CASE OF CUBA. WITH A LETTER FROM JOHN D. SHERWOOD, ESQ., ON THE RIGHT OF RECOGNITION.
Edition: First edition.
New York: American News Company, 1869. Octavo, 28, (4) pp, in pale green printed paper covers. Attached at inner margin of front cover is a printed message soliciting a review, addressed by hand to the editor of the Boston Journal, and with the remains of a postage stamp (long tear neatly repaired). Shallow chips to margins of covers and some text leaves (no printing affected); small holes to inner margins of covers neatly repaired with clear archival paper; soft vertical crease throughout, bottom margins of text leaves have creases; in all, a good, tight and clean copy of this fragile pamphlet. "In it is presented a clear and calm view of the questions between the Cuban revolutionists and their Spanish oppressors. The cause of Cuba, fairly presented, is one which cannot fail to enlist and hold the sympathies of the people of the United States." Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced, depending upon your location.
Condition: Binding: Softcover