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Date: 1770
The BLOODY MASSACRE perpetrated in King Street BOSTON on March 5th 1770 by a party of the 29th REGT.

Date: 1808
This Plate is Respectfully Dedicated to all the BUTCHERS in the United States by their obt. Sert. Chrr. Wispart. in honour of our republican Governor Simon Snyder.

Date: 1819
Reply to Bobalition of Slavery.

Date: 1821
Grand Bobalition, or "GREAT ANNIBERSARY FUSSIBLE."

Date: 1825
GRAND CELEBRASHUN OB DE BOBALITION OB AFRICAN SLABERY!!!.

Date: 1827
Dreadful Riot on Negro Hill!.

Date: 1832
BOBALITION Of Slavery.

Date: 1832
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING or a Militia Court-Martial!!

Date: 1834
"THE GOVERNMENT." No.1 "[Eye] TAKE THE RESPONSIBILITY."

Date: 1836
AN AFFECTING SCENE IN KENTUCKY.

Date: 1836
Jinnoowine [i.e. "genuine"] JOHNSON TICKET. "Carrying the War into Africa."

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
THE NEW CODE OF CHIVALRY OR WHAT WE WOULD HAVE DONE. AS APPROVED BY "THE AMERICAN:" FOR 1838.

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
FANNY ELSSLER AND THE BALTIMOREANS.

Date: 1840
LOG CABIN ANECDOTES.

Date: 1840
MATTY'S PERILOUS SITUATION UP SALT RIVER.

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

Date: 1843
TROUBLE IN THE SPARTAN RANKS. OLD DURHAM IN THE FIELD.

Date: 1844
LOCO FOCO TRIUMPHAL HONORS.

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: 1846
THE TREE OF LIBERTY. The FREE Population of the United States enjoying the refreshing shade of the Tree of Liberty.

Date: 1848
MARRIAGE OF THE FREE SOIL AND LIBERTY PARTIES.

Date: 1848
STUDYING POLITICAL ECONOMY.

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

Date: 1848
THE TELEGRAPHIC CANDIDATES

Date: 1848
TOWN & COUNTRY MAKING ANOTHER DRIVE AT THE GREAT QUESTION.--NO GO!!

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

Date: 1850
Effects of the Fugitive-Slave-Law. aNew York :$bHoff & Bloede, c1850.

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
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
A DISH OF "BLACK TURTLE".

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

Date: 1852
PILGRIMS OF THE RHINE-O!

Date: 1852
THE FISH QUESTION SETTLED.

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

Date: 1856
THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM.

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

Date: 1860
"THE IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT." OR THE REPUBLICAN BARGE IN DANGER.

Date: 1860
"THE NIGGER" IN THE WOODPILE.

Date: 1860
AN HEIR TO THE THRONE, OR THE NEXT REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE

Date: 1860
CONGRESSIONAL SURGERY. LEGISLATIVE QUACKERY.

Date: 1860
Honest old Abe on the Stump. Springfield 1858. Honest old Abe on the Stump, at the ratification Meeting of Presidential Nominations. Springfield 1860.

Date: 1860
THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1860.

Date: 1860
THE POLITICAL GYMNASIUM.

Date: 1860
THE POLITICAL QUADRILLE. Music by Dred Scott.

Date: 1860
THE RAIL CANDIDATE.

Date: 1860
THE REPUBLICAN PARTY GOING TO THE RIGHT HOUSE.

Date: 1860
THE UNDECIDED POLITICAL PRIZE FIGHT.

Date: 1861
5 TO ONE HA.

Date: 1861
THE AMERICAN DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE ILLUSTRATED.

Date: 1861
VOLUNTEERING DOWN DIXIE.

Date: 1862
[Calendar for 1863]

Date: 1862
I'M NOT TO BLAME FOR BEING WHITE, SIR!

Date: 1863
OPPRESSION!! Suppressing the Press.

Date: 1863
THE FOUR YEARS CONTRACT AND ITS PROGRESS.

Date: 1863
The great American WHAT IS IT? chased by Copper-heads

Date: 1863
THE MEETING OF THE FRIENDS, CITY HALL PARK.

Date: 1863
THE MOWER.

Date: 1864
"JEFF WANTS TO GET AWAY"

Date: 1864
HOW FREE BALLOT IS PROTECTED!

Date: 1864
PLATFORMS ILLUSTRATED.

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

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

Date: 1864
UNION AND LIBERTY! AND UNION AND SLAVERY!

Date: 1864
View of Transparency IN FRONT OF HEADQUARTERS OF SUPERVISORY COMMITTEE FOR RECRUITING COLORED REGIMENTS . . .

Date: 1865
EMANCIPATION.

Date: 1865
FREEDOM'S IMMORTAL TRIUMPH! FINALE of the JEFF DAVIS DIE-NASTY." Last Scene of all, that ends this strange eventful History.

Date: 1865
JOHN BROWN EXHIBITING HIS HANGMAN.

Date: 1866
THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT!

Date: 1866
THE FREEDMAN'S BUREAU! AN AGENCY TO KEEP THE NEGRO IN IDLENESS AT THE EXPENSE OF THE WHITE MAN. TWICE VETOED BY THE PRESIDENT, AND MADE A LAW BY CONGRESS. SUPPORT CONGRESS & YOU SUPPORT THE NEGRO. SUSTAIN THE PRESIDENT & YOU PROTECT THE WHITE MAN

Date: 1866
THE RADICAL CONVENTION In Philadelphia, September 3d, 1866.

Date: 1866
The Two Platforms

Date: 1867
THE RECONSTRUCTION POLICY OF CONGRESS, As illustrated in California.

Date: 1868
THE GREAT NOVEMBER CONTEST. Patriotism: versus Bummerism.

Date: 1870
THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT

Date: 1870
THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT AND ITS RESULTS.

Date: 1870
The Fifteenth Amendment. Celebrated May 19th 1870.

Date: 1870
THE RESULT OF THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT, And the Rise and Progress of the African Race in America and its final Accomplishment, and Celebration on May 19th A.D. 1870.

Date: 1870
THE RESULT OF THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT, And the Rise and Progress of the African Race in America and its final Accomplishment, and Celebration on May 19th A.D. 1870.

Date: 1872
MARTIAL LAW.

Date: 1872
RED HOT REPUBLICANS ON THE DEMOCRATIC GRIDIRON. "THE SAN DOMINGO WAR DANCE."

Date: 1874
THE SHACKLE BROKEN - BY THE GENIUS OF FREEDOM.

Date: 1876
ROLL ALONG, ROLL ALONG, SHOUT THE CAMPAIGN BATTLE SONG.

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