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Anonymous : Speeches of Messrs. Hayne and Webster in the United States Senate, on the Resolution of Mr. Foot, January, 1830
Redding and Company, Boston, 1852
84-page booklet. Lacks wrappers. Damp stains title page through page 8; top margin damp stain title page through page 36 and page 71 through end; bottom margin damp stain scattered through to last page. Light scattered foxing. From page 2: "One or two preliminary remarks upon the establishment of the administrations of 1825 and 1829 may render some of the allusions in these speeches more intelligible to those readers who are not familiar with the political history of the day. The election of a President of the United States for the term beginning March 4, 1825, devolved upon the House of Representatives. The whole electoral vote was 261 -- of which Andrew Jackson had 99, John Quincy Adams 84, William H. Crawford 41, and Henry Clay 37. The house, by the constitution, was limited to the first three in making a choice, and the vote was by states. Until the election actually took place, there was much doubt as to the result.". Book. Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Binding: Soft cover
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