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George Odiorne & Son, have constantly for sale, at their store, no. 97, Milk Street, Boston, nails & brads ... iron ...
Date: January 1, 1834
Genre: Advertising cards
Alphabetical catalogue of the misses and masters, who have, at any time, belonged to the academy, kept by Reverend Timothy Alden, Junior, in Portsmouth, New-Hampshire.
Date: January 1, 1808
Genre: Academic exercises
Portsmouth, Sept. 1853. Dear Sir:--The Portsmouth Mercantile Library Association was formed in April last, among the young men of this city, for mutual improvement ... Samuel Gray, president ...
Date: January 1, 1853
Author: Gray, Samuel.
Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Vol. IX. : Containing the cases from May term, 1812, in York, to March term, 1813, in Suffolk, inclusive. By Dudley Atkins Tyng, Esq. counsellor at law.
Date: January 1, 1814
The petition of Daniel Pettibone, to the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, for the renewal of his patent for welding cast steel to iron, in such a manner as to be applied to edge tools or other purposes where steel is required.
Date: January 1, 1818
Author: Pettibone, Daniel.
A discourse, delivered before the members of the Portsmouth Female Asylum, at a third service, on the Sabbath, August 10, 1806. Prepared and published at the request of the members of that institution, by J. Appleton, Congregational minister, in Hampton.
Date: January 1, 1806
Author: Appleton, Jesse, 1772-1819.
To the citizens and tax payers of Boston. Sir: As a tax payer and an interested party in the welfare of the city, it may not be trespassing upon your time to ask your attention to the present condition of our municipality. ... Disavowing of any party purpose ... it is simply intended by this address to awaken a general interest in the approaching municipal election, and to secure your vote for Frederic W. Lincoln, Jr. ...
Date: January 1, 1862
Two sermons, delivered at Hancock, New-Hampshire, April 13, 1815. Being the day, recommended by His Excellency the governor of this state, to be observed as a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer; and recommended by the president of the United States, to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving, for the restoration of peace. By Reed Paige, A.M. pastor of the church in Hancock.
Date: January 1, 1815
Author: Paige, Reed, 1764-1816.
Divine providences noticed: a discourse, delivered at Rye, Thursday, January 1, 1801; being the commencement of a new year, and a new century; wherein a brief view is taken of the growth, establishment and prosperity of our country in general; more especially, during the last century; and some things offered in particular, relative to the settlement, increase, and prosperity of the town of Rye. By Huntington Porter, A.M. [One line from Psalms]
Date: January 1, 1801
Author: Porter, Huntington, 1755-1844.
A discourse, before the Humane Society, of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston, June 14, 1808. By Thomas Danforth. Published by request of the Society.
Date: January 1, 1808
Author: Danforth, Thomas, 1772-1817.
A discourse delivered before the members of the Portsmouth Female Asylum, on the Lord's Day, August 9, 1807. By Abiel Abbot, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Beverly, Mass.
Date: January 1, 1807
Author: Abbot, Abiel, 1770-1828.
A discourse, delivered before the members of the Portsmouth Female Asylum. At a third service, on the Sabbath, 16 September, 1804. Prepared and published at the request of the managers of this benevolent institution. By Timothy Alden, Junior. A.M. collegiate pastor with the Reverend Samuel Haven, D.D. of the South Church in Portsmouth.
Date: January 1, 1804
Author: Alden, Timothy, 1771-1839.