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A downright gabbler, or a goose that deserves to be hissed. [graphic]

Emancipation. [graphic] / Th. Nast; King & Baird, Printers, 607 Sansom Street, Philadelphia.

Emancipation: the past and the future. [graphic] / Th. Nast.

The first of May 1865 or gen'l moving day in Richmond Va. [graphic] / Lith. by Kimmel & Forster, 254 & 256 Canal St., N.Y.

Fixing a block-head to the Constitution or putting a wart on the nose of old ironsides. [graphic]

A foot-race. [graphic]

All on hobbies, gee up, gee ho! [graphic] / C.

Slave emancipation; or John Bull gulled out of twenty million. [graphic]

"Your plan and mine." [graphic]

Worship of the North. [graphic]

A strike! A strike! [graphic] / C.

Southern ideas of liberty ; New method of assorting the mail, as practised by southern slave-holders, or attack on the post office, Charleston, S.C. [graphic]

West India luxury!! [graphic] / J.F.

Views of slavery : [graphic] / Does the slaveholder admit the slave to be a human being? If so we would ask his interpretation of the following sentiment "Whatsoever ye would that men should do unto you, do you even so to them."

Jeff. Davis in prison.

An affecting scene in Kentucky. [graphic]

Abraham's dream! : "Coming events cast their shadows before." [graphic].

The abolition Garrison in danger & the narrow escape of the Scotch Ambassador. [graphic]

A confederacy against the Constitution and the rights of the people with an historical view of the component parts of this diabolical transaction [graphic].

The bloody massacre perpetuated in King Street, Boston, on March 5th, 1770, by a party of the 25th Regt. [graphic] / engrav'd, printed & sold by Paul Revere, Boston.

[Scraps no. 3 for 1832] [graphic] / Designed, engraved and published by D.C. Johnston, 19 Water St.

[Scraps no. 3. for 1832] [graphic] / Designed engraved and published by D.C. Johnston.

[Scraps no. 3 for 1832] [graphic] / Designed engraved & published by D.C. Johnston 19 Water St.

[Scraps no. 3 for 1832] [graphic] / Designed engraved & published by D.C. Johnston.

The results of abolitionism. [graphic]

Not very like a whale but very like a fish. Seventh Ward Promenades. [graphic] /. A. Shad

Northern coat of arms. [graphic]

Practical amalgamation. [graphic]

Political caricature no.3. The abolition catastrophe, or the November smash-up. [graphic]

The past and the future. [graphic] / Th. Nast.

The people putting responsibility to the test or the downfall of the kitchen cabinet and collar presses. [graphic] / T.W. Whitley alias Sir Joshua invt..

The last offer of reconciliation [graphic] : In rememberance of Prest. A. Lincolns. "The door is open for all." H. Thomas; Lithogr. by Kimmel & Forster 256 Canal Str. N.Y.

Much ado about nothing or a militia court-martial. [graphic]

[Manufacturing cigars for the poodles. A sketch from the Havannah.] [graphic] / [As hungry dogs will dirty pudding eat. So poodles suck such nauceous trash for treats.]

Jeff. Davis., the compromiser, in a tight place. [graphic]

John Brown exhibiting his hangman. [graphic]

[I] take the responsibility. [graphic] / Hassan Straightshanks, Del.

Immediate emancipation illustrated. [graphic]

How free ballot is protected. [graphic] / J.E. Baker, del.

I take it on my responsibility. [graphic]

Columbia's noblest sons [graphic] / Manson Lang, 542 Broadway, New York; Lithog. & printed by Kimmel & Forster 254 &n 256 Canal Str. N.Y.

The election a medley, humbly inscribed, to Squire Lilliput Professor of Scurrillity. [graphic]

The election a medley, humbly inscribed, to Squire Lilliput Professor of Scurrillity. [graphic].

A new song suitable to the season, to the tune of good English beer. [graphic]

The happy negro. [graphic] / J.F.

A peep into the Antifederal Club. [graphic]

West India fashionables. [graphic] : On a visit in style. Taking a ride. / J.F.

A West India sportsman. [graphic] : Make haste with the sangaree Quashie and tell Quaco to drive the birds up to me - I'm ready. / J.F.

The rail candidate. [graphic]

A case of infectious fever (from "84 South Street, 4 doors from Callowhill Street," Philadelphia) before the New York Board of Health [graphic].

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