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Andrew Jackson, president of the United States / painted by W.J. Hubard ; C.G. Childs Lithr.; drawn by A. Newsam, pupil to C.G. Childs.

CHIEF EXECUTIVE RETURNS FROM WARM SPRINGS. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 10. LOOKING THE PICTURE OF HEALTH, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY RETURNED FROM A SPRING VACATION AT WARM SPRINGS. BESIDES SECRETARY OF COMMERCE HARRY HOPKINS WHO ACCOMPANIED THE PRESIDENT ON THE TRIP FROM HIS GEORGIA RETREAT, OTHERS AT UNION STATION WERE SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL AND SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY HENRY MORGENTHAU. LITTLE DIANA HOPKINS, DAUGHTER OF THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE, IS ALSO IN THE PICTURE

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,

An exact-plan of George-Town so named by Patrick Graham, Esqr., President of the Province of Georgia, in honr. to His Royal Highness George, Prince of Wales, &ca.

Charles-Town, July 28, 1770. On Friday last was opened a Star-Chamber court, held by virtue of a commission lately received from Governor Bernard, and composed of one honest and virtuous man (happily obliged by his office to sit as President the

Continental Congress. Proceedings of the Grand American Continental Congress at Philadelphia, September 5, 1774. Association, &c. ... In Congress, Philadelphia October 20, 1774 Signed Peyton Randolph, President ... Sold at the Printing-office in

To the Hone. Jno. Hancock, Esqre. president of ye Continental Congress, this map of the seat of civil war in America, is respectfully inscribed by his most obedient humble servant, B. Romans.

Philadelphia. January 16, 1776. [Extracts of correspondence between Robert Howe and Lord Dunmore forwarded to the president of the Convention at Norfolk.] [Philadelphia:] Printed by John Dunlap [1776].

Philadelphia. January 16, 1776. [Extracts of correspondence between Robert Howe and Lord Dunmore forwarded to the president of the Convention at Norfolk.] [Philadelphia:] Printed by John Dunlap [1776].

In Congress. April 14, 1777. Resolved, That from and after the publication hereof ... [Changes in rules and articles for the better government of the troops.] John Hancock, President. Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap, 1777.].

In Council of Safety. Lancaster, 25th October 1777. An ordinance for appointing and authorizing an additional number of sub-lieutenants, to act in the County of Lancaster ... By order of the Council of Safety. Thomas Wharton, jun. President. Lan

In Council of Safety. Lancaster, 25th October 1777. An ordinance for appointing and authorizing an additional number of sub-lieutenants, to act in the County of Lancaster ... By order of the Council of Safety. Thomas Wharton, jun. President. Lan

The hon. John Hancock, Esq. - president of the honourable the Continental Congress

By his excellency Caesar Rodney, Esq; president, captain-general and commander in chief of the Delaware State, a proclamation ... appoint Wednesday the thirtieth day of December next, to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving ... Given unde

By His excellency Caesar Rodney, Esq; president, captain-general and commander in chief of the Delaware State a proclamation ... I do therefore by and with the advice of the privy-council appoint Thursday the sixth day of May next to be observed

By His excellency Caesar Rodney, Esq; president, captain-general and commander in chief of the Delaware State a proclamation. Whereas as by an Act of the General Assembly of the said State, intitled, "An Act to prohibit the exportation of provis

Ezra Stiles S.T.D. L.L.D. - president of Yale College / R. Molthrop pinxt. ; Doolittle sc.

His excy. John Hancock, Esqr., late president of the American congress / J. Norman sculp.

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

Pennsylvania ss. By the President and the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Whereas by the report of the wardens of the port of Philadelphia to us made, it appear, that "some evil disposed persons have lately removed

Pennsylvania ss. By the President and the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. A proclamation [Offering a reward of three hundred pounds for the apprehension of the three persons who robbed Thomas Leaming of a sum of mo

An address to the public, from the Pennsylvania Society for promoting the abolition of slavery, and the relief of free negroes, unlawfully held in bondage ... Signed by order of the Society, B. Franklin, President. Philadelphia, 9th of November,

Ode to the President of the United States on his arrival at Boston. [Boston, 1789].

Ezra Stiles S.T.D. L.L.D. - president of Yale College / drawn & engraved by S. Hill, Boston.

An address to the public, from the Pennsylvania Society for promoting the abolition of slavery, and the relief of free negroes, unlawfully held in bondage ... Signed by order of the Society, B. Franklin, President. Philadelphia, 9th of November,

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

Circular. The patriotic society of New-Castle county, in the State of Delaware, to the patriotic societies throughout the United States. Fellow citizens ... Signed by order of the society, James M'Cullough, President. [179-?].

