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[Powel, John Hare]:

REPLY TO COL. PICKERING'S ATTACK UPON A PENNSYLVANIA FARMER.

Printed Clark & Raser, Philadelphia: 1825 24pp, stitched, untrimmed. Title page soiled and chipped at blank edges, Good+. "I am dragged from my peaceful pursuits as a farmer, by a man, whom I have neither had opportunity nor desire to offend. I am coerced to reply." Powel denounces Massachusetts Senator Pickering, "the vehemence of his invective, and the restlessness of his quill," for accusing him of "garbling" and seeking personal gain from his position as editor of the American Farmer. FIRST EDITION. Sabin 64747. AI 21959 [13]. Not in Rink, Decker, Eberstadt.


Book Id: 11936

Price: $75.00

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