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At a General Court held at Boston in New England the second day of October 1678. [A proclamaton for a day of fasting and prayer November 21, 1678] [Cambridge, Printed by Samuel Green 1678].

By His Excellency Richard Earl of Bellomont Captain General and Governour in Chief of His Majesties Province of New York ... A proclamation Whereas in the moneth of November last past, one Henry Munden, commander of a merchant ship, called The J

An elegy in memory of the worshipful Major Thomas Leonard Esq. Of Taunton in New-England: who departed this life on the 24th day of November, AnnoDomini, 1713. In the 73d year of his age. [Boston. Printed by B. Green? 1713].

From the London Gazette published by authority. From Tuesday November 23. To Saturday November 27, 1714. By the King, a proclamation. Declaring His Majesty’s pleasure for continuing the officers in His Majesty’s plantations, till His Majesty’s p

Words of Consolation to Mr. Robert Stetson & Mrs. Mary Stetson, his wife on the death of their son Isaac Stetson, who perished in the mighty waters November 7th, 1718. Aged 22. [1718].

November 2, 1764. To the Honble Francis Fauquier, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant-Governour and Commander in chief of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the House of Burgesses ... To which his Honour was pleased to return t

November 7, 1766. To the Honble Francis Fauquier. Esq; his Majesty's Lieutenant Governour, and Commander in chief of the Colony and Dominions of Virginia; the humble address of the Council ... To which his Honour was pleased to return the follow

A petition to the people of Halifax. We the inhabitants of the District of Halifax. To all charitable and well disposed Christians of every denomination, send greetings … Signed at a legal town meeting, November 11, 1773.

New-York, November 5, 1773. To the friends of liberty, and commerce, Gentlemen. It must be strongly marked on your minds, that the end of the last non-importation agreement, was to obtain a repeal of the tyrannical act of Parliament, that impose

To the public. New-York, November 16th, 1774. We have had frequent intimations from England, both by private letters and news papers that there would be attenpts made to bribe the printers of the public papers in America; at least that such a me

Fresh intelligence. Monday. November 6, 1775. Williamsburg, (Virginia) Oct. 28. After Lord Dunmore, with his troops and the navy, had been for several weeks seizing the persons and property of his Majesty's peaceable subjects in this colony, on

Head-Quarters, Cambridge, November 1775. The generals flatter themselves that the new establishment of the army will not be less agreeable to the men in general, than it is calculated for action and economy … [An address to the soldiers.] [Cambr

Watertown, November 18, 1775. You have hereunder, copies of two resolves, one passed by the American congress, and the other by our General court, relative to collecting the proper evidences of the depredations made by the ministerial army and n

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].

Committee chamber, New-York, November 3, 1775. Whereas the Provincial Congress, in order that the duration of their power might be limited to a short period, did, by their resolve dated the 10th day of October last, and inserted in the publick n

In council. November 7th, 1775. Whereas by an Act of this colony made in the sixteenth year of the reign of George the third, intitled. An act impowering the courts of general sessions of the peace, within this colony to grant licences, to innho

Headquarters, Cambridge. November 1775. The generals flatter themselves that the new establishment of the army will be not less agreeable to the men in general, than it is calculated for action and economy; that they shall find in them the same

Fresh intelligence. Monday. November 6, 1775. Williamsburg, (Virginia) Oct. 28. After Lord Dunmore, with his troops and the navy, had been for several weeks seizing the persons and property of his Majesty's peaceable subjects in this colony, on

Orders to be observed during the time of fires by the inhabitants .. [Stringent directions to be observed by the inhabitants and the military] Given at Head-Quarters in Boston, this eighteenth day of November, 1775. [Boston: Printed by John Howe

The King’s speech to both houses of Parliament, on the 30th of November, 1774. Together with their addresses to his Majesty. [Boston: Printed by Mills & Hicks? 1775].

In the House of representatives, November 2, 1775. Whereas by two resolves of Congress passed the 1st of May and the 1st of July last, the provision made for the reception and support of the poor of the towns of Boston and Charlestown, who are d

In Congress, November 23, 1776. Resolved that a committee of five to be appointed, with full powers to devise and execute measures for effectually reinforcing General Washington, and obstructing the progress of General Howe's army, and that they

In Council of Safety. Philadelphia, November 14th, 1776. 12 o'Clock, Thursday. Sir. We have certain intelligence that the enemy has actually sailed from New York three hundred ships for this City and that great numbers had got out of the Hook at

United States Lottery. No. [blank] class the first : This ticket entiles [sic] the bearer to receive such prize as may be drawn against its number, according to a resolution of Congress, passed at Philadelphia, November 18, 1776.

