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Philip II letter, 1578 Dec. 2.

Cupid delivering a letter

Cupid delivering a letter [to seated woman; above page of poetry in Dutch]

At the second sessions of the General Court held at Boston in New-England. Whereas it hath pleased his most excellent Majesty our gracious king, by his letter bearing date the twenty seventh of April 1678 ... that the oath of allegiance as it is

By his Excellency, a proclamation. Whereas His Majesty hath been graciously pleased by His royal letter, bearing date the sixteenth day of October last past, to signifie that he hath received undoubted advice that a great and sudden invasion fro

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.

[Reading a love letter]

Advertisement. Whereas there was an advertisement in the Boston News Letter the 4th & 11th days of this instant October, giving notice to the subscribers in the partnership for circulating bills or notes, founded on land-security, for meeting on

A new deceptio visus, or a guinea for a shilling. Being a curious medley, by way of letter

A perpetual almanack: the prime, epact, cycle of the sun, dominical letter, moon's age, high water, day of the month, day of the week, what days of the month all the Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, &c in any month of any year fall on lea

A perpetual almanack: the prime, epact, cycle of the sun, dominical letter, moon's age, high water, day of the month, day of the week, what days of the month all the Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, &c in any month of any year fall on lea

[A willing letter writer]

The life of faith: exemplified and recommended in a letter found in the study of the Rev. Mr. Joseph Belcher, late of Dedham, in New-England, since his decease. An answer to his question. How to live in this world so as to live in Heaven? to whi

[Passing a love letter]

A letter to his most Excellent Majesty, George the third, King of Great-Britain, France, and Ireland, and Emperor of North America, &c. May it please your Majesty. [Asserting that Parliament has usurped his authority by imposing taxes upon the c

Letter from Edmund Moran to Evan Shelby

New York. May 17, 1770. Advertisement. The subscribers to the non-importation agreement, are desired to meet at the Exchange tomorrow morning, prvisely at 11 o'clock to consider of a letter recieved from Philadelphia, relative to the non-importa

A letter to the majority of the General Assembly of Liliput. Before you, gentlemen, were called to a share in the Legislation, the House of Assembly was considered as the grand paladium of the people of liberty ... [Signed] A freeholder of Lilip

The melancholy case of Mrs. Ackerman. Copy of a letter from a Dutch farmer, in the County of Orange, to a gentleman of the law, in the City of New-York, [and] The answer. [Signed] Z. W. New York, January 29. [New York, 1772].

[Number III.] A letter to the majority of the General Assembly of Liliput. Gentlemen. Though a free people may for while submit to the influence of their rulers, yet there is a time when they will awake from their lethgary, when the spirit of pa

[Number II.] A letter to the majority of the General Assembly of Liliput. Gentlemen. You may possibly expect that the subject of my last should be continued in this letter ... [Signed] A Freeholder of Liliput. New York: Printed by John Holt, 177

Boston, December 1, 1773. Gentlemen, The Committee of correspondence for this Town had just prepared their letter covering the proceedings of the town at their two late meetings of the 5th and 18th ultimo, when a ship arrived from London with pa

Letter to the inhabitants of the City and Colony of New-York; My friends and fellow-countrymen. I was formerly much engaged in mercantile concerns, but of late years, for the sake of retirement, I have been chiefly employed in cultivating a smal

A letter, from Tom Bowline, to his worthy messmates, the renowned Sons of Neptune, belonging to the Port of New-York. My dear boys. As the time is approching, in which the ship, with the East India company's tea may be expected to arrive, and be

The following is a copy of a letter, said to be wrote by Gen. Brattle, to the commander in chief, viz. Cambridge, August 29, 1774. Mr. Brattle presents his duty to his Excellency Gov. Gage, he apprehends it his duty to acquaint his Excellency fr

A genuine letter from a well-known patriot at St. James's, to his friend in Boston ...

New-York. July 25, 1774. Extract of a letter from London, by way of Philadelphia, to a gentleman in this City. "the unhappy disputes which at present subsist between Great Britain and America, fill our minds with melancholy reflections, as the m

A letter to the inhabitants of the Province of Quebec. Extract from the Minutes of the Congress. Philadelphia, Oct. 1774

[A letter from Phillis Wheatley to Dear Obour. Dated Boston, March 21, 1774.].

To John Cruger, James Jauncey, James Delancey, and Jacob Walton, Esqrs; The representatives in General Assembly, for the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen: The author of this letter bespeaks a moment of your attention ... [Signed] Aristides

The following letter was some nights ago thrown in among the sons of Liberty. New-York, March 17th, 1775. Gentlemen. As there seems to be a great diversity of opinions among the friends of liberty in regard to the conduct which the inhabitants o

A genuine letter from a well-known patriot at St. James’s to his friend in Boston, relative to the present distracted state of American affairs. Dated London, November 28, 1774. [Boston? 1775].

