The Hungarian Controversy: An Exposure of the Falsifications and Perversion of the Slanderers of Hungary. Francis BOWEN, pref Robert Carter, ed, pref Robert Carter.

The Hungarian Controversy: An Exposure of the Falsifications and Perversion of the Slanderers of Hungary

Boston: Redding & Company, 1852. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); removed; 48pp.; text in double columns. Stock a bit toned, contemporary ink note at head of title page (serving as upper cover), else Very Good and sound.

Compilation of annotated newspaper articles by journalist and newspaper editor Francis Bowen, with responses, regarding the visit of the popular Hungarian patriot and former regent-president Lajos Kossuth, whom Bowen denounced, a highly unpopular move. Robert Carter, fellow journalist and secretary of the Free Soil Party, saw fit to compile this collection of articles published in the "North American Review," to which he added his own copious refutations to the statements Bowen made.

Price: $100.00

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