[Washington: Gideon, 1848]. 8pp, caption title [as issued]. Disbound, Very Good.
Letters from Whigs Caleb Smith of Indiana and Schenck of Ohio tell their fellows that they better vote the Whigs' 1848 presidential ticket, despite their dismay at the nomination of Zachary Taylor. The alternative is the Democrat Cass, whose election will "lead to large acquisitions of territory upon our Southern borders, no restriction upon the extension of slavery...this mad career of conquest. The election of Gen. Cass will secure the complete triumph of the most ultra views of Slavery propagandists."
FIRST EDITION. Wise & Cronin [Taylor] 27. OCLC 28312364  [as of April 2016]. Not in Sabin, Miles, Eberstadt, Decker, LCP. Item #20484