AN EXPOSITION OF THE LATE GENERAL ELECTION, IN NEW-YORK. BY A CITIZEN OF PENNSYLVANIA.

Philadelphia: 1826. 24pp, stitched. Untrimmed, light wear, Very Good.

"This rare pamphlet is a contemporary analysis of politics in New York in the 1820's. The unknown author also attacks Senator Henry Clay and the president, John Q. Adams. The author also refers to the Morgan Affair and supports Governor Clinton against slanderous accusations that he supported the actions of the kidnappers" [OCLC 228685881].
Henry Clay is "that ulcer on the body politic." President John Q. Adams fares no better, for opposing Governor Clinton's election as Governor of New York, in order to diminish Clinton's chances for the Presidency.
FIRST EDITION. Sabin 23456. AI 24472 [6]. OCLC 228685881 [9] as of February 2021. Item #25230

Price: $275.00