Buffalo: Wheeler, Matthews & Warren, 1863. First edition. Disbound. Very good. A few minor stains, faint vertical crease to booklet, remnants of binding along spine.
An interesting and well-reasoned discourse on the state of the Civil War about a month after the Battle of Gettysburg, from the Union perspective. Rev. Smith concludes with answers to objections such as that the aim of the war had shifted from preservation of the Union to the abolishment of slavery, the use of black soldiers, etc. Quite scarce. SABIN 82700.