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100 1  Hall, John 
245 10 Philadelphia, May 20th, 1800.|h[electronic resource] :
       |bSir, You are hereby summoned to attend at the 
       Philadelphia gaol, on Thursday next, at five o'clock in 
       the morning, as one of the posse comitatus .. 
260    [Philadelphia :|bs.n.,|c1800] 
300    1 sheet ([1] p.) 
500    Summoning a posse in order to execute the sentence against
       John Fries, Frederick Heany, and John Getman of 
       Quakerstown. The men were convicted of treason for their 
       part in a rebellion against federal taxation and sentenced
       to death, but shortly after the date of this summons, they
       were pardoned by Pres. Adams 
500    Signed: John Hall, marshal 
510 4  Bristol|cB11044 
510 4  Shipton & Mooney|c49078 
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.,|d2002-2004.|eIncludes files 
       in TIFF, GIF and PDF formats with inclusion of keyword 
       searchable text.|f(Early American imprints. First series ;
       no. 49078) 
600 10 Fries, John,|dca. 1750-1818 
600 10 Heany, Frederick,|d1769-1818 
600 10 Getman, John 
650  0 Executions and executioners|zPennsylvania|zPhiladelphia 
650  0 Treason|zPennsylvania 
650  0 Crime|zPennsylvania|zPhiladelphia 
655  7 Broadsides.|2rbgenr 
752    United States|bPennsylvania|dPhiladelphia 
830  0 Early American imprints.|nFirst series ;|vno. 49078 
856 41 |uhttp://opac.newsbank.com/select/evans/49078|yEvans 
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