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Thomas Jefferson to Nicholas Lewis, , Extracts from Memorandums

The following extracts from the votes and proceedings of the American Continental Congress we are induced to publish thus early purely to ease the impatience of our readers. Association &c. We his Majesty’s most loyal subjects, the delegates of

... To the three generals, with Scotch orders, on their voyage to North-America. Sigillum veritatis simplicitas est. Critical and faithful extracts from Colonel Cavallier's memoirs of the war of the Cevennes; or Lower Langyedoc, in his own hand-

... To the three generals, with Scotch orders, on their voyage to North-America. Sigillum veritatis simplicitas est. Critical and faithful extracts from Colonel Cavallier's memoirs of the war of the Cevennes; or Lower Langyedoc, in his own hand-

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].

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].

Beginning of extracts from Strabo. In line above, mark and note of addition. In lower right corner, quire letter and foliation.

Extracts from "Remarks addressed to the electors of the State of New York. In the year 1792 certain affidavits made by Daniel M'Cormick and Alexander M'Comb, intended as an exculpation of the late Governor Clinton from the charge of having speci

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, October 1792, with Extracts Dated September 26, 1786 and September 19

Miscellaneous notes, extracts and quotations

Miscellaneous notes, extracts and quotations

Familiar dialogues on dancing, between a minister and a dancer : taken from matter of fact : with an appendix containing some extracts from the writings of pious and eminent men against the entertainments of the stage, and other vain amusements : recommended to the perusal of Christians of every denomination /

Thomas Jefferson, 1800, Extracts from Beeke's Income Tax

Patriotism. From a very able and spirited Address to the electors of New-Jersey, the following extracts are made ... Speaking the language of truth, and inculcating lessons of political morality, they may be viewed as an earnest and disintereste

Pedro Alva to S. Acre, July 16, 1812

Andrew Jackson to James Monroe, October 26, 1814

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Delaplaine, July 26, 1816, with Extracts of Washington, Burwell, and Tatham Letters, Diary Extracts, and Peyton Randolph Biography

map from "Greenland: being extracts from a journal kept in that country in ... 1770 to 1778. ... to which is prefixed, an introduction containing some accounts of the manners of the Greenlanders, and of the mission in Greenland ... by G. Fries. Translated from the German [by H. E. Lloyd]"

The danciad; or, Dancer's monitor. Being a descriptive sketch in verse, on the different styles and methods of dancing quadrilles, waltzes, country dances, &c. &c. ... Together with observations on the laws regarding dancing, with extracts from the Acts of Parliament relating thereto.

Dukinfield from "A History and Description of the Towns and Parishes of Stockport, Ashton-under-Lyne, Mottram-long-den-dale, and Glossop, with some Memoirs of the late F. D. Astley, Esq. ... and extracts from his poems, etc"

Mary's from "A History and Description of the Towns and Parishes of Stockport, Ashton-under-Lyne, Mottram-long-den-dale, and Glossop, with some Memoirs of the late F. D. Astley, Esq. ... and extracts from his poems, etc"

coat of arms from "Extracts from the Journal of Lord R. G., being an account of his visit to the Barbary Regencies in the spring of 1830"

map from "History of the War of the Succession in Spain. (Appendix, comprising further extracts from General Stanhope's manuscript letters.)"

Remarks of Mr, Mangum of North Carolina, in the Senate of the United States, February 25th, 1834. The following extracts from Mr. Mangum's speech on the Memorial of citizens of North Carolina remonstrating against the removal of the public funds

England from "The Parochial History of Cornwall, founded on, [or rather including,] the manuscript histories of Mr. Hals and Mr. Tonkin; with additions and various appendices, by D. G. [including copious extracts from J. Whitaker, D. and S. Lysons, &c. and geological notices by Dr. Boase]"

map from "The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido for the suppression of Piracy; with extracts from the Journal of J. Brooke Esq., of Sarawak"

map from "The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido for the suppression of Piracy; with extracts from the Journal of J. Brooke Esq., of Sarawak"

Sarawak from "The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido for the suppression of Piracy; with extracts from the Journal of J. Brooke Esq., of Sarawak"

map from "The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido for the suppression of Piracy; with extracts from the Journal of J. Brooke Esq., of Sarawak"

map from "The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido for the suppression of Piracy; with extracts from the Journal of J. Brooke Esq., of Sarawak"

