SPEECH OF MR. FRELINGHUYSEN, OF NEW JERSEY, DELIVERED IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES, APRIL 6, 1830, ON THE BILL FOR AN EXCHANGE OF LANDS WITH THE INDIANS RESIDING IN ANY OF THE STATES OR TERRITORIES, AND FOR THEIR REMOVAL WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI. Frelinghuysen, Theodore.

SPEECH OF MR. FRELINGHUYSEN, OF NEW JERSEY, DELIVERED IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES, APRIL 6, 1830, ON THE BILL FOR AN EXCHANGE OF LANDS WITH THE INDIANS RESIDING IN ANY OF THE STATES OR TERRITORIES, AND FOR THEIR REMOVAL WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI.

Washington DC: Pritned and published at the office of the National Journal, 1830. First Edition. Removed. 44pp. Removed from a nonce volume; pieces missing from top and bottom of title-page with no text loss; piece torn from bottom of terminal leaf with loss of two words on page 43. Several old computations and ink blots on final page. Not handsome, but important. 8.75" x 5.5" Fair. Item #038261

Theodore Frelinghuysen (1787-1862) held various New Jersey state and Federal offices, and perhaps is best remembered for his vehement opposition to Andrew Jackson's Indian Removal Act of 1830 as demonstrated in this speech. [Sabin 25830. American Imprints 1495. Field, Indian Bibliography 564.].

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