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To the King and Queen's most excellent majesties. The humble address and petition of the Governour, council, and convention of representatives of the people of your majesties collony of the Massachusets, in New-England [Regarding general restora

To the king and queens most excellent majesties. The humble address of the president and council for the safety of the people, and conservation of the peace. [Regarding restoration of charter and English liberties] Boston in New-England, May 20,

To His Excellency, William Burnet, Esq; Captain, General and Governour in chief of the Provinces of New-York, New-Jersey and territories depending thereon in America and Vice Admiral of the same, &c. The humble address of the General Assembly of

To the Honourable Patrick Gordon, Esq; Lieutenant Governour of the Province of Pennsylvania, and Counties of New-Castle, Kent and Sussex, upon Delaware. The address of the Mayor and commonalty of the City of Philadelphia, in Council the sixteent

To the Honble Sir William Gooch, Bart. His Majesty's Lieutenant-governor, and Commander in chief, of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia. The humble address of the House of Burgesses. [Williamsburg, 1748] [Negative Photostat.].

September 22d, 1756. To the Honorable Robert Dinwiddie, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant governor, and Commander in chief, of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia; the humble address of the House of Burgesses. [Williamsburg: Printed by William Hunte

September 22d, 1756. To the Honorable Robert Dinwiddie, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant-governor, and commander in chief, of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia; the humble address of the Council. [Williamsburg: Printed by William Hunter, 1756] [N

April 16th, 1757. To the Honorable Robert Dinwiddie, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant-Governor, and Commander in chief, of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia; The humble address of the Council. [Williamsburg: Printed by William Hunter, 1757] [Nega

September 18, 1758. To the Honorable Francis Fauquier, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant-governor, and Commander in chief, of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the Council. [Williamsburg: Printed by William Hunter, 1758] [Ne

September 18, 1758. To the Honorable Francis Fauquier, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant-governor, Commander in chief, of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the House of Burgesses.. [Williamsburg: Printed by William Hunter, 1

March 6th, 1759. To the Honorable Francis Fauquier, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant-governor, and commander in chief, of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the House of Burgesses. [Williamsburg, 1759] [Negative Photostat.].

February 24th, 1759. To the Honorable Francis Fauquier, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant-governor, and Commander in chief, of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the Council. [Williamsburg: Printed by William Hunter, 1759] [N

February 27th, 1759. To the Honorable Francis Fauquier, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant-governor, and Commander in chief, of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the House of Burgesses. [Williamsburg: Printed by William Hunte

April 1, 1762. To the Honourable Francis Fauquier, Esquire His Majesty's Lieutenant-Governour, and Commander in Chief of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the House of Burgesses ... To which his Honour was pleased to ret

April 1, 1762. To the Honourable Francis Fauquier, Esquire, His Majesty's Lieutenant-governour, and Commander in chief of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the Council ... to which his Honour was pleased to return the fo

Cumberland, (Colony of Rhode Island) April 16, 1763. To the public [An address against the official conduct [An address against the official conduct of Governor Ward. Signed] A Freeman. [Providence: Printed by William Goddard, 1763].

May 20, 1763. To the Honourable Francis Fauquier, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant-governour, and Commander in chief of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the Council, [Williamsburg: Printed by Joseph Royle, 1763] Negative P

January 16, 1764. To the Honourable Francis Fauquier, Esquire, His Majesty's Lieutenant-governour, and Commander in chief of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the House of Burgesses. [Williamsburg: Printed by Joseph Royl

January 19, 1764. To the Honourable Francis Fauquier, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant-governour, and Commander in chief of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the House of Burgesses. [Williamsburg, 1764] [Negative Photostat.

January 14, 1764. To the Honourable Francis Fauquier, Esquire, His Majesty's Lieutenant-governour, and Commander in chief of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the Council. [Williamsburg: Printed by Joseph Royle. 1764.] [

October 31, 1764. To the Honble Francis Fauquier, Esq: His Majesty's Lieutenant-Governour and commander in chief of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the Council ... To which his Honour was pleased to return the followin

An address to the true-born sons of liberty in the government of the Massachusetts-Bay. [Signed] A Countryman. [1765].