Plan of the city intended for the permanent seat of the government of t[he] United States : projected agreeable to the direction of the President of the United States, in pursuance of an act of Congress passed the sixteenth day of July, MDCCXC, "establishing the permanent seat on the bank of Potowmac" : [Washington D.C.] /

Plan of the city intended for the permanent seat of the government of t[he] United States : projected agreeable to the direction of the President of the United States, in pursuance of an act of Congress passed the sixteenth day of July, MDCCXC, "establishing the permanent seat on the bank of the Potowmac" : [Washington D.C.] /

1791 map of District of Columbia, before the city was laid out : showing the main roads (used by President Washington) as surveyed by Andrew Ellicott in 1791-2 and published in Paris, France, in 1815 /

Plan of the city intended for the permanent seat of the government of t[he] United States : projected agreeable to the direction of the President of the United States, in pursuance of an act of Congress passed the sixteenth day of July, MDCCXC, "establishing the permanent seat on the bank of the Potowmac" : [Washington D.C.] /

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, February 19, 1791, Opinion for President

Plan of the city intended for the permanent seat of the government of t[he] United States : projected agreeable to the direction of the President of the United States, in pursuance of an act of Congress passed the sixteenth day of July, MDCCXC, "establishing the permanent seat on the bank of the Potowmac" : [Washington D.C.] /

Plan of the city intended for the permanent seat of the government of t[he] United States : projected agreeable to the direction of the President of the United States, in pursuance of an act of Congress passed the sixteenth day of July, MDCCXC, "establishing the permanent seat on the bank of the Potowmac" : [Washington D.C.] /

... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that the president of the United States be, and he hereby is requested, to cause, an estimate to be laid before Congress at their next

Plan of the city intended for the permanent seat of the government of t[he] United States : projected agreeable to the direction of the President of the United States, in pursuance of an act of Congress passed the sixteenth day of July, MDCCXC, "establishing the permanent seat on the bank of the Potowmac" : [Washington D.C.] /

... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the President of the United States be requested to cause to be communicated to the National Assembly of France the peculiar sensi

... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the President of the United States be requested to cause to be communicated to the National Assembly of France the peculiar sensi

Thomas Jefferson, October 15, 1792, On "interests of a nation" for President's Message

By George Clinton. Governor of the State of New York. General, and commander in chief of all the militia, and admiral of the Navy of the same. A proclamation. Whereas a proclamation of the President of the United States of America, dated the twe

By the Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, A proclamation. The president of the United States having been pleased to communicate to me, that a Treaty will be held with the hostile Indian tribes, on or about the first day of June at Lower S

Thomas Jefferson to President of the Bank of the U.S., January 1794

... An act to authorize the President of the United States during the recess of the present Congress, to cause to be purchased or built a number of vessels to be equipped as gallies, or otherwise in the service of the United States ... [Followed

... An act to authorize the President of the United States in certain cases to alter the place for holding a session of Congress ... [Followed by] An act transferring, for a limited time, the jurisdiction of suits and offences from the District

Pennsylvania ss. [Arms] In the name and by the authority of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. By Thomas Mifflin, Governor of the said commonwealth, a proclamation. Whereas it appears in and by a proclamation of the President of the United States

A bill authorizing the president of the United States to lay, regulate, and revoke embagoes. [1794?].

U.S. Congress. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That the President of the United States be authorized to direct clearances to be granted to any ship or vessels belonging

An act to authorize the President to call out and station a corps of militia, in the four western counties of Pennsylvania, for a limited time.

... An act to authorize the President of the United States to lay, regulate and revoke embargoes ... [Followed by] An act to authorize the settlement of the account of Lewis Dubois, for his services in the late army of the United States. [Philad

Third Congress of the United States: at the first session. Begun and held at the City of Philadelphia ... [Dec. 2, 1793] An Act to authorize the President ... to alter the Place for holding a Session of Congress .... Approved-April the third 179

Ode on the birthday of the President of the United States 1796 [Two columns of verse, with chorus] [Philadelphia, 1796].

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].

By the President of the United States of America. A proclamation. Whereas the constitution of the United States of America provides that the President may on extraordinary occassions convene both Houses of Congress ... I have therefore thought i

The President's address to both houses of Congress. Philadelphia. Dec. 8. This day at twelve o'clock, the President of the United States met both Houses of Congress, in the Representatives Chamber, and delivered the following speech: ... [Richmo

By the President of the United States of America, a proclamation. Whereas by an Act of Congress of the United States passed the ninth day of February last, entitled "An act further to suspend the commercial intercourse between the United States

The progress of freedom. On the 6th of April St. Louis elected a mayor, "unrequivocally in favor of the President's policy proclamation, arming of negroes, and all." and the next morning the Missouri Democrat joyfully declared that "St. Louis is

An address, to the voters for electors of President and Vice President of the United States in the State of Virginia ... The American Republic ticket. [List of electors with districts] Richmond, 26th May, 1800. By order of the Committee entruste

The President of the United States of America, to all who shall see these presents, Greeting:

An address to the voters for electors of President and Vice-President of the United States, in the State of Virginia ... Alexandria Printed by Wm. Fowler [180-].

Jacobin modesty! Again the cry of Tory is raised against the Federalists by the modest Jacobins soit disant Republicans.- One would have thought, after President Jefferson had turned out of office James Watson an old Whig and soldier, to put in

[Sketch plan for landscaping the grounds of the President's House, ca. 1802-05].

