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245 04 $a The campaign of '48.
246 1 $a Campaign of 1848
264 1 $a Lynchburg, Virginia : $b Glass & Woodson, $c [1848]-
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362 1 $a Began with: Number 1 (May 12, 1848); ceased in November 1849?
500 $a "Principles, not men."
500 $a Issued until after the presidential election held on 7th November 1849.
500 $a Democratic campaign newspaper.
588 $a Description based on: Number 1 (May 12, 1848); title from masthead.
588 $a Latest issue consulted: Number 1 (May 12, 1848).
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