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Virginia Colonial Commissioners, March 12, 1651, Articles on the Relation Between James City and Great Britain

Copy of the fifth & sixth articles of the Treaty of neutrality in America, between England and France, in the year 1686. Late sent in orders to His Majesty’s frigots attending the government of this Province, to be put in Execution to effect. [b

These presents witness, that we the subscribers, as neighbours and friends do mutually agree to the following articles. [1724].

Articles and regulations of the Friendly society of tradesman, house carpenters, in the City of New York, made and agreed upon the 10th day of March, in the year of our Lord, 1767, for the uses and considerations herein after mentioned. [New Yor

New-York, Committee Chamber, 29th May, 1775. Whereas the public service of the Colony may render large supplies of the following articles absolutely necessary ... [Ten articles of supply not to be disposed of, and requiring report of quantity on

Chamber of supplies, Watertown, June 18, 1775. Gentlemen, The welfare of our country again induces us to urge your exertions in sending to the magazine in this place, what can be procured of the following articles, salt pork, beans, peas, vinega

By His Excellency William Howe, Major General. &c. &c. &c. As linnen and woolen goods are articles much wanted by the rebels, and would aid and assist them in their rebellion, the commander in chief expects that all good subjects will use their

Philadelphia, December 8, 1777. Regulations under which the inhabitants may purchase the enumerated articles, mentioned in the proclamation of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in Chief. &C. &c. &c ... By order of His

In Congress. April 14, 1777. Resolved, That from and after the publication hereof ... [Changes in rules and articles for the better government of the troops.] John Hancock, President. Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap, 1777.].

Philadelphia, December 8, 1777. Regulations under which the inhabitants may purchase the enumerated articles, mentioned in the proclamation of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in Chief. &C. &c. &c ... By order of His

The second section of the Articles of war. [also] The sixth section of the articles of war. The oath of fidelity. [New York: Printed by James Rivington, 1778].

Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union between the states of New Hampshire ...

Virginia Committee on Laws, 1779, Notes on Articles 7-11

State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and seventy-nine. An act to prevent sundry articles being exported from this to the neighbouring states ... [Boston, 1779].

Regulations of sundry articles, at the Town-meeting at Portsmouth, October 1st, 1779 [Portsmouth, 1779] Positive Photostat.

Whereas in purauance of adequate powers respectively delegated to us, to carry into execution Articles of a Cartel, made on the 3d day of May, in this present year, between Capt. Cornwallis, on the part of Lieutenant General Earl Cornwallis, and

Articles of the associated loyalist, under the Honourable Board of Directors. [New York? 1781?].

The United States of America with the British possessions of Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Newfoundland divided with the French, also the Spanish territories of Louisiana and Florida, according to the preliminary articles of peace signed at Versailles the 20th of Jany. 1783.

The United States in Congress assembled, to all who shall these presents greeting : Whereas in and by our commission, dated at Philadelphia, the fifteenth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-one, the Honorable John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, John Jay, Henry Laurens, and Thomas Jefferson ... with Richard Oswald ... did conclude and sign on the part of the United States of America and the crown of Great-Britain, articles in the words following ... Now know ye, that we the United States in Congress assembled, have ratified and confirmed ... the said articles ...

State of Rhode-Island and Providence plantations. In General Assembly June session, 1783. An act laying an impost of two per centum, ad valorem, upon certain articles herein mentioned, for the purpose of paying the annual interest arising upon t

Bowles's new pocket map of the United States of America; the British possessions of Canada, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland with the French and Spanish territories of Louisiana and Florida as settled by the preliminary articles of peace, signed at Versailles the 20th. Jany. 1783.

Carte des États-Unis d'Amérique, et du cours du Mississipi; rédigée d'après différentes cartes et relations anglaises, et les opérations de la dernière guerre: avec les nouvelles limites générales fixées par les articles préliminaries de paix, signés tant à Paris qu'à Versailles, le 30 9bre., 1782 et le 20 janr. 1783, et confirmées par le traité définitif du 3 7bre. 1783.

Articles of agreement between John Lewis, James Wilkinson, and Abner Martin Dunn

Bowles's new and accurate map of North America and the West Indies, exhibiting the extent and boundaries of the United States, the British dominions, and territories possessed in that quarter by the Spaniards, the French, and other European powers. The whole compiled and laid down from the best authorities, regulated and divided according to the Preliminary Articles of Peace signed at Versailles 20th. Jany. 1783.

