|Author||Wright, John C. (John Crafts), 1783-1861. |
|Title||To the public : I have just observed in the U.S. Telegraph of the 24th of May, a letter signed "Edward King," and dated the 17th May, at Chillicothe. Col. King offers his letter as an "act of self defence [i.e. defense]," and a reply to my letter to Gen. Duff Green, of the 17th April. / J.C. Wright, Steubenville, 1st June, 1827. |
|Published||[Steubenville, Ohio] : [publisher not identified],  |
|Description||1 sheet ( page) ; 27 x 20 cm |
|General Note||Text in two columns. |
"Steubenville, 1st June 1827."
A public response to "an abusive and unprincipled attack" on US Congressman John C. Wright's character, which attempts to highlight and correct charges from the Cincinnati Advertiser and the Cincinnati National Republican relating to a personal exchange of letters between politicians Wright, Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives Edward King, and Member of the Ohio House of Representatives James Martin Bell, regarding King's election to Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives.
|Subjects||Bell, James Martin, 1796-1849. |
Cincinnati (Ohio) -- Newspapers.
Green, Duff, 1791-1875.
King, Edward, 1795-1836.
Ohio -- Politics and government -- 1815-1861.
Politics and government
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| ||WRHS Research Library: O 447|
CA-1601940 c.1: Broadsides [status: NON-CIRCULATING]