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Date: 1848
[Untitled] "Can you rest one hand on the sacred altar of Liberty, and with the other extend the domain of the darkest curse . . ."

Date: 1848
BALTIMORE BAKERY.

Date: 1848
THE DEMOCRATIC FUNERAL OF 1848.

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

Date: 1848
WHIG HARMONY.

Date: 1852
A DISH OF "BLACK TURTLE".

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

Date: 1852
Position of the Democratic Party in 1852. "Freemen of America, how long will you be ledd by such Leaders."

Date: 1856
DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM ILLUSTRATED.

Date: 1856
FORCING SLAVERY DOWN THE THROAT OF A FREESOILER

Date: 1856
LIBERTY, THE FAIR MAID OF KANSAS--IN THE HANDS OF THE "BORDER RUFFIANS."

Date: 1856
THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM.

Date: 1856
THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL RACE OF 1856.

Date: 1860
"THE IMPENDING CRISIS"--OR CAUGHT IN THE ACT.

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

Date: 1860
"THE NIGGER" IN THE WOODPILE.

Date: 1860
[Lincoln & Douglas in a presidential footrace]. No. 1. 1860.

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
LETTING THE CAT OUT OF THE BAG!!

Date: 1860
THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1860.

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

Date: 1860
THE UNDECIDED POLITICAL PRIZE FIGHT.

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