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Congress, , Draft Bill Regarding the Awarding of Prizes

Bill of Exchange for James Madison.

Anno regni Regis Georgii Secundi vicesimo septimo. A bill for further ascertaining the descent of real estates of persons dying intestate without issue. [Boston, 1754].

Bill and certification of overdue rent owed by Conrad Wheat to Evan Shelby

House of Commons, March 1770, Notes on Grenville Bill; Procedures for Settling Disputed Elections

By the Upper House of Assembly, October 28, 1773. Gentlemen. We return the bill, entitled "An act for the regulation of the staple of Tobacco, and for preventing frauds in his Majesty's customs." ... Signed by order, U. Scott, Cl. Up. Ho. [Willi

Debates on dividing Orange County. Mr. Brush being in the chair, the House, according to the order of the day, proceeded to the consideration of the bill, for dividing Orange County, whereupon J n D N x, Esq; delivered himself as follows ... [Ne

[Revolutionary war broadside: The Boston committee of Correspondence responds to the Boston Port Bill. May 12, 1774]

Lord Camden's speech on the New-England fishery bill. Newport: Printed by S. Southwick [1775].

Thomas Jefferson, October 1776, Notes on Bill to Move the Virginia Seat of Government; Capitol; Courthouse

At a meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of Boston, on Monday the 18th of November inst., it was voted, that the following hand bill be printed, and delivered to the inhabitants, for their government in giving in to the committee on

Ten Spanish milled dollars or their value in gold or silver, to be given in exchange for this bill at the treasury of Virginia, pursuant to act of assembly passed Oct. 20 1777.

One hundred Spanish milled dollars, or the value thereof in gold or silver, to be given in exchange for this bill at the treasury of Virginia, pursuant to an act of assembly passed October the 5th, 1778.

Avis au publico. To the Public. Oefentliche bekanntmachung. [Offering employment to the destitute in his workshop twenty-eight miles from Philadelphia; and giving the liberal bill of fare which will be provided] Imprimè à Philadelphie, par Henri

"Twenty dollars, this bill entitles the bearer to receive twenty spanish milled dollars ... Sept. 26, 1778"

One hundred Spanish milled dollars, or the value thereof in gold or silver, to be given in exchange for this bill at the treasury of Virginia, pursuant to an act of assembly passed May the 3d, 1779.

Virginia General Assembly, May 1779, Bill on Salaries for Government Officials; Written on Fragment of Note from "Mr. Foster"

Samuel McDowell to Thomas Jefferson, 1779, Request for Revised Bill

Thomas Jefferson to George Wythe, March 1, 1779, Memorandum on Bill to Regulate Practicing Attorneys; Changes in Court System

This bill of two hundred dollars shall be exchanged and redeemed in Spanish milled dollars, or the value thereof in gold or silver, at the rate of one for forty at the treasury of Virginia, on or before the thirtieth day of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, according to an act of assembly passed the seventh day of May, 1781.

Thomas Jefferson, 1784-89, Bill for Hardware; in French

Bazin to Thomas Jefferson, September 27, 1785, Bill for Three Dessert Plates Ordered for Abigail Adams; in French

James Madison, October-November, 1785. Notes on Debate on Bill for Relig Estabt proposed by Mr Henry.

John Bondfield to Francis Eppes, April 25, 1785, Bill of Lading for Wine Shipment to Thomas Jefferson

John Daman, August 7, 1786, Bill of Lading for Books Shipped from London to Thomas Jefferson in Paris

Ferdinand Grand to Thomas Jefferson, February 1, 1786, Bill Drawn by William Carmichael; Signed by J. I. Fauker for Ferdinand Grand

The House of representatives, apprehending it of importance, that the Governour's objections to a bill, reducing the salary of the governour from eleven hundred to eight hundred pounds ... Done in Court-Street Boston, by Edward Eveleth Powars, 1

Abraham Kirkman to Thomas Jefferson, August 22, 1787, Bill of Lading for Harpsichord

Stephen Cathalan Jr. to Thomas Jefferson, May 9, 1787, Bill for Rice Shipped Aboard the Louise, Signed by Etienne Cathalan; in French

Nicholas and Jacob van Staphorst to Charles Herries & Company, March 28, 1788, Bill of Exchange Made Out to Thomas Jefferson

Rolland to James Madison, February 26, 1788. Bill of Lading.

