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Haklvytvs posthumus, or, Pvrchas his Pilgrimes : contayning a history of the world, in sea voyages, & lande-trauells /

Haklvytvs posthumus, or, Pvrchas his Pilgrimes : contayning a history of the world, in sea voyages, & lande-trauells /

Haklvytvs posthumus, or, Pvrchas his Pilgrimes : contayning a history of the world, in sea voyages, & lande-trauells /

Haklvytvs posthumus, or, Pvrchas his Pilgrimes : contayning a history of the world, in sea voyages, & lande-trauells /

Haklvytvs posthumus, or, Pvrchas his Pilgrimes : contayning a history of the world, in sea voyages, & lande-trauells /

Haklvytvs posthumus, or, Pvrchas his Pilgrimes : contayning a history of the world, in sea voyages, & lande-trauells /

Haklvytvs posthumus, or, Pvrchas his Pilgrimes : contayning a history of the world, in sea voyages, & lande-trauells /

His majesty's most gracious letter to his government of the Massathusets Colony in New-England ... Printed at Boston in New-England, by Richard Pierce for Benjamin Harris Anno Domini M DC LXXX IX.

By His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, Captain General and Governor in Chief of their Majesties Province of New-York, Province of Pennsylvania, County of New-Castle, and the Territories and tracts of land depending theron in America, and vice-admi

Benjamin Franklin Butler to Andrew Jackson

[Benjamin Johnson, English actor, head-and-shoulders portrait facing slightly left, in ornamental oval frame] / Gerard Honthorst pinxt ; Geo. Vertue, Londini sculp.

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Waterhouse, December 25,

City of New-York. ss. Personally appeared before me Benjamin Blagge, one of his Majesty's justices of the Peace for the City and County of New-York, Isaac Sears, and Paschal N. Smith, of the said City, merchants, who being severally sworn, depos

In the sixteenth year of the reign of George the third, King, &c. 1776. An act for the carrying into execution a resolve of the American Congress, for ascertaining the number of inhabitants in this Colony. [Watertown: Printed by Benjamin Edes, 1

In the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and seventy-six. An act for establishing a naval office for ascertaining the fees. [Watertown: Printed by Benjamin Edes, 1776].

State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the House of representatives, January 25, 1777. The perseverance of Britain in her attempts to subjugate the free states of America to an unconditional submission ... [Boston: Printed by Benjamin Edes, 1777].

State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the House of representatives. February 6, 1777. That the army may be duly supplied with shoes, stockings and shirts ... [Boston: Printed by Benjamin Edes, 1777].

State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the House of representatives. May 5, 1777. That the happiness of mankind depends very much on the form and constitution of government they live under ... [Boston: Printed by Benjamin Edes, 1777].

Dr. Beniamin [i.e., Benjamin] Franklin gebohrn zu Boston den 17 Janü. 1706

Thomas White to Benjamin Franklin, September 13, 1779

Thomas Fitzgerald to Benjamin Franklin, September 14, 1779

Thomas White, et al to Benjamin Franklin, April 11, 1780

James Lovell and William C. Houston to Benjamin Franklin, July 11, 1780

Horatio Gates to Benjamin Few, December 2, 1780

Benjamin Franklin L.L.D. F.R.S. - one of the American plenipotentiaries at the Court of France / Pollard sculp.

Benjamin Franklin - né à Boston dans la Nouvelle Angleterre, le 17 Janvier 1706 / Desrayes del ; le Beau scul.

Benjamin Franklin L.L.D. - envoy from the American Congress to the French Court

Count de Bernstorff to Benjamin Franklin, March 8, 1780

Benjamin Franklin, né à Boston le 17 janvier 1706 - eripuit cœlo fulmen sceptrum que tyrannis / peint par Madame Filleul ; gravé par Cahtelin, Graveur du Roi.

John Adams to Benjamin Franklin, October 4, 1781

Benjamin Franklin to Robert R. Livingston, October 14, 1782, Extract

Benjamin Franklin / J. Pelicier sculp. 1782.

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 ...

Benjamin Franklin to Robert R. Livingston, July 22, 1783, Extract

Benjamin Franklin to Baron Rosencrone, April 15, 1783

Benjamin Franklin to John Paul Jones, July 20, 1785

Benjamin Franklin to Thomas Jefferson, July 11, 1785

Benjamin Franklin to Thomas Jefferson, July 11, 1785

Benjamin Watkins and Jonathan Robinson to Capt. Hadley, March 25, 1785

Benjamin Franklin to Thomas Jefferson, October 8, 1786

Benjamin Franklin to Thomas Jefferson, October 24, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Putnam, August 8, 1787, Maritime Law Case

[Proclamation by the State of Pennsylvania offering reward for Daniel Shays and 3 othe rebellion ringleaders. Signed by Benjamin Franklin]

Benjamin Vaughan to Thomas Jefferson, December 11, 1788

[Silhouette of George Washington and bust portrait of Benjamin Franklin]

[Title page of narrative of the captivity and suffering of Benjamin Gilbert and his family who were surprised by the Indians and taken from their farms, on the frontier of Pennsylvania, in the Spring of 1780]

Title page, with no illus., of Benjamin Rush, An enquiry into the effects of spiritous liquors, Philadelphia, T. Bradford, 1790

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Banneker, August 30, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Bankson, April 5, 1792, Mutilated

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Joy, November 21, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Bankson, September 11, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Bankson, October 3, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Bankson, October 3, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Bankson, September 11, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Bankson, September 13, 1793, Bank Draft

Stephen Moylan to Benjamin Bankson, September 25, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Russell, March 16, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Phillips, September 12, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Holland, May 27, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Bankson, October 3, 1793

Dr. Benjamin Franklin / engrav'd by P.R. Maverick, 65 Liberty Street.

Benjamin Smith Barton to Thomas Jefferson, August 1, 1796

Benjamin Waterhouse, May 17, 1796, Article on Ores and Minerals

Benjamin Waterhouse, May 1796, Article on Natural History

Shakspeare - Tempest, act 1, scene 1 / painted by G. Romney ; engraved by B[enjamin?] Smith.

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Rush, January 22, 1797

Benjamin Smith Barton to Thomas Jefferson, October 26, 1798

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, October 18, 1798

[Sir Benjamin Thompson Rumford, Count, 1753-1814, head and shoulders portrait, right profile]

Dr. Benjamin Rush

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Rush, December 14, 1800

Benjamin Rush, M.D. Professor of Medicine, in the University of Pennsylvania

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Waterhouse, August 14, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Waterhouse, July 25, 1801

Benjamin Blackman to Stockley Donelson

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Hichborn, July 29, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Smith Barton, February 14, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Waterhouse, August 21, 1801, Illegible

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Hawkins, September 16, 1801, Illegible

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Stoddert, February 21, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Stoddert, March 17, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Vaughan, March 31, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Vaughan, June 7, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Waterhouse, September 17, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Stoddert, March 30, 1801, Partly Illegible

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Waring, March 23, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Waterhouse, August 8, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Waterhouse, December 25, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Waterhouse, June 26, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Henfrey, January 5, 1802

Benjamin Smith Barton to Thomas Jefferson, February 9, 1802

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, November 16, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, November 13, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Waterhouse, January 14, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Dearborn, June 5, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Smith Barton, March 29, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, June 26, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to William Benjamin and W. L. Blakewell, April 15, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Rush, October 4, 1803

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, April 4, 1803

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