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The life and dying speech of Arthur, a negro man who was executed at Worcester, October 20th 1768. For a rape committed on the body of one Deborah Metcalfe. Boston: Printed and sold in Milk-Street 1768.

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 Committee chamber, Worcester. Nov. 18, 1776. As expedients are no longer wise, prudent, and politic, than the reasons on which they are founded exist, and effects are reversed by a mutation of causes; as the demands of our country are continu

Proceedings of the convention, began and held at Worcester, in and for the County of Worcester, on the 3d day of August, 1779 for the purpose of carrying into effect the several interesting and important measures ... Done in Convention at Worces

[Cut] The dying criminal: poem, by Robert Young, on his own execution, which is tobe on this day, November 11, 1779, for rape, committed on the body of Jane Green, a child,eleven years of age, at Brookfield ... Printed and sold at the printi

Worcester County convention. In convention. Tuesday April 9, 1782. At a meeting of thirty-four members from twenty-six towns in the County of Worcester, on Tuesday the 9th of April inst A. D. 1782 ... Printed at Worcester, 1782.

To the customers of Thomas's Massachusetts Spy. Kind patrons. The publisher of the Massachusetts Spy was early in life engaged, in the way of his profession, in the service of his country. Sixteen years have now elapsed ... Printing-Office, Worc

Title page, with no illus., in George Richards Minot, The history of the insurrections, in Massachusetts, in the year MDCCLXXXVI, Worcester, I. Thomas, 1788

Essex County ; Worcester County.

Worcester, March 13, 1815. Gentlemen. In congratulating you upon the return of peace with a people whom our government indiscreetly chose to make an enemy, we should most fervently rejoice, could we announce, that the government, and its partiza

Joseph Emerson Worcester to Thomas Jefferson, June 8, 1826

A map of Mendon, Worcester County, Mass. /

A map of Worcester, shire town of the County of Worcester /

View of Worcester, Mass. taken from Union Hill / P. Anderson del. ; on stone by R. Cooke ; T. Moore's Lithography, Boston.

Proceedings of the Whig state convention, at Worcester, Mass., June 17, 1840.

Map of rail road surveys from Worcester to Baldwinville & N.H. line.

Map and profile of the Sunbury route Susqua. Rail Road from the terminus of York & Cumberland Railway to Williamsport Pennsa. showing its connection with the great southern anthracite coal fields; 1st by the Dauphin & Susqa. Rail Road, 2d by the Lykins Valley Rail Road, 3d by the Treverton Rail Road, 4th by the Shamokin Rail Road, surveyed by Geo. P. Worcester, Civ. Engr. and the Williamsport and Elmira Route surveyed under the directions of Maj. Hartman Bache Topog. Engr. U.S.A., by Geo. P. Worcester Civ. Engr. for Balto. & Susqua. R.R.

Kansas. To those who desire that Kansas should be free ... Worcester, Nov. 22, 1854.

Map of Worcester County, Massachusetts /

Transcript extra! [April 19, 1861] Friday evening 7 P. M.

Transcript extra! [April 22, 1861] Monday evening 7 P. M.

Transcript extra! [April 17, 1861] Wednesday evening 7 P. M.

The Union forever! The members of the National Union party are hereby called upon to meet in their respective districts on Saturday, 14th of October ... George H. Richardson. Chairman Union State Central Committee for Worcester County, September

Map of Worcester County, Massachusetts.

Charm of the East--Chewing tobacco--O.P. Shattuck, Worcester, Mass. / Strobridge & Co. Lith. Cincinnati, O.

Atlas of Wicomico, Somerset & Worcester countries, Maryland. Compiled, drawn and published from actual surveys.

To the citizens of Worcester. [Worcester, 1883].

Worcester Cathedral

[Cathedral, S. E., Worcester, England]

[Severn Bridge, Worcester, England]

[Worcester, Mass., Polytechnic Institute, Boytin [i.e. Boynton] Hall]

[Worcester College, Oxford, England]

[Edgar Tower, Worcester, England]

[Cathedral, S. W., Worcester, England]

[Promenade, Worcester, England]

[Worcester County] Court House, Fitchburg, Mass.

First Philippine Commission: Jacob G. Schurman, Admiral Dewey, Charels Denby, and Dean C. Worcester (Gen. [Elwell S.] Otis not present)

Lake Quinsigamond, Worcester, Mass.