Coudet, January 16, 1788, Bill for Wine Shipped to Thomas Jefferson

Peter Seton to Thomas Jefferson, September 28, 1789. Bill of Lading.

The following is a copy of a bill, which was introduced and read in the Honorable General Assembly of this State, at their session last week at Newport--- the consideration of which is postponed to the next session. September 21, 1789. An act fo

Francis Hopkinson to Thomas Jefferson, May 1789, Bill

Marchand Epicier Piebot to Thomas Jefferson, July 8, 1790, Bill of Sale

Atcheson Anderson to Thomas Jefferson, January 17, 1791, Bill

Jacob Hiltzheimer to James Madison, September 2, 1791. Receipted Bill.

A bill providing for the sale of land in the Territory of the United States north-west of the River Ohio. [1792?].

James Monroe to James Madison?, May 14, 1792. Receipted Bill, Expenses.

Thomas Jefferson, November 19, 1792, Food Bill

Congress, December 1792, Memorandum on Bankruptcy Bill

John Swanwick and John Helmutt, September 27, 1793, Bill of Receipt

Tench Coxe to Thomas Jefferson, July 31, 1793, Bill from John Wilcocks

Amendments proposed in the committee of the whole House, to the bill to amend the act, intituled, "An act to establish an uniform rule of naturalization. [Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794] [Negative photostat.].

A bill authorizing the president of the United States to lay, regulate, and revoke embagoes. [1794?].

Fee bill ------ Law of Massachusetts ---- Published by authority. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six. An act, establishing and regulating the fees of the several officers, and other

Charles Watson to Andrew Jackson, December 3, 1796

At a General Assembly of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence plantations. In the House of representatives, June 18, A. D. 1796. The underwritten representatives dissent from the bill for establishing an estimate of the value of rateable pro

[Mrs] Hays

12th December, 1797. Committed to a committee of the whole House, to-morrow. A bill for the relief of the representatives of William Carmichael, deceased. [twenty-one lines] [Philadelphia: Printed by William Ross, 1797].

A bill to prevent citizens of the United States privateering against nations in amity with or against citizens of the United States ... [Philadelphia] Printed by John Fenno [1797].

11th February, 1800. Read the first and second time, and committed to a Committed to a committee of the whole House, on Friday next. A bill to allow a drawback of duties on goods exported to New-Orleans, and therein to amend the act intituted "A

February 6, 1801. Read the first and second time, and committed to a committee of the whole House, on Monday next. A bill to extend to aliens who arrived and became residents in the United States before a certain period, the benefits of the act

In Senate of the United Statds, April 30th, 1802. The Committee to whom was referred a bill from the House of representatives, entitled "An act to amend an act, entitled,"An act for the relief of sick and disabled seamen," and for other purposes

Lyman Spalding, 1802, Broadside of Bill of Mortality, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

3d April, 1802. Read the first and second time, and committed to a committee of the whole House, on Monday next. A bill, for the relief of Paolo Paoly ... [Washington] Duane printer [1802].

In Senate of the United States, April 26th, 1802. The Committee to whom was referred the bill, entitled "An act making an appropriation for the support of the navy of the United States for the year one thousand eight hundred and two," having con

Bill of mortality for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1801 by Lyman Spalding, M. B. &c. [Portsmouth, 1802].

Edward Howe, November, 1803. Bill of lading for tobacco shipment.

Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1802 by Lyman Spalding.

