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Date: 1790
Con-g-ss Embark'd on board the Ship Constitution of America bound to Conogocheque by way of Philadelphia.

Date: 1829
THE NATIONS BULWARK. A well disciplined Militia.

Date: 1837
NEW EDITION OF MACBETH. BANK-OH'S! GHOST.

Date: 1837
UNCLE SAM SICK WITH LA GRIPPE.

Date: 1843
HENRY CLAY.

Date: 1844
SEE OUR TORN FLAG STILL WAVING.

Date: 1844
THE THREE DAYS OF MAY 1844. COLUMBIA MOURNS HER CITIZENS SLAIN.

Date: 1848
KNOCK'D INTO A COCK'D HAT.

Date: 1848
THE ASSASINATION OF THE SAGE OF ASHLAND.

Date: 1848
THE AVAILABLE PARTY TRYING TO GET THEIR VILLANY ENDORSED BY THE VERY MAN THEY HAVE ASSASINATED

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

Date: 1861
IN DEFENCE of the UNION and the CONSTITUTION.

Date: 1864
A THRILLING INCIDENT DURING VOTING,--18th WARD, PHILADELPHIA, OCT. 11.

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

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

Date: 1866
AN AUGUST CONVENTION.

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