Mr. Fitzherbert the British minister plenipotentiary, with Gravier de Vergennes, and le Compte d'Aranda ministers plenipotentiary of the courts of France & Spain, signing the preliminary articles of peace at Versailles (on Jany. the 20th 1783) previous to their final ratification / Metz delin. ; Cook sculp.

Appraisal of articles used on Clark's expedition against the Wabash Indians

[Newspaper articles and notices printed in 1787 during the Constitutional Convention in Phila.]

[Newspaper articles and notices printed in 1787 during the Constitutional Convention in Phila.]

[Newspaper articles and notices printed in 1787 during the Constitutional Convention in Phila.]

[Newspaper articles and notices printed in 1787 during the Constitutional Convention in Phila.]

[Newspaper articles and notices printed in 1787 during the Constitutional Convention in Phila.]

Articles of agreement for conducting the business respecting the land, called the Gore, granted by patent, to Jeremiah Halsey and Andrew Ward, Esquire. [Hartford, 1795].

Articles of agreement, made and entered into this day of anno domini one thousand, eight hundred and between an officer in the United States army, on the one part, and of the county of and state of of the other part. ... [1814-15].

Articles of agreement between The United States of America and the Chiefs of the Creek Nation. July 18, 1816

A fair will be held in connection with the anti-slavery meetings of this place, on A large assortment of fancy and useful articles will be offered for sale, the proceeds of which will be given to the anti-slavery cause. [185-?].

Antiques! minerals, medals, ancient and rare books! Engravings, shells, &c. &c. A splendid collection of the above articles just received on sale, at Carusi & Young's music saloon ... [Washington, D. C,] Polkinhorn, printer. August 28th, 1852.

Memorial. To the Honorable the Senate and House of representatives of the State of [blank] Your memorialists, members of the National Lincoln Monument Association would most respectfully solicit your attention to the accompanying articles of ass

Home Squad. Company A. Supplies. Each member is required to equip himself with the articles enumerated, as follows: and to be readu in marching order when Jeff Davis crosses the wire bridge ... [Philadelphia, 1861].

[Page of text with articles: Commander Dahlgren and his guns; the Washington Navy-yard; the United States fleet off Fort Pickens; the Departure of the "Atlantic" and "Baltic" with troops; and Ye knyghte, ye squire, and ye ladye, a metrical romance of the Middle Ages]

Daily Press and times. Extra. Saturday May 16, 1868. Impeachment. The vote on the 11th articles. The President found not guilty.

[Page of text from Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, including articles on the opening of the Pacific Railway]

[Page of text from Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, including articles on the seashore and the Pacific Railway]

The effects of the panic. New good just received, now selling without regard to cost! Articles of jewelry that usually retailed from $3 to $20 for only $1 each call and eaminine! at the opposition store, 476 Penn'a Avenue ..

[Page of text with no illus. in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1879 Oct. 4, p. 71, containing articles: Fifth Contest for the Astley Belt; General Grant's Tour of the World; Closing Scenes in the Zulu War; The New Dry Dock at Ferrol, Spain; Lord Chelmsford's Return to England; Notes Along the Rail; At Home and Abroad]

[Page of text containing poem "Cato's Song" and three articles: "The Romance of Augusta Murray, Virginia and Italy, 1774-1792", "Poached oysters", and "The mystery of snake charming"]

U.S.S. New Hampshire, reading the articles of war

Miscellaneous hard carved articles

Woman Taxpayer's Suffrage articles

[Articles from Dayton Herald, 16 June 1909]

[Oratory with religious articles and sculpture in Edson Bradley residence, Washington, D.C.]

Bobbed hair has caught the youth of Roumania and jazz music was not far behind. Here is an aristocratic maid in peasant costume at a wayside resort in Roumania In Europe hotel porters are powerful friends or enemies. The kodak made friends with this czar at the palace hotel in Sinaia ; In the market place of Bucharest care is taken to weigh out articles sold.

Where our congressmen's chairs are repaired. The cabinetmakers room in the United States Capit[...] the chairs of Senators and Represenatives are repaired [...] other articles are made for use throughout Capitol Hill [...] cabinet makers in the picture are, (left to right) Paul [...] W.L. Walling and Louis A. Nalls

Typical oriental store, faience and brass articles.

