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By the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Whereas hath been recomended to us as a sober and fit person to keep a house of entertainment; and being requested to grant a license for the same, We do hereby license and al

By His Excellency Edward Lord Cornbury, His Majesty's Capt. General and Governour in chief of the Province of New York ... A proclamation. Whereas the Supreme Court of Her Majesties Province of New York ought by the constitution, there of to be

To the public [2 line quotation from Addison] The present General Assembly of this Colony in their first session, passed a resolution disqaulifying the judges of the Supreme Court from sitting in General Assembly ... [Signed] Brutus. New-York. J

By the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a proclamation. The time is at length come, in which the fate of ourselves, our wives, children and posterity must be speedily determined, General Howe, at the Head of a Briti

By the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a proclamation. The time is at length come, in which the fate of ourselves, our wives, children and posterity must be speedily determined, General Howe, at the Head of a Briti

Proclamation. The goodness of the supreme Being to all his rational creatures, demands their acknowledgements of gratitude and love ... The United States in Congress assembled, therefore, taking into consideration our present situation, our mult

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

U. S. Supreme Court, April 25, 1792, U.S. and British Suits

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay and Chief Justices of the Supreme Court, July 18, 1793

Virginia. In the House of delegates, Thursday, 28h November, 1793. Resolved that a state cannot, under the constitution of the United States, be made a defendant at the suit of any individual or individuals, and that the decision of the Supreme

... On Saturday last, His Excellency the governor sent the following message to the Legislature. Gentlemen. For the reasons mentioned in it, I wrote the following letter to the Chancellor, and to the Chief Justice and other judges of the Supreme

State of New Hampshire. By the Governor. A proclamation. It has been customary for the citizens of this state, at the recommendation of the supreme executive authority, to set apart a certain day near the close of the year for the purpose of pub

... Alien enemies. We have been favored with a copy of the opinion delivered by chief justice Tilghman, in the case of Charles Lockington- which opinion has since been confirmed by the unanimous opinion of the supreme court, delivered on the 1st

In the Supreme court of the United States. February sessions 1816. John Sloocum, plaintiff in error, vs. Freeman Maberry, and others, defendants in error. No. 5. Writ of error to the Supreme court of the State of Rhode Island ... [1816].

In the Supreme court of the United States. February sessions, 1816. J. & E. Frink, Plaintiffs in error, vs. The United States. No. 60. Writ of error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Connecticut. Statement on the part

In the Supreme court of the United States. February session 1816. The United States, vs. The schooner L'Epine, M. Batigne, Claimant, No. 91. Appeal from the Louisiana district. Statement on the part of the United States ... [1816].

Supreme court, February, 1820. John Hopkins. Plaintiff in error, versus R. B. Lee, defendant in error. Lee had sold to Hopkins an estate called "Hill and Dale," upon which there existed an incumbrance to Rawleigh Colston ... [Washington, D. C. 1

Gobierno supremo del estado libre de Coahuila y Tejas. El Vice-gobernador del Estado de Coahuila y Tejas en ejercicio del supreme poder ejecutiva à todos sus habitantes sabed: que el congreso del mismo Estado ha decretado lo que sigue ... Dado e

Supreme court of the U. States. January term, 1834. The United States, vs. John Huertas Appeal from the Superior court for the District of East Florida. [Washington, D. C. 1834].

Supreme court of the U. States. January term, 1834. The United States vs. Antonop Huertas. Appeal from the Superior court of East Florida ... R. K. Call, for appelant. [Washington, D. C. 1834].

Gobierno supreme del Estado libre de Coahuila y Tejas. El Gobernador del Estado de Coahuila y Tejas, a todos sus habitantes sabed: que el Congreso del misma Estado ha decretado la siguiente ... Dado en la Ciudal de Monclova ; 26 de Abril de 1834

Supreme court of the United States. Susan Decatur, Appellant vs J. K. Paulding, Secretary of the Navy. This is an appeal from the refusal of the Circuit court of the District of Columbia for the county of Washington, to issue a Mandamus to the A

A.- No. 34. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act authorizing the justices of the Supreme Court to appoint Commissioners to take special bail, and to administer oaths and affirmations [1846?].

S.- No.37. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act respecting clerks in chancery and clerks of the supreme court. [1846?]

Judicial districts and salaries of the judges. Statement showing the counties composing the several judicial districts of the Commonwealth, the names and salaries of the judges of the Supreme Court, District Courts, and Judicial Districts, toget

New York Supreme Court, Tuesday, June 14, 1859 (Fragment; legal matters)

A View of the house of the late Hon'ble Jonathan Corwin (Judge of the Supreme Court of Massachusets [sic] and member of the council appointed in the new charter, May, 1692). Erected 1642, by Cap't. Geo. Corwin

[Hall of Supreme Harmony - main hall in the Forbidden City, Beijing, China, where the emperor met his ministers each morning; includes inscription in Chinese language characters in right margin]

William E. Chandler to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, October 15, 1864 (Recommends Montgomery Blair for Supreme Court)

The Supreme Court of the United States / A. Gardner, photographer.