In Congress, November 23, 1776. Resolved that a committee of five to be appointed, with full powers to devise and execute measures for effectually reinforcing General Washington, and obstructing the progress of General Howe's army, and that they

In Council of Safety. Philadelphia, November 14th, 1776. 12 o'Clock, Thursday. Sir. We have certain intelligence that the enemy has actually sailed from New York three hundred ships for this City and that great numbers had got out of the Hook at

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, November 16th, 1776. Sir. The fleet which sailed from New-York and took its course to the Southward with the appearance of a design to enter this River, after keeping that course for some time suddenly altered

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

Extract form the resolves of the General Court of the State of Massachusetts, passed on the 30th day of November, A. D. 1776. A resolve for amending and explaining a late act of the General assembly of this State, intitled “An act for providing

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, November 16th, 1776. Sir. The fleet which sailed from New-York and took its course to the Southward with the appearance of a design to enter this River, after keeping that course for some time suddenly altered

At a meeting of a number of the Citizens of Philadelphia, at the Philosophical Society's Hall, November the 2d, Samuel Howell, Chairman. Jonathan B. Smith, Secretary. It was unanimously resolved, to publish the following address to the inhabitan

A plan of the operations of the King's army under the command of General Sir William Howe, K.B. in New York and east New Jersey, against the American forces commanded by General Washington from the 12th of October to the 28th of November 1776, wherein is particularly distinguished the engagement on the White Plains the 28th of October.

At a meeting of a number of the Citizens of Philadelphia, at the Philosophical Society's Hall, November the 2d, Samuel Howell, Chairman. Jonathan B. Smith, Secretary. It was unanimously resolved, to publish the following address to the inhabitan

In the House or representatives, November 1, 1776. Ordered, that the following address from the General court of this state, to the officers and private soldiers who are gone from thence and are serving in the American army, be printed in two th

In the House of Representatives. November 24, 1776. Whereas the resolves of this Court of the nineteenth of October last, so far as relates to the additional encouragement to the non-commissioned officers and soldiers, has been found to be atten

A plan of the attack of Fort Washington, now Fort Knyphausen, and of the American lines on New-York Island by the King's troops, on the 16th of November 1776.

Bey einer versammlung einer anzahl Philadelphischer Bürger, gehalten auf dem Saal der Philosophischen Gesellscaft, den 8ten November, 1776 unter vorsitz Herrn Peter Chevalier. Wurde einmüthig brschlossen. Dass folgende Verhaltungs Vorschriften a

Bey einer versammlung einer anzahl Philadelphischer Bürger, gehalten auf dem Saal der Philosophischen Gesellscaft, den 8ten November, 1776 unter vorsitz Herrn Peter Chevalier. Wurde einmüthig brschlossen. Dass folgende Verhaltungs Vorschriften a

Sketth [sic] of the Hessian attack on Fort Washington under General Knypehausen on the 16th November 1776.

A plan of the attacks against Fort Miflin on Mud Island which surrendered 16th, November 1777 to the Kings troops under the command of the honorable Sir William Howe K.B. general and commander in chief &c., &c.

A plan of the operations of the King's army under the command of General Sr. William Howe, K.B. in New York and east New Jersey against the American forces commanded by General Washington from the 12th. of October, to the 28th. of November 1776, wherein is particularly distinguished the engagement on the White Plains, the 28th. of October.

A survey of the city of Philadelphia and its environs shewing the several works constructed by His Majesty's troops, under the command of Sir William Howe, since their possession of that city 26th. September 1777, comprehending likewise the attacks against Fort Mifflin on Mud Island, and until it's reduction, 16th November 1777.

Plan of part of the River Delaware from Chester to Philadelphia, in which is mark'd the position of His Majs. ships on the 15th. of November 1777. The obstructions to the navigation of the river, laid down by the rebels, are also mark'd.

In General assembly of Pennsylvania, Saturday, November 28, 1778. [Resolution, defining the manner of voting for, and against a Convention, and the points to be determined by the Convention] Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap. [1778].

