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8pp. Original saddle sewn wraps. No covers, believed as issued. A speech delivered in the House of Representatives arguing for the seizure and confiscation of Confederate lands as lawful prize, in order to offset the costs of war, as well as stating the "rebels should be deprived of the labor and services of their slaves." In VERY GOOD condition with some browning to the pages, minor fading and edgewear. Two faint horizontal creases present, dividing the pamphlet in thirds. Interior clean and solid. [Sabin 89032].
Title: Confiscation and Emancipation. Speech of Hon. E.G. Spaulding of New York. Delivered in the House of Representatives, May 23, 1862.
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Washington DC, L. Towers and Co., Printers: 1862
ISBN Number: no
Book Condition: Very Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 002804
Keywords: Emancipation Slavery Anti-Slavery