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

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

Purporting to be an analysis of the condition of politics in New York, this scarce pamphlet attacks Henry Clay, "that ulcer on the body politic," and President John Q. Adams, for opposing Governor Clinton's election as Governor of New York, in order to diminish his chances for the Presidency. The author also refers to the Morgan abduction, and rebuts the slanderous charge that Clinton desired the offenders' escape.
FIRST EDITION. Sabin 23456. Not in Eberstadt, Decker. Item #25230

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