To the people of the United States. : At a crisis like the present, any man who stands forward to enlighten the public mind, is sure to excite attention. After years spent in empty threats of war against Great Britain ... the administration have at length filled up the measure of folly by a declaration of war. ...
- Caption title, with first lines of text., Anonymous. By John E. Hall., "If James Madison is re-elected president, then shall we soon be numbered among those victims whom France has doomed to wretchedness, slavery and desolation."--p. ., Signatures: [A]²., Not in Shaw & Shoemaker., Library Company copy inscribed: This pamphlet was prepared by John E. Hall Esq. & published immediately after the murders [i.e. the Baltimore riots of 1812] at the request of the Federal Republicans of Philadelphia to which place he fled for safety. Present[ed] to the Library Company by Harrison Hall anno 1859., NEH-Readex: not in Readex; not at AAS; LCP also holds HSP copy., and AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED PSU USERS.
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