Sarawak from "The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido for the suppression of Piracy; with extracts from the Journal of J. Brooke Esq., of Sarawak"

initial from "Coopers' Company, London. Historical memoranda, charters, documents, and extracts from the records of the Corporation and the books of the Company. 1396-1848"

manuscript from "Coopers' Company, London. Historical memoranda, charters, documents, and extracts from the records of the Corporation and the books of the Company. 1396-1848"

map from "Norway in 1848 and 1849: containing rambles among the fjelds and fjords of the central and western districts and including remarks on its political, military, ecclesiastical and social organization. With extracts from the Journals of M. S. Biddulph"

map from "Norway in 1848 and 1849: containing rambles among the fjelds and fjords of the central and western districts and including remarks on its political, military, ecclesiastical and social organization. With extracts from the Journals of M. S. Biddulph"

Harrison's flavoring extracts. Philadelphia

Harrison's handkerchief extracts Apollos W. Harrison No. 10 South 7th Street Philadelphia / / Alphonse Bigot del. ; designed and drawn on stone by Alphonse Bigot.

romance from "Love's Provocations; being extracts taken ... from the diary of Miss Polly C.-. By Cuthbert Bede"

map from "[The Abbey of Saint Alban. Some extracts from its early history and a description of its conventual church. [By H. J. B. N., i.e. H. J. B. Nicholson.]]"

Tombland from "Kett's Rebellion in Norfolk; being a history of the great civil commotion that occurred at the time of the Reformation, in the reign of Edward VI. Founded on the “Commoyson in Norfolk, 1549,” by N. Sotherton; and the “De Furoribus Norfolciensium” of Nevylle; and corroborated by extracts from the Privy Council Register, documents preserved in the State Paper and other Record Offices, the Harleian and other MSS. ... With illustrations"

Extracts from the will of the late Charles F. Hovey, Esq ... May 30th, 1859.

Caister Castle from "Kett's Rebellion in Norfolk; being a history of the great civil commotion that occurred at the time of the Reformation, in the reign of Edward VI. Founded on the “Commoyson in Norfolk, 1549,” by N. Sotherton; and the “De Furoribus Norfolciensium” of Nevylle; and corroborated by extracts from the Privy Council Register, documents preserved in the State Paper and other Record Offices, the Harleian and other MSS. ... With illustrations"

Kett's Rebellion from "Kett's Rebellion in Norfolk; being a history of the great civil commotion that occurred at the time of the Reformation, in the reign of Edward VI. Founded on the “Commoyson in Norfolk, 1549,” by N. Sotherton; and the “De Furoribus Norfolciensium” of Nevylle; and corroborated by extracts from the Privy Council Register, documents preserved in the State Paper and other Record Offices, the Harleian and other MSS. ... With illustrations"

Who is responsible for the war? who accountable for its horrors and desolations?. Extracts from a speech by Alexander H. Stephens ... delivered in the Secession convention of Georgia, on the 31st day of January, 1861 ... Who commenced the war. T

Who is responsible for the war? Who accountable for its horrors and desolations? Extracts from a speech by Alexander H. Stephens (now Vice-President of the Confederate States.) delivered in the secession Convention of Georgia, on the 31st day of

Extracts received June 18th, by the flag officer. Navy department. June 17th, 1862. The steamer Despatch sailed from Dublin about the 29th of May, and the Anglia from Liverpool on the 28th of May. The steamer Scotia, after leaving Liverpool, ret

Extracts received July 26th, 1862, by the Flag officer. From U. S. Consul at Bermuda, dated July 4, 1862 concerning the steamer "Lodona" ... From U. S. consul at Bermuda, dated July 7th, 1862 ... From U. S. Consul at Liverpool dated July 5th, 18

Dean R. Chester to A. Chester, October-November 1863 (Extracts from October 27 and November 2 letters)

map from "Buenos Ayres and Argentine Gleanings: with extracts from a diary of Salado exploration in 1862 and 1863"

profile from "England as seen by Foreigners in the days of Elizabeth and James the First. Comprising translations of the journals of the two Dukes of Wirtemberg in 1592 and 1610; both illustrative of Shakespeare. With extracts from the travels of foreign Princes and others, copious notes, an introduction, and etchings"

map from "Buenos Ayres and Argentine Gleanings: with extracts from a diary of Salado exploration in 1862 and 1863"

map from "[English Travellers and Italian Brigands. A narrative of Capture and Captivity. [With extracts from the Diary of Mrs. Moens.]]"

Scraps of local history. Extracts from the first town book of Newton Township continued. At a town meeting held at Newton, for ye ad Township, this 13th day of ye first month, Anno Domini 1733 ... [Printed after 1870].

Waitemata from "Chapman's Centenary Memorial of Captain Cook's Description of New Zealand one hundred years ago. [Extracts from Cook's three voyages of circumnavigation, edited by George T. Chapman with the assistance of Albin Martin. With plates.]"

