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[Vallandigham, Clement]:

THE PEACE DEMOCRACY ALIAS COPPERHEADS. THEIR RECORD. SPEECHES AND VOTES OF VALLANDIGHAM, AND OTHERS, IN CONGRESS.-- HIS SPEECHES OUT OF CONGRESS.-- THE ENDORSEMENT OF HIS ACTS AND SENTIMENTS BY HIS PARTY.

[np: nd 1863] 16pp, stitched, contemporary plain wrappers [gum label, private bookplate], printed in double columns. Light old institutional rubberstamp. Good+. This attack on Vallandigham was printed by the Union League of America during his run for Governor of Ohio in 1863. Arrested in early 1863 on Lincoln's orders and banished to the Confederacy, he fled to Canada and from there campaigned for election. The pamphlet demonstrates that he favored secession, sought to thwart the Union war effort at every turn, opposed raising volunteers, objected to an oath of allegiance, favored returning fugitive slaves "to disloyal masters." In all respects "He was down on the government. He thought the rebels should invade the North. He was against enlistments." Sabin 59405. 608 NUC [0026271] [0 locs.]. Not in LCP, Bartlett, Nevins.


Book Id: 13045

Price: $250.00

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