Baltimore: Printed at the Jackson Press, 1827. 19,  pp. Large 8vo. Untrimmed, partly loosened, some dusting. Good+.
Listing the Members of the Jackson State Convention of the People of Maryland [headed by Roger B. Taney], this unusual pamphlet is an angry blast at the two miscreants who stole the election from Jackson in 1824: John Quincy Adams, who won in the electoral college though Jackson had the popular plurality; and Henry Clay, whose cunning and unscrupulous intrigue handed Adams the plums of office.
Taney and the Convention reject the argument that Jackson is disqualified by his history as a "military chieftain:" for, they say, "so was WASHINGTON, the FATHER of his country."
Sabin 45053. AI 28688 . Not in Wise & Cronin, Eberstadt, Miles. OCLC 28394898 as of February 2021 records eleven locations, some of which appear to be facsimiles. Item #26863