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Boarding Gemini VIII

March: men pruning, tying up and planting vines

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

March from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 74

March from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 74

March from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 73v

March from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 73v

March: Aries

March from BL Eg 3277, f. 2

March: man cutting a plant

March: Aries

March from BL Royal 2 A XVIII, f. 29

March from BL Eg 1070, f. 7

March: Aries

March: a man pruning

March: a man pruning

March: Aries

Winter march of Caesar from BL Royal 17 F II, f. 116v

Winter march of Caesar from BL Royal 17 F II, f. 116v

The Months: February and March

Zodiacal constellation: Aries (March)

March: Aries

March: men pruning

March: a man pruning vines

Plate with a depiction of the month of March

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Marriage of Annibale Altemps and Ortensia Borromeo, Rome, March 5, 1565

Birth and Christening of Frederick, Duke of Württemberg, Stuttgart, March 17, 1616

The Bursting of St. Anthony's Dike, 5 March 1651. Vertoninge...Amsterdam

March

March of an army on a plain, the commander in chief in front, his aides behind him, a trumpeter on horseback at right, a plain with various figures and horses in the background, from 'Varie figure'

The March of Silenus

After a Long March, Francesco I d'Este Passes with the River of Cassano with his Army, thus Causing Great Harm to the Spanish, from L'Idea di un Principe ed Eroe Cristiano in Francesco I d'Este, di Modena e Reggio Duca VIII [...]

Boston. March 22. 1672/3 The Deputy Covernour and magistrates adjacent being assembled in Council, to consider of the late awful hand of God, consuming our Castle by fire the one and twentieth of this instant, thereby taking away that part of ou

Anno Regni regis & reginae Gulielmi& Mariae secundo. By the Governour, & council [An order for enlisting men in the expedition against Canada] Boston March 24 1689. [Cambridge: Printed by Samuel Green 1690].

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

March and April (part of a set illustrating the months of the year)

His Majesty’s most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Monday, March the 21st, 1714/15 [blank] Boston: Re-printed by T. Fleet and T. Crump. In Pudding-Lane. Sold by Nicholas Buttolph and Samuel Gerrish 1715.

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].

Troops on the March

March from a set of The Months of Lucas

A view of Savannah as it stood the 29th of March 1734.

At a great and General court of Assembly for the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay, begun and held at Boston the 27th day of May 1747, and continued by adjournment and prorogation to the 3d of February following. March 2d 1747 [-48] The followin

The March to Finchley (A Representation of the March of the Guards towards Scotland in the Year 1745)

A mournful lamentation for the sad and deplorable death of Mr. Old Tenor, a native of New-England, who after a long confinement, by a deep and mortal wound which he received above twelve months before, expired on the 31st day of March, 1750. He

General Forbes' route on the march against Fort Du Quesne, 1758 : this map is a copy of the original map, "General Forbes' marching jurnal [sic] to the Ohio J. Potts" in the collection of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania /

The Speech, &c. Gentlemen of the Council, Mr. Speaker, and Gentlemen of the House of Burgesses. [March 5th, 1759] [Williamsburg, 1759] [Negative Photostat.].

March 6th, 1759. To the Honorable Francis Fauquier, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant-governor, and commander in chief, of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia: The humble address of the House of Burgesses. [Williamsburg, 1759] [Negative Photostat.].

The March to Finchley--A Representation of the March of the Guards towards Scotland in the Year 1745

A general map of the country on the Ohio and Muskingham showing the situation of the Indian-towns with respect to the Army under the command of Colonel Bouquet March of His Majesty's troops from Fort Pitt to the forts of Muskingham in 1764 / / Tho. Hutchins.

A new and true relation, of a little girl in the County of Hartford, at Salmon-Brook in Simsbury who acted in a strange manner supposed to be bewitch’d, in March 1763. Boston Printed and sold [By John Kneeland] at the Head of Milk-Street. 1766.

Cantonment of His Majesty's forces in N. America according to the disposition now made & to be compleated as soon as practicable taken from the general distribution dated at New York 29th. March 1766.

Articles and regulations of the Friendly society of tradesman, house carpenters, in the City of New York, made and agreed upon the 10th day of March, in the year of our Lord, 1767, for the uses and considerations herein after mentioned. [New Yor

To the worthy freeholders and freemen. The son of the most upright Judge, the best of Governors, and the greatest patriot ever known in this Country [In favour of the election of Peter Livinston to the Assembly] New York, March 8, 1768.

To the worthy freeholders and freemen. The son of the most upright Judge, the best of governors, and the greatest patriot ever known in this country [In favour of the election of Peter Livingston to the Assembly] New York March 8 1768.

The massacre perpetrated in King Street Boston on March 5th 1770, ...

On the death of five young men who was murthered, March 5th, 1770. By the 29th regiment. [Massachusetts 1770].

March

A tradesman's address to his countrymen. [on the excise law] [Signed] A tradesman. Philadelphia, March 2, 1772.

To the candid public ... New-London: Printed by Timothy Green, March 1774.

New-Haven, March 11, 1774. At a meeting of the select-men in this town, on Monday last, the following petition, signed by more than two hundred of the inhabitants of the town was presented to them. To the select-men of the town of New-Haven [Pet

[A letter from Phillis Wheatley to Dear Obour. Dated Boston, March 21, 1774.].

To the respectable inhabitants of the City and County of New-York. Friends and Fellow Citizens! [On trade and representation in the next Congress] By order of the Committee. Isaac Low, Chairman. New York, 29th March, 1775 [New York: Printed by J

The following letter was some nights ago thrown in among the sons of Liberty. New-York, March 17th, 1775. Gentlemen. As there seems to be a great diversity of opinions among the friends of liberty in regard to the conduct which the inhabitants o

The plot discovered, communicated by letter from a worthy American patriot in London, to his friends in this Country, dated March 15, 1775. [New York? 1775].

