Baltimore: Printed by John Murphy & Co., 1860. 16pp, untrimmed, stitched [loosened], scattered foxing, some wear. About Good+.
As the sectional crisis heated up, Murphy's Baltimore press began a little cottage industry in pro-slavery pamphlet material, printing speeches of Clingman, Jefferson Davis, and other Southern politicians. "We shall have to fight them; we had better make up our minds to go into the contest, and meet them on the great issue they tender us." Sabin records the Washington printing.
Not in Thornton. Item #18128