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In Provincial congress, Cambridge, December 6, 1774. Resolved, that the following address be presented to the several ministers of the gospel in this Province. Reverend Sir. When we contemplate the friendship and assistance, our ancestors the fi

In Provincial congress, Cambridge, October 26, 1774. Whereas in consequence of the present unhappy disputes between Great Britain and the colonies, a formidable body of troops with warlike preparations of every sort are already arrived at, and o

In Provincial congress, Concord, April 12, 1775. Whereas the preservation of our country from slavery, depends under God on an effectual execution of the continental and provincial measures for that purpose. [Resolutions to secure compliance wit

In Provincial congress Watertown, June 15, 1775. Whereas some of the inhabitants of the plantations in this Colony, not incorporated, and some of the inhabitants of the neighbouring colonies, together with a number of the late inhabitants of the

An humble address and exhortation to the Provincial general officers, and soldiers in Connecticut, June 1775. [s. l.]

In Provincial congress. New Hampshire, August 25th 1775. Whereas it is necessary that an exact account of all the inhabitants of this Colony should be taken, in order to be transmitted to the Congress of the United American colonies; therefore r

The Provincial Congress at their meeting having unanimously chosen the following worthy gentlemen, to represent this colony at the general Congress, to be held at Philadelphia, on the 10th of May next ... The friends to liberty, in testimony of

In Provincial congress, Watertown, April 23, 1775. Resolved that the selectmen of each town in this Colony be, and hereby are directed to furnish each non-commissioned officer and private soldier that shall be inlisted in the province service, f

In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 29, 1775. Resolved that thirteen thousand coats be provided as soon as may be, and one thereof given to each non-commissioned officer and soldier in the Massachusetts forces, agreeable to the resolve of co

In Provincial Congress, Watertown, June 8, 1775. Whereas it is necessary to have as soon as may be, a return of the number and equipment of the forces raised by this colony; and whereas it is of the utmost importance that such returns should be

In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 30, 1775. Resolved that all offences committed by any of the soldiers rais’d for defence of the sea coast, shall be tried by a Court martial, consisting of the field officers of the regiment of militia wit

In Provincial Congress. New-York, August 29th 1775. Whereas the Commander of his Majesty's Ship Asia, under pretence of protecting the King's Property, did in the dead of the night of the 23d instant, most unwarrantably fire on the south part of

Committee chamber, New-York, November 3, 1775. Whereas the Provincial Congress, in order that the duration of their power might be limited to a short period, did, by their resolve dated the 10th day of October last, and inserted in the publick n

In Provincial congress, Watertown, May 5, 1775. Whereas the term for which this present Congress was chose, expires on the thirtieth instant, and the exigencies of our public affairs, render it absolutely necessary for the safety of this colony,

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

Committee chamber, New-York. The Provincial Congress of the Colony of New-York, on the 9th of August, instant, passed the following resolves, viz ... [New York: Printed by John Holt, 1775].

"Instructions for the inlisting of men" ...In Provincial Congress at New-York, June 20, 1775

New-York, Committee- Chamber, 5th June, 1775. Resolved, that Mr. Isaac Sears be nominated by this Committee for the approbation of the freeholders and freemen, of this city and county, to represent them in Provincial Congress in the room of Mr.

New York, April 28, 1775. To the public. At a meeting of a great number of the inhabitants of this City, at the Liberty Pole, yesterday afternoon, the following nomination of deputies, to serve in Provincial Congress, were unanimously agreed to,

In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 30, 1775. To the several town of the County of Hampshire, on the easterly side of Connecticut River, and the towns in the County of Worcester. This congress taking into their most serious consideration the

In Provincial congress, Watertown, May 5, 1775. Whereas the term for which this present Congress was chose, expires on the thirtieth instant, and the exigencies of our public affairs, render it absolutely necessary for the safety of this colony,

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

In Provincial congress, New-York, June 2, 1775. Friends and countrymen. The parent of the universe, hath divided this earth amongst the children of men, and drawn out the line of their habitation ... To the inhabitants of the province of Quebec.

