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Date: 1833
DECLARATION OF THE ANTI-SLAVERY CONVENTION. ASSEMBLED IN PHILADELPHIA, DECEMBER 4, 1833.

Date: 1834
The PEOPLE putting Responsibility to the test or the downfall of the Kitchen Cabinet and Collar Presses.

Date: 1835
NEW METHOD OF ASSORTING THE MAIL, AS PRACTISED BY SOUTHERN SLAVE-HOLDERS, OR ATTACK ON THE POST OFFICE, CHARLESTON, S. C.

Date: 1835
Southern ideas of liberty

Date: 1836
AN AFFECTING SCENE IN KENTUCKY.

Date: 1836
Portraits of HANNIBAL and CYPRIAN, with VIGNETTES ILLUSTRATING AFRICAN CHARACTER, AND WRONGS.

Date: 1837
AM I NOT A MAN AND A BROTHER?

Date: 1838
ALL ON HOBBIES, GEE UP, GEE HO.!

Date: 1839
ABOLITION FROWNED DOWN.

Date: 1839
JOSEPH CINQUEZ, The brave Congolese Chief, who prefers death to Slavery, and who now lies in jail . . .

Date: 1840
THE NORTH BEND FARMER and HIS VISITORS.

Date: 1840
The Secretary of War presenting a stand of Colours to the 1st Regiment of Republican Bloodhounds.

Date: 1843
AMERICAN SYMPATHY AND IRISH BLACKGUARDISM.

Date: 1843
RACE BETWEEN BENNETT AND GREELY FOR THE POST OFFICE STAKES.

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

Date: 1844
ANTI ANNEXATION PROCESSION.

Date: 1844
SALE OF DOGS.

Date: 1844
TEXAS COMING IN.

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

Date: 1845
The Four Traitors, Who most infamously sold themselves to the Dorrites for Office and Political Power.

Date: 1845
THE FUGITIVE'S SONG.

Date: 1845
The MASSACHUSETTS HOAR, outwitted, or Hopping-John, and Johnny-Cake, for COD FISH 'NOTIONS,' WIDE AWAKE!!!

Date: 1848
PATENT BALANCING BY AN AMATEUR.

Date: 1848
THE FOX HUNT.

Date: 1848
THE LIBERTY CHARIOT.

Date: 1848
THE LITTLE MAGICIAN & THE MODERN WITCH OF ENDOR.

Date: 1848
THE MODERN COLOSSUS. EIGHTH WONDER OF THE WORLD.

Date: 1848
THE TELEGRAPHIC CANDIDATES

Date: 1848
WHO SAYS GAS? OR THE DEMOCRATIC B-HOY.

Date: 1850
THE HURLY-BURLY POT.

Date: 1850
THE RESURRECTION OF HENRY BOX BROWN AT PHILADELPHIA, Who escaped from Richmond Va. in a Box 3 feet long 2 1/2 ft. deep and 2 ft wide.

Date: 1851
PRACTICAL ILLUSTRATION OF THE FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW.

Date: 1851
THE BLESSINGS OF LIBERTY. OR HOW TO "HOOK" A "GENTLEMAN OB COLOR."

Date: 1851
WHAT'S SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE IS SAUCE FOR THE GANDER.

Date: 1852
ECLIPSE & NO ECLIPSE OR TWO VIEWS OF ONE OBJECT.

Date: 1852
PILGRIMS OF THE RHINE-O!

Date: 1853
A. DREAM Caused by the perusal of Mrs. H. Beecher Stowe's popular work Uncle Tom's Cabin.

Date: 1855
Anthony Burns.

Date: 1855
PASSMORE WILLIAMSON, IN MOYAMENSING PRISON FOR ALLEDGED CONTEMPT OF COURT.

Date: 1856
COL. FREMONT'S LAST GRAND EXPLORING EXPEDITION IN 1856.

Date: 1856
DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM ILLUSTRATED.

Date: 1856
FORCING SLAVERY DOWN THE THROAT OF A FREESOILER

Date: 1856
HO! FOR THE KANSAS PLAINS.

Date: 1856
LIBERTY, THE FAIR MAID OF KANSAS--IN THE HANDS OF THE "BORDER RUFFIANS."

Date: 1856
THE "MUSTANG" TEAM.

Date: 1856
THE BUCK CHASE of 1856.

Date: 1856
THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM.

Date: 1856
THE GREAT AMERICAN BUCK HUNT OF 1856.

Date: 1856
THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL SWEEPSTAKES OF 1856. Free for all ages, "go as they please."

Date: 1856
THE GREAT REPUBLICAN REFORM PARTY, Calling on their Candidate.

Date: 1860
"THE IMPENDING CRISIS"--OR CAUGHT IN THE ACT.

Date: 1860
THE POLITICAL GYMNASIUM.

Date: 1864
GRAND BANNER OF THE RADICAL DEMOCRACY, FOR 1864.

Date: 1864
NORTHERN COAT OF ARMS.

Date: 1864
POLITICAL CARICATURE No. 1. THE GRAVE OF THE UNION. OR MAJOR JACK DOWNING's DREAM. DRAWN BY ZEKE.

Date: 1864
POLITICAL CARICATURE No. 2. MISCEGENATION OR THE MILLENNIUM OF ABOLITIONISM.

Date: 1864
POLITICAL CARICATURE No. 3. THE ABOLITION CATASTROPHE, Or the November Smash-up.

Date: 1864
POLITICAL CARICATURE. No. 4. THE MISCEGENATION BALL

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