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New-York, Sunday 23d April, 1775. The following interesting advices, were this day received here, by two vessels from Newport, and by an express by land [The first news of the battle of Lexington and Concord] [New York, 1775].

A Sunday concert

An hymn to be sung by the Charity scholars, on Sunday, the 19th of October, 1783, at St. Paul's church, after the Charity sermon for the benefit of the school ... New-York, October 16, 1783.

New-York, November 26, Last Sunday night arrived the Lord Hyde Packet in 47 days from Falmouth. From the English papers brought we have extracted the following important advices. London. September 30. The definitive treaty, between Great-Britain

A Sunday ordinary at Highgate

The Enraged politican or the Sunday Reformer...

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

Glorious News. Office, Public advertiser. Sunday morning, April 22 1809. Important. Republicans! read and rejoice. The moderate and firm measures of our government have at lengh prevailed. Your Jefferson and your Madison have proved themselves w

Sunday police. [Boston] Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Milk-Street [181-?].

A caucus held at Albany on sunday evening April 11th. 1824 by the N.Y. city members

The mercantile and historical guide, from the first year of the Christian era A. D. 12099 with the Sunday letters for the same period. by S. F. Urquhart. New York. Silvester & Bryson, printers and publishers. 1836.

Scene in Washington. Sunday Feby. 25. 1838

Atlas ----- Extra !! Sunday, November 8, 1840. Glorious news!!! Whig triumph.

Courier Extra. Sunday, Nov. 8, 11 1-2 o'clock. The elections. Great and glorious news. New York. Nov. 8 [1840].

Lost! strayed from the house of the subscriber, on Sunday evening the 15th instant, a young setter dog! He has on a chain collar with the owners name thereon. The dog was about 4 months old; and was fawn coloured and white. A liberal reward will

Robert Owen's address to the ministers of all religions. No. 1.- As delivered by him in a lecture in the Chinese Museum, Philadelphia, on Sunday morning, December 21, 1845 ... No. 2. As delivered in the same plaace, in the afternoon of the same

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

John E. Collins to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, February 25, 1849 (Appointment)

A. M. Blackburn to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, April 08, 1849 (Appointment)

Charles H. Constable to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, June 10, 1849 (Abraham Lincoln in Land Office)

Abraham Lincoln to John M. Clayton, Sunday, March 11, 1849 (United States Marshal Appointment)

Robert J. Cross to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, February 25, 1849 (Appointment)

Peter Menard to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, April 15, 1849 (Appointment)

Sunday morning ; Log cabin / / Lith. & published by Britton & Rey, San Francisco, Cal.

William H. Henderson to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, May 13, 1849 (Abraham Lincoln in Land Office)

James M. Davis to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, June 10, 1849 (Abraham Lincoln in Land Office)

James M. Davis to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, June 10, 1849 (Appointment)

David P. Jenkins to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, May 20, 1849 (Appointment)

Daniel Webster is dead! Sunday news office 8 A. M. [1852].

[Norwich Church (Norwich, Connecticut). Sunday School. Seat. Elevations, plan, and section] / Richard Upjohn & Co., Architects, Trinity Building, N.Y.

[Grace Church (Utica, New York). Sunday school building. Elevation, plan, and section] / Richard Upjohn & Co., Architects.

Religious worship. Chapman (large) Hall is open every Sunday morning, afternoon and evening for religious worship. Preaching at 10.5 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M., by Rev. Edwin Burnham ... Come and worship the Lord with us, when you may be

Homicide of P. Barton Key by Hon. Daniel E. Sickles, at Washington, on Sunday, Feb. 27, 1859

R. McCabe to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, November 11, 1860 (Recommends Samuel Vinton for cabinet)

David Davis to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, July 29, 1860 (Legal business)

Sunday Morning Mass. Camp of 69th N.Y. SM

Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, April 01, 1860 (Explanation of Payment)

H. A. Denckla to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, September 23, 1860 (Asks for Lincoln's policies)

John D. Defrees to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, November 25, 1860 (Wants to prohibit members of Congress from accepting patronage positions)

Horace Greeley to D. L. Pope, Sunday, March 04, 1860 (Endorsement)

D. O. Daily to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, December 09, 1860 (Wants Colfax in cabinet)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Philadelphia Sunday Dispatch, Sunday, October 21, 1860 (Clipping)

Abraham Lincoln to Norman B. Judd, Sunday, February 05, 1860 (Remarks by Herndon)

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

William Jones to G. W. Rathbone, Sunday, May 27, 1860 (Sending rails that Lincoln split in 1825)

Philadelphia Sunday Dispatch, Sunday, October 21, 1860 (Clipping)

George F. Card to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, July 22, 1860 (Wants to attend West Point)

Sunday Morning Mass. Camp of 69th N.Y. SM

George E. Cabanis to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, August 12, 1860 (What has become of Denton Offutt?)

