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The pretensions of Thomas Jefferson to the Presidency examined; and the charges against John Adams refuted. Addressed to the citizens of America in general; and particularly to the electors of the President. [Part I].

Main Author: Smith, William Loughton, 1758-1812.
Language(s): English
Published: United States [Philadelphia?] : s.n. ; 1796.
Subjects: Adams, John, > 1735-1826.
Jefferson, Thomas, > 1743-1826.
Note: Originally published under the pseudonym Phocion in the Gazette of the United States, Philadelphia, during October and November, 1796.
By W.L. Smith, assisted by Oliver Wolcott. cf. New-York Hist. Soc. Cat. of printed books in the lib., 1859, p. 551.
Evans #31212.
Physical Description: 64 p. ; 21 cm.
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