INDEMNITY FOR THE PAST AND SECURITY FOR THE FUTURE, SPEECH.ON HIS BILL FOR THE CONFISCATION OF PROPERTY AND THE LIBERATION OF SLAVES BELONGING TO REBELS IN THE SENATE.MAY 19,1862

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1862. Octavo., 16pp. (double column), later wraps. VG, lightly, evenly browned. Bookseller Inventory # a68600

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Publication Date: 1862
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