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Philadelphia, Monday, December 27, 1773. The unanimity, spirit and zeal, which have heretofore animated all the colonies, from Boston to South Carolina have been so eminently displayed in the opposition to the pernacious project of the East-Indi

Colony of Massachusetts-Bay, 1776. We the subscribers, do each of us severally for ourselves, profess, testify and declare before God and the World, that we verily believe that the War, Resistance and Opposition in which the United American Colo

Colony of Massachusetts Bay 1776. We the subscribers, do each of us severally for ourselves, profess, testify, and declare, before God and the world that we verily believe that the war, resistance and opposition in which the United American Colo

To the freemen of the state of Rhode-Island &c. Gentlemen. Well convinced that the supporters of the present opposition have already exerted, and will continue to make every possible effort, to render that opposition successful, and among the mi

To the citizens of Accomack, Northampton, Elizabeth-City, Warwick and York. Friends and fellow-citizens. As I had the honor of being twice elected your representative without opposition, when your counties were added to Gloucester and Mathews to

Blowing up the new opposition / Argus Invt.

Independent opposition day boat for New-York, & intermediate landings, from the pier foot of Hamilton-St ... The new & splendid steamer Alida ... Albany From the Mammoth Job Press of H. D. Stone [1847].

James H. Lane to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 27, 1864 (Opposition to Mark W. Delahay's appointment)

The effects of the panic. New good just received, now selling without regard to cost! Articles of jewelry that usually retailed from $3 to $20 for only $1 each call and eaminine! at the opposition store, 476 Penn'a Avenue ..

[Cartoon showing Puck pointing at New York Herald and Staatszeitung newspaper buildings and saying to large female figure "Nemesis": "These proud edifices have helped to rear that one! (Madame Restell's medical office building). Your task is not yet completed". Cartoon shows editorial opposition to newspapers which permit classified ads for female doctors, who cater to females ("Frauenärztin") and for lurid amusement personals]

"Her resolute opposition" / G.E. Ciani.

[Opposition, England]

Opposition to funding bill. At a mass meeting of citizens of San Francisco, held Tuesday, June 19th, 1894, at Metropolitan Temple, the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted.

Opposition to resolution for suffrage amendment

Opposition to resolution for suffrage amendment; page 2

Opposition Grows Weaker Yearly

Elihu Root reaffirms his opposition to woman suffrage

[Suffragists Protest Woodrow Wilson's Opposition to Woman Suffrage, October 1916]

Campaign in Colorado [donkey with National Woman's Party sign advocating opposition to Democratic Party]

Rep. Royal Johnson before House Ways and Means Committee on bonus. Rep. Royal Johnson, of South Dakota and a World War hero himself, appeared before the House Ways and Means Committee today to voice his opposition against payment of the soldiers bonus

Teacher and scholar meet again. Washington, D.C., April 1. Memories of school days were recalled today when Dean Harry M. Bates of the Michigan Law School, faced Senator Henry F. Ashurst, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, across the witness table in voicing his opposition against the President's court reform plan. Senator Ashurst was a student in Dean Bates' (right) law class at Michigan in 1903. As he and Dean Bates met, Senator Ashurst said: "If I have made a failure at law, I'm going to blame it on you," 4/1/1937

In spotlight before Senate Judiciary Committee. Washington, D.C., April 6. Former President of the New York Bar, Charles C. Burlingham, appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee today to voice his opposition to President Roosevelt's court reorganization plan. Burlingham told the Committee that liberals, radicals and labor "May curse the day," when the president's judiciary plan was conceived. Burlingham said that he could think "of only one other Attorney General--whom I will not name--would not have resigned rather than condone or have any part or lot in such a shabby enterprise" as the court bill, 4/6/1937

Borah greets Moley. Washington, D.C., March 23. Senator William E. Borah, Republican from Idaho, greets Raymond Moley, former ace member of the Roosevelt "brain trust" as he arrived to express his opposition to the president's court reform plan before the Senate Judiciary Committee, 3/23/1937

