An American Time Capsule: Three Centuries of Broadsides and Other Printed Ephemera
Banking and the currency. Letter from James Gallatin, Esq., to the bank committe. New York, April 7, 1864.
Banner gas burner!! Consumes all the gases! Ventilates the room. Keeps fire through the entire season without rekindling ... For sale by Thomas A. Westscott, 16, 17, 18 & 19 Marshall, corner of Union Streets, Boston .
Banquet at the Metropolitan Opera House April 30th 1889, given in honor of the centennial of the inauguration of George Washington as President of the United States [program, seating plan, and ticket].
The barkeeper's appeal ... July 1st, 1869.
The Baron bold. A new song [New York 1819].
The Bartlett sewing machine co's new patent sewing machines ... New York [c. 1866].
Baseball's most devoted fan Dr. James Penniman, of Philadelphia, has two hobbies - to collect and give away libraries and to watch ball games ... By Harry Robert. Reprinted from the Baseball magazine of December, 1929 ... Norwich, Conn. Bulletin
Battle hymn of the Republic / by Mrs. Julia Ward Howe. [Philadelphia] : Published by the Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments, [1863?]
The battle of Plattsburg. Tune… Banks of the Dee. Together with the Siege of Plattsburg, sung in the character of a black sailor-- Tune, --"Boyn-Tater." Boston. Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly No. 16 Milk Street 
The battle of Plattsburg. [Boston:] Nathaniel Coverly. Jun. .
Battle of Winchester. In memory of our comrades who fell in the Battle of Winchester, June 15, 1863. By Capt. Edson Gerry, Company I, 12th Penna. Vol. Cavalry. Arranged by A. Anderson. Tune.-California Brothers.
Battle of the Kegs. [July 1778].
Battle of the Potomac. with the Malays. Written by one of the crew .
The battle of the banks with the people; or Sargents plan for crying down the old banks, and establishing the new bank. [Charleston S. C.] From Sargent's Press, 246 E. Bay St. .
The battle of the kegs. [n. d.].
The battle rages more fiercely than ever! 15,000 wounded in Fredericksburg alone, and many thousands yet lying upon the field! They are suffering! They are dying! The Chapel at the Corner of Eighteenth and Spring Garden Streets, will be open eve
Battles of the 8th regiment New Hampshire infantry. [1865?].
Bayard's letter, &c … Wilmington, May 30, 1834.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, that at every session of the Congress of the United States ... every member of each branch shall be entitled to receive at the rate
Be it known that is proprietor of share in the Washington library company in perpetuity transferable and inheritable; ----- subject to an annual payment not exceeding three dollars. Washington City. .
Be it remembered, that Messrs. Samuel Fowler and Christopher Champlen of Newport, merchants [An insurance agreement to the sum of 800 pounds in merchandise on board the Brigantine Don Galvez, dated Boston January 29, 1784].
Be sure to read this notice. Special attention is called to the fact that the doors of Convention Hall ... will be opened at 7 o'clock on the evening of the address, and will be closed at 8:15. The closing of the doors at 8:15 is necessary in or
The beautiful Potomac by Thomas Joseph Conlon. Washington, D. C. Conlon press 1929].
Beckwith's addition! to Woonsocket. Is in the market. An innovation in prices of town lots. 50ft lots, quarter blocks, half blocks and acre property, for sale at prices within the reach of all Terms of payment easy ... F. C. Buten. [Woonsocket,
Behold! The President of the United States is expected in the 11 o'clock train of cars to-day. The Procession of Democratic citizens will meet in front of the President's Square at 8 o'clock this morning, preparatory to moving towards the railro
Being compelled to vacate our store, early in August ... we have marked down our entire stock from 20 to 50 per cent ... The new building will be occupied by us as soon as completed, probably early in October next. W. M. Shute & Son. 173 & 175 W
Bell Tavern Assembly. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins and Mr. Decker beg leave to the ladies and gentlemen of Richmond and its vicinity, that (by desire) on Saturday evening July 23d, An Evening's Brush; to rub off the ruest of old care. In two acts ... Ri
Benjamin Fletcher Captain General and Governour in Chief of the province of New-York, province of Pennsilvania, and Country of New-Castle, and the territories and tracts of land depending thereon in America. To all officers and ministers ecclesi
Benjamin Fletcher, Capiteyn Generael, en opper-Governeur van de Provintie van Nieuw-Yorke, de Provintie van Pennsylvania, en't landtschap van Nieuw-Casteel, ende Terratorien en landeryen, daer toe behoren de in America. Aen alle officieren, ende
Benjamin Fletcher, Captain General and Governour in chief of the Province of New-York, Province of Pennsilvania, County of New-Castle, and the territories and tracts of land depending thereon, in America. To all officers and ministers, ecclesias
Benjamin H. Bristow. His life and public services. Boston .
