PROOFS OF THE CORRUPTION OF GEN. JAMES WILKINSON, AND OF HIS CONNEXION WITH AARON BURR, WITH A FULL REFUTATION OF HIS SLANDOROUS ALLEGATIONS IN RELATION TO...
Item #: 60504
Pages: 199 pp.
Published: Massachusetts; Wm. Hall, Jun. & Geo. W. Pierie; 1809. Reprinted in 2006.
Subjects: MILITARY LAW
The author offers his testimony claiming the corruption of ageneral who served under Presidents Washington, Adams andJefferson. "Advertisement" on pg.2. Text on p.3 - 150contains an extended essay purporting that Wilkinson was a'pensioner of the Spanish government.' The author alsoasserts that Wilkinson intended to commit treason bysever(ing) the union,' and 'knew, favored and advised theenterprises of Colonel Burr.' Second series of pagescontains related documents. Postscript (pp. 185-187)datedMay 1, 1809, states that some related documents werereceived late and goes on to describe briefly the sourcesand content of each. Errata listed at bottom of p. 199."-Morris Cohen, A Bibliography of Early American Law.
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