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[The Triumph of Time]

[A folding, pocket-sized sundial]

[A horizontal sundial]

[Allegorical representation of Time rewarding Industry and punishing Indolence] / M. de vos, inventor ; R. Sadler [sic] scalps. et excud.

Whereas the lawes published by the Honourable General Court, Lib. 1. Pag. 76 Sect. 3 Do require all townes from time to time to dispose of single persons and inmates within their towns to service, or otherwise. [Massachusetts, 1668] [Positive Ph

By the Honourable John Nanfan, His Majesties Lieut Governour and Commander in chief in and over the Province of New York ... A proclamation. Whereas it hath pleased Almighty God in the time of my absence from this Province, to take unto himself

The history of Genghizcan the Great, first emperor of the antient Moguls and Tartars; in four books: containing his life, advancement and conquests; with a short history of his successors to the present time; the manners, customs and laws of the antient Moguls and Tartars; and the late geography of the vast countries of Mogolistan, Turquestan, Capschac, Yugurestan, and the Eastern and Western Tartary. Collected from several Oriental authors, and European travellers; whose names, with an abridgment of their lives, are added to this book. By the late M. Petis de la Croix senior ... and now faithfully tr. into English.

The history of Genghizcan the Great, first emperor of the antient Moguls and Tartars; in four books: containing his life, advancement and conquests; with a short history of his successors to the present time; the manners, customs and laws of the antient Moguls and Tartars; and the late geography of the vast countries of Mogolistan, Turquestan, Capschac, Yugurestan, and the Eastern and Western Tartary. Collected from several Oriental authors, and European travellers; whose names, with an abridgment of their lives, are added to this book. By the late M. Petis de la Croix senior ... and now faithfully tr. into English.

The history of Genghizcan the Great, first emperor of the antient Moguls and Tartars; in four books: containing his life, advancement and conquests; with a short history of his successors to the present time; the manners, customs and laws of the antient Moguls and Tartars; and the late geography of the vast countries of Mogolistan, Turquestan, Capschac, Yugurestan, and the Eastern and Western Tartary. Collected from several Oriental authors, and European travellers; whose names, with an abridgment of their lives, are added to this book. By the late M. Petis de la Croix senior ... and now faithfully tr. into English.

The history of Genghizcan the Great, first emperor of the antient Moguls and Tartars; in four books: containing his life, advancement and conquests; with a short history of his successors to the present time; the manners, customs and laws of the antient Moguls and Tartars; and the late geography of the vast countries of Mogolistan, Turquestan, Capschac, Yugurestan, and the Eastern and Western Tartary. Collected from several Oriental authors, and European travellers; whose names, with an abridgment of their lives, are added to this book. By the late M. Petis de la Croix senior ... and now faithfully tr. into English.

The history of Genghizcan the Great, first emperor of the antient Moguls and Tartars; in four books: containing his life, advancement and conquests; with a short history of his successors to the present time; the manners, customs and laws of the antient Moguls and Tartars; and the late geography of the vast countries of Mogolistan, Turquestan, Capschac, Yugurestan, and the Eastern and Western Tartary. Collected from several Oriental authors, and European travellers; whose names, with an abridgment of their lives, are added to this book. By the late M. Petis de la Croix senior ... and now faithfully tr. into English.

[Details of the mechanisms of the Leibniz calculator, the most advanced of its time]

By the Honourable Spencer Phips, Esq; Lieutenant-Governour and commander in chief for the time being of His Majesty’s Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. A proclamation for encouragement to voluntiers to prosecute the war against t

Autographic Kodak - write it on the film - at the time.

To the publick. The booksellers of the town of Boston. Unwilling to impose on the publick by printing their private disputes in the newspapers … and at the same time (in justice to themselves) desirous of making their answer to Dr. Ames as publi

To the freeholders and freemen, of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen. From an earnest desire to avoid all occasion of heat and party spirit, at a time when so much depends on our Union and harmony ... But as Mr. Livingston, absolutely r

To the freeholders and freemen, of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen. To pretend to prove what cannot be denied, would be wasting time to no purpose ... to request the votes and interests of the freeholders and freemen for John Cruger,

[Number III.] A letter to the majority of the General Assembly of Liliput. Gentlemen. Though a free people may for while submit to the influence of their rulers, yet there is a time when they will awake from their lethgary, when the spirit of pa

