New York: the society, . 8p., printed double column, 8.5 x 5.75 inch self-wraps, sewn. Slightly foxed and darkened; mild edgewear, last page completely detached and first page separated from spine at 3/4 of its length, 2-inch tear at lower left edge of last page. Society paper no. 11.
Samuel Morse, inventor of the telegraph, was this pro-slavery organization's president. Addressed to Iowa voters during the 1862 election.