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Letter : Nicola (Lewis). Easton, [Penn., ) Apr. 2, 1778. To One of the British prisoners escaped the night before, and one of his own men has deserted; he asks that the outposts be directed to keep a watchful eye on all passengers.

A.L.S. Endorsed. I page. 4°.

EM. 3425 Portrait : Greene (Nathanael). Half length; directed and facing slightly to the left, looking to the front. Inscription: Nath Greene (fac-simile signature). Engd by H. B. Hall & Sons, New York. Stipple. Fo.

EM. 3426 The same engraving, unlettered, is to be found in Irving's Washington, vol. 2 (N. Y., 1857) p. 8.

Letter : Hooper (Robert Lettice). Belleville, [N. J.,] Apr. 12, 1787. To James Wilson (Philadelphia). He sends the Canaan accounts, with (Simeon) Dewitt's account for surveying, and asks Wilson to forward his proportion of the amount; he has written to (William] Bingham also; Wilson's land-book is finished. A.L.S.

I page. 4o.

EM. 3427 Portrait : Oswald (Eleazer). Philadelphia, June 4, 1787. To Horatio Gates (Berkeley County, Va.]. On his return here from Berkeley, he delivered the half joes to Mrs. Holland, and forwarded Gates's letter to Gen. [John] Armstrong; he has written to New York relative to the place on Long Island, formerly the property of Mr. Lud. low; the people look up to the Convention as to their political saviours; some mighty change in the government is expected; sends newspapers by Capt. O'Hara; asks Gates to tell [Edward] Stevens that the piece signed “ Legion " never reached his office: he will always be glad to convey Stevens's sentiments to the public eye. A.L.S.

EM. 3428 Portrait : Lewis (William). Half length; in arm-chair; directed, facing, and looking to the right; holding book and paper. Inscription: Wm. Lewis Esqr. Stipple. (Philadelphia, 1820 ?] 8o.

EM. 3429 Letter: Findlay (William). Capitol Hill, (Washington, D. C.,] Jan. 15, 1822. TO J[ames] L. Edwards. Inclosing an application of Samuel Ellsrod, of Pennsylvania, to be placed on the pension list of the United States. A. L. S. Endorsed. I page. 4o.

EM. 3430 Portrait: Oswald (Eleazer). Bust; directed, facing, and looking slightly to the left. Inscription: Col. Eleazer Oswald. E. Oswald (fac-simile signature). Lithograph [by Max Rosenthal ?]. [Philadelphia, 1885?] . Fo.

EM. 3431 Portrait : Washington (George). Full half length; directed, facing, and looking slightly to the left; uniform; oval. Stipple and line,

[New York? 1860 ?] Fo.

EM. 3432 The engraving appears to have been trimmed to its present shape. There are no margins or lettering.

Portrait : Adams (John). Half length; directed and facing to the right, looking to the front. Inscription: (left) Mauraisse ft. 1827. (right) Lith : de C. Motte. | John Adams. Lithograph. [Paris.] Fo

EM. 3433 The paper is marked at the bottom with an oval stamp, in which the words "contemporains étrangers inclose the initials “Q. M."

Letter : Pennsylvania.-General Assembly. [Philadelphia,] Nov. 11, 1785. To Charles Pettit.

Informs him of his election as a delegate to represent Pennsylvania in Congress. L, S., Thomas Mifflin, Speaker. I page.

4o.

EM. 3434 Portrait: Jefferson (Thomas).

Bust; directed, facing, and looking to the right; white waistcoat; oval frame. Inscription: Thos. JefferPresident of the United States. Stipple.

EM. 3435 Also in James Hardie's Biographical Dictionary and American Remembrancer, vol. I (N. Y., 1801) p. 65.

Letter : Ross (James). Pittsburgh, [Penn.,] May 20, 1801. To L[awrence] Lewis [Mount Vernon, Va.]. Unpunctuality among Lewis's debtors has prevented him from remitting sooner the expected sum; he has now received $1,500, and has purchased a bill on Philadelphia, directing that the amount be forwarded to Col. Simms in Alexandria. A. L. S. I page. 4°.

EM. 3436 Portrait : McKean (Thomas). Inscription: Engraved by T. B. Welch from a painting by G. Stuart. Thomas McKean Thos. M: Kean (facsimile signature). Stipple. 8°.

