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Taylor, E.S.:

"LET US HAVE PEACE. " ADDRESS OF HON. E.S. TAYLOR, AT GALENA, ILL., OCT. 27, 1868.

[Galena?: 1868] Caption title [as issued], disbound without wrappers. 23, [1 blank] pp. Text clean. Good+. A rare Illinois speech favoring the election of General Grant and the Republicans. "On the other hand the so-called democratic party is composed of one-third copperhead and two-thirds rebel...With what unblushing effrontery do these southern rebels and their satellites at the north demand immediate restoration to the Union." Taylor supports Congressional reconstruction and Negro enfranchisement, and denounces the "motley crowd" of Democrats who oppose everything the Union fought for. FIRST EDITION. Not in Sabin, Eberstadt, Decker, NUC, LCP. OCLC locates a single copy, at the Lincoln Presidential Library.


Book Id: 18067

Price: $125.00

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