An American Time Capsule: Three Centuries of Broadsides and Other Printed Ephemera
... Resolutions relative to fitting out a Southern expedition at Philadelphia ... Philadelphia 1862.
Resolutions submitted by Mr. Burley, March 16, 1861.
Resolutions submitted to the Senate by Thomas S. Grimke, one of the members from St. Philip's and St. Michael's, 12th December, 1828.
... Resolutions. Newburyport, Mass., May 21, 1868.
A resolve of the Honorable His Majesty’s Council of the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay, relating to the disorders on the days of ordination of ministers; --- with the proceedings of the Convention of ministers thereupon. Province of the Massa
... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America assembled, that a mint shall be established under such regulation as shall be directed by law ... [Philadelphia: Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, 1
... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That it shall be the duty of the respective clerks of the several district courts in the United States, to return true copies of the t
... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the President of the United States be requested to cause to be communicated to the National Assembly of France the peculiar sensi
... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the clerks in the office of the commissioners of army accounts, are entitled to receive for their services, a sum not exceeding f
... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that Andrew Brown, or any other printer, be permitted, under the direction of the Secretary of State, to collate with, and correct by
.. Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that all surveys of lands in the western territory made under the direction of the late geographer, Thomas Hutchins, agreeable to contr
... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that the president of the United States be, and he hereby is requested, to cause, an estimate to be laid before Congress at their next
... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That an embargo be laid on all ships and vessels in the ports of the United States, whether already cleared out, or not, bound in any
... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That during the continuance of the present embargo, no registered vessel, having on board goods, wars or merchandize, shall be allowe
... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That during the continuance of the present embargo, no registered vessel; having on board goods, wares or merchandize, shall be allow
... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That the Secretary for the department of war, be, and he is hereby directed to make out an exact list, of the name of each person, re
Resolved that adequate provision ought to be made for fulfilling the engagements of the United States, in respect to their foreign debt. Resolved, that permanent funds ought to be appropriated for the payment of interest on, and the gradual disc
Resolved, as the opinion of this committee that the interests of the United States would be promoted by further restrictions and higher duties, in certain cases, on the manufactures and navigation ofmforeign nations, employed in the commerce of
Resolves Dec. 1780.
Respected friends. By direction of the Board of managers of the Chester County auxiliary colonization society, I enclose their address, together with a copy of the constitution ... West Chester, Pa. 12th Mo 10th, 1827.
Respiratory quotient and loss in volume of expired air.- Dr. Henry C. Chapman called attention to the fact that the so-called "respiratory quotient", and originally defined by Pflüger as the ratio of the weight of the oxygen absorbed during insp
... Restatement of ideals of the American society of newspaper editors .... Designed and printed at the Rochester Athenaeum & Mechanics Institute, Rochester. N. Y. .
The resumption of specie payments. .
Resumption of the fast express train Through to Pittsburg in 13 hours. Summer arrangement over the great Penna. Central rail road, for Pittsburg ... Thos. Moore. Agent. Pennsylvania railroad company. May 1856. New York Booth & M'Naughton, Steam
Retirement of the late postmaster, Col. Graham.
Retrenchment. An adjourned meeting of the people, friendly to reform and retrenchment, will be held on Saturday the 14th of December inst., at 10 o'clock, in Libery Town. Question- The adoption of the resolutions offered by Col. Kiemmel ... Anth
Retrospect of an insane asylum. Behind the bars. [Review of book. Boston [n. d.].
Return of a company of Virginia militia, commanded by Captain of the battalion regiment, in the County of for the month of 181.
Return of ordnance and ordnance stores on the day of 181 [Blank forms].
Return of the battalion of the regiments of Virginia militia, in the county of commanded by major for the [1812?].
A return of the number of inhabitants in the State of Connecticut, February 1, 1782; and also of the Indians and negroes. [s. l.]
Return of the state of the Upper Appomattox Company, on the 30th September, 1841.
Return of the troop of cavalry, commanded by [blank] in the [blank] battalion, and [blank] regiment in the county of [blank] 18 [blank].
Reunion of Bemis Heights battalion 77th foot regiment N. Y. S. vols. at Schuylerville, Sept. 17 .
Reunion of Survivors association 77th foot regument N. Y. S. vols. at Schenectady, Sept. 22 .
The Rev. Caleb Sherman, of Dover. (N. H.) A lecture and a song, to the Rev. Caleb Sherman, concerning the necessity of fleeing youthful lusts, by Jonathan Plummer, a lay bishop, travelling preacher, physician, poet and trader ... Printed for the
The Rev. John Alex. Dowie will conduct services in the Chicago auditorium every Lord's day at 3 P. M. doors open at 2:30 P. M. All are cordially invited. Christ is all and in all. [190-].
Rev. Selden Jennings Coffin, Ph. D. [Short sketch of his life.] [n. d.].
Rev. Sir:- The American Colonization Society to which this is, auxiliary, has sent out the following companies of emigrants, nearly all emancipated slaves within the year ... Colonization Office, Boston, June 15, 1848.
