An Address to the Freemen of the State of South-Carolina

An Address to the Freemen of the State of South-Carolina

Containing Political Observations on the Following Subjects, Viz. I. On the Citizens Making A Temporary Submission to the British Arms, After the Reduction of Charlestown in 1780. II. On Governor Rutledge's Proclamation of the 27th of September, 1781. III. On the Mode of Conducting the Election, for the Assembly at Jacksonborough. IV. On the Exclusion Act, Which Cuts Off the Citizens From the Rights of Election. V. On the Confiscation Act. VI. On the Amercement Act. VII. The Conclusion, With Remarks to Prove the Necessity of An Amnesty, or Act of Oblivion. By Cassius. Supposed to Be Written by Aedanus Burke, Esquire, One of the Chief Justices of the State of South-Carolina. [Four Lines of Verse]

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Publisher: Philadelphia : Printed and sold by Robert Bell, in Third-Street. Price one third of a dollar, --MDCCLXXXIII. [1783]
Characteristics: 32 p. ; 8⁰


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