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. Election of 1828, 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

Price: $500.00