[Washington, D.C.? 1864]. 14, [2 blank] pp. Caption title [as issued], disbound. Final blank a bit creased, Very Good.
The Missouri Congressman, the second generation of the Blair clan prominent in national affairs, attacks Treasury Secretary Salmon P. Chase, perennial presidential candidate and enemy of the Blair family, for his unseemly intriguing against President Lincoln to secure the 1864 Republican nomination. Blair also visits his wrath upon the "radicals" of Missouri, who seek "to keep up the strife in States in which the rebellion has been put down, instead of fighting to put down the rebellion where it still exists."
Bartlett 471. Item #21859