EM. 3437 Also in the National Portrait Gallery, vol. 4, Phila., 1839.

Portrait : Jefferson (Thomas). Full length; in armchair. Inscription : [Th: Jefferson (facsimile signature). From the original painting by Chappel, in the possession of the Publishers. Johnson, Fry & Co. Publishers, New York. Entered according to act of Congress A). 1862 by Johnson, Fry & Co. in the clerk's office of the district court of the southern district of New York.] Line. 4°.

EM. 3438 Also in Duyckinck's National Portrait Gallery, vol. 1 (N. Y., 1861) p. 117.

Portrait : Washington (George). Bust; vignette. Inscription: Engd. by H. B. Hall, from the original Painting by Stuart. Line. (New York, 1860 ?] 8°.

EM, 3439 Baker, no. 239.

Portrait : McKean (Thomas). Half length; directed to the right, facing slightly to the right, looking to the front; plain coat, frilled shirt; oval. Inscription: Tiebout sc. Thomas M'K'ean, Gov. ernor of Pennsylvania. Published by D. Kennedy No. 228, Market St. Stipple. (Philadelphia, 1800 ?] 49.

EM. 3440 Letter : McKean (Joseph Borden). [Philadelphia,] Dec. 18, 1801. To S[amuel] Bryan. Sends copies of certain documents which he wishes him to compare with the originals in order that he may testify to their correctness; sends him a subpæna, and asks him to bring every paper he can relating to Gen. [Thomas] Proctor's claim against the Commonweal A. L. S.

EM. 3441 Portrait : Duane (William). Profile to the right ; circular. Inscription : Col. Wm. Duane. Small mezzotint engraving [by St. Memin]. (Philadelphia, 1802.]

EM. 3442 No. 159 in Elias Dexter's St. Memin collection of por. traits, N. Y., 1862.

Portrait : Sergeant (John). Half length; directed to the right, facing and looking slightly to the right. Inscription: (left) Painted by Robinson. (right) Engraved by Thos. Kelly. I John Sergeant, (right) Duffee Printer. | Philadelphia Pub: by, R. H. Hobson, 147 Chesnut St. Copy Right secured according to law. Stipple. [1840 ?) 4°. EM. 3443

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Letter: Sergeant (John). Washington, [D. C.,) Jan. 1, 1829. To W[illiam] L[eete] Stone [New York]. Owing to the short time in which Congress will remain in session, it would be impossible to carry through any measure on the subject (slavery] mentioned in Stone's letter of the 28th; for the same reason, this

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me public meetings; petitions, however, ought to be got up, and the public mind kept directed to the subject; in the South, there is entire union; every individual feels the question as his own concern; it is not so in the North; as for the District, there is no reason why slavery should not be abolished there; he would not invade the rights of the southerners, nor wound their feelings, but they are unreasonably sensitive, and would exclude even consideration of slavery; he will cooperate in any plan, but does not think the present a favorable time. A. L. S.

3 pp. 4°.

EM, 3444 Portrait: Biddle (Nicholas). Half length ; right arm resting on table. [Engraved by J. B. Longacre and T. B. Welch after a painting by Rembrandt Peale.] Line and stipple. 8°.

EM. 3445 Apparently a proof before letter of the plate in the National Portrait Gallery, vol. 4, Phila., 1839.

Letter : Ingham (Samuel Delucenna). Harrisburg, [Penn.,] Dec. 17, 1819. To William R. Smith, Judge Advocate of the 2d Brigade, ioth Division. The Governor desires him to forward to this place the proceedings of the court martial that were returned to him from this office.

L. S., S. D. Ingham, Secy.

I page. 4°. EM. 3446 Portrait : Ingham (Samuel Delucenna). Half length; directed, facing, and looking to the left. Inscription: (left) Moore Pinx. (centre) on stone (right) Childs Direx. | Samuel D. Ingham of Pennsylvania Secretary of the Treasury. Printed by Pendleton, Kearny & Childs, Philada. Lithograph. (1830 ?) 8°

EM. 3447 View: Washington, D. C. Inscription : (left) W. H. Bartlett. (right) J. N. Gimbrede. | Washington, from the President's House, Line. (New York ? 1840 ?] 8o.

