Mr. Blunt of New York had said in the press that at the Whig Party's National Convention in Philadelphia (1848) Smith had been a pro-Clay delegate in contravention of Connecticut's Whigs whom he (Blunt) thought to be pro-Taylor. Smith defends himself and places himself squarely behind Taylor as the party's candidate. 8vo. 8 pp. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: [drop-title] Remarks of Mr. Truman Smith, of...
Publisher: J. & G. S. Gideon, prs. 
Publication Date: 1848
Book Condition: Disbound. Very good condition.
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