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Virginia Company of London and the Colony, 1606-92, Miscellaneous Papers

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

Committee-Chamber, New York 1st May, 1775. Whereas it appears by the public papers, that all exportation from Philadelphia to Quebec, Nova-Scotia, Georgia, and Newfoundland, or any part of the fishing coasts, or fishing islands, is suspended; an

Boston, January 31, 1775. Yesterday a vessel arriv’d at Marblehead from Falmouth, in which, London papers were brought to the 12th of December, which were immediately sent to the Committee of correspondence of this town, containing. The King’s s

Ebenezer Hazard to Thomas Jefferson, June 30, 1775, Collection of Papers Relating to Virginia

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].

In Council. January 19, 1781. Sir. The invasion of our country by the enemy at the close of the late session of Assembly their pushing immediately to this place, the dispersion of the publick papers, which for the purpose of saving them necessar

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

The President's message on the treaty papers. Gentlemen of the House of representatives ... Geo. Washington. United States March 30,1796 [Boston] [Signed of hand] Done by A. Martin Orrery Press [1796].

Albany. February 16, 1798. Connecticut Gore. On Wednesday last the House of Assembly, agreeable to the order of the day, proceeded to the consideration of the message of his Excellency the Governor, and the papers from the Connecticut Gore Compa

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

A brief memoir of the late colonel Frederick Baron de Weissenfels. one of the heroes of the Revolution. Compiled from authentic papers left by his daughter and only heir, the late Mrs. Harriet De la Palm Baker, deceased ... [Signed] A friend of

James Monroe Papers: Oversized, 1802-1819, Series 4, Addenda, 1778-1831; 2014 addition; Presidential pardon for Nancy Swann, African-American resident of the District of Columbia, 1819 (Container 4:5)

State of New-Jersey. An act for the better preservation of the books and papers belonging to the Legislature of this State. [182-].

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.

Letter from Mrs. Barney to Gen. Jackson. Baltimore. June 13th, 1829. Sir Your note of the 22d April, addressed to me through your private secretary, accompanying the return of my papers ... [Signed] Mary Barney. Curtis, Pa. [1829].

Working men, attention!! It is your imperious duty to drop your hammers and sledges! one and all, to your post repair, this afternoon, at five o'clock P.M. and attend the great meeting called by the papers of this morning, to be held at the City

Lost!! on Friday or Saturday last, a wallet, containing a number of papers; among which was a note against N. Buckmaster. Also notes against John Mullady, John Chivens, John B. Dyo, Wentworth, Sacket, and others ... Edwin M. Hopping. Alton, Feb.

Wake up workingmen. You have repreatedly been told that W. W. Seaton is the Mechanic's friend, and his name has appeared in the papers as the Mechanic's candidate for the mayoralty at the election to be held this day. Don't believe such stuff--h

[Unidentified Liberian man in suit with watch fob and papers and pencil in his breast pocket]

Warrant of Attorney in Blong v. W. C. Taylor & Co., [Law papers].

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1859, July 17-Oct. 24

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1859, July 17-Oct. 24

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1859, July 17-Oct. 24

Agreement in Gregory v. Leonard et al, [Law Papers].

Naturalization. C. Humphrey Esq. will attend at No. 16 William Street Boston, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 24, 25 and 26, 1860. From 9 A. M., til 9 P. M., and prepare naturalization papers ... Boston, Keenan's Job press, 104 Washington St

Allan A. Burton to Irvine Moody, Friday, July 19, 1861 (Returns papers)

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

B. Heath to John G. Nicolay, Thursday, April 11, 1861 (Sends papers in support of application)

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1861, Mar. 6-31

Morgan Doheny to Michael Corcoran, Wednesday, December 03, 1862 (Sends papers)

Caleb B. Smith to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, July 15, 1862 (Requests papers)

Francis H. Peirpoint to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, October 18, 1862 (Telegram concerning papers)

Salmon P. Chase to John G. Nicolay, September 1862 (Requests papers)

Hagar J. Weston to Mary Todd Lincoln, Saturday, May 30, 1863 (Requests Mrs. Lincoln to show papers to her husband)

The too confiding South drafting terms of peace with the Federal Government (see Richmond Papers, July 6, 7, 8)

