Address of the Democratic State Central Committee to the People of Massachusetts.
“Resolutions adopted by the Democratic State Central Convention, held at Worcester, September 18th, 1850…” The resolutions concerned the statesman George S. Boutwell to be put forth by the party as a candidate for governorship; the admission of new slave states into the Union; the Party’s congratulations to the state of California for being newly-admitted into the Union and so forth. OCLC, AAS only.
Description: Address of the Democratic State Central Committee to the People of Massachusetts.
[Massachusetts, 1850]. Printed on a large single sheet, as issued, and folded down upon which are six pages of text. Small paper loss to one corner in blank margin. Near Fine condition; untrimmed and unopened.