An American Time Capsule: Three Centuries of Broadsides and Other Printed Ephemera
Prospectus of a new literary institution in the city of Philadelphia, to be called the Jefferson classical institute. Philadelphia June 1829.
Prospectus of a weekly family newspaper, to be called the "Fireside companion," Devoted to literature, foreign and domestic news, the arts and science for the domestic circle, temperance, and morality in general. Washington City, D. C., Feb., 18
Prospectus of the "Archives of the Press." a royal folio volume, profusely illustrated. To be published for subscribers only in twelve mailable numbers ... Ben: Perley Poore ... Boston. J. S. Potter & Co. printers, 2 Spring Lane. [n. d.].
Prospectus of the 16th volumes of the New England historical & genealogical register for the year 1862.
Prospectus of the Alexandria advocate ... .
Prospectus of the Boston Standard ... .
... Prospectus of the New Genesee farmer, and gardener's journal ... Rochester, N. H. December 1, 1840.
Prospectus of the Philadelphia weekly union ... Philadelphia, 1860.
Prospectus of the University of South Carolina. 1866. Columbia, S. C. June 20, 1866.
Prospectus of the Washington Republican and Congressional examiner .... [Washington, 1822].
Prospectus of the true Georgian [letter to Governor Samuel Bard dated Atlanta Ga. May 12, 1870 from Thomas P. Saffold, Joshua Hill, A. Austell and others and his answer dated Atlanta Ga. May 25th, 1870].
Prospectus. Hartford 21st March, 1817.
Prospectus. The General Assembly of Maryland at their last session having granted, at the solicitation of the undersigned a charter upon the conditions the rein set forth, offering the most favorable terms for the purpose of life insurance ... Y
Prospectus. The following is a synopsis of a book published in Raleign, North Carolina, entitled, "A Ray of light" by Bryan Tyson ... [Washington, D. C. 1863.].
Prospectus. The national radical! A republican national campaign paper ... Washington, March 16, 1868.
Prosymna The Helladic settlement. preceding the argive heraeum. by Carl W. Blegen. With a chapter on the jewellery and ornaments ... Edition limited to 350 copies 1937. Published at $35.00. Our special price $18.50. G. E. Stechert
Protection -- Currency. If Congress after adjusting the tariff bill will add the following section, it can be removed from any further legislation until our manufactures are established on a firm basis, and a per centage reduction can be made on
... Protection and trusts. Protection and foreign markets. An important discussion by Henry W. Lamb ... The first in a series of articles issued by the New England free trade league. [1900?].
... Protection for infant industries outgrown. by Arthur Scott Gilman, of Cambridge, Mass. The fifteenth in a series of articles issued by the New England free trade league, 649 Tremont building, Boston, Mass. .
Protection largely a question of wages. Free trade ignores the welfare of the workingman Republican platform for 1880. Custom duties should be adjusted to promote the interests of American labor and advance the prosperity of the whole country. D
Protection. All officers, soldiers or followers of the army, are hereby strictly forbid to molest or injure inhabitant of County in the Province of family or property, as they will answer the same at their peril. Given at this day of 177 By orde
A protest against the ordinance of secession, passed by the Louisiana convention, on the 26th January, 1861, presented to the Convention on that day. by James G. Taliaferro, the Delegate from the Parish of Catahoula, who asked that it might be e
A protest entered into by nine patriotic members of the House of Lords, against the address of that House to the King, presented on the 3d of December 1774 ... New York: Printed by John Anderson, at Beekman's-Slip .
Protest of the House of Representatives against the memorial for the removal of Governor Lucas. Jan. 21. 1839. [Burlington, Iowa Territory].
A protest of the minority against the act organizing the court of appeals. The undersigned composing the minority of the Legislature who voted against the act "reorganizing the Court of Appeals." being about to separate .... [n. d.].
Protest of the minority against the act organizing the court of appeals. [Frankfort, Ky.? 1823].
Protest. The undersigned, members of the Senate of the State of South Carolina, impelled by the duty which they owe to their country, and themselves claim the right respectfully, bug earnestly, to set forth in the form of a protest, the grounds
Protests against the Cuban treaty ... New York, 1903.
