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Certificate of oath of allegiance

Ten Spanish milled dollars or their value in gold or silver, to be given in exchange for this bill at the treasury of Virginia, pursuant to act of assembly passed Oct. 20 1777.

One hundred Spanish milled dollars, or the value thereof in gold or silver, to be given in exchange for this bill at the treasury of Virginia, pursuant to an act of assembly passed October the 5th, 1778.

One hundred Spanish milled dollars, or the value thereof in gold or silver, to be given in exchange for this bill at the treasury of Virginia, pursuant to an act of assembly passed May the 3d, 1779.

The political raree-show: or a picture of parties and politics, during and at the close of the last session of Parliament, June 1779

Land-Office Treasury Warrant no. 2375 for George Rogers Clark

This bill of two hundred dollars shall be exchanged and redeemed in Spanish milled dollars, or the value thereof in gold or silver, at the rate of one for forty at the treasury of Virginia, on or before the thirtieth day of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, according to an act of assembly passed the seventh day of May, 1781.

Appointment of Commissioners of Oyer and Terminer

Contract for bounty land sale or assignment

Invoice from George Slaughter to William Johnston

Appraisal of articles used on Clark's expedition against the Wabash Indians

A proclamation

Subscription of tobacco shipments to New Orleans

Deposition of Captain David Hughes

Invoice of tax levy on Edmund Ly[ne's] property

Hero of the Wabash

Military orders from Aquilla Whitaker to James Hougland

Journal of the Senate at the first session of the General Assembly of the state of Kentucky

Military orders from Isaac Shelby to General [Thomas] Kennedy

Payroll for the command staff of Anthony Wayne

Appointment of Robert Todd as brigadier-general

Supply charges for Kentucky Mounted Volunteers

Meeting of the citizens of the state of Kentucky

Letter from Joseph Ballinger to Isaac Shelby

List of General Assembly Members

Abstract of rations for the guard at Drennon's Lick

Fayette County Meeting

The universal right of suffrage is in danger from the Bryan's Station ticket

Bond and appointment of Davis Floyd as pilot at the Falls of the Ohio

Letter from Juan Ventura Morales to James Wilkinson

Letter from Claiborne Rice to Joshua Lacy Wilson

Gen. Washington with some remarks on Jeffersonian Policy

Proofs of the corruption of Gen. James Wilkinson and of his connection with Aaron Burr : with a full refutation of his slanderous allegations in relation to the character of the principal witness against him

Appointment of Joseph Brown as census taker

A view of Colonel Johnson's engagement with savages (commanded by Tecumseh) near the Moravian town, October 5, 1812

To the Republicans of Fayette, Woodford, and Jessamine

To the generous patrons of the Argus

Volunteers

Hunter's of Kentucky. Or half horse and half alligator

Hunters of Kentucky

The president and directors for the Kentucky Insurance Company promise to pay ... or bearer on demand two dollars, Lexington 16 Aug. 1816

The president and directors for the Kentucky Insurance Company promise to pay ... or bearer on demand one dollar, Lexington 16 June 1816

Resolution from Kentucky's congress regarding payments to the widows and orphans of War of 1812 soldiers

Affidavit concerning the loss of a horse

The president, directors co. of the Cumberland Bank of Burksville promise to pay ... or bearer on demand five dollars. Burksville 28 Decem. 1818.

Lottery ticket

List of taxable property, Woodford County, Kentucky

The president, directors & co. of the Bank of Henderson promise to pay ... or bearer, five dollars on demand. Henderson 18 Aug. 1818

Map by George Armstrong, Jefferson County, Kentucky deputy surveyor

To the people of Kentucky

The president & directors of the bank of the commonwealth of Kentucky promise to pay ... or bearer, twelve & a half cents, on demand at their ... branch bank. Frankfort, ... 1822.

Demand twelve and a half cents in commonwealth's pa- per of

Bill to incorporate the town of Louisville

Attention!!! 2d bat. 10th regt. K. M. Company orders for 1827

A list of the members of the 12th General Assembly of the State of Illinois, with their age, occupation, place of residence, politics &c.

