[South Berwick, ME?]: 1840. Broadside, 11-3/4" x 14-1/2." Text as recited above in bold type of various sizes. Beneath are the printed signatures in smaller type of about 200 local citizens endorsing the call for assembly. Old folds as usual, with several small pinholes along the folds which do not affect text. Ink signature on blank verso, "Micajah Grant" [preceded by "Mrs"? "Hon."?]. Good plus.
South Berwick Democrats seek support for the re-election of Maine Governor John Fairfield (1797-1847). Elected in 1838, he beat his Whig [i.e., "Federalist"] opponent in the 1840 campaign.
Not located on OCLC as of January 2021, or at the online AAS site. Item #37337