The Eyes Opened, Or The Carolinians Convinced, By An Honourable And Eloquent Representative In The Congress Of The United States, In The Following Wel by William SmithThe Eyes Opened, Or The Carolinians Convinced, By An Honourable And Eloquent Representative In The Congress Of The United States, In The Following Wel by William Smith

The Eyes Opened, Or The Carolinians Convinced, By An Honourable And Eloquent Representative In The…

byWilliam Smith

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Attributed to William Smith by Evans. "The ratification of the treaty took place on August 15, 1795, after the title page and first sheets had been printed, and it was decided to add a new title and a postscript both calling attention to the event."--Sabin. Original title page reads: A candid examination of the objections to the Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation, between the United States and Great-Britain, as stated in the report of the committee appointed by the citizens of the United States, in Charleston, South-Carolina. By a citizen of South-Carolina. .. Charleston: printed. New-York : Re-printed for James Rivington .. 1795.

New-York : Printed for, and sold by J. Rivington, no 156 Pearl-Street, --1795-- [2],43,[3],5,[3]p. ; 8°
Title:The Eyes Opened, Or The Carolinians Convinced, By An Honourable And Eloquent Representative In The…Format:PaperbackDimensions:50 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.1 inPublished:August 6, 2010Publisher:Gale ECCO, Print EditionsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1171432518

ISBN - 13:9781171432517

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