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Microfiche 1227 21497, Box 66 An address, delivered in the Assembly-Room of New-York, on the festival of St. John the Baptist, June 24, 1788 In the presence of the officers and brethren of St. Andrew's and Holland Lodges, and a number of visiting brethren of the Ancient and Honorable Order of Free Masons. / 1
Microfiche 1227 21498, Box 66 The biographical history of Dionysius, tyrant of Delaware addressed to the people of the United States of America / 1
Microfiche 1227 21500, Box 66 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. They are, therefore, trying to divide you. 1
Microfiche 1227 21501, Box 66 To the independent electors of the city of New-York There was a time when a majority of the citizens of New-York were so opposed to lawyers as members of the legislature, that a single gentleman of that profession ... could not obtain a majority of suffrages ... But the times are changed. 1
Microfiche 1227 21502, Box 66 To the inhabitants of King's County Friends and fellow-citizens, You were addressed a few days since, in Dutch, by a person under the signature of a King's County farmer, intended as a reply, to a publication of mine, to you on the 23d day of March. 1
Microfiche 1227 21504, Box 66 The South-Carolina & Georgia almanac, for the year of our Lord 1789 ... 1
Microfiche 1227 21505, Box 66 Peace and joy being a brief attempt to consider the blessings of the peace between Great-Britain and America, &c. With our obligations arising therefrom. As also, the evidence of peace with God, through Jesus Christ, drawn from the Old and New-Testaments. Together with our obligations to keep the foundation of our peace thus evidenced always in remembrance. With some thoughts on the Lord's Supper, instituted in remembrance of him who is our peace. / 1
Microfiche 1227 21506, Box 66 An appeal to the public, especially to the learned, with respect to the unlawfulness of divorces, in all cases, excepting those of incontinency The substance of the argument was pleaded before the Consociation of the County of New-Haven, December 9th, 1785. : To which an appendix is subjoined, exhibiting a general view of the laws and customs of Connecticut, and of their deficiency respecting the point in dispute. / 1
Microfiche 1227 21507, Box 66 A sermon, delivered at Newbury-Port, August 14th 1788 on a day set apart by the First Church there, to seek the Divine direction and blessing in the choice and settlement of a colleague-pastor with the Rev. Thomas Cary: / 1
Microfiche 1227 21508, Box 66 Liberty a poem; on the independence of America. : [One line in Latin from Sidney] 1
Microfiche 1227 21509, Box 66 The grounds of a holy life: or The way by which many who were heathens, came to be renowned Christians; and such as are now sinners, may come to be numbered with saints; by little preaching To which is added, Paul's speech to the Bishop of Cretia. : As also, a true touch-stone or trial of Christianity. / 1
Microfiche 1227 21512, Box 66 By the United States in Congress assembled, June 11, 1788 On the report of a committee consisting of Mr. Dane, Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Brown ... resolved, that each state shall have credit in its general account with the United States for such sums as became due to the invalids. 1
Microfiche 1227 21513, Box 66 The committee consisting of [blank] to whom was referred the memorial of George Morgan and his associates, respecting a tract of land in the Illinois country on the Missisippi [i.e. Mississippi], beg leave to report ... 1
Microfiche 1227 21514, Box 66 By the United States in Congress assembled, June 20, 1788 The committee consisting of Mr. Williamson, Mr. Dane, Mr. Carrington, Mr. Kearney, and Mr. Wingate, to whom was referred the memorial of George Morgan and his associates, respecting a tract of land in the Illinois country on the Mississippi. 1
Microfiche 1227 21515, Box 66 By the United States in Congress assembled. July 9, 1788 A supplement to an ordinance entitled "An ordinance for ascertaining the mode of disposing of lands in the western territory." 1
Microfiche 1227 21516, Box 66 By the United States in Congress assembled, Wednesday, August 20, 1788 The committee, consisting of Mr. Clark [and four others], to whom was referred the report of the Board of Treasury respecting a requisition for the year 1788, having reported. 1
Microfiche 1227 21517, Box 66 By the United States in Congress assembled, a proclamation Whereas the United States in Congress assembled, by their commissioners duly appointed and authorised ... Done in Congress, this first day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight. 1
Microfiche 1227 21518, Box 66 By the United States in Congress assembled, September 13, 1788 Whereas the convention assembled in Philadelphia, pursuant to the resolution of Congress of the 21st February, 1787, did, on the 17th of September in the same year, report to the United States in Congress assembled, a Constitution for the people of the United States ... Resolved, that the first Wednesday in January next, be the day for appointing electors in the several states, which before the said day shall have ratified the said Constitution. 1
Microfiche 1227 21519, Box 66 The committee, consisting of [blank] to whom was referred the report of the Board of Treasury respecting a requisition for the year 1788, report ... 1
Microfiche 1227 21520, Box 66 The committee consisting of Mr. Carrington, Mr. Edwards ... to whom were referred the ratifications of the new Constitution which have been transmitted to Congress by the several ratifying states, report as follows. 1