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Richard Mentor Johnson
Report of the Committee of the Senate of the United States Transportation and Delivery of the Mails on the Sabbath
Baltimore: William Wooddy, [1832]. Richard Mentor Johnson, 1780-1850, used copies of his two reports favorable to Sunday Mails (as a Senator from Kentucky, he served the Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads from 10 December 1819 to 3 March 1829) as campaign literature: for Vice-President with Jackson in 1832 (he withdrew) and as Van Buren's running mate in 1835 (elected by Senate 1837). 4 pamphlet versions of his 1829 report are known, and 2 printed on textiles (the other was published by James Lovegrove in Baltimore, printed by Lucas & Deaver on silk). This version was printed on silk by William Wooddy in Baltimore, illustrating a Troy coach. Johnson's supporters could use this bandanna as a neckscarf.
Bookseller: aGatherin' [United States]
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