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An American Time Capsule: Three Centuries of Broadsides and Other Printed Ephemera

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[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Luzon B. Morris, Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby appoint Thursday, the 29th day of November, A. D. 1894, as a day of public thanksgiving ... Given under my hand ... this sixteenth day of Nove

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Luzon B. Morris, Governor. A proclamation. I hereby appoint Friday the thirty-first day of March as a day of fasting and prayer ... Given under my hand ... this seventeenth day of March, in the year

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Luzon B. Morris, Governor. A proclamation. I hereby appoint Friday, the twenty-third day of March as a day of fasting and prayer ... Given under my hand ... this thirteenth day of March, in the year

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Luzon B. Morris, Governor. A proclamation. Pursuant to the provisions of the statutes, I hereby designate Friday, May 4th, as Arbor day ... Given under my hand ... this nineteenth day of April, in t

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Marcus H. Holcomb Governor A proclamation ... I designate Friday the seventh day of May next, as arbor and bird day ... Given under my hand ... this fifth day of April, in the year of our Lord, one

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Marcus H. Holcomb Governor A proclamation ... I designate Friday, October twenty-fifth fire prevention day ... Given under my hand ... this twenty-sixth day of September, in the year of our Lord one

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Marcus H. Holcomb Governor A proclamation ... I designate Thursday, November the twenty-fifth, as our yearly day of Thanksgiving ... Given under my hand ... this eleventh day of November, in the yea

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Marcus H. Holcomb Governor A proclamation ... The subject is so important that the General Assembly has directed that the Governor, annually designate a day as fire prevention day ... I designate Tu

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Marcus H. Holcomb Governor a proclamation ... I hereby designate Monday, the fourteenth day of June next as flag day ... Given under my hand ... this nineteenth day of May, in the year of our Lord,

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Morgan G. Bulkeley, Governor of the State of Connecticut. A proclamation. I hereby appoint Thursday, the 24th day of November, a day of public thanksgiving ... Given under my hand ... this sixteenth

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Morgan G. Bulkeley, Governor of the State of Connecticut. A proclamation. I hereby designate and appoint Thursday, the twenty-sixth of November, as a day of thanksgiving and praise ... Given under m

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Morgan G. Bulkeley, Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby appoint Friday, the fourth day of April next, a day of fasting and prayer ... Given under my hand and the seal of the State ... this fifteen

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Morgan G. Bulkeley, Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby appoint Friday, the nineteenth day of April next, as a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer ... Given under my hand and the seal of the St

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Morgan G. Bulkeley, Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby appoint Thursday, the twenty-eighth instant a day of public thanksgiving and praise ... Given under my hand ... this eleventh day of Novembe

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Morgan G. Bulkeley, Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby designate Friday, the second day of May next, as Arbor Day ... Given under my hand ... this twelfth day of April, in the year of our Lord, o

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Morgan G. Bulkeley, Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby designate and set apart Friday, the twenty-sixth day of April, as Arbor day ... Given under my hand ... this fourth day of April, in the yea

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Morgan G. Bulkeley, Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby designate and set apart Thursday, the twenty-seventh instant, as a day of public thanksgiving and praise ... Given under my hand ... this fi

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Morgan G. Bulkeley, Governor. A proclamation. In accordance with custom, I hereby appoint Friday, the fifteenth day of April next, as a day of fasting and prayer ... Given under my hand ... this twe

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Morgan G. Bulkeley. Governor. A proclamation. Pursuant to the statutes of the State, I hereby designate Friday, the first day of May next, as Arbor Day ... Given under my hand and the seal of the St

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency O. Vincent Coffin Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby designate Friday, the third day of May, as Arbor day ... Given under my hand ... this seventeenth day of April, in the year of our Lord, one t

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency O. Vincent Coffin Governor. A proclamation. Following an appropriate and honored custom, I hereby appoint Friday, the twelfth day of April, as a day of fasting and prayer ... Given under my hand and

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Phineas C. Lounsbury, Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby appoint Friday, the eighth day of April, as a day of fasting and prayer ... Given under my hand and seal of the State ... this twenty-thir

