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.].