1840. Approx. 15.5" x 21", newspaper, folio.  pp. Caption title [as issued], printed in five columns. Untrimmed. Folded, small hole at center crease of both leaves [text loss of several letters], small hole in bottom margin of first leaf [no text loss]. Ink signature at head of title. Light scattered fox and wear. Good+.
This Whig paper was published in 1840-1841, supporting William Henry Harrison's presidential candidacy. Front page woodcut illustrations of "two Gold Medals to be struck, emblematical" of the triumph of Maj. Gen. William Henry Harrison, the late Gov. Isaac Shelby of Kentucky," and their men in their defeat of the British and Indian forces on the Thames in Upper Canada on October 5, 1813. Numerous articles including a continuing biographical memoir of General William H. Harrison, Dr. Channing's continuing article "Elevation of the Laboring Classes", and some songs and poetry.
Gregory 471. AI 4077. Item #21275