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Bunker Hill Battle Committee to Andrew Jackson

Masonic Celebration Committee to Andrew Jackson

The Committee (Twelve Large Illustrations for Samuel Butler's Hudbras, Plate 10)

The Committee (Plate 10: Illustrations to Samuel Butler's Hudibras)

The Committee (Twelve Large Illustrations for Samuel Butler's Hudibras, Plate 10)

The merchants, and all others, who are any ways concerned in, or connected with trade, are desired to meet at Faneuil-Hall to-morrow, being Friday the 20th instant, at nine o’clock beforenoon, to receive the report of the committee of inspection

New York, May 31st, 1770. Advertisement. Whereas a meeting of the inhabitants was called yesterday, without the knowledge of the Committee appointed to inspect into the importation of goods, and there undertook to pass resolves, on a matter sett

The merchants and all others who are any ways concerned in, or connected with trade, are desired to meet at Faneuil-Hall to-morrow, being Wednesday the 17th instant, at ten o’clock beforenoon, to receive the report of the committee of inspection

Two letters A circular letter, from the late Committee of this City in the Committees of the other colonies. Philadelphia, September 25, 1770. Gentlemen. We are sorry to inform you that a number of our importers of the British merchandize ... ar

Boston, December 1, 1773. Gentlemen, The Committee of correspondence for this Town had just prepared their letter covering the proceedings of the town at their two late meetings of the 5th and 18th ultimo, when a ship arrived from London with pa

Boston, March 30th, 1773. By direction of the Committee of correspondence for the town of Boston, I now transmit to you an attested copy of the proceedings of said town on the 8th instant, and am with due respect your most humble servant [Signed

To the respectable body of gentlemen nominated by the publick voice as a committee, for managing the affairs of the inhabitants of this City, in the present exigency of our publick concerns. [Protesting against the action of another committee fr

The following are the names of the persons proposed to be elected as a Committee on Tuesday next, agreeable to the recommendation of the Congress. New York, Nov. 17, 1774 [Sixty names] New York: Printed by John Holt, 1774].

Remarks upon the resolves of the new committee. I consider it as a great misfortune, that before I entered upon this business, I had no opportunity of consulting the gentleman, who was the author of the truly elegant and learned criticisms on th

To the worthy inhabitants of the City and County of New-York. My fellow citizens. At this interesting crisis, when every thing that is dear to us, both as individuals, and as a body politic, is at stake: [Advocating the election of the committee

At a meeting of the following gentlemen, being committee from every town and district in the County of Middlesex and Province of Massachusetts-Bay, held at Concord in said County, on the 30th end 31st day of August 1774, to consult upon measures

Committee-Chamber, July 25, 1774. Proceedings of the Committee of Correspondence. Mr. Henry Remsen, seconded by Mr. Abraham Duryee, made a motion in the words following. Mr. Chairman, I move that a poll be opened at the usual places of election

Committee Chamber, Sept. 30, 1774, 6 o'clock, P. M. It was resolved unanimously, that the following narrative of the proceedings of the committee, be published. At a meeting of the Committee of correspondence of this City, specially summoned, th

To the publick. The long expected Tea Ship arrived last night at Sandy-Hook, but the pilot would not bring up the Captain till the sense of the City was known. The committee were immediately informed of her arrival, and that the Captain solicits

Committee-Chamber, July 19, 1774. Proceedings of the Committee of correspondence. The resolves proposed by the Board to the inhabitants of this City, having been published and dispersed through the town several days previous to this meeting ...

Advices from Philadelphia, dated July 23, 1774. "The Committee from the several counties of this Province, met in this City the 15th instant, and have been very busy ever since in framing instructions to the Assembly, with which they were permit

Proceedings of the Committee of correspondence in New York. Committee-Chamber July 13, 1774 Presents [28 names] The persons appointed at the last meeting of this Committee, to draw up a set of resolves, met for that purpose, but doubts arising,

Extract of the proceedings of the committee of correspondence of this city [Relative to calling meetings of the citizens without approval of the committee.] [Dated] July 8th, 1774. [New York: Printed by John Holt, 1774].

