Catalog Record: Letters to Alexander Hamilton, king of the Feds. Ci-devant secretary of the Treasury of the United States of America, inspector-general of the standing armies thereof, counsellor at law. &c. &c &c. Being intended as a reply to a scandalous pamphlet lately published under the sanction, as it is presumed, of Mr. Hamilton, and signed with the signature of Junius Philænus | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Letters to Alexander Hamilton, king of the Feds. Ci-devant secretary of the Treasury of the United States of America, inspector-general of the standing armies thereof, counsellor at law. &c. &c &c. Being intended as a reply to a scandalous pamphlet lately published under the sanction, as it is presumed, of Mr. Hamilton, and signed with the signature of Junius Philænus. by Tom Callender, Esq. ...

Main Author: Callender, James Thompson, d. 1803, [from old catalog]
Language(s): English
Published: New-York, Printed by R. Reynolds, 1802.
Subjects: Philaenus, Junius, > pseud. > Letter to Thomas Jefferson. [from old catalog]
Hamilton, Alexander, > 1757-1804. [from old catalog]
United States > Politics and government > 1789-1809.
Physical Description: 64 p. 23 cm.
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