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Date: 1832
Old Jack, the famous New Orleans mouser, clearing Uncle Sam's Barn of Bank and Clay Rats;

Date: 1833
KING ANDREW THE FIRST.

Date: 1833
TROUBLED TREASURES.

Date: 1833
Untitled. "This is the House that Jack Built..."

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

Date: 1834
ANDREW RESOLUTE UNCLE SAM'S FAITHFUL TEAMSTER, TAKING THE PRODUCE OF THE FARMS, TO ANOTHER STOREHOUSE; AND GIVING UNCLE SAM HIS, REASONS FOR SO DOING.

Date: 1834
EXPLOSION OF BIDDLE & COS. CONGRESS WATER FOUNT.

Date: 1834
Old Nick's New Patent Plan to make Nova Scotia Tories, Federals Coodies, Hartford Conventioners, Nullifiers, National Republican Bankites &c

Date: 1834
SET TO BETWEEN OLD HICKORY AND BULLY NICK.

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

Date: 1834
THE POLITICAL BARBECUE.

Date: 1834
THE VISION. POLITICAL HYDROPHOBIA, Shewing the comfort of CROWNS, and how to obtain them.

Date: 1836
General Jackson slaying the many headed monster

Date: 1836
On the way to Araby!

Date: 1836
Set-to between the champion old tip & the swell Dutcheman of Kinderhook -- 1836

Date: 1837
CAPITOL FASHIONS FOR 1837.

Date: 1837
FIFTY CENTS. SHIN PLASTER.

Date: 1837
ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE ADVENTURES OF THE RENOWNED DON QUIXOTE & HIS DOUGHTY SQUIRE SANCHO PANZA.

Date: 1837
N. TOM O' LOGICAL STUDIES. THE GREAT TUMBLE BUG OF MISSOURI, BENT-ON ROLLIN HIS BALL.

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

Date: 1840
INDEPENDENT TREASURY AND LIBERTY. MARTIN VAN BUREN.

Date: 1840
UNCLE SAM'S PET PUPS! Or, Mother BANK'S last refuge.

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

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