Mr. Phelps' Appeal to the People of Vermont, in Vindication of Himself, Against the charges made against him upon the occasion of his re-election to the Senate of the United States, in relation to his course as a senator. Samuel Shethar Phelps.
Vermont Politics Take an Ugly Turn

Mr. Phelps' Appeal to the People of Vermont, in Vindication of Himself, Against the charges made against him upon the occasion of his re-election to the Senate of the United States, in relation to his course as a senator

Very Good. Item #7736

Middlebury, VT: Published by the Author, 1845. First Edition. Octavo (23cm.); removed; 43pp. Light foxing to text block, faint vertical crease, else Very Good and sound.

One of a series of pamphlets issued during the contest between Middlebury Whigs Samuel Phelps and William Slade for the Vermont Senate seat. In answer to charges of intemperance and ill temper, Phelps rebuked such Vermont political figures as fur trader Ezra Meech, calling him "the dupe of artful and designing men" prone to "suffering himself to be buffeted back and forth like a shuttle-cock between the two parties."

[SABIN 61393].

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