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- McClellan and Pendleton! Democratic mass meeting! at the White Bear Hotel, in Addisville, on Saturday, October 15th, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. All who are in favor of free discussion, free speech, free press, our rights under the writ of habeas corpus, the Constitution as it is, the Union of the states as they were,---all Democrats and all conservative Union loving citizens are earnestly invited to attend. The following eminent speakers will address the meeting: Hon Josiah Randall, Hon. William H. Witte, Geo. W. Northrop, Esq., Hon H.P. Ross, and N.C. James, Esq., and others. Efforts are being made to procure G.J. Beebe, of New York. Decorum and good order will be observed. Seats will be prepared for the ladies. A good band of music has been engaged!
- The illustration, signed H.L.S. L. Johnson & Co. Copyright secured, is an eagle on a shield with the banner: Little Mac, and the Buckeye Boy!, 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 3# Am 1864 McClell (5)5777.F.64 (McAllister)
- M'Clellan & Pendleton One flag & one country The Central Democratic McClellan Club, in accordance with the wishes of the people, have fixed upon Wednesday, November 2, at 10 o'clock, A.M., for holding a grand mass meeting, in Doylestown, to which they cordially invite their brethren from Northampton, Lehigh, Montgomery, Philadel'a, as well as our New Jersey friends! Come one, come all Come in your strength, as your fathers came in the days of Jackson and Polk; come in delegations of hundreds and thousands, with your wives, your daughters and sweethearts; come with your big teams, your small wagons, your carriages, on horseback and on foot; come with your banners, your flags and hickory poles. Come as white freemen! to rejoice over the victory won in October last, come prepared to strike the death blow on November eighth to Lincoln despotism. Lincoln debts, Lincoln taxes, Lincoln drafts, Lincoln war, death, misery, and Lincoln misrule in general, so that, God willing, peace and prosperity, the Union, Constitution, and liberty, may at an early day, again bless the states and the people. There will be a grand procession, with bands of music, and the thirty-four states will be represented by a cavalcade of ladies!! The committee have secured the Doylestown exhibition grounds, where teams can be driven for safety. Arrangements have been made there to feed horses, aad [sic] men will be in readiness to give attention to all that drive to that place. Oats will be furnished at $1 per bushel. List of speakers: Gov. Parker [sic], Hon. John Van Buren, Hon. Samuel S. Cox, Hon. William H. Witte, Hon. Hester [sic] Clymer, Hon. Wm. A. Wallace. October 26, 1864
- Originally part of a McAllister scrapbook., Digitized by Alexander Street Press for Images of the American Civil War.
- Central Democratic McClellan Club
- Library Company of Philadelphia | Books & Other Texts | Rare 5# Am 1864 Central (5)5777.F.46 (McAllister)