BOSTON DAILY ADVOCATE: EXTRA. Mr. Adams's Address to the People, assigning his reasons for having accepted the nomination for governor before the people, and declined being a candidate before the legislature. John Quincy Adams.

BOSTON DAILY ADVOCATE: EXTRA. Mr. Adams's Address to the People, assigning his reasons for having accepted the nomination for governor before the people, and declined being a candidate before the legislature.

[Boston: 1834]. Broadsheet. 51 x 34.5 cm. 2pp., printed in five columns. Slight staining, closed tear, left margin shows some browning and paper residue (possibly removed from a scrapbook?). Dated January 1, 1834, Washington, [DC] at end of text. Adams also gives a very full political history of his relationship and opposition to Freemasonry. OCLC lists a slightly different version (not having the extra heading) at AAS, whose cataloging mentions this one, though we found no locations. Item #64390

Price: $450.00

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