EM. 3448 An almost exactly similar engraving by H. Wallis, from the same original, is to be found in N. P. Willis's American Scenery, vol. 2 (London, 1840) p. 49.

Portrait : Napoleon I., Emperor of the French. Full length; standing before a camp fire. Inscription: (left) Drawn by Charlet (right) Engd. by W. Brett | Un Bivouac. Mezzotint. [London ? 1840 ?] F.

Portrait: Louis XVI., K’ing of France. Three quarters length; directed to the left, facing and looking to the front; embroidered coat; courtiers behind. Inscription: (left) Raffet del. (right) Audibran sc. terminé par Hopwood. | Louis XVI. Paris, Publié par Furne et W. Coquebert. Stipple and line. [1840 ?] 8o.

EM. 3450 Massacre of the French King! View of La Guillotine; or the modern Beheading Machine, at Paris. By which the unfortunate Louis XVI. (late King of France) suffered on the Scaffold, January 21st, 1793. [Description of the execution, with a wood-cut.] London: Printed at the Minerva Office, for William Lane [1793). I page.

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EM. 3451

Letter : McKean (Thomas). Philadelphia, Feb. 3, 1810. To James Madison, Washington. Introduces Henry Pratt, who escorts Miss Elisa Pratt and Sophia Dorothea McKean to pay their respects to Mrs. Madison; his daughters Yrujo and Sophia have always expressed the greatest regard for the attention extended by Mrs. Madison; he himself is now one of the Sovereign People, and attends particularly to his private affairs; the commencement of Madison's administration has been as propitious as could reasonably have been expected; in this country, an angel from heaven could not command universal approbation; though in a private station, and advanced in age, he is still concerned for his country's happiness. A. L. S. 2 pp., and I leaf with the address and endorsement. 4o.

EM. 3452 View: Philadelphia, Penn. Inscription: (left) Designed & Published by W. Birch Enamel Painter . 1800. | Back of the State House, Philadelphia. Line. Fo.

EM. 3453 Also in Birch's Philadelphia in 1800, Phila., 1800.

Portrait: Washington (George). Bust; profile to the left; uniform; silhouette. Inscription: Geo. Washington Esqr. President of the United States. From his Profile taken in 1791. Ætat. 59. Published by J. Easton, Salisbury, 1796. Stipple.

EM. 3454 Also in Henry Wansey's Excursion to the U.S. in the summer of 1794, Salisbury, 1796, frontispiece. Baker, no. 398.

View: Quincy, Mass. Inscription: (left) Croome del. (right) Anderson Sc. | Residence of Ex President Adams. Wood engraving. (New York, 1830?] 4°.

EM. 3455 View: Hanover, N. H. Inscription: Drawn & Engraved by J. W. Watts State St. Boston. | Wentworth. Dartmouth. Thornton. Reed. | Dartmouth College | (right)Print, by T. R. Holland & Co. Line. [1860?] 8o.

EM. 3456 Document: Society of the Cincinnati. Diploma, blank and undated, engraved with the emblenis of the society. Signed, Ge: Washington, President. Countersigned, H. Knox, Secretary. Parchment. Engraved form. 191% x 131 in.

EM. 3457 A lithographic reproduction of the Society's diploma is given in J. J. Smith's Historical and literary curiosities, 2d ser., (N. Y., 1860) pl. 33.

Portrait: Casa-Yrujo (Sarah de), Marchioness. Nearly full length; in armchair. Inscription: The Marchioness D' Yrujo, (Sally McKean.) From an original picture by Gilbert Stuart in possession of Pratt McKean, Esq. Philadelphia. Stipple and line. 4°.

EM. 3458 Also in R. W. Griswold's Republican Court, N. Y., 1855,

Portrait : Casa-Yrujo (Don Carlos Maria Martinez de), Marquis. Half length; directed and facing to the left, looking to the front. Inscription: Marquis de Casa Yrujo, Spanish Minister to the United States, 1796-1806. Lithograph [by Max Rosenthal ?]. [Philadelphia, 1885?] 8o.

EM. 3459 View: Philadelphia, Penn. Inscription: (left) Designed & Published by W. Birch Enamel Painter 1800. | High Street, with the First Press byterian Church. Taken down in 1829. Philadelphia. Line. [Philadelphia, 1820?] Fo. EM. 3400

EM. 3449

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PRINCIPAL ACCESSIONS IN DECEMBER.

