THE WAR COMMENCED BY THE REBELS. -COPPERHEADS OF THE NORTH THEIR ALLIES. SPEECH...IN WASHINGTON, D.C., MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1, 1864. PUBLISHED BY THE UNION CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE.

[Washington]: 1864. 14, [2] pp. Caption title [as issued], Folded gatherings. The last two pages are reprinted from the 'Narrative of Privations and Sufferings...', with photo illustrations of starving Union prisoners of War. Minor wear, Very Good.

A printer and Indiana newspaper editor, Defrees was government printer during the War, thanks to President Lincoln. Here, in the midst of the 1864 presidential campaign, he lauds his benefactor, denounces Southern war crimes, and recites the treasonous acts which Democrats committed in the waning days of Buchanan's administration.
Sabin 19296. Not in Bartlett. Item #31657

Price: $125.00

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