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[Interior of a metallurgist's workshop with furnace and implements of his trade; on the hood over the furnace is a portrait of an unidentified man]

A new and correct map of the world : laid down according to the newest observations & discoveries in several different projections including the trade winds, monsoons, variation of the compass, and illustrated with a coelestial planisphere, the various systems of Ptolomy, Copernicus, and Tycho Brahe together with ye apearances of the planets &c. /

By His Excellency, Joseph Dudley, Esq. Captain General and Governor in Chief, in and over His Majesties Provinces of the Massachusetts-Bay and New-Hampshire in New-England. A proclamation against commerce & trade with the French of Canada, Cape

A map of the West-Indies or the islands of America in the North Sea; with ye adjacent countries; explaning [sic] what belongs to Spain, England, France, Holland &c. also ye trade winds, and ye several tracts made by ye galeons and flota from place to place. According to ye newest and most exact observations,

A map of the West-Indies or the islands of America in the North Sea; with ye adjacent countries; explaning [sic] what belongs to Spain, England, France, Holland, &c. also ye trade winds, and ye several tracts made by ye galeons and flota from place to place.

A Plan of the Straits of St. Mary, and Michilimakinac, to shew the situation & importance of the two westernmost settlements of Canada for the fur trade.

A map of the British and French dominions in North America, with the roads, distances, limits, and extent of the settlements, humbly inscribed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Halifax, and the other Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners for Trade & Plantations,

A map of the British and French dominions in North America with the roads, distances, limits, and extent of the settlements, humbly inscribed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Halifax, and the other Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners for Trade & Plantations,

A map of the British and French dominions in North America, with the roads, distances, limits, and extent of the settlements, humbly inscribed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Halifax, and the other Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners for Trade & Plantations,

The merchants, and all others, who are any ways concerned in, or connected with trade, are desired to meet at Faneuil-Hall to-morrow, being Friday the 20th instant, at nine o’clock beforenoon, to receive the report of the committee of inspection

The merchants and all others who are any ways concerned in, or connected with trade, are desired to meet at Faneuil-Hall to-morrow, being Wednesday the 17th instant, at ten o’clock beforenoon, to receive the report of the committee of inspection

We the shopkeepers of Philadelphia, and places adjacent, whose names are hereunto subscribed, labouring under many and great difficulties in the present languishing condition of trade in this City, partly owing to the unrestrained liberties of v

A new and accurate map of Virginia wherein most of the counties are laid down from actual surveys. With a concise account of the number of inhabitants, the trade, soil, and produce of that Province.

To the merchants and other inhabitants of Pennsylvania. [Recommending canals between the Susquehanna and Schuylkill and the Chesapeake and the Delaware] [Signed] A friend to trade. Philadelphia. Dec. 13, 1771.

Advertisement. The members of the Association of the Sons of Liberty, are requested to meet at the City-Hall, at one o'clock, to-morrow (being Friday) on business of the utmost importance;--and every other friend to the liberties, and trade of A

A map of the British and French dominions in North America, with the roads, distances, limits, and extent of the settlements, humbly inscribed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Halifax, and the other Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners for Trade & Plantations,

A map of the British and French dominions in North America, with the roads, distances, limits, and extent of the settlements, humbly inscribed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Halifax, and the other Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners for Trade & Plantations,

To the respectable inhabitants of the City and County of New-York. Friends and Fellow Citizens! [On trade and representation in the next Congress] By order of the Committee. Isaac Low, Chairman. New York, 29th March, 1775 [New York: Printed by J

A map of the British colonies in North America, with the roads, distances, limits, and extent of the settlements, humbly inscribed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Halifax, and the other Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners for Trade & Plantations,

A plan of the bay and harbor of Boston, surveyed agreeably to the orders and instructions of the Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners for Trade and Plantations, to Samuel Holland, Esqr., His Majesty's Surveyor General of Lands for the Northern District of North America,

To the public. Being informed that many of out Fellow-Citizens entertain apprehensions that we may continue as usual to transact trade and business in this city, by which means they fear there will be continual infractions of the association: we

A map of the middle British colonies in North America. First published by Lewis Evans, of Philadelphia, in 1755; and since corrected and improved, as also extended, with the addition of New England, and bordering parts of Canada; from actual surveys now lying at the Board of Trade.

