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Plate 7: Temple of Jupiter Tonans (Jupiter the Thunderer). 1. Temple of Concord. (Tempio di Giove Tonans. 1. Tempio della Concordia.)

Plate 13: Arch of Settimius Severus 1. Temple of Concord. 2. Ascent to the Capitoline Hill (Arco di Settimio Severo. 1. Tempio della Concordia. 2. Salita di Campidoglio.)

Another view of the remains of the Pronaos of the Temple of Concord [The Temple of Saturn with Arch of Septimius Severus in left background], from Vedute di Roma (Views of Rome), part I

View of the so-called Temple of Concord with the Temple of Saturn, on the right the Arch of Septimius Severus

Anno Regni Regis Georgii Tertii, quarto et quinto 1764. Timber in Ipswich and Wenham An act, passed by the great and general court or assembly of his Majesty’s province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England: Begun and held at Concord, in the C

Marital concord (one of a pair)

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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

In Provincial congress, Concord, April 12, 1775. Whereas the preservation of our country from slavery, depends under God on an effectual execution of the continental and provincial measures for that purpose. [Resolutions to secure compliance wit

N.B. The regulars, when in Concord, burnt the courthouse ...

A plan of the town and harbour of Boston and the country adjacent with the road from Boston to Concord, shewing the place of the late engagement between the King's troops & the provincials, together with the several encampments of both armies in & about Boston. Taken from an actual survey.

New-York, Sunday 23d April, 1775. The following interesting advices, were this day received here, by two vessels from Newport, and by an express by land [The first news of the battle of Lexington and Concord] [New York, 1775].

In Provincial congress, Concord, April 15, 1775 … Resolved that it be and hereby is recommended to the good people of this colony, of all denominations, that Thursday the eleventh day of May next be set apart as a day of public humiliation, fast

A plan of the town and harbour of Boston and the country adjacent with the road from Boston to Concord

Roxbury to Concord. Roads & distances, &c.

To the gentlemen who represented the country towns in the late convention at Concord. Friends and brethren ... Boston, August 31st, 1779.

To the gentlemen who represented the country towns in the late convention at Concord. Friends and brethren ... [Boston, August 16, 1779].

Boston July 21, 1779. Gentlemen, Inclosed you have acopy of the proceedings of the Convention at Concord, on the 14th instant, which you will please (in conformity to a resolve of said convention) to lay before your town immediately, for their a

Design for the Ancient Order of Foresters: "Unity, Benevolence and Concord"

The President's message to both houses of Congress. Message to the Senate and House of representatives. When we assemble together, fellow-citizens, to consider the state of our beloved country ... Th: Jefferson. December 15, 1802. Concord: Print

Amoskeig canal. To the public. The following is a true statement relative to Amoskeig Canal, and the labour done thereon the last season. Samuel Blodget. Derryfield, Dec. 6, 1803. Concord- Printed by Geo. Hough Dec. 12, 1803.

Secretary's office. Concord. January 20th, 1807. To the selectmen of the town of --Gentlemen, You are sensible of the duty imposed upon all the towns in this State, by the Act of the Legislature passed December 30th, 1803, entitled an "Act to ca

State of New Hampshire. To the selectmen of the town of Greeting. You are hereby required, in the name of the state of New Hampshire, to notify and warn a meeting of the inhabitants of the said town of qualified to vote in the choice of Senators

New Hampshire Patriot, Extra. Concord N.H. April 26, Nine o'clock. Great and glorious news! We hasten to announce the pleasing intelligence, that our difference with Great-Britain are amicably adjusted. A gentlemen, arrived in town, brings the B

Peace of 1814 and Centennial of the House of Brunswick: "The Effect Previous to Discovering the Illuminated Temple of Peace and Concord in St. James's Park, London, August 1, 1815" [should be 1814]

A View of the Temple of Concord Erected in the Green Park, to Celebrate the Glorious Peace of 1814, Exhibiting the Fireworks on the 1st of August

Peace of 1814 and Centennial of the House of Brunswick: A View of the Temple of Concord in Green Park, London, August 1, 1814

An elegy composed on the death of Elder Josiah Shepard, of Gilmanton--N. H. [3 columns of verse] Concord New-Hampshire Printed by Wm. Hoit, jun. one door north of Robert Harris' store [1815?].

