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Agreed that the principles and designs of men are to be tried by their actions. "I thank thee, Jew, I have thee on the hip." 1. Has Mr. William Smith denied any one of the facts stated in the queries? No- If he had denied them, they could be pro

Gen. McClure's further relation of facts. To the public. In my last address to the public, I gave a brief statement of some of my most prominent acts, while commanding on the Niagara frontier, not doubting, but the same would have been perfectly

To the public. Fellow Citizens. The subscriber is once more dragged before your tribunal from the duties of a laborious office, and left with no alternative but to submit facts. Major T. W. Smith ... preferred certain false and unfounded charged

To the citizens of the U. States. No. I. Friends and fellow citizens. I respectfully request your most serious consideration of a few plain facts, highly important to your vital interests ... You are blest with the capacity of producing one of t

To the freemen of Maryland. Read, pause, and reflect. facts! Stubborn facts! ... [Signed] Anthony Wayne. [blank] [1828]

Statement of facts in relation to a bargain between Thomas Herbert and Fielder B. Poston, with respect to the appointment of Wood Measurer for the first Ward ... F. B. Poston. Washington, D. C. June 2, 1832.

To the public. The undersigned, persons who have been employed for a considerable time past upon the National Jounral, deem it expedient to offer to the public, a statement of facts in relation to the treatment they have received at the hands of

people from "The History of Jack Sheppard: his wonderful exploits and escapes. A romance founded on facts. With original illustrations, from drawings by J. Sketch"

People from "The History of Jack Sheppard: his wonderful exploits and escapes. A romance founded on facts. With original illustrations, from drawings by J. Sketch"

architecture from "The History of Jack Sheppard: his wonderful exploits and escapes. A romance founded on facts. With original illustrations, from drawings by J. Sketch"

cover from "The History of Jack Sheppard: his wonderful exploits and escapes. A romance founded on facts. With original illustrations, from drawings by J. Sketch"

Westminster from "Westminster Hall Courts. Facts for the consideration of Parliament, before the final adoption of a plan perpetuating the courts of law on a site injurious ... to the suitor ... Second edition. [With a folding map.]"

map from "Historical Collections of the State of Pennsylvania; containing a copious selection of the most interesting facts ... relating to its history and antiquities ... with topographical descriptions of every county and all the larger towns in the state. Illustrated by 165 engravings"

map from "Historical Collections of the State of Pennsylvania; containing a copious selection of the most interesting facts ... relating to its history and antiquities ... with topographical descriptions of every county and all the larger towns in the state. Illustrated by 165 engravings"

map from "American Facts. Notes and Statistics relating to the government, resources ... of the United States of America"

engraving from "American Facts. Notes and Statistics relating to the government, resources ... of the United States of America"

map from "The Oregon Question examined, in respect to facts, and the law of nations"

map from "Report to the Committee of the City Council appointed to obtain the census of Boston for the year 1845, embracing collateral facts and statical researches, illustrating the history and condition of the population, and their means of progress and prosperity"

map from "The Oregon Question examined, in respect to facts, and the law of nations"

U. S. Patent office. November 8, 1849. Sir: Endeavoring to trace up the history of American inventions as a duty appertaining to his Bureau and supposing that interesting facts may lie hidden in the archives of the various states ... I respectfu

To the voters of Washington City. Facts are very stubborn things! We desire to call your attention to the claims of the different candidated for mayoralty of the city, to the votes of the working men ... and leave you to decide whether any one w

map from "Historical Collections of Ohio; containing a collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc. relating to its general and local history: with descriptions of its counties, principal towns and villages, etc"

map from "Historical Collections of Ohio; containing a collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc. relating to its general and local history: with descriptions of its counties, principal towns and villages, etc"

Rhinoceros from "Thrilling Adventures by Land and Sea. Being remarkable historical facts gathered from authentic sources. [With plates.]"

t from "Thrilling Adventures by Land and Sea. Being remarkable historical facts gathered from authentic sources. [With plates.]"

