6 PAMPHLETS FROM THE LOYAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY
New York: Loyal Publication Society, 1863-1865. Six pamphlets published by the Loyal Publication Society during the Civil War. Includes: "No. 16: No Party Now But All for Our Country", Francis Lieber; New York, 1864 (Revised Edition); Softcover pamphlet; 8 pages; G+; minor wear to edges, toning to covers "No. 21. Letter Addressed to the Opera House Meeting, Cincinnati, by Col. Charles Anderson" Col. Charles Anderson; New York, 1863; Disbound pamphlet; 15 pages; G; foxing to pages, toning along edges, marking in pencil on front cover "No. 27. Nullification and Compromise; A Retrospective View."; John Mason Williams; New York, 1863; Softcover Pamphlet; 32 pages; G+; toning along cover edges, stress marks to spine "No. 77. An Address on Secession. Delivered in South Carolina in the Year 1851,"; Francis Lieber; New York, 1865; Softcover Pamphlet; 12 pages; G+; toning to edges of covers, slight creasing "No. 79. A Letter to Hon. E. D. Morgan, Senator of the United States, on the Amendment of the Constitution Abolishing Slavery. Resolutions, Passed by the New York Union League Club, Concerning Conditions of Peace with the Insurgents"; Francis Lieber; New York, 1865; Single Sheet pamphlet; 4 pages; G; bending to corners, small closed tears to edge "No. 83. Amendments of the Constitution, Submitted to the Consideration of the American People."; New York, 1865; Softcover pamphlet; 39 pages; G; foxing to pages and covers, marking in pencil on front cover RW; Shelved Room A.
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