Life and Public Services of Grover Cleveland: Twenty-second President of the United States and Democratic Nominee for Re-election, 1888. An Introductory Sketch by the Late Wm. Dorsheimer, Enlarged and Continued Through the Present Administration to the Date of Publication. Together with a Sketch of the Life and Public Services of Allen G. Thurman, Ex-United States Senator from Ohio and Democratic Nominee for Vice-president. An Account of the Democratic National Convention, St. Louis, 1888; Statement of Democratic Principles, and a Handbook of Useful Political Information
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