Calathumpian Advocate (Concord, NH). June 19, 1850.
This interesting political periodical could be described as rabble rousing. The term “calathumpian” is probably a colloquial Americanism relating to a society of social reformers, especially those that disrupt political events. This particular issue includes a report of the Calathumpian Fusiliers disrupting an election in Concord, ending with a list of participants, but the names are meant to be humorous, e.g. Sledge Hammer, Old Tar, Josiah Billdad, Lincom Squizzle.