THE CASE OF THE SIX MUTINEERS, WHOSE CONVICTION AND SENTENCE WERE APPROVED OF BY GENERAL JACKSON, FAIRLY STATED: WITH A REFUTATION OF SOME OF THE FALSEHOODS CIRCULATED ON THIS SUBJECT. Andrew Jackson.

THE CASE OF THE SIX MUTINEERS, WHOSE CONVICTION AND SENTENCE WERE APPROVED OF BY GENERAL JACKSON, FAIRLY STATED: WITH A REFUTATION OF SOME OF THE FALSEHOODS CIRCULATED ON THIS SUBJECT.

Albany: Printed for the Albany Argus, 1828. 32pp, disbound and stitched. Title and several other leaves browned, widely scattered foxing. Good+. '

This is one of three 1828 issues, all scarce, printed in the heated presidential race of that year. Anti-Jackson forces charged that his unrestrained, martial personality-- highlighting his execution of the six militia men after the Battle of New Orleans-- unfitted him for the presidency. New York Democrats [then called Democratic-Republicans, or just Republicans] defend Jackson, denounce the falsehoods surrounding that incident, and call the official record of the inquiry "useless rubbish."
Howes J4. Wise & Cronin 232. Sabin 56778. Item #34260

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