SPEECH OF MR. GROSS, OF NEW YORK, ON THE RESTRICTION OF SLAVERY IN MISSOURI. DELIVERED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES, FEBRUARY 1, 1820.

[Washington? 1820]. 12mo. 14pp. Caption title [as issued], disbound, untrimmed. Chips to blank inner margin of last leaf, Very Good. Ezra Carter Gross [1787-1829] was a U.S. Representative from New York from 1819-1821. He supports the proposal to admit Missouri as a State only if it bans slavery, "a practice which all agree to be the curse, if not the disgrace of the United States." AI 1464 [1-DLC]. OCLC 22777131 [5]. Item #24440

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