1798.029: An Address Respecting the Alien and Sedition Laws.
Full Title: An address to the people of Virginia, respecting the Alien & Sedition laws. By a citizen of this state.
Author: Evans, Thomas (d. 1815).
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: Augustine Davis
Description: G4 pgs.; 17 cm. (8vo).
Signed in print at end: A fellow-citizen of Virginia, December 1798. A reply to the Remonstrance of Albemarle Citizens against Alien & Sedition Acts (1798.025). which was addressed to those in the U.S. House of representatives; Charles Evans attributed this to Thomas Evans, then the Federalist Congressman from the eastern Virginia counties of Accomack, Northampton, Elizabeth City, Warwick and York, who had defeated Jefferson's friend John Page for that seat in 1797.
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