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Taylor, E.S.:

CAMPAIGN OF 1868, SPEECH OF HON. E.S. TAYLOR, AT A REPUBLICAN MEETING IN FREEPORT, ILL., OCTOBER 14, 1868.

[np Galena? Freeport?: nd 1868] Caption title [as issued], disbound without wrappers. 16pp. Text clean but tanned. Good+. Taylor makes the case for Grant's election: otherwise, "We are denied by the democratic party the fruits of the victory which, under our great leader, was achieved." He emphasizes that the Republican Party's opponents, "a motley crowd," have in common their support of the seceders' treasonous conduct. "Contrast the democracy of Jackson, as expounded and illustrated in the life and public service of that great champion, with the miserable miasm with which James Buchanan diseased the nation." FIRST EDITION. Not in Sabin, Eberstadt, Decker, NUC, LCP.


Book Id: 18122

Price: $125.00

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