Cleveland's Letter to Hon. William L. Wilson, July 2, 1894.
n.p. n.p., 1894. 4 pp. Sm. 8vo. Self wrappers. First edition. Leaves browned and edges somewhat fragile, date stamp on top margin, a good+ copy. Item #37322
"'The best campaign document furnished the Republican party, of which we will not hear the last until the approaching canvass is ended, will be the letter of the President denouncing the Senate without exception for having framed a bill, the provisions of which are now necessary, according to the Secretary of the Treasury, to prevent the issue of interest-bearing bonds to carry on the Government.'-Senator Vest in Senate." From the Congressional Record. OCLC shows only a copy at the State Lib. Ohio.
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