O.K. OLL for Kleveland, no imprisonment for debt.

Claud Mccoid

Hartford?, 1844. one sheet (one web page) : illustration (woodcut) forty eight x 8 cm. Illustration depicts a debtor staying taken the to jail by an formal and a crying lady is holding on to the official’s shoulder. To start with line of textual content reads: in 1837, when the democrats had been in power in this State, they passed a invoice abolishing imprisonment for credit card debt. Printed beneath the illustration is John Greenleaf Whittier’s poem “The Prisoner for Credit card debt.” Announces a town corridor conference to reelect Chauncey Fitch Cleveland to go a invoice abolishing imprisonment for credit card debt.


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Tractato nobilissimo della prudentia et iustitia et laqual debbe havere chadauno iusto signor

Impresso nella inclyta citta di Venetia: per Melchior Sessa, 1508. [forty] web pages : illustrations twenty cm. Illustrated vernacular essay on justice and prudence, in the form of dialogue between the creator and the goddesses, clearly encouraged by Dante’s Comedia. https://morris.regulation.yale.edu/record=b1699444