Anticipations of the future, to serve as lessons for the present time.
In the form of extracts of letters from an English resident in the United States, to the London Times, from 1864 to 1870.
With an appendix, on the causes and consequences of the independence of the South ...
|Main Author:||Ruffin, Edmund, 1794-1865.|
Richmond, J.W. Randolph, 1860.
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In this work of his imagination the writer pictures what he apprehends will be the result of the election of Republican candidates. Lincoln is to be succeeded by Seward in 1864 and the prospect of the latter's reelection in 1868 will bring on civil war.
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