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The House of representatives, apprehending it of importance, that the Governour's objections to a bill, reducing the salary of the governour from eleven hundred to eight hundred pounds ... Done in Court-Street Boston, by Edward Eveleth Powars, 1

The House of representatives, apprehending it of importance, that the ...

Not in Ford. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 43, Folder 7.

Please observe!! Recommended to the attention of M[blank] by a member of the anti- poking-your-nose-into-other-people's-business-society. Wanted immediately! a person of fair character, (age or sex immaterial,) at a salary of $500 per ann

Please observe!! Recommended to the attention of M[blank] by a member ...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 5 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 23, Folder 11. Copy scanned: 3

That salary grab--"You took it"

That salary grab--"You took it"

Cartoon showing politicians pointing fingers at each other. Illus in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1873 Dec. 27, p. 272.

Admits "kicking back" part of salary. Washington, D.C., April 22. He "turned back" $75 of his $200 per month salary, Henry M. Lewis former Deputy Sheriff in Harlan County, Ky., told the Senate Civil Liberties Committee as it resumed its investigation of alleged terrorism in connection with Harlan County Coal Operators' efforts to resist union organization drives. The money was returned to Sheriff Theodore R. Middleton each month in 1935 and 1936. Lewis added that many of the men listed as drawing salaries from the Sheriff's office were not regarded as regular employees, and several of them worked for coal companies, 4221937

Admits "kicking back" part of salary. Washington, D.C., April 22. He "...

Title from unverified data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection on the negative or negative sleeve. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available a... more

Washington, D.C. Government charwoman who provides for a family of six on her salary of one thousand and eighty dollars per year. She puts ten percent of her salary in war bonds

Washington, D.C. Government charwoman who provides for a family of six...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... more

War Office. September 12, 1785 : The secretary at war reports, that it may be a subject worthy the attention of Congress, whether it would not be necessary to appoint some confidential person, with a small salary, either resident with the Six Nations, or upon the frontiers nearest to them, to whom they might apply, as the intermediate person between them and Congress ...

War Office. September 12, 1785 : The secretary at war reports, that it...

Followed by: The committee to whom was referred a letter from Mr. Kirkland, of the 14th of September, together with its enclosures, submit the following report ... "The broadside could not have been issued befo... more

War Office. September 12, 1785 : The secretary at war reports, that it may be a subject worthy the attention of Congress, whether it would not be necessary to appoint some confidential person, with a small salary, either resident with the Six Nations, or upon the frontiers nearest to them, to whom they might apply, as the intermediate person between them and Congress ...

War Office. September 12, 1785 : The secretary at war reports, that it...

Followed by: The committee to whom was referred a letter from Mr. Kirkland, of the 14th of September, together with its enclosures, submit the following report ... "The broadside could not have been issued befo... more

Facts for the people. Gen. Hayes a salary grabber. He gets $5,500 more than he agreed to serve his constituents for. Governor Hayes deprives Ohio of a part of its representation in Congress .... [1875?].

Facts for the people. Gen. Hayes a salary grabber. He gets $5,500 more...

Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 138, Folder 9.

Facts for the people. Gen. Hayes a salary grabber. He gets $5,500 more than he agreed to serve his constituents for. Governor Hayes deprives Ohio of a part of its representation in Congress .... [1875?].

Facts for the people. Gen. Hayes a salary grabber. He gets $5,500 more...

Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 138, Folder 9.

Facts for the people. Gen. Hayes a salary grabber. He gets $5,500 more than he agreed to serve his constituents for. Governor Hayes deprives Ohio of a part of its representation in Congress .... [1875?].

Facts for the people. Gen. Hayes a salary grabber. He gets $5,500 more...

Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 138, Folder 9.

Facts for the people. Gen. Hayes a salary grabber. He gets $5,500 more than he agreed to serve his constituents for. Governor Hayes deprives Ohio of a part of its representation in Congress .... [1875?].

Facts for the people. Gen. Hayes a salary grabber. He gets $5,500 more...

Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 138, Folder 9.

J. Mason to James Madison, July 8, 1812. Includes statement regarding salary and subsistence for Indian agents, from April 1, 1811 to March 31, 1812.

J. Mason to James Madison, July 8, 1812. Includes statement regarding ...

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

J. Mason to James Madison, July 8, 1812. Includes statement regarding salary and subsistence for Indian agents, from April 1, 1811 to March 31, 1812.

J. Mason to James Madison, July 8, 1812. Includes statement regarding ...

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

J. Mason to James Madison, July 8, 1812. Includes statement regarding salary and subsistence for Indian agents, from April 1, 1811 to March 31, 1812.

J. Mason to James Madison, July 8, 1812. Includes statement regarding ...

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

J. Mason to James Madison, July 8, 1812. Includes statement regarding salary and subsistence for Indian agents, from April 1, 1811 to March 31, 1812.

J. Mason to James Madison, July 8, 1812. Includes statement regarding ...

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

J. Mason to James Madison, July 8, 1812. Includes statement regarding salary and subsistence for Indian agents, from April 1, 1811 to March 31, 1812.

J. Mason to James Madison, July 8, 1812. Includes statement regarding ...

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

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