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Two addresses from the Governour, council and convention of the Massachusets Colony assembled at Boston in New-England. Presented to his majesty, at Hampton-Court, August 7, 1689. By Sir Henry Ashurst Baronet.

At the Convention of the Governour and council, an representatives of the Massachusets Colony [A proclamation setting apart September 19, 1689 as a fast day]. [Cambridge Printed by Samuel Green 1689].

To the King and Queen's most excellent majesties. The humble address and petition of the Governour, council, and convention of representatives of the people of your majesties collony of the Massachusets, in New-England [Regarding general restora

Isaac Norris, delegate to the Albany Convention of 1754.

State of North-Carolina. In Convention, August 1, 1788. [Declaration of rights, and amendments to the Constitution, to be laid before Congress previous to ratification of the Constitution by North Carolina.]

State of North-Carolina. In Convention, November 23, 1789. [Resolution enjoining the representatives of the state in Congress to apply for certain specified amendments to the constilution of the United States.] Signed in ms., Sam Johnston Pres. Countersig

State of North-Carolina. In Convention, August 1, 1788. [Declaration of rights, and amendments to the Constitution, to be laid before Congress previous to ratification of the Constitution by North Carolina.]

Encampment of the Convention Army at Charlotte Ville in Virginia after they had surrendered to the Americans

The convention makers

Virginia Colonial Convention, August 1774, Declaration of Rights

Letter to Edmund Pendleton, President of the Convention

Letter to [Abraham Yates, President of the Convention?]

Richard Stockton to Thomas Jefferson, August 19, 1776, New Jersey Convention to Furnish Troops for "Flying Camp"

Letter to the convention of New York

Letter to the convention of New York

Hancock, John. Philadelphia. To Convention of New Jersey

Hancock, John. Philadelphia. To Convention of New Jersey

Hancock, John. Philadelphia. To Convention of New Jersey

Letter to Benjamin Franklin, President of the Convention, Philadelphia

Letter to the Convention of New Jersey

Letter to the Convention or Council of Safety of Maryland

Letter to Edmund Pendleton, President of the Convention

Letter to Matthew Tilghman, President of the Convention, Annapolis

Duane, James. Philadelphia. To New Jersey Convention

Letter to the Convention of New Jersey

Virginia Delegates in Continental Congress to Virginia Convention, April 18, 1776, Appointment of Surgeons; Canadian Campaign; Notation on Coin Production

Thomas Jefferson to Virginia Convention of Delegates, July 1776, Declines Reappointment

Philadelphia. January 16, 1776. [Extracts of correspondence between Robert Howe and Lord Dunmore forwarded to the president of the Convention at Norfolk.] [Philadelphia:] Printed by John Dunlap [1776].

Hancock, John. Philadelphia. To Convention of New Jersey

Hancock, John. Philadelphia. To Convention of New Jersey

Letter to the New York Convention

Letter to the Convention or Council of Safety of Maryland

Duane, James. Philadelphia. To New Jersey Convention

Letter to [the Convention of New York.]

Hancock, John. Philadelphia. To Convention of New Jersey

Pennsylvania Convention, July 20, 1776, Resolution to Confer with Virginia on Boundary Dispute

Letter to Matthew Tilghman, President of the Convention, Annapolis

No Provincial Convention. Let us act for ourselves, and choose our old five delegates. The friends of the above measure are desired to meet at the usual places of election, at eight o'Clock in order to vote against the eleven deputies. [Pennsylv

No Provincial Convention. Let us act for ourselves, and choose our old five delegates. The friends of the above measure are desired to meet at the usual places of election, at eight o'Clock in order to vote against the eleven deputies. [Pennsylv

Virginia. In convention. Present 112 members, Wednesday, May 15, 1776. Forasmuch as all the endeavours of the United Colonies, by the most decent representations and petitions to the king and parliament of Great-Britain, to restore peace and sec

Edmund Pendleton to Thomas Jefferson, July 22, 1776, Virginia Convention; Declaration of Independence

Letter to the New York Convention

Letter to Benjamin Franklin, President of the Convention, Philadelphia

In convention of the representatives of the state of New York. To [blank] Greeting. Whereas this Convention, in pursuance of the resolves of the Continental Congress, did on the 9th day of June last, direct and order the raising and embodying,

Philadelphia. January 16, 1776. [Extracts of correspondence between Robert Howe and Lord Dunmore forwarded to the president of the Convention at Norfolk.] [Philadelphia:] Printed by John Dunlap [1776].

Letter to the Convention of New York

Letter to the Convention or Council of Safety of Maryland

Letter to the Convention or Council of Safety of Maryland

In Convention of the representatives of the state of New York, at Kingston, March 7, 1777. Whereas divers persons, inhabitants of this State have, for notorious disaffection to the liberties of America, and other sufficient causes, been sent int

Plan of the position which the army under Lt. Genl. Burgoyne took at Saratoga, on the 10th of September 1777, and in which it remained till the convention was signed.

In General assembly of Pennsylvania, Saturday, November 28, 1778. [Resolution, defining the manner of voting for, and against a Convention, and the points to be determined by the Convention] Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap. [1778].

State of New-Hampshire in the House of representatives, February 26th, 1778. Whereas the present situation of affairs in this State, make it necessary that a full and free representation of the inhabitants thereof, should meet in Convention for

Proceedings of the convention, began and held at Worcester, in and for the County of Worcester, on the 3d day of August, 1779 for the purpose of carrying into effect the several interesting and important measures ... Done in Convention at Worces

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

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

Virginia Militia, October 8, 1779, List of Officers Guarding Convention Prisoners

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

Town of Northampton response to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Joseph Hawley letter to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Joseph Hawley letter to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Town of Northampton response to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Town of Northampton response to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Joseph Hawley letter to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Joseph Hawley letter to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Town of Northampton response to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Joseph Hawley letter to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Joseph Hawley letter to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Town of Northampton response to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Town of Northampton response to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Town of Northampton response to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Town of Northampton response to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Joseph Hawley letter to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Joseph Hawley letter to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Town of Northampton response to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Joseph Hawley letter to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Joseph Hawley letter to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Joseph Hawley letter to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Town of Northampton response to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention

Joseph Hawley letter to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention