[Washington, D. C.?]: n. p., 1876]. First edition. 8vo, unbound and stitched as issued, untrimmed, 23 pages. Some light foxing and dust-soiling; a very good copy. Item #9467
A late speech from the Indiana Radical Republican on the violation of African-American voting rights in Mississippi, some flavor of which might be guessed from the caption at the head of the title: “Democratic Violence, Proscription, and Intolerance—Spirit of the White-Line Democracy—Duty of the Republican Party to Maintain the Rights of the Colored Men—Startling Democratic Defalcations—Unparalleled Corruption and Maladministration.”.