Benjamin Tanner's proposals for engraving and publishing by subscription a new national print, representing Commodore M'Donough's Victory on Lake Champlain ... Subscriptions received by the Publisher, No. 74, South Eighth Street, Philadelphia; a
Benjamin Taylor, or Federalism revived!! ... Hickry Stick. July 20th, 1818.
Best & cheapest book on the management of horses, mules, &c. By Denton Offutt. Mr. Denton Offut, will instruct persons in his peculiar method of gentling horses, mules, &c .... Washington, D. C. Wm. Greer, printer, corner of E and 10th streets 1
The best cooking stove in the world! The Conquest ... For sale by H. I. Gregory. Washington, D. C. [n. p. n. d.].
A better creed than the last. I believe a certain believer in politics who by the bye, I believe to be a lawyer, and every person who believes as he does, to be a very bad members of society, and that they ought to be despised by every good Chri
Better government. Published by The Arlington County Civic federation ... Voters! Attention! Tuesday is the day; don't fail to vote. Vote in the morning; before polls close at 5:04 p.m. Saturday, November 1, 1930.
Beware of rats! The following is a list of rats working at J. C. McGuire's bindery: Dandy rat---- W. P. Venerable: Sucking do---- Robert Foster: One-eyed do.--- T. L. Lamb: King do.---- Bob Connell. They can be seen at the rat trap in Cox's alle
Beware of the following counterfeits. Latest official report. Corrected from list furnished by the comptroller of the currency, Issued quarterly by Geo. Hoag & Co. New York. Press of Bromell & Nottage. New York. December 1877. New York. Press of
Beware of the following counterfeits. Latest official report. Issued quarterly by Geo. Hoag & Co. New York 1876.
Beware of the following counterfeits. latest official list. Issued quarterly by J. S. Daggett & Co. New York 1876.
Bey einer Versammlung von der Committee von Correspondence und observation von Lancaster Caunty, in dem House des Matthias Slouth, Esq. in Lancaster Borough, den 11ten July, 1775 ... [Lancaster, Pa. 1775?].
Bey einer versammlung einer anzahl Philadelphischer Bürger, gehalten auf dem Saal der Philosophischen Gesellscaft, den 8ten November, 1776 unter vorsitz Herrn Peter Chevalier. Wurde einmüthig brschlossen. Dass folgende Verhaltungs Vorschriften a
The bible for "total abstinence." By Gerrit Smith. Peterboro, May 14, 1874.
Bible view of polygamy. To the Right Reverend John Henry Hopkins. Bishop of the Diocese of Vermont. Right Reverend Sir: I venture to dedicate to you these few pages which derive their inspiration from your writings ... [Signed] Your humble admir
Bibliography of the Salt House Press. Baltimore, Maryland. [n. d.].
Bibliography of the Salt House Press. Baltimore. Maryland. [n. d.].
Bicentennial celebration. 1686 1886. View and condensed history of The City of Albany. [Albany. 1886].
A bill "To amend the act, entitled, 'An act, to reduce into one act, the several acts and parts of acts for establishing a penitentiary house, and for the punishment of crimes, passed March the sixth, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen." (P
Bill No. 5. Substitute offered by Mr. Rives of Albermarle, for the bill, entitled "A bill to authorize the Orange and Alexandria railroad company to extend their road to Lynchburg." [n. d.].
Bill Smith says: [A letter from the Mallory commission company, Union stock yards, Chicago, February 12th, 1904].
A bill abolishing the superior Courts of Chancery and establishing superior Circuit courts of chancery. [n. d.].
A bill authorizing the president of the United States to lay, regulate, and revoke embagoes. [1794?].
A bill concerning executions, and for other purposes ... .
A bill concerning slaves, free negroes and mulattoes. Presented January 25th, 1821 [Richmond, 1821].
A bill concerning the high court of chancery .
A bill concerning the navigation and trade of the United States. [New York] Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine .
A bill concerning the sureties of John Preston. [Richmond, 1822].
