Foreign Conspiracy Against the Liberties of the United States – By Samuel F. B. Morse
Most people still remember Samuel Morse (April 27, 1791 – April 2, 1872) as the inventor of the telegraph — the first long distance electronic means of communication. But how many people have known of his research of a conspiracy by the Roman Catholic Church to usurp the liberties Americans enjoy because of the American Constitution? You may call this conspiracy theory if you want, but know that Samuel Morse convinced Abraham Lincoln of it!
As in my previous post, Washington in the Lap of Rome by Justin D. Fulton, I hope to make Samuel Morse’s research more well known by republishing it in HTML text format. I copied the chapters from Samuel Morse A FOREIGN CONSPIRACY
The full title of this book is:
FOREIGN CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE LIBERTIES OF THE UNITED STATES: THE NUMBERS OF BRUTUS, ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE NEW-YORK OBSERVER. 1835
I have no idea what “Numbers of Brutus” means. Can anybody help me?
Next Chapter: PREFATORY REMARKS.
You can download the PDF file, from where I got the text.
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Sounds like in his zeal to unify the states against the Roman Menace, Lincoln inadvertently became as despotic and evil as his supposed enemies.