Wlliam Gilmore Simms
Scrapbook E (Part II) >> [Page 191] >> The North and the South — The Crisis Before us.

Item informationTitle: The North and the South — The Crisis Before us.
Genre: Correspondence
Publication informationVolume: E (Part II)
  • Publication date: 1856-09-30

Time periods
Digitization Digital collection: William Gilmore Simms Digital Collection
Rights: Digital Copyright © 2013, The University of South Carolina. All rights reserved. For more information contact The South Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208
Resource Identifier: SE2_18xx_481

Places of publication:

Composition history New York Herald, 7330 (Sept. 24, 1856), 2.

Columbian Register (New Haven, CT) XLV (Oct. 18, 1856), 1.

Description ''I avail myself of your liberal offer, extended to me, to ...''

Clipping reads: [double rule] | THE COURIER. | [double rule] | BY A.S. WILLINGTON & CO. | [double rule] | SEPTEMBER 30, 1856. | [double rule] | What is it but a map of busy life? — Cowper. | [double rule] | DAILY PAPER. Ten dollars per annum — COUNTRY | COURIER (tri-weekly) Five Dollars per annum. | [double rule] | [bracket] From the N.Y. Herald, Sept. 24. [close bracket] | The North and the South — The Crisis | Before us.
Notes Position: whole page, folded over

Clipping consists of letter written by John Hancock to James Gordon Bennett.  Hancock is not the signer of the Declaration of Independence, but rather a lawyer, judge, and politician from Texas who opposed secession.