The Life of Martin Van Buren: Heir-apparent to the "government," and the Appointed Successor of General Andrew Jackson : Containing Every Authentic Particular by which His Extraordinary Character Has Been Formed : With a Concise History of the Events that Have Occasioned His Unparalleled Elevation : Together with a Review of His Policy as a Statesman
Robert Wright, 1836 - 209 pages
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