November 2, 1764. To the Honble Francis Fauquier, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant-Governour and Commander in chief of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the House of Burgesses ... To which his Honour was pleased to return t

November 7, 1766. To the Honble Francis Fauquier. Esq; his Majesty's Lieutenant Governour, and Commander in chief of the Colony and Dominions of Virginia; the humble address of the Council ... To which his Honour was pleased to return the follow

A manifesto and address from Heaven. by the guardian angel of America; from Heaven, whoe'ere beholds on younger earth grieves at the oppression sprung from vilest birth. To the Governors, Councils, Houses of Burgesses, and Representatives of the

Union, activity and freedom, or division, supineness and slavery. My dear Fellw Citizens In my address to you last night, in which I represented the dangerous consequences that would result to the inhabitants of this distressed colony, if you su

To his Excellency the Right Honourable Norborne Baron de Botetourt, his Majesty's Lieutenant and Governor General of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia and Vice Admiral of the same, The humble address of the House of Burgesses .... To which his

To his Excellency the Right Honourable John Earl of Dunmore, his Majesty's Lieutenant and Governor general of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, and Vice admiral of the same. The humble address of the House of Burgesses. [Williamsburg, 1772] [

A tradesman's address to his countrymen. [on the excise law] [Signed] A tradesman. Philadelphia, March 2, 1772.

To His Excellency the Right Honourable John Earl of Dunmore, his Majesty's Lieutenant and Governor general of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia and Vice Admiral of the same: The humble address of the Council ... [Williamsburg 1772.] [Negative

An address to the inhabitants of Boston, (particularly to the thoughtless youth) occasioned by the execution of Levi Ames. Who so early in life, as not 22 years of age, must quit the stage of action in this awful manner. He was tried for burglar

To His Excellency the Right Honourable John Earl of Dunmore, his Majesty's Lieutenant and Governor general of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, and Vice Admiral of the same: The humble address of the Council. [Williamsburg. 1773.] [Negative P

To His Excellency the Right Honourable John Earl of Dunmore, his Majesty's Lieutenant and Governor General of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, and Vice Admiral of the same: The humble address of the House of Burgesses. [Regarding paper curre

To his Excellency the Right Hon. John Earl of Dunmore, his Majesty's Lieutenant and Governor General of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, and Vice Admiral of the same: The humble address of the Council. [Williamsburg, 1774]. [Negative Photost

To his Excellency the Right Honourable John Earl of Dunmore, his Majesty's Lieutenant and Governor General of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, and Vice Admiral of the same. The humble address of the House of Burgesses ... To which his Excell

In Provincial congress, Cambridge, December 6, 1774. Resolved, that the following address be presented to the several ministers of the gospel in this Province. Reverend Sir. When we contemplate the friendship and assistance, our ancestors the fi

Head-Quarters, Cambridge, November 1775. The generals flatter themselves that the new establishment of the army will not be less agreeable to the men in general, than it is calculated for action and economy … [An address to the soldiers.] [Cambr

The address of the Lords and Commons to his Majesty, on the present state of America, &c. From the London Gazettee, of February 11. ... [Philadelphia] Printed by John Dunlap [1775].

An humble address and exhortation to the Provincial general officers, and soldiers in Connecticut, June 1775. [s. l.]

To his Excellency the Right Honourable John Earl of Dunmore, hi Majesty's Lieutenant and Governor General of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, and Vice Admiral of the same: The humble address of the Council ... To which his Excellency was ple

At a council, held at the Palace, May 2, 1775. Present his Excellency the Governor, Thomas Nelson Ricard Corein, William Byrd, Ralph Wormeley, Junior, John Camm, clerk, and John Page Esquire, The Governor was pleased to address himself to the bo

The address of the Lords and Commons to his Majesty, on the present state of America, &c. From the London Gazettee, of February 11. ... [Philadelphia] Printed by John Dunlap [1775].

To His Excellency William Tryon, Esq; Sir As you have been pleased to address yourself, in a public manner, to the inhabitants of this province, at large, an apology can hardly be necessary for the freedom I use in conveying my sentiments to you

Address to the soldiers. Gentlemen. You are about to embark for America, to compel your fellow subjects there to submit to popery and slavery. It is the glory of the British soldier, that he is the defender, not the destroyer, of the civil and r

The address, petition, and remonstrance of the city of London, to the King, in favour of the Americans, and their resolves, presented to his Majesty, July 5, 1775.

