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Manuscript Illumination with the Annunciation in an Initial R, from a Gradual

The Rev. Caleb Sherman, of Dover. (N. H.) A lecture and a song, to the Rev. Caleb Sherman, concerning the necessity of fleeing youthful lusts, by Jonathan Plummer, a lay bishop, travelling preacher, physician, poet and trader ... Printed for the

Hints to Elder Pottle, on the necessity of mortifying the deeds of the body:-- By Jonathan Plummer, a travelling preacher, physician, poet and trader. [17- ].

An explanation on the prospect draft of the Fort William and Mary on Piseatagua [sic] River in yr. province of New Hampshire on the continent of America

By His Excellency, Joseph Dudley, Esq. Captain General and Governor in Chief, in and over His Majesties Provinces of the Massachusetts-Bay and New-Hampshire in New-England. A proclamation against commerce & trade with the French of Canada, Cape

Banister-back chair

Side Chair

Side Chair

Oval table

[Arms] By His excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq; Captain-General and Governour in chief, in and over His Majesty's province of New-Hampshire, in New England. A proclamation. Whereas the Gen-Assembly of this Province, upon due consideration of th

An accurate map of His Majesty's Province of New-Hampshire in New England & all the adjacent country northward to the River St. Lawrence, & eastward to Penobscot Bay, containing the principal places which relate to the present war on the continent of North America.

Province of New-Hampshire. By His Excellency the Governor. I do hereby authorize and impower to beat his drums within any of the regiments of militia within this province, for inslisting volunteers to serve in a regiment now raising within this

Plan of a rout undertaken in winter, Jany. 26th, from Quebec, the capital of Canada, to the frontier settlements of the Township of Topsham near Brunswick Fort on the River Ammerascaegun in the Province of New Hampshire, Feby. 20th 1760 /

A map of the most inhabited part of New England, containing the provinces of Massachusets Bay and New Hampshire, with the colonies of Conecticut and Rhode Island, divided into counties and townships: The whole composed from actual surveys and its situation adjusted by astronomical observations.

Halberd

U.S. Reports: Deering v. Parker, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) xxiii (1760)

An accurate map of His Majesty's Province of New-Hampshire in New England, taken from actual surveys of all the inhabited part, and from the best information of what is uninhabited, together with the adjacent countries, which exhibits the theatre of this war in that part of the world,

Tea Table

A manifesto and address from Heaven. by the guardian angel of America; from Heaven, whoe'ere beholds on younger earth grieves at the oppression sprung from vilest birth. To the Governors, Councils, Houses of Burgesses, and Representatives of the

In the year 1766 the settlers upon the New Hampshire Grants on the west side of the Green Mountains, appointed Samuel Robinson, Esq. of Bennington their agent to state to the King and Council of Great Britain the illegal and unjust proceedings o

Cohos. The wilderness shall blossom as the rose. To his excellency John Wentworth, Esq. Captain General, Governor, and Commander in chief, in and over His Majesty's province of New Hampshire on his grant of a very generous charter, of incorporat

[Arms] Province of New-Hampshire. By the Surveyor-General of the King's Woods in North America &c. &c. Whereas some persons have formerly gone into the King's woods, and thence hauled white pine logs into Connecticut River, without licence, and

New Hampshire.

The character and death of the late Rev. George Whitefield ... [Portsmouth] Printed and sold by D. and R. Fowle [1770].

A map of the most inhabited part of New England, containing the provinces of Massachusets Bay and New Hampshire, with the colonies of Conecticut and Rhode Island, divided into counties and townships: The whole composed from actual surveys and its situation adjusted by astronomical observations.

A map of the most inhabited part of New England, containing the provinces of Massachusets Bay and New Hampshire, with the colonies of Conecticut and Rhode Island, divided into counties and townships: The whole composed from actual surveys and its situation adjusted by astronomical observations.

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

A map of the most inhabited part of New England, containing the provinces of Massachusets Bay and New Hampshire, with the colonies of Conecticut and Rhode Island, divided into counties and townships: The whole composed from actual surveys and its situation adjusted by astronomical observations.

We the subscribers, inhabitants of the town of having taken into our serious consideration, the precarious state of the liberties of North-America, and more especially the present distressed condition of our Sister Colony of the Massachusetts-Ba

In Provincial congress. New Hampshire, August 25th 1775. Whereas it is necessary that an exact account of all the inhabitants of this Colony should be taken, in order to be transmitted to the Congress of the United American colonies; therefore r

[Coast of New England from Cape Elizabeth, Me. to Newburyport, Mass.

Bowles's map of the seat of war in New England. Comprehending the provinces of Massachusets Bay, and New Hampshire; with the colonies of Connecticut and Rhode Island; divided into their townships; from the best authorities.

