|Author||Troup, pseud. |
|Uniform Title||New York tribune. |
|Title||To the people of the South. Senator Hammond and the Tribune. By Troup. |
|Published||[n. p., 1860] |
|Description||24 p. 22 cm. |
|General Note||At head of title: Tract no. 3. |
A pamphlet called "Tract no. 1" was published anonymously by John Townsend, Charleston, 1860, under title: "The South alone should govern the South " ... Another pamphlet called "Tract no. 2", issued in 1860 without place or date of publication, has title: "Mr. Douglas and the doctrine of coercion" ...
"Extract from a speech of Hon. James H. Hammond. Delivered in the Senate of the U. S., March 4, 1858": p. -18.
"Northern opinion of the South [extracts from the New York tribune]": p. 19-23.
|Subjects||Confederate States of America -- Politics and government. |
United States -- Politics and government -- 1857-1861.
|Other Authors||Hammond, James Henry, 1807-1864. |
|LC Card Number||09-2391|
|Call Number/Copies|| |
| ||WRHS Research Library: E 440.5 T862|
mq169154: LC class, closed stacks [status: NON-CIRCULATING]