William Judd's address to the people of the state of Connecticut, on the subject of the removal of himself and four other justices from office, by the General Assembly of said state, at their late October session, for declaring and publishing their opinion that the people of this state are at present without a constitution of civil government. William Judd.

William Judd's address to the people of the state of Connecticut, on the subject of the removal of himself and four other justices from office, by the General Assembly of said state, at their late October session, for declaring and publishing their opinion that the people of this state are at present without a constitution of civil government

[New Haven]: printed for the General Committee of Republicans. From Sidney's Press, 1804. First edition, 8vo, pp. 23, [1]; removed from binding, wrappers perished; occasional light dampstain, very good. Judd's argument rested on a distinction between the government and the constitution, but as a Republican in Federalist Connecticut he suffered the political consequences and was removed from office. The verso of the last leaf contains an obituary for Judd who died on Nov. 13, 1804. Also attributed to Abraham Bishop. American Imprints 6576; Sabin 36846: "A Jeffersonian campaign document." Item #54663

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