Washington, December 15, 1853 [electronic resource] : Dear Sir: The editor of the National era has determined to establish a daily newspaper ... He will issue the first number on Monday, January 2d, 1854, and continue the publication until the 1st of September next, and permanently, if the independent Democrats and liberal men of other parties prove, by their support, their sense of its importance. ...
- "Will you not put forth your best efforts to obtain subscriptions for the daily, and to increase the list of the weekly? It is not anticipated that the daily will support itself. The generous support extended to the weekly alone enables the proprietor to undertake it. ... You, dear sir, we trust, will respond, at once, to this appeal, by obtaining all the subscribers you can, and forwarding their names and payments, at once, according to the prospectus attached. ..."--p. -2. Signed: S.P. Chase [and four others].
"Prospectus of the Daily national era."--p. . Signed: G. Bailey. Washington, December 15, 1853.
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