The Present Condition of Mexico. Message from the President of the United States, in answer to resolution of the House of the 3d of March last, transmitting report from the Department of State regarding the present condition of Mexico.
Publisher’s brown blindstamped cloth, gilt spine title. 23x15 cm.
Publisher’s brown blindstamped cloth, gilt spine title. Publisher: (Government Printing Office). (1862 )
|Author||Lincoln, Abraham and William Seward.|
|Condition||Good plus, damp spotting to front cover, spine title faded, ink name to pastedown, light toning to some pages.|
|Binding||Publisher’s brown blindstamped cloth, gilt spine title.|
|Number of Pages||434 pp.|
|Annotation||A collection of correspondence regarding Mexican foreign relations. Mexico was of concern to the United States due to the French intervention and installation Maximilian and the prospect of a Confederate alliance with Mexico.|
|Library of Congress Control Number||N/A|
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