[Worcester Art Museum and Picture Gallery, Worcester, Mass.]

Franklin Worcester

Worcester Cathedral

Library, Worcester Art Museum [Worcester, Mass.]

[Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Salisbury Laboratories, Worcester, Mass.]

[New Union Station, Worcester, Mass.]

[Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Mass.]

[Worcester Art Museum library, Worcester, Mass.]

[Free Public Library, Worcester, Mass.]

Lake in Elm Park, Worcester, Mass.

Bancroft Tower, Worcester, Mass.

Post Office, Worcester, Mass.

Lake in Elm Park, Worcester, Mass.

Central Church and Armory, Worcester, Mass.

Union Station, Worcester, Mass.

Lake Quinsigamond, Worcester, Mass.

Art Museum, Worcester, Mass.

Union Church, Worcester, Mass.

Bloomingdale Hospital, Worcester, Mass.

Main St., Worcester, Mass.

City hall, Worcester, Mass.

The Common, Worcester, Mass.

Lake Quinsigamond, Worcester, Mass.

Holy Cross College Alumni Hall, Worcester, Mass.

[Holy Cross College, Worcester, Mass.]

Soldiers' Monument, Worcester, Mass.

Armory [i.e. State National Guard Armory], Worcester, Mass.

[Lake Quinsigamond from lake park, Worcester, Mass.]

[The Huguenot and Rockrimmon, first electric cars through Brimfield to Worcester, July 1, 1907]

Lake in Elm Park, Worcester, Mass.

St. Paul's Church, Worcester, Mass.

Clark University, Worcester, Mass.

State Mutual Building, Worcester, Mass.

Court House and statue of Gen. Devens, Worcester, Mass.

Boynton Hall, [Worcester] Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Mass.

[Sigmund Freud, G. Stanley Hall, C.G. Jung, A.A. Brill, Ernest Jones, and Sándor Ferenczi posed at Clark University, Worcester, Mass.]

West picture gallery, Worcester Art Museum

Clark College, Worcester, Mass.

[Worcester, Ma., Bancroft Hill and Institute Park]

[Worcester, Mass., Elm Park]

Classical sculpture gallery, Worcester Art Museum

Renaissance sculpture gallery, auditorium, Worcester Art Museum

Worcester, Mass. sky photograph

Worcester Cathedral

Hotel Bancroft, Worcester, Mass.

Worcester Cathedral

Green Hill Park, Worcester, Mass.

[The Common and City Hall, Front Street, Worcester, Mass.]

Corridor and staircase, 2nd floor, Worcester Art Museum

Memorial Hospital, Worcester, Mass.

The Common, Worcester, Mass.

New Union Station, Worcester, Mass.

Corridor, 3rd floor, Worcester Art Museum

The Common and City Hall, Worcester, Mass., Front St.

[Green Hill Park, Worcester, Mass.]

Main St., Court Hill, Grove St., and Lincoln Sq., Worcester, Mass.

Worcester Academy, Worcester, Mass.

[City Hall plaza, Main Street, Worcester, Mass.]

Elm Park, Worcester, Mass.

Group of workers from Indian Orchard Mfg. Co. including following names and others: Mose Fournier, 297 Worcester St.; in Mr. Karnes' room. Wilfred Croteau lives on Worcester St., in front of Police Station. Doffer in Mr. Baker's twisting room. Paul Phaneuf, 189 Franklin St., in Mr. Karnes' spinning room. Leo La Francis, 12 Quebec St. In beaming room. Location: Indian Orchard, Massachusetts.

[Group of workers from Indian Orchard Mfg. Co. including following names and others: Mose Fournier, 297 Worcester St.; in Mr. Karnes' room. Wilfred Croteau lives on Worcester St., in front of Police Station. Doffer in Mr. Baker's twisting room. Paul Phaneuf, 189 Franklin St., in Mr. Karnes' spinning room. Leo La Francis, 12 Quebec St. In beaming room.] Location: Indian Orchard, Massachusetts.

Elm Pool Room (inside): Nathan Sher, 69 Walden St. William Donovan, Elm Pool Room. George, 28 Elm St. (youngest pin boy). Bill Simmons (manager). Frank Worcester, 28 Elm St. Alton Tripp, 31 High St. Theodore Lewis, Elm Pool Room. Donnie Murray, Elm Pool Room. Joe Correia, 36 Elm St. Location: New Bedford, Massachusetts.

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