At a meeting of a number of the Citizens of Philadelphia, at the Philosophical Society's Hall, November the 2d, Samuel Howell, Chairman. Jonathan B. Smith, Secretary. It was unanimously resolved, to publish the following address to the inhabitan

In the House or representatives, November 1, 1776. Ordered, that the following address from the General court of this state, to the officers and private soldiers who are gone from thence and are serving in the American army, be printed in two th

At a meeting of a number of the Citizens of Philadelphia, at the Philosophical Society's Hall, November the 2d, Samuel Howell, Chairman. Jonathan B. Smith, Secretary. It was unanimously resolved, to publish the following address to the inhabitan

The f--x and H--d or rival candidates - humbly address'd to the worthy electors of W--r

The following paper having been much mis-represented by some person in this City, I have thought proper to publish it, for the perusal of all my fellow-citizens [Defence of His Address of January 15th, concerning raising by subscription the mone

To his excellency the Governor, and the honorable council of the State of Maryland. The address of the subscribers, inhabitants of ... county, sheweth That the present circumstances of the people of this county, compel us to apply to you, in w

Anthony Garvey to Nicolas Darcel, 1786, Cover Only; with Address for Veuve Samuel Joly l'aine et fils

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His excellency, James Bowdoin, Esquire, Governour of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, an address to the good people of the commonwealth [Two columns regarding Shays' rebellion] ... [Boston: Printed by Adams an

An address to the public, from the Pennsylvania Society for promoting the abolition of slavery, and the relief of free negroes, unlawfully held in bondage ... Signed by order of the Society, B. Franklin, President. Philadelphia, 9th of November,

An address to the Freemen of Pennsylvania It is a principal duty of good citizens in every community to lay before their countrymen and fellow-citizens their candid and dispassionate remarks upon such important matters as interest the whole soci

To the unbiassed & independent electors of the State of New-York. Since our last address to you, a publication has appeared, signed by Mr. Alexander Hamilton, as chairman of a committee, said to have been appointed by a numerous meeting of the i

An address to the public, from the Pennsylvania Society for promoting the abolition of slavery, and the relief of free negroes, unlawfully held in bondage ... Signed by order of the Society, B. Franklin, President. Philadelphia, 9th of November,

Philadelphia 18th 12th Mo. 1790. Yesterday a deputation of the religious society called Quakers, attended the house of representatives of the United States with the following address and memorial asserting the rights of conscience and the reason

To the independent electors of the State of New-York, Fellow Citizens A numerous meeting of the respectable inhabitants of this city, impressed with the importance of the ensuing election have appointed us a committee to address you on the subje

A friendly address to the inhabitants of the town of Providence. Friends, brethren, and fellow-citizens. Impressed by a sense of duty, and actuated by motives of charity to our fellow men, we the clergy of this town, beg leave to arrest your att

The President's address to both houses of Congress. Philadelphia. Dec. 8. This day at twelve o'clock, the President of the United States met both Houses of Congress, in the Representatives Chamber, and delivered the following speech: ... [Richmo

Proposals for printing by subscription the miscellaneous works of David Humphreys ... It is requested that to the names of subscribers their titles, address and places of residence may be distinctly added ... addressed under cover to the Rev.d T

An address, to the voters for electors of President and Vice President of the United States in the State of Virginia ... The American Republic ticket. [List of electors with districts] Richmond, 26th May, 1800. By order of the Committee entruste

An address to the voters for electors of President and Vice-President of the United States, in the State of Virginia ... Alexandria Printed by Wm. Fowler [180-].

Allegany County, Maryland, Republicans to Thomas Jefferson, March 4, 1801, Address

Address of the committees appointed at meetings of the tenants, freeholders of the four towns in the West Manor of Rensselaerwick, to the electors of the State of New York. Great pains having been taken by the friends of Mr. Clinton to induce an

To the inhabitants of Staten-Island. Fellow-countrymen. We are hastening fast to an election, which, to the lovers of rational liberty, the advocates of our constitution, is unspeakably important. Permit me, therefore, to address to you a few wo

Thomas Jefferson to Chief Dog Soldier, July 16, 1804, Address of Friendship

At a numerous and respectable meeting of Republican Citizens held at the White Horse Tavern, the committee appointed to prepare an address to the electors of the first congressional district, reported the following, which after having been read

Thomas Jefferson to Osage Chief White Hair, July 12, 1804, Address of Welcome

Patriotism. From a very able and spirited Address to the electors of New-Jersey, the following extracts are made ... Speaking the language of truth, and inculcating lessons of political morality, they may be viewed as an earnest and disintereste

The constitution. Fellow-citizens of New-Hampshire. At an awful crisis, at a momentous period of our political existence we address you ... The Anti-Madison and anti-embargo list for electors ... [Signed] A Republican. [n. p. 1808].

