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January: a two-faced man dining

Three small miniatures: two of bloodletting (above and below) and in the middle Aquarius for January

Opening of first calendar, month of January, in red, green, blue and black.

January from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 72

January from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 71v

January from BL Eg 3277, f. 1

January: Aquarius

January: man warming himself at the fireplace

Opening page of calendar with the month of January; the feast of the octave of Thomas Becket and the mention of the word "pope" at the feast of St. Marcellus have been erased.

Opening page of calendar for the month of January. Entries for every line in French, alternating two red and two blue lines, with major feasts in gold. Dragon grotesque in lower margin.

January from BL Royal 2 A XVIII, f. 28

January from BL Eg 1070, f. 6

Opening of calendar for the month of January, with entries on every line, in French.

Opening page of calendar for the month of January including in red the feasts of Felix, bishop of Nantes (8 January) and Hilary, bishop of Poitiers (13 January).

January: Aquarius

January: a man dining

Zodiacal constellation: Aquarius (January)

January: a man dining and warming himself at the fire

January: Aquarius

Zodiacal constellation: Aquarius (January)

January: a man and a woman dining and warming themselves at a fire

January: Aquarius

January: a man dining and warming himself at a fire

Opening page of calendar for the month of January.

January and February from The Peasants' Feast or the Twelve Months

Entrance of the Archduke Ernest to Brussels, January 30, 1594

Kitchen Utensils with Greens for the Ceremony on January 7th

January

The Funeral Procession of Count Ernst Casimir, Stadtholder of Friesland and Groningen, that took place in Leeuwarden on January 3, 1633

The Reception of Louis XIV at the Hôtel de Ville on the Occasion of his Recovery, January 30, 1687

January (one of a series representing the labors of the months)

Titelpagina voor: P. Rabus, Historie van den oproer, te Amsterdam voorgevallen [...] zedert den 31sten january 1696, 1702

Fireworks celebrating the peace between France and the Empire, January 1698

January and February (part of a set illustrating the months of the year)

Upon the drying up that ancient river, the river Merrymak. [36 lines of verse] s.s. January 15, 1719, 20. [And] Connecticut's Flood, on Merrymak's Ebb. [38 lines of verse] Anthrops, Extempore, March 10, 1720, 21. [n.p. 1721].

Extract from the Gazette de France of January 25, 1780

Extract from the Gazette de France of January 25, 1780

January from a set of The Months of Lucas

Congress of the United States: At the Second Session, Begun and held at the City of New-York, on Monday the fourth of January, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. An Act for the Relief of John Stewart and John Davidson

January 16, 1764. To the Honourable Francis Fauquier, Esquire, His Majesty's Lieutenant-governour, and Commander in chief of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the House of Burgesses. [Williamsburg: Printed by Joseph Royl

January 19, 1764. To the Honourable Francis Fauquier, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant-governour, and Commander in chief of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the House of Burgesses. [Williamsburg, 1764] [Negative Photostat.

January 14, 1764. To the Honourable Francis Fauquier, Esquire, His Majesty's Lieutenant-governour, and Commander in chief of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the Council. [Williamsburg: Printed by Joseph Royle. 1764.] [

Mr. Jauncey heartily thanks his worthy friends in this City, for the general contempt they have shewn to the many false and malicious reports which his inveterate enemies have circulated to his prejudice ... New York, January 20th 1769.

New York, January 20, 1769. As Mr. Jauncey has endeavoured to exculpate himself from the charge brought against him in my advertisement, and has in his evasive vindication, aim'd at black'ning my character, by representing me, in conjunction wit

We the subscribers do hereby severally inlist ourselves into the service of the UnitedColonies of America to serve from the date hereof until the fifteenth day of January next, if the service requires it ... [n. p., 177-].

New York. January 8, [1770]. All the real friends of liberty, and our happy constitution, having with the greatest regret, beheld at several of our late elections the most infamous bribery and corruption with the most brutal debauchery and riot

At a meeting of the merchants & traders, at Faneuil-Hall, on the 23rd January 1770. The following votes were passed, viz. … Whereas William Jackson Theophilus Little, John Taylor, and Nathaniel Rogers all of Boston, did refuse and yet delay to c

January

The melancholy case of Mrs. Ackerman. Copy of a letter from a Dutch farmer, in the County of Orange, to a gentleman of the law, in the City of New-York, [and] The answer. [Signed] Z. W. New York, January 29. [New York, 1772].

