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[Leggenda dei SS. Faustino e Giovita. [from old catalog]]Legenda de Sancto Faustino e Jouita.Brescia, Baptista Farfengus, 5 June 1490.

Page 1 of The Spectator, (London, 1712-17), no. 81; Sat., June 2, 1711

Flagellation / L'Agneau inv. ; June sc.

A sceene of sceenes. Elizabeth Cannings dream for ye good of her native country, which she dreamt soon after her arrival in America / J. June, sculp.

A plan of Chignecto (called also by the French Beau-Bassin) at the head of the Bay of Fundi upon the Istmus of Accadia shewing that harbour with its rivers, the situation of the English fort and fort possessed by the French, June 1755.

British resentment, or The French fairly coopt at Louisbourg / L. Boitard, invt. et delin. ; J. June, sculp.

A survey of the coast about Cape Lookout in North Carolina, taken the 29th of June,1756.

The comparison French Folly opposed to British wisdom / June, sc. ; J. June, sculp.

Eighteen pence. No. 6886 ... June 22, 1756

New York, June 23, 1769. To the publick. As I have justly incurred the resentment of my fellow citizens, from my behaviour, as set forth in an advertisement, Of great importance to the publick; I beg leave to implore the pardon of the publick, a

A card. Number 1. A member of the Church of England, and A Son of Liberty, presents his compliments to those gentlemen, who are for an immediate and untimely importation of goods from Great-Britain ... New York June 16, 1770. A Card, Number 2. A

New-York, June 12, 1770. Advertisement. Whereas a number of persons, who are immediately interested in the importation of goods from Great Britain; have entered into a scheme, to frustrate the laudable endeavours of those patriotic merchants, an

To the public [acknowledgement of William Semple, Alexander Bartram, James Stuart, Robert Wilson that they have violated the non-importation agreement] Signed Philadelphia June 30, 1770. These are to certify that we did sign the above acknowledg

To the Rev. Mr. Pitkin, on the death of his lady … [Signed] Phillis Wheatley. Boston, June 16th, 1772. [Boston 1772].

The particulars of the late melancholy and shocking tragedy, which happened at Salem, near Boston, on Thursday, the 17th day of June 1773 [Boston 1773].

New-York, June 22, 1774. Whereas it is reported, that an effigy or effigies will be exhibited this evening, this is to notify the citizens, that if any effigies should be exhibited this evening, the Friends of Liberty have no concern or agency i

Votes and proceedings of the town of Boston, June 17, 1774. At a legal and very full meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Boston, by adjournment at Faneuil-Hall, June 17, 1774. [Boston, 1774].

A list of the addresses to the late Gov. Hutchinson, Taken from the London Gazetteer, and New Daily advertiser, on Saturday, September 24th, 1774. To the printer of the Gazetteer. The 8th of June last, a most servile, fallacious and adulatory ad

[Population chart of Rhode Island, June 1774, showing breakdown by age, sex, race and community]

King George II, crowned June 11, 1727 - King George III, crowned Oct. 25, 1760

The following is the account of the number of inhabitants in the Colony, of Rhode-Island, taken between the 4th of May and the 14th of June, 1774, and ordered to be printed by the Hon. General Assembly, among their public acts and orders. Newpor

In Provincial congress Watertown, June 15, 1775. Whereas some of the inhabitants of the plantations in this Colony, not incorporated, and some of the inhabitants of the neighbouring colonies, together with a number of the late inhabitants of the

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

A correct view of the late battle at Charlestown : June 17th, 1775 /

Major Genl. Howe's encampment on Bunkers Hill at Charles T., June 1775.

Plan of the action which happen'd 17th. June 1775, at Charles Town, N. America.

In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 29, 1775. Resolved that thirteen thousand coats be provided as soon as may be, and one thereof given to each non-commissioned officer and soldier in the Massachusetts forces, agreeable to the resolve of co

In Provincial Congress, Watertown, June 8, 1775. Whereas it is necessary to have as soon as may be, a return of the number and equipment of the forces raised by this colony; and whereas it is of the utmost importance that such returns should be

In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 30, 1775. Resolved that all offences committed by any of the soldiers rais’d for defence of the sea coast, shall be tried by a Court martial, consisting of the field officers of the regiment of militia wit

A Plan of the battle, on Bunkers Hill fought on the 17th of June 1775,

Plan of Charles Town, with the intrenchments, and encampment of His Majesty's troops, after the action of the 17th. June 1775.

