“Audax omnia perpeti Gens Lincolna ruit per vetium nefas”. Confederate Imprint.

“Audax omnia perpeti Gens Lincolna ruit per vetium nefas”.

[Confederate States of America: s.n., ca. 1861].

Printed broadside of poem within ornamental border, signed “B.”. 9-3/4 x 5-1/2 inches. Minor creasing, else fine. Parrish & Willingham 6222; Worlcat locates 6 copies and P & W adds an additional location. Item #263066

“Next come we to Old Daniel Tyler, Whose only synonym is ‘riler,’ But as he’s beaten let him pass, He always was a stupid ass …”
The title is adapted from Horace and translates as, “In its boldness to dare all things, Lincoln’s people rush into that which is wicked and forbidden.”.

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