CARRIER'S ADDRESS TO THE PATRONS OF THE [Portland, Maine] DAILY UMPIRE, JANUARY 1, 1849. [caption title].

CARRIER'S ADDRESS TO THE PATRONS OF THE [Portland, Maine] DAILY UMPIRE, JANUARY 1, 1849. [caption title].

[Portland, Maine: 1848]. 29 x 16 cm. Broadside. Printed in two columns, with typographical border. The address extolls the election of "A leader to the people's mind... / ...the country's friend / And champion, often keely tried, / Found true as steel-- the nation's pride!" [Zachary Taylor, hero of the Mexican-American War was elected in November 1848]. The Portland Umpire, variously printed as a daily or weekly, was published between 1843-50. No OCLC. Item #63740

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