Cincinnati, (OH): Lodge, L’Hommedieu, and Hammond, printers, 1828. Tall 8vo. (4), 400 pp. (printed double-column). Contemporary half-leather and marbled boards, leather spine label; some rubbing to the spine, but an attractive very good copy. Item #47367
First edition, issued monthly January through October, 1828 (all published). Periodical dedicated to exposing Jackson’s shortfalls: “The danger must not only be made known; it must be met and repelled.” Though advocating a position of adhering to facts, this periodical, under the leadership of Charles Hammond, editor of the Cincinnati Gazette, spread virulent accusations and rumors against Jackson during the 1828 presidential campaign. Sabin 97272: “Planned from the beginning to be continued for ten months only.”.