1864 ADDRESS BY HON.EDWARD EVERETT

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This original printed pamphlet contains a speech by Edward Everett which was delivered in Faneuil Hall on October 19, 1864. Title of address is, "THE DUTY OF SUPPORTING THE GOVERNMENT IN THE PRESENT CRISIS OF AFFAIRS". Last two pages feature a speech by Alexander H. Stephens titled, "THE REBELLION INEXCUSABLE: WARNING AND PROTEST AGAINST IT", made at the capitol of Georgia in January 1861.

Measures 5.75" by 8.75". Sixteen pages total. No tears. There are a few pinholes on left edge of front cover and a water stain on lower right of front cover.

Edward Everett (1794-1865) was one of the greatest orators of the Civil War era. He served as a U.S. Senator, U.S. Representative, Governor of Massachusetts, U.S. Secretary of State and President of Harvard University.

He is mostly remembered today as the featured orator for the dedication of the National Cemetery at Gettysburg in 1863 where he spoke for over two hours- immediately before President Lincoln delivered his famous two minute Gettysburg Address.  [sl] [ph:sl]

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