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Phineas C. Lounsbury, Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby appoint Friday, the thirtieth of March, as a day of fasting and prayer ... Given under my hand ...this sixteenth day of March, in the year

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Phineas C. Lounsbury, Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby appoint Thursday the twenty-fourth of November, as a day of thanksgiving and prayer ... Given under my hand ... this eighth day of Novembe

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Phineas C. Lounsbury, Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby appoint Thursday, the twenty-ninth of November, as a day of public thanksgiving and prayer ... Given under my hand ... this twentieth day

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Phineas C. Lounsbury, Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby designate Friday, the twenty-ninth of April, to be observed throughout the Commonwealth as Arbor day ... Given under my hand ... this fift

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Rollin S. Woodruff Governor a proclamation ... I hereby appoint Thursday, the twenty-eighth of November, as a day of thanksgiving ... Given under my hand ... this ninth day of November in the year o

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Rollin S. Woodruff Governor, A proclamation ... I hereby appoint Thursday, the twenty-sixth day of November as a day of thanksgiving ... Given under my hand ... this twelfth day of November, in the

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Simeon E. Baldwin Governor a proclamation ... I, therefore, pursuant to the statutes of this State, hereby designate Tuesday, the eleventh day of April next, as arbor and bird day ... Given under my

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Simeon E. Baldwin Governor. A proclamation ... I appoint Friday, the fifth day of April next, as a day of fasting and prayer ... Given under my hand ... this fourteenth day of March, in the year of

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Simeon E. Baldwin Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby designate Friday, the fourteenth day of June next as flag day ... Given under my hand this seventeenth day of May, in the year of our Lord, on

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Simeon E. Baldwin. Governor. A proclamation ... I appoint Friday, the fourteenth day of April next, as a day of fasting and prayer ... Given under my hand ... this twenty-third day of March, in the

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Simeon E. Baldwin. Governor. A proclamation ... I appoint Thursday, the twenty-eighth day of November, as a day of praise and thanksgiving ... Given under my hand ... this ninth day of November, in

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Simeon E. Baldwin. Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby designate Thursday, the fourth day of April next, to be observed as arbor and bird day ... Given under my hand ... this ninth day of March, i

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Simeon E. Baldwin. Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby designate Wednesday, the fourteenth day of June next as flag day ... Given under my hand ... this twenty-third day of May, in the year of our

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Thomas M. Waller, Governor. A thanksgiving proclamation. In furtherance of the custom of their New England forefathers, the people of this Commonwealth are invited, on Thursday, the twenty-seventh d

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Thomas M. Waller. Governor. A proclamation ... I designate and set apart Friday the twenty-third day of this month of March, as a day of fasting, humiliation, and prayer. Given under my hand ... thi

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Wilbur L. Cross Governor A proclamation ... I appoint Thursday, the twenty-fourth day of November, as a day of public thanksgiving ... Given under my hand ... this fifth day of November, in the year

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Wilbur L. Cross Governor A proclamation ... I designate Friday, the third day of April next, as a day of fasting and prayer ...Given under my hand ... this nineteenth day of March, in the year of ou

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Wilbur L. Cross Governor A proclamation ... I hereby designate Thursday, October 11th, 1934 as Pulaski day ... Given under my hand ... this nineteenth day of September, in the year of our Lord one t

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Wilbur L. Cross Governor A proclamation ... I hereby designate Tuesday June 20th, next as a date for the election of delegates to a convention ... for the sole purpose of ratifying or rejecting a pr

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Wilbur L. Cross Governor A proclamation ... I, therefore, designate Friday, May first, as arbor and bird day ... Given under my hand ... this twenty-eighth day of March, in the year of our Lord one

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Wilbur L. Cross Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby proclaim that on and after the tenth day of May, 1933, all the provisions of part 1 of said act and regulations ... relating to the manufacture

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Wilbur L. Cross, Governor: A proclamation ... I hereby designate Friday, October the 8th, next as fire prevention day ... Given under my hand and the seal of the State at the Capitol, in Hartford, t

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Wilbur L. Cross, Governor: A proclamation ... I hereby designate Monday, October 11th, next as Pulaski day ... Given under my hand and the seal of the State at the Capitol, in Hartford, this twenty-

