THE PRO-SLAVERY ARGUMENT, AS MAINTAINED BY THE MOST DISTINGUISHED WRITERS OF THE SOUTHERN STATES: CONTAINING THE SEVERAL ESSAYS, ON THE SUBJECT, OF CHANCELLOR HARPER, GOVERNOR HAMMOND, DR. SIMMS, AND PROFESSOR DEW. Hammond Harper, Simms, Dew, William C., James Henry, William Gilmore, Thomas Roderick.
THE PRO-SLAVERY ARGUMENT, AS MAINTAINED BY THE MOST DISTINGUISHED WRITERS OF THE SOUTHERN STATES: CONTAINING THE SEVERAL ESSAYS, ON THE SUBJECT, OF CHANCELLOR HARPER, GOVERNOR HAMMOND, DR. SIMMS, AND PROFESSOR DEW
THE PRO-SLAVERY ARGUMENT, AS MAINTAINED BY THE MOST DISTINGUISHED WRITERS OF THE SOUTHERN STATES: CONTAINING THE SEVERAL ESSAYS, ON THE SUBJECT, OF CHANCELLOR HARPER, GOVERNOR HAMMOND, DR. SIMMS, AND PROFESSOR DEW

THE PRO-SLAVERY ARGUMENT, AS MAINTAINED BY THE MOST DISTINGUISHED WRITERS OF THE SOUTHERN STATES: CONTAINING THE SEVERAL ESSAYS, ON THE SUBJECT, OF CHANCELLOR HARPER, GOVERNOR HAMMOND, DR. SIMMS, AND PROFESSOR DEW

Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo, & Co., 1853. Hard Cover. Good binding. Item #4901

12mo. [4], 490 pp. Early reprint. As issued in blue embossed cloth; heavily worn at the extremities including fraying at the corners and spine ends; soiling to the binding; early tidelines to the the corners of the much of the textblock--fairly faint and limited to the margins, only. Early armorial bookplate of one Charles W. Porter on the front pastedown. An unsurprising apology for domestic slavery. Uncommon, even in contemporary reprints. Howes H-214; Sabin 65736 (first edition).

Price: $250.00