Mr. Trade & family or the state of ye nation / St--t, B--rn--d, & Co. origt. ; G--rm--e, N--h & Co. excr.

Charles Alexandre de Calonne to Thomas Jefferson, 1785, American Whale Oil Trade; Extract in French

The funeral of Trade, who died of a mortal stab receiv'd on the 13th of June 1785

Thomas Jefferson to Patrick Henry and William Smallwood, May 31, 1786, Tobacco Trade Regulations

Thomas Jefferson to Francis Coffyn, et al, May 31, 1786, Tobacco Trade Regulations

Charles Gravier, Comte de Vergennes to Thomas Jefferson, May 30, 1786, Tobacco Trade

Thomas Jefferson to John Bondfield, May 31, 1786, Tobacco Trade Regulations

Charles Gravier, Comte de Vergennes to Thomas Jefferson, May 30, 1786, Tobacco Trade Regulations; in French

John Jay to United States Congress, August 3, 1786, Extract from Report on Commodity Trade with "Spanish America"

Thomas Jefferson to William Macarty, May 9, 1786, American Whale Oil Trade

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, May 31, 1786, Tobacco Trade Regulations

James Madison, 1787, Fragment of Document on Foreign Trade; Sent to Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson to Andre Limozin, September 22, 1787, two same date; Duties on Trade with France

Thomas Jefferson to American Consuls in France, January 15, 1789, Circular Letter on Whale Oil Trade

Abolition of the slave trade, or the man the master

House of Representatives, December 15, 1790, Resolution on Mediterranean Trade

The abolition of the slave trade Or the inhumanity of dealers in human flesh exemplified in Captn. Kimber's treatment of a young Negro girl of 15 for her virjen (sic) modesty.

The gradual abolition off the slave trade or leaving of sugar by degrees

, February 13, 1793, U.S. Trade with Netherlands

, February 13, 1793, U.S. Trade with Spain

Rousire, July 18, 1793, Deposition on U.S. Trade, in French

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?)

Senate, January 17, 1809, Resolution on Trade between Nations

Humming all the trade is or The modern alchymist / T. J. [Jones] fect.

Extra. Charlottesville, Thursday, April 9, 1829. Albermarle County Court. On Tuesday, 7th inst. Messrs. C. Brigham and S. K. Head were brought before the Court to answer to the charge of E. Watts, who is a book-binder by trade and instituted thi

United States slave trade, 1830

United States' slave trade, 1830

To the Honorable Senate and the House of representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The undersigned, citizens of Massachusetts, respectfully represent that they have reason to believe that the foreign slave trade is now carried on to

Map of the United States, Territory of Oregon, west of the Rocky Mountains, exhibiting the various trading depots or forts occupied by the British Hudson Bay Company, connected with the western and northwestern fur trade /

Map of the United States, Territory of Oregon, west of the Rocky Mountains, exhibiting the various trading depots or forts occupied by the British Hudson Bay Company, connected with the western and northwestern fur trade /

The Liberty Almanac for 1847: [page with slave trade news (no illus.)]

Map of the various channels for conveying the trade of the north west to the Atlantic sea-board exhibiting the tributaries & drainage of the trade into each and the effect of the enlargement of the Erie Canal, illustrating the position taken by William J. McAlpine, C.E. in his Annual Report as State Engineer and Surveyor of the State of New York, 1853.

Circular to the trade. Now ready, the battles of the Crimea ... Published by G. S. Wells, 140 Nassau Street. N. Y. [n. d.].

Our exposure of the swill milk trade

Isaac Hazlehurst to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 14, 1861 (Telegram stating that a free trade Secretary of Treasury would ruin Pennsylvania)

Salmon P. Chase to John G Nicolay, 1861-65 (Trade regulations)

The first ecumenical council of Nice; a world's Christian convention. A. D., 325 By Dean Dudley 8 vo. Price $1.00 A liberal discount made to the trade. Published by T. O. H. O. Burnham, 143 Washington Street, Boston. Opinions of the Press

Boston Board of Trade, Thursday, April 18, 1861 (Printed Resolution)

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 24, 1862 (Treaty to end African slave trade)

Dear Sir: The interests of the undersigned being vitally affected by the inequalities of the proposed tax bill, would state for himself and the trade he represents, that he is a wholesale merchant, manufactures and dealer in proprietary family m

Salmon P. Chase to Charles A. Wickliffe, Friday, March 28, 1862 (License to trade)

George F. Shepley to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, December 18, 1863 (Cotton trade)

Leonard & Co. Auctioneers ... We shall hold a sale of books, photograph albums, paper and stationery to the trade and others in Boston, the third week in November ... Leonard & Co. Boston. Oct. 1st, 1863.