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Wilbur L. Cross, Governor: A proclamation ... I therefore appoint Thursday, the 28th of November, as a day of public thanksgiving ... Given under my hand ... this fifteenth day of November, in the y

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Wilbur L. Cross. Governor A proclamation ... I hereby designate Friday, October 9th, next fire prevention day ... Given under my hand ... this tenth day of September, in the year of our Lord one tho

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Wilbur L. Cross. Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby designate Sunday, February 15th as Maine memorial day ... Given under my hand ... this twenty-third day of January, in the year of our Lord one

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Wilbur L. Cross. Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby designate Sunday, the fourteenth day of June next, as flag day ... Given under my hand ... this twenty-sixth day of May, in the year of our Lor

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency, Thomas M. Waller, Governor. A proclamation. The people of this Commonwealth are invited to abstain ... on Friday, the eleventh day of April next, from all servile labor and vain recreation and sole

[Arms] State of Connecticut. Charles B. Andrews, Governor and Commander-in-Chief. By His Excellency the Governor, A proclamation. I appoint Friday, the 11th day of April next, to be a day of public fasting, humiliation, and prayer ... Given unde

[Arms] State of Connecticut. Hobart B. Bigelow, Governor and Commander-in-chief. By His Excellency the Governor, a proclamation. In accordance with the ancient and venerable usage of this Commonwealth, I do hereby appoint Friday, the fifteenth d

[Arms] State of Connecticut. Hobart B. Bigelow. Governor and Commander-in-Chief. By His Excellency the Governor, A proclamation. In accordance therefore with ancient usage, I hereby appoint Thursday, the thirtieth day of November, next, a day of

[Arms] State of Connecticut. Proclamation by the Governor ... I hereby designate and appoint Thursday, November the twenty-sixth, as a day of thanksgiving ... Given under my hand ... this twelfth day of November, in the year of our Lord, one tho

[Arms] State of Connecticut. Rollin S. Woodruff Governor a proclamation ... I hereby appoint Friday, May the first, as arbor and bird day ... Given under my hand ... this tenth day of April, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and

[Arms] State of Connecticut. Rollin S. Woodruff Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby appoint Friday, May the third, one thousand nine hundred and seven as arbor and bird day ... Given under my hand ... this twelfth day of April, in the year of

[Arms] State of Connecticut. Rollin S. Woodruff Governor. A proclamation ... I hereby appoint the twenty-ninth day of March as a day of devotion, of fasting and prayer ... Given under my hand ... this fourteenth day of March, in the year of our

[Arms] State of Connecticut. Rollin S. Woodruff. Governor a proclamation ... I hereby appoint the seventeenth day of April as a day of devotion, of fasting and prayer ... Given under my hand ... this second day of April, in the year of our Lord,

[Arms] The speech of the statute of the Right Hon. William Pitt, Earl of Chatham to the virtueous and patriotic citizens of New York. Gentlemen. After a tedious passage over the Atlantic, I am at last arrived in this land of liberty ... [New Yor

[Arms] by the Honourable Cadwallader Colden, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant Governor, and Commander in chief of the Province of New York, and the territories depending theron in America. A proclamation. Whereas a certain seditious paper, was late

[Army discharge in blank] [181-].

[ornamental border] Comparative views of New England, New York, and the United States. Commercial, statistical, moral and political. Boston, 1837.

[A broadside picturing Leon Plante and the churn in which he lives, accompanied by explanatory matter] [Roseau, Minn. 1938?].

[Broadsides and leaflets by or relating to Dr. Croffut].

[Broadsides and leaflets relating to the Philippines, 1900-1904].

[Broadsides, tickets, leaflets, sample official ballots, etc. 1929].

Robbery! $300.00 reward. The thieves who broke into the store of Savidge Brothers, Newton, Pa., on the morning of March 1, 1938 are, still at large ... Newton reliance company. Enterprise, Print. Newton, Pa. 1938.

