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|Named Person:||Tristam Burges; Nathan Fellows Dixon; Dutee Jerauld Pearce|
|Notes:||Poetry and prose.
At head of title quotation from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar beginning: As Caesar loved me I weep for him.
Includes quotation from speech of T. Burges "previous to the last congressional election," praising Nathan F. Dixon and disparaging "Mr. Pierce."
Date suggested because Burges, Dixon and D.J. Pearce ran for Congress from Rhode Island in 1833; Burges and Pearce were elected.
|Description:||1 broadside ; 25 x 20 cm.|
|Contents:||Sound the foul fish horn o'er Newport's dark waves (First line).|
|Other Titles:||As Caesar loved me I weep for him.
Sound the foul fish horn o'er Newport's dark waves.