Abraham Lincoln to William H. Seward, Tuesday, July 21, 1863 (Requests papers from Navy Department)

Gideon Welles to Benjamin Balch, Monday, May 04, 1863 (Returns papers)

Charles O'Neill to John G. Nicolay, Friday, May 22, 1863 (Return of papers)

James Dixon to John G. Nicolay, Monday, April 27, 1863 (Return of papers)

James W. Singleton to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, September 21, 1864 (Requests return of papers)

William Faxon to John G. Nicolay, Saturday, December 17, 1864 (Papers for Schofield's case)

Francis P. Blair Sr. to Jefferson Davis, Friday, December 30, 1864 (Requests return of papers)

Dear Sir, The Prince society have now ready for delivery to members the second volume of the "Hutchinson papers ... Boston, Mass. December 1, 1865.

Clara Barton Papers: Subject File, 1861-1952; Civil War; Andersonville Prison, Georgia; Miscellany, 1865, undated

Clara Barton Papers: Speeches and Writings File, 1849-1947; Speeches and lectures; Correspondence; 1866, Jan.-1867, Apr.

Clara Barton Papers: Speeches and Writings File, 1849-1947; Speeches and lectures; Correspondence; 1866, Jan.-1867, Apr.

Clara Barton Papers: Diaries and Journals: 1866, Jan.-Dec.

Clara Barton Papers: Diaries and Journals: 1866, Jan.-Dec.

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1867, May 14-Dec. 4

Clara Barton Papers: General Correspondence, 1838-1912; Westfall, J. W. and Alice R., 1868-1905, undated

Clara Barton Papers: General Correspondence, 1838-1912; Westfall, J. W. and Alice R., 1868-1905, undated

Pickwick papers / F.O.C. Darley, fecit. ; H.E. Hall & Sons, engr.

"Everything points to a Democratic victory this fall - Southern Papers" / J.A. Wales.

Alexander Hamilton Stephens Papers: General Correspondence, 1784-1886; 1874, Mar. 3-29

Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, 1863-1957; International Committee of the Red Cross, 1863-1919; Conferences; Fourth International Red Cross Conference, Karlsruhe, Germany, Sept. 1887; Bills and receipts, 1887

Clara Barton Papers: Family Papers: Butler, Myrtis Barton (grandniece), 1888-1941, undated

[Full-length portrait of a man in suit and hat, holding papers and a board(?) in front of his face while cluthching a ruler(?)]

Clara Barton Papers: Letterbooks, 1876-1911; 1894, Apr.-1896, Sept.; 1900, Dec.-1902, Dec.; pp. 1-431

Clara Barton Papers: Diaries and Journals: Diarists other than Barton; Staff diaries; 1895, Jan. 28-1896, Jan. 1 (no. 3)

Walt Whitman fellowship papers - frontispiece, second year, Philadelphia, 1895-96

The bike as treated by the four funny papers

Equality Club. Papers to be read at the monthly meeting

French burn German papers

Miss Milholland selling papers

Jane D. Rippin. Seated at desk with papers before her.

[Booker Taliaferro Washington, seated, facing left, with papers]

New citizens sign naturalization papers in judge's chambers

[Theodore Roosevelt, seated, leaning on desk holding papers, facing front]

[She dropped down into his shabby college arm-chair and hid her face in the scattered papers on his desk]

Clara Barton Papers: Scrapbooks, 1835-1930; 1903, Butler, Pa.

[Theodore Roosevelt, head-and-shoulders portrait, seated at desk with papers, facing front]

[Theodore Roosevelt, seated at his desk, holding papers]

[William Lyon Mackenzie, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing slightly right, with left hand on papers]

The story of the glove : duly signed and sealed -- by a glove

Pres. Harding signing the Edge-Ansorge Resolution for the development of the New York Port along lines proposed by the joint commission of N.Y. and N.J. in the treaty entered into by the two states on April 30, 1921. The treaty looks to general relief from congestion the harbor and was endorsed by the War Department. Rep. Martin C. Ansorge, or New York, sponsor of the resolution is standing (third) from President Harding, with papers under arm