State of New-Hampshire. By the Governor. A proclamation for a day of thanksgiving ... appointed Thursday, the fourteenth day of November next, to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving ... Given at the Council Chamber in Concord, this third

To the Hon. Arthur Livermore. [Signed] Estwicke Evans. Concord. N. H. June 1819.

State of New Hampshire. By the Governor, a proclamation, for a public fast ... appoint Thursday the first day of April next, to be observed as a day of public humiliation and Prayer throughout this state ... Given at the Council Chamber at Conco

Headquaters, New-Hampshire militia. Adjutant-general's office Concord, 182- The Governor and commander-in-chief has accepted the resignation of Captain of the company .... By His Excellency's command, [Signed in mss. Joseph Low] Adjutant & inspe

State of New-Hampshire. By the governor. A proclamation for a day of thanksgiving ... I have thought fit to appoint ... Thursday the twenty-ninth day of November next, to be kept as a day of prayer and thanksgiving throughout this state ... Give

John Randolph of Roanoke on his embarkation for Russia onboard ship "Concord"

State of New-Hampshire. By the Governor, A proclamation, for a day of Thanksgiving and praise. By the advice of the Council, I appoint Thursday the 24th day of November next, a day of public Thanksgiving and praise throughout this State ... Give

State of New-Hampshire. By the Governor. A proclamation for a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer. By the advice of the Council I have appointed Thursday the eleventh day of April next a day fasting, humiliation and prayer, throughout this St

Order of exercises at the anniversary of Concord literary institution; Thursday, July 18th 1839.

State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation for a day of public thanksgiving and praise. By the Governor ... appointed Thursday, the 22nd day of December next, to be observed throughout this state, as a day of public thanksgiving and praise ... Given

Democratic caucus. Agreeable to a vote of the meeting the proceedings of which are subjoined, The Democrats of Concord, are requested to assemble at the Court House, on Saturday, the 5th day of February, inst. for the purpose of appointing Commi

State of New Hampshire. A proclamation for a day of fasting and prayer by the Governor ... I do appoint Friday, the twenty-ninth day of March instant, to be observed throughout this State as a day of fasting and prayer ... Given at the Coucil Ch

Map of the Portsmouth and Concord Railroad, shewing its connection with other railroads.

State of New Hampshire. A proclamation for a day of thanksgiving and praise. by the governor ... appoint Thursday, the twenty-seventh day of November, next, to be observed throughout this State, as a day of thanksgiving and praise ... Given at t

Map of the Boston, Concord and Montreal Railroad from Concord to Haverhill, N.H.

State of New Hampshire. A proclamation for a day of thanksgiving and praise. by the Governor ... appoint Thursday, the twenty-seventh day of November next, to be observed throughout this State, as a day of thanksgiving and praise ... Given at th

State of New Hampshire. A proclamation, for a day of fasting and prayer. By the governor ... appoint Thursday, the seventeenth day of April next, to be observed as a day of humiliation, fasting, and prauer, throughout this State ... Given at the

State of New Hampshire. A proclamation for a day of thanksgiving and praise: by the governor ... appoint Thursday, the sixteenth day of November next, to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving and praise throughout this State ... Given at t

map from "History of the Siege of Boston, and of the Battles of Lexington, Concord and Bunker Hill. Also, an account of the Bunker Hill Monument. With illustrative documents"

Bunker Hill from "History of the Siege of Boston, and of the Battles of Lexington, Concord and Bunker Hill. Also, an account of the Bunker Hill Monument. With illustrative documents"

View of the battle ground at Concord, Mass.

State of New Hampshire. A proclamation for a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer: by the governor ... appoint Thursday, the fourth day of April next, to be observed as a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer throughout this State ... Given a

State of New Hampshire. A proclamation for a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer. By the Governor ... appoint Thursday, the third day of April next, to be observed as a day of fasting humiliation and prayer ... Given at the Council Chamber, a

Map of the town of Concord, Middlesex County Mass. /

Concord, New Hampshire.

[Plate 19: Map bounded by Concord Street, Navy Street, Park Avenue, Raymond Street, Willoughby Street, Duffield Street.]

