The Resource Slavery the mere pretext for the rebellion ; not its cause : Andrew Jackson's prophecy in 1833, his last will and testament in 1843 ; bequests of his three swords: his solemn injunction to wield them "in support of our glorious Union" against all assailants, whether "foreign enemies or domestic traitors" ; picture of the conspiracy ; drawn in 1863, by a Southern man

Slavery the mere pretext for the rebellion ; not its cause : Andrew Jackson's prophecy in 1833, his last will and testament in 1843 ; bequests of his three swords: his solemn injunction to wield them "in support of our glorious Union" against all assailants, whether "foreign enemies or domestic traitors" ; picture of the conspiracy ; drawn in 1863, by a Southern man

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Slavery the mere pretext for the rebellion ; not its cause : Andrew Jackson's prophecy in 1833, his last will and testament in 1843 ; bequests of his three swords: his solemn injunction to wield them "in support of our glorious Union" against all assailants, whether "foreign enemies or domestic traitors" ; picture of the conspiracy ; drawn in 1863
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Slavery the mere pretext for the rebellion ; not its cause
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Andrew Jackson's prophecy in 1833, his last will and testament in 1843 ; bequests of his three swords: his solemn injunction to wield them "in support of our glorious Union" against all assailants, whether "foreign enemies or domestic traitors" ; picture of the conspiracy ; drawn in 1863
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by a Southern man
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Slave question a pretext to lead the masses on to rebellion
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eng
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1795-1870
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Kennedy, John Pendleton
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  • Secession
  • Slavery
  • United States
  • United States
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Slavery the mere pretext for the rebellion ; not its cause : Andrew Jackson's prophecy in 1833, his last will and testament in 1843 ; bequests of his three swords: his solemn injunction to wield them "in support of our glorious Union" against all assailants, whether "foreign enemies or domestic traitors" ; picture of the conspiracy ; drawn in 1863, by a Southern man
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  • Cover title
  • Text on p. [2-4] of cover
  • Typesigned: Paul Ambrose [pseud.]: p. 16
  • At head of caption title: From the National Intelligencer, Washington, March 1863
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1 online resource (16 pages)
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online
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Pamphlet, printed paper wrappers.
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remote
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Slavery the mere pretext for the rebellion ; not its cause : Andrew Jackson's prophecy in 1833, his last will and testament in 1843 ; bequests of his three swords: his solemn injunction to wield them "in support of our glorious Union" against all assailants, whether "foreign enemies or domestic traitors" ; picture of the conspiracy ; drawn in 1863, by a Southern man
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Publication
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  • Cover title
  • Text on p. [2-4] of cover
  • Typesigned: Paul Ambrose [pseud.]: p. 16
  • At head of caption title: From the National Intelligencer, Washington, March 1863
Extent
1 online resource (16 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
Pamphlet, printed paper wrappers.
Specific material designation
remote

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