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Pretexts of the rebels and their sympathizers refuted by the logic of facts : rebellion against free government, as well as against the national Union, resulting from the conspiracy of the slaveholding aristocracy; : illustrated in the speech of the Hon. Lorenzo Sherwood, delivered before the Unionists of the city of Brooklyn, September, 1864; and also in the letter of Governor Hamilton to Pres't Lincoln. : With an extract of the celebrated letter of Daniel O'Connell ... Preview this item
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Pretexts of the rebels and their sympathizers refuted by the logic of facts : rebellion against free government, as well as against the national Union, resulting from the conspiracy of the slaveholding aristocracy; : illustrated in the speech of the Hon. Lorenzo Sherwood, delivered before the Unionists of the city of Brooklyn, September, 1864; and also in the letter of Governor Hamilton to Pres't Lincoln. : With an extract of the celebrated letter of Daniel O'Connell ...

Author: Lorenzo SherwoodHenry O'ReillyAndrew Jackson HamiltonDaniel O'ConnellThomas Francis MeagherAll authors
Publisher: New York : Published for the Union Committee., 1864.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lorenzo Sherwood; Henry O'Reilly; Andrew Jackson Hamilton; Daniel O'Connell; Thomas Francis Meagher; Democratic League (N.Y.)
OCLC Number: 228709783
Notes: Running title: The great issues of the times.
Caption title: Pretexts of the rebels and their sympathizers, refuted by the logic of facts. : Mr. Sherwood's speech in Brooklyn. (Concluding remarks.).
"To the friends of the Union" (p. [2]) signed: Henry O'Rielly, secretary of the Democratic League.
The words, "Concluding remarks.", in the caption title are enclosed in square brackets.
Two columns to the page.
The appendix (p. 12-16) also contains "Gen. Meagher on the rights and duties of Irishmen in America" (p. 14).
Description: 16 p. ; Octavo.
Other Titles: Rebellion against free government, as well as against the national Union, resulting from the conspiracy of the slaveholding aristocracy.
Great issues of the times.

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