[Columbia: 1850]. 168pp. Disbound, spine split after page 54, else Very Good.
Governor Seabrook's eulogy, praising Calhoun for his opposition to the "despotism" of majorities and his "legacy to the cause of constitutional liberty," is printed at pages 1-8. It is followed by a printing of the proceedings in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives; the Report of the Committee of Twenty-Five, "on the removal of the remains of the Hon. John C. Calhoun"; the Mayor of Charleston's "Narrative of the Funeral Honors Paid to the Hon. J.C. Calhoun, at Charleston, S.C."; and Fire-Eater Robert Barnwell Rhett's Oration before the Legislature of South Carolina, November 28, 1850. Pagination is continuous.
OCLC 5809313 [Kirtas Technologies copies]. Item #30890