To the Republicans of Massachusetts [electronic resource] : The Republican State Committee need less money than usual during the year 1859, to carry on the campaign; but still upwards of a thousand dollars have been advanced ... and more is needed ... to secure a Republican House of Representatives. To retain our organization in Massachusetts, and to perfect it as far as possible for the presidential contest of next year, to furnish material aid elsewhere when needed, and to circulate documents in those parts of the country where a knowledge of our principles is required to ensure success in the battle of 1860, we make our annual appeal to the Republicans of the state. ...

Republican Party (Mass.) [Browse]
[Boston : s.n., 1859]
1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x 13 cm.


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American broadsides and ephemera. First series ; no. 10508. [More in this series]
  • Signed: James W. Stone, chairman state finance committee. Boston, Aug. 22, 1859.
  • Followed by: Dear Sir:-- Any amount you may see fit to contribute for the important object stated above, may be sent to my address, 12 Tremont Street, Boston, or to Dr. J.W. Stone. ... Yours respectfully, George W. Light. Boston, Oct. 15, 1859.
  • Printed area measures 12.0 x 9.7 cm.
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