Josef Yznardi to Thomas Jefferson, October 18, 1803, Bill of Lading

John Hand to Thomas Jefferson, May 18, 1803, Bill of Lading for Nicolas Dufief

Nicholas Gouin Dufief to Thomas Jefferson, February 26, 1803, Bill of Lading

Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1803 by Lyman Spalding, M. B. &c. [Portsmouth, 1804].

Nicholas Gouin Dufief to Thomas Jefferson, 1804, Bill in French

Edward Johnston to Thomas Jefferson, July 11, 1805, Bill

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 1805, Broadside of Bill of Mortality

William Lee to Thomas Jefferson, 1805, Bill of Lading

Bill of mortality for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1805. By Lyman Spalding, M. D. [Portsmouth, 1806].

Thomas Munroe to Pontius D. Stelle, 1807, Bill

Customs Collector, February 24, 1807, Bill of Duties for Thomas Jefferson

Lyman Spalding, 1808, Broadside of Bill of Mortality, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Bill of morality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1807. By Lyman Spalding, M. D. [Portsmouth 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

Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth Newhampshire, for A. D. 1808. by Lyman Spalding. M. D. [Portsmouth 1809].

Robert Fielding, February 3, 1810. Receipted Bill, Carriage Equipment.

Stilley to James Madison, November 20, 1811. Receipted Bill.

Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1811 By Lyman Spalding, M. D. [Portsmouth 1812].

A bill to provide for the payment of that part of the direct tax of the United States, which is apportioned to the Commonwealth of Virginia and for other purposes. Presented, December 15th, 1814. [Richmond, 1814].

In Senate of the United States. November 28, 1814. A bill to authorize the purchase of the library of Thomas Jefferson, late president of the United States. [Washington, 1814].

Andrew Jackson to Marshall & Watkins, January 23, 1817

Bill of Exceptions in Unknown v. Unknown, [Law papers].

A bill "To amend the act, entitled, 'An act, to reduce into one act, the several acts and parts of acts for establishing a penitentiary house, and for the punishment of crimes, passed March the sixth, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen." (P

Dodge & Oxnard to Thomas Jefferson, September 27, 1821, Wine Shipping Bill

Bill to incorporate the town of Louisville

United States Congress to, December 21, 1828. Copy of the bill presented for the relief of Ebenezer Cooley.

To the public. To the gross charge of John Hambden Pleasants, in his hand bill of yesterday, which he alleges is founded upon documents in the hands of another prson, and which he has not seen, I can only reply by calling for the proofs. It is t

To the citizens of Washington. A hand bill is in circulation signed "a citizen and a tax payer" in which, among Gen. John P. Van Ness's claims to the honor of being re-elected Mayor of Washington, it is stated that he has ordered suit" against J

George Templeman to Andrew Jackson, April 15, 1833

V. Gibbs, April 11, 1833

Henry Toland to Andrew Jackson, May 30, 1837

H. R. 174. December 22, 1837 ... A bill to provide compensation to James Barron for the use of his invention called "A ventilator of ships." [Washington, 1837].

The globe-man after hearing of the vote on the Sub-Treasury bill

Trabue West & Co. to Andrew Jackson, Jr., September 6, 1839

Circular. Washington, November 9th, 1840 Dear Sir: In the full conviction that the bill providing satisfaction for the French spoliations prior to 1800, which is now pending in Congress, would be greatly aided and indeed voted at the coming sess

Washington, Nov. 10, 1840. To his Excellency Governor of Dear Sir: Having understood that many citizens of who are interested in a bill now pending in Congress, for the relief of American citizens who suffered by French spoliations prior to 1800

Military despotism! Arbitrary arrest of a judge [Regarding Andrew Jackson and Dominick A. Hall] During the session of Congress in 842, Senator Linn of Mo. introduced the bill for refunding the money to Jackson, with interest, amounting to {dolla

J. A. Puckett to [Sarah] Ward, December 11, 1841

Dr. Jackson's rheumatic liniment. Where this liniment is applied pain cannot exist. Please circulate this bill. Philadelphia 1848.

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