A Review of Mr. Seward's Diplomacy by a Northern Man.

Philadelphia: 1862.

60pp, with errata slip. 8vo. All bound up in half almost contemporary brown pebbled morocco and marbled boards. Each original wrapper bound in with the name of owner Edward Olmsted written at top of each wrapper. Bookplate of Joseph Y. Jeanes and Isaac W. Jeanes II Item #265362

[Reed, William B.] The Diplomatic Year: being a Review of Mr. Seward's Foreign Correspondence of 1862 by a Northern Man. Philadelphia, 1863. 68 pp. Also attributed to Charles Ingersoll and Joseph Ingersoll. Vehemently anti-Seward
Wharton, Francis. The Missouri Valley and Lay Preaching. NY: John A. Gray, 1859. 44 pp. On preaching to the riverboat itinerants and the transitory towns of the Missouri Valley.
Hamilton, James A. Martin Van Buren's Calumnies Repudiated. Hamilton's Conduct as Secretary of Treasusry Vindicated. NY. Scribner, 1870. 54 pp.
Van Buren's sons posthumously edited and published in 1867 his "Inquiry into the Origins and Course of Political Parties in the United States." This is a response by Alexander Hamilton's son
Searle, Mrs. L.C. Washington, Our Example: The Father of a Nation will Restore it to Peace. Philadelphia: James Challen & Son, 1865. 121 pp.
Against the aboiltion of slavery.

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