MESSAGE OF THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, AND ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS, DECEMBER 6, 1876. VIRGINIANA, James L. Kemper, contributors.

MESSAGE OF THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, AND ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS, DECEMBER 6, 1876

Richmond: R.F. Walker, 1876. First Edition. Pamphlet chiefly comprised of an address to the General Assembly by James L. Kemper (1823-1895), former Confederate General, Conservative Party member, and Governor of Virginia from 1874-1878. An appendix contains various letters to Kemper from various residents, his responses to them, and his proclamation regarding the occupation of Petersburg by a detachment of the U.S. Army. Item #3116

Slim octavo (22.5cm); string-tied wrappers; 39,[1]pp. Faint vertical bend at center, light wear to extremities, with some foxing, scattered soil, and two small losses to terminal leaf (none affecting lettering); Very Good+.

Price: $150.00

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