Comprising early American newspapers, statute laws, legislative journals, and other publications, purchased at the Miller sale in Philadelphia and elsewhere. The list of new

books is postponed until next month.

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143, 162, 168, 170, 171; [new series] 9, 10, 15, 19, 51, 54, 64, 71, 73, 74, 81, 86, 89, 90. Annapolis : William Parks. Fo.

New York (The) Gazette. June 25/July 2– Oct. 15, 1744. Numb. 973, 980, 985, 986, 988. New York: Printed and sold by W. Bradford Su H. De Foreest. F'.

New York (The) Evening Post. Containing the freshest advices foreign and domestick ... January 7, 1750/51-December 30, 1751. New York : Printed by H. De Foreest. Fo.

Wanting the issue of March 11, 1751.

AMERICAN BROADSIDES, Etc., 1774-1864. Rhode Island, Colony.-Governor.

By the

tions to be taken by officers when in foreign ports.] Honorable Joseph Wanton, Esquire, Governor, (London, 1775.] ó pp. Fo. Captain-General, and Commander-in-Chief, of and Signed by Lord Sandwich, John Buller, Henry Penton; over the English Colony of Rhode Island, and countersigned by Philip Stephens, secretary. Providence Plantations, in New-England, in Amer- New York, State.-Committee of Safety. In ica, A Proclamation [setting Thursday, June 30, Committee of Safety For the State of New York. 1774 aside as a day of fasting and prayer for the Kingston, March 1, 1777. [Resolutions ordering relief of Boston; dated June 20, 1774.] (Newport?

elections of supervisors, assessors, collectors on the 1774.) I page. Fo.

first Tuesday of April, regulating debts due to Endorsed : “Govt Wanton's Proclamation For a Public Tories and to Americans held prisoners, making Fast, June 20th, 1774.'

continental bills of credit legal tender.] [R’ingsMassachusetts, Province.- Provincial Con- ton? 1777.) I page. Fo. gress. In Provincial Congress, Cambridge, Octo- Endorsed: “Resolution of Convention respect of Tory ber 26, 1774. [Resolutions recommending pre

Debts &c." paration and training of the militia and minute United States.-Congress, Continental, 1775men.) [Boston ? 1774.] i page. Fo.

1789. By the United States in Congress assemIn Provincial Congress, Cambridge, bled, March 23, 1787. (Resolutions fixing salaries December 5, 1774. [Resolutions thanking the on the civil list.] [New York, 1787.] 2 pp. Fo. Massachusetts members of the Continental Con

Signed in manuscript by Charles Thomson, secretary. gress of 1774; urging compliance with the Associa

Petition (A) and Remonstrance to the Presition adopted by that Congress.] [Boston ? 1774?]

dent and Congress of the United States. (Written

by a North-Carolina Planter.) [In verse.] [Phil. Endorsed : " Resolve of the Provincial Congress.”

adelphia ? 1794?]

I page.

Fo.
In Provincial Congress, Cambridge,

Referring to the “ Whiskey insurrection” in Pennsylvania. February 14, 1775. [A recommendation urging preparation of the militia and minute men.] [Bos

Virginia.—Delegates, House of. In the House ton? 1775.] 1 page. Fo.

of Delegates, Saturday, December 12, 1795. [Reso

lutions instructing senators and requesting repreMonitor, pseud. To the Provincial Congress.

sentatives in Congress to secure four amendments, (A plea for moderation in deliberation; unadvised

which follow, to the Constitution of the United action will bring down "upon the Frontiers of this States.] [Richmond ? 1795.] and Connecticut Government" fifteen or eighteen

Attested in manuscript by John Stewart, clerk of the house thousand Canadians and Indians.] [Boston? 1775?] of delegates. I page. Fo.

United States.-President. By the President Endorsed : “Address to the Provincial Congress.”

of the United States of America, A Proclamation. Great Britain.-Admiralty, Lords of. By (Recommending Wednesday, May 9, 1798 as day the Commissioners for Executing the Office of Lord of solemn humiliation, fasting and prayer because High Admiral of Great-Britain and Ireland, &c. of the difficulties with France. Dated Mar. 23, [Directions, dated Oct. 6, 1775, specifying observa- 1798.] [Washington, 1798.] 1 page. Fo.