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

A song. Composed by the British butchers, after the fight at Bunker-Hill on the 17th of June 1775. Boston Sold at the bile and Heart in Cornhill [1775].

In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 17th, 1775. Whereas the hostile incursions this country is exposed to, and the frequent alarms we may expect from the military operations of our enemies, make it necessary that the good people of this colo

New-York, June 21, 1775. The General Committee for the City and County of New-York, having received intelligence that Andrew Tavener, master of the ship Sally arrived ... Newfoundland ... [Theophylact Bache makes sworn affidavit that its destina

In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 30, 1775. To the several town of the County of Hampshire, on the easterly side of Connecticut River, and the towns in the County of Worcester. This congress taking into their most serious consideration the

"Instructions for the inlisting of men" ...In Provincial Congress at New-York, June 20, 1775

New-York, Committee- Chamber, 5th June, 1775. Resolved, that Mr. Isaac Sears be nominated by this Committee for the approbation of the freeholders and freemen, of this city and county, to represent them in Provincial Congress in the room of Mr.

Sketch of the action between the British forces and American provincials, on the heights of the peninsula of Charlestown, the 17th June 1775.

In Congress, Friday, June 9, 1775. Resolved that no obedience being due to the Act of Parliament for altering the charter of the Colony of Massachusetts-Bay, nor to a governor or lieutenant governor who will not observe the direction of, but end

By an express arrived at Philadelphia on Saturday evening, last we have the following account of the battle at Charlestown, on Saturday the 18th of June, Instant ... Lancaster Printed by Francis Bailey [1775].

Boston, 26th of June, 1775. This town was alarmed on the 17th instant at break of day, by a firing from the lively ship of war; and a report was immediately spread that the rebels had broke ground and were raising a battery on the heights of the

In Provincial congress, New-York, June 2, 1775. Friends and countrymen. The parent of the universe, hath divided this earth amongst the children of men, and drawn out the line of their habitation ... To the inhabitants of the province of Quebec.

By an express arrived at Philadelphia on Saturday evening, last we have the following account of the battle at Charlestown, on Saturday the 18th of June, Instant ... Lancaster Printed by Francis Bailey [1775].

New York, June 24th, 1775. Last night arrived an express from the Provincial camp near Boston, with the following interesting account of an engagement, at Charlestown, between about Three thousand of the King's regular forces, and about half the

A sketch of the action between the British forces and the American provincials, on the heights of the peninsula of Charlestown, the 17th of June 1775.

Boston, 26th of June, 1775. This town was alarmed on the 17th instant at break of day, by a firing from the lively ship of war; and a report was immediately spread that the rebels had broke ground and were raising a battery on the heights of the

In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 17th, 1775. Whereas some of the inhabitants of the new plantation in this colony, not incorporated, and some of the inhabitants of the neighbouring colonies, together with a number of the late inhabitants

In Provincial Congress, Watertown, June 27th, 1775. Resolved that there be immediately raised in the County of Essex, ten companies, to consist of fifty men each, officers included to be stationed upon the sea coast … In Provincial Congress June

An elegy, occasion’d by the death of Major-General Joseph Warren, who fell fighting in defence of the glorious cause of his country, at Charlestown, in New England, on the memorable 17th day of June, 1775. Printed and sold in Watertown, near the

In Provincial congress. New York, June 7, 1775. Resolved, that whensoever doubts shall arise, which respect to the recommendations, or resolutions of the Continental Congress ... It is the duty of such persons, to apply to this board for an expl

Israel Putnam, Esq'r. - major general of the Connecticut forces, and commander in chief at the engagement on Bunckers-Hill near Boston, 17 June 1775 / J. Wilkinson pinxt.

