The Legion of liberty! and force of truth,
containing the thoughts, words, and deeds of some prominent apostles, champions and martyrs.
|Related Names:||Lundy, Benjamin 1789-1839., Ames, Julius Rubens 1801-1850.|
New York, Sold at the office of the American A. S. Society, 1847.
Slavery / United States /
Texas > Texas / Annexation to the United States.
An edition was published at Albany, 1845, under title: The anti-Texass [!] legion. An edition under this title, 1844, is ascribed to Benjamin Lundy. cf. Cushing, Anonyms, 1889, p. 37.
Pages [153-226] have special t.-p.: The Legion of liberty. Remonstrance of some free men, states, and presses, to the Texas rebellion, against the laws of nature and of nations ... "
"This Legion of liberty is a continuation of the pamphlets 'Liberty,' published within the last five years." - Advertisement, p. [6-9] signed: J. R. A. [i. e. Julius Rubens Ames?]
front. (fold. map), illus.
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