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Kendall, [Amos]:

MR. KENDALL'S ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES.

[Washington?: 1840] Caption title [as issued]. 7, [1 blank] pp [page 7 being a Prospectus for the Extra Globe newspaper]. Untrimmed, widely margined, clean text. Disbound, else Very Good. A scarce 1840 presidential pamphlet. The Democrat Kendall, Postmaster General under Jackson and Van Buren and a member of the 'Kitchen Cabinet,' also edited the Extra Globe. Here he attacks the Whigs and their candidate Harrison for "abandoning all argument, and throwing principle out of the contest." Unlike Jackson, Harrison is "a sham hero." Sabin 37348. AI 40-3697 [5]. Not in Wise & Cronin or Eberstadt.


Book Id: 14276

Price: $250.00

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