[New York: 1852]. 16pp, untrimmed, uncut, and folded. Dusted, lightly worn, some spine splitting. Good+.
A Democratic Party rally during the 1852 presidential campaign, endorsing "with joyous hearts, the names of Franklin Pierce and William R. King as the favored standard bearers of our political faith in the present campaign. In looking over the troubles and darkness which hung around our National Convention, the name of Pierce was discovered, like an oasis in our desert, to cheer and gladden us all."
This is a variant printing. Our copy's title ends as noted above; the title of the other issue ends with, 'Also Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions of 1798 and 1799.' Our issue does not print those Resolutions. Pages 15-16 print the list of Evening Post Documents for the 1852 campaign.
OCLC 319715221 [as of 7/12]. See Sabin 89203 and OCLC 21984603  for the other issue. Item #25283