3 edition of Remarks on the Jacobiniad found in the catalog.
Remarks on the Jacobiniad
John Sylvester John Gardiner
|Statement||revised and corrected by the author. ; Part second. ; [Eight lines of verse]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 33779|
|Contributions||Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826, dedicatee|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, , 10-56 p.|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Satirizing liberal clubs in Boston under the guise of a literary review of a pretended poem, "The Jacobiniad." Attributed to John Sylvester John Gardiner in the Dictionary of American biography. "Dedication. To the Honorable Thomas J--f--n."--p. [v]-xi. "The Dedication was sent by an unknown hand, and has never before been published."--p.
[iii]. "A poetical dedication of the first part of the Remarks on the Jacobiniad, addressed to the Constitutional Society, (alias Jacobin Club) at Boston. By a friend of the poet."--Page  "The following lines were the volunteer production of another hand Exhortation: inscribed to whom it may concern!"--Page , in verse.
Description. |a Remarks on the Jacobiniad: |h [electronic resource] / |c revised and corrected by the author; ; and embellished with carricatures [sic].
; Part first. ; Part first. [Eight lines of verse]. Satirizing liberal clubs in Boston under the guise of a literary review of a pretended poem, "The Jacobiniad." Attributed to John Sylvester John Gardiner in the Dictionary of American biography.
"Dedication. To the Honorable Thomas J--f--n."--Page [v]-xi. "The Dedication was sent by an unknown hand, and has never before been published."--Page [iii]. “When denunciations of this kind are presented to the World, supported by the influence, of Character and great Names—they too frequently obtain a currency which they are by no means entitled to either on the Score of Justice propriety or common sense.”4 the whole address is a most impudent attack upon the President and Senate, and the House of Representitives, full of falshood and Misrepresentation, Signd by that Ignorant Blundering thick sculled.
Remarks on the Jacobiniad: revised and corrected by the author; and embellished with carricatures [sic]. ([Boston]: Printed at Boston, by E. Weld and W. Greenough: sold at their printing-office, and by the booksellers, ), by John Sylvester John Gardiner, W.
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Two CARICATURES TAKEN FROM THE "REMARKS ON THE JACOBINIAD" (BY J. S. J. GARDINER), BOSTON, The first one shows the spirit of radicalism as it was seen by the Boston Federalists at the time of the Jay Treaty.
The second one is a portrait of a Member of the Democratic Society of Boston (called "The Constitutional Society of Boston").Jacobin Club, the most famous political group of the French Revolution, which became identified with extreme egalitarianism and violence from mid to mid It was largely associated with Robespierre, who dominated the Revolutionary government through his position on the Committee of Public Safety.
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