1809.069: To the Enemies of Jefferson and Madison in Norfolk.
Full Title: To the enemies of Jefferson and Madison, in this district. Norfolk, April 22, 1809. Many of you are enemies from design, many of you from ignorance, and many have been made so from misrepresentation:—You all, however, join in one general cry, that these great men have been partial to or leagued with France.—Hear then what Englishmen themselves say, read the following speech of Lord Greenville ...
Place Issued: Norfolk
Issuing Press: Augustus C. Jordan
Description: 1 sheet [1 pg.]; 50 cm. x 20 cm. (broadside, printed in three columns).
Text reprints an account from an unnamed London newspaper of speech of Lord Grenville, the British prime minister, to the House of Lords on February 18, 1809; his speech confirmed the account of negotiations between Great Britain and the United States that was presented to Congress in Jefferson's annual address in November 1808; that statement stated that the widespread reports of American partiality toward France and against Britain were planted in newspapers by the British emissary to foster division within the United States. Sheet lacks colophon; as this title concerns Norfolk, it was likely issued there; and as the view evinced was Republican in nature, it was probably printed by Augustus C. Jordan, the only Republican printer there, so the attribution here.
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