Boston: Stimpson & Clapp, 1832. pp -72, 41-43, [1 blank]. Disbound, widely scattered foxing. Ink signature, "Seth Williams" on title page. Good+.
OCLC records two different printings in 1832 from Stimpson & Clapp, of 75 pages and (40, 9-43) pages. In this copy, the text reads appropriately; evidently the printer combined sheets from the two printings to make a complete pamphlet. The Convention endorses the Clay-Sergeant ticket for the race against Andrew Jackson, and denounces "the imbecility of the existing Administration...which substitutes its own will for the law of the land." Proceedings are reported, Electors are listed. The Convention's 'Address to the People of Massachusetts' and Daniel Webster's speech to the Convention are printed.
Sabin 36741. Not in Wise & Cronin. Item #19560