The plot discovered, communicated by letter from a worthy American patriot in London, to his friends in this Country, dated March 15, 1775. [New York? 1775].

New York, May 8, 1775. Extract of a letter from Philadelphia, to a gentleman in this City, dated the 6th instant. Yesterday evening Dr. Franklin arrived here from Londin in six weeks, which he left the 20th of March, which has given great joy to

Dr. Auchmuty’s letter to Capt. Montresor, chief engineer, at Boston. New York, April 19, 1775. My dear Sir. Yesterday Capt. Coupar arrived from London; Rivington I conclude will have all the news in his paper, but for fear you should not get his

New York, May 8, 1775. Extract of a letter from Philadelphia, to a gentleman in this City, dated the 6th instant. Yesterday evening Dr. Franklin arrived here from Londin in six weeks, which he left the 20th of March, which has given great joy to

Philadelphia, January 14, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, in four pages folio, on a good letter and demy paper, in size and quality, equal to the Pennsylvania Gazette, or Journal. The Pennsylvania Mercury and Universal advertiser .

Philadelphia, January 14, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, in four pages folio, on a good letter and demy paper, in size and quality, equal to the Pennsylvania Gazette, or Journal. The Pennsylvania Mercury and Universal advertiser .

Ship Dutchess of Gordon, Off New York, 18th Dec. 1775. Sir, I lose no time in transmitting to you herewith, a letter I this morning received from Captain Parker, of his Majesty's Ship Phoenix, communicating certain instructions he has received f

To the public. The last news from Philadelphia, containing certain paragraphs, purporting to be a letter from England, containing imputations, that the subscriber has been instrumental by letters, to the sending out of troops to this country, to

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.

Fresh news from Boston. Copy a letter from a person of distinction at Cambridge, to a gentleman in this City, dated Cambridge, March 21, 1776. Sir, I shall now my dear Sir, acquaint you with some further particulars than which I have been transm

Edmund Pendleton to Virginia Delegates in the Continental Congress, July 13, 1776, Private Addenda to Letter of Same Date; Pennsylvania-Virginia Boundary Dispute; Indian Lands

New York, July 1, 1776. By the arrival of Capt. Williams, at Philadelphia from St. Eustatia, we have the following letter, which was received in this City yesterday evening. London, April 9, 1776. It will no doubt be entertaining to you to know

The Committee of both houses on the letter this morning received by this Court from His Excellency General Washington relative to supplying the army with fire-arms, beg leave to report by way of resolve: [That a committee be appointed to collect

Baltimore, Dec. 31, 1776. This morning Congress received the following letter from General Washington. Head-Quarters, Nowtown, 27th Dec. 1776. Sir I have the pleasure of congratulating you upon the success of an enterprize, which I had formed ag

[Notice, dated 4 July 1776, from a congressional committee to militiamen in Lancaster, Pa., accompanied by a letter of recommendation from the Philadelpphia Committee of Safety, concerning the defense of N.J. and Pennsylvania]

John Harvie to Thomas Jefferson, April 1777, Letter of Introduction for Strother Jones

Important News. Boston (Twelve o'clock) Friday, August 22. The following letter from the Hon. Major-General Lincoln to the Honorable council, is just received by express. Bennington, August 18, 1777. Gentlemen: I most sincerely congratulate you

Good news from the Northern army. Boston, October 13th, 1777. This morning at three o'clock an express arrived at Gen. Heath's with the following letter, viz. Camp three miles above Still-Water, October 9th, 1777. Dear General. This ... will inf

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, April 18, 1777, Letter of Introduction for Strother Jones

Thomas Jefferson, October 20, 1777, Notes on Virginia Committee on Laws; William Phillips letter of April 12, 1779

Letter from Thomas Walker to a unknown correspondent

Boston, April 27, 1778. The following bills, together with a letter from Governor Tryon to Governor Trumbull, and his answer thereto, came to hand this afternoon.

Thomas Jefferson Strother Jones, April 1778, Draft of Letter of Introduction for Strother Jones

John Page to Thomas Jefferson, June 2, 1779, Letter of Apology and Support for Jefferson's Election as Governor of Virginia

Philadelphia, July 23, 1779; To the public Fortunately we have preserved the original letter sent to our late chairman by the chairman of the city committee, and have it therefore in our power to prove, as it is a piece of justice due to ourselv

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, July 23, 1779, Request to Send Letter to Mr. Battora in New York under Flag of Truce

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].

The Colonial Gazette. Oct. 1781. Supplement Num. 39. Letter from Gen. Washington to the Governor of Maryland, announcing the surrender of Cornwallis

Thomas Jefferson to Robert Morris, September 30, 1781, Letter of Introduction for William Short

Extract of a letter from Trenton, dated. Jan. 20, 1781 [Giving an account of the British intrigue with the revolted Pennsylvania line dated. Philadelphia. January 22, 1781] [Philadelphia: Printed by David C. Claypoole].

