The Whig Almanac, and Politician's Register, for 1838: Containing Full Tables of the Votes for President in the Several States by Counties, Compared with the Votes Cast in the Same States and Counties During the Last Year. : With a List of the Chief Executive and Judicial Officers of the United States, and Members of Congress. : Also, a Variety of Anecdotes, Bon Mots, and Other Political Matter, Besides the Usual Almanac Tables, &c. &c (Google eBook)

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George Dearborn & Company, 38 Gold-street. For sale also at the New Yorker office, 127 Nassau-st. Stereotyped by F.F. Ripley., 1838 - Elections - 42 pages
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Page 18 - Hampshire Vermont* Massachusetts! Rhode Island Connecticut^: New York New Jersey§ Pennsylvania Delaware Maryland Virginia North Carolina...
Page 3 - Rights' men, who were thrown into a position of armed neutrality towards the administration by the doctrines of the proclamation of 1832 against South Carolina ; (3) A majority of those before known as Anti-Masons ; (4) Many who had up to that time been known as Jackson men, but who united in condemning the high-handed conduct of the Executive, the immolation of Duane, and the subserviency of Taney ; (5) Numbers who had not before taken any part in politics, but who were now awakened from their apathy...
Page 17 - Vermont* Massachusetts* Rhode Island* Connecticut, New- York, New-Jersey* Pennsylvania, Delaware* Maryland* Virginia, North Carolina* South Carolina,* Georgia,* Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee,* В Elected.
Page 20 - John Chaney, Samson Mason, J. Alexander, jr.. Alexander Harper, DP Leadbetter, Wm. H. Hunter, John W. Allen. Elisha Whittlesey, AW Loomis, Matthias Shepler, Daniel Kilgore.
Page 3 - Whig Almanac" for 1838, the party as then constituted comprised : " (1) Most of those who, under the name of National Republicans, had previously been known as supporters of Adams and Clay, and advocates of the American system ; (2) Most of those who, acting in defence of what they deemed the assailed or threatened rights of the States, had been stigmatized as Nullifiers, or the...
Page 3 - Jackson, from the one safe, advantageous, and proper depositary designated by law, into forty or fifty State banks. That reckless and most indefensible measure — which lies at the foundation of all our subsequent commercial, financial, and general calamities — necessarily gave rise to an intense political excitement, and to a new organization of parties, in which was partially merged all former distinctions. " The Whig Party comprised — " 1. Most of those who, under the name of National Republicans,...
Page 3 - The American Whig Party was formed in the spring of 1834 by a union, so far as their common objects and views seemed to dictate, of all those who condemned the most arbitrary and unconstitutional removal of the deposits of the public treasure by General Jackson, from the one safe, advantageous and proper depository designated by law, into forty or fifty State banks. That reckless and most indefensible measure...
Page 17 - MARTIN VAN BUREN, RICHARD M. JOHNSON, John Forsyth, Levi Woodbury, Joel R. Poinsett, James K. Paulding, Amos Kendall, Felix Grundy SUPREME COURT. ROGER B. TANEY, Joseph Story, Smith Thompson, John M'Lean, Henry Baldwin, James M. Wayne, Philip P. Barbour, William Catron, John M'Kinley, New- York.
Page 19 - Charles G. Slratton, Thos. J Yorke. "PENNSYLVANIA. Lemuel Painter John Sergeant, George W. Toland, Charles Naylor, Edward Davies, David Potts, Edw
Page 30 - Gwinnett, Habersham, Hall, Hancock, Harris, Heard, Henry, Houston, Irwin, Jackson, Jasper, Jefferson, Jones, Laurens, Lee, Liberty, Lincoln, Lowndes, Lumpkin, Macon, Madison, Marion...

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