The president's message. Register Office. Salem, Saturday morning Dec. 25 1802. By an express conveyance, we were late last night in possession of the president's message to Congress. We feel gratified in the success of an arrangement, by which

President's message to the Senate and House of representatives of the United States Dec. 15, 1802. Frederick-Town (Maryland) Printed & Published by John B. Colvin [1802].

The President's message to both houses of Congress. Message to the Senate and House of representatives. When we assemble together, fellow-citizens, to consider the state of our beloved country ... Th: Jefferson. December 15, 1802. Concord: Print

By the president of the United States of America. A proclamation. Whereas great and weighty matters, claiming the consideration of the Congress of the United States, form an extraordinary occasion for convening them, I do ... appoint Monday the

Thomas Munroe, Superintendent of the City to Thomas Jefferson, July 1803, Expenditures on the President's House

President Jefferson's inauguaral speech. On the 4th inst. at 12 o'clock, Mr. Jefferson appeared on the Chamber of the United States' Senate, where his reelection was declared, and the necessary oath administered to him. On this occasion he deliv

Message from the President of the United States communicating discoveries made by ...Captains Lewis & Clark...Feb. 19, 1806

Thomas Munroe, Superintendent of the City to Thomas Jefferson, October 31, 1806, Accounts on Building of the President's House

From the office of the Mercantile Advertiser, Sunday, July 5th, 1807. By Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States of America, A proclamation, Washington City, July 2, 1807. During the wars which, for some time, have unhappily prevailed

To the Senate and House of representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the memorial of the President and directors of the Bank of North America respectfully represents ... Founded on the representation given by the Stock Books of the Ba

President's message to the Senate and House of representatives of the United States ... Th: Jefferson. November 8th, 1808. From the Gazette Office.

Architectural drawing for a frame ("looking glass frame for President's house") for Dolley Madison, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.

President's message. Herald office. Dec. 3, 9 o'clock. P. M. We this moment received by express a copy of the President's message- which we hasten to lay before the public. [Madison's first annual message Nov. 29, 1809] [Boston, 1809].

Citizens of Massachusetts, read this!! Debate on the President's message, inclosing Mr. Canning's letter and Mr. Pinkney's answer. Speech delivered in Congress, Jan. 17, 1809, by Philip B. Key; the same man whose speech was published by the Fede

James Madison, President of the United States / T. Sully del. ; D. Edwin fecit.

President's house, Washington

North view of the President's house in the city of Washington

Richmond, June 25th, 1812. Sir. I enclose you the proclamation of the President of the United States, announcing, that the long anticipated event has at length occured: America has closed with Great Britain in a solemn appeal to the God of battl

(Circular.) Sir. I herewith enclose you a copy of the general orders which I have given in consequence of a requisition from the president of the United States ... Js. Barbour [Richmond, 1812?].

Electors of President and Vice President of the United States. Joseph Gist, John Wilson John Me'Morries. William Strother, William Zimmerman, Joseph Bellinger, Langdon Cheves, Paul Hamilton, Samuel Mays, William Rouse. [S. C. 1812].

The convention of the delegates of eighteen counties of Virginia, held at Staunton, on the 21st of September, for the purpose of forming a general ticket of electors of President and vice-president, to the freeholders of Virginia ... Staunton, V

[Cuts] A happy new-year to Commodore Rodgers, or, Huzza for the president and Congress. A song composed on the arrival of those frigates in Boston yesterday, (December 31, 1812,) with a good supply of the Ready Rhino [Boston] Printed by N. Cover

A view of Winchester in North America - dedicated to Mr. President Mad I Son!!

In Senate of the United States. November 28, 1814. A bill to authorize the purchase of the library of Thomas Jefferson, late president of the United States. [Washington, 1814].

The President's House in Washington, lately taken & destroyed by the British Army / From an original sketch taken on the spot by C.W. Janson, Esqr.

John Adams, second president of the United States of America

Extract from the proceedings of the President and selectmen of the city of Natchez, at their meeting on the 4th April, 1815 ... A. Campbell, City Clerk. [Natchez] J M'Curdy Pr. [1815].

Peace between the United States of America and Great-Britain ratified by the President of the United States, February 17, 1815, By Thomas Shaw, of Standish. [Standish? 1815] [Reprinted] on sale at A. J. Huston's Portland. and at all Maine booksh

[Cut] Peace on honorable terms to America. Signed by our commissioners at Ghent, Dec. 24, 1814-- Prince Regent, Dec. 28,-- Ratified by the President and Senate, of the United States, Feb. 17, 1815. [Two columns of verse] Boston Printed by Nathan

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

Obituary notice. Died at Quincy, the 28th October, 1818, Mrs. Abigail Adams, consort of the Hon. John Adams late president of the United States. [n. p. 1818].

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

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

This is to certify, that of entitled to shares in the capital stock of the Washington turnpike company ... Given under my hand, and seal of the company, this day of one thousand eight hundred and President. Treasurer. [Washington, D. C. 1819].

Major General Andrew Jackson, President of the United States / painted by Thomas Sully ; engraved by James B. Longacre.

Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams, wife of President John Q. Adams

North front of the President's house / etched by W.I Stone, Washn.

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.

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