Publication: Printed by Order of the National War Committee, 1862, New York
First Edition. String-Bound Printed Separate. 19pp. Delivered at Cooper Hall in New York City on October 3, 1862, at the invitation of the National War Committee, Hon. Andrew Jackson Hamilton delivered an interesting and impassioned speech addressing the many problems that Union sympathizers were suffering through in Texas during the early stages of the Civil War. Origin of the Rebellion, Slavery Antagonistic to Democracy, How the Rebellion is to be Crushed, Inutility of Conciliation, Secession Once Acknowledged will Spread, Sufferings of Union Men in Texas, and Vigorous Prosecution of the War are among the printer's call-outs in this very scarce copy of the speech. Tanned and fragile. Very Good.
Inventory Number: 47516