Protocol. Protocol of a conference between the Honorable Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, Secretary of State of the United States, and His Excellency Francisco Barca, Envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary of His Majesty the King of Spain,
Providence Daily Tribune Extra. From the Post. Railroad reform. The fact that one of our sister states has been completely subjugated by a Railroad corporation, is a serious warning that it would be the extreme of folly in us to disregard .... [
Providence Episcopal church lottery No.  This ticket will entitle the possession to such prize as may be drawn against is number, if demanded within six months. By order of the General Assembly of the State of Rhode-Island. November, 1797]
The Providence Gazette and Country Journal Saturday, August 21, 1790. No. 30 of Vol. XXVII. Published by John Carter, at the Post-Office, near the State-House. .
Providence Hospital, under the charge of the Sisters of Charity, is now open for the reception and treatment of invalids, and persons suffering from the effects of accidents. It is located on Capitol Hill, opposite the Carroll mansion, in the hi
Providence, July 26, 1779. Sir By the annexed vote of the Town of Providence, you will perceive the anxious desire they possess of having the purposes therein expressed carried into execution. The absolute necessity of a common circulating mediu
Providence, October 20, 1815. Sir. The cotton manufacturers of this town and its vicinity have, at two several meetings, taken into consideration the present situation of the cotton manufacturing interest, and the difficulties arising from the c
Providence, October 25, 1781. Three o'clock P.M. This moment an express arrived at his honor the deputy-governor's from Col. Christopher Olney, Commandant on Rhode-Island, announcing the important intelligence of the surrender of Lord Cornwallis
Province of Massachusetts-Bay. The Honorable Harrison Gray, Esq; Treasurer and Receiver-general of His Majesty's said Province. To the select-men or assessors of the town or district of Greeting, &c ... Given under my hand and seal at Boston, th
Province of New Hampshire. By His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq; Captain General and Commander in Chief, in and over His Majesty's province of New-Hampshire in New England. A proclamation [For raising 350 men and for His Majesty's service an
Province of New-Hampshire, George Jaffrey, Esq; treasurer and receiver-general of His Majesty's revenues within His Majesty's Province of New Hampshire. To the in the County of in said Province Greeting. In pursuance of the act of the General As
Province of New-Hampshire. By His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq. Captain General, Governour and Commander in Chief, in and over His Majesty's Province of New-Hampshire aforesaid. To Whereas in order to put a stop to the growing insolence and
Province of New-Hampshire. By His Excellency John Wentworth, Esq. Captain-General Governor, and Commander in chief, in and over His Majesty's province aforesaid, and Vice-admiral of the same. A proclamation for a general fast ... do hereby ... a
Province of New-Hampshire. By His Excellency the Governor. I do hereby authorize and impower to beat his drums within any of the regiments of militia within this province, for inslisting volunteers to serve in a regiment now raising within this
Province of New-Hampshire. To the select-men of in the Province of New-Hampshire for the current year 1760. Pursuant to acts of the General Assembly of the Province of New Hampshire, for assessing, levying, and collecting the taxes granted to Hi
Province of New-Hampshire. To the selectmen of the [Town] of Gentlemen, As we were appointed by the late provincial convention, a committee to call another, whenever the exigency of public affairs might require it. The late intelligence of the a
Province of the Massachusetts Bay James Taylor. Gent. Treasurer and receiver general for Her Majesties said Province. To the selectmen or assessors of the town or district of [blank] Greetings, &c. … Given under my hand seal at Boston, the thirt
Province of the Massachusetts Bay, James Taylor, Gent. Treasurer and receiver general for Her Majesties said Province. To the selectmen, trustees or assessors of the town or district of [blank] Greeting … Given under my hand seal at Boston, the
Province of the Massachusetts Bay. Jeremiah Allen, Esq; Treasurer and receiver general for His Majesties said Province. To [blank] constable or collector of the Town of [blank] Greetings, &c. … Given under my hand & seal at Boston, the fifth day
Province of the Massachusetts Bay. Know all men by these presents, that we [blank] are holden and stand firmly bound and obligated unto [blank] … Dated the [blank] day of [blank] Anno Domini, 17 … [n. p. 1717].
