ANNEXATION OF TEXAS. Opinions of Messrs. Clay, Polk, Benton and Van Buren on the Immediate Annexation of Texas. [caption title]

ANNEXATION OF TEXAS. Opinions of Messrs. Clay, Polk, Benton and Van Buren on the Immediate Annexation of Texas. [caption title]

[Washington, DC: Gales & Seaton, 1844]. Unbound sheets, stab-stitched. 23 cm. 15, (1) pp. Old vertical fold, foxing, age-toning, some loss at corners not affecting text. Printed copies, in favor and opposed, to the annexation of Texas, including Henry Clay's letter to the Editors of the National Intelligencer in April 1844; Polk's letter to S.P. Chase, Thomas Heaton &c., Committee, Cincinnati; an abstract of Benton's May 1844 speech on the Senate floor on the Treaty for the Annexation of Texas and an extract of his reply to Mr. McDuffie in June 1844; extracts of Van Buren's letter to Mr. Hamet of Mississippi in April 1844; and another letter from Clay in Sept. 1844, following his nomination as the Whig candidate for President. STREETER TEXAS 1487A. Item #64980

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