Russell Sage Foundation exhibit. Closeup of articles associated with the exhibition I

Representative Shannon of Missouri. Articles bought at Army canteen

Russell Sage Foundation exhibit. Closeup of articles associated with the exhibition II

Articles made in the Arthurdale cooperative handicraft shop, Reedsville, West Virginia

Group of farmers and articles for sale outside the sales pavilion at Aledo, Illinois

Mrs. James Kelleher, wife of a hired man, and one of her children. Except for a bed, a stove and a dresser, these are the only articles of furniture in the house. Near Grand Ridge, Illinois

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

One of the last articles to be moved from the house during the moving operations of Everett Shoemaker, tenant farmer. Near Shadeland, Indiana

Carrying dry cleaned articles to store from boat, Burrwood. Articles to be cleaned must be sent to New Orleans

Articles in front of general store, Garyville, Louisiana

Housewife removing articles from electric refrigerator in farm home. Lake Dick Project, Arkanas

Mrs. M. LaBlanc straightening articles in corner of kitchen in present home. Note the waterstained walls caused by leaking roof. Morganza, Louisiana

In manual training class, boys are taught to build useful articles for the home. Lakeview Project, Arkansas

Mrs. M. LaBlanc arranging articles on dresser. Note improvised closet space in this home. La Blancs will be tenant purchase clients

Farm children playing with articles on table. Farm home near Bradford, Vermont. Orange County

Stove and other articles in kitchen of Mexican living in San Antonio, Texas

House with articles on roof of porch during fall house cleaning, Meriden, Connecticut

Articles on mantelpiece and photograph showing last reunion of deputy U.S. Marshalls in Indian territory. Scene in home of farm family now on WPA (Works Progress Administration/ Work Projects Administration) near Sallisaw, Oklahoma

Mexican pecan workers union official displaying relief supplies which are supposed to feed a family of three for two weeks. The articles shown are beans and butter. San Antonio, Texas

Owners claiming the articles which had been on exhibit at the Gonzales County Fair. Gonzales, Texas

MOVIES RECORD VISIT OF FIRST LADY AND WIFE OF TREASURY SECRETARY TO SELF HELP EXCHANGE. WASHINGTON, D.C., FEBRUARY 9. WHEN MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AND MRS. HENRY MORGANTHAU TODAY VISITED THE SELF-HELP EXCHANGE HERE, MOVIE NEWS CAMERAS WERE ON HAND . FACING THE MOVIE PHOTOGRAPHER ARE MRS. MORGANTHAU AND MRS. ROOSEVELT. THEY CAME TO THE EXCHANGE TO SEE THE UNEMPLOYED EMPLOYABLES PRODUCE GOOD, BE PAID IN SCRIP AND BUY COMMUNAL ARTICLES FOR THEIR OWN USE

WPA (Works Progress Administartion/Work Projects Administration) project supervisor displaying some of the articles made at her weaving project. Costilla, New Mexico

Pies, canned goods and household articles on stove in farm home. Bradford, Vermont, Orange County

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Haifa. The "Kadar" Ltd. Ceramics. Hand painting on burnt articles

Interior of migrant's home near Muskogee, with mother removing articles of clothing preparatory for departure to California. Oklahoma

Articles on bureau top of trailer home of white migrant. Weslaco, Texas

Articles of furniture in white migrant tent near Harlingen, Texas. See 32108-D

Articles on back porch of rehabilitation borrower in Kimble County, Texas

Washington Irving High School rubber salvage drive, New York City. Chairman of New York City salvage committee, Clarence H. Low, with Susan Balint, Washington Irving High senior gathering the various rubber articles donated by school kids after an intensive rubber treasure attic from attic to cupboard in their own homes

Faro Caudill taking household articles into shed for storage while he moves his dugout. Pie Town, New Mexico

Priorities unemployment. No more silk....The embargo on imports from Japan meant no more silk stockings, clothing, other non-defense articles. The Office of Production Management (OPM) reserved existing silk supplies for parachutes, for powder bags for defense under the government's system for priorities

Weapons from waste. This is where they come in. These old shells rested for years, along with thousands of other discarded articles, in a junkyard, but now they'll be given another chance to serve their country. Junk today, they'll be melted down to provide the streamlined armament of tomorrow

This is the exit end of a pug mill which prepares the plastic clays used in forming various articles of chinaware. Shenango Pottery Works, Newcastle, Pennsylvania

