1816.113: A Wonderful and Horrible Thing is Committed in the Land.
Full Title: A wonderful and horrible thing, is committed in the land. This title-page is taken from the Prophet Jeremiah, 5th chapter, and two last verses ... By Isaac Hillyard [sic].
Author: Hillard, Isaac (1737-1823),
Place Issued: Petersburg
Issuing Press: Marvel W. Dunnavant for William Rose
Description: 64 pgs.; (8vo).
Imprint States: "Petersburg, Va. Re-printed at the Book and Job office of Marvel W. Dunnavant for William Rose, 1816." An indistinct impression of the imprint text on title page of copy recorded by Shaw & Shoemaker (and filmed by Early American Imprints Series) has resulted in the printer being recorded incorrectly as "Marren W. Dunnavant." The identity of Dunnavant's patron here is uncertain. Title is a reprint of an 1814 tract authored by Hillard reveling in the "victory" of the United States in the War of 1812, and denigrating the New England aristocrats who had opposed the war and impeded its conduct.
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