1815 · Albany
Fearful of "the spirit of party," which "for twenty-five years has raged in this country," the author battles these "seeds of dissolution of our republic." The problem is "this hopeless and ruinous war," which has brought with it a "formidable array of evils." The cause of the current distress is the Virginia Dynasty, which has captured the presidency and "persists in proscribing and denouncing" Federalists, although they are "your fellow freemen." He seeks to convince biased Jeffersonian Republicans that the Federalists are solid citizens.
AI 34476 . (Inventory #: 24323)