Sunday Morning Mass. Camp of 69th N.Y. SM

George B. McClellan to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, September 08, 1861 (Military affairs)

Henry M. McGill to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, February 03, 1861 (Sends resolution)

By Telegraph. Sunday, April 14, 1861. Fort Sumpter surrendered! Maj. Anderson a prisoneer of war. &c. &c.&c. ....

Leonard Swett to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 06, 1861 (Clarifying point in previous letter)

John C. Fremont to Edward D. Townsend, Sunday, September 15, 1861 (Telegram acknowledging order)

William B. Franklin to G. B. McClellan, Sunday, September 08, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, May 26, 1861 (Memorandum of troops sent for Fort Monroe and Washington)

John Pope to John G. Nicolay, Sunday, June 16, 1861 (Cover letter)

Robert McKnight and Edward J. Morris to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 20, 1861 (Recommend Thaddeus Stevens for cabinet)

Sunday morning mass at Camp Cass, 1861. 9th Mass. Infantry, U.S.A.

Solomon Foot to Mary Todd Lincoln, Sunday, March 03, 1861 (Arrangements for Inauguration)

John H. Bradley to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 27, 1861 (Invites Lincolns to stay at his home when they visit Indianapolis)

Albert G. Riddle to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, March 31, 1861 (Recommendation)

Jonathan Creaves to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 06, 1861 (Recommendation)

Hawkins Taylor to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 13, 1861 (Forwards letter)

Hobart Berrian to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, May 12, 1861 (Appreciates appointment)

John M. Botts to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, April 07, 1861 (Seeks interview)

William A. Buckingham to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, April 21, 1861 (Introduction)

Sue H. Burbridge to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 20, 1861 (Slavery)

John C. Fremont to Edward D. Townsend, Sunday, September 15, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

William W. Richmond to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, August 25, 1861 (Application for office)

Sunday morning mass in camp of 69th N.Y.S.M.

Henry Wilson to Simon Cameron, Sunday, August 25, 1861 (Appointment)

Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, September 22, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Horace Greeley to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, May 19, 1861 (Introduction)

George W. Brown to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, April 21, 1861 (Telegram reporting that Brown is coming to meet with Lincoln)

Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, September 29, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Jacob Collamer to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 20, 1861 (Delay further cabinet appointments until after arrival in Washington)

John C. Fremont to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, September 22, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Great battle at Bull's Run between the Federal Army, commanded by Major-General McDowell, and the Rebel army under Jefferson Davis, Gen. Beauregard and Gen. Johnston, Sunday, July 21, 1861 - advance of the Federal Troops [Artist sketching in foregrd.]

15 dollars reward. Strayed or stolen, on Sunday evening the 17th instant, a large well-built bay horse, 16 hands high ... Any information leading to the recovery of the above property will be received and the said reward paid, by calling at hous

William S. Rosecrans to William H. Seward, Sunday, October 06, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Simon Cameron to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, October 06, 1861 (Introduction)

John H. Farquhar to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 20, 1861 (Recommends Caleb Smith for cabinet)

R. Morley to Thomas A. Scott, Sunday, September 29, 1861 (Military affairs)

Charles L. Bogert to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, April 28, 1861 (Cover letter)

Sketch of the Battle of Kernstown, Sunday, March 23d 1862 /

Joseph Kirkland to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 06, 1861 (Wants to be Lincoln's private secretary)

John S. Carlile to Salmon P. Chase, Sunday, August 18, 1861 (Recommendation)

James Peocap to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, April 07, 1861 (Proposal for relieving Fort Sumter)

Munson's Hill Military Telegraph to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, September 29, 1861 (Telegram reporting departure of Seward and Scott)

Sidney Webster to John G. Nicolay, Sunday, December 15, 1861 (Has received copy of Annual Message)

Missouri Army Department, Sunday, December 22, 1861 (Printed General Orders)

Oliver P. Morton to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, September 22, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Joshua F. Speed, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, August 25, 1861 (Telegram regarding situation in Kentucky)

Horace Greeley to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, May 19, 1861 (Support)

Norman B. Judd to William H. Seward, Sunday, April 21, 1861 (Recommendation)

Camp Cameron, Georgetown, D.C., the encampment of the Seventh Regiment New York State Militia ; Service by Rev. Dr. Weston, chaplain of the Seventh Regiment, at Camp Cameron, on Sunday, May 5th, 1861 /

James Harlan to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 20, 1861 (Cameron)

E. W. Blatchford to William H. Seward, Sunday, April 21, 1861 (Cover letter)

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