New York, June 24th, 1775. Last night arrived an express from the Provincial camp near Boston, with the following interesting account of an engagement, at Charlestown, between about Three thousand of the King's regular forces, and about half the

In the Committee of Safety for the Colony of New-York, during the recess of the Provincial Congress, July 13th, 1775. Whereas information hath been given to this Committee, [Of wanton destruction of property, that guilty persons be punished as t

In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 17th, 1775. Whereas some of the inhabitants of the new plantation in this colony, not incorporated, and some of the inhabitants of the neighbouring colonies, together with a number of the late inhabitants

In Provincial Congress, Watertown, June 27th, 1775. Resolved that there be immediately raised in the County of Essex, ten companies, to consist of fifty men each, officers included to be stationed upon the sea coast … In Provincial Congress June

In Provincial congress. New York, June 7, 1775. Resolved, that whensoever doubts shall arise, which respect to the recommendations, or resolutions of the Continental Congress ... It is the duty of such persons, to apply to this board for an expl

In Provincial Congress, New-York, May 31, 1776. Whereas the present government of this Colony by Congress and committees, was instituted while the former government under the crown of Great-Britain existed in full force ... and was intended to e

The following are recommended as proper persons to represent the City and County of New York, in Provincial Congress. The election will commence on Tuesday next, being the 16th of April, 1776 [John Jay and twenty others] [New York, 1776.].

In Provincial Congress, New-York, March 4th, 1776. Sir. This accompanies the resolves of Congress, requesting you to hold your regiment in readiness to march at a moment's warning .... [Followed by] In Provincial Congress. New York, March 4th, 1

No Provincial Convention. Let us act for ourselves, and choose our old five delegates. The friends of the above measure are desired to meet at the usual places of election, at eight o'Clock in order to vote against the eleven deputies. [Pennsylv

No Provincial Convention. Let us act for ourselves, and choose our old five delegates. The friends of the above measure are desired to meet at the usual places of election, at eight o'Clock in order to vote against the eleven deputies. [Pennsylv

David Wooster, Esq'r. - commander in chief of the Provincial Army against Quebec

New York, April 16, 1776. The Mechanics in union and their associates, beg leave to offer the under mentioned gentlemen to the public, as fit men to represent the city and county of New-York, in the next Provincial Congress; the electors reservi

Committee-chamber, New-York, April 9, 1776. Whereas the late Provincial Congress of the colony of New-York, by their resolve of the twelfth of March last, did order a new election of deputies to represent this province in Provincial Congress, fo

Committee-Chamber. New York, April 13, 1776 The following persons of this City and County, are recommended by the General Committee of the same, as persons worthy to serve in the ensuing Provincial Congress. By order of the Committee. Garret Abe

The following are recommended as proper persons to represent the City and County of New-York, in Provincial Congress. The election will commence on Tuesday next, being the 16th of April 1776. [Col. M'Dougall and twenty others] To the inhabitants

Souscrivez a l'Emprunt de la Liboeration! Lloyds Bank (France) and National Provincial Bank (France) Limited

Emprunt Français 5 percent 1920 - Lloyds and National Provincial Foreign Bank Limited

Ruben B. Sams, New Provincial Prohibition Chief of Eastern Pennsylvania and Southern N.J.

Mrs. Edward Titus (Mme Helena Rubinstein), residence at 895 Park Ave., New York City. French Provincial room

PRESIDENT SIGNS CHILD HEALTH DAY PROCLAMATION, WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 9. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT SIGNING A PROCLAMATION TODAY MAKING MAY 1 CHILD HEALTH DAY. THE DATE WAS ORIGINALLY SET ASIDE BY CONGRESS WHEN THEY PASSED A CHILD HEALTH ACT IN 1928. THE SLOGAN ADOPTED FOR THIS YEAR IS 'HEALTH PROTECTION FOR EVERY CHILD.' IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: MISS KATHERINE [i.e. Katharine] LENROOT, DIRECTOR OF THE U.S. CHILDREN'S BUREAU; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; AND DR. EARLE G. BROWN, PRESIDENT OF STATE AND PROVINCIAL AUTHORITIES OF NORTH AMERICA

Elinor Merrell, business at 40 E. 57th St., New York City. French Provincial cabinet

Provincial administration buildings (1770s, 19th century), portico, Petrozavodsk, Russia

