To the citizens of Baltimore-Town. [electronic resource] : After a public enquiry, by witnesses on oath which fully satisfied my judgment that certain persons, in this town, had been guilty of acts of violence that amounted to a riot, I issued a warrant to arrest the persons, and to bring them before me, to be dealt with as the law directs ...

Chase, Samuel, 1741-1811 [Browse]
[Baltimore : Printed by James Angell & Paul J. Sullivan, 1794]
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Early American imprints. First series ; no. 26762. [More in this series]
  • Concerning threats made against Samuel Chase for his arresting Capt. David Stodder.
  • Signed: Samuel Chase. Sunday evening, 7'o'clock, May 4th, 1794.
  • A response by Stodder appears on p. 3 of the May 7, 1794, issue of the Baltimore daily intelligencer. For an account of the riots in Baltimore see Steffen, C. The mechanics of Baltimore, 1984, p. 148-152.
  • Imprint supplied by Minick.
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  • Evans 26762
  • Minick, A.R. Maryland, 159
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