Willimantic [CT]: Weaver & Curtiss, Printers, 1865. 12mo. 24pp. Original printed wrappers, stitched. Scattered light foxing. Very Good.
Avery explains that he wants the poem to "serve as a mirror in which the magnitude and atrocity of treason may be the more clearly seen by all of every class," so that future generations will "view with the greater abhorrence the Hydra of nullification, and to cement their affections in the love of that priceless legacy...our glorious Union."
FIRST EDITION. Not in Bartlett, Nevins, Sabin. OCLC appears to locate facsimiles only, as of January 2017. Item #22026