New York, October 1, 1774. To the publick. We the subscribers having been appointed as a committee by a considerable number of the inhabitants of the city, [to ascertain by direct question, whether sundry persons, were purchasing and shipping go

To the inhabitants of the City and County of New-York. The committee appointed by the inhabitants of this City, on the 19th instant at the Coffee-House, for drawing up, and reporting to them, a set of constitutional resolves, do hereby request t

[Revolutionary war broadside: The Boston committee of Correspondence responds to the Boston Port Bill. May 12, 1774]

To the worthy inhabitants of the City and County of New-York. Fellow countrymen, Your committee of fifty-one having laid before you their proceedings on Thursday evenings, I should not have troubled you at this time had not eleven of the committ

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].

Advertisement. At a general meeting of the Committee of mechanicks ... give their voices for the five following persons, or to choose such others as they may think proper. Isaac Low, Philip Livingston, John Jay, Leonhard Lispenard Alex. M'Dougal

Committee Chamber, July 13, 1774. The public are hereby requested to attend at the Coffee-House, on Tuesday next at XII o 'Clock to Signify their sense of the resolves entered into by the Committee of Correspondence, in New-York, and of the dele

To the respectable inhabitants of the City and County of New-York. Friends and Fellow Citizens! [On trade and representation in the next Congress] By order of the Committee. Isaac Low, Chairman. New York, 29th March, 1775 [New York: Printed by J

To the public. Having already signed the association, recommended by the General Committee of New-York, voluntarily and freely; --- for the further satisfaction of the respectable public, I hereby declare, That is my unalterable resolution rigid

Committee- Chamber, New-York, April 28, 1775 Gentlemen. The distressed and alarming situation of our Country, occasioned by the sanguinary measures adopted by the British ministry, (to enforce which, the sword has been actually drawn against our

To the military officers, select-men, and Committee of correspondence in the town of [blank] Gentlemen, Your are hereby most earnestly requested to procure the execution of the subsequent resolve with the greatest possible expedition. In Provinc

Committee chamber, New-York, November 3, 1775. Whereas the Provincial Congress, in order that the duration of their power might be limited to a short period, did, by their resolve dated the 10th day of October last, and inserted in the publick n

New-York, Committee Chamber, 29th May, 1775. Whereas the public service of the Colony may render large supplies of the following articles absolutely necessary ... [Ten articles of supply not to be disposed of, and requiring report of quantity on

Boston, January 31, 1775. Yesterday a vessel arriv’d at Marblehead from Falmouth, in which, London papers were brought to the 12th of December, which were immediately sent to the Committee of correspondence of this town, containing. The King’s s

A petition to the Honourable the Committee of safety for the Colony of New-York. We the subscribers, inhabitants of said colony, humbly beg leave to represent that the unhappy contest which has long subsisted between Great Britain and the Americ

Committee chamber, New-York. The Provincial Congress of the Colony of New-York, on the 9th of August, instant, passed the following resolves, viz ... [New York: Printed by John Holt, 1775].

Committee Chamber, New-York, April 29, 1775. Extract of the proceedings of the General Committee of observation. Resolved unanimously, That in the opinion of this Commitee, no violence or molestation should be offered to the troops now quartered

Recantations of Robert Hooper, John Pedrick, Robert Hooper, Jun, George M’Call, Richard Reed and Henry Sanders In Committee of Sayety. Cambridge, May 4, 1775 … Printed and sold in Queen Street [1775].

Virginia Colonial Safety Committee; Edmund Pendleton, et al to Thomas Jefferson, September 26, 1775, Printed Commission as Commander of the Albemarle County, Virginia, Militia

New-York, June 21, 1775. The General Committee for the City and County of New-York, having received intelligence that Andrew Tavener, master of the ship Sally arrived ... Newfoundland ... [Theophylact Bache makes sworn affidavit that its destina

New-York, Committee- Chamber, 5th June, 1775. Resolved, that Mr. Isaac Sears be nominated by this Committee for the approbation of the freeholders and freemen, of this city and county, to represent them in Provincial Congress in the room of Mr.

To the publick. We the Committee, who were appointed by a large number of our respectable fellow-citizens, at the house of Mrs. Van de Water on the 21st instant to draw up a line of conduct, to prevent the messrs. Murrays involving others in a b

New York, Committee-Chamber, Wednesday, 26th April, 1775. The Committee having taken into consideration the commotions occasioned by the sanguinary measures pursued by the British ministry, and that the powers with which this Committee is invest

In the House of representatives. December 11 1775. Resolved, that it be, and it hereby is strongly recommended to the Committee of correspondence and safety of the town of [blank] and in case of a deficieny of both said committees, to the select