New York, May 8, 1775. Extract of a letter from Philadelphia, to a gentleman in this City, dated the 6th instant. Yesterday evening Dr. Franklin arrived here from Londin in six weeks, which he left the 20th of March, which has given great joy to

New York, May 8, 1775. Extract of a letter from Philadelphia, to a gentleman in this City, dated the 6th instant. Yesterday evening Dr. Franklin arrived here from Londin in six weeks, which he left the 20th of March, which has given great joy to

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

Fresh news from Boston. Copy a letter from a person of distinction at Cambridge, to a gentleman in this City, dated Cambridge, March 21, 1776. Sir, I shall now my dear Sir, acquaint you with some further particulars than which I have been transm

The speech of William Tr[yo]n, Esq; who was executed on Thursday the 18th of March, 1776. Rebels and traitors behold me now, and take warning by this my deserved death.--- Had I but have tarried in my native country, when there last, I might, fo

In Provincial Congress, New-York, March 4th, 1776. Sir. This accompanies the resolves of Congress, requesting you to hold your regiment in readiness to march at a moment's warning .... [Followed by] In Provincial Congress. New York, March 4th, 1

Committee-chamber, New-York, April 9, 1776. Whereas the late Provincial Congress of the colony of New-York, by their resolve of the twelfth of March last, did order a new election of deputies to represent this province in Provincial Congress, fo

In Convention of the representatives of the state of New York, at Kingston, March 7, 1777. Whereas divers persons, inhabitants of this State have, for notorious disaffection to the liberties of America, and other sufficient causes, been sent int

State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the House of representatives, March 15, 1777. Whereas it is of great consequences to prevent the soldiers that are or may be raised for the Continental Army ... In Council March 15, 1777. Read and concurred. John A

State of Rhode Island and Providence plantations. In General Assembly, March session A. D. 1777. This Assembly being under great concern that no attempts hath as yet been made against the enemy upon Rhode-Island, which they consider as a great d

Sketch of Haddonfield, March 1778. Sketch of the roads from Pennyhill to Black Horse through Mount Holly.

[Arms] By order of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in Chief, &c. &c. &c. Proclamation [Against taking by force provisions from well-affected subjects] Given under my hand at Philadelphia, this 23d day of March, in th

Map of Gen. Sullivan's march from Easton to the Senaca & Cayuga countries.

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,

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In council of war, March 12, 1779 ... a true copy: witness, William Coddington, Clerk. Providence: Printed by John Carter.

State of New-Jersey. An act for compleating the quota of troops belonging to this State in the service of the United States ... Passed at Trenton, March 11, 1780. M. Ewing, jun. clerk.

Map for the interior travels through America, delineating the march of the army.

Sketch of the coast from South Edisto to Charles Town, 1st March 1780.

Sketch of the harbour of North Edisto, 2d March 1780.

In Council, March 30, 1781. Sir. The act of October 1780 for recruiting this state's quota of troops to serve in the Continental army, allowed persons to exempt themselves from certain military duties, by enlisting a soldier after the first day

Battle of Guildford fought on the 15 of March 1781.

Battle of Guildford fought on the 15th of March 1781.

In Council, March 26, 1781. Sir. I inclose you by express, three acts of the last session of Assembly for ascertaining the number of militia in the state; exempting artificers employed at iron works from militia duty, and remedying the incovenie

Intelligence from the Southward. Philadelphia, March 31, 1781. [General Greene's account of the battle of Guilford] [Philadelphia] Printed by David C. Claypoole. [1781].

The surrender of government castle, in March 1782, to the late besieging minority

Peace, liberty, and independence. Philadelphia, March 24, 1783. His Most Christian Majesty's Cutter the Triumph, commanded by the Chevalier Duquesne, arrived this morning, in 36 days from Cadiz. By her we have the following very agreeable and im

New York. March 27, 1783. The following is copied from a hand-bill. Published by Mr. David Claypole. Philadelphia, March 24. His most Christian Majesty's cutter the Triumph, commanded by the Chevalier Duquesne, arrived this morning in thirty-six

Philadelphia, March 24, 1783. His most Christian Majesty's Cutter the Triumph, commanded by the Chevalier Duquesne, arrived this morning, in 36 days from Cadiz. By her we have the following very agreeable and important intellegence. The principa

Philadelphia, ss. Whereas Collector of the taxes in agreeably to an Act of Assembly, passed the 16th day of March, 1785, has made return to me, that a taxable in the said has been delinquent in paying the sum of his asseeement in the funding tax

Battle of Guildford [Guildford Courthouse, N.C.] fought on the 15th of March, 1781

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the House of representatives, March 10, 1787. Resolved, that the several persons that have been, or may hereafter be chosen for the present year as selectmen, assessors ... and collectors ...Boston, by Edward Ev

Battle of Guildford, fought on the 15th of March 1781.

Thomas Jefferson to Stephen Cathalan Jr., March 3, 1788, Trip to Holland; John Lambert Receipt of March 2, 1788

Representative of John Lambert, March 2, 1788, Receipt Sent to Stephen Cathalan Jr., with Thomas Jefferson's Letter of March 3, 1788; in French

The Q A loaded with the spoils of India and Britain, March 6, 1788

An act, to regulate the exportation of flax-seed and lunmber, passed the 1st of March 1788 ... New-York, Printed by Thomas Greenleaf, No. 25 Water-Street [1788].