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Simmons, James Fowler
Speech of Mr. Simmons
[Providence: publisher not identified, 1845. Folio broadside (approx. 22" x 16"), text in quadruple column under a running head; a bit of edgewear, previous folds, very good. The speech, although undated, is known to have been given in 1845. At head of the text: "The following speech was delivered by Senator Simmons, to one of the largest and most enthusiastic Whig meetings held in the City of Providence since 1840. The Whigs of Providence, the friends of James F. Simmons, ask your candid and earnest attention to his remarks." Simmons attacks Governor Fenner and urges election of Charles Jackson as governor in order to achieve the liberation of T.W. Dorr. OCLC locates only the Mass. Historical and Brown copies; not in American Imprints; not in Bartlett; not in Sabin; DeSimone & Schofield 136.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [United States]
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