We the subscribers do hereby severally inlist ourselves into the service of the United Colonies of America, to serve from the date hereof until the fifteenth day of January next, if the service requires it; and each one of us do engage to furnis

Part of the remains of Fort Pitt, sketched in January 1854

Philadelphia, January 2, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, a free and impartial weekly news paper, to be entitled, The Pennsylvania Ledger, or the Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New-Jersey weekly advertiser; upon the following condition

Philadelphia, January 2, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, a free and impartial weekly news paper, to be entitled, The Pennsylvania Ledger, or the Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New-Jersey weekly advertiser; upon the following condition

Philadelphia, January 14, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, in four pages folio, on a good letter and demy paper, in size and quality, equal to the Pennsylvania Gazette, or Journal. The Pennsylvania Mercury and Universal advertiser .

Philadelphia, January 14, 1775. Proposals for printing by subscription, in four pages folio, on a good letter and demy paper, in size and quality, equal to the Pennsylvania Gazette, or Journal. The Pennsylvania Mercury and Universal advertiser .

In the House of representatives, January 16, 1776. The committee appointed to consider what further measures are necessary to be taken for furnishing hay for the army reported … William Cooper, speaker pro tem. In Council January 20, 1776. Read

In the House of Representatives. January 17, 1776. Resolved, that the committees or selectmen of the several towns in this Colony, send a just and true account of all the powder, lead and flints, by them delivered by order of the Congress of the

Colony of Connecticut by the Governor, proclamation [for raising four regiments] Given under my hand at Lebanon, in said Colony, the 20th day of January, 1776. Jonathan Trumbull. [New London? 1776].

In Congress, January 30, 1776. Resolved, that it be recommended to the several assemblies in New-England, to assist the General in procuring arms; and the thanks of the Congress given to such of them as have already done so. Extract from the min

Plan of the operations of General Washington against the Kings troops in New Jersey : from the 26th of December, 1776, to the 3d January, 1777

Plan of the operations of General Washington against the King's troops in New Jersey, from the 26th of December 1776 to the 3d of January 1777.

State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the House of representatives, January 25, 1777. The perseverance of Britain in her attempts to subjugate the free states of America to an unconditional submission ... [Boston: Printed by Benjamin Edes, 1777].

Plan of the operations of General Washington, against the Kings troops in New Jersey, from the 26th. of December, 1776, to the 3d. January 1777.

State of Massachusetts-Bay. In Council. January 9, 1777. Whereas by a resolve of this Court, passed December 10, 1776. all persons are prohibited from exporting from this state any sugars ... In the House of representatives. January 9, 1777 Read

Plan of the operations of General Washington, against the Kings troops in New Jersey, from the 26th, of December, 1776, to the 3d. January 1777.

January 7, 1778. When the chimneys of the barracks of the different regiments want sweeping they are to apply to Christian Apple, at the corner of Race-Street, in Sixth-Street, who is employed by the Dy Barrack Master General, for that purpose.

The United States magazine for January 1779

Whereas the rapid and alarming depreciation of the currency in the months of January, February, March, April, and May last [Resolutions calling upon retail tradesmen for] An attested account of the prices they severally sold for, or charged at,

Benjamin Franklin, born at Boston, the 17th January 1706.

In Council January 3, 1780. Instructions to the lieutenants and sub-lieutenants, appointed to receive the recruits. [Empowering them to subsist such recruits at an expense not exceeding two shillings and six pence per day] [Signed in mss.] Wm. M

Cape Fear River, with the counties adjacent, and the towns of Brunswick and Wilmington, against which Lord Cornwallis, detached a part of his army, the 17th of January laft Jno. Lodge, sculp.

The following paper having been much mis-represented by some person in this City, I have thought proper to publish it, for the perusal of all my fellow-citizens [Defence of His Address of January 15th, concerning raising by subscription the mone

In Council. January 19, 1781. Sir. The invasion of our country by the enemy at the close of the late session of Assembly their pushing immediately to this place, the dispersion of the publick papers, which for the purpose of saving them necessar

Extract of a letter from Trenton, dated. Jan. 20, 1781 [Giving an account of the British intrigue with the revolted Pennsylvania line dated. Philadelphia. January 22, 1781] [Philadelphia: Printed by David C. Claypoole].

