A letter to George Washington, president of the United States containing strictures on his address of the seventeenth of September, 1796, notifying his relinquishment of the presidential office. By Jasper Dwight, of Vermont

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Duane, William
Other Authors: Bache, Benjamin Franklin (Printer), Treziulney
Format: eBook
Published: Printed at Philadelphia [by Benjamin Franklin Bache] for the author, and sold by the booksellers] 1796, Dec. 1796
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, W4042. - Evans, 31315. - Generally attributed to William Duane. Attributed by Evans to ---- Treziulney, on the basis of the following from the autobiography of Mathew Carey: "A Pole, by the name of Treziulney, who acted as book-keeper for Mr. Duane, wrote a pamphlet, the object of which was to prove the utter incapacity of General Washington, as displayed during the revolution." The present work, though harshly critical of Washington, does not discuss his competence during the Revolution. - Printer's name supplied by Evans. - Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (48 p) 8°