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Wright, Joseph A.:

INAUGURAL ADDRESS OF HON. JOSEPH A. WRIGHT, GOVERNOR OF INDIANA, ON ASSUMING THE DUTIES OF HIS OFFICE, AT THE COMMENCEMENT OF HIS SECOND TERM. JANUARY 10, 1853.

J. P. Chapman, State Printer, Indianapolis: 1853 7, [1] pp, stitched, light dustsoil. Very Good. Though he ended up as a staunch Union man a few years later, Wright was here a Jeffersonian, later a Buchanan, Democrat, warning of "the extension of the powers of the General Government, at the expense of those of the State governments." Warning of "the absorbing tendencies of the powers of the National Government," he urges his constituents not to neglect "to build up such insitutions at home as are calculated to benefit them in all the relations of life." FIRST EDITION.


Book Id: 11331

Price: $75.00

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