Monday, April 12, 2021

Dead Presidents Podcast Episode 07 - Andrew Jackson & Top 5 Presidential Pets



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Pure Sperm Candles – The Charleston Daily Courier (Charleston, SC) – December 7, 1833
Hunter’s Red Drop Venereal Cure – New York Daily Herald (New York, NY) – February 10, 1837


Michael Keating and his wife Celestia – Sentinel and Democrat (Burlington, VT) – December 28, 1832

Town militia commanded to appear – The Charlotte Journal (Charlotte, NC) – September 30, 1836

Wet nurse wanted who has lost her own child – The Evening Post (New York, NY) – October 8, 1832

Stray mare – Lancaster Intelligencer (Lancaster, PA) – September 13, 1833

COCK OF THE ROCK: THE OFFICIAL STUD HORSE OF THE DEAD PRESIDENTS PODCAST
Cock of the Rock sold into Tennessee – National Banner and Daily Advertiser (Nashville, TN) – March 11, 1833

A kingdom for such a horse – National Banner and Daily Advertiser (Nashville, TN) – April 22, 1833

Cock of the Rock winning on Long Island – National Banner and Daily Advertiser (Nashville, TN) – February 21, 1834

Cock of the Rock and his champion offspring – The Tennessean (Nashville, TN) – February 5, 1835

No horse west of the Allegheny can compare – National Banner and Nashville Whig (Nashville, TN) – March 18, 1835

COCK OF THE ROCK'S SONS STUDDING IN THEIR OWN RIGHT
Cripple – Vermont Watchman and State Journal (Montpelier, VT) – May 24, 1831

Sir John – The Middlebury People’s Press (Middlebury, VT) – May 12, 1830


Sir Jed – Sentinel and Democrat (Burlington, VT) – June 26, 1829


Robin Hood – Sentinel and Democrat (Burlington, VT) – June 10, 1831

Young Cock of the Rock – Burlington Weekly Free Press (Burlington, VT) – June 11, 1830

Monday, March 29, 2021

Dead Presidents Podcast Episode 06 - John Quincy Adams & Top 5 Most Athletic Presidents


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"The Wants of Man" rap song, with music by the Constitutionalists (2021) and lyrics written by John Quincy Adams (1841):

We're so proud of our wonderful Episode 6 sponsors:
J. Scott’s Book and Fashionable Hat Store – The Wilmingtonian (Wilmington, DE) – September 15, 1825

Rachel Wallas’s drunkard husband – National Banner & Nashville Whig (Nashville, TN) – March 14, 1825

Charles Yates and his wife Emily – The Olive Branch & Danville Advertiser (Danville, Kentucky) – October 6, 1826

Stud horse Cock of the Rock – National Standard (Middlebury, VT) – May 15, 1827

More Cock of the Rock – Sentinel & Democrat (Burlington, VT) – May 11, 1827

Cock of the Rock at the Port Kent Races – Vermont Aurora (Vergennes, VT) – October 25, 1827

Robert Paine’s warning to hunters – National Banner & Nashville Whig (Nashville, TN) – October 28, 1826

Roger McGraw and his wife Sally – State Journal (Jackson, MS) – October 11, 1826

James Burmingham and his wife Peggy – The Village Messenger (Fayetteville, TN) – October 18, 1826

Union Academy for Young Ladies – The Weekly Natchez Courier (Natchez, MS) – July 21, 1826
 

Monday, March 15, 2021

Dead Presidents Podcast Episode 05 - James Monroe & Top 5 Presidential Last Words



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Whiskey for sale by Red Barry – The Clarion and Tennessee State Gazette (Nashville, TN) – September 14, 1819

Wet Nurse Wanted – The National Gazette (Philadelphia, PA) – August 13, 1822

Debts owed to JR Lane – The North-Carolina Star (Raleigh, NC) – June 11, 1819

Don’t cut John G. Camp’s wood – The Niagara Patriot (Buffalo, NY) – June 2, 1818

Barnabas O’Farril has houses for sale and also his wife left him – The North-Carolina Star (Raleigh, NC) – June 11, 1819

Hogsheads of rum imported by Solomon Porter – Hartford Courant (Hartford, CT) – September 23, 1817

Stephen Kimball and his wife Esther Matilda – National Standard (Middlebury, VT) – December 25, 1821

THE HARROWING TRUE CRIME TALE OF JOHN LECHLER
John Lechler accuses his wife Mary of defiling their matrimonial bed – Lancaster Intelligencer (Lancaster, Pennsylvania) – October 19, 1821

$400 reward for fugitive John Lechler accused of murder – Lancaster Intelligencer (Lancaster, PA) – April 6, 1822

Publication of the Dying Confession of John Lechler – Lancaster Intelligencer (Lancaster, PA) – October 25, 1822

The Dying Confession of John Lechler as published on October 25, 1822:   

Monday, March 8, 2021

Dead Presidents Podcast Episode 04 - James Madison & Top 5 Failed Assassins

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Pittsburgh Dog Ordinance – Pittsburgh Weekly Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA) – September 20, 1816

John D. Paris and his wife Nancy – Burlington Gazette (Burlington, VT) – March 24, 1815

John Pryor and his wife Ann – Virginia Argus (Richmond, VA) – July 11, 1811

South Carolina Jockey Club – The Charleston Daily Courier (Charleston, SC) – February 15, 1817

John Severans and his wife Abigail – Vermont Watchman and State Journal (Montpelier, VT) –August 4, 1814

Levi Harris and his wife Fanny – Vermont Gazette (Burlington, VT) – November 14, 1814

Levi Harris and his wife Fanny – Vermont Gazette (Burlington, VT) – January 2, 1815

Reward for the man who ran off with Charles McCarthy’s wife – The Pennsylvania Gazette (Philadelphia, PA) – August 24, 1814

Beware of Selinda Peckham’s husband Lewis – The Advertiser (Wilkes-Barre, PA) – April 14, 1815