Washington, D.C. Buell & Blanchard, 1860. 32pp. Printed self-wrappers. Very minor foxing. Near fine. Untrimmed and unopened. Item #WRCAM40134
A widely distributed and influential speech by the outspoken Senator Sumner, in which he "set forth his indictment of slavery in its social, moral, and economic as well as political aspects" (DAB). One of several 1860 editions of Sumner's important speech. SABIN 93643. DAB XVIII, p.211.