Opposition to president's Supreme Court plan. Washington, D.C., May 21. Two of the bitterest opponents to the President's Supreme Court plan seem to be very happy after the Senate Judiciary Committee voted an adverse report on the bill, Sen. Burton K. Wheeler, D. of Montana, left, and Sen. Edward R. Burke, D. of Neb., are all set for another fight in case there is one

Declares farmers against Roosevelt judiciary reorganization plan. Washington, D.C., March 24. Louis J. Taber, Master of the National Grange, clenches his fists to emphasize a point today as he appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee to express his organization's opposition to the president's court reorganization plan. Taber declared the "grass roots" of America opposed the program because it threatened to result in Supreme Court that would be "supreme in it's political guess work," 3/24/1937

Former Envoy to Germany is last witness before Senate Judiciary Committee. Washington, D.C., April 23. The hearings of the Senate Judiciary Committee on the court reorginization drew to a close today with J. Gould Schurman, former American Envoy to Germany, as one of the last witnesses to oppose the plan. The proposal would rob the court of its world wide fame and divinity, Schurman told the Committee. Administration and opposition leaders on the Committee were in a heated clash today over whether the plan strikes at independence of the high tribunal, 4/23/1937

Opposition to government migratory labor camps. Portland, Oregon

Movie star before senate committee. Washington, D.C., April 3. The S.R.O. sign was hung out today at the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee Hearing as Robert Montgomery, movie star, appeared to express his opposition to a bill designed to prohibit "Block booking" and "Blind selling" two trade practices which curb the discretion that a movie house owner has in selecting pictures to be shown in his community. Speaking as a former President of the Screen Actors Guild, Montgomery told the Committee that the Guild and their lawyers have come to the very definite conclusion that if the bill should become a law it would cut in half the production schedules of the Motion Picture Industry. 4-3- 39

Opposes judgeship for former Governor James V. Allred of Texas. Washington, D.C., Jan. 27. Rep. Martin Dies today told a one-man subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee that popular sentiment is 'overwhelming against appointment' of Former Governor James W. Alred as a District Judge for the southern district of Texas. Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney, of Wyoming, was the only member of the committee present to hear Dies express his opposition, 1-27-39

San Francisco, California. After forty-four years of Republican administration, California gets a Democratic administration. The California "New Deal" faces same opposition as the national "New Deal"

Governor and two Ex-Governors testify before Senate Judiciary Committee. Washington, D.C., Feb. 1. When the Senate Judiciary Committee today began public hearings on the nomination of Floyd H. Roberts to be a Federal District Judge in Virginia, the present Governor James H. Price, left, and two former Governors, E. Lee Trinkle, center, and Westmoreland Davis testified in Behalf of Roberts. Both Virginia Senators Carter Glass and Harry F. Byrd are leading the opposition to Roberts, 2-1-39

Virginia Senators oppose nomination of Floyd Roberts to federal judgeship. Washington, D.C., Feb. 1. Senators Carter Glass and Harry F. Byrd, who are leading the opposition to the nomination of Floyd Roberts to a Federal District Judgeship in Virginia, are pictured as they listened to testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee when public hearings on the nomination began, 2-1-39

New River, North Carolina. Marine amphibian tractor. "The Marines have landed, and have the situation well in hand." A special leatherneck unit, training with new amphibian tractors at New River, North Carolina, is ready for any shore opposition as its land-and-water troop carrier brings them ashore in full battle gear to establish a beachhead

New River, North Carolina. Marine amphibian tractor. "The Marines have landed, and have the situation well in hand." A special leatherneck unit, training with new amphibian tractors at New River, North Carolina, is ready for any shore opposition as its land-and-water troop carrier brings them ashore in full battle gear to establish a beachhead

New River, North Carolina. Marine amphibian tractor. "The Marines have landed, and have the situation well in hand." A special leatherneck unit, training with new amphibian tractors at New River, North Carolina, is ready for any shore opposition as its land-and-water troop carrier brings them ashore in full battle gear to establish a beachhead

New River, North Carolina. Marine amphibian tractors. "We fight our country's battles on the land and on the sea." Marines, training with new amphibian tractors at New River, North Carolina, are ready for any shore opposition as their land-and-water troop carrier comes ashore to establish a beachhead

But there was one knight--the White Knight--a descendant of the house of Waldenses who knew she would win. And he said so even in the darkest of hours ... Who's who--The princess: Clare Boothe Luce--the opposition: Maggie Connors--the Red Dragons: Earl Browder, Rex Stout, Leigh Denenberg ...