Hanson A. Risley to John G. Nicolay, Thursday, September 29, 1864 (Cotton trade)

Executive order. I Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, having seen and considered the Additional Regulation of Trade prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, and numbered LVII, do hereby approve the same.

Salmon P. Chase to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, May 26, 1864 (Restriction of trade in Tennessee and Kentucky)

William P. Fessenden to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 23, 1864 (Regulations concerning cotton trade)

Our Mexican frontier - cotton press at Piedras Negras, on the Rio Grande, the centre of the rebel trade / from a sketch by our special artist, C.E. Bonwill.

William P. Fessenden to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, July 27, 1864 (Modification in trade regulations)

Having perfected all their arrangements, are now prepared to manufacture for the trade envelopes of every variety ... Boston, 1865.

To the trade. Bond's indexical bill holder and letter file. Patented Nov. 10, 1868 ... Terms of trade ... Entered according to Act of Congress A. D. 1869, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court, for the District of Maine.

Trade map of the north western states showing the counties, towns and rail roads, etc.

Free trade & free lands of Magdalena. The Al clipper schooner Sarah ... is now loading ... [San Francisco, Francis & Valentine, printers [187-?]].

U.S. Reports: Salt Company v. East Saginaw, 80 U.S. (13 Wall.) 373 (1872)

The Texas cattle trade. Cutting out / drawn by Frenzeny and Tavernier.

Indian trading [6 illustrations: 1. trader's store; 2. 2 en route; 3. preparing for trade; 4. the trading post and fort; 5. return from trading; 6. dissatisfaction - (Indian beating his wife)]

Stick to your trade and be true!

Bufford's trade sheet no. 1

The Extension of American Trade - Visit of the United States Industrial Expedition to Mexico - The American visitors being shown through the Council Chamber, after the president's reception

The extension of American trade - Visit of the United States Industrial Expedition to Mexico - President Diaz opening the Exhibition of American Industries at the School of Mines [interior showing crowd and machinery]

Free trade slough of despond

A true comparison between the actual foreign trade of Great Britain and the United States of America ... G. B. Stebbins. [n. p. 1881].

American federation of labor endeavors to unite all classes of wage-workers under one head, through their several organizations to the end. 1 That class, race, creed, political and trade prejudices may be abolished. 2. That support, moral and fi

Stealing the trade--Sitting Bull trying to steal the trade

The balance of trade with Great Britain seems to be still against us--650 paupers arrived at Boston in the steamship Nestoria, April 15th, from Galway, Ireland, shipped by the British government / W.A. Rogers.

U.S. Reports: Asher v. Texas, 128 U.S. 129 (1888)

U.S. Reports: The Gazelle and Cargo, 128 U.S. 474 (1888)

The Political excitement in New York City - A "Rush" during the passage of a procession on Broadway [Harrison and Cleveland supporters in confrontation with raised canes over the issues of "Free Trade" and "Tariff"]

U.S. Reports: Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. v. Finzer, 128 U.S. 182 (1888)

U.S. Reports: Hostetter v. Park, 137 U.S. 30 (1890)

Board of Trade, Scranton, Pa.

[Indianapolis, Ind., Board of Trade Bldg.]

U.S. Reports: United States v. Freight Association, 166 U.S. 290 (1897)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Goldenberg, 168 U.S. 95 (1897)

U.S. Reports: Smyth v. Ames, 169 U.S. 466 (1898)

Schneeler's House, Missionary Trade School, Jerusalem

[Signed trade binding book cover for "The Queen's Twin" by Sarah Orne Jewett, showing title of book between foliage and heart motif]

Trade school - Shoe-making

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