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Johannes Lerii's account of the description of the method the Indians use for "barbecuing" human flesh

Johannes Lerii's account of women washing the dead body to prepare it for frying

Johannes Lerii's account of Caraibes Indians with rattles dancing and smoking pipes

Johannes Lerii's account of Indians persecuted by demons whom they call Kaagerre

A parallel of the antient architecture with the modern, in a collection of ten principal authors who have written upon the five orders ... To which is added An account of architects and architecture, in an ... explanation of certain tearms ... affected by architects. With Leon Baptista Alberti's treatise Of statues. Made English for the benefit of builders by John Evelyn.London, Printed by T. Roycroft for J. Place, 1664.156 (i. e. 159) p. illus., port. 35 cm.

Wonders of the invisible world: being an account of the trials of several witches, lately executed in New England...by Cotton Mather

[Title page of The dreadful visitation in a short account of the progress and effects of the plague]

An account of the remarkable recovery of Mrs. Mary Read, of Rehoboth, to the use of her limbs, of which she had been deprived three years. [Probably printed in Providence 1769].

I George Brooke, treasurer of Virginia, hereby certify, that of the County of hath paid into the loan offic of this Commonwealth dollars, to be applied to his credit in account with a British subject, according to an act of General Assembly pass

A new and accurate map of Virginia wherein most of the counties are laid down from actual surveys. With a concise account of the number of inhabitants, the trade, soil, and produce of that Province.

The following is the account of the number of inhabitants in the Colony, of Rhode-Island, taken between the 4th of May and the 14th of June, 1774, and ordered to be printed by the Hon. General Assembly, among their public acts and orders. Newpor

In Provincial congress. New Hampshire, August 25th 1775. Whereas it is necessary that an exact account of all the inhabitants of this Colony should be taken, in order to be transmitted to the Congress of the United American colonies; therefore r

A circumstantial account of an attack that happened on the 19th of April 1775, on his Majesty’s troops. By a number of the people of the Province of Massachusetts Bay. On Tuesday the 18th of April, about half past 10 at night, Lieutenant Colonel

By an express arrived at Philadelphia on Saturday evening, last we have the following account of the battle at Charlestown, on Saturday the 18th of June, Instant ... Lancaster Printed by Francis Bailey [1775].

New York, June 24th, 1775. Last night arrived an express from the Provincial camp near Boston, with the following interesting account of an engagement, at Charlestown, between about Three thousand of the King's regular forces, and about half the

By an express arrived at Philadelphia on Saturday evening, last we have the following account of the battle at Charlestown, on Saturday the 18th of June, Instant ... Lancaster Printed by Francis Bailey [1775].

In the House of Representatives. January 17, 1776. Resolved, that the committees or selectmen of the several towns in this Colony, send a just and true account of all the powder, lead and flints, by them delivered by order of the Congress of the

Bernis Brown, October 5, 1777, Account for Guarding British Prisoners

Arthur Lee to Continental Congress Secret Committee, April 2, 1778, Expense Account as Commissioner to the Court of France

Whereas the rapid and alarming depreciation of the currency in the months of January, February, March, April, and May last [Resolutions calling upon retail tradesmen for] An attested account of the prices they severally sold for, or charged at,

An extract of a letter from an officer of the 71st regiment to his friend at Edinburgh, giving an account of the reduction of Charlestown, in South Carolina, with the list of the killed, wounded, and taken prisoners. [June 20, 1780].

General Conway's speech, for quieting the troubles in America. Against an independency: He is for peace, but yet argues the vigorous prosecution of the war: the great distresses and debt of America: General du Portail's account of America sent t

Intelligence from the Southward. Philadelphia, March 31, 1781. [General Greene's account of the battle of Guilford] [Philadelphia] Printed by David C. Claypoole. [1781].

Extract of a letter from Trenton, dated. Jan. 20, 1781 [Giving an account of the British intrigue with the revolted Pennsylvania line dated. Philadelphia. January 22, 1781] [Philadelphia: Printed by David C. Claypoole].