The above caddie (in the course of his third round with Colonel Foozle, who always takes out a collection of two dozen clubs, if only for the look of the thing) begins to doubt if he, the caddie, really belongs to the idle classes, as stated in the papers

Amusing themselves while waiting for morning papers. Location: New York, New York (State)

Widow & boy rolling papers for cigarettes in a dirty N.Y. tenement. Location: New York, New York (State)

#19A Waiting for morning papers. On steps of World Building. 1 A.M. February 12,1908. Small boy in centre of group is Joseph Levite, 83 Hester Street, 13 years old. Small boy on his right and below is Abraham Jachnes (See photo # 22[A]) Location: New York, New York (State)

Family Papers: Exchange of Coded Cables between Wilbur and Orville Wright, 1908

[U.S. Senate Sub-Committee on Labor Investigation, seated at tables covered with papers and fans]

[Sunday morning, March 7, 1909. Morris Hurowitz, 10 years old. Been selling 2 years. Sells Saturday until 8 P.M. Starts out again Sunday at 7 A.M. Sells 25 or more Sunday papers. Is a bright business-like chap, but shows signs of nervousness, (eye twitching, etc.) photo 608.] Location: Hartford, Connecticut.

Newsgirls waiting for papers. Largest girl, Alice Goldman has been selling for 4 years. Newsdealer says she uses viler language than the newsboys do. Besie Goldman and Bessie Brownstein are 9 years old and have been selling about one year. All sell until 7:00 or 7:30 P.M. daily. Location: Hartford, Connecticut.

7:00 P.M. Boys selling papers at the depot, Bridgeport, Conn. Smallest one has been selling for 8 years. Location: Bridgeport, Connecticut.

Arguelles Factory, Tampa, Fla. Not running to-day. Said to hire a good many young children as apprentices. A School Factory, advertised in papers 3 months ago, for apprentices at low prices. Location: Tampa, Florida.

Newsies starting out with Sunday papers, 6 A.M. Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

Hartford, Conn., newsboys. Boy in middle, Joseph De. Lucco, has been selling for 8 years. Was arrested for stealing papers a while ago. Location: Hartford, Connecticut.

Hartford, Conn. 6 A.M. Sunday. See photo and label 602 [Caption #602: "6:00 A.M. Sunday, March 7, 1909. Boys starting out with Sunday papers. Some were only 8 and 9 years old. Many more youngsters start out at 7 A.M. Some of these little fellows had been selling until 7 and 8 P.M. and later Saturday night."] and 664 [#664: "8,9 and 10 years old starting out at 6 A.M. Sunday."] Location: Hartford, Connecticut. / Photo by [...]

8 P.M. Harry Laudeman, 13 years old. Has sold papers for 7 years. Brother, Morris, 7 years old 46 inches high. Beginning. Hartford, Conn. Location: Hartford, Connecticut.

[8,9 and 10 years old starting out at 6 A.M. Sunday. [Caption #602: "6:00 A.M. Sunday, March 7, 1909. Boys starting out with Sunday papers. Some were only 8 and 9 years old. Many more youngsters start out at 7 A.M. Some of these little fellows had been selling until 7 and 8 P.M. and later Saturday night."][Caption #663: "Hartford, Conn. 6 A.M. Sunday."]. Location: Hartford, Connecticut. / Photo by [...]

William Tobias 80 Grattan St., Brooklyn -12 yrs old. Boy was starting for the subway to sell papers on "trains until 6 A.M. "Cause termorrer dey haint no school and I kin sleep all day and sell again at night." "All de barkeepers is me customers." Asked him how he could sell at night. "I just keep out'n de way of de cops." Weighs 60 pounds. Tall for age. Location: New York--Brooklyn, New York (State)

Mery Horn, a hunchback. The doctor told her it was a severe case and was being aggravated by the heavy load of papers she carried and so she must stop. She replied "But I need the spending money. I have to go to shows." Location: Hartford, Connecticut.

Small boy works as helper -- backroping in Great Falls Mfg. Co., Somersworth, N.H. Charles Chasse, 201 Main Street. When I inquired about him in the home, his mother very reluctantly admitted he was working, but said he is past 14 years of age. I met him on the street and he said he is to be 14 next month, when he hopes to get his "school papers." Said he has been working several months. Location: Somersworth, New Hampshire.

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