Catalog Record: Speech of Solomon Southwick, at the opening of the New-York Anti-masonic State Convention, at the capitol, in Albany, February 19th, 1829. Containing, 1. A concise statement of every important fact, relating to the Masonic outrages on William Morgan and David C. Miller. 2. A concise statement of every important fact, amounting to a presumptive proof of the murder of William Morgan at or near Fort Niagara | HathiTrust Digital Library

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Speech of Solomon Southwick, at the opening of the New-York Anti-masonic State Convention,
at the capitol, in Albany, February 19th, 1829. Containing, 1. A concise statement of every important fact, relating to the Masonic outrages on William Morgan and David C. Miller. 2. A concise statement of every important fact, amounting to a presumptive proof of the murder of William Morgan at or near Fort Niagara.
To which is added, The Declaration of Independence, agreed upon and published by the Convention of Seceding Masons, at Le Roy, on the 4th of July, 1828, with the names of the signers.

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Main Author: Southwick, Solomon, 1773-1839.
Language(s): English
Published: Albany [N.Y.] : Printed by B.D. Packard & Co., 1829.
Subjects: Miller, David Cade.
Morgan, William, > Morgan, William, / 1774-ca. 1826.
Freemasons.
Antimasonic Party.
Note: At head of title: Supplement to the National Observer, March 4, 1829.
Physical Description: [3], 4-16 p. 23 cm.
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