State Dining Room in the White House. (Extracts from Philadelphia Times.)

map from "Chapman's Centenary Memorial of Captain Cook's Description of New Zealand one hundred years ago. [Extracts from Cook's three voyages of circumnavigation, edited by George T. Chapman with the assistance of Albin Martin. With plates.]"

map from "Chapman's Centenary Memorial of Captain Cook's Description of New Zealand one hundred years ago. [Extracts from Cook's three voyages of circumnavigation, edited by George T. Chapman with the assistance of Albin Martin. With plates.]"

map from "Chapman's Centenary Memorial of Captain Cook's Description of New Zealand one hundred years ago. [Extracts from Cook's three voyages of circumnavigation, edited by George T. Chapman with the assistance of Albin Martin. With plates.]"

map from "Chapman's Centenary Memorial of Captain Cook's Description of New Zealand one hundred years ago. [Extracts from Cook's three voyages of circumnavigation, edited by George T. Chapman with the assistance of Albin Martin. With plates.]"

Mrs. Hayes' Lunch Party, State Dining Room in the White House. (Extracts from Philadelphia Times.)

State Dining Room in the White House. (Extracts from Philadelphia Times.)

Mrs. Hayes' Lunch Party, State Dining Room in the White House. (Extracts from Philadelphia Times.)

portrait from "Other Men's Minds; or, Seven thousand choice extracts on history, science, philosophy, religion ... selected from the standard authorship of ancient and modern times, and classified in alphabetical order. By E. Davies, etc. [With plates.]"

Interior View of T. F. Woodward's Boot & Shoe store. 74 Main St. …. Batavia …. New York. Ladies ask for Cook & Lounsbury's fine shoes, they are the best shoes sold for the money. ; Interior View of J. C. Barnes & Co's store. 96 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. Merchant Tailors, dealers in Youths Boys and Children's clothing & Gents Furnishing goods. Batavia, N.Y. ; Flavoring extracts and essences of my own manufacture } G. G. Elmore, Wholesale and Retail Druggist. School, Blank, Books and Stationery. Orders filled with care at lowest prices. 92 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. { Elmore condition power for Horses, and Cattle, warranted to give satisfaction. ; Interior View of J. A. Clark's Jewelry store, No. 90 Main St. Batavia, N.Y. Established in 1834. ; Interior View of Southworth & Simpson's Foreigh & Domestic Dry Goods store. No. 101 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. ; Interior View of C. Houghton's Dental Parlors, over 98 Main St., Batavia, New York.

Decoration from "The Birthday Book of Quotations and Autograph Album. Extracts in English, French and German, chiefly from standard authors, etc"

map from "Old England and New Zealand: the Government, Laws, Churches, public institutions, and the resources of New Zealand ... With an historical sketch of the Maori race ... Extracts from the author's diary of his voyage to New Zealand, etc"

map from "The Boy Travellers on the Congo. Adventures of two youths in a journey with H. M. Stanley “through the Dark Continent.” [A condensation, with fictitious adjuncts, of H. M. Stanley's “Through the Dark Continent,” with copious extracts from the original.] By T. W. Knot ... Illustrated"

map from "The Boy Travellers on the Congo. Adventures of two youths in a journey with H. M. Stanley “through the Dark Continent.” [A condensation, with fictitious adjuncts, of H. M. Stanley's “Through the Dark Continent,” with copious extracts from the original.] By T. W. Knot ... Illustrated"

map from "Comments on Cook's Log-H.M.S. Endeavour, 1770. With extracts, charts, and sketches. [On the “Corner” MS. of Cook's journal"

map from "Comments on Cook's Log-H.M.S. Endeavour, 1770. With extracts, charts, and sketches. [On the “Corner” MS. of Cook's journal"

map from "Comments on Cook's Log-H.M.S. Endeavour, 1770. With extracts, charts, and sketches. [On the “Corner” MS. of Cook's journal"

map from "Comments on Cook's Log-H.M.S. Endeavour, 1770. With extracts, charts, and sketches. [On the “Corner” MS. of Cook's journal"

map from "Comments on Cook's Log-H.M.S. Endeavour, 1770. With extracts, charts, and sketches. [On the “Corner” MS. of Cook's journal"

map from "Comments on Cook's Log-H.M.S. Endeavour, 1770. With extracts, charts, and sketches. [On the “Corner” MS. of Cook's journal"

coat of arms from "Records of Rowington, being extracts from the deeds in possession of the feoffees of the Rowington charities, with notes from the parish chest ... and appendix of MSS. from the British Museum, etc"

coat from "Records of Rowington, being extracts from the deeds in possession of the feoffees of the Rowington charities, with notes from the parish chest ... and appendix of MSS. from the British Museum, etc"

map from "Records of Rowington, being extracts from the deeds in possession of the feoffees of the Rowington charities, with notes from the parish chest ... and appendix of MSS. from the British Museum, etc"

Extracts from diary of Paul Jones. Published by D. Hogan, Philadelphia 1810 ... This paper was made at the mill of L. L. Brown, North Adams, Mass. the last mill in the United States to make hand-made papers. Compliments of Hazlett, Harrison and

Extracts from diary, April 6, 1918: Signed oath and proceeded to Camp Upton....