A.T. & T. executive opposes profit sharing. Washington, D.C., Dec. 13. Appearing before the Senate Finance Subcommittee today, Charles P. Cooper, Vice President of A.T. & T., declared its opposition to profit sharing as national policy and condemned incentive taxation as 'unsold,' 12-13-38

House blocs battle boost and cut in new relief bill. Washington, D.C., Feb. 12. Chairman Edward Taylor, (D. Col.) of the House Appropriations Committee prepared today to meet opposition to the $250,000,000 Deficiency Relief Bill from two congressional factions, those that want to double it and those who would cut it in half. Trying to find out how the money will be obtained were left to right: Rep. Taylor; A.J. Altmeyer, Chairman of the Social Security Board; and Sec. of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, 2/12/38

Rev. Asbury Smith, representing the Maryland Keep Out of War Congress, before the Senate Naval Affairs Comm. in opposition to the proposed fortification of Guam

TVA foes join in attempt to force inquiry. Washington, D.C., Mar. 14. Foes of the Tennessee Valley Authority pooled forces today in an attempt to override administration opposition and obtain a Congressional investigation of the power agency. Senators William H. King (D.) of Utah, right, and H. Style Bridges, (R) of New Hampshire, said that President's Roosevelt's intervention Friday in the feud between TVA Chairman Morgan and his codiretors, Lilienthal and Harcourt Morgan had settled nothing, despite the fact that the President told the Directors to settle their dispute or resign, 3/14/38

"Putting the blast on." Washington, D.C., Aug. 9. At a specially called press conference today, Senator Royal Copeland of New York, charged that President Roosevelt "does more in five minutes to destroy democratic harmony than can be re-established in a generation of Jefferson Island picnics and peace dinners." He also told newsmen that the president's opposition to candidacy for the New York Mayorality is "directly tied in" with court issue. Copeland fought the court reorganization plan, 8/9/37

Representatives from AMA argue against Wagner health program bill. Washington, D.C., May 25. Dr. Morris Fishbein, President of the American Medical Association, and Sen. Allen Ellender of Louisiana, member of the Senate Committee which is holding hearings on a bill proposed by Sen. Robert Wagner to set into motion a $850,000,000 public health program. Officials of the AMA spent the day testifying in opposition to the bill

Senate committee hears British expert. Washington, D.C., April 6. Appearing before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee this morning, Dr. Harold J. Laskil noted British political scientist, told how King George V of England threatened to "pack" The House of Lords on 1911 to permit extension of the powers of the House of Commons. Laski related than in 1911 when The House of Lords threatened to defeat a measure extending the power of The Commons, King George issued an order that, should the Lord "get out of hand" he would create sufficient Lords to override the opposition, 4/6/38

Proposes arm equality for Japan. Washington, D.C., Feb. 24. Testifying before the House Naval Affairs Committee today, Rep. Ham Fish, R. of New York, saw no reason why Japan should not be given equality in Naval Armament with U.S., testifying in opposition to Presidents Roosevelt's $800,000,000 naval authorization program, Fish said Japan repeatedly has said she would be willing to give up battleships and airplane carriers because they are offensive weapons, 2/14/38

Frank Littell, of Mt. Vernon, IA, student at Union Theological Seminary, New York, today attacked President Roosevelt's request for increased military expenditures as "anti-social action" and said the young men he represented "will not bear arms" in event of war. "I do not believe in defending my country," he qualified. Littell, who described himself as "social chairman of the National Council of Methodist Youth," testified before the House Naval Affairs Committee in opposition to President Roosevelt's $800,000,000 Naval authorization plan. He attacked the administration for having an "ambiguous and undeclared foreign policy," 2/14/38

