Wlliam Gilmore Simms
Scrapbook E (Part I) >> [Page 195] >> Mr. Calhoun's Address — The Address of Southern Delegates in Congress to their Constituents

Item informationTitle: Mr. Calhoun's Address — The Address of Southern Delegates in Congress to their Constituents
Genre: Speech
Publication informationVolume: E (Part I)
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      Resource Identifier: SE1_18xx_543
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      Composition history Public Ledger, XXVI (Jan. 30, 1849), 1.

      National Era, III (Feb. 1, 1849), 19.
      Description ''We, whose names are hereunto annexed, address you ...''

      Clipping reads: [double rule] | THE COURIER. | [double rule] | BY A.S. WILLINGTON & CO. | CITY PRINTERS. | [double rule] | FEBRUARY 1, 1849 | [double rule] | What is it but a map of busy Life? ...Cowper. | [double rule] | DAILY PAPER, Ten Dollars per annum — COUNTRY | COURIER, (tri-weekly) Five Dollars per annum. | All Advertisements appear in both Papers. | [double rule] | Mr. CALHOUN'S ADDRESS. | [editorial introduction]
      Notes Position: whole page, folded at bottom

      Masthead clearly indicates that clipping is from the Feb. 1, 1849 issue of the Charleston Courier, but source could not be located. 

      Some of the text at the bottom of the clipping's three columns is illegible.