FALLACY OF NEUTRALITY. AN ADDRESS BY THE HON. JOSEPH HOLT, TO THE PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY, DELIVERED AT LOUISIVILLE, JULY 13th, 1861; Also, HIS LETTER TO J. F. SPEED, ESQ.

FALLACY OF NEUTRALITY. AN ADDRESS BY THE HON. JOSEPH HOLT, TO THE PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY, DELIVERED AT LOUISIVILLE, JULY 13th, 1861; Also, HIS LETTER TO J. F. SPEED, ESQ.
FALLACY OF NEUTRALITY. AN ADDRESS BY THE HON. JOSEPH HOLT, TO THE PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY, DELIVERED AT LOUISIVILLE, JULY 13th, 1861; Also, HIS LETTER TO J. F. SPEED, ESQ. FALLACY OF NEUTRALITY. AN ADDRESS BY THE HON. JOSEPH HOLT, TO THE PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY, DELIVERED AT LOUISIVILLE, JULY 13th, 1861; Also, HIS LETTER TO J. F. SPEED, ESQ.
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PublishingDate: 1861
Publisher: James G. Gregory
Condition: Good
Binding: Soft Cover
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New York: James G. Gregory. 1861. 31p. Sewn wrps. Covers soiled with some chipping along edges with the spine strip chipped at top and bottom edges. Internally a half-inch diagonal slice through all pages at top margin not affecting text. Externally the slice continues, also light fraying of edges, otherwise a tight clean copy. Two strong pro-Union statements by a Kentucky Democrat who had been in Buchanan's Cabinet and became the first Judge Advocate-General of the U. S. Army, in September, 1862. He was largely influential in preventing Kentucky from seceding. See DAB for additional information. Sabin #32650.

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