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To the Whigs of 1776. Fellow citizens. You cannot but remember the cry in favor of the "men of 1776" which has continuously been kept up by the Democratic party, and which now again begins to be revived ... An old solder. [n. p. n. d.].

Refutation. To the Democratic party of Allegheny County. A paper called the Aurora, and professing to be Democratic, having made a charge against me ... I published in the morning post, the following plain denial of the charge ... George R. Ridd

Mike Walsh. The people's champion and leader of the yound or progressive democracy, nominated by the Democratic Party in Tammany Hall and elected to the New York legislature in Nov. 1846 / J. Penniman, 1847 ; lith. of G. Snyder 122 Fulton St. N.Y.

Letting the last "Democratic Drop."

Position of the Democratic Party in 1852. "Freemen of America, how long will you be ledd by such leaders"

Liberty. The fair maid of Kansas in the hands of the "border ruffians".

Forcing slavery down the throat of a freesoiler.

The great presidential race of 1856.

Political chart. Presidential campaign, 1860

Democratic ticket. [Illinois campaign ticket]

Republican and democratic tickets. [Illinois campaign ticket]

Democratic ticket. For President, Stephen A. Douglas, of Illinois. For Vice President, Herschel V. Johnson. [Campaign ticket]

It appears to me very singular that we three should strike "foul" and be "put out" while old Abe made such a "good lick."

[Printed] Letter from Col. John H. George.

Douglas & Johnson. Democratic ticket. [Ohio campaign ticket]

National Democratic ticket. For President, John C. Breckinridge of Kentucky. [Ohio Campaign ticket]

For President, John C. Breckinridge, of Kentucky. For Vice-President, Joseph Lane, of Oregon.

Epitaph. Here lie the mutilated and disjoined remains of the noblest form of government.

The Olive branch. Peace and union. How shall we obtain them?

To the laboring men of New York. Comrades: do you want to pay heavy taxes?

An Abolition traitor. There are traitors in the North as well as in the South.

A challenge!

[Printed.] Letter of Geo. B. McClellan in acceptance of the nomination Chicago Convention.

Just so!

Democracy 1832. 1864.

How shall soldiers vote?

McClellan and Pendleton. [Massachusetts Campaign ticket]

An epitaph in memory of the Democratic party. Died November 7, 1865. New York. Published and for sale at the office of the Soldiers Friend. [1866].

Leaders of the Democratic Party

Jones pays the freight

The great American osculator -- Uncle Billy kissing his way to the Presidency

An epitaph in memory of the Democratic party. Died November 2d 1880. [New York? 1880].

General order No. 329. "We pledge ourselves anew to the constitutional doctrines and traditions of the Democratic party, as illustrated by the teachings and example of a long line of Democratic statesmen." Democratic national platform, 1880 ...

[Randall holding coat tails of Morrison who is trying to cut "tariff" tree from route of "Democracy" wagon]

Jones pays the freight

"Solid South" tiger standing over "the spoils" dead deer while "mugwump" donkey, "labor vote" ox, and "prohibitionist" bird look on

The Republican deluge

["Solid South" tiger standing over "the spoils" dead deer while "mugwump" donkey, "labor vote" ox, and "prohibitionist" bird look on]

Samson agonistes

... With a view to the thorough distribution of such documents as will advise the country of the objects and aims of the Democratic party, the Republican congressional committee has decided to supply committees and all other persons with such sp

Democracy's wild steer

The Republican deluge

Randall holding coat tails of Morrison who is trying to cut "tariff" tree from route of "Democracy" wagon

The great American osculator -- Uncle Billy kissing his way to the Presidency

Democracy's wild steer

Friendly caution. Note.- The principal and only question now is, will the Democratic party again commit the blunder of attacking American industries ... G. W. Dean. New York, Nov., 1882.

Don't be deceived by a name. What is the present Democratic party, in the campaign of 1884. Testimony of a distinguished Democrat as to the condition of his party ... Vote for Blain & Logan. Tack this up. [n. p. 1884].

Anti-ring democratic meeting! to be held at the skating rink, Granville, N. Y., Monday evening, Sept. 21, 1885. The meeting will be addressed by G. A. Weller, Jr., and others who have at heart an interest in the growth of the Democratic Party ..

The rehabilitation of the Democratic party / Gillam.

In memory of the Democratic party ... Wm. Oland Bourne. [New York 1888].

Between three stools one may come to the ground

Between three stools one may come to the ground

To the fairest

To the fairest

As it was written

As it was written

Ships that pass in the night

Some random opinions of a recent disturbance

Ships that pass in the night

Some random opinions of a recent disturbance

A scriptual i.e., scriptural incident

A pair of Caesars

A scriptual [i.e., scriptural] incident

A pair of Caesars

Distressing predicament of the honorable John Boyd Thacher ...

Candidate Billy's busy day

Senator Hill says he would rather see the Democratic Party in ...

Some casual cartoonlets

On the hill

Senator Hill says he would rather see the Democratic Party in ..

Candidate Billy's busy day

Distressing predicament of the honorable John Boyd Thacher ..

Some casual cartoonlets

On the hill

What will the harvest be?

What will the harvest be?

Important Announcement! - D.B.H

He hath done what he could

Just His Size

The Orthodox Democrat

Untitled

Harmony That Will Kill -- W.J.B

A hint to the Democratic Party / J.S. Pughe.

A Contemplated Unseating

A Nebraska Harmony-Seeker

Not Music to Both Listeners

After Seven Years in the Wilderness

"Cleveland is a millstone around the Democracy's neck."- W.J. Bryan

Untitled

Democratic platform of 1904, Alton Brooks Parker

The Democratic "Elaine"

Untitled

Getting Himself Disliked

Bryan, smiling at grief

Prescribing the Party's Complexion

Yours truly, W.J. Bryan

William J. Bryan, Democratic nominee for president 1908

Where Women First Voted

Biographical sketches of presidential candidates of the Democratic party at the presidential primary election to be held throughout the state of California on Tuesday, May 14, 1912. Woodrow Wilson. Champ Clark.

Miss Kate M. Gordon is president of the Southern States Woman Suffrage Conference, and editor of the "New Southern Citizen." Miss Gordon some years ago visited Oregon and held suffrage meetings in this state. She says concerning party responsibility, "We believe that the first step in our campaign is to get the Democratic Party to commit itself to suffrage. We believe this is an essential step before any of the state legislatures will submit."