Philip Mazzei Phripp & Bowdoin, December 27, 1782, Financial Account

Philadelphia, May 25, 1782. A gentleman from the Eastward, who arrived in town this morning, has favoured us with a Boston newspaper, dated the 16th instant, from which we have extracted the following. Boston, May 16 The following account of a s

Evan Evans to Alix Donelson, January 10, 1783

Barclay Thomas to United States Congress, November 19, 1784, Account for Pierre Agustin Caron de Beaumarchais

Ferdinand Grand, 1784, Account of Debt; in French

Thomas Jefferson, May 10, 1784, Account of Books Sold to James Monroe

Lately re-printed, and to be sold by Joseph Chukshank, on the North-Side of Market Street, between Second and third Streets, Philadelphia, an account of the life of that ancient servant of Jesus Christ, John Richardson, giving a r elation of man

Thomas Barclay to Thomas Jefferson, October 31, 1785, Account

Thomas Jefferson to Treasury Department, July 10, 1786, Account of Money Provided in Paris by the United States and Virginia

J. J. Berard & Company, July 1, 1787, Account of United States Commerce through Port of L'Orient; in French

Thomas Jefferson, February 2, 1788, Expense Account of Abigail Smith Adams

Lemesurier & Company to Thomas Jefferson, September 8, 1790, Account Charges

Dorothy Elsworth to James Madison, August 31, 1790. Account.

State of New Hampshire. In Senate, June 13, 1791. Resolved, that the selectmen of every town and place in this State, from whom any certificate or indent taxes are now due, be directed immediately to call to account their collectors who are deli

Henry Remsen, Jr. to Thomas Jefferson, October 24, 1791, Financial Account Table

George Washington to Congress, March 1792, U. S. Financial Account

John Vaughan to Thomas Jefferson, April 11, 1793, Financial Account

Hell broke loose, or, The murder of Louis, vide, the account of that unfortunate monarch's execution

Ferdinand Grand & Company to Thomas Jefferson, May 25, 1793, in French, with Copy and Account

... An act providing for the payment of certain expenses incurred by Fulwar Skipwith, on public account ... [Followed by] An act for the releif of Reuben Smith and Nathan Strong. [Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794].

... An act to authorize the officers of the Treasury to audit and pass the account ofthe late Edward Blanchard, deceased ... [Followed by] An act authorizing a loan of two million of dollars. [Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794.].

... An act to authorize the President of the United States to lay, regulate and revoke embargoes ... [Followed by] An act to authorize the settlement of the account of Lewis Dubois, for his services in the late army of the United States. [Philad

Thomas Jefferson to William Jones and Nathaniel Anderson, September 15, 1796, Account

Anthony Foster to W. Samuel Pearson, June 19, 1798

M. Doran, February 9, 1798

Thomas Jefferson James Madison, July 25, 1799, Account

Bold Dighton. Being the account of an action fought off Guadaloupe, in 1805, where ninety-five Americans and near three hundred Britons made their escape from the prison at that place [180-?].

Statement respecting Mr. Jarvis' delinquency. The subscribers, two of the Committee for the sake of Eastern Lands, ask leave to state, for the information of the Legislature, that, before the settlement of the Committee's last account, Leonard J

Abstract of the account of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts with the Committee for the sale of Eastern lands. Boston, Feb. 4, 1801.

Thomas Jefferson, November 1802, Account with M. Lewis

Treasury Department, February 23, 1802, Account of Contingent Charges

John Coffee to Jackson & Hutchings, February 10, 1804

Josiah Cowper to James Madison, July 6, 1804. With Account.

