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North America, as divided amongst the European powers.

New York, Committee-Chamber, Wednesday, 26th April, 1775. The Committee having taken into consideration the commotions occasioned by the sanguinary measures pursued by the British ministry, and that the powers with which this Committee is invest

In Congress, November 23, 1776. Resolved that a committee of five to be appointed, with full powers to devise and execute measures for effectually reinforcing General Washington, and obstructing the progress of General Howe's army, and that they

In Congress, November 23, 1776. Resolved that a committee of five to be appointed, with full powers to devise and execute measures for effectually reinforcing General Washington, and obstructing the progress of General Howe's army, and that they

Virginia Governor, 1779, Statement of Powers; Removal of Military Officers

Whereas in purauance of adequate powers respectively delegated to us, to carry into execution Articles of a Cartel, made on the 3d day of May, in this present year, between Capt. Cornwallis, on the part of Lieutenant General Earl Cornwallis, and

The British lion engaging four powers

Georgia. House of Assembly, 15th July 1783. Ordered that his honour the Governor and council be recommended and requested to transmit to the executive and legislative powers or departments, in every state in the United States, a list of persons

Bowles's new and accurate map of North America and the West Indies, exhibiting the extent and boundaries of the United States, the British dominions, and territories possessed in that quarter by the Spaniards, the French, and other European powers. The whole compiled and laid down from the best authorities, regulated and divided according to the Preliminary Articles of Peace signed at Versailles 20th. Jany. 1783.

Plan of the French invasion of England and Ireland, &c. Extract of a letter, dated London, April 16, 1798. [Followed by] Plan of invasion, by the powers of France, Spain and Holland against England & Ireland. Philadelphia: Printed by James Carey

The theatrical bubble;--being a new specimen of the astonishing powers of the great politico - Punchinello, in the art of dramatic puffing / Js. Gillray, invt.

State of New-Jersey. A supplement to the act entitled An act incorporating the inhabitants of townships, designating their powers and regulating their meetings. [182-?].

The awful beacon to the rising generation [Cut] Powers killing Kennedy. We here present the public with a view of the wretched Powers in the act of murdering the unfortunate and unspecting victim of his revenge…[Cut] Powers in prison. And his d

Genl. E. Cavaignac: appointed provisional president of the French republic with the powers of a dictator, June 23, 1848

Statement of the mill powers and shares in the proprietors of locks and canals, to which the several manufacturing companies at Lowell, are entitled ... Lowell, December 17th, 1853.

[Soldier identified as Osborne in Union uniform] / Whitehurst Gallery, 434 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C., M. J. Powers, photographer.

Proclamation. [Presidential powers to grant reprieves and pardons.]

[Map of the environs of Powers and Isoms ferries, Cobb County, Georgia].

Abraham Lincoln to Michael Hahn, Tuesday, March 15, 1864 (Hahn invested with powers of governor)

Powers, Hon. Lewellyn of Maine

Sudwest-Asien : possessions of European Powers /

Hiram Powers / painted by Alonzo Chapprl (i.e. Chappel)

Charles Frohman and David Belasco present a new play entitled, The first born by Francis Powers.

A few snap-shots at the "powers that be" in the average commercial house / Ehrhart.

Caleb Powers

Maurice J. Powers

Pat Powers seated

Louise Falconer, Margaret French, Mrs. John C. Powers, Ruth Roberts, Mrs. F.W. Chesebrough, Emilie Brown, Mrs. Nina Duryea and Grace Bristed

Mrs. Caleb Powers

Sgt. Leslie Powers

Ministers of Foreign Powers during negotiations with China - leaving Spanish legation after a sitting - Peking, China

The empress dowager's counsellors in dealings with the powers - members of the Tsung-li Yamen, Peking, China

Ministers of foreign powers during negotiations with China - leaving Spanish Legation after a sitting, Peking, China

Powers Building, Rochester, N.Y.

POWERS, J.N. HONORABLE

POWERS, J.N. HONORABLE

Powers Hotel, Rochester, N.Y.

POWERS, CALEB. HONORABLE

James T. Powers in The blue moon

Washington, D. C. April 1906. Mr. [blank]. Dear Sir: In view of the fact that Caleb Powers, the noted Kentucky political prisoner, is to be again tried in the State courts for the fourth time, charged with complicity in the killing of William Go

Mrs. Powers and her chickens in the yard of her house in Kearney, Nebraska.

