The Whig Party: Its Objects--its Principles--its Candidates--its Duties--and Its Prospects. An Address to the People of Rhode-Island, Published in the Providence Journal, in a Series of Articles During the Months of September and October, 1844 (Google eBook)
Knowles and Vose, Printers, 1844 - 44 pages
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