[Cut] The dying criminal: poem, by Robert Young, on his own execution, which is tobe on this day, November 11, 1779, for rape, committed on the body of Jane Green, a child,eleven years of age, at Brookfield ... Printed and sold at the printi

War office, Williamsburg. November 11, 1779. The appointment of a clothier having in some measure altered the arrangements of the clothing department in this state, the whole direction of which was vested in the commissary of stores it becomes n

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the House of representatives. November 27, 1780. A resolve prescribing the form of inlistment for those men belonging to this Commonwealth, who shall inlist into the service of the United States ... [Boston: Pri

State of Connecticut. By the governor. Whereas by the Act of the General Assembly, passed in November last, laying a tax of one penny half-penny on the pound, payable in flour and grain, the receivers in the respective towns, are specially enjoi

Haerlem, November 21, 1783. State of New-York, ss. By the Council appointed by the Act of the Legislature, entitled, "An act to provide for the temporary government of the southern parts of this state, whenever the enemy shall abandom or shall b

New-York, November 26, Last Sunday night arrived the Lord Hyde Packet in 47 days from Falmouth. From the English papers brought we have extracted the following important advices. London. September 30. The definitive treaty, between Great-Britain

An act for appointing deputies from this Commonwealth to a convention proposed to be held in the City of Philadelphia in May next, for the purpose of revising the federal constitution ... November 9, 1786, read the third time and passed the Hous

General exports from the port of Charleston, South-Carolina, from November 1786 to November 1787 ... Custom-House, Charleston South-Carolina, December 1, 1787. George A. Hall, Collector. [Carleston 1787].

Virginia, to wit: In General Assembly, Friday, the 20th November, 1788. Resolved, that an application be made in the name and on behalf of the Legislature of this Commonwealth to the Congress of the United States, in the words following, to wir

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

An address to the public, from the Pennsylvania Society for promoting the abolition of slavery, and the relief of free negroes, unlawfully held in bondage ... Signed by order of the Society, B. Franklin, President. Philadelphia, 9th of November,

An address to the public, from the Pennsylvania Society for promoting the abolition of slavery, and the relief of free negroes, unlawfully held in bondage ... Signed by order of the Society, B. Franklin, President. Philadelphia, 9th of November,

By the President of the United States of America. A proclamation ... Nowtherefore, I do recommend and assign Thursday the twenty-sixth day of November next to be devoted by the people of these states, to the service of that great and glorious Be

Second Congress of the United States: at the second session, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the fifth of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two. An act relative to claims against

Second Congress of the United States: at the second session, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the fifth of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two. An act to provide for the allowan

Second Congress of the United States: at the second session, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the fifth of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two. An act regulating foreign coins,

Second Congress of the United States: at the second session, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the fifth of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two. An act to continue in force for a

Second Congress of the United States: At the second session, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, On Monday, the fifth of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two. An act to provide for the allowan

Second Congress of the United States: At the second session begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the fifth of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two. An act in addition to, and alterat

Second Congress of the United States: at the second session, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the fifth of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two. An act respecting fugitives from

Second Congress of the United States: At the second session, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the fifth of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two. An act to authorize the adjustmen

Virginia. In the House of delegates, Thursday, 28h November, 1793. Resolved that a state cannot, under the constitution of the United States, be made a defendant at the suit of any individual or individuals, and that the decision of the Supreme

Second Congress of the United States: At the second session, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the fifth of November, one thousand, seven hundred and ninety-two. An act to continue in force for

By His Excellency John Taylor Gilman, Governor of the State of New-Hampshire; a proclamation for a public thanksgiving ... The Legislature have appointed Thursday the thirteenth day of November next, to be observed as a day of public thanksgivin

Advertisement. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be exposed to public sale, at the Court-House, in Norris-Town, in the County of Montgomery, on Wednesday, the 11th of November next, at Twelve o'Clock-four contiguous trac

A plan of the city of Savannah : with a drawing of the part of the city burnt in the dreadful fires of the 26 November & 6 December, 1796.

Providence Episcopal church lottery No. [6705] This ticket will entitle the possession to such prize as may be drawn against is number, if demanded within six months. By order of the General Assembly of the State of Rhode-Island. November, 1797]

City of New York ss. At a Common Council held on Thursday the 8th day of November, 1797 ... A law to regulate carts and cartmen in the City of New-York. [Three columns] Given under my hand and seal this tenth day of November, one thousand seven

Scheme of the review, for the 13th November, 1798. in pursuance of orders from Brigadier General Washington. The Inspector does himself the honor to enclose to the commanding officers of corps, his schemes for the reviews of the 22nd. Feb. 1796,

Catalogue of students in Williams' College, November 1800. [Stockbridge, 1800].

