Republicans read and reflect! George G. Fogg a traitor to the Republican Party! [electronic resource] : The charge:--"On the evening of June 22, 1868, long after the nomination of General Grant, and a few days before the Democratic National Convention in New York, George G. Fogg called on John G. Sinclair, a delegate then on his way to the convention ... and advised and urged the nomination of Salmon P. Chase ... and gave Sinclair to understand that Chase would be sure to be elected, and that he (Fogg) would aid in bringing about that result."--Republican statesman, September 24, 1869. ...
- [Concord, N.H.] : [Published by William E. Chandler], 
- Physical Description:
- 1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) ; 48 x 27 cm
- With Fogg's denial as published in the Independent Democrat on Sept. 30, 1869, and "the proofs," including the "statement of Henry P. Rolfe & David A. Warde," dated Concord, N.H., Nov. 19, 1868, "John G. Sinclair's letter," dated Littleton, Oct. 23, 1869, and "Sinclair proved a liar by his own handwriting.", At foot: Beware of the traitor., For a discussion of the controversy see Bingham, Harry. The great black Republican bear fight in New Hampshire (Boston, 1894). On p. 12 this handbill is described as having been "got up by William E. Chandler," editor of the Republican statesman, and Henry P. Rolfe., Printed area measures 44.2 x 21.9 cm., and AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED PSU USERS.
- Reproduction Note:
- Electronic text and image data. [Chester, Vt. : Readex, a division of Newsbank, Inc., 2005. Includes files in TIFF, GIF and PDF formats with inclusion of keyword searchable text. (American broadsides and ephemera. First series ; no. 12747).
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