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100 1  Bristol, William,|d1779-1836 
245 13 An address, intended to have been delivered (in substance)
       at the late town meeting, in New-Haven;|h[electronic 
       resource] :|bin reply to the reasons urged for requesting 
       His Excellency the governor to convene the General Assemby,
       to take into consideration the alarming situation of 
       public affairs; but prevented from being delivered by 
       causes herein explained. ; Together with a short account 
       of that extraordinary meeting. /|cBy William Bristoll 
       [i.e., Bristol], Esq 
260    New-Haven: :|bPrinted by Oliver Steele and Co.,|c1809 
300    19, [1] p. ;|c23 cm 
500    Last page blank 
504    Includes bibliographical references 
510 4  Shaw & Shoemaker|c17086 
530    Microform version available in the Readex Early American 
       Imprints series 
533    Electronic text and image data.|b[Chester, Vt. :|cReadex, 
       a division of Newsbank, Inc.,|d2004-2007]|eIncludes files 
       in TIFF, GIF and PDF formats with inclusion of keyword 
       searchable text.|f(Early American imprints. Second series 
       ; no. 17086) 
650  0 Embargo, 1807-1809 
651  0 United States|xPolitics and government|y1801-1809 
651  0 Connecticut|xPolitics and government|y1775-1865 
710 1  Connecticut.|bGeneral Assembly 
752    United States|bConnecticut|dNew Haven 
830  0 Early American imprints.|nSecond series ;|vno. 17086 
856 41 |uhttp://opac.newsbank.com/select/shaw/17086|yShaw-
       Shoemaker Digital Edition