The South Alone, should govern the South. And African Slavery Should be Controlled by Those Only, Who are Friendly to It. Read and send to your Neighbor. Tract, No. 1.
Charleston: Evans & Cogswell, 1860. Third edition. 'The topics discussed being the condition of the South in the present Union and her gloomy prospects for the future, together with the measures of remedy suitable to her case are subjects of deep interest to every southern man...'
Townsend advocates resistance and secession from the Union, "By taking their destinies under their own control, and preparing, without delay, to organize for themselves a separate and independent confederacy."
8vo, 62pp, (1), pamphlet, original wrappers but original stitching not present making it disbound, front slt. marked, o/w good+. Sabin 96379; OCLC 4754051. Item #10440