Oliver Dyer's phonographic report of the proceedings of the National Free Soil Convention at Buffalo, N.Y. August 9th and 10th, 1848. : Copyright secured according to law.
|Corporate Author:||Free Soil Party (U.S.).|
|Related Names:||Dyer, Oliver 1824-1907, reporter., Brayman, James O. 1815-1887, reporter.|
[Buffalo, N.Y.] : Published by G.H. Derby & Co. 164 Main Street, Buffalo: Andrews & Boyle, 22 Spruce Street, New-York: and Dyer & Webster, at the Phonographic Rooms, 66 South Third St. Philadelphia. Sold at 12 1-2 cts. per copy, or $8 per hundred. Steam press of Jewett, Thomas & Co. Commercial Advertiser Buildings, Buffalo, 
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Text printed in two columns.
Advertisement for Dyer's system of phonographic writing, p. .
Caption title: Proceedings of the National Free Soil Convention.
"The following report does not contain all the informal speeches made during the two days of the convention. It contains only the regular addresses. ... Some speeches have been condensed ... We have received valuable, and indeed indispensable assistance in making out our report, from Mr. James O. Brayman ... "--p. .
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