New York: American News Company, . First Edition. 30pp. Octavo [22 cm] Gray printed wrappers. Near fine. Ink smudge on cover with numbers in ink at foot and head. Covers and contents are bright. Item #8646
Anti-Mormon work by the Episcopal Reverend and Confederate soldier that reprints a series of letters to the Chicago Tribune. "As late as seven years ago, houses of prostitution, as soon as discovered, were raided by the brutal Mormon police, and their delicate, defenceless inmates hustled away to police headquarters; while gambling hells were promptly broken up, and the gamblers, after being heavily fined, were timed as to the hour of their departure from Zion." - p.15. We locate eight institutional holdings. Rare. Flake/Draper 3037.