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To the freeholders and freemen, of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen. From an earnest desire to avoid all occasion of heat and party spirit, at a time when so much depends on our Union and harmony ... But as Mr. Livingston, absolutely r

The Irishmen's petition, To the Honourable c-mm-ssi-n-rs of excise, &c. The humble petitition of Patrick O'Conner, Blany O'Bryan, and Carney Macquire, to be appointed inspectors and over-lookers for the port of -- ... Printed by desire. [New Yor

The Irishmen's petition, to the Honourable C-mm-ssi-n-rs of Excise, &c ... Patrick O'Conner, Blany O'Bryan, Carney Macquire. Lawrence Sweeney. [Printed by desire.] [n. d.].

To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen. Every good citizen must necessarily desire to preserve the peace of the City, and the freedom of elections ... [Signed John Morin Scott, P.V.B Livingston. Theodorus Va

Now in the press, and next week will be published, for the benefit of my fellow citizens and their posterity (In octavo) The true art of mixing every kind of wine and spirits, so as to retain the flavour of either sort you desire ... Also the tr

To the freeholders of the town of Jamaica. My fellow-townsmen. Nothing but a desire to promote your happiness, could tempt me to engage in the present dispute. The day is nearly approaching in which you are to meet together upon an affair, in wh

Providence, July 26, 1779. Sir By the annexed vote of the Town of Providence, you will perceive the anxious desire they possess of having the purposes therein expressed carried into execution. The absolute necessity of a common circulating mediu

Virginia, to wit: In General assembly, Friday, the 20th November 1788. Sir, The freemen of this Commonwealth in Convention assembled, having at the same time that they ratified the Federal constitution, expressed a desire that many parts which t

From the Pennsylvanian. The Hon. Thomas H. Benton. We subjoing an interesting correspondence between a number of our fellow-citizens and Colonel Benton arising from a desire on their part to meet him at the festive board during his visit to this

To the public. That regard which every virtuous member of society feels for his character, and a desire to exculpate myself from the false and monstrous charge which the basest malice has brought against me, are my motives for making this appeal

To the voters of the City of Washington: Fellow-citizens: Though one of the humblest of your number, I desire to address you a few observations upon the subject of the approaching election for the mayoralty ... One of the people. [Washington Jun

Dr. T. G. Clinton respectfully issues this notice of his desire to practice medicine in portion of Washington City, 12th street, near Maryland Avenue. June, 1843.

To the voters of Washington City. Facts are very stubborn things! We desire to call your attention to the claims of the different candidated for mayoralty of the city, to the votes of the working men ... and leave you to decide whether any one w

Kansas. To those who desire that Kansas should be free ... Worcester, Nov. 22, 1854.

Boston, Feb'y 19, 1859. I desire to call your attention to my removal from 26 Central Wharf, to No 2 Broad St., Cor of State, and shall be happy to receive a business or social all, at my new Counting Room, at your earliest convenience ... B. F.

To the people of Davies County. Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 19, 1861. As your representative, I came to Frankfort with an earnest desire and an honest intention of preserving the peace ... George H. Yeaman.

To the people of Massachusetts. Washington, August 15, 1862. The hospitals in and around this city (forty-four in number- many of them churches) are crowded with sick and wounded soldiers .... It is the earnest desire of the members of the Massa

Avoid the draft! ... All men who desire to join any particular regiment of cavalry now in the field, are hereby authorized to present themselves at any time during the next thirty days ... James B. Fry Provost Marshal General. Norristown, Pa. He

... To the Committee of public safety and all drinkers of intoxicating liqours, as well as to the ministers of the gospel. With the earnest desire for the day when no intoxicating liqours will be either made, sold or drunk I will endeavor to sha

Lincoln, Loudoun Co., Va. Month 4th, 1872. Respected friend: We desire to present a brief statement of the facts relating to two bills (S. No. 260 and 860), reported to the Senate from the Committee of claims, "For the relief of the loyal citize

Sedalia, Mo., July 1st, 1874. Dear Sir: Having been appointed to read an Essay on Anaesthesia and anaesthetics at the next session of the Mo. Med. Ass'n--- meeting in April, 1875--- And having a desire to make said essay as complete as possible

... To the public. We desire to call your attention to the fact that we have fitted up and opened a district office ... New York April 1, 1881.

