[Washington, D. C.:: n. p.,, 1850].. Two old light folds; some light foxing; a very good copy.. 8vo, removed, 15 pages. Benton argues against the Compromise of 1850, which included the Fugitive Slave bill: "No sir! no more slavery compromises. Stick to those we have in the Constitution, and they will be stuck to!" With much detail on the topography of New Mexico. Not found in Sabin. (Inventory #: 9126)
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