[Washington: Towers, 1859]. 15, [1 blank] pp. Caption title [as issued]. Folded, untrimmed. Toned. A few moth holes affect several letters. Good+.
Fearful for the maintenance of the Union, Forsyth asks, "Are there any means or measures under Heaven, consistent with duty and honor, to prevent the election of a Black Republican?" He urges adherence to the doctrine of Popular Sovereignty-- "the men of our independent and hardy race can, and, of right, ought to govern themselves"-- and election to the Presidency of its chief advocate, Stephen A. Douglas.
Ellison 1124. Owen 926. Not in Sabin. Item #28355