Fact finding board Chairman intent as he hears final argument on wage cut. Washington, D.C., Oct. 17. Chief Justice Walter P. Stacy; chairman of the president's fact finding board, ponders as he listens to final argument by Charles MacKay, counsel for 18 railroad labor organizations, non labor's opposition to the railroads demand for a 15 percent cut in wages. The boards findings will go to President Roosevelt with recommendations by Oct. 27, 10/17/38

Dupont opposes incentive taxation. Washington, D.C., Dec. 1. Appearing before the Senate Finance Subcommittee investigating profit sharing systems, Lammont DuPont, President of the E.I. DuPont De Nemours Co., today declared his opposition to incentive taxation as an inducement of social management of industry. He said that by careful study he had not been able to discover any practical[?] method for the federal government to introduce any plan of rewards or penalties in the tax system which will promote the exercise of sound business judgment

Private power interest against administration flood control and power bill, Rep. Rankin. Washington D.C. June 28. Appearing before the Senate agriculture today, Rep. John E. Rankin of Mississippi, declared that private power interests are opposing the administration's flood control and power bill because "they don't want to give electricity to the American people at what its worth" He added "they know it would control floods, better than ever before, and improve navigation, but still they are in opposition to the bill". 6/28/37

In spotlight as house committee considers tax revision. Washington, D.C., Nov. 4. Lovell Parker, (right) tax expert of the Treasury, appeared before the House Ways and Means Sub-Committee today as it began consideration of a general revision of the Federal Revenue Structure. Parker is shown talking to Rep. Frank H. Buck of California, a member of the committee who reported today that he has found wide-spread opposition to the revision of the undistributed profits tax, chiefly because it prevents new corporations from organizing, hampers expansion by old ones, and fail to provide an exemption cushion for those suffering from debt. 11/4/37

Maritime head still insists new method for handling maritime labor problems is necessary Washington, D.C., Jan. 26. Appearing before the Senate Labor and Commerce Committees today, U.S. Maritime Commissioner Joseph P. Kennedy declared that union opposition had failed to shake his belief that a new method for handling maritime problems is necessary. Federal Assistance will be necessary to any new development in American Shipbuilding, Kennedy also told the committee. He is shown with Senator Hiram W. Johnson, Republican of California and a member of the committee, 1/26/38

Black nomination approved by 13 to 4. Washington, D.C., Aug. 16. Senator Warren Austin of VT, left; and Senator Edward Burke, of Neb., right; talking with reporters after demanding Sen. Black of Ala. be questioned about his qualifications concerning the Supreme Court, the decisive vote came when Austin moved in the Senate Judiciary Comm. to delay action on the nomination pending further investigation of the legality of the appointment. The Black forces beat down that move by a vote 11 to five, making certain that the opposition headed for defeat [...]

Federal Reserve Board Committee before Senate Committee. Washington, D.C., June 13. Appearing before the Senate Banking and Currency Subcommittee today, Marriner S. Eccles, Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, expressed his opposition to a bill liberalizing provisions of the Federal Home Loan Act. He said that enactment of the act, sponsored by Senator Wagner, would expand operations of the Home Loan Bank System far beyond the scope of its original purposes

Joseph Medill to Horace White, Thursday, March 05, 1863 (Opposition in Illinois to the Conscription Act)

Joseph Medill to Horace White, Thursday, March 05, 1863 (Opposition in Illinois to the Conscription Act)

Joseph Medill to Horace White, Thursday, March 05, 1863 (Opposition in Illinois to the Conscription Act)

Joseph Medill to Horace White, Thursday, March 05, 1863 (Opposition in Illinois to the Conscription Act)

Joseph Medill to Horace White, Thursday, March 05, 1863 (Opposition in Illinois to the Conscription Act)

Joseph Medill to Horace White, Thursday, March 05, 1863 (Opposition in Illinois to the Conscription Act)

Joseph Medill to Horace White, Thursday, March 05, 1863 (Opposition in Illinois to the Conscription Act)

Thurlow Weed to William H. Seward, September 10 [1864] (Collapse of Lincoln opposition in New York)

Thurlow Weed to William H. Seward, September 10 [1864] (Collapse of Lincoln opposition in New York)

