An American Time Capsule: Three Centuries of Broadsides and Other Printed Ephemera
List of officers and members of the seventy-first legislature of New Jersey, their residences, and the joint and standing committees of both houses. Convened January 12, 1847.
List of officers for 1849. Troy, Kneeland and Co's steam press. .
List of officers, men, mechanics and employees in Fort Sumter, April 12, 1861.
List of pensioners continued by the Honorable the Executive for the year 1800 to be paid out of the revenue for that year [58 pensioners and allowances] Samuel Shepard, Auditor. Richmond, January 9, 1801.
List of pensioners continued by the Honorable the Executive, for the year 1795, to be paid out of the revenue to be collected for that year. [Richmond: Printed by Augustine Davis, 1796].
List of pensioners continued by the Honorable the Executive, for the year 1796. to be paid out of the revenue for that year [Fifty-one pensioners and allowances] Samuel Shepard, auditor. Auditor's office. February 1, 1797. [Richmond: Printed by
List of pensioners continued by the Honorable the Executive, for the year 1797, to be paid out of the revenue for that year. [Forty-two pensioners and allowances] Samuel Shepard, Auditor. Auditor's office, February 1, 1798. [Richmond: Printed by
List of pensioners continued by the Honorable the executive for the year 1793, to be paid out of the revenues to be collected for that year. [Richmond: Printed by Augustine Davis, 1794].
List of pensioners continued by the Honourable the Executive, for the year 1799. to be paid out of the revenue for that year. [ 27 pensioners and allowances] Samuel Shepard, Auditor. Auditor's-Office, 7th January, 1800. [Richmond 1800].
List of pensioners continued by the Honourable the executive for the year 1792, to be paid out of the revenue to be collected for that year. [Richmond: Printed by Augustine Davis, 1793].
List of pensioners for the year 1786. [Dated] January 30, 1787. Auditors office. [Richmond, 1787].
List of pensioners for the year 1787 [Dated] Auditor's office, 30th November, 1787. [Richmond, 1787].
List of pensioners for the year 1804. [23 pensioners and allowances] S. Shepard, Auditor. Auditor's Office, 17th Jan. 1805. [Richmond, 1805].
List of pensioners paid by the state of Virginia, for the year 1791. [Richmond: Printed by Augustine Davis, 1792].
List of pensioners, continued by the Honorable the Executive, for the year 1798, to be paid out of the revenue for that year. [41 pensioners and allowances] Samuel Shepard, Auditor. Auditor's Office, 5th, January, 1799. [Richmond, 1799].
A list of pensioners, continued by the Honorable the Executive, for the year 1802 - to be paid out of the Revenue for that year, [List of 33 pensioners and allowances] S. Shepard, Auditor. Auditor's office, 27th January, 1803. [Richmond, 1803].
List of pensioners, continued by the Honorable the executive, for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, to be paid out of the revenue to be collected for that year. [Richmond: Printed by Augustine Davis, 1795].
List of pensioners, continued by the Honourable the Executive, for the year 1801, to be paid out of the revenue for that year. [17 pensioners and allowances.] S. Shepard. Auditor's Office, 21st January, 1802 [Richmond, 1802].
A list of pensioners, provided for by Congress, for payment of whom on orders of Court are to be granted ... J. Pendleton. [n. d.].
A list of pensioners, to be paid by the State, for the year 1789 ... Auditor's office. January 1, 1790.
List of persons returned as members of the Legislative council [13 names] List of persons returned as members of the General Assembly. [37 names] [Probably before 1800].
A list of prices to be given to journeymen, agreed on by The Society of Master Taylors, of the City of New York, twenty-second January 1805, viz ... For and in behalf of the Society. Robt. Cocks, Chairman. J. Scofield, Sec'ry [New York, 1805].
A list of return on oath of the names of the householders in the Town of [blank] in the County of [blank] in the Colony of the Massachusetts-Bay; and of the number of the souls in each family, including, innmates and boarders … In the House of r
List of special collections, for 1864, of fruit and ornamental trees, roses, shrubs, vines, evergreens, pot and bedding plants, seeds, &c. [Boston, 1864].
