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Broadside printed in paragraphs, in black on beige paper, with crest at top, signed Geo : Pownall. Double sided in English and French
Proclamation combatting French Revolutionary propaganda being spread by U.S. agents in Canada. Copies in English and French were printed and affixed to church doors and other prominent locations in Montréal, Québec, Three Rivers and parishes in the Province
Source: Canada. Governor-in-Chief (1786-1796 : Carleton). By His Excellency the Right Honorable Guy Lord Dorchester, captain general and commander in chief of the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada ..., a proclamation
: whereas divers evil disposed persons, have lately manifested seditious and wicked attempts to alienate the affections of His Majesty's loyal subjects, by false representations of the cause and conduct of the persons at present exe -- [Quebec : J. Neilson, 1793] -- 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 38 x 51 cm. -- Entire work
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