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By the Honourable John Nanfan, Esq; His Majesties Lieut. Governour and commander in chief in and over the Province of New York ... A proclamation. Whereas in the confirmation of the treaty with Algiers, and the additional article made the sevent

Plan de la ville du Trou Jéremie, rélatif à l'article 13 du projet géneral de défense.

Map of the North Atlantic Ocean to accompany Jonathan Williams' article on the use of the thermometer in discovering banks, soundings, etc..

Committee Chamber, December 6, 1774. [Resolves in regard to the 10th article of the Association of the General Congress, requiring the opening of all package of goods imported after December 1st, 1774] [Philadelphia, 1774].

Virginia Gazette (newspaper), February 4, 1775, Article on Speech by Chief Logan (Indian Warrior)

In the House of representatives. December 2, 1775. Whereas the supply of the article of wood for the Cambridge and Roxbury camps, hath not been hitherto fully sufficient to answer the demands, notwithstanding the exertions of this court for that

State of New Hampshire. In the House of representatives, June 20th, 1793. An addres to the people of the State of New-Hampshire. Whereas the United States in Congress assembled, have taken into consideration so much of the eighth article of the

The cabinet-maker and upholsterer's guide, or, Repository of designs for every article of household furniture, in the newest and most approved taste : displaying a great variety of patterns for chairs, stools ... in the plainest and most enriched styles : with a scale to each, and an explanation in letter press : also the plan of a room, shewing the proper distribution of the furniture ... from drawings

By His Excellency Arthur Fenner, Esq; governor, captain-general, and commander in chief, of and over the State of Rhode-Island and Providence-plantations. A proclamation. Whereas the sixth article of the constitution of the United States of Amer

Mr. Dawson's motion, amended. Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled ... that the following article be proposed to the legislatures of the several states as an amendment to the

Benjamin Waterhouse, May 17, 1796, Article on Ores and Minerals

Benjamin Waterhouse, May 1796, Article on Natural History

National Intelligencer, February 26, 1808, Article

Extract from an article of agreement, dated the fifteenth day of March, 1810, between James S. Ewing & Gideon H. Wells ... [Note by Gideon H. Wells] Burlington County, August 24, 1811.

National Intelligencer, March, 1812. Criticism, clip of an article from the Baltimore Federal Republican, extracted in the National Intelligencer.

Etat de la Louisiane. Cité et Paroisse d'Orléans. No. [blank] Mairie de la Nouvelle-Orleans. Vu l'article premier de l'ordonnance du Conseil de Ville approuvée le 28 Mai 1812, additionnelle à celle relative aux tueries; vu pareillement le cautio

New York National Advocate, August 30, 1827

Charleston Mercury, August 23, 1827

Improvement in the art of tanning. Improvements in the manufacture of leather have not heretofore resulted in much real adventage to the community, as more attention has been paid to the appearance then to the value of the article ... E. Shove a

Newspaper article accompanying print in The Sun, Awful Conflagration of the Steam Boat Lexington in Long Island Sound on Monday Eve, January 13th, 1840, by which melancholy occurrence, over 100 Persons Perished

Citizens of Rhode-Island! Read! Mark! learn! From the following extract from Article 2d of the so called "People's Constitution," it will be seen who have and who have not a right to vote under that Constitution ... Providence, Feb. 18, 1842.

Authorization to Secretary of State to affix seal to "my proclamation of the additional article for the suppression of the African slave trade between the United States and Great Britain...

The Committee, to which was referred the second article on the right of suffrage, report as follows ... [1842].

Map of the river Sabine from Logan's Ferry to 32nd degree of north latitude : shewing the boundary between the United States of America and the Republic of Texas between said points, as marked and laid down by survey in 1841, under the direction of the Joint Commission appointed for that purpose under the 1st article of the convention signed at Washington on the 25th day of April 1838 /

... To the Editor of the Vt. Journal. The following paper, prepared in reply to an article in the "WoodstockAge" of last week, grossly fale and abusive in the statements and insinuations in relation to myself, the editor of that print has though

To the people of Rhode Island, Election of delegates ... A Democrat of '42. Providence June 24, 1853. The above able article was written by Gov. Dorr, and appeared in the Post of 24th inst.

Washington, D. C. Military Defense, Wednesday, May 01, 1861 (Printed Article)

City of Boston. Public library. The subscriber hereby gives notice that, in compliance, with the requirement of the fourteenth article of the second chapter of the rules and regulations of the Public Library, all books must be returned on or bef

Schuyler Colfax to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 17, 1861 (Sends article)

For the North American and U. S. Gazette. Mr. Editor:- I have read with that respect that his writings ever ensure for themselvs, the able article of Cecil in this morning's paper, and while agreeing to a portion of his facts and opinions, must

The last clause in article 10 of the regulations and additional instructions issued from this office on the 2d day of June, 1864, is hereby so modified and changed as to permit the owners and managers of slaves, or such other persons as may be r

The Best article in the world, Laird's bloom of youth, or liquid pearl for preserving & beautifying the complexion & skin

Ford, Olmstead & Co. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 06, 1864 (Send magazine with article by Harriet Beecher Stowe)

[Concurrent resolution, received at Department of State June 16, 1866.] Joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States ... Article XIV .... [Washington, 1866].

Illicit distillation of liquors - how the article is carried to the southern markets

Neapolitan ice cream ... The subscriber takes this method to inform the lovers of rare confectionary, that he is manufacturing an entire new article of ice cream, which far surpasses anything in that line ever offered in this city ... E. S. Colt

George Evans ("Kid Jones") and Eddie Leonard ("Bill Simmons") in the minstrel production The Belle of the Barbers' Ball (as published in unsourced article, August 29, 1908).

