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A portrait of the evils of democracy, submitted to the consideration of the people of Maryland.

A portrait of the evils of democracy, submitted to the consideration of the people of Maryland.

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Extract from a long talk delivered before the Tammany Society ... at the celebration of their anniversary, May 13, 1816, by Dr. Michael Leib: p. 1-27 at end.
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