To conchologists, etc. I desire to obtain suites of the species named in my list for special study. If you can supply any of these and find anything in my list of duplicates which is of value to you, I will gladly make an exchange ... B. Shimek.

People who desire a rest in the parks of Constantinople can always obtain chairs for ten cents Posters go about with a dozen chairs tied to their backs and are always willing to dispose of them for ten cents. The renter can have th[e] chaire [sic] for an hour or all afternoon the price is always the same. This picture shows one of the chair owners on the island of Proti, where the American Red Cross is main[t]aining a colony for the care of more than a thousand Russian refugees brought from Odessa and other Black Sea ports.

A Roumanian beauty out for a stroll in Sinaia. Tall, dark with jet black hair and eyes, they account for the Roumanian man's distaste for work and desire for pleasure, which makes Bucharest famous as the "gay Paris of the East" "I do." Making out an application for a trip to the land of advertised golden bricks. A Roumanian emigrant at the American Consulate in Bucharest. Daily hundreds are turned away because of the oversubscribed quota.

Demountable employee housing. Three-bedroom war workers' house constructed in five slices. On this project, where the houses went into an existing community in Alabama to provide housing for employees of chemical and metallurgical industries of the TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority), the local desire for traditional appearance was accommodated by the use of a pitched roof. Each side of the roof is hinged at the eaves and is laid down, during transport, over the ceiling to bring overall height within normal highway clearances

Washington DC photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Visits FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] ... and resigns. Francis Biddle, until today (Friday) Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board, is seen here as he was about to enter the White House for a conference with Pres. Roosevelt. Following the visit it was announced that Biddle had formally submitted his resignation on the N.I.R. Board. The N.I.R.B. will itself go out of existence next month. Personal reasons, and a desire to return to the practice of law were given as cause for the retirement. Biddle's name has lately been linked with new possibilities of appointment, perhaps to foreign service, 7/5/35

Poor white hallway, Georgetown, D.C. Seldom do these people have even the desire to clear up rubbish, and the broom shown here seems to be out of place

Republican Mayor of Philadelphia tells Chief Executive desire to cooperate, Washington, D.C. Aug.12. Republican Mayor S. Davis Wilson, of Philadelphia, talking to newspapermen at the White House today following a conference with Pr

Republican Mayor of Philadelphia tells Chief Executive desire to cooperate, Washington, D.C. Aug.12. Republican Mayor S. Davis Wilson, of Philadelphia, talking to newspapermen at the White House today following a conference with President Roosevelt. At the same time he told President Roosevelt of his desire to cooperate with the administration, Mayor Wilson laid before the Chief Executive a request that Navy construction awards for a battleship, two submarines and destroyer be placed with the Philadelphia Navy Yard. He also asked for a 30 million PWA loan

Army making pneumonia vaccine. Washington, D.C., Sept. 1. The Army Medical Center is preparing a pneumonia vaccine for the first mass scale inoculation ever attempted in the battle against the disease. Volunteers from the CCC will be the human guinea pigs in the experiment. The vaccine, which is 10 times as costly as gold, is being made for distribution this fall to all CCC enrollees who desire inoculations, officers expect to have enough vaccine to safeguard 300,000 individuals. Captain John R. Wood, of the Army Medical Center is shown dissolving the active ingredients in strong hydrochloric acid in the first step of manufacture[...]