A robbery! Eight hundred dollars reward. Baltimore. April 3, 1780. Stolen last night, out of a ware-house upon Mr. Hutching's (late Hudson's) wharf, a small pine chest, about two feet and a half long, and eleven inches broad, with sundry article

Robbins & Dix's diarrhoea cordial! Sure cure for dysentery, diarrhoea, and all kindred complaints. Put up by Robbins & Dix Nashua, N. H. [1866].

Robert Bell, bookseller, provedore to the sentimentalists and professor of book- auctioniering in America, is just arrived from Philadelphia; with a small collection of modern, instructive, and entertaining books, which he will exhibit by auctio

Robert Graves: the University of San Francisco aims ... April 29, 1962.

Robert Owen's address to the ministers of all religions. No. 1.- As delivered by him in a lecture in the Chinese Museum, Philadelphia, on Sunday morning, December 21, 1845 ... No. 2. As delivered in the same plaace, in the afternoon of the same

Robert W. Jenks metal sash manufacturer, glazier, painter & plumber ... Providence, R.I. Horton, Pr. [n. d.].

Robinson's grand moving panoramic scenes of the present war! at Allston Hall ... [Boston 186-].

Robinson's political map of the United States. [Circular] Care of Free State Advocate [about 1856].

[Proceedings of] A national republican convention of young men from all parts of the state assembled in Providence, on Friday evening, November 2d [1832].

Rockwell & rollins. steam power printers and stereotypers, 122 Washington Street. Boston [186?].

The Rocky mountains by Albert Bierstadt. [n. p.] [c. 1866].

[Proclamation convening the Legislature of the state of Arizona in special session May 1st 1918.]

[Proclamation dated Jan. 11, 1864, and General Orders no. 24. 35, and 41]. [New Orleans, La.]

[Proclamation ratifying treaty of Fort Harmon, with the Indians dated Sept. 29, 1789].

[Program] Frances E. Willard memorial service Statuary Hall - United States Capitol Sunday, February 19, 1939 3 P. M. [and] Centenary banquet Roosevelt Hotel- Washington, D. C. Tuesday, March 21, 1939 6.30 P. M.

[Program June 22, 1935 in honor of the life and work of Joel Barlow]. [Redding? Conn.].

[Program May 31st and June 1st, 1876] Wheeling, W. Va. 1876.

"Progressive" jingoism. [Boston. World peace foundation 1914?].

Roll of members of the Convention to frame a constitution, assembled at Newport, September, 1842.

Roll of the members of the House of representatives of the State of South Carolina. 1877.

The rolls of honor. Notice to volunteers. All Pennsylvania volunteers mustered into the service of the United States from the commencement of the war, are entitled to have their names inscribed on the rolls of honor to be deposited in Independen

Romanism as it is exhibited, in the life, death and salvation of Adam Horn who murdered two wives, on his way to heaven through purgatory .... [s.l., 185-].

[Proof sheet of November boughs, consisting of four poems in Lippincott's magazine. November 1887.].

Roosevelt vs. Roosevelt ... Washington, D. C. Sudwarth print 1904.

Roosevelt's hostility to the colored people of the United States. The record of the discharge of the colored soldiers at Brownsville. [n. p. 1906].

Root's daguerreotype talbotype, stereoscopic & crayon portrait & miniature gallery, No. 290 Pennsylvania Avenue N. W. cor. of Eleventh street, over Sylvester's drug store, Washington, D. C ... Philadelphia, Chandler, printer, 123 Chestnut St. [1

[Propectus of school for 1865-1866.] Lynchburg, Va. Johnston & Schaffter, printers. [1865].

[Propectus of school for term 1867-1868] Galesville, [Wis.] Transcript print. [1867.].

The rose of solitude. [Berkeley, Calif., Printed for Oyez by The Auerhahn Press, San Francisco, c1964.

[Prospectus for Mr. Franklin and The Papers of Benjamin Franklin.] Chicago, The Lakeside Press, 1956.

[Prospectus for fall term of 1848].

[Prospectus of] Washington's diaries from October, 1789, to June, 1792 ... Ed. by Benson I. Lossing ... Chas. B. Richardson & Co. 14 Bible House, Astor Place. New York [187-?].

[Prospectus.] Norwich, Vt. March 1, 1852.


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