Roxbury, Mass: Roxbury Democrat, .
First Edition. Wraps. Disbound wraps. Approx. 8.5" x 5.5". 8 pages. Front wrap has a small edge tear and is near detached. Other pages starting to loosen. An 1840 political campaign attack on Martin Van Buren. The attack on Orestes Brownson, editor of the "Boston Quarterly Review" and supporter of Martin Van Buren, lists a number of "Horrible doctrines". This piece also states that John C. Calhoun commends Brownson's work. Bold headings include "Slave Labor preferable to Free"; "The Church, Ministers of Religion, and the Schoolmaster to be put down", "Equal Distribution of Property Among People"; and more.
Sabin 73728; AI 40-5904. Good. Item #18362