New York, 1844. 56pp. Dbd. Unobtrusive modern ink scribble in upper inner corner of titlepage, with some scattered foxing,.Very good. The second edition, reprinted from its original form in the NEW YORK EVENING POST, published under the signature of "Veto." Further thoughts more than seven years after Texas was refused admittance to the Union, by this noted lawyer and author. A lengthy treatise, containing a history of the state and its position in relation to the Union, other states, and Mexico, with particular emphasis on the issue of slavery. Appended is a short address by the last surviving member of the Jefferson cabinet, opposing the admittance of Texas to the Union. STREETER TEXAS 1533B. SABIN 78844. (Inventory #: WRCAM4691)
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