Mrs. Powers in front of house with chickens in yard, Kearney, Nebraska.

Mrs. Powers feeding chickens at her home in Kearney, Nebraska

System Gathmann employed by one of the powers, in Naval engagement

GERMAN SQUADRON VISIT TO U.S. PRESIDENT TAFT AND PARTY LEAVING 'MAYFLOWER.' TOP DOWNWARDS: TAFT; MEYER; AMB. COUNT BERNSTORFF; COMDR. POWERS SYMINGTON

HORSE SHOWS. MRS. E.B. POWERS, PITTSBURGH, PA.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEES. COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE THE ALLEGED DIVULGENCE OF PRESIDENT'S NOTE TO BELIGERENT POWERS. POPULARLY CALLED 'LEAK HEARINGS.' HEARINGS, GENERAL VIEWS

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEES. COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE THE ALLEGED DIVULGENCE OF PRESIDENT'S NOTE TO BELIGERENT POWERS. POPULARLY CALLED 'LEAK HEARINGS.' HEARINGS, GENERAL VIEWS

Food will win the war Official pictures of the United States Food Administration are shown at this theatre / / Illian ; The W.F. Powers Co. Litho., N.Y.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEES. COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE THE ALLEGED DIVULGENCE OF PRESIDENT'S NOTE TO BELIGERENT POWERS. POPULARLY CALLED 'LEAK HEARINGS.' SHERMAN L. WHIPPLE, COUNSEL FOR COMMITTEE

Help our town win the right to fly this flag--Third Liberty Loan honor roll / The W.F. Powers Co. Litho., N.Y.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEES. COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE THE ALLEGED DIVULGENCE OF PRESIDENT'S NOTE TO BELIGERENT POWERS, POPULARLY CALLED 'LEAK HEARINGS.' TUMULTY, CENTER, TESTIFYING; FOSTER OF OHIO, LEFT, FACING CAMERA

Help New York win the right to fly this flag by helping the Rainbow Division / The W.F. Powers Co. Litho., N.Y.

Sir - don't waste while your wife saves--Adopt the doctrine of the clean plate - do your share / Crawford Young ; The W.F. Powers Co. Litho., N.Y.

Helena Hill Weed, Norwalk, Conn. Serving 3 day sentence in D.C. prison for carrying banner, "Governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed."

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEES. COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE THE ALLEGED DIVULGENCE OF PRESIDENT'S NOTE TO BELIGERENT POWERS, POPULARLY CALLED 'LEAK HEARINGS.' LANSING TESTIFYING; FOSTER OF OHIO, LEFT

They are giving all - Will you send them wheat? U.S. Food Administration / / Harvey Dunn 1918 ; The W.F. Powers Co. Litho. N.Y.

On the job for victory United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation / / Jonas Lie ; The W.F. Powers Co. Litho., N.Y.

Caleb Powers, KY.

Allied battleships in the harbor of Constantinople. With the success of the Turkish Army under Kemal Pasha these messengers of great powers are withdrawing to their home waters and again the Turkish crescent floats supreme over the city

Abigail Powers Fillmore [inaugural dress from First Ladies Collection], [9/3/24]

U.S. Reports: Donegan v. Dyson, 269 U.S. 49 (1925)

Witness sun's defiance to human powers, Washington, D.C., September 8. Senor Adolfo Niebuhr, of Argentine, Dr. Richard Plobet, of Germany, and Dr. Eugen Melchinger, of Germany, witness the failure of Dr. Charles G. Abbott's sun ray machine. The device which is said to be capable of operating half-horsepower steam engine by the sun's heat failed when the concentrated heat proved too much for the soldier connections The men are representatives of their respective countries to the Third World Power Conference which is now being held in this city

Cotton state Solons present demands for enactment of farm program to president. Washington, D.C., Aug 5. Led by Senator Ellison D. "Cotton Ed" Smith, of South Carolina, a delegation of congressmen from the cotton states called on President Roosevelt today and presented their demands for enactment of a farm program before congressional adjournment. After the conference a spokesman for the group told reporters he felt the president would make stabilization loans under existing discretionary powers, probably through the Commodity Credit Corporation, on all basic commodities if given "definite assurances" that a farm production control program would be enacted early next session. In the picture, left to right: Rep. William R. Poage, Texas; Rep. John J. Sparkman, Ala.; Senator Ellison D. Smith, S.C.; Rep. Rene L. De Rouen, LA.; Rep. Lyndon Johnson, Tex.; Rep. Aaron Lane Ford, Miss. and Rep. Clyde Garrett, Texas, 8/5/37

