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Proceedings at the Republican Celebration, at Washington, of the Extinguishment of the National Debt, and the Victory at New Orleans.
1835
 

Another gross Forgery of J.B. Moore, an infamous Falsehood of Samuel Bell, EXPOSED!! New Hampshire Patriot...March 8, 1828. [Caption title]. Folio Broadsheet,11.5"x19," Old Folds, Fine.
1828
 

Letter from a Farmer in the County of Rockingham to his Brother in the County of Merrimack, in New-Hampshire. [Caption title].
1832
 

Official Record From the War Department, of the Proceedings of the Court Martial Which Tried, and the Orders of General Jackson for Shooting THE SIX MILITIA MEN, Together with Official Letters from the War Department, (Ordered to be Printed by Congress) Showing That These American Citizens Were Inhumanly & Illegally Massacred.
1828
 

ANON Hints for the People, with Some Thoughts on the Presidential Election. By Rusticus.
1823
 

ANON. The Political Mirror: or Review of Jacksonism.
1835
 

ANON. ALS, 4 pp., tall 4to, in ink, signed "Lysimachus," for the A[merican] S[entinel], "To John Q. Adams, President of the United States," ca. 1828.
1828
 

ANON. Signed "B". Lines Written for the United States Telegraph, on the Death of Mrs. Jackson. [Caption title]. Verse broadside on silk, with typographical border, 27 x 15 cm.
1829
 

BARTLETT, JOSIAH. Speech of Mr. Bartlett, at a Meeting of Citizens Opposed to the Re-election of Andrew Jackson, Holden at Portsmouth, N.H. Oct. 15, 1832.
1832
 

BLACK, JEREMIAH S. Eulogy on the Life and Character of General Andrew Jackson, Delivered at Bedford, Pa., July 28th, 1845.
1845
 

BOTSFORD, MRS. MARGA Viola; Heiress of St. Valverde. An Original Romance. To Which is Added a Variety of Original Poetical Pieces.
1829
 

CHILD, DAVID L. Political Extracts from a Leading Adams Paper, the Massachusetts Journal, Edited and Published in Boston...and Recommended to Public Patronage by H.A.S. Dearborn [and six others].
1828
 

DAVID, J.C.. David's Display of the Specific Distinctions (On prominent Principles or essence of the Soul;) Of the Executive and Each Individual of the Executive Council. Also, of All the Members Composing the Synod of the Federal Government at Washington in the Years 1834, 1835, 1836. With Observations on the Advantage of Learned Legislators Contrasted with the Misrule of Ignorance, &c.
1836
 

DECATUR, SUSAN. A.L.S., to Major General Andrew Jackson, March 11, 1829, in ink.
1829
 

DERBY, JOHN BARTON. Political Reminiscences, Including a Sketch of the Origin and History of the "Statesman Party" of Boston.
1835
 

DERBY, JOHN BARTON. Political Reminiscences, including a Sketch of the Origin and History of the "Statesman Party" of Boston. [and] Second Part...
1835
 

EVERETT, ALEXANDER H The Conduct of the Administration.
1832
 

GALLATIN, ALBERT et Report of the "Union Committee" Appointed by the Meeting of the Signers of the Memorial to Congress, Held on the 11th Day of February, 1834, at the Merchants' Exchange, in the City of New-York.
1834
 

GENET, EDMOND CHARLE ALS, 4to, 1 p., plus small portions of two other pages (folio sheet, folded). in ink, Prospect Hill, December 21, 1831, to William L. Marcy (apparently; short lower fold lost).
1831
 

GREEN, DUFF Ed.. UNITED STATES TELEGRAPH--Extra. Vol. I, No. 1 - no. 36. March 1, 1828 - January 24, 1829.
1828
 

HAINES, SAMUEL. Letter of Samuel Haines, Esquire, in Vindication of Himself Against the Unfounded and Slanderous Charges of Capt. John B. Walbach, Which Prevented His Appointment as Major in the New Army.
1812
 

