[np: @1850s?]. Broadside, printed in two columns beneath caption title. 6-3/8" x 12-3/8". Old folds, closed tear at blank upper margin, lightly spotted at center. Good+.
The broadside is filled with 'insider' references; they have resisted our effort to comprehend them. It consists of a series of complaints against one Hinchman, whose "advent among us was not agreeable, and he came without solicitation... The emigration of the said Hinchman from among us is the wish of each member of this club; and furthermore, resolved, that we will bring about said emigration peacibly if we can, forcibly if we are obliged to; kill him, if we must." Hinchman, among his other sins, "has been guilty of stealing the bills which the Braves stuck up in and about this city."
We locate no reference to this mysterious broadside. Item #35044