Purveyors of rare and out-of-print books, posters, and ephemera on social movements.

Quick Search



Johnson, Andrew, President

Pardons by the President. Message from the President of the United States, Transmitting Final Report of the names of persons engaged in rebellion who kave [sic] been pardoned by the President. December 4, 1867.--Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary and ordered to be printed.

Government Printing Office, Washington DC. 1867, 147p., disbound softback in 9x6 inch self-wraps, well-adhered and showing only a little dust-soil and toning to exposed front and back pages. Small numerals pencilled on one corner of cover wrap, a very good copy. Text consists entirely of state-by-state tables printed in a small font, giving name of pardonee, exemption, by whom recommended, date of pardon. 40th Congress, 2d session. Ex. Doc. no. 16.. The exemption list features short-title job descriptions ("Rebel tax collector." "Clerk in rebel tax department") and, more often than not, financial status, as "R. W. Brickell [of Alabama] Violated his oath. Proceedings commenced for confiscation, and worth over $20,000." The figure "twenty thousand" is the benchmark, we see no mention of greater or lesser valuation. A smaller number of pardonees are not given valuations

Cat.No: 189986

Price: $75.00

add to wishlist

Featured Books
© 1998-2016 Bolerium Books, all rights reserved - email us your questions or suggestions >>>
Site Map
Site by Bibliopolis