A map of the most inhabited part of New England, containing the provinces of Massachusets Bay and New Hampshire with the colonies of Conecticut and Rhode Island divided into counties and townships, the w[h]ole composed from actual surveys and its situation adjusted by astronomical observations. After the original by M. Le Rouge.

A map of the most inhabited part of New England, containing the provinces of Massachusets Bay and New Hampshire, with the colonies of Conecticut and Rhode Island, divided into counties and townships; the whole composed from actual surveys and its situation adjusted by astronomical observations. Tabula geographica cultis simam delineans Novæ Angliæ partem, provincias nempe Massachusets Bay et New Hampshire colonias porro Connecticut et Rhode Island

State of New Hampshire. By the Council and House of representatives. A proclamation for a general fast ... and do hereby appoint Thursday the seventh day of August next, to be observed as a day of public humiliation, fasting and prayer throughou

Carte de la nouvelle république de lʾAmérique ou les treize Provinces Unies : contenant, 1. New Hampshire, 2. Massachusetsbaye, 3. Rhode-Island, & 4. Connecticut, 5. La Nouvelle York, 6. Nouvelle Jersey, 7. La Pensilvanie, 8. Les Comtés de Newcastle, Kent, et Sussex sur la Delaware, 9. Mariland, 10. La Virginie, 11. La Caroline septentrionale, 12. La Caroline méridionale, et 13. La Géorgie /

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

State of New Hampshire. In the House of representatives, February 17th, 1778. Voted, That one suitable person be appointed in each regiment of militia in this State, and furnished with proper sums of money from time to time out of the treasury .

State of New-Hampshire in the House of representatives, February 26th, 1778. Whereas the present situation of affairs in this State, make it necessary that a full and free representation of the inhabitants thereof, should meet in Convention for

In Congress, June 29, 1779. As Congress are bound by every motive of policy and of public & private justice to maintain the credit of the paper money emitted by their authority on the faith of the United States [Resolutions to borrow twenty mill

State of New Hampshire, In the House of representatives, December 28th, 1779. Whereas it has been determined by the General-Assembly to adjust and pay off to the soldiers who have been enlisted into the Continental Army, the arreages due to them

State of New-Hampshire. The committee of both houses appointed to consider a method for making a new proportion to in this state: recommend that an order for taking and returning an inventory be issued to all the towns this state, in the followi

Regulations of sundry articles, at the Town-meeting at Portsmouth, October 1st, 1779 [Portsmouth, 1779] Positive Photostat.

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Noah Emery Jr., November 15, 1780, Return of Supplies from New Hampshire

[View of Portsmouth, New Hampshire from across the Piscataqua River]

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

Bowles's new pocket map of the most inhabited part of New England; comprehending the provinces of Massachusets Bay and New Hampshire; with the colonies of Connecticut & Rhode Island; divided into their counties, townships, &c. together with an accurate plan of the town, harbour and environs of Boston.

A few lines composed on the dark day. May 19, 1780. [New Hampshire? 1780].

State of New-Hampshire. In the House of representatives, April 5th, 1781. Whereas the present situation of affairs in this State makes it necessary that a full and free representation of the inhabitants thereof should meet in convention for the

State of New-Hampshire. In the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty one. An Act for impowering the sheriff of the County of Cheshire to release from prison sundry of the good subjects of this State, imprisoned by certain evil-

[Coast of New Hampshire and Massachusetts from Great Boars Head to Marblehead Harbor.

State of New Hampshire. In the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-one. An act to ascertain the time for the old continental bills now current in this State, to be received into the Treasury for taxes ... In Council June 30,

An Accurate map of New Hampshire in New England, from a late survey.

Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Plan du port de Portsmouth levé à vue.

State of New Hampshire. In Committee of safety, April 16th, 1783. A proclamation. Whereas the form of government agreed upon by this state, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy six, was, (considering the then situation

State of New Hampshire. In the House of representatives, June 20th, 1793. An addres to the people of the State of New-Hampshire. Whereas the United States in Congress assembled, have taken into consideration so much of the eighth article of the

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

State of New-Hampshire. In the House of representatives, June 21st, 1783. Voted, that an order issue to the selectmen of the several towns and places in this state, who have afforded supplies to soldiers families within the current year, directi

An accurate map of the State and Province of New-Hampshire in New England, taken from actual surveys of all the inhabited part, and from the best information of what is uninhabited, together with the adjacent countries, which exhibits the theatre of this war in that part of the world,

United States Congress, 1784, Connecticut-Pennsylvania Territorial Dispute over Wyoming; New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York Dispute over Vermont

