MIDDLETOWN, JAN. 29TH, 1846. DEAR SIR:- HAVING BEEN APPOINTED A STATE COMMITTEE BY THE LAST DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION, IT BECOMES A DUTY WHICH WE OWE TO THE DEMOCRACY OF THE STATE, TO INVITE TO OUR AID SOME OF THE MOST ACTIVE, EFFICIENT, AND INFLUENTIAL MEMBERS OF THE PARTY, IN EVERY TOWN, TO ASSIST US IN DEVISING AND PERFECTING SUCH AN ORGANIZATION OF THE SAME, AS SHALL, IF POSSIBLE, SECURE TO US THE ASCENDANCY IN THE LEGISLATURE, AT THE APPROACHING ELECTION...

Middletown: Jan. 29th, 1846. Printed Broadside, 5-1/8" x 10," enclosed within a folded sheet for mailing to "John Warner, Esq, Wethersfield, Conn." with postal cancel "Rocky Hill CT" and ink date "Feby 9" within the postal mark. A manuscript note, evidently to Warner, is included on the verso of the postal address: "Messrs Welles Adams and Alfred Francis together with yourself comprise a Committee for the town of Wethersfield." Old mailing folds, tear at blank portion from opening the seal. The broadside is in Fine condition.

Members of the Democratic State Committee sign in type: Henry D. Smith, Charles Woodward, James T. Pratt. They urge concerted and vigorous action to elect Democrats in the upcoming State elections.
Not located in American Imprints or on OCLC as of June 2020. Item #36862

Price: $250.00