map from "Historical Collections of Ohio; containing a collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc. relating to its general and local history: with descriptions of its counties, principal towns and villages, etc"

map from "Historical Collections of Ohio; containing a collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc. relating to its general and local history: with descriptions of its counties, principal towns and villages, etc"

map from "Historical Collections of Ohio; containing a collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc. relating to its general and local history: with descriptions of its counties, principal towns and villages, etc"

map from "Historical Collections of Ohio; containing a collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc. relating to its general and local history: with descriptions of its counties, principal towns and villages, etc"

map from "Historical Collections of Ohio; containing a collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc. relating to its general and local history: with descriptions of its counties, principal towns and villages, etc"

Horse from "Thrilling Adventures by Land and Sea. Being remarkable historical facts gathered from authentic sources. [With plates.]"

map from "Historical Collections of Ohio; containing a collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc. relating to its general and local history: with descriptions of its counties, principal towns and villages, etc"

map from "Britannic Researches: or, new facts and rectifications of ancient British History"

Interesting facts for the consideration of the citizens of Washington ... It is a fact that Mr. Rufus Porter, of this City, has discovered an apparently feasible plan for aerial navigation, which has been satisfactorily tested, on a small scale

map from "The Cossack and the Turk: a popular Account of the present Crisis in the affairs of the Ottoman Empire; with the facts and documents relating thereto, from official sources"

map from "[Facts from Gweedore; with useful hints to Donegal Tourists. Compiled from notes by Lord G. H.]"

map from "[Facts from Gweedore; with useful hints to Donegal Tourists. Compiled from notes by Lord G. H.]"

Georgia from "Historical collections of Georgia: containing the most interesting facts, traditions, ... anecdotes, etc. relating to its history and antiquities. Third edition"

engraving from "Historical collections of Georgia: containing the most interesting facts, traditions, ... anecdotes, etc. relating to its history and antiquities. Third edition"

coat of arms from "[Connecticut Historical Collections, containing a general collection of interesting facts ... relating to the history and antiquities of every town in Connecticut, with geographical descriptions ... Second edition. [With plates.]]"

U.S. Army general in American Revolutionary War from "[Connecticut Historical Collections, containing a general collection of interesting facts ... relating to the history and antiquities of every town in Connecticut, with geographical descriptions ... Second edition. [With plates.]]"

Wethersfield, Connecticut from "[Connecticut Historical Collections, containing a general collection of interesting facts ... relating to the history and antiquities of every town in Connecticut, with geographical descriptions ... Second edition. [With plates.]]"

portrait from "[Connecticut Historical Collections, containing a general collection of interesting facts ... relating to the history and antiquities of every town in Connecticut, with geographical descriptions ... Second edition. [With plates.]]"

map from "[Connecticut Historical Collections, containing a general collection of interesting facts ... relating to the history and antiquities of every town in Connecticut, with geographical descriptions ... Second edition. [With plates.]]"

map from "Facts and Figures relating to Vancouver Island and British Columbia ... With illustrative maps"

map from "Facts and Figures relating to Vancouver Island and British Columbia ... With illustrative maps"

map from "Facts and Figures relating to Vancouver Island and British Columbia ... With illustrative maps"

map from "Facts and Figures relating to Vancouver Island and British Columbia ... With illustrative maps"

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

Report of South Carolina State Auditor reviewing facts and making settlement of $2,000 for loss of slave; December 4, 1863.

Facts for the people. Who are the amalgamationists? Who commenced the war? Who is responsible for the war? Read the following facts? ... A short catechism on negro equality ... Johnstown Tribune. [1863?].

Notice. To prevent misapprehension and to ascertain the facts in relation to drafting, I have had an interview with the provost marshal this morning, and am assured that drafting for a portion of Washington County only has taken place, and that

third surviving son of King Edward III from "The Two Houses: a Staffordshire tragedy. (Founded on facts.) [In three acts and in verse, etc.]"

