War Between the States

Slavery Related Content

Washington, D.C., Thursday, June 7, 1855. G. Bailey Editor and Proprietor, John G. Whittier, Corresponding Editor. 4 large pages.

The Legal Tenure of Slavery. Sudden Death of a Slaveholder. Twenty nine Slaves Emancipated. Reorganization of the Anti Slavery Movement. Chivalry of the Old Dominion. Know Nothingism and Nebraskaism. The National Know Nothing Convention. Latest From Kansas. How Elections are Discussed in Kansas. Division of California Into Three States. Political Movements in Ohio. The Virginia Election. The Lynching of Mr. Phillips. The Churchas to be Regulated. Senator Wilson's Native Americanism. Gov. Reeder Sustained in Pennsylvania. The U.S. and Spain. Political History of Europe. The Capitulation of France in 1814. The Baltimore and New York Markets, and much more. Numerous small edge tears and chips. Some small fold splits, and some separation at the vertical (folio) centerfold when you open up the newspaper. Overall in very good to fine condition. Nice content.

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