The state of New-Hampshire, to the selectmen of in the County of Greeting. You are hereby required to notify and warn the male inhabitants of twenty-one years of age, and upwards paying each one for himself, a poll-tax in said giving them fiftee

State of New Hampshire. John Taylor Gilman, Esquire, Treasure of said state: To the selectmen of Greeting. Pursuant to an act of the General Court of said state, passed the 11th day of June Anno Domini, 1784 ... You are hereby required to assess

State of New-Hampshire. John Taylor Gilman, Treasurer of said state. To the selectmen of Greeting. Pursuant to an act of the General Court of said state of New Hamphire (passed February 23, Anno Domini, 1785) ... You are hereby required to asses

U.S. Reports: Doane's Admin. vs. Penhallow, 1 U.S. (1 Dall.) 218 (1787)

A new map of the states of Pensylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, including Nova Scotia and Canada from the latest authorities

Flaming sword, or a sign from Heaven! Being a remarkable phenomenon seen in the State of New Hampshire in May last. [179-?].

State of New Hampshire. In the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety. An act directing the mode of choosing representatives to the Congress of the United States. ... A true copy Attest. Joseph Pearson, Secretary [Exeter: Printed

State of New Hampshire. In Senate, June 13, 1791. Resolved, that the selectmen of every town and place in this State, from whom any certificate or indent taxes are now due, be directed immediately to call to account their collectors who are deli

State of New Hampshire. In the House of representatives. December 29, 1791. Whereas a resolve passed the General Court, June 13th, 1791, providing for the payment of outstanding taxes, and the time limited therein for the selectmen to compleat t

Plan of the town of Stratham /

Thomas Jefferson to Portsmouth, New Hampshire Merchants, August 27, 1793

The State of New Hampshire. Compiled chiefly from actual surveys.

By His Excellency John Taylor Gilman, Governor of the State of New-Hampshire; a proclamation for a public thanksgiving ... The Legislature have appointed Thursday the thirteenth day of November next, to be observed as a day of public thanksgivin

Carte de la partie septentrionale des Etats Unis : comprenant le Canada, la Nouvelle Ecosse, New Hampshire, Massachuset's Bay, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New - Yorck, Etat de Vermont, avec partie de Penfilvanie et de New - Jersey

Phoenomenon [Cut] That beautiful full blooded stallion lately imported by Lang, Brierly & Co. from England, will stand for covering this season at the stable of Maj. Thomas Leavett, of Northampton. [Description of the horse] Stabling and pasturi

State of New Hampshire. In the House of representatives, Dec. 10, 1799. Whereas the constitution of this state makes it the duty of the selectmen and assessors of the several towns and places in this State, in warning the first annual meeting fo

Chest-on-chest

"Fellow Citizens of New Hampshire"

Thomas Pinkham, New Hampshire

Ebenezer Spencer, New Hampshire

Samuel Senter, New Hampshire

Jonathan Norris, New Hampshire

James Wiggin, New Hampshire

[Cadastral map showing most of the towns of Groton and Hebron, New Hampshire, and adjacent parts of the towns of Bridgewater, Plymouth, and Rumney].

Francis Drew, New Hampshire

James Runnals, New Hampshire

The murder at Fall River. Alexander B. Beard, author. West Manchester. N. H. [18--?].

Lyman Spalding, 1802, Broadside of Bill of Mortality, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Bill of mortality for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1801 by Lyman Spalding, M. B. &c. [Portsmouth, 1802].

Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1802 by Lyman Spalding.

Amoskeig canal. To the public. The following is a true statement relative to Amoskeig Canal, and the labour done thereon the last season. Samuel Blodget. Derryfield, Dec. 6, 1803. Concord- Printed by Geo. Hough Dec. 12, 1803.

Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1803 by Lyman Spalding, M. B. &c. [Portsmouth, 1804].

State of New Hampshire. By the Governor. A proclamation. It has been customary for the citizens of this state, at the recommendation of the supreme executive authority, to set apart a certain day near the close of the year for the purpose of pub

Sanuel Hunt, Jr., head-and-shoulders portrait, right profile

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 1805, Broadside of Bill of Mortality

Silas Betton, head-and-shoulders portrait, right profile

Bill of mortality for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A. D. 1805. By Lyman Spalding, M. D. [Portsmouth, 1806].

State of New Hampshire. In the House of representatives, June 10th, 1806- Resolved, that the selectmen of the several towns and places in this State be, and they hereby are directed, to insert expressly in the warrant for calling the annual town

A great bargain. To be sold Very cheap by Samuel Blodget, of Derryfield. A farm lying in Goffstown, N. H. containing about one thousand acres ... Dec. 1806.