Speech of Hon. Erastus Brooks at Hartford, Conn., July 8, 1856.
Mr. Fillmore's claims on northern men and union men, for the presidency. The man and his measures-- his opponents and their measures-- slavery, anti-slavery-- Romanism, Americanism, and patriotism.
|Main Author:||Brooks, Erastus, 1815-1886.|
[New York? J & E Brooks, 1856]
Fillmore, Millard, /
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