BANGOR, OCTOBER -- 1848. DEAR SIR: WE HAVE BEEN APPOINTED A COMMITTEE FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MAINE, INCLUDING THE COUNTIES OF PENOBSCOT, PISCATAQUIS, HANCOCK, WASHINGTON AND AROOSTOK, TO CORRESPOND WITH OUR FRIENDS AND TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE ELECTION ON THE SEVENTH OF NOVEMBER. Election of 1848.

BANGOR, OCTOBER -- 1848. DEAR SIR: WE HAVE BEEN APPOINTED A COMMITTEE FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MAINE, INCLUDING THE COUNTIES OF PENOBSCOT, PISCATAQUIS, HANCOCK, WASHINGTON AND AROOSTOK, TO CORRESPOND WITH OUR FRIENDS AND TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE ELECTION ON THE SEVENTH OF NOVEMBER...

[Bangor? 1848]. Folio sheet, folded to 7-3/4" x 10". Printed on first page only; second page blank; third page with a manuscript letter urging the recipient [whose last name is Chandler] to campaign vigorously for the Taylor-Whig ticket. Very Good.

A plea to get out the vote for Taylor. "If Gen. Taylor is elected, he will be elected by the free and spontaneous action of the people uninfluenced by money or corruption...The signs are auspicious-- all that is wanted is union, activity and organization." The printed letter is signed in type by Edward Kent, J. Wingate Carr, W.P. Wingate, Wm. C. Hammatt, Geo. W. Ingersoll, and Moses L. Appleton. Item #34421

Price: $250.00

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