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[Garden with people and apparatus for distilling a plant's medicinal essences]

[Indigenous people in domestic activities, one of whom is making a fire]

[Bacchus figure seated on a wine barrel with people in the background possibly mashing grapes for wine; possibly done as a study for stained glass]

[Images showing a shipwreck and people in a boat sailing toward the wreck]

[Explorers? interacting with native people at a settlement]

[Allegorical scene of three people with astronomy equipment]

To the King and Queen's most excellent majesties. The humble address and petition of the Governour, council, and convention of representatives of the people of your majesties collony of the Massachusets, in New-England [Regarding general restora

To the king and queens most excellent majesties. The humble address of the president and council for the safety of the people, and conservation of the peace. [Regarding restoration of charter and English liberties] Boston in New-England, May 20,

[Four people working with harvested tobacco in shed]

A relation of the misfortunes of the French neutrals, as laid before the Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania, by John Baptiste Galerm one of the said people. [Philadelphia, 1756].

A relation of the misfortunes of the French neutrals, as laid before the Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania, by John Baptiste Galerm one of the said people. [Philadelphia, 1756].

[Arms] By His Excellency, the Honourable Thomas Gage, general and commander in chief of all his Majesty's forces in North America, &c. &c. &c. Whereas, complaints have at times been made by the country people of not obtaining the payments due to

To all the good people of Virginia. We his Majesty's faithful subjects, the Council of this Colony, deeply impressed with the most sincere regard for the prosperity of our country, and the welfare of all its inhabitants ... can no longer forbear

[3 people working in a composing room, various pieces of loose type and a composing stick with letters inserted in it and three justified lines of type including both roman and italic letters]

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

To the people called freeholders and freemen of the "dirty corporation" of the City of New York ... Given under my hand, in Council, with my faithful allies aforesaid, this 21st day of February, being Monday, and in the sixth year of my Dominion

[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

Shah Allum in distress

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.

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

A circumstantial account of an attack that happened on the 19th of April 1775, on his Majesty’s troops. By a number of the people of the Province of Massachusetts Bay. On Tuesday the 18th of April, about half past 10 at night, Lieutenant Colonel

In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 17th, 1775. Whereas the hostile incursions this country is exposed to, and the frequent alarms we may expect from the military operations of our enemies, make it necessary that the good people of this colo

Whereas it is the prevailing rage of the present times, for people of all ranks, orders, and professions, to form associations, and erect themselves into what they call Congresses and committees of various denominations; who under pretext of red

To the people of America. Stop him! ... a traitor! ... Isaac Wilkins ... New-London, May 4, 1775

In Provincial congress, Concord, April 15, 1775 … Resolved that it be and hereby is recommended to the good people of this colony, of all denominations, that Thursday the eleventh day of May next be set apart as a day of public humiliation, fast

To all the good people of Virginia. [Williamsburg, 1775?] [Negative Photostat.].

In the House of Representatives, September 17th, 1776. Whereas doubt may arise in the minds of some of the good people of this state, who are willing to go out at this important juncture against our unnatural enemies, agreeable to the resolve of

Samuel Adams, esqr. One of the delegates from the province of Massachusetts-Bay to the general continental congress of North America.

The honble. Samuel Adams, esqr. First delegate to Congress for Massachusetts J. Norman sc

State of New Hampshire. In the House of representatives, June 20th, 1793. An addres to the people of the State of New-Hampshire. Whereas the United States in Congress assembled, have taken into consideration so much of the eighth article of the

Governeer Morris Esq'r., member of congress / B.B.E.

Charles Thomson Esq'r. - secretary to congress / B.B.E.

His excellency Henry Laurens, president of congress & minister plenipotentiary for treating of peace with Grt. Britain / B.B.E.

