THE CARRIER'S ADDRESS TO THE PATRONS OF THE JEFFERSONIAN. January 1, 1835. [Caption title]. Carrier's Address.
THE CARRIER'S ADDRESS TO THE PATRONS OF THE JEFFERSONIAN. January 1, 1835. [Caption title].

THE CARRIER'S ADDRESS TO THE PATRONS OF THE JEFFERSONIAN. January 1, 1835. [Caption title].

[Portland, ME: 1835]. Broadside with two columns of prose and verse, within a double typographical border. 39 x 27.5 cm. Apparently unrecorded. Begun in 1826 in Paris, Maine, the paper was transferred by Horatio King to Portland in May 1833. He had published it for three years previously in Paris, six months of which he was in partnership with Hannibal Hamlin. King's paper was a weekly, and took the Democratic side. It was published for several years with a good degree of success, when Mr. King, finding more congenial pursuits, removed to Washington, and the paper ceased to be issued. Item #64391

Price: $350.00

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