Spirit of '76. At a numerous meeting of the young men of Troy, at Bill's Phoenix Hotel, on Saturday evening the 15th of April- Stephen Warren was appointed chairman ... whereupon, the subjoined address was read, approved, and ordered to be publi

Address to the freeholders of Ohio County, Virginia. Fellow Citizens. At a meeting held at Hamit's old place, on the 10th of Sept last, it was resolved to support John G. Jackson, esq for the next congress, and we were appointed a standing commi

Royal address of Cadwallader ap-Tudor ap-Edwards ap-Vaughan, Water-King of Southwark

An address to the electors of Bristol distrixt. [Signed] An elector. [1810?].

An address, and the constitution, of the Bible and common prayer book society, established in the City of Albany and its vicinity, A.D. 1810. Albany. H. Packard, printer, [1810].

Title page of Robert Smith, Address to the people of the United States (Baltimore, 1811)

Address to the inhabitants of the Upper Province of Canada ... Geo McClure, Commanding Niagara Frontier Head Quarters, Fort George Oct. 16, 1813.

Andrew Jackson to Huntsville Alabama Citizens, May 10, 1814

Gen. McClure's further relation of facts. To the public. In my last address to the public, I gave a brief statement of some of my most prominent acts, while commanding on the Niagara frontier, not doubting, but the same would have been perfectly

Substance of an address delivered by James M. Garnett to the people of Essex, at their late election for a member of Congress, held on the 17th April [1815?].

William Findlay's inugural address to the Legislature, December 1817. [Harrisburg] Printed by R. B. Wilkins & G. Sweney [1817].

Inaugural address delivered at the first stated meeting of the Board of directors of the Adams Athenaeum, on the 31st of March, 1825; by Col. B. L. C. Wailes, their President. 31st March 1825.

Respected friends. By direction of the Board of managers of the Chester County auxiliary colonization society, I enclose their address, together with a copy of the constitution ... West Chester, Pa. 12th Mo 10th, 1827.

James Madison to I. S. Johnston, December 18, 1827. Address.

Address to the people of the United States. Mr. Holly. Alex A. Young, Pr [1828].

... Murder will out !! Truth is mighty and shall prevail! Four years ago I charged General Andrew Jackson, in an address printed and published in Nashville, with various acts of cruelty and dishonesty when acting officially ... [Signed] Jesse Be

Murder will out!! Truth is mighty and shall prevail ! Four years ago I charged General Andrew Jackson, in an address printed and published in Nashville, with various acts of cruelty and dishonesty when acting officially ... Jesse Benton. City Ho

Address of the General Committee of Republican young men of the City of New York, friendly to the election of Andrew Jackson ... [New York 1828].

Inaugural address, delivered on being sworn into office, March 4th, 1829.

New Year's address. [three columns of verse] Wilton, Jan 1st. 1830.

Proceedings of the Jackson Republican convention with an address to the Jackson Republican electors of New Jersey. Trenton, New Jersey, December 8, 1830.

Address of the mechanics and other working men of Washington City, to their fellow-citizens. [Washington, D. C. 1830].

Inaugural address of the President of the United States. 4th March, 1833. [n. p. 1833].

The carrier boy's address to its patrons. New Year 1834.

Watchman's address for Christmas day December 25, 1835 Philadelphia Samuel W. Neall 1835.

Antimasonic address to the anti-masonic voters of Norfolk County and the ninth Congressional district of Massachusetts. [1835?].

Address of the Journeymen bookbinders, of the City and County of Philadelphia ... Philadelphia. January 27, 1836.

Jackson democrats read this. An extract from the farewell address of President Jackson in 1837.

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