Ruth Chatterton in Come Out of the Kitchen printed in "A Belle in the Kitchen" article from Cosmopolitan.

James J. Jeffries, Eddie Leonard (seated to his right) and members of Jeffries' Training Camp, Rowardennan, California, June 20, 1910 (as published in unsourced article).

The slab hut, - a Mississippi residence [in article, "On the Mississippi"]

Civil service reform. Mr. Curtis's scheme considered.- Collegiate education as a test for office.- The Republican party opposed to Democrats for office- A reply to an article in Harper's weekly with some observations on the report of the Civil S

"What Annexation Would Accomplish." [article and map on the annexation of the Bronx area by the city of New York]

"What Annexation Would Accomplish." [article and map on the annexation of the Bronx area by the city of New York]

Article, October 25, 1879

[Page of text including article "How Uncle Sam guards his money"]

Gold and Silver Smiths' Bazaar, Damascus. A large nearly square court; the blackened roof is supported by arches and massive piers. It is so noisy that sales are often effected by means of signs. The man in the foreground holds up three fingers to show that he will sell a certain article for three pieces of money, the buyer (a veiled woman) offers two.

An act in relation to minerals. An act to amend Sections 81, 85 and 86 of article 18, Chapter 12 of the compiled laws ... Approved Dec. 15, 1883. D. W. Busyhead Principal Chief Tahtequah. 1883.

Article, May 1, 1885

[Reproduction of anarchist handbill "Attention workingmen! Great mass meeting ..." in article "The Chicago anarchists of 1886"]

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his article, "A Peculiar People," in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785. Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: Going to meeting]

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his article, "A Peculiar People," in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785, Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: Old man who acts as "cicerone", or guide]

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his article, "A Peculiar People," in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785. Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: woman serving drinks to wounded Continentals]

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his article, "A Peculiar People", in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785. Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: Interior of the Sisters' Kloster, Ephrata, showing the typical doorway, 5' 20", which represents the "narrow way that leads to everlasting life"]

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his article, "A Peculiar People," in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785. Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: A Dormitory in the Sisters' House, Ephrata]

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illus. his article, "A Peculiar People," in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785. Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: An old Lancaster House]

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his article, "A Peculiar People," in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785. Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: The Kiss of Peace]

[Wood engraving from drawing by Howard Pyle which illustrated his article, "A Peculiar People," in Harper's New Monthly, Oct. 1889, pp. 776-785. Dunker religion in Pennsylvania: Interior of Chapel]

Clippings of an article on Arnold Genthe by Joseph Gregor and an article from Die Bühne

Clippings of an article on Arnold Genthe by Joseph Gregor and an article from Die Bühne

Clipping from an article on photography, including an image by Arnold Genthe of a woman holding a kitten

Clipping from an article on photography, including a photograph by Arnold Genthe entitled Study of black drapery

Clipping from an article on Arnold Genthe called Ein Romantiker der Photographie: Arnold Genthe, consisting of portrait

Clipping from an article on Arnold Genthe, including a self-portrait of Arnold Genthe

Clipping from an article on photography, including a photograph of a display of Genthe photographs

The foremost women photographers in America, sixth article: Zaida Ben-Yûsuf

[And really sew on some article of clothing]

Purchase of Chase Building Discussed, (duplicate of article on facing page) and Miss Miller reports

NEW YORK JOURNAL OF COMMERCE. ARTICLE

Elizabeth Smith Miller Study Club meeting article; page 2

Clipping of an article on Arnold Genthe in the East Hampton star

[Article (untitled), 30 May 1912]

[Article (untitled), La Democratie Sociale, 16 June 1912]

Dayton Journal article, December 16, 1916 Houdini's involvement in formation of local assemblies of American magicians

British Empire Union. "Once a German, always a German." Remember! Every German employed means a British worker idle. Every German article sold means a British article unsold / David Wilson + W.F.B. ; Printed by the Globe Printing Co., Ltd., Scrutton Street, Finsbury, E.C.2.

Article X

[Illus. for article "an alien anti-dumping bill" in The Literary Digest, May 7, 1921, p. 13, reprinting a cartoon by Hallhan for Providence Evening Bulletin, showing funnel bridging Atlantic with top at Europe crammed with emigrants and bottom at U.S. with Uncle Sam permitting immigrants to trickle through]

Springfield Union article, January 27, 1925 Houdini stirred by article may sue Sir Arthur

Boston Herald article, February 1, 1925 Saw the ectoplasm issue from Margery during psychic tests

Springfield Union article, December 14, 1925 No prize for Margery

Opportunity magazine article, "The Schomburg Library Opened to Students," June 1926.

Washington Post article, August 6, 1926 Houdini in sealed coffin under water 90 minutes

Berliner, not Edison, is inventor of microphone, book declares

Emile Berliner reaches 75 today

The inventor of the microphone has a birthday party: Emile Berliner

New acoustic device shown by Berliner

Scientific group lauds Washington inventor

Acoustics invention declared success

Berliner acoustic wall cell wins in Philadelphia test

P.T.A. will attack medical society in child fight

Berliner is to fight for city's birth list

Bad acoustics at Drexel ended

Berliner hits on new device for acoustics

An achievement

Health Bureau ban on child pamphlet rouses Mrs. Rafter

A new idea in acoustics

Berliner estate over $1,500,000

[ unknown Hebrew or Yiddish article on Martha Graham]

Emile Berliner

Contest develops over Berliner will

Emile Berliner dies in Washington