Virginia Council, November 20, 1804, Logwood Thomas Account

Andrew Jackson to Thomas Deaderick, April 23, 1804

The journal of a tour into the territory northwest of the Alleghany Mountains ; made in the spring of the year 1803 : with a geographical and historical account of the state of Ohio ; illustrated with original maps and views

Watson Jackson to Jackson & Hutchings

The journal of a tour into the territory northwest of the Alleghany Mountains ; made in the spring of the year 1803 : with a geographical and historical account of the state of Ohio ; illustrated with original maps and views

The journal of a tour into the territory northwest of the Alleghany Mountains ; made in the spring of the year 1803 : with a geographical and historical account of the state of Ohio ; illustrated with original maps and views

James Jackson to Andrew Jackson, March 23, 1806

Account of the arrival and departure of the mails, at and from the Post Office at Bethlehem ... George Huber, Postmaster, Bethlehem Post Office, May 1st, 1806. Easton. Printed by Christian Jacob Hutter. [1806].

Jackson & Hutchings to Samuel Pryor, August 7, 1807

General Post Office to Joseph Wheaton, March 17, 1807, Account of Contract Awards

Thomas Munroe, Superintendent of the City to Thomas Jefferson, 1807, Account of Expenditures

Anne Vickers George Purcel, October 28, 1808, Account

Andrew Jackson to John Caldwell, April 25, 1808

The corporation of the City of Richmond, in account with the Chamberlaine, between the first day of July, and the thirty-first of December, 1807, both days inclusive .... N. Sheppard, Chamberlaine. We have examined the Chamberlaine's accounts fr

Thomas Jefferson to Edmund S. Bacon, January 8, 1809, with Account List

Andrew Jackson, February 15, 1810

Nicholas Gouin Dufief to Thomas Jefferson, May 29, 1813, Account

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

Van Staphorst & Hubbard to Thomas Jefferson, December 31, 1815, Account

Andrew Jackson to James Martin, March 24, 1815

Andrew Jackson, October 1, 1815

William Berkeley Lewis to Andrew Jackson, December 6, 1816

Thomas Jefferson Matthew Carey, June 27, 1818, Account, Mutilated

History of the church in the press, and wil be speedily published by E. Thayer, at the Theological Book-Store, No. 25, Broad-Street, Charleston, (S.oCa.) An historical account of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South-Carolina, from the first

Reply to Bobalition of slavery. [Cuts] Dialogue between Scipio and Cato, and Sambo and Phillis, occasioned by reading the account of Bobalition proceedings, as detailed in a letter from Cesar Gobbo, to his friend Marco Mushy, residing in the cou

R. N. Buchanan to Rachel Donelson Jackson, October 28, 1820

A loud call to the living!!! A short account of three men that were killed by lighting, at Suffield, May 20, viz. Samuel Remington, James Bagg, Jonathan Bagg [Cuts] [Three column of verse] [182-?].

Nashville Bank to Andrew Jackson, June 6, 1820

Thomas Jefferson to Nicholas Gouin Dufief, August 23, 1821, Account Balance

Thomas Barron & Company to R. & W. Armstrong, April 23, 1822

Egbert Harris to J. Lecress, October 18, 1822

Account of an expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains

A brief account of the execution of the six militia men. As we soon expect to have official documents in relation to the six militia men, arrested, tried, and put to death, under the orders of General Andrew Jackson, this may not be an improper

Andrew Jackson to Decker & Dyer, June 24, 1824

Andrew Jackson to George Crockett, February 10, 1824

[Woodcut] Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Mr. Weightman, late mayor of Washington, Monticello, June 24th, 1826. Respected Sir: [Declining on account of ill health the invitation to be in Washington on the fiftieth anniversary of American indepen

Some account of some of the bloody deeds of General Jackson

Supplemental account of some of the bloody deeds of General Jackson, being a supplement to the "Coffin handbill." [Cuts of 6 coffins] ... John Taliaferro. Member of Congress from Northern Neck, Va. [1828].

John Williams & Company to Rachel Donelson Jackson, May 24, 1828

Andrew Latapie to Andrew Jackson, March 19, 1828

A brief account of the execution of the six militia men. As we soon expect to have official documents in relation to the six militia men, arrested, tried, and put to death under the orders of General Andrew Jackson this may not be an improper ti

Samuel Hogg to Andrew Jackson, December 22, 1828