At a General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the State of Connecticut, holden at Hartford, by adjournment, on the 10th day of January, Anno Domini 1782. The Gentlemen nominated by the votes of the freemen of this State to stand for elect

Salem, February 22, 1783. Capt. George Williams, jun, arrived from the West-Indies, via Portsmouth, has favoured us with the St. Lucia gazette of the 18th of January ... [Salem] Printed by S. Hall, 1783].

Be it remembered, that Messrs. Samuel Fowler and Christopher Champlen of Newport, merchants [An insurance agreement to the sum of 800 pounds in merchandise on board the Brigantine Don Galvez, dated Boston January 29, 1784].

State of New York. In Assembly, January 31st, 1788. Whereas the United States in Congress assembled, did on the 28th day of September last, unanimously resolve, That the report of the convention of the states lately assembled in Philadelphia, wi

Advertisement. The humane society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, actuated by the same benevolent disposition to mitigate the miseries, and preserve the lives of their fellow men ... Boston, January 3, 1788.

Queries, to the voters of Baltimore County. [Signed] Antismithites, January- 1789. [Baltimore: Printed by William Goddard? 1789]

James Madison to Thomas Mann Randolph, January 13, 1789. Clipping from Virginia Independent Chronicle, January 28, 1789.

In Council, January 21, 1790. Gentlemen. A list of the pensions, who are still chargeable to the State, has been forwarded to you; but it you will perceive that the amount is considerable, and the payment will of course be burthersome to the pub

Congress of the United States: at the second session, begun and held at the City of New-York on Monday the fourth of January, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. An act imposing duties on the tonnage of ships or vessels.

A song composed for the fraternity of Steuben Lodge, No. 18, Newburg, by G-- H-- S---. January 18, 1791. Tune- "God save the King." [Goshen: Printed by David Mandeville, and David M. Westcott, 1791].

Map of North America, published under the Patronage of Duke of New Orleans by D'Anville for J. Harrison, London, January 1791.

An act to continue in force for a limited time, and to amend the act, entitled, "An act providing the means of intercourse, between the United States and foreign nations. 1793. January the 18th. passed the House of representatives. [Philadelphia

An act to authorize the settlement of the accounts of Lewis Garanger, for military services during the late war ... 1793, January 2d- Passed the House of representatives. [Philadelphia] Printed by John Fenno [1793].

Massacre of the French king! View of la guillotine; or the modern beheading machine, at Paris. By which the unfortunate Louis XVI ... suffered on the scaffold, January 21st, 1793

(Circular.) Richmond. January 25, 1794. Gentlemen. It is essentially necessary that all vacancies in the office of Escheator, within this Commonwealth be filled up. I request you will be so good as to recommend to me, without delay, a fit person

Council Chamber, January 25, 1794. Sir. The annexed resolution of the General Assembly is sent to you for your information. You will readily discover from its purport, that the Legislature consider the past conduct of the escheators reprehensibl

In Council. January the 16th, 1797. Gentlemen, The Executive deem it essentially necessary that an accurate state of the commission of the peace in each County, should be known to them, in order that they may judge of the propriety of adding to

(Circular.) In Council, 8th of January, 1798. Gentlemen, My official duty calls upon me to request your particular attention to the law relative to the appointment and duties of sheriffs ... Your most obedient servant. [Signed in Mss.] James Woo

A map of the town of Rhinebeck in the County of Dutchess : surveyed in December 1797 and January 1798 /

A charm for democracy, reviewed, analyzed, and destroyed January 1, 1799

In the House of Delegates, Friday, January 11, 1799. The General Assembly of Virginia considering that the privation of personal rights solemnly sanctioned by the Constitution and laws of the United States, is arbitrary and unjust; that the righ

Constitution of the Washington Society. Instituted the 28th of January, 1800 ....

Design for a Cup (?) with Bacchus and Two Figures Warming Themselves (January)

List of pensioners continued by the Honourable the Executive, for the year 1799. to be paid out of the revenue for that year. [ 27 pensioners and allowances] Samuel Shepard, Auditor. Auditor's-Office, 7th January, 1800. [Richmond 1800].

From the Office of the Daily Advertiser The following interesting description of the late funeral procession is from the Committee of arrangements. New-York, January 4. [Funeral of George Washington].

An act to suspend in part, an act, entitled "An act to augment the army of the United States, and for other purpose." ... Passed the House of representatives January 24th, 1800.