Abraham Lincoln to Elihu B. Washburne, Sunday, April 30, 1848 (Politics)

To the independent voters of Washington City! You have been earnestly invoked to mingle party politics in the mayoralty election ... [Signed] An old citizen. [Washington, 5 June, 1852].

Ager vs. information Young America politics.

Thomas H. Dudley to David Davis, Friday, August 24, 1860 (Politics)

John D. Defrees to David Davis, Wednesday, October 03, 1860 (Indiana politics)

Norman B. Judd to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, August 26, 1860 (Pennsylvania politics)

John Pettit to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, September 29, 1860 (Politics in New York)

Anson G. Henry to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, October 03, 1860 (Oregon politics)

Thomas B. Wade to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, October 26, 1861 (Telegram regarding politics in California)

Mark W. Delahay to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 29, 1861 (Kansas politics)

James Madison : from the original picture by Chappel in the possession of the publishers

Ira P. Rankin to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, September 20, 1861 (Telegram regarding California politics)

Horace White to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, October 22, 1862 (Illinois politics)

John Adams : from a painting by Chappel in the possession of the publishers

H. Knox : from the original painting by Chappel in the possession of the publishers

Philip Dorsheimer to Francis P. Blair Sr., Monday, August 11, 1862 (Politics)

J. Marshall : chief justice of the United States

John Hay to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, October 04, 1863 (Ohio politics)

Prospectus for publishing at Concord. N. H. a weekly newspaper, to be entitled the Democratic senrinel, devoted to politics, literature and general intelligence ... John B. Palmer, Concord. N. H., May 1, 1863.

John Shankland to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, September 03, 1864 (Politics)

Unknown to William H. Seward, Saturday, October 15, 1864 (New York politics; endorsed by Abraham Lincoln)

John M. Read to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 19, 1864 (Pennsylvania politics)

Thomas Ewing Jr. to William P. Dole, Friday, August 26, 1864 (Kansas politics; endorsed by Dole)

Joseph Medill to Martin F. Conway, Wednesday, September 28, 1864 (Politics)

Abraham Lincoln to William H. Seward, Monday, May 09, 1864 (Arkansas politics)

William H. Pearne to Benjamin Field, Friday, February 05, 1864 (New York politics; endorsed by Field)

H. C. Page to [John G. Nicolay], Saturday, October 08, 1864 (New York politics)

Thurlow Weed to William H. Seward, Tuesday, February 07, 1865 (New York politics)

Cornelius Wendell to Thurlow Weed, Sunday, January 28, 1866 (Politics)

Romish politics - anything to beat Grant / Th. Nast.

Bottled politics / J. Keppler.

The Perrine comet of politics ...

Politics makes strange wheel-fellows / C.J. Taylor.

Arising from the turbulent sea of politics / C.J. Taylor.

Plot of Tippecanoe battleground, November 7th, 1811

"Politics makes strange bedfellows" / Dalrymple.

Politics makes strange bed-fellows

Professor Hadley wants ideals in politics -- what's the matter with these? / Keppler.

In diplomatic circles. Mr. Tagg is fascinated by Washington society and decides to go into politics : he enjoys a vision of himself at the Court of Saint James

Advice to the mentally feeble -- keep out of politics

Who dares talk 1920 politics? This is 1918!

The people who spoke to me were earnest souls, with an idealism which seemed to lift them above party politics

In the evening the people of Athens gather in a great square and sip coffee to the strains of a military band. Politics is the main topic of conversation and discussion. It is said that once upon a time there were two Greeks who agreed on political matters but that is only a story A guard at the royal palace in Athens.

[Mr. C.K. Webster, Professor of International Politics of the University of Wales at the White House, Washington, D.C.]

DEMOCRATIC ENERGY. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND VICE PRESIDENT GARNER HELD A HALF-HOUR CONFERENCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY. GARNER LAUGHINGLY INSISTED THAT NO POLITICS WERE DISCUSSED. VICE PRESIDENT GARNER WILL MAKE A SPEECH AT THE CONVENTION ON SATURDAY NIGHT