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THE NEW YORK HERALD. New York, Wednesday, August 2, 1865.

New York 1865 James Gordon Bennett, editor. 22.5 x 16, expands to 45 x 32, 8 pp. Creasing, spotting, tears, paper clip marks, small holes, toning else good. Some of the headings: "The Assassins. Supposed Arrest of John J. Surratt. The Prison Place of the Conspirators Mudd, Arnold, Spangler and O'Laughlin;" "Georgia. Instructing the Georgia Rebels on Their Present Duty"; "The Pirate Shenandoah. The History of her Ownership - Arming of This British Pirate;" " The Negro. Celebration of the Thirty-First Anniversary of West Indian Emancipation. Stirring Speeches by Prof. W. Howard Day and Fred. Douglas." Bennett also published sensationalist stories such as: "Horrible Tragedy. A Woman and Her Daughter Chopped to Death by an Axe While in Bed." This newspaper contains information on Lincoln's assassins; southern states rejoining Congress but unable to elect anyone who fought in the war; election news; corruption; sporting news, three pages of ads and much more.


Book Id: 97-9760

Price: $40.00

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