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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 VISION. POLITICAL HYDROPHOBIA, Shewing the comfort of CROWNS, and how to obtain them.

Date: 1836
A GALVANIZED CORPSE

Date: 1836
On the way to Araby!

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

Date: 1837
TREASURY NOTE.

Date: 1838
DISTURBING A MARTINS NEST.

Date: 1838
THE GLOBE MAN Listening to Webster's Speech, on the Specie Circular.

Date: 1838
THE GLOBE-MAN After hearing of the Vote on the Sub-Treasury Bill.

Date: 1840
A GLOBE TO LIVE ON!

Date: 1840
A POLITICAL MOVEMENT.

Date: 1840
EXPANSION & CONTRACTION.

Date: 1840
O. K.

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.

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