Grant more powers to Federal Reserve Board, Cromwell tells Senate Committee. Washington, D.C., Aug 4. The Federal Reserve Board should be granted the power to 'stabilize the dollar' and increase the flow of money, James H.R. Cromwell, monetary expert and husband of tobacco heiress Doris Duke, urged as he appeared before a Senate Agriculture Subcommittee today, Cromwell also voiced his approval of a bill by Senator Elmer Thomas which the Committee is considering, 8437

Nine Powers Treaty

Chard Powers Smith

American military delegation calling on Haile Sellassie. At the conclusion of the conference, His Majesty, Haile Sellassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, posed on the palace steps with the entire American delegation. They are, left to right: F. N. Polangin, Captain Conrad, Lieutenant Colonel Baughey, Colonels Bishop and Clark, George Strompl, Captain Powers, and Tafarra Worq. These pictures are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

New York, New York. WAVE (Women Auxiliary Volunteer Emergency Service) uniform modeled by a girl from the Powers Agency

Fort Benning. Armored forces personnel. Council of the powers. A group of armored forces officers work out a tactical problem and map a course of action that will broaden the training program at Fort Benning, Georgia

New York, New York. WAVE (Women Auxiliary Volunteer Emergency Service) uniform modeled by a girl from the Powers Agency

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Conference of the powers. A captain of the Marine Corps shows lieutentants studying glider pilotage some of the finer points of the game. The leathernecks are training many men in glider operation at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Conference of the powers. A captain of the Marine Corps shows lieutentants studying glider pilotage some of the finer points of the game. The leathernecks are training many men in glider operation at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina

Fort Benning. Armored forces personnel. Council of the powers. A group of armored-forces officers work out a tactical problem and map a course of action that will broaden the training program at Fort Benning, Georgia

New York, New York. Powers Agency model in a WAVE's (Women Auxiliary Volunteer Emergency Service) uniform overcoat

New York, New York. A Powers Agency model on the roof of third Naval district headquarters at 90 Church Street, dressed in a WAVE's (Women Auxiliary Volunteer Emergency Service) rain outfit

Manpower. Americans all. Their common hatred of fascism bridges the gulf in ancestory of these two Americans, one of Irish descent, the other born in Rumania. Working together with one urgent goal uppermost in mind - victory for the United Nations. J.Powers (left) and J.M. Deli are processing parts for America's medium tanks in a Midwest tank plant. Pressed Steel Can Company, Chicago, Illinois

A little miss hitting the mark. Although her mind is far from vengeance to be wrecked on the Axis powers, this little lady is contributing to their defeat. She has gathered up an old bicycle tire and other odds and ends to contribute to the scrap rubber collection drive. Reclaimed rubber made from these materials is playing an imcreasingly important part in the war effort. Large percentages of "reclaim" are now being used in many material articles, such as combat tires, self-sealing gas tanks, etc.. Help build up Uncle Sam's scrap rubbe pile by contributing any no longer used rubber articles you may have

New York, New York. WAVE (Women Auxiliary Volunteer Emergency Service) uniform modeled by a girl from the Powers Agency

Wartime conservation through home sewing is demonstrated by Powers model Cynthia Hope who works with a fabric-saving dress pattern. All patterns are now adjusted to WPB (War Production Board) conservation rules. Average saving: 1/8 yard per dress. Cynthia cuts the top of her contrast dress with a remnant which would otherwise be wasted. Utilizing remnants saves tremendous yardage, gets smart results

Lieutenant Colonel William K. McKnown, of Lawrence, Kansas, commander of the 314th Squadron of the 57th Fighter Group (center, wearing leather jacket) talking to his two aces, who each shot down five enemy planes over the Sicilian straits on April 18th; Lieutenant Duffey on his right and Lieutenant Powers on his left. The boys grouped around are officers of the 314th Squadron. Some of them took part in the air attack

Richard E. Duffey, twenty-four, of Walled Lake, Michigan, explaining his latest victory to Lieutenant MacArthur Powers, twenty-seven, of Inwood, New York, somewhere in Tunisia