A letter, from Tom Bowline, to his worthy messmates, the renowned Sons of Neptune, belonging to the Port of New-York. My dear boys. As the time is approching, in which the ship, with the East India company's tea may be expected to arrive, and be

To the inhabitants of New York. My dear friends and fellow citizens. At a time when slavery is clanking her infernal chains, and tyranny stands ready with goads and whips to enforce obedience to her despotic and cruel mandates .... [Signed] Plai

To the worthy inhabitants of the City and County of New-York. Fellow countrymen, Your committee of fifty-one having laid before you their proceedings on Thursday evenings, I should not have troubled you at this time had not eleven of the committ

To the citizens of New-York. December 30, 1775. Fellow-Citizens. The design of electing a new Assembly at this time, is plainly to distract your attention ... [Signed] A poor Man. [blank] [New York, 1775].

To the freemen, freeholders, and other inhabitants of the City of New York. My friends, and fellow citizens. You cannot possibly be ignorant, that the inverate foes of America freedom (in this City) have for a long time past, been indefatigable

To the Free-Holders of New-Town. My friends and fellow-townsmen! We are now called upon to oppose the encroachments, which, for some time past, have been made upon our rights and liberty .... [Signed] A New-Town free holder. Newton, April 2d, 17

New York, 1775. Sir, The independent company of free citizens, of which you are a member, are to meet this day at [blank] o'clock in the Brick-meeting yard; at which time and place, properly armed and accoutred, you will be pleased to give your

Orders to be observed during the time of fires by the inhabitants .. [Stringent directions to be observed by the inhabitants and the military] Given at Head-Quarters in Boston, this eighteenth day of November, 1775. [Boston: Printed by John Howe

Ship Dutchess of Gordon, Off New York, 18th Dec. 1775. Sir, I lose no time in transmitting to you herewith, a letter I this morning received from Captain Parker, of his Majesty's Ship Phoenix, communicating certain instructions he has received f

To all true whigs, and particularly to such as are independent electors of the City and County of New York. Gentlemen. The conduct of several of the magistrates of this City, having for a considerable time to notoriously inimical and unfriendly

To the freemen and freeholders of New York. Gentlemen. As the time of election for representatives, to serve in the General Assembly, is near at hand I beg leave to propose the following gentlemen for your approbation, viz. Thomas Smith, John Sc

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, November 16th, 1776. Sir. The fleet which sailed from New-York and took its course to the Southward with the appearance of a design to enter this River, after keeping that course for some time suddenly altered

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, November 16th, 1776. Sir. The fleet which sailed from New-York and took its course to the Southward with the appearance of a design to enter this River, after keeping that course for some time suddenly altered

In observance of the Colony-writ to me directed, these are in the name of the government of the Massachusetts-Bay, to will and require you forthwith to cause the Freeholders and other inhabitants of your town … to assemble at such time and place

In the House of representatives, February 13, 1776. Whereas it appears to this Court, that it will be greatly conducive to the safety and welfare of this and the other colonies, at a time of common danger, that a committee be chosen in each town

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

An act for confiscating the property of all such persons, as are inimical to the United States, and of such persons as shall not in a certain time therein mentioned, appear and submit to this state, whether they shall be received as citizens the

State of New Hampshire. In the House of representatives, February 17th, 1778. Voted, That one suitable person be appointed in each regiment of militia in this State, and furnished with proper sums of money from time to time out of the treasury .

State of New Hampshire. In the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-one. An act to ascertain the time for the old continental bills now current in this State, to be received into the Treasury for taxes ... In Council June 30,

[Lady MacBeth] [Act, 5th--'One, two; why then 'tis time to do't / / painted by H. Fuseli ; engrved by J.R. Smith].

An act for appointing deputies from this Commonwealth to a convention proposed to be held in the City of Philadelphia in May next, for the purpose of revising the federal constitution ... November 9, 1786, read the third time and passed the Hous

To the independent electors of the City of New York. There was a time when a majority of the citizens of New-York were so opposed to lawyers as members of the legislature, that a single gentleman of that profession, though confessedly a man of a

Virginia, to wit: In General assembly, Friday, the 20th November 1788. Sir, The freemen of this Commonwealth in Convention assembled, having at the same time that they ratified the Federal constitution, expressed a desire that many parts which t

An act to establish an Executive department to be dominated the Department of war ... 1789, June 27. Read the third time and passed the House of representatives. New York: Printed by Thomas Greenleaf, [1789] [Positive Photostat.].

