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May, Henry:

SPEECHES OF THE HON. HENRY MAY, OF MARYLAND, DELIVERED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, AT THE THIRD SESSION OF THE THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. COPIED FROM THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE.

Printed by Kelly, Hedian & Piet, Baltimore: 1863 45pp, stitched, original printed wrappers [soiled, chipped]. Good+. A Maryland Copperhead, May eloquently denounces Lincoln and his administration: "The source of our political system, a free ballot-box, has been crushed by the heel of the soldier, and our freedom of speech, our liberty of the press, our private property, our personal liberty, our personal security, all these fundamental rights of man are overthrown." He opposes arming Negroes, and favors a speedy peace. FIRST EDITION. LCP 6573. Sabin 47067. Not in Monaghan, Nevins.


Book Id: 11500

Price: $125.00

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