A list of taxable property, within the district of Joseph A. Myers, Collector of the revenue in the City of Richmond, for the year 1815. [Richmond, 1815].
A list of the addresses to the late Gov. Hutchinson, Taken from the London Gazetteer, and New Daily advertiser, on Saturday, September 24th, 1774. To the printer of the Gazetteer. The 8th of June last, a most servile, fallacious and adulatory ad
A list of the members and officers of the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, with the places of their residence in the city of Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, 1796 or 7].
A list of the members and officers of the House of representatives. Prepared by John Wallis and Elijah Butler, doorkeepers. Containing the names; birth-places; ages; residences; post-offices; whether married, single, or widower, places of boardi
List of the members of the House of representatives--- 1854-'55.
A list of the names and places of abode of the members of the Senate and House of representatives of the United States: and their officers. [Philadelphia, 1795] [Positive Photostat.].
A list of the names of the provincials who were killed and wounded in the late engagement with His Majesty’s troops at Concord, &c. [Two columns of names] [Boston: Printed by Edes and Gill] Sold in Queen Street  [Facsimile reprint] Publish
A list of the names, and places of residence of the members of the Senate and House of representatives of the United States. [Philadelphia, Printed by John Fenno. 1797]. [Positive photostat.].
List of the names, and places of residence, of the members if the Senate and House of representatives of the United States. [Philadelphia, 1799]. [Positive photostat.].
A list of the names, and places of residence, of the members of the Senate and House of representatives of the United States. [Philadelphia, 1798] [Positive photostat.].
A list of the officers who have been appointed in Connecticut, pursuant to the acts of Congress, passed on the 9th and 14th days of August 1798. [s. l.]
A list of the principal places on the Erie canal, and their distance from each other. [and] A table showing the toll per barrel of flour; the toll per 100 lbs per mile; and the toll per 100 lbs. on merchandise, and all property paying 7 and 5 mi
List of voters in the third ward. June 1, 1840.
Lista de los ciudadanos que deberan componer los jurados de imprenta, formada por el ayunatamientó de esta capital. [List of 90 names in double columns] Fiscales c. Jose Rafael Benavides Id. c. Apolonio Mondragon. Santa Fè Agosto 14 de 1834. -Ju
Listen!!! "Gallant American women" Women in the making of America. Tuesday 2:00- 2:30 P. M. (EST)- N. B. C. Blue network ... National Broadcasting company 1939.
A literal translation of the Ephrata Christmas greeting [of 1769]; Math: I. 21. Ephrata, Pa., Restored Press of the Brotherhood of the Cloister, 1965.
Literary club. Ninth anniversary October 29th, 1858 ... Cincinnati Gazette Co. Print. .
Literary. A new and interesting publication entitled facts: containing three public communications delivered in the capitol at Washington City ... By James I. Wilmer ... Edes and Leakin printers. [Washington, D. C. n. d.].
Little Lizzie's letter. Philadelphia, April 17, 1863. My dear soldier: I send you a little Testament. I am a little girl seven years old ... Lizzie S ... New York American tract society, 150 Nassau Street 1863.
A little plain talk with John Bull by Train, Jr. Philadelphia. For sale at Trentwith's newspaper and periodical depot, No. 107 South Third Street, .
Little, Brown & Co., 37 Kilby Street, Boston. have just published, Elements of Chemical Physics by Josiah P. Cooke, Jr. [Prospectus] [Boston, n. d.].
The little-compton scourge: or, The anti-courant. Boston: Printed and sold by F. Franklin over against Mr. Sheaf’s school in Queen Street .
Lives and portraits. Joseph Delaplaine, Philadelphia, proposed to publish a national work, in perpetual commemoration of those illustrious men who have most distinguished themselves, by their virtues, talents, and public services: to be entitled
The living rosary, approved by Pope Gregory, XVI. January 27th 1832. Published with the approbation of the most Rev. Archbishop Spalding. Baltimore. Murphy and Co. printers. [c. 1865].
