Democratic / Catechism / of Negro Equality / Who said that all men are created equal? Thomas Jefferson, the / Father of Democracy. / [followed by 16 more questions designed to show that the Democratic Party supported Negro suffrage].

Philadelphia, PA: Johnson's No. 18 North Tenth St. nd [1863 or 1864?]. Second edition (first published by Johnson's with "July 4, 1863" appended to the title and with a slightly different publisher's address). Printed broadside, 9 x 6 3/8 inches, employing three sizes and styles of type in the title. Ends with the statement "All these things were done by the Democrats, and yet they deny being in favor of negro equality, and charge it upon the Republicans — just like the thief who cries 'stop thief' the loudest. N.B. — Send your Democratic friend one of these Valuable Documents." Not in Blockson catalogue. OCLC locates two copies of this edition (Brown, Chicago Public) and six of the first edition. Very good. Foxing, a little edge wear. (8554). Item #61655

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