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Letters to Alexander Hamilton, King of the Feds.

Main Author: Callender, James Thomson, 1758-1803.
Language(s): English
Published: New York : Printed for the Hamilton Club, 1866.
Subjects: Hamilton, Alexander, > 1757-1804
Philaenus, Junius. > Letter to Thomas Jefferson.
Hamilton, Alexander, > 1757-1804.
Political science
United States
United States > Politics and government > 1789-1809.
Note: Includes reprint of t.p. of original edition, published, New York, 1802, under title: Letters to Alexander Hamilton ... 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 ...
"Edition, 40 copies 8vo., 20 copies 4to"--T.p. verso.
Physical Description: 89 p. ; 25 cm.
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