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Simmons, James F.
To Henry B. Anthony, Esq. Sir - A writer in the Transcript has thought fit to bring my name before the public.
publisher not identified, [Providence, 1845. Folio broadside (approx. 22" x 16"), text in quadruple column; slight edge wear, 2 small ink burns in the middle obscuring several letters (sense remains clear); all else very good or better. At the bottom of the last column in ink: "Spring of 1845 when Charles Jackson was a candidate for governor." Anthony responds to an article in the Transcript and expresses a preference for Charles Jackson over Governor Fenner, and urges the liberation of Dorr. OCLC locates the Mass. Historical, Brown, AAS, and NY Historical copies. Not in American Imprints; not in Bartlett; not in Sabin; DeSimone & Schofield 176.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
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