[Washington, PA: 1827]. 32pp, stitched, untrimmed and uncut. Lightly toned, small 'duplicate' rubberstamp at bottom of final page. Very Good.
Friends of the Adams Administration support his bid for re-election, and warn of the high-handed authoritarian impulses of his chief rival, Andrew Jackson. Dwelling on Jackson's character and military career-- for, after all, "his pretensions are purely military"-- the authors condemn the 1814 massacre of Creek Indians, the execution of Harris and five other militia men, and other arbitrary behavior in New Orleans and Florida. A printed Table, using data from the 1824 contest, demonstrates that Jackson is the candidate of the Slave States.
FIRST EDITION. AI 29901 . Not in Wise & Cronin. Item #26407