1800.037: Circular Letter to Federalist County Committees.
Full Title: Richmond, September 22, 1800. Sir, Whether we shall succeed ... in the ensuing election, will depend almost entirely upon the zeal of the county committees ... William Austin, secretary. By order of the committee entrusted with the ticket of the minority.
Author: Federal Party of Virginia. General Committee.
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: Augustine Davis
Description: 1 sheet [1 pg.]; 24 cm. x 19 cm. (broadside).
Herein, the committee exhorts the county committees to assure the maximum turnout of voters favorable to Adams & Pinckney in the forthcoming election as the only way to prevent a Republican victory. Sheet lacks printer credit; while clearly issued in Richmond, the press producing this circular is unnamed; however, by late September 1800, the only Federalist printer operating in the state capital was that of Augustine Davis, so the attribution here.
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