CUSTER'S REPLY/ TO THE / Atrocious Attempts / of the / Corrupt or Insane Radical Press / To Pervert his Testimony, &c./ (two columns) The Cleveland Leader has to-day issued an extra containing a most villanous effort to make upon the public mind a false impression in regard to the character of the testimony given by Major General Custer before the Reconstruction Committee of CONGRESS, in order to expose to the community the Gross Injustice of the publication, s well as the INFAMY OF THE MEANS resorteted to by the Radicals to continue their much abused power.....

CUSTER'S REPLY/ TO THE / Atrocious Attempts / of the / Corrupt or Insane Radical Press / To Pervert his Testimony, &c./ (two columns) The Cleveland Leader has to-day issued an extra containing a most villanous effort to make upon the public mind a false impression in regard to the character of the testimony given by Major General Custer before the Reconstruction Committee of CONGRESS, in order to expose to the community the Gross Injustice of the publication, s well as the INFAMY OF THE MEANS resorteted to by the Radicals to continue their much abused power.....

Cleveland, O[hio]: Plain Dealer, Sept. 17, 1866. Broadside. 58 x 15 cm. Matted, glazed and framed. A small stain from paper clip at lower left of text, else very good. Custer's rebuttal to J.W. Forney, Secretary of the United States Senate, dated August 20, 1866, regarding his testimony before the Congressional Committee on Reconstruction concerning states' rights for Texas and western Louisiana. Signed G.A. Custar [sic]. OCLC lists copies Yale, Newberry, Univ. of MI, Baylor Univ. Item #63717

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