1799.043: Short History of late Ecclesiastical Oppressions in New England.
Full Title: A short history of late ecclesiastical oppressions in New-England and Vermont, by a citizen. In which is exhibited a statement of the violation of religious liberties, which are ratified by the Constitution of the United States.
Author: Ogden, John Cosens, 1751-1800
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: James Lyon
Description: 20 pgs.; 21 cm. (8vo).
Imprint lacks authorial credit; Evans attributed this title to John Cosens Ogden, based on the events described herein; text is essentially a discussion of ties between Federalist politicians in Vermont and Yale-educated Congregational clergy in New England that led to an assault on followers of non-conformist religions under cover of Federalist political authority. Imprint states: "Printed by James Lyon, at the office of the National magazine." That office was conducted by Meriwether Jones, who employed Lyons as both a journeyman and editor; Lyon's relocation to Richmond was a result of an impending libel prosecution in Vermont at the hands of the Federalist officials mentioned in this text.
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