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"This pamphlet has already been reviewed, and that not in the kindliest spirit. Its authorship is universally attributed to a prominent member of the Philadelphia Bar-who was charged with an important foreign mission, under the late administration, and who has ever since been supposed to enjoy the especial confidence of its Chief....It is no part of that duty to attempt any vindication, in this essay, of President Lincoln or Mr. Seward. They need none..." A humorous attack on William B. Reed's "A Review of Mr. Seward's Diplomacy." Kimber defends Seward and says that "Mr.Lincoln has saved his country; and he will occupy, in the temple of our Nation's history , a place so lofty that but one name shall be written above his". 24 pp. Missing back cover. 1 1/4" strip from upper spine missing and 1/4" from lower spine. 2/16"x 2/16" chip in lower front edge,leaving 2/16" tear on lower edge margins of text. Never near text. Penciled signature under title, "appears" to be Thomas Kimber Jr. Due to missing back cover, last page is mildly soiled.Exterior is Good-. Interior is tight, clean and Very Good. Sabin 37771
Title: A NEW "SARTOR RESARTUS," BEING A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF A PAMPHLET ENTITLED "A REVIEW OF MR. SEWARD'S DIPLOMACY"
Book Condition: Good-
Type: American History
Inscription: Signed by Author
Size: Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 8 3/4"
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 004573
Keywords: Thomas Kimber Jr., Dr. Syntax, Jr. (Kimber, S. Jr.), President Lincoln, William Seward,William B. Reed,