[Washington: Published by the Granite State Club of Washington, 1856]. 24pp. Caption title, as issued. Stitched, untrimmed, curled or lightly chipped at blank extremities. Printed in two columns per page. Very Good.
Opposing the Republican Party and John C. Fremont's bid for the presidency, this pamphlet charges that "Black Republican members of Congress" sought "to drive out pro-slavery settlers from Kansas, which has resulted in the recent scenes of violence and bloodshed there." Proof of the charge is found in the published proceedings of the Emigrant Aid Society, as well as other documents. The Republicans' purpose "of getting up a war in Kansas" is "to help elect Fremont. For, the greater the disturbance in Kansas, the more clear would be the apparent 'villainy' of repealing the Missouri compromise."
Further proof is found in the proceedings "of the Black Republican Abolition Convention that nominated Fremont." The Conspiracy -- including participation by the "Coal-Black Republicans"-- is examined in all its details.
Not in Sabin or LCP, although there are a number of institutional locations. Item #34450