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      - The Inside Track
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      - Universal Advice to Abraham – Drop 'Em!
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      - Grand Distribution of Government Pap
      - Gulliver Abe, in the White House, Attacked by the Lilliputian Office-Seekers
      - The ‘Ins’ and the ‘Outs’
      - Alarming Appearance of the Winnebago Chief
      - Old Abe Invokes the Spirit of St. Patrick
      - A Job for the New Cabinet Maker
      - House-Clearing at Washington
      - Mr. Whippletrot's Plum Pudding
      - Our Administration and No Intervention
      - To the Victors Belong the Spoils
      - The Ingratitude of the Republic-ans
      - Running the machine
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    Old Abe Invokes the Spirit of St. Patrick

    Old Abe Invokes the Spirit of St. Patrick

    Title: Old Abe Invokes the Spirit of St. Patrick

    Year: 1861

    Creator: Phunny Phellow

    Description: President Lincoln sits on a chair while snakes crawl around his limbs and frogs jump at his feat. He asks an angelic St. Patrick to help him be relieved of these reptilian office-seekers.

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