Revenue stamp duties. Abstract of the U. S. excise tax laws; prepared for the use of merchants, bankers, lawyers and the public generally. Revenue stamps of every description constantly for sale, in sums to suit at the stamp window of the Boston
The Reverend Dear Sir, The committee appointed by the Western rail-road corporation, to assist the directors in their application to the Legislature for aid to finish the road to the western line of the state, have thought that the surest way to
Review of Jackson's address to the Whigs of Rhode Island ... [Signed] Whig of the Old School .
Review of the report of the special commissioner of revenue, on distilled spirits By Wm. H. Van Nortwick, revenue inspector. [n. p.] Jan 31, 1867.
Revised check list 400 songs for the boys in the back room. Kenneth Roberts. Kennebunkport, Maine 1944.
A revolt from free trade. Great popular uprising in defence of American industries. Tidings of a stampede from the democracy in every quarter of the Empire state. New York Tribune Extra. No. 106. September 1888.
Revolutionary document. To the soldiers of the army of Tennessee Comrades: the following letter, which has recently been published, shews what you and your families have to expect from the tender mercies of the infamous Sherman, now leading Linc
A revolutionary relic. A sermon preached on the eve of the battle of Brandywine, Sept. 10, 1777 b the Rev. Joab Trout ... The above is from an old copy in the possession of Henry Stevens, Esq. Burlington Vt.
A revolutionary relic. A sermon, preached on the eve of the Battle of Brandywine, Sept. 10, 1777. by the Rev. Joab Trout. [Reprint.].
Revolutionary relics. A collection of revolutionary relics will be opened on November 9th, in the Old South Church, and will continue open for two weeks .
Revolving interest table. Lancaster, Pa. Published by A. F. Osterloh & Horace T. Tidd. [c. 1840].
Reward of merit. Presented to by instructor. [New York? 183-].
(Rewards offered for the arrest of Jefferson Davis and others, May 2, 1865.) By the President of the United States of America. A proclamation. Whereas it appears, from evidence in the Bureau of military justice, that the atrocious murder of the
Reynolds' numeration chart. [c. 1836].
Rhode Island Legislature. January session 1839. Reports of the select committee to whom were referred the resolutions of Mr. Wells, of Hopkington, touching certain resolutions of the House of representatives of the U. States relating to petition
Rhode Island and Providence plantations united to the great American family. Providence, Monday, May 31, 1790. Saturday night, at eleven o'clock, an express arrived in town from Newport, with the important intelligence, that the convention of th
Rhode Island charter. granted by King Charles II. in the fourteenth year of his reign. July 8th, 1663. [Reprinted London, 1766].
Rhode Island. Washington, D. C., Nov. 1, 1906.
Rhode-Island college. September 1, 1802. Exercises of commencement. [Province, 1802].
Richmond price current. Richmond, Va. August 8, 1867.
Richmond weekly price current. Wednesday morning, June 19, 1867. Richmond 1867.
Richmond, 12th November, 1808. Sir. Should the judicial system contemplated by an act of the last General Assembly, entitled "An Act to organize and establish a superior court of law in each county of this commonwealth" be finally carried into e
Richmond, August 9th, 1800. Sir. We have taken the liberty to advise you, to have the tickets for electors of President and Vice-president of the United States written; and have thought proper to recommend to youthe following form .... Your fell
Richmond, December 4th, 1809. Sir. The court of appeals at their session which has recently expired, decided in the case of the Commonwealth against the securities of White, formerly sheriff of Jefferson County, that the bond given by a sheriff
Richmond, January 16, 1821. Sir. I have the honor to hand you a copy of a memorial, which I propose to submit to the Legislature of Virginia ... Samuel F. Bradford. To the Honorable the Senate and House of representatives of the Commonwealth of
Richmond, January 22, 1801. Dear Sir. The session of the Legislature of this State being nearly bought to a close, I will endeavor to inform you of the principal objects which have occupied us, and of the result of our deliberations ... R. Yance
Richmond, July 6, 1792. Gentlemen, I beg leave to transmit to you a copy of a letter of the 21st of January, 1790, and to request your uniform attention thereto. The public good requires it; and the Executive will reject all applications for pay
Richmond, June 25th, 1812. Sir. I enclose you the proclamation of the President of the United States, announcing, that the long anticipated event has at length occured: America has closed with Great Britain in a solemn appeal to the God of battl
Richmond, State of Virginia. In Convention, Wednesday the 25th of June, 1788. The Convention, according to the order of the day resolved itself into a committee of the whole convention to take into farther consideration the proposed constitution
Richmond, State of Virginia. In convention, Wednesday, the 25th of June, 1788. The convention according to the order of the day, resolved itself into a committee of the whole convention, to take into farther consideration, the proposed constitut
"Tricks" The speaker speaks. [Washington, D. C.? 186-?].
... A riddle. There has appeared in this City, a tall man, well made, of a fair complexion, buckram gait, majestick look, but of an unaccountable disdainful countenance ... [AN election squib. signed A White-Oak] [Philadelphia, 1770].
