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[Fulton, John?]:

THE 'SOUTHERN RIGHTS' AND 'UNION' PARTIES IN MARYLAND CONTRASTED.

Baltimore: 1863 30pp, disbound, old institutional rubberstamp. Very Good. This is a detailed and valuable history of the responses in Maryland to the election of 1860, the impending separation of the country, the activities and imprisonment of Baltimore's leaders at the opening of the War, the convening of the Maryland Legislature at Frederick, and diverging opinions of Marylanders during the early months of war. "The record of Mr. Lincoln's Administration will not soon be forgotten. The measures to which he had recourse in Maryland to crush out all opposition to his will, and the people who sustained such a despotism here, will be long remembered." FIRST EDITION. Sabin 36319, 88479. Not in Monaghan, LCP, Nevins, or Eberstadt.


Book Id: 10227

Price: $150.00

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