Miscellaneous essays :
containing, among a variety of other articles, History of the Yellow Fever, which prevailed in Philadelphia in the year 1793; containing a full account of its rise, progress, and termination, with various anecdotes, illustrative of the state of society. Review of the Evidence of the pretended General Conspiracy of the Roman Catholics of Ireland, to massacre all the Protestants who would not join with them, on the 23d of October, 1641. Reflections on the subject of Emigration from Europe, with a view to a Settlement in the United States, containing a Brief Sketch of the moral and political State of this Country. Essays on the Public Charities of Philadelphia, intended to vindicate the Benevolent Societies of this City from the Charge of Encouraging Idleness. A Brief View of the Policy of the Founders of the Colonies of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, West Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and Carolina, as regards Liberty of Conscience. Critical Remarks on the Tragedy of Hamlet. Vindication of Sterne from the Charge of Plagarism, &c. &c. /
by M. Carey.
|Main Author:||Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.|
Philadelphia : Carey & Hart, 1830.
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