[Washington, D.C.? 1866]. 8pp. Caption title [as issued]. Disbound, loosened. Printed in double columns. Water stains through bottom quarter of leaves, minor foxing. Good+.
[Washington: 1884]. 16pp, stitched, caption title [as issued]. Age-toned lightly, else Very Good. Wilson argues against passing a bill in Congress that would exonerate Porter, whose disobedience of orders at Bull Run is the only significant fact in assessing the justice of the court martial verdict against him. The argument...
Washington: Printed at the Congressional Globe Office, 1866. 8pp. Disbound. Some light water stains, else Good+.