Handbook of Manuscripts in the Library of Congress

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1918 - Broadsides - 750 pages
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Page 334 - The Arte of English Poesie. Contriued into three Bookes : The first of POETS and POESIE, the second of PROPORTION, the third of ORNAMENT.
Page 137 - The Examination of Joseph Galloway, Esq., late Speaker of the House of Assembly of Pennsylvania, Before the House of Commons, in a Committee on the American Papers.
Page 486 - Register of the commissioned and warrant officers of the navy of the Uniied States and of the marine corps to Jan.
Page 17 - Jesuit Relations of DISCOVERIES AND OTHER OCCURRENCES IN CANADA AND THE NORTHERN AND WESTERN STATES of the Union. 1632-1672.
Page 505 - Laws and Orders concluded on by the General Assembly, March the 5th, 1623 "; one volume. (7) Journal of Council and Assembly, 1626-1634. This volume is the so-called " Edmund Randolph Manuscript " to which Hening refers. (8) " The Laws of Virginia ", 1642-1662, one volume.
Page 25 - A Description of Georgia by a Gentleman who has resided there upwards of seven years, and was one of the first settlers, London, 1741.
Page 313 - July, 1776; the minutes of the proceedings of the Convention of the State of Pennsylvania, held at Philadelphia, the 15th day of July, 1776, with the Constitution ; the minutes of the Assemblies of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to the end of the present year ; and the Articles of Confederation of the United States of America, and that the House will purchase and pay for two hundred copies thereof.
Page 363 - Plain discourses on the laws or properties of matter: containing the elements or principles of modern chemistry...
Page 364 - Views suggested by the imminent danger (October 29, 1860) of a disruption of the Union by the Secession of one or more of the /Southern States.
Page 120 - Fitch (John). The original steam-boat supported; or, A reply to Mr. James Rumsey's pamphlet, shewing the true priority of John Fitch, and the false datings, &c., of James Rumsey.

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