Philadelphia, November 20, 1801. Elegant family Bible. Price seven dollars. Just published by Mathew Carey. an elegant edition of the Bible. in large quarto. [Philadelphia, Mathew Carey, 1801].

From the Office of the Mercantile Advertiser. Friday, November 27, 1801, 11 o'clock A. M. By the Ranger, Chamberlain, from London, arrived at Baltimore, bringing papers to the 12th of October. Preliminaries of peace. Preliminaries of peace betwe

... The following resolution passed the House of representatives on Wednesday last, and the senate yesterday. [Regarding the free navigation of the Mississippi River]. Frankfort, November 25, 1803.

The Independent Chronicle. Extraordinary, --- for Monday, November 5 1804. [Boston, 1804].

Regulating and paving streets. Proposals in writing, will be received at the office of the street commissioner, in the City-Hall, until Thursday, the 6th of November, for the following purposes, viz ... [Signed] John S. Hunn, Street- Commissione

President's message to the Senate and House of representatives of the United States ... Th: Jefferson. November 8th, 1808. From the Gazette Office.

Valuable property, at auction. On Thursday the first day of November, will be offered at public auction a lot of ground, lying between Mr. Reubin Canter's lumberhouse, and dwelling from 60 to 64 feet in front, and running back about 21 feet. It

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].

State of New-Hampshire. By the Governor. A proclamation for a day of thanksgiving ... appointed Thursday, the fourteenth day of November next, to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving ... Given at the Council Chamber in Concord, this third

Constitution of the Ladies Association of the City of Troy, for the assistance of students who intend to take orders in the Episcopal church. [Troy] November 1817.

"November"

State of New-Hampshire. By the governor. A proclamation for a day of thanksgiving ... I have thought fit to appoint ... Thursday the twenty-ninth day of November next, to be kept as a day of prayer and thanksgiving throughout this state ... Give

New York, November 19, 1824. The following is the substance of a trial of Messrs William & P. C. Smith for a conspiracy against Mr. Abraham Paul, as published in the New-York papers during the present week .... New York 1824.

Ode for the canal celebration, written at the request of the printers of New-York. By Mr. Samuel Woodworth, Printer ... The foregoing ode was printed on a moveable stage, on the 4th day of November, 1825 during the procession in honour of the co

All hail old hickory! Headquarters, Baltimore. November 8th, 1828 ... [Signed] Sioul Trah.

Order of services, at the dedication of the New Stone Congregational Church in Quincy, November 12, 1828.

Grand lodge of the District of Columbia. At the annual communication of the Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia, held at the Central Masonic Hall, in the City of Washington, on Tuesday, the 3d day of November, A. L. 5829, A. D. 1829 the foll

State of New-Hampshire. By the Governor, A proclamation, for a day of Thanksgiving and praise. By the advice of the Council, I appoint Thursday the 24th day of November next, a day of public Thanksgiving and praise throughout this State ... Give

Harrodsburg, November 8, 1831. Gentlemen. We herewith enclose to you the preamble and resolutions adopted at this place upon yesterday ... At a numerously attended meeting of the Citizens of Mercer County, friendly to the principles and measures

State of New Hampshire. A proclamation for a day of Thanksgiving, prayer and praise ... I appoint Thursday, the fifteenth day of November next, a day of public thanksgiving, prayer and praise, throughout this State ... Given at Keene, the tenth

Rail road celebration, November 18th 1835. [Norwich, 1835].

By his Excellency, Thomas W. Veanzey, Governor of Maryland. A proclamation ... do appoint and proclaim Monday, the 21st of November, instant, as the time of the next meeting of the General Assembly ... Given under my hand and seal ... this eight

To the Democratic voters of Frederick County Fellow-citizens of the county of Frederick: An important aera in the history of our country is fast approaching. On the first Monday in November next, you will be called upon to exercise the highest r

Sir. You are hereby requested to attend a special meeting of the stockholders of the Western rail road corporation, at the Old Court House in Court Square, in the City of Boston, on Thursday the 23d day of November A. D. 1837 ... [Boston, 1837].

Drawing of the Alton education lottery for the promotion of education. 22nd of November A. D. 1838. [Alton 1838].

Whigs of Hampden. Springfield, Mass. Saturday, November 3, 1838.