In the Committee of Safety for the Colony of New-York, during the recess of the Provincial Congress, July 13th, 1775. Whereas information hath been given to this Committee, [Of wanton destruction of property, that guilty persons be punished as t

The following persons are nominated by the Sons of liberty, to represent them in the committee, for the City and County of New-York. [List of 100 names] New-York, April 28, 1775. To the public. At a meeting of a great number of the inhabitants o

To the public. Many citizens being desirous of seeing the motion, made in Committee on the 6th instant, by Mr. Henry Remsen, it is now published by their consideration [Copy of motion] Mistake not the business of next Wednesday; it is only wheth

Watertown, [blank] 1775. Received of Moses Gill, Esq; treasurer of the Committee of the Colony of Massachusetts-Bay for the receiving and distributing the donations for the poor of the Towns of Boston and Charlestown, [blank] lawful money, as a

The following persons were mentioned in the Committee of Observation, as proper to be elected for a General Committee for the City and County of New-York, in the present alarming exigency [100 names] The following are the names of persons mentio

In Congress, November 23, 1776. Resolved that a committee of five to be appointed, with full powers to devise and execute measures for effectually reinforcing General Washington, and obstructing the progress of General Howe's army, and that they

In the House of representatives, January 16, 1776. The committee appointed to consider what further measures are necessary to be taken for furnishing hay for the army reported … William Cooper, speaker pro tem. In Council January 20, 1776. Read

The mechanicks in union, and their associates, are earnestly requested to attend the general committee of mechanicks in Union, at Mechanick Hall, on Monday evening next, to consult with them on business of importance. By order of the Committee.

In Congress, November 23, 1776. Resolved that a committee of five to be appointed, with full powers to devise and execute measures for effectually reinforcing General Washington, and obstructing the progress of General Howe's army, and that they

In Committee chamber, Worcester. Nov. 18, 1776. As expedients are no longer wise, prudent, and politic, than the reasons on which they are founded exist, and effects are reversed by a mutation of causes; as the demands of our country are continu

At a meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of Boston, on Monday the 18th of November inst., it was voted, that the following hand bill be printed, and delivered to the inhabitants, for their government in giving in to the committee on

William Fleming to Thomas Jefferson, June 22, 1776, Comment on Proceedings of the Virginia House Committee to Prepare "A Plan of Government"

In the House of representatives, February 13, 1776. Whereas it appears to this Court, that it will be greatly conducive to the safety and welfare of this and the other colonies, at a time of common danger, that a committee be chosen in each town

The Committee of both houses on the letter this morning received by this Court from His Excellency General Washington relative to supplying the army with fire-arms, beg leave to report by way of resolve: [That a committee be appointed to collect

Committee-Chamber. New York, April 13, 1776 The following persons of this City and County, are recommended by the General Committee of the same, as persons worthy to serve in the ensuing Provincial Congress. By order of the Committee. Garret Abe

The Freemen, freeholders, and inhabitants of the City of New-York are desired to meet at the Coffee-House, on Saturday the 3d instant, at 12 o'clock in the forenoon, to choose a committee to act for them. Feb. 1, 1776. [New York, 1776].

[Notice, dated 4 July 1776, from a congressional committee to militiamen in Lancaster, Pa., accompanied by a letter of recommendation from the Philadelpphia Committee of Safety, concerning the defense of N.J. and Pennsylvania]

In Committee of Safety for the state of New-York, Fish-Kill, Jan. 22, 1777. Several matters of the utmost importance to this State, requiring immediate dispatch, being now before this Committee, for the determination whereof, they are utterly in

Boston, Feb. 19th, 1777. In pursuance of the Act of the General Assembly of this State entitled. "An act to prevent monopoly and oppression;" the select-men and Committee of correspondence ... [Boston, 1777].

Thomas Jefferson, October 20, 1777, Notes on Virginia Committee on Laws; William Phillips letter of April 12, 1779

Continental Congress Broadside, 1777 : [April 14-15 resolves on Committee of Conference meeting with Pennsylvania officials]

Thomas Jefferson, May 4, 1778, Notes on Virginia Committee on Laws

Arthur Lee to Continental Congress Secret Committee, April 2, 1778, Expense Account as Commissioner to the Court of France

William Lee to Continental Congress Secret Committee, September 12, 1778, Commercial Treaties with Holland and France; Extract

