OUTLINES OF THE LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES, CIVIL AND MILITARY, OF WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON.

Boston: Eastburn, 1840. Large 8vo, 24pp, dbd, minor foxing. Very Good.

Cushing, the Massachusetts Whig whom Henry Clay would soon expel from the Party in a dispute over the Bank of the United States, demonstrates Harrison's qualifications for the Presidency by illuminating his "character and acts of an able statesman, a high-minded patriot, a brave soldier, and a successful commander."
Miles 85. 107 Eberstadt 159. Haynes 4371. AI 40-1778 [5]. Item #9265

Price: $125.00

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