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To E. L. Pierce.

WASHINGTON, May 21, 1854.

MY DEAR MR. PIERCE: I enclose a copy of an Address to the People of Ohio with the signatures already obtained. I will telegraph you on Monday or Tuesday the names of other signers and the despatch will reach you I suppose as soon if not sooner than this note.
Please call at once on Col. Schouler a and have the Address put in type with all the signatures affixed as telegraphed; and have slips furnished to the other papers. If the Gazette folks demur at all to publication - which I do not at all expect, call on some other paper - the Times or the Columbian.
A Public Meeting should be held to denounce the rascality without delay.
Yours truly,


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