Province of the Massachusetts Bay. To the constables of any or either of them, Greetings. You are required in his Majesty's name, forthwith to assembly the freeholders, and other inhabitants of your town unto them, that they are alike required t
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay, By the Honourable [blank] Judge of the Probate of wills, &c. for and within the County of [blank] in the Province aforesaid. To [blank] of [blank] in the County and Province aforesaid, [blank] Greeting. [Appoin
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. At a session of the great and general Court, held at Boston, October 14, 1713. Resolved that it is for Her Majesties service there be some townships regularly planted and setled in the most defensive manner, in
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. By His Excellency the Governor, To [blank] I do hereby authorize and impower you to beat your drums any where within this Province, for inlisting able-bodied effective persons (and none other) for His Majesty’s
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. By His Excellency the Governor. I do hereby authorize and impower [blank] to beat his drums any where within this Province, for inlisting voluntiers for His Majesty’s service, in a regiment of foot … Given unde
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. By His Excellency the Governour, To [blank] Esq; Colonel of a regiment in the County of [blank] Having received certain intelligence, that a very large body of the French and Indian enemy have made themselves m
*Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. By His Excellency the governour, A brief. Having lately received from the Honourable William Bull, Esq; His Majesty’s lieutenant-Governor and commander in chief of the Province of South Carolina, a particular
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. By the honorable, the Lieutenant council & assembly: convened at Boston, upon Wednesday the 27th of May 1696, in the eighth year of His Majesties reign. for better encouragement to prosecute the French and Indi
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. Harrison Gray, Esq; Treasurer and receiver-general of His Majesty’s said Province, to the select-men or assessors of the town or district of [blank] Greeting, &c. … Given under my hand and seal at Boston, the s
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. Harrison Gray, Esq; treasurer and receiver-general for His Majesty’s said Province. To [blank] constable or collector of [blank] Greeting, &c. … Given under my hand and seal at Boston, the third day of December
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. Harrison Gray, Esq; treasurer and receiver-general of His Majesty’s said province. To the selectmen or assessors of the town or district of [blank] Greetings, &c. … Given under my hand and seal at Boston, the s
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. In the House of representatives. February 26, 1756 Voted that the following establishment of wages be made for the officers and soldiers going in the intended expedition to crown-point. Boston, February 26, 175
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. The Honorable Harrison Gray, Esq; treasurer and receiver-general for His Majesty’s said province To [blank] constable or collector of [blank] Greeting, &c. … Given under my hand and seal at Boston, the fourth d
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. To the Proprietors of a tract of land lying in the Counties of Cumberland and Lincoln, known by the name of Pejepscott purchase, including the townships of Brunswick and Topsham, and lands adjacent. Whereas the
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. William Foye, Esq. Treasurer and receiver general of His Majesty’s said Province to [blank] constable or collector of the town of [blank] Greeting, &c. … Given under my hand and seal at Boston, the twelfth day
*Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. William Foye, Esq; Treasurer & receiver-general of His Majesty’s said province. To constable or collector of the town of [blank] greeting &c … Given under my hand and seal at Boston, the tenth day of November
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. William Foye, Esq; Treasurer and receiver-general of his Majesty’s said Province, To the selectmen or assessors of the town of district of [blank] Greeting, &c. … Given under my hand and seal at Boston, the twe
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. William Foye, Esq; treasurer & receiver-general for His Majesty’s said province. To [blank] constable and collector of the town of Greeting, &c. … given under my hand and seal at Boston, the first day of Novemb
The Provincial Congress at their meeting having unanimously chosen the following worthy gentlemen, to represent this colony at the general Congress, to be held at Philadelphia, on the 10th of May next ... The friends to liberty, in testimony of
Provincial papers. A. S. Batchellor makes suggestions for their treatment. To make them immediately valuable they should be indexed, and some missing parts should be transcribed from other sources ... A. S. Batchellor. Editor of state papers. [1
Provision return for a company of Virginia militia in the service of the United States, commanded by captain for days from the to the 181 both days inclusive. [181-].
Provost Marshal's office, First Congressional district, State of Massachusetts. New Bedford, July 13, 1863. The Board of enrollment hereby announces that between the hours of two and four P. M., daily, up to the day when the drafted men are orde
Pt. Hudson News. Extra. Port Hudson, La. January 2d, 1861.
Public debt of the United States. 1870, 1880, 1890 and 1902. [Washington, D. C. 1903].
A public letter from Hon. B. Gratz Brown to the people of Missouri. Washington City, December 13, 1866. Printed at the Congressional Globe office.
A public letter from Hon. D. Gratz Brown to the people of Missouri. [Dated] December 13, 1866. [Washington, D. C.] Printed at the Congressional globe office. .
Public meeting A general meeting of the friends of Harrison & reform. in the City of Alton will be held at the Old Court room, Riley's building on this evening, the ninth inst, at seven o'clock, to make arrangements for the approaching conventio
Public meeting of men engaged in the coal and iron trade. At a meeting of the citizens of Schuylkill County, interested in the iron and coal trade, held at the Pennsylvania Hall on Monday evening, the 31st of January ... [n. d.].