Army declares war on pneumonia. Washington, D.C., Sept. 1. The Army Medical Center is preparing a pneumonia vaccine for the first mass scale inoculation ever attempted in the battle against the disease. Volunteers from the CCC will be the human guinea pigs in the experiment. This vaccine, which is 10 times more costly as gold, is being made for distribution this fall to all CCC enrollees who desire inoculations. Officers expect to have enough vaccine for the safeguarding of 300,000 individuals. Captain John R. Wood, is shown with the partially purified product when it dialyzed in cellophane sacks to remove the reaction substances that give chills and fever and to further purify the product....

No legislation will keep us out of war Rep. Fish tells House committee. Washington, D.C., April 11. The senior republican member of the House Foreign affairs Committee, Rep. J. Hamilton Fish, appearing at the hearing on neutrality legislation today declared "No legislation will keep us out of war, but we can write legislation that can have a tendency to keep us out of it" he said he felt that behind all the neutrality laws was the desire of the administration to determine the aggressor nation. Rep. Sol Bloom, chairman of the Committee, is seated.

Wife of Pomp Hall, Negro tenant farmer, writing on typewriter. Through union activities this family has developed a desire for higher education. This typewriter is to them a symbol of that education and as such is the most prized family possession. Creek County, Oklahoma. See general caption no. 23

FIRST LADY INAUGURATES NEW SERIES OF RADIO TALKS. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 30. IN THE FIRST BROADCAST OPENING HER NEW SERIES OF TWICE-WEEKLY INFORMAL RADIO TALKS FOR A COMMERCIAL SPONSOR, MRS. ROOSEVELT TODAY SAID HER DESIRE TO ESCAPE A 'FEATHER-BED KIND OF EXISTENCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE' WAS ONE OF HER REASONS FOR MAKING EXTENSIVE TRIPS AROUND THE COUNTRY

Housing for lumber workers in the Tillamook County, Oretgon. In August of 1933 a forest fire in one week swept through 290,000 acres of woodland. This area is now being cleared and most of the partially burned trees are of commerical value. The future (after clearing is completed) is undecided--some factions desire reforestation; others believe that it can be adopted to some form of agriculture, probably cattle and sheep and goat raising

Posting ceiling prices in foreign languages. The plea to "Buy United States War Stamps and Bonds for Victory," which completes the ceiling price sign, emphasizes the patriotic spirit shown by O. Schwartz, proprietor of a children's dress stand in one of New York's East Side marketplaces. Mr. Schwartz shows his desire to help his country by posting his maximum prices in cooperation with the government's fight against inflation

[Portrait of Marlon Brando, in A Streetcar Named Desire]

[Portrait of Edna Thomas, in A Streetcar Named Desire]

[Portrait of Marlon Brando, "Streetcar Named Desire"]

Leonardo, the desire to know, desidero di Conoscere.

But still desire and will. Cambridge, Mass., Lowell-Adams House Printers, 1966.

Movie Industry pledges cooperation with the government. Washington, D.C., June 25. At a conference with President Roosevelt today, a group of motion picture company executives, led by Will Hays, emphasized the desire of the industry to cooperate with the government. In the front row, left to right: Darney Balaban, Paramount; Harry Chon, Columbia Pictures; Nicholas M. Schenck, Lowe's; Will Hays, and Leo Spitz, RKO. artists; Sidney Kent, 20th Century Fox; N.J. Blumberg, Universal; and Albert Warner, Warner Bros., 6/25/38

By desire More curiosities. This evening, Thursday 5th at 7 o'clock at Mr. Davis's City tavern, Richmond. A great number of new and surprising deceptions on cards; also, money, eggs, rings, ribband, dice, fiddle strings, cup & balls, hats, handk

Oil companies have no desire to create monopoly, House Judiciary Committee told. Washington, D.C., June 23. W.S. Farish, President of the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, said before the House Judiciary Committee today that there is keen competition among oil companies and that major companies have no desire to create a monopoly. Farish joined other oil company executives in condemning before the committee a bill to divorce production, refining, and marketing processes of the oil industry

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

Desire Under the Elms

Desire Under the Elms

Desire Under the Elms

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders : with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful / by J. Hill, M.D. ; publishd at the desire of some who found benefit from this method.

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