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The Log Cabin, New York, January 23, 1841

4 pages, The Log Cabin, New York, Saturday, January 23, 1841, with vignette of a log cabin at upper center with an American flag flying with the motto, "Retrenchment And Reform." Published by Horace Greeley with his name printed in the upper left margin. Stories include: Government Officers, Agents, And Salaries. Besides the story it gives an itemized list of positions with their salaries. It is interesting to note that Major Generals in 1841 earned $5,000 annually, while Brigadier Generals received $3,150. The list includes all ranks right down...  

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National Intelligencer, Washington City, October 21, 1813

News of the War of 1812 with reports from General William Henry Harrison

4 pages. The articles include news about the Maryland and New Jersey Elections; Ad for a portrait of the late Captain James Lawrence, U.S.N.; Reward for the apprehension of a deserter from the 38th Regiment U.S. Infantry signed in print by Captain John Brookes of the same regiment; news from Upper Marlborough, and Prince George's County, Maryland; lengthy article about Geography; General Harrison's Victory which includes a very lengthy letter (3 1/2 columns) from Major...  

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Niles' Weekly Register, Baltimore, February 14, 1815

Includes Letters From General Andrew Jackson, President James Madison and Statesman James Mason

16 pages, 6 x 9 1/2.

New England Convention. Difference in favor of Southern States. The Olive Branch. Legislature of Massachusetts. Glorious News From New Orleans. 3 Letters From Major General Andrew Jackson to the Secretary of War Regarding Recent Action. Inspector General A.P. Hayne Reports the Killed, Wounded and Prisoners Taken at the Battle at Larond's Plantation. Proclamation From the President of the United States James Madison....  

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Niles Weekly Register, Baltimore, February 4, 1815

News of General Andrew Jackson, the War of 1812 and the important battle of New Orleans

16 pages, 6 x 9 1/2.

Legislature of Pennsylvania; Inaugural Address to the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania given by Simon Snyder. Brevet Appointments; Adjutant and Inspector General's Office, 1st December, 1814. (Long list by name, rank and date of appointment). List of officers brevetted for gallantry by the President. Events of the War; Lengthy accounts (several pages) of the battles of New Orleans and St....  

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Niles Weekly Register, Baltimore, May 7, 1814

News of the War of 1812

16 pages, 6 x 9 1/2. Internal Improvement; Report of the commissioners appointed by the legislature of New York, on the 8th of March, 1814, to provide for the internal improvement of the state. Trial of General Hull, of the United States Army, having been submitted to the President of the United States, for the charges of treason against the United States, cowardice, neglect of duty, and un-officer like conduct all during the War of 1812; Outlines in great detail all of the charges and specifications, etc. (9 pages of...  

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The Globe, City of Washington, August 11, 1837

4 pages. Report From the Naval Commissioner's Office; Live Oak Timber, Navy Sloop Clothing For The Year 1838, Beef and Pork For 1838. Report From the Office of Commissary General of Subsistence. Proposal For 4,500 Indian Rifles. Patriotism of the Federal Party. North Carolina Elections. Prospectus of the United States Magazine and Democratic Review. $200 Reward Advertisement For Runaway Slave. Much more interesting news and advertisements from our nation's capital in 1837.  

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The Evening Post, New York, April 25, 1860

Filled with news from the 1860 Presidential Election Convention in Charleston, S.C.

4 huge pages filled with news from the Charleston Convention. Also discusses the 36th U.S. Congress, the policy of the Republican Party, N.Y. Governor Morgan, the Slave Ship Wanderer, and much more. Written in red ink at the top of the newspaper is: Senator Stephen A. Douglas nominated for President, to run against Abraham Lincoln. Light age toning and wear. Very fine.  

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Group Lot of 5 Boston Cultivator Newspapers, 1848-1849

Office, No. 22 North Market Street, Boston, Massachusetts.

Includes the following issues:

1. Saturday Morning, March 25, 1848

2. Saturday Morning, May 19, 1849

3. Saturday Morning, June 9, 1849

4. Saturday Morning, July 7, 1849

5. Saturday Morning, July 14, 1849

Each newspaper is 8 pages, and includes some illustrations. There is a vignette at the top of the masthead with a spread winged eagle and a riband with the motto, "Improve The Soil And The Mind." Mainly a farming related newspaper with...  

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