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[Webster, Ezekiel]:

A DEFENCE OF THE NATIONAL ADMINISTRATION, IN AN ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE. BY CATO.

Concord: 1828 18pp, dbd, lightly tanned; else Very Good. Daniel Webster's brother defends the personal integrity and sound policies of President John Quincy Adams, whose administration received from its inception an unremitting barrage of unjust criticism. Webster also provides an unflattering portrayal of Adams's rival for the presidency, Andrew Jackson. FIRST EDITION. Sabin 102322. AI 37113 [7]. Not in Miles.


Book Id: 14588

Price: $125.00

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