I page. Fo.

I page. Fo.

Delaware and Atlantic Rail Road. Rates Of Toll On the Delaware & Atlantic Rail Road, (now under lease by the subscribers). [Signed, Richard Jones; Joseph Smith; L. Stansbie, Collector; dated Columbus, N. J., Jan. I, 1842.] [Columbus ? 1842.] 1 page. Fo.

Carroll County, Ky.-Mass Meeting. Mass Meeting in Carroll County. Annexation of Texas. [Resolutions adopted Nov. 25, 1843, in favor of the annexation of Texas.]

2 pp., and I leaf for envelope. Fo Addressed, in manuscript, to Robert J. Walker, Washing

Endorsed. Independent. May 13, 1844. Vol. 1, no. 42, Providence, R. J. Walter S. Sherman.

ton.

4 pp. Fo.

I page.

Printed on silk. Contains an account of the trial of Thomas W. Dorr.

United States.-Adjutant General. Headquarters of the army, Tacubaya, Sept. 10, 1847. General orders no—283. [Proceedings of a court martial.] [Washington ? 1847.] 3 pp. 4°. Signed, in manuscript, by H. L. Scott, A. A. A. General.

Cushing ( ). Gen. Cushing's speech at Newburyport. [Boston ? 1857?]

F°. Marked on the face, in pencil : Sent me by Gen. Cushing : delivered October or November 1857." In opposition to antislavery agitation.

Breckinridge (The) Party rejects Hancock Jackson and M. M. Parsons, and supports all regular State, Congressional, and County nominees. [St. Louis, 1860.]

I page. Fo. Endorsed: “Circular issued in State Election of 1860; with speech of Senator Green &c" and (in pencil) " 31,561 distributed in Missouri prior to election."

Confederate States of America.-Board of Commissioners under the Sequestration Act. Rules of the board of commissioners established by the sequestration act. (Richmond ? 1861?] 3 pp. 4o.

Missouri.—Statutes. An Act to raise money to arm the state, repel invasion and protect the lives and property of the people of Missouri. [Dated May 11, 1861.] [Jefferson City ? 1861.] I page. 4°.

Missouri state guards. Headquarters Missouri state guards, Little Rock, Ark., August 5th, 1863. Military general orders No. 18. [Also :] Executive department of the state of Missouri, Little Rock, Ark., 4th July 1863. Executive general orders No. 6 (And :] Register of Missouri voters. [Little Rock? 1863.] 4 pp. 8°.

Headquarters Missouri state guard. Camden, Ark., 27th(-30th] May, 1863. Military general orders, No. 1(-4]. [Camden? 1863.] 2 pp. 8°.

Confederate States of America.- War Department. Head Quarters Trans-Miss. Department. Shreveport, La., June 4, 1864. General Order, No. 35. [Shreveport? 1864.] 2 pp. 8°.

Regulations of Gen. E. Kirby Smith with regard to the overland trade to Mexico.

MARYLAND DOCUMENTS, 1729-1794.

Calvert (Benedict Leonard). The Speech Of His Excellency Benedict Leonard Calvert, Governour and Commander in Chief, in and over the Province of Maryland, to both Houses of Assembly: At a Session of Assembly, begun and held at the

City of Annapolis, on Thursday the Twenty First Day of May, in the Sixteenth Year of the Dominion of the Right Hon. Charles, Lord Baron of Baltemore, Absolute Lord and Proprietary of the Provinces of Maryland and Avalon, &c. Annoq; Domini 1730. Annapolis: William Parks, 1730. (2) 11. Fo.

Maryland, Province.-House of Delegates. To the Honourable Benedict Leonard Calvert, Esq; Governour of Maryland, the Humble Address of The House of Delegates. (Dated May 22, 1730.] (Annapolis: William Parks, 1730.) 2 pp. Fo.

Upper House of Assembly. To His Excellency Benedict Leonard Calvert, Governour and Commander in Chief in and over the Province of Maryland, the Humble Address of the Upper House of Assembly. [May 22, 1730.] [Annapolis: William Parks, 1730.] 2 pp. Fo.

