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No stamped paper to be had. [Philadelphia : Printed by Hall & Franklin, 1765]

No stamped paper to be had. [Philadelphia : Printed by Hall & Franklin, 1765]

[Arms] by the Honourable Cadwallader Colden, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant Governor, and Commander in chief of the Province of New York, and the territories depending theron in America. A proclamation. Whereas a certain seditious paper, was late

Advertisement of great importance to the public. The specious reason assigned by Alexander Robertson, in Mr. Gaine's last paper, relative to his attempting to introduce into this City certain goods therein mentioned contrary to the agreement sub

Observations relative to the manufacture of paper and printed books in the Province of Pennysylvania. [Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Bell, 1773].

To His Excellency the Right Honourable John Earl of Dunmore, his Majesty's Lieutenant and Governor General of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, and Vice Admiral of the same: The humble address of the House of Burgesses. [Regarding paper curre

To the inhabitants of the City and Colony of New-York. From Mess. Bradfords' paper of the 22d instant, the following judicious proposals, to the people of pennsylvania are reprinted, as being equally well adapted to this and several other Coloni

Philadelphia, January 2, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, a free and impartial weekly news paper, to be entitled, The Pennsylvania Ledger, or the Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New-Jersey weekly advertiser; upon the following condition

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

Philadelphia, January 2, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, a free and impartial weekly news paper, to be entitled, The Pennsylvania Ledger, or the Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New-Jersey weekly advertiser; upon the following condition

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 .

To the inhabitants of the City and County of New-York. Friends and Fellow Citizens. A paper addressed to the inhabitants of the City and County of New-York dated the 13th instant, in which the sin Messrs Usticks selling nails is declared, supply

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 .

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

Taxation royal tyranny, or The errors of the American Congress demonstrated by a geometrical axiom. Suppose the congress emitted two years ago thirteen millions, but now the emissions amount to one hundred and eighty millions of congress paper d

United States Congress, September 1, 1781, Printed Table of Currency Scale, Paper Money to Silver

The following paper having been much mis-represented by some person in this City, I have thought proper to publish it, for the perusal of all my fellow-citizens [Defence of His Address of January 15th, concerning raising by subscription the mone

To the Citizens of New-York. Keep a good Look-Out, my fellow-citizens! The enemies of federalism know they can do nothing in this City by fair play ... This proves, as clear as day, that no federalist had any hand in the paper signed many federa

The temple of reason a quarto paper. to be published every Saturday morning, in New-York: By A. Driscol. New-York, October 4, 1800 [Positive Photostat].

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[Paper hanging 66]

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[Paper hanging no. 1]

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[Paper hanging 68]

Paper mill at Hodgskintown near New Haven

Scroll design with branches and blue flowers

To the Editor of the Assembly Chamber, Albany 1836. Please send your paper, directed to a member of the Assembly, during the present session .... Clerk of Assembly. [Albany, 1836].

Papier

New publication.. The true republican: containing the inaugural addresses, together with the first annual address and messages of all the presidents of the United States ... This work is well printed on good paper, and new type, 12 mo size; hand

Refutation. To the Democratic party of Allegheny County. A paper called the Aurora, and professing to be Democratic, having made a charge against me ... I published in the morning post, the following plain denial of the charge ... George R. Ridd

[Title page and frontispiece showing slave on top of mountain, with his hands raised to paper labelled "libertas justitia" which appears in sky] / Childs.

... To the Editor of the Vt. Journal. The following paper, prepared in reply to an article in the "WoodstockAge" of last week, grossly fale and abusive in the statements and insinuations in relation to myself, the editor of that print has though

The progress of the age! A new paper, bearing this title, edited by D. L. Elder, will be published at Lexington, Ky., on Saturday, June 1st, 1850 ... May 24, 1850.

"Sure Catch" sticky fly paper

[Three unidentified men, all nearly full figures: man on left with side whiskers, standing, turned to the right, holding a piece of paper; center figure, standing, three-quarters to the left, one hand on hip; man on right, seated, in profile to the right, holding a pencil over a large print which, with two books, lies on a small table with tablecloth]

Calculator, showing the amount of paper required for printing a book of any given number of forms 1 to 50 exclusive of paper for binding. New York. [c. 1854].

This paper will be issued regularly, from and after Wednesday, December 3, and will be delivered to city subscribers at $2 per year, ... Vespasian Ellis. [Washington, D. C. 1856].

To the friends of freedom. Sir: Herewith you will receive a copy of The Free State Advocate, a campaign paper, published by direction of a committee of the Republican party ... Orders should be addressed. James B. Swain, 138 Nassau Street, New Y

[5 labels from soap and perfume pasted on sheet of paper with copyright entry, Deposited in Clerk's office, Southern District of New York, September 30, 1858].

Boston, Jan. 15, 1858. The subscriber, having been appointed General Agent in the New England states, for the sale of J. W. Watts & Co's prepared paper for the water closet, a preventative and cure for the piles, is now prepared to fill all orde

[House with paper windows and with a Mongol hut in the yard in front]

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Mattoon Illinois Gazette to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, October 09, 1860 (Wants $3 to publish Lincoln's name in the paper)

Important state paper. "Extention." Being a piece of the State liquor agency, which was blown by the late disastrous explosion into the State House, and from thence transferred to the Suffolk Jail, to be kept as a memento of the sad event. Respe

Mattoon Illinois Gazette to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, October 09, 1860 (Wants $3 to publish Lincoln's name in the paper)

The Methodist : the largest and best paper in the denomination / John A. Gray, Printer, Stereotyper, and Binder, Cor. of Frankfort and Jacob Sts., New York.