The man of the people, the foot-ball of the people

The minds of the people being greatly and justly agitated by the apparent intention of the government and the merchants of Great-Britain to deprive the industrious trader of every benefit of our commerce, by the entire monopoly of the same to th

Boston, April 18, 1785. The minds of the people being greatly and justly agitated by the apparent intention of the government and the merchants of Great-Britain to deprive the industrious trader of every benefit of our commerce ... [Boston, 1785

To his excellency the Governor, and the honorable council of the State of Maryland. The address of the subscribers, inhabitants of ... county, sheweth That the present circumstances of the people of this county, compel us to apply to you, in w

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His excellency, James Bowdoin, Esquire, Governour of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, an address to the good people of the commonwealth [Two columns regarding Shays' rebellion] ... [Boston: Printed by Adams an

A map of the great river St. John & waters (the first ever published) from the Bay of Fundy, up to St. Anns or Frederick's Town; being little known by white people, until 1783; settled by the American Loyalists, then part of Nova Scotia, now called New Brunswick from an actual survey, made in the years 1784, 85, 86 and 87,

- Once more- for the- liberties of the people of America. The present election is important- it may give peace or war to this State, and perhaps, to the union.- The sons of liberty (who are again called upon to contend with sheltered aliens and

[Three panel cartoon representing the change in condition of French peasants, union of the Three Orders (clergy, aristocracy, and people), and miserable plight of peasants]

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

Shaker's worshiping, (exercise) Gilbert

Staunton, September 3d, 1793. Considering it the duty of the people of this district, to declare their principles and opinions, on subjects which at present agitate the public mind ... and a respectable number having met for that purpose appoint

The specious orator Will your ladyship do me the honor to say £50,000 - a mere trifle - a brilliant of the first water, an unheard of price for such a lot, surely R. Dighton, 1794

[Indians dancing around two people at stake by fire] / S. Folwell, delt. ; P.R. Maverick, sct. N.Y.

The great South Sea caterpillar, transform'd into a Bath butterfly / Js.G. desn. et fect.

To the people of Kentucky. Fellow citizens [A plea for emancipation and for the election to the convention of persons favourable to it]. [Franklin Co.? Kentucky, April? 1799].

Odoke sanjūroku kasen

County economy Travellers remark on the amazing difference in economy of country people who reside in the northern states of America, from what is observed in the southern ... [1800?].

Crisis. To the people of the state of New York. War! War! War! Quit-rents, stamp acts- a common distress in our country is the order of the day- These evils presaged our war with Britain; they now presage a war with France, still more to be drea

Proclamation! To the people of Lebanon! I am about to leave you. I have endeavored since my entrance in your city to prevent all lawlessness ... Jno. H. Morgan. Act. Brig. Gen. C. S. A.

Generic names for the county and people of the United States of America ... [New York, 1803].

To the people of Columbia. Burrism. Lewisism ... [New York, 1804?].

Indian speech, delivered before a gentleman missionary, from Massachusetts, by a chief, commonly called by the white people Red Jacket. His Indian name is Sagu-ua-what-hath, which being interpreted, is Keeper-awake. ... Boston: Nathaniel Coverly

A most charming picture--Admirable figures

Head of Negro man wearing cap, front and back view

British barbarity and piracy!! The Federalists say that Mr. Christopher Gore ought to be supported as governor- for his attachment to Britain.--- If British influence is to effect the suffrage of a free people, let them read the following melanc

To the public. Whereas a number of hand bills have of late been thrown about our streets at sight, by an invisible post, people in general have supposed that this must have been done by the greatest of villains, with an intention to injure Mr. S

Gentlemen of the Senate and of the House of representatives. Called by your joint and unanimous suffrages, to fill the office of chief magistrate, under the constitution adopted by the people of this commonwealth, I repair with a full sense of m

Proposal by J. W. Scott, for publishing by subscription The Moment: a poem, addressed to the American people, and other poems. By J. M'Coy ... Philadelphia, Sept. 1, 1809.

Title page of Robert Smith, Address to the people of the United States (Baltimore, 1811)

[Cut] Theatre on fire. Awful calamity! A letter from Richmond, Virginia dated Dec. 27, says "Last night the theatre took fire and was consumed, together withe about 8- people, with the governor Smith- many were trampled to death under foot, othe

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

Thomas MacDonough U.S.N.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

Worcester, March 13, 1815. Gentlemen. In congratulating you upon the return of peace with a people whom our government indiscreetly chose to make an enemy, we should most fervently rejoice, could we announce, that the government, and its partiza

Substance of an address delivered by James M. Garnett to the people of Essex, at their late election for a member of Congress, held on the 17th April [1815?].

[Farm scene showing house, animals, people working]

To the people of Kentucky

Unanimous Declaration of Independence, passed in the United States Congress, by the representatives of the American people. [United States : s.n., 1823]

The People's Ticket, for President - Wm. H. Crawford ...