Thurlow Weed to William H. Seward, September 10 [1864] (Collapse of Lincoln opposition in New York)

Thurlow Weed to William H. Seward, September 10 [1864] (Collapse of Lincoln opposition in New York)

Thurlow Weed to William H. Seward, September 10 [1864] (Collapse of Lincoln opposition in New York)

To the worthy inhabitants of the City of New York. No subject is so misunderstood, none is so necessary at this season to be rightly apprenhended as Liberty [In opposition to the non-importation agreement and favoring the admission of the East I

To the worthy inhabitants of the City of New York. No subject is so misunderstood, none is so necessary at this season to be rightly apprenhended as Liberty [In opposition to the non-importation agreement and favoring the admission of the East I

Naturalized citizens. Recognition of their rights. What the Republican party has done in that behalf. The Democratic party in opposition. Washington, D. C., Sept. 19, 1884.

Naturalized citizens. Recognition of their rights. What the Republican party has done in that behalf. The Democratic party in opposition. Washington, D. C., Sept. 19, 1884.

Resolutions of the Board of governors of the State bar of California in opposition to adding six additional justices to the Supreme Court of the United States, passed at a regular monthly session held in San Francisco, February 19-20 1937.

Resolutions of the Board of governors of the State bar of California in opposition to adding six additional justices to the Supreme Court of the United States, passed at a regular monthly session held in San Francisco, February 19-20 1937.

Lockwood M. Todd to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, June 15, 1861 (Opposition to his appointment)

Lockwood M. Todd to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, June 15, 1861 (Opposition to his appointment)

John E. Williams to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, November 29, 1864 (John J. Cisco's opposition to Lincoln's reelection)

John E. Williams to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, November 29, 1864 (John J. Cisco's opposition to Lincoln's reelection)

John E. Williams to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, November 29, 1864 (John J. Cisco's opposition to Lincoln's reelection)

John E. Williams to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, November 29, 1864 (John J. Cisco's opposition to Lincoln's reelection)

Opposition to castor oil & salts!

Opposition to castor oil & salts!

National utility, in opposition to political controversy : addressed to the friends of American manufactures. Boston : Rowe & Hooper, Printers, [1816]

National utility, in opposition to political controversy : addressed to the friends of American manufactures. Boston : Rowe & Hooper, Printers, [1816]

Negroes to ride in City railway passenger cars! Morton McMichael declines to say wether he is in favor of, or against, negroes riding in the City passenger railway cars. Daniel M. Fox declares himself in opposition to all such privileges ... Rea

Negroes to ride in City railway passenger cars! Morton McMichael declines to say wether he is in favor of, or against, negroes riding in the City passenger railway cars. Daniel M. Fox declares himself in opposition to all such privileges ... Rea

Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 13, 1863 (Political opposition to Lincoln in Missouri)

Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 13, 1863 (Political opposition to Lincoln in Missouri)

Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 13, 1863 (Political opposition to Lincoln in Missouri)

Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 13, 1863 (Political opposition to Lincoln in Missouri)

Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 13, 1863 (Political opposition to Lincoln in Missouri)

Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 13, 1863 (Political opposition to Lincoln in Missouri)

Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 13, 1863 (Political opposition to Lincoln in Missouri)

Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 13, 1863 (Political opposition to Lincoln in Missouri)

Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 13, 1863 (Political opposition to Lincoln in Missouri)

Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 13, 1863 (Political opposition to Lincoln in Missouri)

Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 13, 1863 (Political opposition to Lincoln in Missouri)

Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 13, 1863 (Political opposition to Lincoln in Missouri)

Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 13, 1863 (Political opposition to Lincoln in Missouri)

Richard P. L. Baber to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 02, 1861 (Ohio politics and opposition to appointing Chase to cabinet)

Richard P. L. Baber to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 02, 1861 (Ohio politics and opposition to appointing Chase to cabinet)

Richard P. L. Baber to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 02, 1861 (Ohio politics and opposition to appointing Chase to cabinet)

Richard P. L. Baber to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 02, 1861 (Ohio politics and opposition to appointing Chase to cabinet)