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South Carolina:

MESSAGE OF GOVERNOR MCDUFFIE, TO THE LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, NOVEMBER 29, 1836.

[Columbia: 1836] Caption title [as issued], disbound. 16pp, some dustsoil, blank top margin of first leaf torn. Good to Good+. McDuffie's valedictory Address as Governor. He was a leader of South Carolina's great Nullification struggle with Andrew Jackson; here, several years later, he denounces the "large surplus of revenue accumulated in the federal treasury, which has been unconstitutionally levied upon the productions of our own industry by a system of oppressive taxation enacted in opposition to our solemn protestations, and attempted to be enforced by the military power of the United States." FIRST EDITION. II Turnbull 369. Not in AI.


Book Id: 17252

Price: $150.00

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