Virginia Committee on Laws, 1779, List of Punishments for Crimes

Virginia Committee on Laws, 1779, Suggested Revision for Land Office

Virginia Committee on Laws, 1779, Notes on Articles 7-11

Virginia Committee on Laws, 1779, Notes on Oaths

Philadelphia, July 23, 1779; To the public Fortunately we have preserved the original letter sent to our late chairman by the chairman of the city committee, and have it therefore in our power to prove, as it is a piece of justice due to ourselv

Virginia Committee on Laws, 1779, Notes on Laws "Doubtful Whether to Be Retained"

State of New-Hampshire. The committee of both houses appointed to consider a method for making a new proportion to in this state: recommend that an order for taking and returning an inventory be issued to all the towns this state, in the followi

In Committee, July 14, 1779. Resolved, That the plan for stopping emissions be printed in hand-bills, and distributed for the consideration of the public, and that a town-meeting be held in the State House yard, on Monday the 26th inst, at ten o

State of New-Hampshire. In Committee of Safety, Exeter. April 14th, 1789. Whereas the Honorable Continental Congress have recommended that Wednesday the twenty-sixth instant be observed as a day of fasting, humiliation, and prayer throughout the

Notification. In obedience to the order of the Town, the Committee for inlisting men, hereby inform you, that they are to return to the Town at the adjournment of the meeting (which will be on Monday the 7th day of May next, at 3 o'clock P. M.)

The V- - - [Victualling] committee framing a report

State of New Hampshire. In Committee of safety, April 16th, 1783. A proclamation. Whereas the form of government agreed upon by this state, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy six, was, (considering the then situation

United States Congress Committee on Taking Possession of Frontier Posts, May 6, 1784, Printed Report on Frontier Posts

To the independent electors, of the City and County of Albany. At a public and general meeting of the Federalists of the City of Albany, a committee, consisting of fifteen persons was appointed for the purpose of collecting the sentiments of the

To the unbiassed & independent electors of the State of New-York. Since our last address to you, a publication has appeared, signed by Mr. Alexander Hamilton, as chairman of a committee, said to have been appointed by a numerous meeting of the i

To the independent electors of the State of New-York, Fellow Citizens A numerous meeting of the respectable inhabitants of this city, impressed with the importance of the ensuing election have appointed us a committee to address you on the subje

Amendments proposed in the committee of the whole House, to the bill to amend the act, intituled, "An act to establish an uniform rule of naturalization. [Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794] [Negative photostat.].

The Committee to whom was referred the several petitions of the Quakers of New-England, of the Providence Society for the abolition of the slave-trade, and the petition from the delegates of the several societies for the same purpose, in Convent

12th December, 1797. Committed to a committee of the whole House, to-morrow. A bill for the relief of the representatives of William Carmichael, deceased. [twenty-one lines] [Philadelphia: Printed by William Ross, 1797].

Legislature of Kentucky. House of Representatives. Wednesday Nov. 7, 1798. Mr. Brackenridge gave notice that he would on tomorrow move the house to go into Committee of the whole on the state of the commonwealth, on that part of the Governor's a

New York, 9th April, 1799. Sir. We are appointed a committee by the Republican electors of New York, to inform the electors of the Southern district, that Ezekiel Robins, of New York, and Pierre Van Courtlandt, Jun. of West-Chester, have been no

To the citizens of the County of Philadelphia. Friends and Fellow Citizens. In common with the citizens of the State, you have been addressed by the Committee, appointed to promote the election of James Ross ... [Signed] Franklin. [1799?].

Resolutions and proceedings in Committee of the whole, on the 31st day of July 1799. [2 resolutions amending the Kentucky constitution]. [Frankfort? Kentucky 1799].

In Committee, Albany, 8th April, 1799. The annexed ticket will announce to you the candidates who we have agreed to support at the ensuing election: In its formation we experienced considerable embarrassment, by reason of opposite nominations fo

Resolutions and proceedings in committee of the whole, on the 1st day of August, 1799. [3 resolutions amending the Kentucky constitution]. [Frankfort? Kentucky 1799].

Resolutions and proceedings in committee of the whole, on the 8th day of August, 1799. [5 resolutions for amending the constitution of Kentucky]. [Frankfort? Kentucky1799].

Resolutions and proceedings in committee of the whole, on the 5th day of August, 1799. [10 resolutions for amending the constitution]. [Frankfort? Kentucky 1799].

To the citizens of the County of Philadelphia. Friends and Fellow Citizens. In common with the citizens of the State, you have been addressed by the Committee, appointed to promote the election of James Ross ... [Signed] Franklin. [1799?].