ADDRESS OF THE HOME LEAGUE, TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES.

New-York: James Van Norden & Co., Printers, 1841. 16pp. Stitched, foxed and lightly worn. Good+. The Home League was a protectionist organization, concerned about "the difficulties prevailing among the productive classes in the United States, since 1836, and the still greater difficulties apprehended after the final reduction of duties, in 1842." The Address denounces "the grasping and monopolizing character of the policy adopted by the nations of Europe," warns that Free Trade will destroy American industry, and recounts efforts of England, France, and Spain to gain footholds on the American continent. Blunt, Tallmadge, C.C. Haven, John Travers, and Wm. B. Kinney sign the Address in type at the end. FIRST EDITION. OCLC 26492786 [6]. AI 41-2576 [5]. Sabin 32710. Not in Eberstadt or Decker. Item #19343

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