Address of Cuba to the United States
New York: :
Comes, Lawrence & Co., stationers and printers, 9 Maiden Lane.,
|Access:||The American Slavery Collection|
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|Item Description:||"The publication in the New York herald of the address of General Quesada, representative of the Cuban republic in foreign lands, to the president of the United States, having attracted universal attention and generally favorable comment, it has been considered proper to print it in pamphlet form and in full ... This document treats the entire Cuban question in a very comprehensive manner, and presents unanswerable arguments in favor of the recognition of Cuban belligerency ..."--Preface, p. [i]-iv.|
Signed on p. 41: M. Quesada. New York, December 4, 1873.
Last page blank.
|Physical Description:||, iv, 41,  p. ; 24 cm.|
|Access:||Electronic access restricted to Villanova University patrons.|
|Place of Publication:||United States -- New York -- New York.|