Fremont, the Conservative Candidate; Correspondence between Hon. Hamilton Fish , U. S. Senator from New York,


and James A. Hamilton, Son of Alexander Hamilton. 20pp. 8vo, sewn, first and last pages lightly soiled in margins. N.p., 1856.

First 12 pages consists of Hamilton Fish's letter and the last 8 pages are James Hamilton's reply. Hamilton Fish advocates that the Democratic party is sectional and supports slavery. Fish, a whig, supports Colonel John Charles Fremont, the first Republican party candidate for President. James Hamilton is for the election of James Buchanan because the election of Fremont would cause the South to secede.

Binding: Pamphlet
Condition: Very Good(-)
Edition: First
Language: English

Price: $300.00

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