THE POLITICAL CHARACTER OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS DELINEATED. BEING A REPLY TO CERTAIN OBSERVATIONS IN THE ADDRESS OF GEN. PETER B. PORTER AND OTHERS.

Albany. 1828. 30pp. Dbd. Contemporary ownership inscription on titlepage, offsetting from contemporary ink annotations on titlepage and final leaf. Light dampstaining from gutter margin, light tanning and foxing. Good plus. Item #WRCAM53758

A scarce attack on Adams by supporters of Andrew Jackson, his rival in the presidential election of 1828. At the end the author makes the following bold assertions: "I have established these positions: You was not politically educated in the school of Jefferson. You was not a federalist. You have no attachment to republicans or republican principles. You have made no sacrifices for a country, from whose treasury you have been supported through life. You have not possessed the confidence and attachment of all our presidents. The nation has gained nothing from your experience. Your character is neither honorable nor independent. Your integrity is not unsuspected." SHOEMAKER 32244.

Price: $575.00

Anti-Adams, Pro-Jackson