One-page unionist newsletter or newspaper, "The Express," published Dec. 1850 in Natchez, Mississippi, editors D.P. and T.A. Henderson. Discusses the question of the dissolution of the United States; hopes country will remain united. Also mentions upcoming Christmas season ("The store-keepers are all preparing for old Santa Claus we should judge from the appearance of the stores"), uncertainty over the continuation of the publication. "The Baton Rouge and Vicksburg telegraph wires have been broken but have since been repaired."