Bits and pieces display. Parts needed by U.S. Maritime Commission being inspected at the first OPM (Office of Production Management) permanent exhibit at which samples of needed defense equipment and parts are shown to prospective producers. The exhibit opened on Tuesday, December 23 in the Boatmen's Bank building in Saint Louis, Missouri. Bits and pieces of needed war goods were exhibited by fourty-eight holders of large war contracts and by the Army, Navy and the U.S. Maritime Commission. It is planned to change the articles displayed in this exhibit as some of them become placed under contracts and subcontracts. Representatives of the Contract Distribution Division will be available regularly to advise manufacturers attending the exhibit. Similar routine exhibits are scheduled to open shortly in other cities throughout the country

Bits and pieces display. Parts needed by U.S. Maritime Commission being inspected at the first OPM (Office of Production Management) permanent exhibit at which samples of needed defense equipment and parts are shown to prospective producers. The exhibit opened on Tuesday, December 23 in the Boatmen's Bank building in Saint Louis, Missouri. Bits and pieces of needed war goods were exhibited by fourty-eight holders of large war contracts and by the Army, Navy and the U.S. Maritime Commission. It is planned to change the articles displayed in this exhibit as some of them become placed under contracts and subcontracts. Representatives of the Contract Distribution Division will be available regularly to advise manufacturers attending the exhibit. Similar routine exhibits are scheduled to open shortly in other cities throughout the country

The O'Connell homestead in the Pine Camp expansion area. The articles outside the house are to be sold at auction in preparation for moving out of the area. Near Pine Camp, New York

Conservation. Scrap iron and steel. Tires reclaimed from automobiles, scrapped for their iron and steel content. The rubber content of these tires can be reclaimed successfully to replace the use of new rubber in many articles. The U.S. Army is experimenting at the moment with the use of retreaded tires on trucks (U.S. Route 1,

Conservation. Scrap iron and steel. Tire reclaimed from automobiles, scrapped for their iron and steel content. The rubber content of these tires can be reclaimed successfully to replace the use of new rubber in many articles. The U.S. Army is experimenting at the moment with the use of retreaded tires on trucks (U.S. Route 1,

Bits and pieces display. Parts needed by U.S. Maritime Commission being inspected at the first OPM (Office of Personnel Management) permanent exhibit at which samples of needed defense equipment and parts are shown to prospective producers. The exhibit opened on Tuesday, December 23 in the Boatman's Bank Building in St. Louis, Missouri. Bits and pieces of needed war goods were exhibited by fourty-eight holders of large war contracts and by the Army, the Navy, and the U.S. Maritime Commission. It is planned to change the articles displayed in this exhibit as some of them become under contracts or subcontracts. Representatives of the Contract Distribution Division will be available regularly to advise manufacturers attending the exhibits. Similar exhibits are scheduled to open shortly in other cities throughout the country

Judy takes a shot at the Axis. Judy Canova, star of stage and screen, opens her personal salvage drive for scrap rubber by aiming a well-placed shot at the Axis. She's donating her trusty slingshot to the drive. The scarcity of crude rubber is serious, and reclaimed rubber made from scrap must take up part of the slack. All Americans are being urged to continue to donate used or worn out rubber articles to the nation's scrap piles

Aluminum casting. Experienced workers in an aluminum plant, converted to production of essential articles for America's armed forces, pictured pouring the molten aluminum alloy into molds. Aluminum Industries Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio

Salvage. Des Moines collection center. A Des Moines garage and salvage center strings up a "come on" display of rubber articles to stimulate contributions

Dante Electric Company, Bantam, Connecticut. One of the many small shops throughout the nation making articles of the War Production Program. Here in the women's department of the Dante Electric Company, three workers of the Dante family help in the production of electrical parts for submarines. Mr. Dante just made a slight adjustment on the mechanical screw driver operated by Mrs. Hazel Wheeler. In the center, Mr. Artie Shaw is working on a similar machine. Bertha Kreig, of nearby Harwinton, is working at the right rear

Aluminum castings. Aluminum castings stacked on trucks in a large Midwest aluminum foundry now converted to production of articles for the army and air corps. These cylinders are now ready for heat treatment

Sand castings ready to be used in producing aluninum articles for Uncle Sam's Army and Navy. The folded corrugated boxes piled up are made from waste paper. Aluninum Industries

Washington Irving High School rubber salvage drive, New York City. Chairman of New York City salvage committee, Clarence H. Low, with Susan Balint, Washington Irving High senior gathering the various rubber articles donated by school kids after an intensive rubber treasure attic from attic to cupboard in their own homes

Every retailer has his own set of ceiling prices. Ceiling prices are based on the highest prices in each store during March and therfore vary from store to store. In any store where all items on a counter or shelf have the same ceiling price, one sign may be used to show the maximum price for all the articles in the group