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Date: 1839
THE MEETING at SARATOGA. "Like Boxers thus before the fight, their hands in friendship they unite."

Date: 1843
HENRY CLAY.

Date: 1843
THE GREAT AMERICAN STEEPLE CHASE FOR 1844.

Date: 1843
THE MOUNTAIN IN LABOR.

Date: 1844
"GET OFF THE TRACK!" A song for Emancipation, Sung by THE HUTCHINSONS, . . .

Date: 1844
[Clay-Frelinghuysen campaign badge]

Date: 1844
A PEEP AT THE FUTURE.

Date: 1844
ANTI ANNEXATION PROCESSION.

Date: 1844
BALLOON ASCENSION TO THE PRESIDENTIAL CHAIR.

Date: 1844
BALTIMORE National Convention of Ratification. CLAY AND THE TARIFF.

Date: 1844
BURSTING THE BALLOON.

Date: 1844
CLAY FRELINGHUYSEN MARKLE STEWART.

Date: 1844
CLEANSING THE AUGEAN STABLE.

Date: 1844
FIGHT BETWEEN THE KENTUCKY COON & THE TENESSEE ALLIGATOR.

Date: 1844
FOR PRESIDENT HENRY CLAY FOR VICE PRESIDENT THEODORE FRELINGHUYSEN

Date: 1844
GOING TO TEXAS AFTER THE ELECTION OF 1844.

Date: 1844
GRAND NATIONAL WHIG BANNER. "ONWARD."

Date: 1844
GRAND NATIONAL WHIG PRIZE BANNER BADGE.

Date: 1844
H. Clay

Date: 1844
HOBOKEN CLAY CLUB.

Date: 1844
MATTY TAKING HIS SECOND BATH IN SALT RIVER.

Date: 1844
NOT A DRUM WAS HEARD NOR A FUNERAL NOTE . . .

Date: 1844
PILGRIMS' PROGRESS.

Date: 1844
POLITICAL COCK FIGHTERS.

Date: 1844
POLK IN HIS EXTREMITY.

Date: 1844
SOLD FOR WANT OF USE.

Date: 1844
TEXAS COMING IN.

Date: 1844
THE AMERICAN MARSEILLAISE, OR VOICE OF THE PEOPLE.

Date: 1844
The honest statesman, his Country's steadfast friend. HARRY of the WEST.

Date: 1844
THE HUNTER OF KENTUCKY.

Date: 1844
THE MASKED BATTERY or LOCO-FOCO STRATEGY.

Date: 1844
THE PEOPLE'S WELFARE MY REWARD.

Date: 1844
THE PRESIDENTAL SWEEPSTAKES OF 1844. Preparing to Start.

Date: 1844
THE TWO BRIDGES.

Date: 1844
THE WORKING MAN--He is to Society what the main-mast is to the ship.

Date: 1844
TREEING COONS.

Date: 1844
TYRANTS PROSTRATE LIBERTY TRIUMPHANT.

Date: 1844
UNCLE SAM AND HIS SERVANTS.

Date: 1844
VIRTUOUS HARRY, OR SET A THIEF TO CATCH A THIEF!

Date: 1845
The COON PARTY Crossing CAYUGA BRIDGE Novr. 1844. Or the effects of CASSIUS M. CLAY'S political tour to western N.York.

Date: 1846
ONE OF THE YOUNG BO-HOYS IN ECSTACIES BEFORE THE COONS OF 1844.

Date: 1848
FORDING SALT RIVER

Date: 1848
INKLINGS OF TRAVEL, UP SALT RIVER.

Date: 1848
PATENT BALANCING BY AN AMATEUR.

Date: 1848
POLITICAL GAME OF BRAG. SHEW OF HANDS.

Date: 1848
POLITICAL GUILLOTINE.

Date: 1848
THE ASSASINATION OF THE SAGE OF ASHLAND.

Date: 1848
THE AVAILABLE PARTY TRYING TO GET THEIR VILLANY ENDORSED BY THE VERY MAN THEY HAVE ASSASINATED

Date: 1848
THE CANDIDATE OF MANY PARTIES. A Phrenological Examination to Ascertain What His Political Principles Are.

Date: 1848
THE TELEGRAPHIC CANDIDATES

Date: 1848
WHIG HARMONY.

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