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    [Andrew Jackson]. Two Newspapers with Andrew Jackson Content including: National Intelligencer. Four pages, 17.5" x 20.75", Washington, December 1, 1827, containing an article regarding "the last Richmond Enquirer . . . apologising [sic] in some sort for its inconsistency, and its desertion of principle, in supporting General Jackson for the Presidency." [and:] The Massachusetts Spy. Four pages, 17.5" x 23", Worcester, November 7, 1832, containing a description of New Orleans and the War of 1812 battleground nearby: "The line of Gen. Jackson extended directly across the plain, almost at right angles . . . Few traces of the battle are to be seen." both issues exhibit chipped edges and scattered foxing.

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    8th-9th Wednesday-Thursday
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