"The Opinion of Judge Woodward Respecting The Restoration Of Slaves Deserting From The Canadas Into The Territory Of Michigan, Rendered The 23rd Of October, 1807" a two column article in The General Advertiser, Philadelphia, January 19, 1808 No. 5308

Philadelphia, 1808. Paperback. Good. Item #21-2596

20 x 13", wraps, unpaginated (4)pp. Fair, lacks pieces of outer margins, splitting along spine, chipping, folded in 4. Condition doesn't affect the above article or the following: Ads: "Forty Dollars Reward. Ran away...a negro man...commonly called DICK...25 years old...pleasant countenance, except when intoxicated. He is fond of spirituous liquors...Also, went with him a negro woman named AMY, who ran away three years ago, and was absent 15 months. I caught her..." and "Two Hundred Dollars Reward. Eloped...a bright mulatto man named DICK....He is so light coloured and can acquit himself so well in conversation, that it is highly probable he may attempt to pass as a free man..." and three articles (from late 1807) about the British government in Canada using Indians to antagonize the Americans and that The Prophet, brother of Tecumseh "is exercising his arts to induce a war against the United States." Great content.

Price: $95.00

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