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The American Conflict: An Address, Spoken Before the New England Society of Montreal, and a Public Audience, in Nordheimer's Hall, Montreal, on Thursday Evening, 22nd December, 1864

The American Conflict: An Address, Spoken Before the New England Society of Montreal, and a Public Audience, in Nordheimer's Hall, Montreal, on Thursday Evening, 22nd December, 1864

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The American Conflict: An Address, Spoken Before the New England Society of Montreal, and a Public Audience, in Nordheimer's Hall, Montreal, on Thursday Evening, 22nd December, 1864

by CORDNER, John

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Montreal: John Lovell, 1865. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); publisher's green wrappers printed within decorative border; 48pp. Light chipping and shallow creases along wrapper extremities, brief split at spine foot, else Very Good. The Canadian Unitarian minister's address on the final months of the American Civil War, stating his support of the Union's aims. SABIN 16761.

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Title
The American Conflict: An Address, Spoken Before the New England Society of Montreal, and a Public Audience, in Nordheimer's Hall, Montreal, on Thursday Evening, 22nd December, 1864
Author
CORDNER, John
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First Edition
Publisher
John Lovell
Place of Publication
Montreal
Date Published
1865
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