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Hon. A.H. Stephens, of Ga., on know-nothingism. (From the Chronicle and sentinel.).
|Main Author:||Stephens, Alexander H. 1812-1883.|
|Related Names:||Thomas, Thomas W. -1864.|
[Augusta, Ga.?] : [publisher not identified], 
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United States > United States / Politics and government > United States / Politics and government / 1853-1857.
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Text printed in three columns.
In addition to the Chronicle and sentinel, Augusta, Ga., Stephens' letter was also "prominently published in every important state paper." Cf. Schott, T.E. Alexander H. Stephens of Georgia, 1988, p. 185.
Signed on p. 2: Alexander H. Stephens.
Parentheses substituted for square brackets in title transcription.
A letter from Alexander H. Stephens, dated Crawfordville, Ga., 9th May, 1855, in reply to a letter from his longtime friend, Thomas W. Thomas, dated Elberton, Ga., 5th May, 1855, requesting Stephens' "opinions and views of this new party, called Know Nothings."
1 sheet (2 unnumbered pages) ;
48 x 31 cm
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