Facts about the famine ... New York, March 7, 1867.

map from "Life and Work at the great Pyramid during the months of January, February, March, and April, A.D. 1865; with a discussion of the facts ascertained ... With illustrations, etc"

map from "Life and Work at the great Pyramid during the months of January, February, March, and April, A.D. 1865; with a discussion of the facts ascertained ... With illustrations, etc"

map from "Life and Work at the great Pyramid during the months of January, February, March, and April, A.D. 1865; with a discussion of the facts ascertained ... With illustrations, etc"

map from "Life and Work at the great Pyramid during the months of January, February, March, and April, A.D. 1865; with a discussion of the facts ascertained ... With illustrations, etc"

map from "Life and Work at the great Pyramid during the months of January, February, March, and April, A.D. 1865; with a discussion of the facts ascertained ... With illustrations, etc"

map from "Life and Work at the great Pyramid during the months of January, February, March, and April, A.D. 1865; with a discussion of the facts ascertained ... With illustrations, etc"

Let the American people ponder. Ku-Klux diabolism. Eleven pregnant facts brought to light by the Congressional investigating committee. Its Democratic paternity, its hellish features and party purpose. [n.p. 1867?].

Financial facts for the people. [No. 1] ... H. H. D. Washington, Feb. 27, 1868.

Financial facts for the people. [No. 3.] ... H. H. D. Washington, March 23, 1868.

Yes or no? Plain facts for thinking men. Think first, and then vote! ... Boston. Wright & Potter, printers, 79 Milk Street, corner Federal [1869].

Lincoln, Loudoun Co., Va. Month 4th, 1872. Respected friend: We desire to present a brief statement of the facts relating to two bills (S. No. 260 and 860), reported to the Senate from the Committee of claims, "For the relief of the loyal citize

map from "The national hand-book of American progress, comprising a ready reference manual of facts and figures, from the discovery of America to the present time ... Illustrated"

Bottom Facts / Th. Nast.

map from "[Oregon. Facts regarding its climate, soil, mineral and agricultural resources, means of communication ... With maps.]"

map from "[Oregon. Facts regarding its climate, soil, mineral and agricultural resources, means of communication ... With maps.]"

The President recovering. Facts and incidents of the last week / from sketches by Albert Shults.

Here is the document. Workingmen, this goes to the question of your daily bread. Facts do not lie. Campaign of 1884. Vote for Blaine & Logan. which means protection and fair wages. Read what the Republican platform of 1884 says. The tariff ... n

Please read this carefully. A few facts in regard to Gov. Cleveland ... [n. p. 1884].

Facts for the workingmen! As told by Hon. James G. Blaine, at his reception by the Young men's Republican club at the Brooklyn Grand opera house, October 30th, 1884 ... Issued by Young men's Republican club of Kings Co, Campaign 1884. [New York?

Architecture from "Rambles in Europe ... With historical facts relating to Scotch-American families, gathered in Scotland and the North of Ireland ... Illustrated"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

map from "The Leading Facts of French History"

python from "The Philippine Islands and their people: a record of personal observation and experience, with a short summary of the more important facts in the history of the archipelago. [With illustrations.]"

An interesting account of the great American University now in course of erection in Washington, D. C.; and some facts concerning profitable investments which may be made near the site of the University in American University Park ... Washington

New Mexico's memorial to Congress. A plain presentation of well-known facts showing why the territory should be admitted to the Union as a state. [1901].

Facts for Canadians who enlist for overseas service. ... Kitchener wants more Canadians! Enlist now!

Read these facts about your American Red Cross Its purpose, to care for our soldiers and sailors [...], to shorten the war [...], to lay foundations for an enduring peace [...].

Facts of interest to the disabled soldier or sailor ... Poster issued and distributed by the Red Cross institute for crippled and disabled men, New York [1918].

A few facts about the National victory memorial building ... [Washington, D. C. 1919].

Facts of interest to the disabled soldier or sailor The military and naval authorities will provide him [...].

Face the facts and help to control syphilis Reported cases 100,000 under 19 yrs. of age ... 13,000 between 11 and 15.

Speaks at C of C meeting. Washington, D.C., April 29. During a discussion of banking practices at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce meeting today, Raymond N. Ball, Rochester banker and head of the New York State Bankers' Association, accused bankers of being swayed by "prejudice, custom and self interest" rather than "intelligent reasoning based on facts," 4/29/1937