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Seward, William:

ISSUES OF THE CONFLICT- TERMS OF PEACE. SPEECH...ON THE OCCASION OF THE FALL OF ATLANTA, AT AUBURN, SATURDAY SEPT 3, 1864.

[Washington: 1864] 8pp, one uncut folded leaf, caption title [as issued] Very Good Seward celebrates the fall of Atlanta in this impromptu speech, published in a variety of locales and delivered to a joyous crowd who had "marched, with banners flying," to his residence in Auburn He justifies the policies of the Administration and urges the re-election of Lincoln II DeRenne 671 [another printing] Not in Monaghan, LCP, Sabin 540 NUC 0442853 [7]


Book Id: 11250

Price: $100.00

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