The Republic. Vol. 1, No. 24

The Republic. Vol. 1, No. 24

Washington, D.C. Published by Gideon & Co, Wednesday Morning, July 11, 1849. Approx. 20" x 19", pp. [4]; 7 columns per page; early owner's signature. Front page features 6 columns of Timber Proposals for the Navy Department. Also contains in Devotion section: "The Pittsburg Gazette, speaking of the ravages of the cholera on board the steamboat Wyoming, on her late passage from St. Louis...there were two females whose conduct is worthy of the highest praise. When poor Rogers was lying in the last agonies in death, they came forward from the ladies' cabin, voluteered their services, assisted in rendering every aid to the dying man..."; agricultural education, foreign news which includes more cholera cases and death counts, as well as some U.S. tally's of cases rising with the latest death counts; and usual ads. Item #59068

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