Catalog Record: The enemies of the Constitution discovered; or, An inquiry into the origin and tendency of popular violence. Containing a complete and circumstantial account of the unlawful proceedings at the City of Utica, October 21st, 1835; the dispersion of the State Anti-Slavery Convention by the agitators, the destruction of a democratic press, and of the causes which led thereto; together with a concise treatise on the practice of the court of His Honor Judge Lynch. Accompanied with numerous highly interesting and important documents | HathiTrust Digital Library

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The enemies of the Constitution discovered; or, An inquiry into the origin and tendency of popular violence.
Containing a complete and circumstantial account of the unlawful proceedings at the City of Utica, October 21st, 1835; the dispersion of the State Anti-Slavery Convention by the agitators, the destruction of a democratic press, and of the causes which led thereto; together with a concise treatise on the practice of the court of His Honor Judge Lynch. Accompanied with numerous highly interesting and important documents.
By Defensor [pseud.]

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Main Author: Thomas, William, d. 1836?
Related Names: Defensor.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, Leavitt, Lord, & Co.; 1835.
Subjects: New York State Anti-Slavery Society.
Slavery > Slavery / United States > Slavery / United States / Controversial literature > Slavery / United States / Controversial literature / 1835.
Slavery > Slavery / United States > Slavery / United States / Controversial literature.
Physical Description: xii, [9]-183 p. 18 cm.
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