Public meeting of men engaged in the coal and iron trade. [n. p., 1842?].
Public meeting of the friends of Henry Clay. The standing committee of "The association of mechanics and other working men of the City of Washington," having consulted a Committee on the part of the citizens generally, who are friendly to the el
Public meeting. A public meeting of the citizens of Alton, will be held at the City hall, on Monday next, at ten o'clock, A. M. to hear the report of the committee of gentlemen appointed to confer with the citizens of Springfield, and the state
Public meeting. At a large meeting of the citizens of the city of Santa Fe' convened in the Council Chamber on the evening of February 21st, 1864 the following proceedings were held. [Santa Fe. 1864].
Public meeting. At a meeting of the Jackson Democratic citizens of Iowa County, at the town of Mineral Point, on Saturday, the 22nd of August, 1835, Col. James H. Gentry was called to the chair ... .
Public meeting. G. B. Arnold, an independent democratic candidate for the state Senate, from this County, will address the Citizens of [blank] at [blank] o'clock. A general attendance is requested [Ill., 1840?].
Public meeting. Parties spring from the wants of the times; and the present circumstances of the country demand a new political organization in this State, whose leading objects will be, to save the Constitution from palpable perversions which j
Public meeting. The Whigs of Alton precinct are requested to meet on Saturday Evening next, at 7 o'clock, in the Old Court Room, (Riley's Building,) for the purpose of choosing delegates to represent said precinct in the County convention to be
Public meeting. The citizens of New-Haven, who disapprove of the removal of the public deposites from the Bank of the United States, and who believe a National Bank essential to a sound currency, are requested to meet at the City Hall, on Thursd
Public notice no. 742. Important to pre-emption settlers. Department of the Interior, General Land Office, July 30, 1870. The following is an act approved July 14, 1870, to extend the provisions of the pre-emption laws to the Territory of Colora
Public notice! Public notice is hereby given that the draft for the 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th sub-districts, towns of Guilford, Lincklaen, McDonough and New Berlin, will take place at the Court-House, in Norwich, on Friday, August 28th, at 10 A.
Public plunder. Fellow citizens. We could not, without the strongest cause, nor without the best proof, charge any of our public officers with corrupt and improper conduct ... But when immense sums of public money, without law or authority, are
Public printing. The following letter has been printed, after being addressed to the gentleman named in it, because it is the only means of justification left me against great misrepresentation in Congress and out of it. [Letter of A. Boyd Hamil
Public sale of household & kitchen furniture. There will be exposed to public sale on Tuesday the 24th day of August next, at the late residence of Rev. Dr. Breckindidge, in the borough of Canonsburg, a large and splendid assortment of household
Public sale of land & personal property. ... John S. Bogan. Montgomery Co. Md. Sept. 5th 1846.
Public sale of superior old wines ... Jas. C. McGuire, Auctioneer. Washington City, D. C. .
Public sale. On the day of at Warmick Furnace, East-Nantmill township, Chester county, will be sold by public vendue: cord wood, horses, cows, waggons, farming utensils, flasks, patterns, furnace tools, and household & kitchen furniture. Terms w
The public schools and John W. Maury ... [Signed] Justice. [Washington] June 3, 1852,.
The public treasury between the 1st day of January and 30th day of September, 1814, inclusive. [Richmond, 1814].
Public vendue. The undersigned, administratrix of the estate of Edward Fisher deceased, will sell, at public vendue, on Saturday, April 22d, the personal property of said estate ... Catherine M. Fisher, Administratrix of Edw'd Fisher, deceased.
Publications of the Academy of natural sciences of Philadelphia ... [Philadelphia] February 1858.
Published and circulate this letter. To the President of the United States. Unhappy man! And is this to be the end of the disagraceful administration with which, for our sins, you have been permitted to curse this long suffering people? ... Afte
Pursuant to the notice heretofore given, a convention of the friends of "Protection to American labor" was held on Thursday, March 17th, at Taunton ... The convention then adjourned to meet at Taunton on the fourteenth of April next. [n. p. n. d
Pursuant to the order of the House of representatives of the 18th of January, 1791, directing the Secretary of the Treasury to report his opinion wether any and what farther compensation ought to be made to the respective officers employed in th