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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

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

The address, petition, and remonstrance of the city of London, to the King, in favour of the Americans, and their resolves, presented to his Majesty, July 5, 1775.

The address, petition, and remonstrance of the city of London, to the King, in favour of the Americans, and their resolves, presented to his Majesty, July 5, 1775.

Harpers Ferry. (From the Potomac side).

Harpers Ferry. (From the Potomac side).

Harpers Ferry. (From the Blue Ridge).

Harpers Ferry. (From the Blue Ridge).

The negro woman's appeal to her white sisters ... Richard Barrett, printer, Mark Lane. [London, 185-?].

The negro woman's appeal to her white sisters ... Richard Barrett, printer, Mark Lane. [London, 185-?].

[Zorn & Co. portrait of President Lincoln]

[Zorn & Co. portrait of President Lincoln]

[Berger portrait of Lincoln.]

[Berger portrait of Lincoln.]

Letter from John W. Brett, Esq., Deputy-Chairman of the Submarine telegraph company, as to the number and duration of the cables laid by that company. Submarine telegraph office, 58 Threadneedle street, London, July 3rd, 1863. Sear Mr. Field ...

Letter from John W. Brett, Esq., Deputy-Chairman of the Submarine telegraph company, as to the number and duration of the cables laid by that company. Submarine telegraph office, 58 Threadneedle street, London, July 3rd, 1863. Sear Mr. Field ...

Britannia sympathises [sic] with Columbia.

Britannia sympathises [sic] with Columbia.

The Assassin, John Wilkes Booth.

The Assassin, John Wilkes Booth.

Report and statement of accounts to 31st December, 1878. [London] Metchim & Son, 32, Clement's Lane, E. C. [1879].

Report and statement of accounts to 31st December, 1878. [London] Metchim & Son, 32, Clement's Lane, E. C. [1879].

A stand for ornaments

A stand for ornaments

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

The charter of Connecticut. From a printed collection of American charters, London 1766. [London?].

The charter of Connecticut. From a printed collection of American charters, London 1766. [London?].

The charter of Connecticut. From a printed collection of American charters, London 1766. [London?].

The charter of Connecticut. From a printed collection of American charters, London 1766. [London?].

The charter of Connecticut. From a printed collection of American charters, London 1766. [London?].

The charter of Connecticut. From a printed collection of American charters, London 1766. [London?].

The charter of Connecticut. From a printed collection of American charters, London 1766. [London?].

The charter of Connecticut. From a printed collection of American charters, London 1766. [London?].

The charter of Connecticut. From a printed collection of American charters, London 1766. [London?].

The charter of Connecticut. From a printed collection of American charters, London 1766. [London?].

The charter of Connecticut. From a printed collection of American charters, London 1766. [London?].

The charter of Connecticut. From a printed collection of American charters, London 1766. [London?].

The Queen's Neutrality Proclamation.

The Queen's Neutrality Proclamation.

The Queen's Neutrality Proclamation.

The Queen's Neutrality Proclamation.

The Queen's Neutrality Proclamation.

The Queen's Neutrality Proclamation.

The Queen's Neutrality Proclamation.

The Queen's Neutrality Proclamation.

The case of the inhabitants in Pensilvania. [relative to a bill for regulating paper bills of credit in the British Colonies in America] [London 1747?].

The case of the inhabitants in Pensilvania. [relative to a bill for regulating paper bills of credit in the British Colonies in America] [London 1747?].

The case of the inhabitants in Pensilvania. [relative to a bill for regulating paper bills of credit in the British Colonies in America] [London 1747?].

The case of the inhabitants in Pensilvania. [relative to a bill for regulating paper bills of credit in the British Colonies in America] [London 1747?].

The case of the inhabitants in Pensilvania. [relative to a bill for regulating paper bills of credit in the British Colonies in America] [London 1747?].

The case of the inhabitants in Pensilvania. [relative to a bill for regulating paper bills of credit in the British Colonies in America] [London 1747?].

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

The House of representatives of his Majestys Province of New-Hampshire by John Thomlinson, Esq; their agent, for and on behalf of His Majesty and of the said province. Appellants. The province of the Massachusetts Bay Respondent and the Governor

Earl of Albion, Governor and proprietor of the Province of New Albion, to the people thereof, sends greeting [London? 1784?].