Thomas Jefferson to Richard Peters, September 30, 1781, Letter of Introduction for William Short

Thomas Jefferson to Virginia General Assembly, January 23, 1781, Printed Circular Letter Sent with Proclamation Convening General Assembly

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].

Letter from Abraham Bowman to Jonathan Clark

William Wynne, R. P. Arden, A. McDonald to Thomas Townshend, Lord Sydney, November 7, 1784, Report of the King's Advocate, Attorney and Solicitor General on the 'Letter of Mr. Martin"

Samuel Shaw to John Jay, May 19, 1785, Newspaper Clipping of Shaw's Letter Describing His Trip to China

John Lamb, May 20, 1786, Extract of Letter

John Jay to Governors, May 3, 1786, Circular Letter

Thomas Jefferson to Robert S. Livingston, October 6, 1787, Letter of Introduction for Victor Dupont; Incomplete

Treasury Board to Wilhelm Willink, et al, December 5, 1787, United States Finances and Debt; with Extract of Letter

Thomas Jefferson to Christian Frederick Michaelis, et al, February 4, 1787, Circular Letter to New Members of American Philosophical Society

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Barclay, August 3, 1787, Letter of Recommendation

[Front page of The Boston Gazette, Nov. 26, 1787 containing letter to the editor from "A Federalist" concerning constitutional convention]

Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, January 13, 1788, Included Copy of Thomas Jefferson Letter to Hogguer, Grand, & Company, same date

Representative of John Lambert, March 2, 1788, Receipt Sent to Stephen Cathalan Jr., with Thomas Jefferson's Letter of March 3, 1788; in French

Thomas Jefferson to Unknown, June 22, 1788, Letter of Introduction for Marquis de Valadie

Thomas Jefferson to Baron de Blome, June 27, 1788, Letter for Count de Bernstorff

Constitutional Convention Journal, 1788, with Letter to Madison Dated April 17, 1796

Thomas Jefferson to Francis Coffyn, Mr. Cavalier, and Mr. Guiraud, September 13, 1789, Circular Letter

Letter from Barthelemi Tardiveau to St. John de Crevecoeur

Thomas Jefferson to American Consuls in France, January 15, 1789, Circular Letter on Whale Oil Trade

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, November 29, 1790, Note of Letter Received

Thomas Jefferson, March 20, 1790, Extract of Letter from a Gentleman in London to his Friend in New York

Father Abbey's will. To which is added, a letter of courtship, to his most amiable widow. Cambridge December, 1791.

Thomas Jefferson to Martha Randolph, June 23, 1791, Extract from Letter

Mediterranean Commerce Report, February 1, 1791, with Letter to Madison Dated April 17, 1797

Copy of a letter from the New-Paltz, in Ulster County, to Mr. C. C. in the City of New-York. Sir: Since I wrote you last, I have taken a tour through the southern part of our country [Regarding the campaign of Governor Clinton and John Jay] [Sig

City of Albany, February 16, 1792. On the 13th instant a letter was received by Abraham Ten Broeck, Esquire, from a gentleman in New York, informing that Judge Yates had publicly declined standing a candidate for Governor, and inclosing the foll

Algerine Captives, April 9, 1792, with Letter to Madison Dated April 17, 1798

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, June 26, 1793, with Extract of Letter from Vergennes

Wednesday, afternoon, April 16. This moment a kind correspondent communicated to the editor of the Morning Star, a letter from General Fisk of Salem, which he is happy in communicating to an impatient public. Ipswhich, Wednesday 11 o'clock, 1794

Letter from Joseph Ballinger to Isaac Shelby

James Madison Sr., February 11, 1796. Certified Copy of Oath of employment of William Russell enclosed in William Russell's Feb. 22, 2003 letter to J. Madison.

Plan of the French invasion of England and Ireland, &c. Extract of a letter, dated London, April 16, 1798. [Followed by] Plan of invasion, by the powers of France, Spain and Holland against England & Ireland. Philadelphia: Printed by James Carey

Copy of a letter from the Rev. Mr. Jacob Duche to General Washington October 8, 1777.

A certificate and a letter inclosing the same, written by a gentleman in New-York, to his correspondent in Kings County. New York, April 26th, 1800. [Positive Photostat].

Mr. Jefferson's last letter. The following letter is supposed to be the last production of the pen of the illustrious Thomas Jefferson, It was written to the Mayor of Washington, in reply to an invitation to attend the celebration of the Jubilee

Unknown to Unknown, February 11, 1801, Copy of Letter written "at Dillenburg near Marburg" on a Proposal to Establish "three colonies under the authority of the US peopled with emigrants from Germany"

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