Provincial administration buildings (1770s, 19th century), Petrozavodsk, Russia

In Provincial congress, Cambridge, February 14, 1775. Whereas it appears necessary for the defence of the lives, liberties, and properties of the inhabitants of this province, that this Congress on the first day of their next session, should be

In Provincial congress, Cambridge, February 14, 1775. Whereas it appears necessary for the defence of the lives, liberties, and properties of the inhabitants of this province, that this Congress on the first day of their next session, should be

Provincial papers. A. S. Batchellor makes suggestions for their treatment. To make them immediately valuable they should be indexed, and some missing parts should be transcribed from other sources ... A. S. Batchellor. Editor of state papers. [1

Provincial papers. A. S. Batchellor makes suggestions for their treatment. To make them immediately valuable they should be indexed, and some missing parts should be transcribed from other sources ... A. S. Batchellor. Editor of state papers. [1

Provincial papers. A. S. Batchellor makes suggestions for their treatment. To make them immediately valuable they should be indexed, and some missing parts should be transcribed from other sources ... A. S. Batchellor. Editor of state papers. [1

In Provincial Congress, New-York, Dec. 12, 1775. Whereas this Congress has recieved undoubted information, that a number of disaffected persons in Queen's County, have been supplied with arms and ammunition, from on board the ship Asia Ship of W

In Provincial Congress, New-York, Dec. 12, 1775. Whereas this Congress has recieved undoubted information, that a number of disaffected persons in Queen's County, have been supplied with arms and ammunition, from on board the ship Asia Ship of W

Fresh news. Just arrived an express from the Provincial camp near Boston, with the following interesting account of the engagement at Charlestown, between about three thousand of the King's regular forces, and about half the number of Provincial

Fresh news. Just arrived an express from the Provincial camp near Boston, with the following interesting account of the engagement at Charlestown, between about three thousand of the King's regular forces, and about half the number of Provincial

Fresh news. Just arrived an express from the Provincial camp near Boston, with the following interesting account of the engagement at Charlestown, between about three thousand of the King's regular forces, and about half the number of Provincial

Fresh news. Just arrived an express from the Provincial camp near Boston, with the following interesting account of the engagement at Charlestown, between about three thousand of the King's regular forces, and about half the number of Provincial

Fresh news. Just arrived an express from the Provincial camp near Boston, with the following interesting account of the engagement at Charlestown, between about three thousand of the King's regular forces, and about half the number of Provincial

In Provincial congress, Cambridge, December 6, 1774. The operation of the cruel and iniquitous Boston Port-bill, that instrument of ministerial vengeance, having reduced our once happy capital and the neighbouring town of Charles-town, from affl

In Provincial congress, Cambridge, December 6, 1774. The operation of the cruel and iniquitous Boston Port-bill, that instrument of ministerial vengeance, having reduced our once happy capital and the neighbouring town of Charles-town, from affl

In Provincial congress Watertown, July 9, 1775. Whereas there is now a very pressing demand for some articles of cloathing more especially of shirts, breeches, stockings and shoes, in the army raised by the colony of the Massachusetts-Bay, and t

In Provincial congress Watertown, July 9, 1775. Whereas there is now a very pressing demand for some articles of cloathing more especially of shirts, breeches, stockings and shoes, in the army raised by the colony of the Massachusetts-Bay, and t

In Provincial congress, Watertown, May 1 1775. Whereas the inhabitants of the town of Boston have been detained by General Gage, but at length (by agreement) are permitted to remove with their effects into the country; and as it has been represe

In Provincial congress, Watertown, May 1 1775. Whereas the inhabitants of the town of Boston have been detained by General Gage, but at length (by agreement) are permitted to remove with their effects into the country; and as it has been represe

In Provincial congress, Watertown, May 1 1775. Whereas the inhabitants of the town of Boston have been detained by General Gage, but at length (by agreement) are permitted to remove with their effects into the country; and as it has been represe

In Provincial congress, Cambridge, Wednesday, Dec. 7, 1774. Order that Mr. Joseph Palmer of Braintree [and 39 others] be a committee to prepare from the best authentic evidence which can be procured, a true state of the number of inhabitants; an

In Provincial congress, Cambridge, Wednesday, Dec. 7, 1774. Order that Mr. Joseph Palmer of Braintree [and 39 others] be a committee to prepare from the best authentic evidence which can be procured, a true state of the number of inhabitants; an

