34th Cong., 1st Sess. HED48. 1856. 10pp, disbound. Caption title [as issued]. A few small closed tears [no loss], else Very Good.
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1856. 58pp, disbound. Persistent tiding. Good+.
33d Cong., 2d Sess. HED36. 1856. 7, [1 blank] pp, disbound. Minor foxing. Very Good.
[Washington: 1853]. 19pp, untrimmed, uncut, stitched. Light dustsoil. Very Good.
[Washington: Buell & Blanchard, 1852]. 8pp, caption title (as issued). Disbound with light to moderate foxing. Good+. All the copies that Miles examined were, like this copy, disbound. The pamphlet exposes Pierce's consistent alliance, during his entire political career, with the pro-slavery South. Pierce supported the infamous Gag Rule.....
[np: National Democratic Executive Committee, 1852]. 36pp, caption title [as issued]. Disbound, lightly tanned, else Very Good. Contemporary inscription, "From George H. Busby." Busby was a Democratic Congressman from Ohio when this campaign pamphlet was published. By 1852 the Democratic Party faced mounting difficulty in fielding Presidential candidates acceptable.....