Speech of Governor Seymour at Philadelphia..
|Main Author:||Seymour, Horatio, 1810-1886.|
|Other Authors:||Democratic Party (U.S.). Central Executive Campaign Committee., McLellan Lincoln Collection (Brown University)|
[New York, N.Y. : Central Executive Campaign Committee, 1864
Campaign document (Democratic Party (U.S.)) ;
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|050||0||0|||a E458.4 |b .D442 no. 21 |a E459. S515|
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|245||1||0|||a Speech of Governor Seymour at Philadelphia..|
|260|||a [New York, N.Y. : |b Central Executive Campaign Committee, |c 1864]|
|300|||a 8 p. ; |c 23 cm.|
|490||1|||a Campaign document, ; |v No. 21.|
|500|||a Caption title.|
|500|||a At head of title: "Sold at 13 Park Row, New York, and at all Democratic newspaper offices, at $1 per 1,000 pages."|
|500|||a Copies were issued in Hand-book of the Democracy for 1863 & '64, listed in the table of contents under Publications of the Central Executive Campaign Committee as "21. Gov. Seymour". Another item in the Hand-book, "The two letters of Gen. H.M. Naglee about Gen. McClellan", is also designated "Campaign document no. 21", but listed as no. 34 in the table of contents under Publications of the Society for the Diffusion of Political Knowledge.|
|590|||a Hay Lincoln copy (E440 .H3): In Hand-book of the Democracy for 1863 & '64; listed in contents under Publications of the Central Executive Campaign Committee as no. 21, "Gov. Seymour".|
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|651||0|||a United States |x Politics and government |y 1861-1865.|
|710||2|||a Democratic Party (U.S.). |b Central Executive Campaign Committee.|
|710||2||9|||a McLellan Lincoln Collection (Brown University) |5 RPB.|
|730||0|||a Hand-book of the Democracy for 1863 & '64. |5 RPB.|
|752|||a United States |b New York (State) |d New York.|
|830||0|||a Campaign document (Democratic Party (U.S.)) ; |v no. 21.|
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