A bill directing the mode in which the evidences of the debt of the United States, which have been or may be lost or destroyed, shall be renewed. .
A bill establishing a salt manufactory on the eastern frontier of this commonwealth. [Richmond 1814].
A bill establishing a salt manufactory on the eastern frontier of this commonwealth. [n. d.].
A bill for an apportionment of representatives among the several states, according to the first enumeration; and making provision for another enumeration, and an apportionment of representatives thereon, to compose, the House of representatives
A bill for registering and clearing vessels and regulating the coasting trade, and for other purposes ... New York: Printed by Thomas Greenleaf .
A bill for registering and clearing vessels, and regulating the coasting trade. New York, printed by Thomas Greenleaf .
A bill for the government and regualtion of seamen in the merchants service ... [New York] Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine .
A bill for the relief of sick and infirm militia soldiers, discharged or on furlough, on their return to their respective places of residence. [Richmond, 1814].
A bill laying duties upon carriages for the conveyance of persons .
A bill making appropriations for the support of government. [New York: Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine .
A bill making further provision for securing and collecting the duties on foreign and domestic distilled spirits, stills, wines and teas ... [Philadelphia] Printed by Childs and Swaine [1794?].
A bill making provision for the debt of the United States. [New York] Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine. .
A bill more efectually to provide for the national defense, by establishing a uniform militia throughout the United States. [Philadelphia] Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine .
Bill of fare Mrs. S. L. Skilton's eating house. No. 6. Lindall Street Boston. .
Bill of morality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1807. By Lyman Spalding, M. D. [Portsmouth 1808].
Bill of mortality for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1801 by Lyman Spalding, M. B. &c. [Portsmouth, 1802].
Bill of mortality for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1804. by Lyman Spalding, M. D. [Portsmouth, 1805].
Bill of mortality for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1805. By Lyman Spalding, M. D. [Portsmouth, 1806].
Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth Newhampshire, for A. D. 1808. by Lyman Spalding. M. D. [Portsmouth 1809].
Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1802 by Lyman Spalding.
Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1803 by Lyman Spalding, M. B. &c. [Portsmouth, 1804].
Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1811 By Lyman Spalding, M. D. [Portsmouth 1812].
A bill of rights as provided in the ten original amendments to the constitution of the United States in force December 15, 1791. [n. p. 1942?].
A bill of rights as provided in the ten original amendments to the constitution of the United States in force December 15, 1791. [n. p. 195-].
Bill of rights. A declaration of rights made by the representatives of the good people of Virginia, assembled in full and free convention; which rights do pertain to them, and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government. Unanimous
A bill prohibiting for a limited time, the exportation of arms and ammunition ... [Philadelphia] Printed by John Fenno .
A bill providing for the sale of land in the Territory of the United States north-west of the River Ohio. [1792?].
A bill to admit California into the Union of the United States of North America. .
A bill to alter and amend the act, intituled, "An act laying certain duties upon snuff and refined sugar." [1795?].
A bill to amend "An act for reducing into one act the several acts concerning the Court of Appeals and Special Court of Appeals." [Richmond, 1831].
A bill to amend an act entitled an Act for equalizing the land tax. [n. d.].
A bill to amend the act entitled "An act to extend the jurisdiction of Justices of the peace." [n. d.].
A bill to amend the act entitled, " an act to reduce into one, all acts and parts of acts relating to the appointment and duties of sheriffs. Presented January 11th, 1821. [Richmond, 1821].
A bill to amend the act, entitled "An act to amend the penal laws of this Commonwealth." [Richmond, 1814].
A bill to amend the act, entitled, "An act to amend the act for clearing and improving the navigation of James River, and for uniting the Eastern and Western waters, by the James and Kanawha rivers." Presented January 25th, 1821. [Richmond, 1821
A bill to amend the act, entitled, "an act to reduce into one act, the several acts against usury, and for other purposes." Read 1st and 2d times, January 31st, 1821. [Richmond, 1821].
A bill to amend the several acts concerning the repairing and distribution of public arms [Richmond, 1814].
A bill to ascertain how far the owners of ships and vessels shall be answerable to the freighters. .
A bill to authorise the raising of regular troops for the defence of this State. [Richmond, 1815].
... A bill to authorize the appointment of a surveyor for the Virginia military district within the state of Ohio. December 9, 1828.
A bill to be entitled an act to provide for the public safety. [s. l.]
A bill to enable the Courts of Common law to give relief in certain cases. [n. d.].