LIFE AND SERVICES OF GENERAL U.S. GRANT, CONQUEROR OF THE REBELLION, AND EIGHTEENTH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

Washington: Philip & Solomons, 1868. Stitched in original printed salmon wrappers. 160pp. Minor wear, Very Good.

This campaign pamphlet is a detailed and laudatory review of Grant's life and career, published under authority of the Republican National and Congressional Committee. Grant's opponent, New York Governor Seymour, is the ally of traitors and Copperheads, "nominated at the urgent solicitation of Pendleton and Vallandigham, while his warmest supporters are Forrest and Wade Hampton." In November, there will be "another victory by the same leader over the same enemy, as complete as that of Vicksburg, of Chattanooga, or of Appomattox Court House."
FIRST EDITION. Miles 522. Item #31875

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