A short account of the Hartford Convention [electronic resource] : taken from official documents, and addressed to the fair minded and the well disposed : to which is added an attested copy of the secret journal of that body
Attributed to: Theodore Lyman. Cf. Sabin, no. 42802, and in the Dictionary of American Biography. Written as a defense of Harrison Gray Otis' participation in the Hartford convention. In 1823 Otis was the unsuccessful Federalist candidate for governor of Massachusetts. Reproduction of original from Harvard Law School Library. AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED PSU USERS AS PART OF THE MAKING OF MODERN LAW DATABASE.
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