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Continental Congress Association and Peyton Randolph, et al, October 20, 1774, 14 Agreements by Colonies; Printed Broadside

Continental Congress. Proceedings of the Grand American Continental Congress at Philadelphia, September 5, 1774. Association, &c. ... In Congress, Philadelphia October 20, 1774 Signed Peyton Randolph, President ... Sold at the Printing-office in

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

In Provincial congress. New York, June 7, 1775. Resolved, that whensoever doubts shall arise, which respect to the recommendations, or resolutions of the Continental Congress ... It is the duty of such persons, to apply to this board for an expl

Whereas we the subscribers have broke the association of the late Continental Congress, by unloading a part of the cargo from oh board the Ship Beulah; we do declare that we are sorry for the offence we have the publick there-by, and that we wil

Whereas a report has been industriously propagated in this City, that the Continental Congress has passed a resolve, that unless American grievances were redressed by the first of March, these Colonies should be independent of Great Britain. [Tw

To the Hone. Jno. Hancock, Esqre. president of ye Continental Congress, this map of the seat of civil war in America, is respectfully inscribed by his most obedient humble servant, B. Romans.

Continental Congress, August 27, 1776, Draft of Resolution to Recruit British Officers and Soldiers into Continental Army

Edmund Pendleton to Virginia Delegates in the Continental Congress, July 13, 1776, Private Addenda to Letter of Same Date; Pennsylvania-Virginia Boundary Dispute; Indian Lands

Continental Congress, July 1776, Suggestions on Tenure of Delegates

In the House of representatives. February 10 1776. Whereas the votes and proceedings of the Honorable Continental Congress respecting the regiment now raising in this Colony to join the Continental army in Canada, make it necessary that some alt

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

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,

Continental Congress, August 27, 1776, Draft of Resolution to Recruit British Officers and Soldiers into Continental Army; Incomplete

An abstract from resolves containing the encouragement offered by the Continental congress, and by the State of Massachusetts-Bay, to such as shall inlist into the Continental army ... In Council. Jan. 28, 1777. Read and concurr'd John Avery, De

The hon. John Hancock, Esq. - president of the honourable the Continental Congress

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

Continental Congress Broadside, 1777 : [Resolve of February 15, endorsing New England Conference Report]

Continental Congress, November 28, 1777, List of Expenses; Budget

Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union between the states of New Hampshire ...

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

Continental Congress, September 24, 1779, Memorandum on Gold Medal for Henry Lee for Leadership at Powles Hook

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

Samuel Adams, esqr. One of the delegates from the province of Massachusetts-Bay to the general continental congress of North America.

His excy. John Hancock, Esqr., late president of the American congress / J. Norman sculp.

Thomas Jefferson to Virginia Delegates in the Continental Congress, February 22, 1781

Premiere assemblée du congrès / dessiné par le Barbier Peintre du Roi ; gravé par Godefroy de l'Academie Imple. et Royale de Vienne &c.

Der Congress erklärt die 13 vereinigten Stăaten von Nord-America für independent am 4ten July 1776 / D. Chodowiecki inv. et del. ; D. Berger sculpsit 1784.

[Newspaper articles and notices printed in 1787 during the Constitutional Convention in Phila.]

[Newspaper articles and notices printed in 1787 during the Constitutional Convention in Phila.]

[Newspaper articles and notices printed in 1787 during the Constitutional Convention in Phila.]

[Newspaper articles and notices printed in 1787 during the Constitutional Convention in Phila.]

[Newspaper articles and notices printed in 1787 during the Constitutional Convention in Phila.]

[Front page of The Boston Gazette, Nov. 26, 1787 containing letter to the editor from "A Federalist" concerning constitutional convention]

To the Citizens of New-York. Keep a good Look-Out, my fellow-citizens! The enemies of federalism know they can do nothing in this City by fair play ... This proves, as clear as day, that no federalist had any hand in the paper signed many federa

Constitutional Convention Journal, 1788, with Letter to Madison Dated April 17, 1796

Page 217 from Thomas Jefferson's copy of The Federalist (1788)

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

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, December 29, 1790

Alexander Hamilton , May 10, 1790. "Abstract of duties which have accrued on the Tonnage of Foreign & Domestic vessels".