Congress of the United States, begun and held at the City of New-York, on Wednesday, the fourth of March, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine. The Conventions of a number of the states having, at the time of their adopting the constitutio

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Second Congress of the United States. At the first session, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday the twenty-fourth of October, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one. An act granting farther time

State of New Hampshire. In the House of representatives. December 29, 1791. Whereas a resolve passed the General Court, June 13th, 1791, providing for the payment of outstanding taxes, and the time limited therein for the selectmen to compleat t

To the right hon'ble ... trustees of the linen manufacture ... this view taken in the County of South representing taking the flax out of the bog when it has lain a sufficient time to separate the rind (which is the flax) from the stem, & strengthen it, spreading it to dry, stoving, beetling, and breaking it ... dedicated by ... Wm. Hincks / Wm. Hincks, delin. et sculp.

... An act fixing the time [for the next annual meeting of Congress. [Philadelphia: Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, 1791.].

... An act to continue in force for a limited time, an Act passed at the first session of Congress, intituled. "An act to regulate processes in the courts of the United States." [Philadelphia: Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, 1791.].

Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. An act to continue in force for a limited time, an Act, intituled "An act fo

By the Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia: A proclamation. Whereas the public interest demands that the General Assembly be convened before the time to which they stand adjourned; I have thought proper, with the advice of the Council of St

An act to continue in force for a limited time, and to amend the act, entitled, "An act providing the means of intercourse, between the United States and foreign nations. 1793. January the 18th. passed the House of representatives. [Philadelphia

[Above, an eagle preys on the body of a woman cast up on the seashore. Below, under the waves is a drowned man on whom fishes feed. Between text: "What time the 13 governors..."]

...An act for extending the time for receiving on loan that part of the domestic debt of the United States, which may not be subscribed, prior to the first day of March. One thousand seven jundred and ninety-three. [Philadelphia: Printed by F

... 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

... An act further extending the time for receiving on loan the domestic debt of the United States ... [Followed by] An act to compensate Arthur St. Clair. [Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794].

An act prohibiting for a limited time the exportation of arms and ammunition, and encouraging the importation of the same ... [1784?].

... An act prohibiting for a limited time the exportation of arms and ammunition, and encouraging the importation of the same. [Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794].

... An act to continue in force for a limited time, the act supplementary to the act for the establishment and support of lighthouses, beacons, buoys, and public piers ... Approved June the seventh 1794. [Followed by] An act declaring the consen

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 limiting the time for presentong claims for destroyed certificates of certain descriptions. [Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794].

... An act to continue in force for a limited time the acts therein mentioned. [Followed by] An act for the relief of Robert Barton and others. [Philadelphia: Printed by Francis Childs, 1795].

A plan of the city of Dublin : as surveyed for the use of the division[a]l justices to which have been added plans of the canal harbour and its junction with the Grand Canal, the Royal Canal, and every projection and alteration to the present time, 1797 /

11th February, 1800. Read the first and second time, and committed to a Committed to a committee of the whole House, on Friday next. A bill to allow a drawback of duties on goods exported to New-Orleans, and therein to amend the act intituted "A

How shall soldiers vote? Soldiers of the Union Army! you who have been "to the front", and faced the shot and shell of the rebels arrayed against you! the time has come when you may ratify by your ballots the principles and the herpism which you

February 6, 1801. Read the first and second time, and committed to a committee of the whole House, on Monday next. A bill to extend to aliens who arrived and became residents in the United States before a certain period, the benefits of the act

Urashima tarō

3d April, 1802. Read the first and second time, and committed to a committee of the whole House, on Monday next. A bill, for the relief of Paolo Paoly ... [Washington] Duane printer [1802].

Thomas Jefferson, April 6, 1803, Time Line and Notes on Mediterranean Squadron

Title page of James Madison, An Examination of the British Doctrine Which Subjects to Capture a Neutral Trade Not Open in Time of Peace (Phila.?, 1806?)

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

The fashions of the day, or time past and time present / Woodward delt. ; W. sculpt.

An analysis of country dancing: wherein are displayed all the figures ever used in country dances, in a way so easy and familiar, that persons of the meanest capacity may in a short time acquire (without the aid of a master) a complete knowledge of that rational and polite amusement. To which are added, instructions for dancing some entire new reels; together with the rules, regulations, and complete etiquette of the ball room.