A plan of the action at Bunkers-Hill, on the 17th. of June, 1775, between His Majesty's troops under the command of Major General Howe, and the rebel forces,

[Plan of the "Neck" and fortifications] Delivd. to H.E. Gl. Gage, June 30th. 1775.--J.M.

An intercepted original letter from General Washington to his Lady, in the year 1776. To Mrs. Washington, &c. My dearest life and love. June 24, 1776.

At a General Assembly of the Governor and company of the Colony of Connecticut, holden at Hartford, by Special order of his honor the governor, the fourteenth day of June, Anno Domini, 1776 Whereas the troops now rasing in this Colony must be fu

[A plan of the attack of Fort Sulivan, near Charles Town in South Carolina by a squadron of His Majesty's ships on the 28th day of June 1776, with the disposition of the King's land forces and the encampments and entrenchments of the rebels, from the drawings made on the spot.

By the Honorable Jonathan Trumbull, Esq; Governor and Commander in chief of the English Colony of Connecticut in New-England. a proclamation [appeal for enlistment] Given under my hand, at the Council Chamber, in Hartford, the 18th day of June,

The attack on the fort on Sulivan's Island the 28 June 1776 / painted by Henry Gray.

A Plan of the attack of Fort Sulivan, the key of Charlestown, in South Carolina, on the 28th. of June 1776. By His Majesty's squadron, commanded by Sir Peter Parker. By an officer on the spot.

In the House of representatives, June 17th, 1776. A resolve of the late House of representatives passed on the 10th of May 1776, that the inhabitants of each town in this Colony ought in full meeting warned for that purpose to advise the person

In the House of representatives, June 26, 1776. Whereas repeated applications have been made by the honorable Congress to this Court to procure a sum of hard money, to be forthwith sent into Canada, for the support of our army in that quarter, a

In convention of the representatives of the state of New York. To [blank] Greeting. Whereas this Convention, in pursuance of the resolves of the Continental Congress, did on the 9th day of June last, direct and order the raising and embodying,

A plan of the attack of Fort Sulivan, near Charles Town in South Carolina : by a squadron of His Majesty's ships, on the 28th of June 1776, with the disposition of the King's land forces, and the encampments and entrenchments of the rebels from the drawings made on the spot /

A Plan of that part of the boundary between the states of North and South Carolina, lying between that part of said boundary marked in 1764 and the old Cherokee boundary line. Fixed and marked by commissioners appointed by each respective colony, now states, in June A.D. 1772.

Sketch of part of the road from Freehold to Middle Town shewing the skirmish between the rear of the British Army under the command of His Excellency Genl. Sir Henry Clinton and the advanced corps of the rebel army, June 28th. 1778. Sketch of Middle Town.

Battle of Monmouth, June 28, 1778.

Plan of the town with the attack on Bunkers-Hill in the peninsula of Charlestown, the 17th. of June 1775.

Sketch of part of the road from Freehold to Middle Town shewing the skirmish between the rear of the British Army under the command of His Excellency Genl. Sir Henry Clinton and the advanc'd corps of the rebel army, June 28th. 1778. Sketch of Middle Town.

Sketch of part of the road from Freehold to Middle Town shewing the skirmish between the rear of the British Army under the command of His Excellency Genl: Sir Henry Clinton and the advance corps of the rebel army, June 28, 1778,

State of Vermont. In Council. Windsor, 7th June, 1779. Resolved, that the Captain-General's orders of the 6th of May last, to Colonel Ethan Allen, together with an extract of the proceedings of the adjourned Superior Court, held at Westminster,

Sketch of Stoney & Verplank's Points upon the North River, as taken possession of, and fortified by His Excellency Sir H: Clinton in June 1779.

The political raree-show: or a picture of parties and politics, during and at the close of the last session of Parliament, June 1779

Sketch of the rebel works at West Point as taken from the description of them given by a deserter who came to Stoney Point, 9th June, 1779.

In Congress, June 29, 1779. As Congress are bound by every motive of policy and of public & private justice to maintain the credit of the paper money emitted by their authority on the faith of the United States [Resolutions to borrow twenty mill

In Council. June 16, 1779. The Board proceeded to the consideration of the letters of Colonel Clarke, and other papers relating to Henry Hamilton, Esq ... Williamsburg: Printed by John Dixon and Thomas Nicolson [1779].