To His Excellency Benedict Leonard Calvert, Governor and Commander in Chief, in and over the Province of Maryland, the Humble Address of the Upper House of Assembly. [July 12 ? 1730.] [Annapolis: William Parks, 1730.] 2 pp. Fo.

To his Excellency Samuel Ogle, Esq; Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Province of Maryland: The humble Address of the Upper House of Assembly. Annapolis: J. Green, 1739. 2 pp. Fo.

The Report of the Committee of the Upper House of Assembly Anno 1740, Relating to the State of the Fund raised by Three Pence per Hogshead on Tobacco Exported for Purchasing Arms and Ammunition for Defence of the Province. Annapolis: Jonas Green, 1742. I p.l., 55 pp. Fo.

To the Honourable Benjamin Tasker, Esq.; President and Commander in Chief of the Province of Maryland; The humble Address of the Upper House of Assembly. Annapolis : Jonas Green (1752). I page. Fo.

To His Excellency Horatio Sharpe, Esq; Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Province of Maryland. The humble Address of the Upper House of Assembly. Annapolis: Jonas Green (1753). I page. Fo.

Maryland, Province.—Lower House of Assembly. Votes and Resolves . . , [July 10-August 7, 1729. Nos. 1-13.] [Annapolis : William Parks, 1729.] 4, 3 (1), 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 6, 4, 5 (I), 6, 2 pp. Fo.

Votes and Resolves ... [May 21-June 16,1730. Nos. 1-10.] [Annapolis : William Parks, 1730.] 7 (1), 2, 8, 4, 4, 4, 8 [i.e. 4], 4, 8, 4 pp. Fo.

Votes and Proceedings... [August 18– September 2, 1731. Nos. 1-6.] [Annapolis : William Parks, 1731.] 24 pp. Fo. Imperfect.

Votes and Proceedings... [Mar. 13, 1732/3-April 12, 1733.] [Annapolis : William Parks, 1733.] 36 pp. Fo.

A Journal of the Votes and Proceedings... At their Session begun May 1, 1739 [and ended June 12, 1739.] Annapolis : Jonas Green, 1739. 197 pp. 4°.

Votes and Proceedings... At a Session begun... May 16, 1747 [and ended July 11, 1747). Annapolis : Jonas Green, 1747. 65 pp. 4°.

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Votes and Proceedings ... At a Convention begun and held, December 22, 1747 [and ended December 23, 1747]. Annapolis : Jonas Green [1748 ?]. 6 pp. 4°.

Votes and Proceedings... At a Session begun and held, May 10, 1748 [and ended June 11, 1748]. Annapolis : J. Green (1748). 82 pp. 4°

Votes and Proceedings. [May 9-11, 1749.] Annapolis: Jonas Green (1749]. 8 pp. Fo.

Votes and Proceedings. [May 24June 23, 1748.] Annapolis : Jonas Green, 1749.

Votes and Proceedings. [May 8June 2, 1750.] Annapolis : Jonas Green, 1750.

, Fo.

Votes and Proceedings. [May 15June 8, 1751.] Annapolis : Jonas Green, 1751. 52 pp.

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Votes and Proceedings. (Dec. 7-14, 1751.] Annapolis: Jonas Green, 1752. 18 pp. Fo.

Votes and Proceedings. [June 3–23, 1752.] Annapolis : Jonas Green, 1752. 40 pp. 4°.

Votes and Proceedings. (Oct. 2,-Nov. 17, 1753.] (Annapolis : Jonas Green, 1753.] 82 pp. 4o.

Votes and Proceedings. [Feb. 26– Mar. 9, 1754.] Annapolis : Jonas Green, 1754. 21 pp, 4°

Votes and Proceedings. [May 8–30, 1754.] Annapolis : Jonas Green, 1754. 40 pp. 4°

Votes and Proceedings. [July 17-25, 1754.] Annapolis : Jonas Green (1754). 14 pp. 4°.

Votes and Proceedings. [Dec. 12–24, 1754.] Annapolis : Jonas Green, 1755. 22 pp. 4°.

Votes and Proceedings. [Feb. 22– Mar. 26, 1755.] Annapolis: Jonas Green, 1755. 46 pp. 4o.

Votes and Proceedings. [June 23– July 8, 1755.) Annapolis : Jonas Green, 1755. 44 pp. 4o.

