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Slavery the mere pretext for the rebellion; not its cause. Andrew Jackson's prophecy in 1833. His last will and testament in 1843. Bequests of his three swords ... Picture of the conspiracy. Drawn in 1863,

Author: John Pendleton Kennedy
Publisher: Philadelphia, C. Sherman, Son & Co., Printers, 1863.
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Pendleton Kennedy
OCLC Number: 2197084
Notes: Cover title.
Text on p. 2-4 of cover.
Signed: Paul Ambrose [pseud.].
From the National intelligencer, Washington, March 1863.
BAL 11068.
Description: 16 pages 23 cm
Other Titles: National intelligencer.
Responsibility: by a southern man.

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