Town representatives. The present election presents a crisis at which it is important that every representative should be faithful to the character and wishes of the people. The citizens of New-Haven are decidedly opposed by a great majority, to

Ingratitude has been called the vice of republics. On the late occasion we have seen the Government and people of the United States give a practical and triumphant refutation of this calumny by their conduct to Gen. La Fayette. Another opportuni

Weighty considerations. Come let us reason together. People of Kentucky ... A free citizen. July 1828.

Address to the people of the United States. Mr. Holly. Alex A. Young, Pr [1828].

Jackson and the people's ticket [1828].

The following letter from Mr. Sloane, a member of Congress from Ohio, and accompanying comments, are taken from the Richmond Whig of October 1 [1828] and addressed to the people of Hanover, Henrico, New Kent, Charles City, and the City of Richmo

To the voters of the eighth Congressional district. Fellow Citizens: it has become necessary for me to publish a circular, in addition to the one already before the people for the purpose of correcting some erroneous impressions which have been

Shakers near Lebanon state of N. York, their mode of worship

Hero of the Thames. The citizens of the District of Columbia, friendly to the elevation of Col. R. M. Johnson to the second office in the gift of a free people, are respectfully requested to attend at the City Hall, on Tuesday evening next, at e

To the people of Waldo. Great Whig meeting in New York ... Election, Monday, September 8. Whig nominations. For Governor: Peleg Sprague. Representatives to Congress ... [1833].

The people putting responsibility to the test or the downfall of the kitchen cabinet and collar presses

Memory of Washington. People of America! Thirty-six years have rolled away since the body of your beloved Washington was consigned to the humble sepulchre in which it now reposes ... [Washington 1835].

Washington City, March 4, 1835. The session having drawn to a close, I hasten, before leaving this place, to communicate, as has been my practice ever since I have first been honored with a seat in Congress, to the people of the State, the leadi

The board of managers of the Washington national monument society to the American people ... New York. Oliver & Brother, Printers 89 Nassau Street [1835?].

To the Honorable the House of representatives of the United States: The undersigned of in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, respectfully remonstrate against all orders or resolutions of your honorable body 'abridging the right of the people to

Intelligencer- Extra. Harrisburg, Pa. Tuesday Evening, Dec. 26, 1838. To the people of Pennsylvania. It is our painful duty to inform the people of Pennsylvania that the Senate this afternoon passed a resolution by a vote of seventeen to sixteen

At a General Assembly of the State of Connecticut, holden at New Haven in said State, on the first Wednesday of May, A. D. 1838. An act proposing to the people an amendment to the constitution ... Approved, June 1, 1838.

To the people of the City of Alton. Since the report of the Select committee of the common council, on the subject of the expenses and receipts of the municipal court, was printed an important error has been discovered in the amount stated to ha

To the voters of Madison County. The people of [blank] precinct, are respectfully solicited to meet the candidates at [blank] on the [blank] day of July, at 12 o'clock. [s. l., 1840?].

To the people of Madison County. The expected reply of Mr. G. T. M. Davis author of the address to the people of Madison County, of the 23d of April, on the approaching elections of August and November, to Mr. Krum's attack upon that address, wi

Circular. Dear Sir: With this Circular you will receive a copy of the "Letters of Junius," which were written in order to expose to the people some of the frauds practiced upon them by officers in power ... Wm. R. Dickerson. Clayton, Pr. 76 S. T

Political chart of the United States : shewing the progress of reform, or sober second thoughts of the people.

A national hymn. Composed to be sung on the 14th of May 1841; the day recommended by the President, to be set apart as a day of fasting and prayer, by the people of the United States, on account of the death of Gen. Wm. H. Harrison by L. Griffin

In memory of President Wm. H. Harrison, who departed this life, April 4, 1841, aged 68, deeply lamented by 16 millions of people

In memory of President Wm. H. Harrison, who departed this life, April 4, 1841, Aged 68. Deeply lamented by 16 millions of people.

Citizens of Rhode-Island! Read! Mark! learn! From the following extract from Article 2d of the so called "People's Constitution," it will be seen who have and who have not a right to vote under that Constitution ... Providence, Feb. 18, 1842.

A hap-hazard song for the people. Being one of the series to appear to uncertain intervals. By Miss Terious Devil-up-ments! [1842?].

Circular. Sir.- The present is a momentous crisis, in the affairs of our State. A convention of the delegates of the people, legally assembled, has framed, with extraordinary unanimity, and in a spirit of magnanimous compromise, a Constitution f