To the freemen of Rhode-Island! [electronic resource] : The following correspondence will show in part, the character and conduct of Dutee J. Pearce, who again puts himself before the public, claiming their support for himself against the Hon. Nathan F. Dixon, who is known to be a gentleman of truth, integrity, and honor. The letters from Mr. Pearce constitute the only answer he has seen fit to give in relation to the charges made against him by the late postmaster at Newport, although he has written columns upon other subjects, and taken great pains to spread his handbills in all parts of the state. This correspondence will also show that Dutee J. Pearce stands convicted of treachery, calumny, and lying. ...
- Correspondence of Robert Bennie Cranston, Dutee J. Pearce, E.J. Mallett, and Amos Kendall dated between Oct. 21, and Oct. 28, 1833.
The American Antiquarian Society copy was removed from the Newport Mercury, which in 1833 was published by Wm. & J.H. Barber.
Text in five columns; printed area measures 47.1 x 29.1 cm.
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