In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 12, 1775. Whereas the enemies of America, are multiplying their cruelties towards the inhabitants of the New-England colonies, by seizing provision vessels, either the property of, or intended to supply th

In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 12, 1775. Whereas the enemies of America, are multiplying their cruelties towards the inhabitants of the New-England colonies, by seizing provision vessels, either the property of, or intended to supply th

In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 16, 1775. As it has pleased Almighty God in his providence to suffer the calamities of an unnatural war to take place among us in consequence of our sinful declensions from Him, and our great abuse of thos

In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 16, 1775. As it has pleased Almighty God in his providence to suffer the calamities of an unnatural war to take place among us in consequence of our sinful declensions from Him, and our great abuse of thos

In Provincial congress, Cambridge, December 5, 1774. Resolved. That the proceedings of the American continental congress, held at Philadelphia on the fifth of September last, and reported by the honourable delegates from this colony, have with t

In Provincial congress, Cambridge, December 5, 1774. Resolved. That the proceedings of the American continental congress, held at Philadelphia on the fifth of September last, and reported by the honourable delegates from this colony, have with t

Discurso pronunciado por el excelentisimo señor don Gabriel Baldrich y Palau, gobernador superior civil de la provincia de Puerto-Rico, al inaugurar las sesiones de la Diputacion Provincial, el día 1o. de abril de 1871

Discurso pronunciado por el excelentisimo señor don Gabriel Baldrich y Palau, gobernador superior civil de la provincia de Puerto-Rico, al inaugurar las sesiones de la Diputacion Provincial, el día 1o. de abril de 1871

Discurso pronunciado por el excelentisimo señor don Gabriel Baldrich y Palau, gobernador superior civil de la provincia de Puerto-Rico, al inaugurar las sesiones de la Diputacion Provincial, el día 1o. de abril de 1871

Discurso pronunciado por el excelentisimo señor don Gabriel Baldrich y Palau, gobernador superior civil de la provincia de Puerto-Rico, al inaugurar las sesiones de la Diputacion Provincial, el día 1o. de abril de 1871

Discurso pronunciado por el excelentisimo señor don Gabriel Baldrich y Palau, gobernador superior civil de la provincia de Puerto-Rico, al inaugurar las sesiones de la Diputacion Provincial, el día 1o. de abril de 1871

Discurso pronunciado por el excelentisimo señor don Gabriel Baldrich y Palau, gobernador superior civil de la provincia de Puerto-Rico, al inaugurar las sesiones de la Diputacion Provincial, el día 1o. de abril de 1871

Discurso pronunciado por el excelentisimo señor don Gabriel Baldrich y Palau, gobernador superior civil de la provincia de Puerto-Rico, al inaugurar las sesiones de la Diputacion Provincial, el día 1o. de abril de 1871

Discurso pronunciado por el excelentisimo señor don Gabriel Baldrich y Palau, gobernador superior civil de la provincia de Puerto-Rico, al inaugurar las sesiones de la Diputacion Provincial, el día 1o. de abril de 1871

Discurso pronunciado por el excelentisimo señor don Gabriel Baldrich y Palau, gobernador superior civil de la provincia de Puerto-Rico, al inaugurar las sesiones de la Diputacion Provincial, el día 1o. de abril de 1871

Discurso pronunciado por el excelentisimo señor don Gabriel Baldrich y Palau, gobernador superior civil de la provincia de Puerto-Rico, al inaugurar las sesiones de la Diputacion Provincial, el día 1o. de abril de 1871

Discurso pronunciado por el excelentisimo señor don Gabriel Baldrich y Palau, gobernador superior civil de la provincia de Puerto-Rico, al inaugurar las sesiones de la Diputacion Provincial, el día 1o. de abril de 1871

Discurso pronunciado por el excelentisimo señor don Gabriel Baldrich y Palau, gobernador superior civil de la provincia de Puerto-Rico, al inaugurar las sesiones de la Diputacion Provincial, el día 1o. de abril de 1871

Discurso pronunciado por el excelentisimo señor don Gabriel Baldrich y Palau, gobernador superior civil de la provincia de Puerto-Rico, al inaugurar las sesiones de la Diputacion Provincial, el día 1o. de abril de 1871