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Title: Speech upon the subject of slavery; delivered in the United States Senate on Thursday, March 7, 1850.
Description: Boston, Hotchkiss & Comp., 1850.Original printed wrappers. With engraved portrait. 36 pp. Daniel Webster (1782-1852) was a leading orator, statesmen, and lawyer. In his famous 'Seventh of March' speech in 1850, he claimed that keeping the nation together was more important than the issue of slavery. He was widely praised by people in the South but condemmed by his own party and Northern abolitionists (Rodriguez, Encyclopedia of world slavery, p.687). - (Margins stained).

Keywords: America slavery

Price: EUR 82.50 = appr. US$ 89.66 Seller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books (NVvA/ILAB)
- Book number: 20261