PRESIDENT JACKSON'S FAREWELL ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES [Caption title followed by three columns of text, a cut of the American Eagle above the text, flanked by text printing "New-Orleans. January 8, 1815" and "The Presidency. March 4, 1829-1837"]. Signed in type at the end "Andrew Jackson. March 3, 1837." Andrew Jackson.

PRESIDENT JACKSON'S FAREWELL ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES [Caption title followed by three columns of text, a cut of the American Eagle above the text, flanked by text printing "New-Orleans. January 8, 1815" and "The Presidency. March 4, 1829-1837"]. Signed in type at the end "Andrew Jackson. March 3, 1837.".

Richmond, VA: Bailie & Gallaher, printers, 1837. Broadside printed on silk, 33 1/4 x 27 inches, the head in bold capitals, the whole enclosed within an ornamental border. The address closes with a warning: "It is from within, among yourselves -- from cupidity, from corruption, from disappointed ambition and inordinate thirst for power -- that factions will be formed and liberty endangered." Not in Sabin (which records only two later pamphlet printings). Not in American Imprints (which does record pamphlet printings in Harrisburg, Pa., Raleigh, N.C., and Washington, D.C., and a Paterson, N.J., broadside). Hummel 3625 (Virginia Historical Society). OCLC locates two copies of this printing (American Antiquarian Society, Indiana) and other broadside printings on silk from New York and Albany. A few separations, two small holes resulting in the loss of several words (not affecting sense of text), a few ink spots, several small stains outside border. (10964). Item #64393

Price: $2,500.00

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