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Lincoln and Johnson! Rally! Rally! Grand Union mass meeting, barbecue and public dinner! At Elkton, Md. Wednesday, November 2d. The following distinguished speakers will be present to address the meeting: Hon. Thomas Swann, Dr. C.C. Cox, Hon. E.H. Webster, Hon. R. Stockett Matthews, Hon. Alex. Evans, Hon. W.D. Kelley. Several bands of music are engaged
Printed in red and blue., The illustration is a U.S. flag., Originally part of a McAllister scrapbook., Digitized by Alexander Street Press for Images of the American Civil War.
Library Company of Philadelphia | Books & Other Texts | Rare 4# Am 1864 Lincoln (5)5777.F.48 (McAllister)
Union mass meeting! The friends of the government of the United States, and supporters of the national and state authorities, without regard to party distinction, will assemble in mass convention at Chester! On Thursday, October 8th, in the afternoon and evening commencing at 2 and 7 o'clock, P.M. Come men of Pennsylvania, in the spirit of freedom, to support your brave brethren who are in arms ... your government, and for the protection of your property and homes. Come! all who are in favor of the supremacy of law, order and the Constitution, and who wish to avoid the anarchy and despotism which an atrocious rebellion would impose on the freemen of the United States. The following gentlemen will be present and address the meeting: Gov. Andrew G. Curtin, Gen. B.F. Bruce, of New York, Col. R.S. Mathews, of Baltimore, Col. Philip S. White, of Philadelphia, John W. Forney, Esq. Hon. John M. Broomall, " John Hickman, Wayne McVeagh, Esq. Morton McMichael, Esq. and other eminent speakers who will be sent by the State Central Committee. A splendid display of pyrotecnics will take place in the evening, under the direction of Prof. Jackson
There are 105 additional names listed in the Committee of Arrangements., Oct. 8 fell on a Thursday in 1863., The illustration, signed H.L.S. L.Johnson & Co. Copyright secured, shows an eagle on a shield, with the banner: No party but our country., Originally part of a McAllister scrapbook; torn and repaired, affecting some text., Digitized by Alexander Street Press for Images of the American Civil War.
Library Company of Philadelphia | Books & Other Texts | Rare 4# Am 1863 Union (5)5777.F.15 (McAllister)