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Date: 1813
Columbia TEACHING John Bull his new LESSON.

Date: 1814
JOHN BULL making a new BATCH of SHIPS to send to the LAKES.

Date: 1824
A FOOT-RACE.

Date: 1829
A DOWNWRIGHT GABBLER, or a goose that deserves to be hissed.

Date: 1836
A GONE CASE. A Scene in Wall-street.

Date: 1836
Grand Virginia reel and scamperdown at the Whitehouse Washington

Date: 1836
Spirit of the times

Date: 1836
The debilitated situation of a monarchal Government

Date: 1836
The heads of two great nations have at last come to the situation of the two goats in the fable . . .

Date: 1840
FRANCESTOWN. She Welcomes the Friends of OLD TIP.

Date: 1846
ULTIMATUM ON THE OREGON QUESTION.

Date: 1848
GRAND, NATIONAL, DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PRESS ONWARD.

Date: 1849
DEFENSE OF THE CALIFORNIA BANK. [December 1848 or early 1849. Drawn by S. Lee Perkins?]

Date: 1851
THE APOTHEOSIS.

Date: 1852
ONE OF THE PEOPLE'S SAINTS for the Calendar of Liberty 1852.

Date: 1861
UNCLE SAM PROTECTING HIS PROPERTY AGAINST THE ENCROACHMENTS OF HIS COUSIN JOHN.

Date: 1861
YE CONFERENCE. "NOT ANY WE THANK YOU MR. DAVIS."

Date: 1862
SHADOWS OF THE TIMES. Pl[ate] 1.

Date: 1864
LIBERTY AND UNION.

Date: 1864
LIBERTY. "LIBERTY BRINGS TO THE EARTH JUSTICE AND PEACE"

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

Date: 1864
THE PENDING CONTEST. Although all Copperheads call themselves Democrats, nevertheless, all Democrats are not Copperheads.

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