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Branscombe, C.H.:

LETTER TO MR. SAMUEL BOWLES, EDITOR OF THE 'SPRINGFIELD REPUBLICAN,' ON THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF 1872.

[Manchester, England?: 1872] 24pp, original printed self-wrappers, stitched, lightly worn, light numerical rubberstamp. About Very Good. Branscombe supports Grant for re-election to another presidential term, opposing Greeley and the Liberal Republicans' third party. He suggests that the "defection" of Greeley is "treason" for its effort to destroy the Republican Party; and demolishes the argument that the election of Greeley will end corruption: "Why is it that Tammany gives such earnest and hearty support to Mr. Greeley?" FIRST EDITION. 72 NUC 0749779 [2].


Book Id: 10300

Price: $125.00

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