Earl of Albion, Governor and proprietor of the Province of New Albion, to the people thereof, sends greeting [London? 1784?].

Earl of Albion, Governor and proprietor of the Province of New Albion, to the people thereof, sends greeting [London? 1784?].

Earl of Albion, Governor and proprietor of the Province of New Albion, to the people thereof, sends greeting [London? 1784?].

Earl of Albion, Governor and proprietor of the Province of New Albion, to the people thereof, sends greeting [London? 1784?].

Earl of Albion, Governor and proprietor of the Province of New Albion, to the people thereof, sends greeting [London? 1784?].

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

True copies of I. The agreement between Lord Baltimore and Messieurs Penn, dated 10 May, 1732. II. The commissions given to the commissioners to mark out the line between Maryland, and Pensilvania and the Three lower Counties on Delaware. III. T

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

The (late) House of representatives there, complainants. Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Governour there, respondent. The Complaints case. to be heard before the right honourable the Lords of the Committee of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy-Counc

To such persons, who go to Georgia, at their own expence, to settle in towns, or villages, already set out, and built; and whose characters the trustees, upon inquiry, shall approve of, will be granted fifty acres of land in tail male, and desce

To such persons, who go to Georgia, at their own expence, to settle in towns, or villages, already set out, and built; and whose characters the trustees, upon inquiry, shall approve of, will be granted fifty acres of land in tail male, and desce

To such persons, who go to Georgia, at their own expence, to settle in towns, or villages, already set out, and built; and whose characters the trustees, upon inquiry, shall approve of, will be granted fifty acres of land in tail male, and desce

To such persons, who go to Georgia, at their own expence, to settle in towns, or villages, already set out, and built; and whose characters the trustees, upon inquiry, shall approve of, will be granted fifty acres of land in tail male, and desce

(Circular.) British and foreign anti-slavery society for the abolition of slavery and the slave-trade throughout the world. 27 New Broad Street, London, June 13, 1842.

(Circular.) British and foreign anti-slavery society for the abolition of slavery and the slave-trade throughout the world. 27 New Broad Street, London, June 13, 1842.

(Circular.) British and foreign anti-slavery society for the abolition of slavery and the slave-trade throughout the world. 27 New Broad Street, London, June 13, 1842.

(Circular.) British and foreign anti-slavery society for the abolition of slavery and the slave-trade throughout the world. 27 New Broad Street, London, June 13, 1842.

London, April 18, 1766. A list of the East-India Company's ships. [London, 1766].

London, April 18, 1766. A list of the East-India Company's ships. [London, 1766].

London, April 18, 1766. A list of the East-India Company's ships. [London, 1766].

London, April 18, 1766. A list of the East-India Company's ships. [London, 1766].

London June 15 1727 … Whereas it hath pleased almighty God to call to his mercy our late Sovereign Lord King George of blessed memory … Given at the court at Leicester House this fourteenth day of June … London Printed Reprinted and sold [By Sam

London June 15 1727 … Whereas it hath pleased almighty God to call to his mercy our late Sovereign Lord King George of blessed memory … Given at the court at Leicester House this fourteenth day of June … London Printed Reprinted and sold [By Sam

London June 15 1727 … Whereas it hath pleased almighty God to call to his mercy our late Sovereign Lord King George of blessed memory … Given at the court at Leicester House this fourteenth day of June … London Printed Reprinted and sold [By Sam

London June 15 1727 … Whereas it hath pleased almighty God to call to his mercy our late Sovereign Lord King George of blessed memory … Given at the court at Leicester House this fourteenth day of June … London Printed Reprinted and sold [By Sam

The case of the inhabitants in Pensilvania. [relative to a bill for regulating paper bills of credit in the British Colonies in America] [London 1747?].

The case of the inhabitants in Pensilvania. [relative to a bill for regulating paper bills of credit in the British Colonies in America] [London 1747?].

The case of the inhabitants in Pensilvania. [relative to a bill for regulating paper bills of credit in the British Colonies in America] [London 1747?].

The case of the inhabitants in Pensilvania. [relative to a bill for regulating paper bills of credit in the British Colonies in America] [London 1747?].

The case of the inhabitants in Pensilvania. [relative to a bill for regulating paper bills of credit in the British Colonies in America] [London 1747?].

The case of the inhabitants in Pensilvania. [relative to a bill for regulating paper bills of credit in the British Colonies in America] [London 1747?].