To the citizens of Ohio County. We have lately seen a hand-bill, which has for some time been privately circulated among the friends of Mr. Jackson ... [Signed] Charles Hammond, Noah Zane, George Miller. Monday, April 3d, 1809.

Theatre. on Saturday evening, October 27th 1810, will be presented (Last time) a comedy in five acts, (now performing with great applause in London) called, High life in the City ... To which will be added, a celebrated farce, called Who's the d

American taxation. This song was written when the "Trump of war" sounded through this happy land, and although peculiarly applicable to that time, cannot but be received with approbation at the present day. [36 stanzas printed in two columns] [1

[Cut] Declaration and dying speech of Henry Phillips. Taken from his own mouth at the Boston goal a short time previous to the day of his execution. [Boston 1817].

Pennsylvania. Capitol. The Commissioners for erecting a state Capitol on the public grounds at Harrisburg, invite architects to exhibit to them plans and elevations for the contemplated buildings, at any time previous to the fifteenth of April n

To the voters of the second electoral district of Maryland composed of Calvert, a part of Prince George's & Montgomery counties. Fellow-Citizens. The time will soon arrive when you will feel it to be your bounden duty calmly and deliberately to

Advice. If wisdom's heights you wish to climb, And order's laws embrace; For ev'ry thing have you a time: Put each thing in its place. Un Imprimeur. City of Washington, June 22, 1826.

Jehial Bryan's patent Daily account of time for thirty years. Utica. Northway & Porter printers. [c. 1829].

The national journal, published at Washington, the metropolis of the United States by Peter Force. The interval from the commencement of the National Journal to the present time, has afforded to the public full opportunity for estimating its pre

To the public. The undersigned, persons who have been employed for a considerable time past upon the National Jounral, deem it expedient to offer to the public, a statement of facts in relation to the treatment they have received at the hands of

To the public, and patrons of the Columbus sentinel. The card of John A. Bryan, which appeared in the Columbus Sentinel, on the 14th ult., seems to require of me at this time some notice ... J. R. Emrie. Columbus, April 15, 1833.

By his Excellency, Thomas W. Veanzey, Governor of Maryland. A proclamation ... do appoint and proclaim Monday, the 21st of November, instant, as the time of the next meeting of the General Assembly ... Given under my hand and seal ... this eight

An adjourned meeting. This evening, at six o'clock, will be held at the City Hall, in the Court Room. Working men, fellow citizens, now is the only time which is left us, to throw off the chains which at present bind us, and paralyze our energie

An Indian encampment near Fort Niagra, in the time of the Revolution. The boy, Frederick Schermerhorn, is seen to the left, just starting on the periolous race of the gauntlet

Mr. Calhoun- Mr. Van Buren- Texas. As the time when the Convention is to assemble seems to be settled, I propose to discuss the opinions of some leading members of our party, who are likely to receive its nomination ... [Signed] Simenes. [1839?]

To the public. Some time about the 1st or 2d of December last, a young man by the name of A. C. Manning, left this city with a stock of goods, for the purpose of pedling ... Some anxiety being felt, lest all should not be right, any person will

... As some misapprehension exists on the subject of a supposed pledge, said to have been given by the present mayor, at the time of his inauguration, to serve, but one term, his inaugural address is here published ... Several voters. [Inaugural

Take your time Miss Lucy, a comic ballad

The Central colored Presbyterian church of Philadelphia, worshipping at the present time in Einghth near Carpenter Street, respectfully appeal to a generous public for aid, in erecting a house of worship ... Philadelphia, November 14, 1844.

A.- No. 72. Revision. [re-print.] State of New Jersey. An act to provide for granting letters of administration of the estate of interstates residing out of the state at the time of their decease [1846?].

President (C)ass beginning operations, losing no time

Jesus falls for the third time. / terecira caida de Jesus

[Time table and general rules] To take effect October 8, 1849. Boston, October 4, 1849.

Finn & Rockwell's counting-house calendar! for time without end. Auburn. N. Y. c. 1850.

A fact. About this time last year, whilst I was working in the employ of Mr. J. T. Towers, a conversation occurred between Mr. Lenox and myself to this effect ... I replied that my day's work was done, that we worked on the ten hour system ... R

Soliloquy of Prof. John W. Webster, after the disappearance of Dr. Geo. Parkman up to the time of his execution. By Mary G. Doe. [Aug. 1850].

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