For the North American and U. S. Gazette. Mr. Editor:- I have read with that respect that his writings ever ensure for themselvs, the able article of Cecil in this morning's paper, and while agreeing to a portion of his facts and opinions, must

The dollar bill issued by the Merchant's Bank of Trenton, November 20th, 1861, is recorded in D. C. Wismer's "Obsolete Paper Money With Portrait of Lincoln.

The red, white & blue of '61. Magee's, Union Paper, and envelope store, 316 Chestnut St., ... Philad'a. [c. 1861]

Edward Bates to John G. Nicolay, Thursday, November 20, 1862 (Missing paper)

Some specimens of "Secesh" industry - intended for the London Exhibition of 1862, but unfortunately intercepted by the "Paper Blockade"

Leonard & Co. Auctioneers ... We shall hold a sale of books, photograph albums, paper and stationery to the trade and others in Boston, the third week in November ... Leonard & Co. Boston. Oct. 1st, 1863.

Richmond, Virginia. Ruins of State Arsenal and paper mill

[William Findlay Coolbaugh, founder of the Union National Bank of Chicago, full-length portrait, seated, reading a piece of paper, facing right]

[Ruins of paper mill, near Richmond & Petersburg RR Depot, Richmond, Va. 1865]

The San Lorenzo Paper Mill, Santa Cruz

Nasby's paper

The lack of a strong French republican organ has long been felt all over the country; and it is to answer the many calls made upon me, that I intend to establish such a paper in the city of Washington ... Frank F. Barclay. Washington January 11t

Paper Mill tract : [on Rock Creek, N.W. Washington D.C.] /

The truth of history. From "The Paper" Pittsburg, Pa. [1871].

Papier pour le dessin au crayon noir dit conté

U.S. Reports: Wood-Paper Patent, The, 90 U.S. (23 Wall.) 566 (1874)

[Photographs of six pieces of Confederate paper currency]

[Wall Paper Printing Press, Machinery Hall at the centennial, 1876, Philadelphia]

The Centennial -- wall paper printing press, Machinery Hall / photographed by the Centennial Photographic Company.

Plat of the survey of the Paper Mill tract : as conveyed by Edgar Patterson to Eli Williams, Chas. & Daniel Carroll, by deed, July 26th 1811 : recorded liber A.C. folio 93 /

U.S. Reports: Arthur v. Rheims, 96 U.S. 143 (1878)

Never! Since the creation of intellectual substance, has a nation of people exhibited more attrocious barbarity, than have the American people for the last quarter of a century ... Geo Lane. Author of the paper entitled "The Worlds own" &c. New

[Two views of a paper lantern, full and with the paper collapsed]

Paper mill, Combined Locks, Wis.

The joint debate (Republican paper)

[Woman leaning over a balcony with paper lanterns]

Girls of the paper mills, Appleton, Wis.

State Industrial School for Girls, Middletown, Conn. [4 images]: 1. Expostulating with a vicious girl; 2. Graduate; 3. Learning to cook; 4. Making paper boxes

The nation's great opportunity. Shall it be improved? Dear Sir: Permit me to call your attention to the enclosed paper, and the supplement thereto ... If Congress and the country would not abstain from excessive political strife and party confli

[Blank sheet of stationery with elaborate watermark for the French papermakers Canson & Montgolfier, including an 1883 calendar surrounded by a decorative border. Border includes a balloon in flight, a coat of arms, and filigree]

Dear Sir: A proposition has been made to our Committee by Frank A. Munsey, a successful and reliable publisher of this City, to start an illustrated paper, to aid in the campaign ... B. F. Jones, Chairman. New York City, August 2, 1884.

U.S. Reports: Dushane v. Benedict, 120 U.S. 630 (1887)

New bond paper map of the city of Washington.

Man peddling corn husks to be used as wrapping paper

Proposals for publishing at Richmond, Virginia a semi-weekly paper, to be called The Virginia Times. By T. W. Gilmer. [189-].

[Workers grinding and processing the ink used to print paper money at the Bureau of Engraving & Printing]

[Benjamin Franklin Tracy, Secretary of the Navy, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing left, looking at paper] / Miss Johnston, no. 1332 V Street.

Dells Paper and Pulp Co., Eau Claire, Wis.

Skilfully persuading him at last that a home paper was more suited to his needs

U.S. Reports: Dejonge v. Magone, 159 U.S. 562 (1895)

The paper gatherer, Chinatown, San Francisco

The paper gatherer, Chinatown, San Francisco

Wisconsin. Appleton Paper Mills

[Washington, D.C. public schools, 1st Div. - class making geometric forms with paper]

Knott Wright. "Stop reading that paper!"

Adj. Gen. Andrews holding sheet of paper

Paper mills, Holyoke, Mass.

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