Production. A-31 ("Vengeance") dive bombers. Oil tank installation. Vultee workers are shown installing an oil tank behind the engine firewall on the sub-assembly engine mounting. This Wright "double cyclone" engine powers the "Vengeance" dive bomber made at Vultee's Nashville Division. The "Vengeance" (A-31) was originally designed for the French. It was later adopted by the RAF (Royal Air Force) and still later by the U.S. Army Air Forces. It is a single-engine, low-wing plane, carrying a crew of two men and having six machine guns of varying calibers

Wartime conservation through home sewing is demonstrated by Powers model Cynthia Hope who works with a fabric-saving dress pattern. All patterns are now adjusted to WPB (War Production Board) conservation rules. Average saving: 1/8 yard per dress. Cynthia cuts the top of her contrast dress with a remnant which would otherwise be wasted. Utilizing remnants saves tremendous yardage, gets smart results

Lieutenant McArthur Powers, twenty-seven, of Inwood, New York, (left) and Lieutenant Richard E. Duffey, twenty-four, of Walled Lake, Michigan, at the 57th Fighter Group base somewhere in Tunisia after both men had become aces in a single engagement by destroying five enemy planes. Powers, who had been with the Royal Air Force at El Alamein, now has seven enemy planes to his credit. He had two with the Royal Air Force

Francis Gary Powers - Senate Armed

World federal government with powers adequate to establish, preserve and enforce a law of peace is a minimum essential ...

Thomas Powers Ranch, Granary, 4137 North Highway 224, Snyderville, Summit County, UT

Colonel Powers House, Amite Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Thomas Powers Ranch, Milking Barn, 4137 North Highway 224, Snyderville, Summit County, UT

Immediate legislation needed to take profits out of war, Legion commander tells House committee. Washington D.C. Testifying before the House Military Affairs Committee today, National Commander Harty Colmery, of the American Legion, declared that the European situation had caused a "very definate" public demand for legislation to "take the profits out of war" appearing as the first witness in the Sheppard-Hill bill hearings providing for industrial mobilization and powers for the President to fix price ceilings during war periods, Colmery asserted that the measure would be a powerful deterrent to war

Tillie R. Powers, Age about 77

Senate hears husband of tobacco heiress on monetary problems. Washington, D.C., Aug 4. James H.R. Cromwell, monetary expert and author of "In Defense of Capitolism," urged a senate agriculture subcommittee today to grant powers for the Federal Reserve Board to stabilize the dollar and increase the flow of money. At the same time, Cromwell, who is husband of Doris Duke, tobacco heiress, voiced his approval of a bill by Senator Elmer Thomas which the Committee is considering, 8/4/37

Urges expanded powers for Home Loan Bank Board. Washington, D.C., May 11. Chairman John H. Fahey of the home Loan Bank board today told a Senate Banking and Currency Subcommittee that a bill to expand powers of the Board would stimulate housing and was very desirable in the Board's opinion. He pointed out that lifting the restriction from aiding in the construction of units for four families to permit larger construction programs would let us cooperate in building small apartment houses in the smaller cities, for which there is considerable demand, 5/11/38

U.S. Forest Service could be scuttled if government reorganization plan goes thru, senate committee told. Washington, D.C., Aug 3. Appearing before the Senate Committee considering President Roosevelt's Government Reorganization Program, Col. W.B. Greely former Chief of the U.S. Forest Service, gave warning today that powers granted in the bill might mean the Forest Service "would be dismembered like Poland, scattered to the four winds or abolished altogether". He also charged that the proposal to change the name of the Interior Department to the Department of Conservation was a plan to transfer the Forest Service out of the Department of Agriculture to the Interior Department, 8/3/37

Nathan Straus waits while House Committee holds post mortem on Senate debate. Washington, D.C., June 27. Nathan Straus, USHA administrator, after reading 14 pages of a 56 page statement to the House Banking and Currency Committee yesterday, today looked resigned while the Committee held a 20 minute off the record discussion of the Senate debate in stripping the President of some of his monetary powers. Rep. Charles Gifford chortled, 'Oh I loved it. It bears out my contention.' 'If I read Senate debates I'd have no time to be a member of the House. Anyway, they're wrong,' but in Rep. Wright Patman. Finally the committee allowed him to read five sentences

Powers Mansion, National Bridge & Brown Roads, Overland, St. Louis County, MO

Betty Powers, Age 80

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

Thomas Powers Ranch, 4137 North Highway 224, Snyderville, Summit County, UT