HATCH, MRS. CORA Med A Lecture on Secession, by Gen. Andrew Jackson, Delivered at Dodworth's Hall, on the Evening of Sunday, Jan. 19, 1861.
1861
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. Protest of the President, Against the Usurpations of the Senate. In Senate--Thursday, April 17. [Caption title].
1834
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. Inaugural Address Delivered by Andrew Jackson, on Being Sworn into Office, as President of the U. States, on the 4th of March, 1829. [Caption title]. Broadside, on silk, 9.5" x 12". Printed in two columns, with handsome typographical border. Short tear in right side border, small spot of foxing, but very fine, in a modern frame.
1829
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. WORCESTER COUNTY REPUBLICAN. EXTRA. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. [Caption title.] Narrow folio broadsheet, four columns on each side.
1832
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. Proclamation By Andrew Jackson, President of the United States. [Caption title].
1832
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. American and Herald Extra. Saturday, July 14, 1832. Message from the President of the United States, Returning the Bank bill, with his objections...[Caption title & partial text]. Folio broadside, in six columns. Rebacked, slight damage on old folds. Early owner's name in ink showing through at top.
1832
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. President's Message. Salem Gazette, Register, and Observer, Extra....Dec. 11. [Caption title]. Large folio broadsheet, six columns of text on each side.
1830
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. President's Message. National Intelligencer--Extra. Washington, Tuesday, December 8, 1835. [Caption title]. Large folio broadsheet, six columns on the recto and five on the verso.
1835
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. The Veto Message. Message from the President of the United States, Returning the Bank Bill, with his objections, &c. [Caption title].
1832
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. Repository--Extra. Chambersburg, Wednesday Night, Dec. 9. From the United States Telegraph Extra of December 8, 1829. This day...the President of the United States communicated to both Houses of Congress the following Message...[Caption title & partial text]. Elephant folio broadsheet, folded. Six columns on recto, four columns on verso.
1829
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. Gen. Andrew Jackson.: Was born at Waxsaw, South Carolina March 15th 1767... Elected president of the United States February 11th 1829, reelected in 1832: Inaugural Address, delivered on being sworn into office, March 4th 1829...[Caption title]. 12mo. broadside, on coated stock, entirely engraved, with portrait of Jackson.
1836
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. President Jackson's Proclamation. [Caption title]. Broadside, 25.5" x 20." Printed in five columns on silk, with wide borders of flowers and medallions.
1832
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. Proclamation, By Andrew Jackson, President of the United States. [Caption title]. Broadside printed in gold in four columns, with ornate typographical border. 17" x 14."
1832
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. The Proclamation of Andrew Jackson, President, To the People of the United States of America. [Title in three lines, on silk, with typographical border & eagle at top center. Five columns of text].
1832
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. Supplement to the National Intelligencer. Wash[i]ngton: Friday, January 18, 1833. Message of the President [Andrew Jackson]…to both Houses of Congress, transmitting copies of the Ordinance and other Documents, and his Proclamation in relation to South Carolina [caption and sub-heading]. Elephant folio broadsheet (15” x 21”), five columns per side. Old folds, lightly toned and foxed. Very good.
1833
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. The President's Proclamation, Relating to the South Carolina Ordinance. [Caption title]. Broadside on silk, with typographical borders, printed in seven columns.
1832
 

JACKSON. Manuscript Tally Sheet "At an Election held at the School house near Thos. Day's Inn, in Anderson Township in the County of Warrick, State of Indiana, on the first Monday in November, 1832, for the purpose of Electing Electors to Vote for President and Vice President, School Commissioner..." Folio, with school commissioner results cut away, voters 27-41 on a separate slip, pinned to list. Votes by voter & elector on one side, results tallied on other. Ink. Very good. (Warrick County is located in southwestern Indiana, not far north of the Ohio River and Kentucky.)
1832
 

JOHNSON, SAMUEL. Political Reflections, Delivered on Springfield-Hill, Massachusetts, March 4th, 1829, in Commemoration of the Inauguration of Gen. Andrew Jackson as President of the United States.
1829
 

KENDALL, AMOS Editor Containing an Epitome of the Proceedings of Congress and Dissertations Upon Currency, Exchanges, the Tariff, and Other Subjects, with a Summary of Current News. Vol. I, # 1-26. Feb. 3-Dec. 16, 1841. Plus an Extra for March 20, 1841, containing a Proclamation by Harrison.
1841
 

KNIGHT, GOV. NEHEMIA Gov. Knight's Address to the Farmers of Rhode-Island. October, 1832.
1832
 

LACOCK, ABNER. (From the Pennsylvania Intelligencer.) To the People of Pennsylvania. Fellow Citizens: Those of you who have perused the remarks which I have recently addressed to the members of the legislature…will have observed that I have been reluctantly dragged before the public in defence of myself and family from having been assailed with unprovoked virulence…and you will have seen that the only offence I have committed was the opposition, or rather the supposed opposition, I have given, or should give, to the election of Gen. Jackson as a president of the United States….[Caption title and beginning of text]. Broadside, 17” x 11," text in four columns, signed in type by A. Lacock at Spring Dale, [Pa.], June 28, 1828, at conclusion.
1828
 

MAYO, ROBERT. Political Sketches of Eight Years in Washington; in Four Parts, with Annotations to Each. Also a General Appendix...
1839
 

MAYO, ROBERT. The Affidavit of Andrew Jackson, Taken by the Defendants in the Suit of Robert Mayo vs. Blair & Rives for Libel, Analysed and Refuted.
1840
 

MUHLENBERG, HENRY A. Address of the Committee of Correspondence of Berks county, appointed at the Meeting of the twenty-second of February last, to their Fellow Citizens of Berks county. [Caption title]. Elephant folio broadside, printed in five columns, with typographical border. Matted. Browned. Small break, without loss.
1827
 

PARSONS, THEOPHILUS. An Address...on the Duties of Educated Men in a Republic.
1835
 

SEWARD, WILLIAM H. Speech of William H. Seward, on the Resolutions Concerning the Removal of the Government Deposites. In the Senate of New-York, January, 1834.
1834
 

SNELLING, WILLIAM J. Brief and Impartial History of the Life and Actions of Andrew Jackson...by a Free Man.
1831
 

WEBSTER, EZEKIEL. A Defence of the National Administration, in an Address to the People of New-Hampshire. By Cato.
1828
 

WOODBURY, WILLIAM?, To the Citizens of Maine. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside, printed in two columns, with four names signed beneath in ink, and pasted below a slip of paper with ten more signatures in ink.
1832
 

WOODWORTH, SAMUEL. The Hunters of Kentucky; or the Battle of New Orleans. [Caption title]. 16" x 9". Broadside verse in two columns, with typographical border and engravings. Fine.
1824
 

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