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Advertisement (Store). Circular: Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, etc. Charles C. Dilts, Livonia, N.Y. Oct. 1852 .
   
Political. Cortland County Whig Extra, Homer, N.Y., Thursday, Oct. 31, 1850 . The Whit Candidate for Member of Assembly! His views in regard to United States Senator, etc. (Alvan Kellogg).
   
Political. Cayuga New Era Extra, Auburn, N.Y., Nov. 2 [1850?] Democrats Organize! White Candidate for Congress [E.B. Morgan] in desperation.
   
Political. Democratic Voters of Cayuga: Down with Thomas Y. How and the Rathbun family! Down with the Thimble Riggers of Genesee Street!
   
Political. General Scott's Illegal and Unjust Demands upon the Public Treasury! His Receipt of Public Money Against the Law! Read, Farmer, Mechanic Labourer! Read All! Read Carefully! [1852?]
   
Political (Edwin B. Morgan vs. Locofocos). Sworn affadavit that Colonel Edwin B. Morgan, Whit Candidate for Congress is no longer owner of a travern in Auburn, N.Y. Oct. 29, 1852 . (8 cop.)
   
Political. Circular to the Whigs of the 25th Congressional District, Auburn, N.Y., Nov. 1, 1850 . Warns of the treachery of professed Whigs attempting to defeat Edwin B. Morgan. (3 cop.)
   
Political (Edwin B. Morgan vs. Locofocos). Cortland County Whig Extra, Homer, N.Y., Saturday, Nov. 2, 1850 . Ashbel Patterson, the MUM Candidate of the Locofocos for the Assembly! His refusal to make known his position in relation to the election of U.S. Senator, the Fugitive Slave Law, etc.
   
Political (Edwin B. Morgan vs. Locofocos). Ho, Farmers, Ho! I am persecuted beyond endurance by the d--d Locofocos, etc. Aurora, N.Y., Nov. 1850 . Signed, Colonel. An anti-Morgan broadside circulated by the Locofocos.