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Adams, John Quincy.
Correspondence Between John Quincy Adams, Esquire, President of the United States, and Several Citizens of Massachusetts concerning the Charge of a Design to Dissolve the Union Alleged to have Existed in That State.
Publisher: Boston Daily Advertiser, Boston;
Date of Publication: 1829
Stock Code: 8217
FIRST EDITION. Softcover octavo, pp. 80. Marbled paper wraps. Wrappers lightly creased and soiled with small stain to upper cover. Scattered light foxing, a little heavier to title page; no annotation or inscriptions. A Very Good copy.
Adams’ letters to the Massachusetts Federalists over their plan to establish a separate confederacy, because of their opposition to the Jefferson administration’s Embargo Act.
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