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Remarks of Mr. Truman Smith, of Conn., on the imputations of N. B. Blunt, Esq., of the city of New York, on his course as a delegate to the recent Whig national convention, together with an exposition of the benefits which will result to the country from the elevation of Gen. Zachary Taylor to the presidency of the United States.

Title:Remarks of Mr. Truman Smith, of Conn., on the imputations of N. B. Blunt, Esq., of the city of New York, on his course as a delegate to the recent Whig national convention, together with an exposition of the benefits which will result to the country from the elevation of Gen. Zachary Taylor to the presidency of the United States.
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Note:[Washington, J. & G. S. Gideon, printers, 1848]
  
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Subject:Whig Party (U.S.). National Convention, 1848
Subject:Campaign literature
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