Washington, (DC): Printed at the Congressional Globe Office, 1852. 8vo. 29 pp. [printed double-column]. Disbound pamphlet; trimmed close at the fore-edge, taking a letter or two in most lines. Item #35416
First edition. Howes W-223. Eberstadt 134, 482: "Weightman's tract, containing some 25,000 words, presents his interpretation of all Southwestern troubles of the period immediately following the Mexican War. He attacks the Military rule and Gen. Kearney's 'code'; presents the text of numerous letters from Military Governor Conrad, Col. Monroe, and others; discusses the priesthood question; takes up his quarrel with Judge Houghton, etc."