State of New Hampshire. A proclamation for a day of thanksgiving and praise: by the governor ... I appoint Thursday, the twenty-ninth day of November inst., to be observed throughout this State as a day of prayer, praise and thanksgiving to God

[Plate 13: Map bounded by Concord Street, Duffield Street, Willoughby Street, Adams Street.]

[Plate 14: Map bounded by Market, James Street, York Street, Jay Street, Concord Street, Fulton Avenue, Pineapple Street, Henry Street, Fulton Avenue.]

[Plate 15: Map bounded by Pineapple Street, Fulton Avenue, Concord Street, Adams Street, Willoughby Street, Court Street, Montague Street, Henry Street.]

John Kimball from "The History of Concord, from its first grant in 1725, to the organization of the city government in 1853, with a history of the ancient Penacooks. The whole interspersed with numerous interesting incidents and anecdotes, down to ... 1855; embellished with maps; with portraits of distinguished citizens, etc"

portrait from "The History of Concord, from its first grant in 1725, to the organization of the city government in 1853, with a history of the ancient Penacooks. The whole interspersed with numerous interesting incidents and anecdotes, down to ... 1855; embellished with maps; with portraits of distinguished citizens, etc"

portrait from "The History of Concord, from its first grant in 1725, to the organization of the city government in 1853, with a history of the ancient Penacooks. The whole interspersed with numerous interesting incidents and anecdotes, down to ... 1855; embellished with maps; with portraits of distinguished citizens, etc"

portrait from "The History of Concord, from its first grant in 1725, to the organization of the city government in 1853, with a history of the ancient Penacooks. The whole interspersed with numerous interesting incidents and anecdotes, down to ... 1855; embellished with maps; with portraits of distinguished citizens, etc"

map from "The History of Concord, from its first grant in 1725, to the organization of the city government in 1853, with a history of the ancient Penacooks. The whole interspersed with numerous interesting incidents and anecdotes, down to ... 1855; embellished with maps; with portraits of distinguished citizens, etc"

William A. Kent from "The History of Concord, from its first grant in 1725, to the organization of the city government in 1853, with a history of the ancient Penacooks. The whole interspersed with numerous interesting incidents and anecdotes, down to ... 1855; embellished with maps; with portraits of distinguished citizens, etc"

portrait from "The History of Concord, from its first grant in 1725, to the organization of the city government in 1853, with a history of the ancient Penacooks. The whole interspersed with numerous interesting incidents and anecdotes, down to ... 1855; embellished with maps; with portraits of distinguished citizens, etc"

St. Paul's School, Concord, Dining Room at the School.

Sumner & Concord Sts., Peterborough, N.H.

Home of Louisa Alcott, Concord.

The State of New Hampshire. A proclamation by the Governor ... appoint Thursday, the twenty-fifth day of November next, to be observed throughout the state as a day of thanksgiving and praise ... Given at the Council Chamber, in Concord, this tw

St. Paul's School, Concord, The Chapel.

Main Street, Concord, N.H. Odd Fellows Hall on the right.

St. Paul's School, Concord, The Chapel.

Concord bridge, where was fired the shot.

St. Paul's School, Concord, The School Room.

Mother of Mrs. L. M. Alcott at home, Concord, Mass.

St. Paul's School, Concord, The Lower School.

Views of Concord from the Cupola of the State House.

Elm Street, from Main Street, Concord, N.H.

Concord from cupola of State House.

Boscawen Academy, Boscawen, Concord County, N.H.

Concord from Cupola of State House.

St. Paul's School, Concord, The Lower School.

Sumner & Concord Sts., Peterborough, N.H.

North bridge and statue of the "Minute Man" on old battleground, Concord, Mass.

Views of Concord from the cupola of the State House.

Boscawen Academy, Boscawen, Concord County, N.H.

Main Street, Concord, N.H.

Sherman House, opposite the Bridge, Concord, N.H.

[Group of people in the park, Concord, N.H.]

Judge Hoar's residence, Concord, Mass.

[View of Concord, N.H.]

Wright's Tavern, halt of British officers upon their march into Concord.

Elm St. from Amherst to Concord.