The Conduct of the Paxton Men Impartially Represented - Title Page
12016-11-22T16:27:44-08:00Will Fenton82bf9011a953584cd702d069a30cbdb6ef90650a72001(annotation)plain2016-11-22T16:27:44-08:00Will Fenton82bf9011a953584cd702d069a30cbdb6ef90650aTHE CONDUCT OF THE PAXTON-MEN, IMPARTIALLY REPRESENTED: WITH SOME REMARKS ON THE NARRATIVE.
PHILADELPHIA: PRINTED BY ANDREW STEUART. MDCCLXIV
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12016-08-19T12:59:52-07:00Will Fenton82bf9011a953584cd702d069a30cbdb6ef90650aThe Conduct of the Paxton Men Impartially Represented - Title Page1The conduct of the Paxton-men, impartially represented: with some remarks on the Narrative.2016-08-19T12:59:52-07:00Barton, Thomas, 1730-1780.LCP Am 1764 Bar 795.D.2Philadelphia : Printed by Andrew Steuart, MDCCLXIV. A defense of the Paxton boys, in reply to Benjamin Franklin's "A narrative of the late massacres, in Lancaster County, of a number of Indians." Attributed to Thomas Barton by Hildeburn and Evans. Also attributed to the Rev. John Ewing. Cf. Egle, W.H. History of the counties of Dauphin and Lebanon, 1883, p. 68. An added title page identifies John Creaig of Lancaster as bookseller. Signatures: pi [A]? B-D? E1., 34 p. ; 8�.Evans, C. American bibliography, 9594; English short title catalogue (ESTC), W37505; Hildeburn, C.R. Pennsylvania, 195736Title PageWill Fenton82bf9011a953584cd702d069a30cbdb6ef90650a