Addresses and essays [manuscript title]. Joel Parker.
Addresses and essays [manuscript title]
Addresses and essays [manuscript title]
Addresses and essays [manuscript title]

With an autograph letter

Addresses and essays [manuscript title]

V.p., v.d., as below. The Right of Secession. A review of the Message of Jefferson Davis to the Congress of the Confederate States, Cambridge: Welch, Bigelow, and Co., 1861, pp. 39, [1]; bound with: To the People of Massachusetts [drop title], n.p., 1862, pp. 12; bound with: Habeas Corpus and Martial Law. A Review of the Opinion of Chief Justice Taney, in the Case of John Merryman ... Second edition, published by authority. Philadelphia: John Campbell, 1862, pp. 55, [1]; bound with: International Law. Case of the Trent. Capture and Surrender of Mason and Slidell, Cambridge: Welch, Bigelow and Co., 1862, pp. 66; bound with: Constitutional Law: with Reference to the Present Condition of the United States, Cambridge: Welch, Bigelow and Co., 1862, pp. 35, [1]; bound with: The Character of the Rebellion, and the Conduct of the War, Cambridge: Welch, Bigelow and Co., 1862, pp. 42; bound with: The War Powers of Congress, and of the President. An Address Delivered before the National Club of Salem, Cambridge: printed by H. O. Houghton, 1863, pp. 60. Together 7 volumes in 1, preceded by one-page autograph letter signed by Parker dated January 28, 1863 to Professor Packard presenting these pamphlets "connected to the rebellion" to him. Contemporary red cloth, gilt-lettered spine; spine a little sunned, Bowdoin College "withdrawn" bookplate, the occasional Bowdoin pressure stamp. Very good and sound. Item #53640

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