Congressional Investigations. How Slander is Refuted. The New York Custom-House -- The Sale of Arms -- Charges Against Postmaster General Cresswell -- Examination of the Treasury.
n.p. n.p., . 16 pp. 8vo. Self-wrappers. First edition. An untrimmed, unopened (uncut) single folio leaf, edges soiled, fore edge with a few small tears, rear leaves creased, overall still about very good. Item #27653
The Grant administration was one of the most corrupt of the 19th century with numerous investigations convened. As it prepared for the elections of 1872 and Grant's run for a second term, it issued this piece of campaign literature in an attempt to refute the charges.
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