Richmond: J. H. Jenkins, c. 1910. Good+ binding. Item #7520
Octavo. 31,  pp. Second edition. Stapled into stiff, printed wrappers. A bit of wear with light chipping and some staining to the covers; notable stain to the fore-edge margin of the first leaf; contents are generally toned. An early edition of a frequently reprinted address.
Christian assures the reader that his address "will be in no spirit of carping criticism, with no desire to do injustice to [Lincoln], and will be as free from sectional prejudice and passion as one who has suffered as I have, by the conduct of Mr. Lincoln and his followers, can make it" (p. 1). It is nevertheless, a searing partisan assessment of who Christian calls a "Godless tyrant." Haynes 3411.