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THE PEOPLE'S WELFARE MY REWARD.

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Another Whig campaign badge, featuring a bust-length portrait of presidential candidate Henry Clay, with books, drapery, and the base of a column in the background. Above Clay's portrait is the motto: "The Peoples Welfare---My Reward." Below the portrait is a statement by Clay, conveying his campaign themes of support for protectionism and the creation of a national bank:

"Protection to American Industry is necessary to secure the Independence of our Country. And a National Bank is as necessary to a Nation as National Law. H. Clay [facsimile signature]."

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