SURPRISED? MAGICIAN CHRISTOPHER, LEFT, EXTRACTS AN EGG, SO IT SEEMS, FROM THE MOUTH OF SURPRISED DIANA ROOSEVELT, DAUGHTER OF MRS. J. HALL ROOSEVELT OF DETROIT, AT THE ANNUAL EASTER EGG ROLLING AT THE WHITE HOUSE. MRS. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT IS SHOWN AS SHE GREETED THE THOUSANDS OF WASHINGTON YOUNGSTERS

Production. Tin smelting. "Bars" of pure tin are trimmed and cleaned before removal from the molds in which they were formed in a Southern smelter. All the trimmings are returned to the "pot boilers" for remelting. The plant, finest and most modern in the world, extracts the pure metal from South American ore

Production. Tin smelting. Storage piles of slag at a Southern tin smelter that extracts the pure metal from South American ore. This slag is reintroduced to the smelting process as many times as it is able to yield up useful constituents. The large amount of pure tin produced at this plant serves to meet many of the countless war demands of the United Nations

Hydraulic pressure is applied to bags of crushed olives to force out the oil. The first pressing extracts about seventy-five percent of the entire oil content. This is fine virgin olive oil. Lindsay, California

War production drive. Anthracite rallies. Smiling with pleasure, a coal miner reads the paycheck enclosure which explains the importance to the war effort of all-out production. He extracts anthracite, or hard coal, from an Eastern Pennsylvania mine

Production. Tin smelting. "Bars" of pure tin are trimmed and cleaned before removal from the molds in which they were formed in a Southern smelter. All the trimmings are returned to the "pot boilers" for remelting. The plant, finest and most modern in the world, extracts the pure metal from South American ore

War production drive. Anthracite rallies. Smiling with pleasure, a husky coal miner reads the enclosure with his pay check that shows him how he is helping to win the war. He extracts anthracite, or hard coal, from an Eastern Pennsylvania mine

Production. Tin smelting. Pure tin in the form of "bars" is removed from the molds at a Southern smelter. The bars had previously been scrapped and trimmed to remove all excess metal for remelting. The smelter, the most modern in the world, extracts pure metal from South American ore

Production. Tin smelting. "Bars" of pure tin are trimmed and cleaned before removal from the molds in which they were formed in a Southern smelter. All the trimmings are returned to the "pot boilers" for remelting. The plant, finest and most modern in the world, extracts the pure metal from South American ore

Production. Tin smelting. This young technician is using a laboratory balance to determine the amount of tin remaining in slag from the furnaces of a large Southern smelter which extracts the pure metal from South American ore. Accurate laboratory control is one of the important reasons why the percentage of metal recovery at the plant is remarkably high

Production. Tin smelting. This young technician is using a laboratory balance to determine the amount of tin remaining in slag from the furnaces of a large Southern smelter which extracts the pure metal from South American ore. Accurate laboratory control is one of the important reasons why the percentage of metal recovery at the plant is remarkably high

Parke, Davis and Company, manufacturing chemists, Detroit, Michigan. A small section of a storage room where bulk stocks of fluid extracts are stored in wicker covered demijohns

Parke, Davis and Company, manufacturing chemists, Detroit, Michigan. One of the steps in reducing fluid extracts to solid extracts

Parke, Davis and Company, manufacturing chemists, Detroit, Michigan. A step in the process of reducing fluid extracts to solid extracts

Parke, Davis and Company, manufacturing chemists, Detroit, Michigan. A step in the process of reducing fluid extracts to solid extracts

LT. CMDR. (Dr. ) Thomas Hill, a U.S. Navy dentist, is assisted by Dentalman Cindy Applegate as he extracts a tooth from a villager. They are part of a U.S./Honduran civic action team that is providing medical and dentral treatment to eight communities in northeastern Honduras

An Army dentist extracts a child's tooth during FUERZAS UNIDAS BOLIVIA, a joint US and Bolivian training exercise

Origin of Life: Stromatolites Microbial Mats and Mat-Layer Extracts ARC-1969-AC87-0086-2

Origin of Life: Stromatolites Microbial Mats and Mat-Layer Extracts ARC-1969-AC87-0086-1

CAPT. (Dr.) Francisco Ruiz from Dental Activity, Fort Clayton, Panama, extracts a patient's tooth during the joint Bolivia/U.S. Fuerzas Unidas exercise

Lieutenant (LT) (Dr.) Chuck Edwards, left, and dental technician Michael Gilbert extracts a crewman's tooth in the dental unit of the command ship USS CORONADO (AGF 11)