"All men free and equal." The XVth amendment proclaimed. Message to Congress. - Proclamation of the President ... New Haven, Conn. J. H. Benham & son, printers .
"All the world's a stage" Grand jubilee in commemoration of the birth-day of the immortal William Shakspeare, "The bard of Avon." being for the benefit of Andrew Jackson Allen the oldest native actor to take place at Tammany Hall on Monday eveni
Lloyd George on military panics. [Boston, World peace foundation, 1914?].
[An illumination designed and drawn by Mr. Sturgis as an example of the work he is prepared to do on order] Boston, Mass. 1938.
... Location of classes. [Washington, D. C., U. S. Government Printing Office, 1931].
Lodge No. 10. Brother. You are requested to meet your master and brethren at the Mason's Hall on Saturday evening at 6 o'clock. By the worshipful master's orders. A. Turner, Sec'ry. May 6th, A. L 5809. A. D. 1809.
The London Gazette: Published by authority. From Thursday February 5th to Monday February 9th 1684 … Printed by Thomas Newcomb in the Savoy 1684. And Reprinted at Boston in New-England by Samuel Green, 1685.
London June 15 1727 … Whereas it hath pleased almighty God to call to his mercy our late Sovereign Lord King George of blessed memory … Given at the court at Leicester House this fourteenth day of June … London Printed Reprinted and sold [By Sam
London, April 18, 1766. A list of the East-India Company's ships. [London, 1766].
London, Septemb. 27, Yesterday morning arrived three Holland mails, which bring the following advices ... London, Printed by J. Dawks, Re-printed at Boston in N. E. by B. Green & J. Allen, 1697.
Long Island farmer on laying the corner stone of Spinney's Sunday school ... Little Nick, L. L., August 1881.
Long Island farmer on seeing a beautiful quilt, made by Miss Ella Foster of Flushing ... Blood H. Cutter. Little Neck, L. I. Jan. 1885.
The Long Island farmer poet on the Columbus celebration from "Long Island News" Flushing, N. Y.) Little Neck, Oct. 1892. Bloodgood H. Cutter.
Long Tom's pilgrimage. [New Haven? Conn. n. d.].
The Longfellow centenary. Announcement of a commemorative medal. Cambridge, Mass., November 3, 1906.
Look before you leap! Opinion of the Attorney General of the United States in relation to the deeply interesting subject in which the people of this state are now engaged. No state in the Union has a right to form and adopt Constitution containi
Look here The Rev. Mr. Lorenzo Dow will preach this evening, half past 7 o'clock at the White church near the Capitol. May 30, 1832.
Look in the sky at the sound of the bell. Four hydroplanes and an aeroplane, weather permitting, are coming for the Liberty Bond parade, April 11th ... April 11th .
Look the children ... Henry C. Samuels. [Seattle, Washington 1939].
Look! A book that sells faster than printers and binders can produce it. Just published, The great novel, All on account of Eliza! price 50 cts. paper, and $1.00 cloth. The sensation of the day! The new novel, All on account of Eliza! [ a
Lord Camden's speech on the New-England fishery bill. Newport: Printed by S. Southwick .
Lord Cornwallis' surrender at Yorktown, Va., 1781. Composed and copyrighted by James Farrell, Mattapan, Mass. 1894.
The Lord's prayer. [n.p., n. d.].
The Lords protest on the treaty of peace, union and friendship, between Great-Britain, France and Spain; concluded at Seville on the 9th of November last … Boston Printed: and sold by B. Eliot, in Kingstreet, and T. Fleet, in Pudding-Lane 1730.
Loss of U. S. 7-30 treasury notes with coupons and U S. Coupon bonds. Taken from the First national bank of St. Albans, Vt., by raiders, on the 19th of October, 1864, the following 7-30 treasury notes and U. S. 5-20 bonds, together with all coup
The lost ambassadors. showing how they went forth and in what manner they returned. A ballad, after the model of Johnny Gilpin. By Anti-Secesh [psued] Boston, Nov. 25, 1861.
Lost and found: the romantic and thrilling story of an English youth kidnapped ... At Presbyterian Church Greenwich Sunday eve'g, Jan. 9, 1927 7.30 o'clock. Rev. Fred W. Mathews, pastor of the church, will tell his intimate story of his own brot
The lost cause. [Poem on the Confederate states] [n. p.n. d.].
Lost money!! Lost, on Monday last either in the City of Alton, or on the road leading to Springfield, via Carlinville, a sum of money, consisting principally of bills of the State Bank of Illinois, of the denominations of $20 and $
Lost! strayed from the house of the subscriber, on Sunday evening the 15th instant, a young setter dog! He has on a chain collar with the owners name thereon. The dog was about 4 months old; and was fawn coloured and white. A liberal reward will
Lost!! on Friday or Saturday last, a wallet, containing a number of papers; among which was a note against N. Buckmaster. Also notes against John Mullady, John Chivens, John B. Dyo, Wentworth, Sacket, and others ... Edwin M. Hopping. Alton, Feb.
Lottery draws on the 16th of June next. New York, March 18, 1824.
Lottery for promoting the sciences and useful arts ... Philadelphia 1st September 1820.
Lottery, for raising six thousand six hundred and sixty-seven dollars and fifty cents, by a deduction of fifteen per cent from the prizes and not two blanks to a prize, viz ... By order of the directors of the Society for establishing useful man
A lottery. 1 prize of 400 acres of land, being that part of my dwelling-plantation, which includes my dwelling-house ... Peregrine Fitzhugh [n. d.].
A loud call to the living!!! A short account of three men that were killed by lighting, at Suffield, May 20, viz. Samuel Remington, James Bagg, Jonathan Bagg [Cuts] [Three column of verse] [182-?].
The Louisiana purchase and one of its first explorers, Zebulon Montgomery Pike. Extension of remarks of Hon. Lawrence Lewis of Colorado in the House of representatives, Thursday, March 9, 1939. Address by the late Honorable Alva Adams of Pueblo
Louisiana purchase exposition. Louisiana day - September 14th, 1904. 1803. Proclamation of Governor Claiborne. 1904. Proclamation of Governor Blanchard. [n. p. 1904].
Louisville railroad & mail steamer timetable. [Cincinnati, O. c. 1872].
Low prices, their cause and effect by Joseph Sampson. June 1, 1895.
Low's almanack for 1782.
The loyal address of the clergy of Virginia. Williamsburgh: Printed for Fr. Maggott, at the Sign of the Hickery-Tree in Queen-Street 1702.
Loyal legion hymn ... Henry M. Rogers. Published by the commandery of the state of Massachusetts military order of the loyal legion of the United States. Boston, February 8, 1918.
A loyal voice from Louisiana. Speech of Hon. A. P. Dostie, delivered before the Union Association of New Orleans, Jan. 27, 1866.
Loyalty and patriotism. Monuments that mean something and monuments that don't. Governor Foraker's speech at the unveiling of the Steedman monument at Toledo, Ohio. May 26, 1887. [Toledo, 1887].
Lyceum lecture. The introductory lecture before the West Medford Library and Lyceum association will be given on Tuesday evening next, January 20th to commence at 7 o'clock, in the second story of the new school house by Rev. Charles Brooks, of
Lyon's copper lightning conductor! The subscriber. having secured the exclusive right for the sale of Lyon's Copper lightning conductor! The subscriber, having secured the exclusive right for the sale of Lyon's Copper lightning conductor, for th
A lyste of sacred hymns and tunes, and likewise wordly songs, certain of where sunge in ye yere of our Lord 1677, and wh pieces will be once more pleyed and sunge at a greate concerte, to be attended at Parson Beecher, Hys meeting-house, in ye t
MacDonough's victory; or, The heroes of Lake Champlain. Tune- "Sprig of Shelelagh." [5 stanzas of verse] .
Madison County Harrison convention to be held at Edwardsville, Monday, April 6 ... Alton. Printed at the "Telegraph" Office .
The Madisonian---Prospectus, 1840.
Maelzel's exhibition ... To commence with the celebrated automaton chess-player ... [Boston] W. W. Clapp, printer .