Votes and Proceedings. (Feb. 23– May 22, 1756.] Annapolis : Jonas Green, 1757. 97 pp. 4o.

Votes and Proceedings. (Sept. 14Oct. 9, 1756.] Annapolis : Jonas Green, 1757. 37 pp. 4.

Votes and Proceedings. (Apr. 8– May 9, 1757.) Annapolis : Jonas Green, 1757. 52 pp. 4°.

Maryland, Province. -Statutes. Laws of Maryland, Made and Passed at Two Sessions of Assembly, Begun and Held at the City of Annapolis, on Monday the 23d day of September: And On Friday the First Day of November ... 1765. Annapolis: Jonas Green (1765]. (22) II. Fo.

Laws of Maryland, Enacted At a Session of Assembly, begun and held... on Friday the gth Day of May.... and ended the 27th Day of May, . . . 1766. Annapolis: Jonas Green, 1766. (8) 11. Fo.

Laws of Maryland, Made and Passed at a Session of Assembly, Begun and held ...on Saturday ... the First Day of November ... and ended the Sixth Day of December ... 1766. Annapolis : Jonas Green (1766). (22) 11. Fo.

Laws of Maryland, Made and Passed at a Session of Assembly, Begun and held ... on Tuesday, the Twenty-fourth Day of May, and ended the Twenty-second Day of June, 1768. Annapolis : Anne Catharine Green [1768]. (26) 11. Fo.

Laws of Maryland, Made and Passed at a Session of Assembly, Begun and held ... on Friday the Seventeenth Day of November, . . . and ended the Twentieth Day of December, . . . 1769. Annapolis : Anne Catharine Green (1770?]. (19) II. Fo.

Laws of Maryland, Made and Passed at two Sessions of Assembly, Begun and held ... on Tuesday the Twenty-fifth Day of September: And On Tuesday the Sixth Day of November . 1770. Annapolis: Anne Catharine Green (1770). (16) 11. F.

Laws of Maryland, Made and passed at a Session of Assembly, Begun and held ...on Wednesday the Second Day of October .. 1771. Annapolis: Anne Catharine Green (1771). (23) 11. Fo.

Laws of Maryland, Made and Passed at a Session of Assembly, Begun and held .. on Tuesday the Fifteenth Day of June. : , 1773. Annapolis: Anne Catharine Green (1773]. (12) 11. Fo.

Laws of Maryland, Made and Passed at a Session of Assembly, Begun and held.. on Tuesday the Sixteenth Day of November .. and ended the Twenty-third Day of December, 1773. Annapolis : Anne Catharine Green (1774 ?]. (48) 11. Fo.

Laws of Maryland, Made and Passed at a Session of Assembly, Begun and held ... on Wednesday the Twenty-third Day of March,... and ended the Nineteenth Day of April, . .. 1774. Annapolis : Anne Catharine Green (1774). (21) 11. F.

Laws of Maryland, Made and passed at a Session of Assembly, Begun and held ... on Monday the sixteenth of June, ... [1777]. Annapolis: Frederick Green (1777]. (10) 11. Fo.

Maryland, State.- House of Delegates. Votes and Proceedings ... November session, 1789. [Baltimore, 1789.] 120 pp. Fo. Imperfect; lacks all after page 120.

Votes and Proceedings ... November session, 1790. [Baltimore, 1791.] 112 pp. Fo.

Votes and Proceedings ... November session, 1793. [Baltimore, 1794.] 124 pp. Fo. Imperfect; lacks all after page 124.

Maryland, State.--Senate. Votes and Proceedings... November session, 1790. [Baltimore, 1791.] 53 pp. Fo.

Votes and Proceedings... November session, 1792. [Baltimore, 1793.] 49 pp. Fo.

Votes and Proceedings ... November session, 1793. [Baltimore, 1794.1 47 pp. Fo. PENNSYLVANIA DOCUMENTS, 1730-1769.

Pennsylvania, Province.--House of Assembly. Votes and Proceedings of the House of Representatives of the Province of Pennsylvania, Met at Philadelphia, on the Fifteenth of October, Anno Dom. 1739, and continued by Adjournments. Philadelphia : B. Franklin, 1739. 131 (1) pp. Fo.

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