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Character and results of the war. : how to prosecute and how to end it.

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Caption title, page [1]: Speech of Major-General Butler. Notes: Speech delivered at the Academy of Music, New York, 2 April 1863, with preliminary matter including Butler's response to the invitation to speak (but not the text of the invitation itself), and introductory speeches by Senator (Edwin D.) Morgan, General (John E.) Wool, and the mayor of New York (George Opdyke). Cover title. Published by the Union League of Philadelphia in May, 1863. "Extracts from the New York Times. Washington, Monday, April 13 ...", pages [2]-[4] of wrapper. A variant 32 pages printing, with identical title, has text on printed wrappers pages [2] and [3] headed "The Southern Confederacy organized to oppose civilization," followed on page [3] by "Major-General Rosecrans on slavery", which concludes with a letter dated April 27, 1863 (page [4] blank). Also published under title: How to prosecute and how to end the war. Listed by Sabin in a note appended to entry 9615 ("Character and results of the war ... Philadelphia. 1863. 8vo, pp. 32"). FAU copy has original printed wrappers; side stitched with cord. Indexed by: "List of publications distributed by the Board of Publication of the Union League of Philadelphia." In Chronicle of the Union League of Philadelphia, 154-159, 15. Bartlett, J.R. Literature of the Rebellion, 749. Sabin, J. Dictionary of books relating to America from its discovery to the present time, 9615 (note)
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