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, November 24, 1790

Alexander Hamilton, June 1790, Note on Weights and Measures

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, June 25, 1791

Alexander Hamilton, August 13, 1791, Jefferson's Notes on Publicola Affair

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, February 13, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, March 12, 1791

Alexander Hamilton, December 25, 1791, Notes on James Gunn Conversation

Alexander Hamilton to Thomas Jefferson, May 29, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, March 31, 1791

Alexander Hamilton to George Washington, April 19, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, October 22, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, January 24, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, October 31, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, January 15, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, October 13, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, June 21, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, July 12, 1792

Alexander Hamilton, March 11, 1792, Tariff, in Thomas Jefferson's Hand

Alexander Hamilton to Thomas Jefferson, November 5, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, November 21, 1792

William Heth to Alexander Hamilton, June 9, 1792, Extract

Alexander Hamilton to James Waters, December 10, 1792

J. B. Ternant to Alexander Hamilton, March 10, 1792, in French

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, March 10, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, April 19, 1792

Alexander Hamilton to Ambrose Vasse, December 14, 1792

Alexander Hamilton to Thomas Jefferson, February 27, 1792

Alexander Hamilton to Thomas Jefferson, June 20, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, January 26, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, October 22, 1792

Alexander Hamilton to Thomas Jefferson, November 19, 1792

Alexander Hamilton to Thomas Jefferson, October 19, 1792, with Thomas Jefferson Note

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, December 18, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, December 12, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, April 9, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, March 23, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, June 3, 1793

Alexander Hamilton to Thomas Jefferson, May 8, 1793

Alexander Hamilton, April 18, 1793, Hamilton's Thoughts on Foreign Affairs, in Thomas Jefferson's Hand

Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, and Henry Knox, June 17, 1793, Notes on Armed French Vessel

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, April 24, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, September 12, 1793

Alexander Hamilton to Thomas Jefferson, May 23, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton and Henry Knox, June 25, 1793

Alexander Hamilton to Thomas Jefferson, June 3, 1793

Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, and Henry Knox, June 20, 1793, Indians and Spanish

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, March 18, 1793

Principles and course of proceeding, with regard to the disposition of the monies borrowed abroad by virtue of the acts of the 4th and 12th of August, as to the point of authority. Alexander Hamilton, secretary of the Treasury. Philadelphia, Apr

George Washington to Alexander Hamilton, April 8, 1794, Circular

Thoughts, on the subject of the ensuing election, addressed to the party in the state of New-York, who claim exclusively the appellation of federalists ... April 1, 1800. {Albany [Printed by Barber & Southwick] [1800]} [Positive Photostat].

Federalists, 1801, Table of Republican Department Heads and Office Holders

Jacobin modesty! Again the cry of Tory is raised against the Federalists by the modest Jacobins soit disant Republicans.- One would have thought, after President Jefferson had turned out of office James Watson an old Whig and soldier, to put in

Salem Federal meeting. Salem, Friday March 25, 1808. Agreeable to previous notifications there was a very numerous and a very respectable meeting of the Federalists of this and the neighbouring towns at Concert Hall on Wednesday evening last ...

British barbarity and piracy!! The Federalists say that Mr. Christopher Gore ought to be supported as governor- for his attachment to Britain.--- If British influence is to effect the suffrage of a free people, let them read the following melanc

Let every Federalist do his duty, and Masschusetts will yet be saved!!! Federal republicans! Boston, April 1811.

To the public. The long standing, and extensive circulation of the Washington Federalist, renders it unnecessary to enter into a minute detail of its principles and objects ... W. A. Rind & Co. [182-].

Convention at Philadelphia, 1787

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