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Union, A Friend of the:

NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY AND STATES'-RIGHTS COMPARED; WITH THE FATAL CONSEQUENCES OF BEING DISREGARDED.

[Washington: Sept 1861] 1pp + 3 blanks. Folded folio sheet. Light old blindstamp and circular margin spot. Very Good to Near Fine. The seceding States have acted "in contravention of all [the] Delegated Powers of National Sovereignty, and in total disregard of the explicit negations of the same to the States." Nevertheless, the author, anonymous 'Friend of the Union', urges the President to proclaim "an Amnesty to all the People and Citizens within the limits of said Rebel States, or elsewhere, conditioned that they will afford evidence by their conduct hereafter, of having abjured" their misguided secessionist impulses. Not in Sabin, Bartlett, LCP, Eberstadt, Decker. Not located on OCLC [as of February 2017].


Book Id: 12611

Price: $750.00

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