National Union Movement. To National Union Men of the City and State of New York. ... The Undersigned Having Been Appointed by A Meeting of Citizens, Without Distinction of Party, Held at Clinton Hall, January 14, 1860, An Executive Committee, to Whom Is Assigned the Duty of Facilitating the Formation of A National Party in the City and State of New York, to Act in Concert With the National Union Party [i.e., Constitutional Union Party (U.S.)] of the Country, Do Hereby Recommend That Union Clubs Be Immediately Formed in Each Ward of the Cities, and in Every Town and Village of the State, With the Following Call as A Basis

National Union Movement. To National Union Men of the City and State of New York. ... The Undersigned Having Been Appointed by A Meeting of Citizens, Without Distinction of Party, Held at Clinton Hall, January 14, 1860, An Executive Committee, to Whom Is Assigned the Duty of Facilitating the Formation of A National Party in the City and State of New York, to Act in Concert With the National Union Party [i.e., Constitutional Union Party (U.S.)] of the Country, Do Hereby Recommend That Union Clubs Be Immediately Formed in Each Ward of the Cities, and in Every Town and Village of the State, With the Following Call as A Basis

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Publisher: [New York : s.n., 1860]
Characteristics: 1 sheet ([1] p.) (online resource) : ill. ; 25 x 8 cm
Additional Contributors: Moore, Chauncey W.

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