CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN GEN. ANDREW JACKSON AND JOHN C. CALHOUN, President and Vice-President of the U. States, in the Subject of the Course of the Letter, in the Deliberations of the Cabinet of Mr. Monroe, on the Occurrences in the Seminole War.

Washington, (DC): Printed by Duff Green, 1831. First edition. 8vo. 52 pp. Howes J-6 and C-29. Field 371. Servies 1536: “Calhoun’s reply to a query of W.H. Crawford on Jackson’s orders prior to the occupation of St. Marks and Pensacola; extracts of letters, 1818-1831, exchanged between Monroe and Jackson.” Disbound pamphlet. Some foxing, but very good. Item #66434

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