BROADSIDE CIRCULAR - "LOYAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY"

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One page, 5.25" x 8.25", mounted on heavy beige paper. N.p., n.d. This circular appeals to Union men in the Reconstruction south to join in refuting the political arguments of unreconstructed rebels. The circular reads as follows:

"DOCUMENTS FOR THE SOUTH

….It is most desirable, at this time, that the Union men of the South, who are to take a leading part in deciding the great questions and the future policy of our Government, should be fully provided with facts and arguments to enable them to obtain a commanding influence among their people, and to expose the specious pleading assumed by semi-secessionists, who are exerting their utmost energies to make the institutions and policy of the Southern States the same as before the Rebellion. Shall the Loyal men of the South be furnished with the documents by which the sophistries of their enemies, who have done all in their power to destroy our Government, and who are responsible for the calamities brought upon us by the Rebellion, may be confuted?

The Loyal Publication s Society seems to be the only institution adequate to sustain our friends in the South by furnishing them with proper documents. These objects can be better accomplished by a judicious distribution of our pamphlets now, than can be effected by ten times the amount on the eve of an election. We solicit, therefore, your contributions for this purpose. Francis Lieber, President

C.G. Detmold, Chairman, ex. Comm. James McKaye, Chairman Pub. Committee Our collector will call in a few days. Very good condition.

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