Considerations on the Society or Order of Cincinnati
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Considerations on the Society or Order of Cincinnati lately instituted by the major-generals, brigadier-generals, and other officers of the American army. Proving that it creates a race of hereditary patricians, or nobility. Interspersed with remarks on its consequences to the freedom and happiness of the republic. Addressed to the people of South-Carolina, and their representatives. By Cassius. Supposed to be written by Aedanus Burke, Esquire, one of the chief justices of the state of South-Carolina. [One line of Scripture text]. by Aedanus Burke

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Published by Printed and sold by Robert Bell, in Third-Street. Price, one-sixth of a dollar in Philadelphia .
Written in English


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FormatMicroform
Pagination16p.
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20796246M

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Burke, Aedanus. Considerations on the Society or Order of Cincinnati. Philadelphia: Robert Bell, RARE SECOND EDITION OF AEDANUS BURKE’S CONSIDERATIONS ON THE SOCIETY OR ORDER OF CINCINNATI. In addition, there were fears that the society would have influence over its first president general, George Rating: % positive. Title: Considerations on the Society or Order of Cincinnati: lately instituted by the major-generals, brigadier-generals, and other officers of the American army: proving that it creates a race of hereditary patricians or nobility: interspersed with remarks on its consequences to the freedom and happiness of the : Aedanus BurkePublisher: Gale, Sabin Author: Aedanus Burke. A title later listed on Randolph's estate inventory as "'Consideration for the order of Cincinnati' ($ value)" may be the same book. We do not have enough information to conclusively prove that Wythe owned Considerations on the Order of Cincinnatus. Nor can we identify which edition Wythe owned, or whether he owned the French original Author: Comte Gabriel-Honoré de Riquetti de Mirabeau.   Considerations on the Society or Order of Cincinnati; Lately Instituted by the Major Generals, Brigadier-generals, and Officers of the American Army. a Race of Hereditary Patricians, or Nobility [Burke, Aedanus] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Considerations on the Society or Order of Cincinnati; Lately Instituted by the Major Generals, Brigadier-generalsAuthor: Aedanus Burke.

Considerations on the Society or Order of Cincinnati; Lately Instituted by the Major Generals, Brigadier-generals, and Officers of the American Army. a Race of Hereditary Patricians, or Nobility (Book). In a pamphlet titled Considerations on the Society or Order of Cincinnati, published in Charleston in late and soon republished all over the country, Burke charged that the Cincinnati would form an American aristocracy, dominating the government and extinguishing the liberties of the people. Dozens of other critics soon joined Burke, and. Considerations on the Society or Order of Cincinnati, lately instituted by the major-generals, brigadiers, and other officers of the American army: proving that it creates a race of hereditary patricians, or nobility: interspersed with remarks on its consequences to the freedom and happiness of the republick: addressed to the people of South-Carolina, and their representatives. As physical objects, the orderly books vary in size, format, and materials. While most are pocket-sized volumes bound in boards with simple leather spines, there are some notable exceptions among the Society's collection, such as the folio-sized orderly book of Col. John Philip De Hass's First Pennsylvania Battalion, November April , bound in a once-fine suede.

Observations on a late pamphlet, entituled, "Considerations upon the Society or order of the Cincinnati": clearly evincing the innocence and propriety of that honourable and respectable institution: in answer to vague conjectures, false insinuations, and ill-founded objections. Observations on a late pamphlet entitled "Considerations on the Society or Order of the Cincinnati,": clearly evincing the innocence and propriety of that honourable and respectable institution. In answer to vague conjectures, false insinuations, and ill-founded objections.   Cincinnati Society Blue Book and family directory by Thomson, Peter G., Cincinnati, Publisher. Publication date Topics genealogy Publisher [Cincinnati]: P.G. Thomson Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center ContributorPages:   Author of Considerations on the Society or Order of Cincinnati, An address to the freemen of the state of South-Carolina, Considerations on the Society or Order of Cincinnati; lately instituted by the major-generals, brigadier-generals, and other officers of the American army.