State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the House of representatives, June 15, 1779. Whereas by the returns made into the Secretary's office from more than two thirds of the towns belonging to this State ... [Boston: Printed by Thomas and John Fleet, 177

The birth-day ode* - as it was preformed before his M--, on the 4th of June, by the Royal Band

State of Massachusetts-Bay. Town of [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] 1779. This certifies that I have received of [blank] the sum of [blank] to be deposited in the [blank] in the State, agreeable to a resolve of the General Court passed June 2

[Map of Stony and Verplanck Points on the Hudson River as fortified by Sir Henry Clinton June 1779.

State of Massachusetts-Bay in convention, June 16, 1780. Whereas, upon due examination of the returns made by the several towns and plantations within this state, it appears that more than two thirds of the inhabitants, thereof who have voted on

An extract of a letter from an officer of the 71st regiment to his friend at Edinburgh, giving an account of the reduction of Charlestown, in South Carolina, with the list of the killed, wounded, and taken prisoners. [June 20, 1780].

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the House of representatives. June 16, 1781. Whereas it is now absolutely necessary that the whole number of men required of the several towns and plantations in this Commonwealth ... [Boston, Printed by Benjami

An act for enlisting soldiers to serve in the Continental Army. [Dated] June 21, 1781. Charlottesville: Prated by Dunlap and Hayes [1781].

State of Rhode Island and Providence plantations. In General Assembly, July session, 1781. Whereas the Council of war, on the sixteenth day of June last, did pass a resolve for relieving the militia of this State; and on the twenty sixth of the

Major gen'l. Joseph Warren - slain at the battle of Bunker's Hill June 17th 1775 / J. Norman sc.

State of New Hampshire. In the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-one. An act to ascertain the time for the old continental bills now current in this State, to be received into the Treasury for taxes ... In Council June 30,

State of New Hampshire. In the House of representatives, June 20th, 1793. An addres to the people of the State of New-Hampshire. Whereas the United States in Congress assembled, have taken into consideration so much of the eighth article of the

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 New-Hampshire. In the House of representatives, June 21st, 1783. Voted, that an order issue to the selectmen of the several towns and places in this state, who have afforded supplies to soldiers families within the current year, directi

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

View of the attack on Bunker's Hill, with the burning of Charles Town, June 17, 1775 / drawn by Mr. Millar ; engraved by Lodge.

His Excellency George Washington's last legacy. A circular letter ... dated June 11, 1783. [Fish-Kill? Printed by Samuel Loudon? or Poughkeepsie, printed by John Holt? 1783].

State of New Hampshire. John Taylor Gilman, Esquire, Treasure of said state: To the selectmen of Greeting. Pursuant to an act of the General Court of said state, passed the 11th day of June Anno Domini, 1784 ... You are hereby required to assess

The funeral of Trade, who died of a mortal stab receiv'd on the 13th of June 1785

In the House of delegates, Thursday, the 25th of October, 1787. [Seven resolutions for electing delegates to a convention to be held in Richmond on the first Monday in June, 1788, to act upon the proposed federal constitution] John Beckly, C. H.

Poughkeepsie, July 2, 1788. Just arrived by express, The ratification of the new constitution by the Convention of the State of Virginia, on Wednesday the 25th June, by a majority of 10; 88 agreeing, and 78 dissenting to its adoption. [Poughkeep

An act to establish an Executive department to be dominated the Department of war ... 1789, June 27. Read the third time and passed the House of representatives. New York: Printed by Thomas Greenleaf, [1789] [Positive Photostat.].

Mrs. Sage, the first English female aerial traveller, who ascended with Mr. Biggin in Mr. Lunardi's balloon, from St. George's Fields, June 29th, 1785 ... / L. Shelly, del. ; LeGrand, sculp.

State of New Hampshire. In Senate, June 13, 1791. Resolved, that the selectmen of every town and place in this State, from whom any certificate or indent taxes are now due, be directed immediately to call to account their collectors who are deli

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