Salmon P. Chase to Charles Sumner, Wednesday, October 19, 1864 (Supreme Court appointment)

David Tod to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 17, 1864 (Supreme Court vacancy)

Judge Field Stephen Johnson appointed to the Supreme Court by Lincoln in 1863 photo c. 1875

Miller, Judge (U.S. Supreme Court)

Clifford, Judge Nathan (Supreme Court)

Miller, Justice S.F. U.S. Supreme Court

Swayne, Judge Noah H. Born in Culpeper Co. Va. Dec. 7, 1804 (U.S. Supreme Court) Received good education in Waterford, Va. appointed to Supreme Court by Lincoln 1862

Hunt, Hon. Wm. Henry, Secty of Navy 1881, Born in Charleston, S.C. 1824, Supreme Court Justice, Minister to Russia

Matthews, Hon. Stanley of Ohio, Lt. Col. Of 23rd Ohio Inf. USA Col. Of 57th Ohio, Justice of Supreme Court

Matthews, Hon. Stanley of Ohio, Lt. Col. Of 23rd Ohio Inf. USA Col. Of 57th Ohio, Justice of Supreme Court

Lamar, Hon. L.Q.C. of Miss. U.S. Supreme Court Judge, Col. Of 18th Miss Inf. C.S.A.

Judge John Marshall Harlan, Supreme Court

Strong, Judge (U.S. Supreme Court)

Field, Judge Stephen U.S. Supreme Court

Cushing, Hon. Caleb of Mass. (served 4 days in the Supreme Court. 1874.)

Judge David Davis, U.S. Supreme Court

Davis, Judge David, U.S. Supreme Court

Waite, Chief Justice, U.S. Supreme Court

Waite, Chief Justice, U.S. Supreme Court

Swayne, Judge (Supreme Court)

Hon. Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar of Mississippi, Colonel of 18th Miss. Inf. C.S.A. Sect'y of Interior in Cleveland's Cabinet, Supreme Court Judge

Miller, Judge S.F. (Supreme Court)

Clifford, Judge Nathan (Supreme Court)

Swayne, Judge (Supreme Court)

Justice Stephen Field, Supreme Court

[Alfred M. Craig, Illinois Supreme Court judge, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]

[Clifford, Judge Nathan (Supreme Court)]

Strong, Judge (U.S. Supreme Court)

Field, Justice Stephen, Supreme Court

Knights of Pythias, to all whom it may concern. Know ye that the Supreme Lodge of the World hereby issues this memorial chart ... / J. Queen del. ; lith. by T. Hunter, Phila.

Knights of Pythias, to all whom it may concern. Know ye that the Supreme Lodge of the World hereby issues this memorial chart ... / J. Queen del. ; lith. by T. Hunter, Phila.

Knights of Pythias, to all whom it may concern. Know ye that the Supreme Lodge of the World hereby issues this memorial chart ... / J. Queen del. ; lith. by T. Hunter, Phila.

Senator Peffer's vs. Supreme Court

[The Chief Justice and Associate Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court passing from the robing room to the court chambers]

Opinion of the Supreme court. To the Senate of New Hampshire ... Concord. June 10, 1881.

Supreme Court of the United States

Supreme Court of the United States

Supreme Court of the United States

The Supreme Court of the U.S.

Supreme Court of the United States: Justice Peckham, Justice Brewer, Justice Shiras, Justice Harlan, Chief Justice Fuller, Justice White, Justice Gray, Justice McKenna, Justice Brown

Supreme head of the Church and some other heads

Supreme Court, Part I. White Plains, New York

Justus Henry Rathbone, founder & past supreme chancellor of the Order of Knights of Pythias

Moody, Mr. Wm. H., made in his office at Supreme Court

[Joseph P. Bradley, Associate Justice of Supreme Court, half-length portrait, seated, facing right]

The Supreme Court - group portrait

Supreme Court Room

Supreme Court of the United States, 1894: Justices Gray, Jackson, Field, Shiras, Harlan, Brewer, White and Chief Justice Fuller

The supreme moment, on the evening of Oct. 11, 1492

Justices of the United States Supreme Court

The Supreme Court, - "as it may hereafter be constituted" / F. Opper.

Portrait photograph of Lemuel Shaw, Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court

On a populistic basis. A forecast of the consequence of a popocratic victory to the Supreme Court of the United States / W.A. Rogers.

[Melville Weston Fuller, Chief Justice, Supreme Court, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing right]

[Rooms in the U.S. Capitol: Old room of Vice President, 1900 A.D., Robing Room, Supreme Court]

Connie Poth & "Supreme Bounce"

[Rooms in the U.S. Capitol: Old room [of] Vice Presidents, 1900 A.D., Robing Room, Supreme Court]

Home again in the big tent theatre the triumphant American tour of the supreme master of magic - George ....

The supreme moment, Chief Justice Fuller administering the Oath of Office to Pres. William McKinley, March 4, 1901.

Supreme Court room, the Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Supreme Court Room, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

Supreme Court Room in the Capitol

Supreme Court Room, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

SUPREME COUNCIL THREE GRAND MASTERS

SUPREME COURT, U.S. TAFT COURT

SUPREME COURT, U.S.

SUPREME COUNCIL THREE SECRETARIES GENERAL

SUPREME COURT, U.S. HUGHES COURT

SUPREME COURT, U.S. TAFT COURT

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