"A friend in need is a friend indeed." The friends and acquaintances of Mr. Charles Blue and all his well, wishers knowing his abilities and qualifications, and also his distress at the present time, have tendered him a complimentary ball, to co
Rifleman, attention! A company of one hundred men to be selected from the best rifle shots ... Recruits will be received by James D. Fessenden ... Portland, Maine. Bridgton Reporter Press, S. H. Noyes, printer, 1861.
The Right Honourable Thomas Lord Fairfax, petitioner. against the Governor and Council of Virginia, in right of the crown. Defendants The case of the petitioner the Lord Fairfax. To be heard before the Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee
The right hand of fellowship from Old England's Worcester to New England's Worcester ... The inhabitants of Worcester, England, to their brethren of Worcester, Massachusetts, U. S. A. Friends and brethren, It is with pain and deep sorrow that we
The rights & duties of an American citizen; with especial application to our volunteers and their dues. Lecture held before a meeting of N. Y. invalids of our present revolutionary war, on the 4th of January, 1863 by Albert Liberty. [Prospectus]
The rights of conjugal happiness contended By Mary G. Doe. Biddeford, Me. Printed on the "Eastern Journal Fast Engine Press [184-].
[Printed leaflet. New York City 1937].
[Printed receipt for subscription payment. Boston, 186-].
Riot at Faneuil Hall. Mr. Quincy's letter. Dedham, Nov. 17, 1850.
The rising monument. Hannah F. Gould. Newburyport, September, 1840.
Rittenhouse Academy, Indiana Avenue, near the City Hall. This institution has been in successful operation nearly four years ... [Washington, D. C. 1848].
Rittenhouse academy. Order of exercises for Saturday afternoon, July 29, 1843. [Washington, 1843.].
Rittenhouse academy. Order of exercises for exhibition. Tuesday, August 2d, 1842.
Rive's life of Madison. Published by Little, Brown & Co., Boston. J. D. Fiiselin, Jr. Norfolk, Va. agent History of the life and times of James Madison. by Hon. William C. Rives. To be comprised in three off our volumes. 8vo. Vol. 1. Now ready.
River and harbor bill. Remarks of Hon. Job E. Stevenson, of Ohio, in the House of representatives, June 7, 1872 .... [Washington, D. C.] Printed at the Congressional Globe .
Rivers & Derious' combination circus! and Bedouin Arab troupe for a short time only, on lot cor. of New York Avenue and 6th Street, commencing Thursday, September 29, 1864 ... [Washington, D. C.] M. Polkinhorn & Son's steam job press. .
[Arms] By His Excellency Benning Wentworth Esq; Captain General and Governor in Chief, in and over His Majesty’s Province of New-Hampshire in New-England. A proclamation. Whereas His Majesty has been graciously pleased to order a number of troop
[Arms] By His Excellency Benning Wentworth Esq; Captain-General and Governor in chief, in and over His Majesty’s Province of New-Hampshire in New-England. A proclamation, Whereas the General Assembly of this Province, upon due consideration of t
[Arms] By His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq; Captain-General and Governour in chief, in and over His Majesty’s Province of New-Hampshire, in New-England … Whereas I have, with the advice of His Majesty’s Council, issued out a proclamation fo
[Arms] By His Excellency Everett J. Lake. Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby designate Friday, the fifth of May, 1922 to be set apart as arbor and bird day ... Given under my hand ... this tenth day of April, in the year of our Lord, one thou
[Arms] By His Excellency Joseph Reed, Esq; President, and the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. A proclamation To all justices of the peace, sheriffs, constables and other civil officers, and to all officers of the m
[Arms] By His Excellency Marshall Jewell, Governor of the State of Connecticut, a proclamation. In grateful acknowledgment of the mercies of the year, I do hereby appoint Thursday, the twenty-eighth day of November next, as a day of public thank
[Arms] By His Excellency Sir William Howe K. B. General and Commander in Chief, &c. &c &c Proclamation [That punishment will be inflicted on anyone taking property unwarrantedly, offering it for sale or purchasing from soldiers] Given under my h
[Arms] By His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in Chief, &c. &c. &c. Proclamation [Requiring all persons who are or have been aiding the rebellion in Pennsylvania to take the oath of allegiance before the 25th day of Octo
[Arms] By His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in Chief, &c. &c. &c. Whereas a considerable quantity of naval stores is known to be in this City [requiring the enumeration and prohibiting the sale, under penalty of forfei
[Arms] By His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in Chief, &c. &c. proclamation [Modifying his proclamation of December 4th] Given under my hand at Headquarters, in Philadelphia, this eighteenth day of December, 1777. W How
[Arms] By His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in chief, &c. &c. &c. Proclamation. Whereas unrestrained liberty of landing or bringing into this Cityrum, brandy and other spirituous liquors, for sale, may be attended with
[Arms] By His Excellency William A. Buckingham, Governor of the State of Connecticut, a proclamation ... As "he has not dealt so with any nation," the citizens of this State are recommended to observe Thursday, the 26th day of November next, as
[Arms] By His Excellency the Governor. Whereas it hath been of absolute necessity, that a certain number of men should be impressed, for the service of their Majesties, in defence of this their Province, both at sea and land, against the common