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The Report of and Testimony Taken Before the Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Delegates of Maryland To which was referred the memorials of John B. Morris, Reverdy Johnson and others; praying indemnity for losses sustained by reason of the Riots in Baltimore, in the month of August, eighteen hundred and thirty-five.

Ferdinand Meyer, Whoesale and Retail Hosiery, Glove, Worsted, General Trimming, and Variety Store, No. 139 Baltimore Street...[Caption title]. Broadside, 12" x 9". Typographical border.

A Series of Letters and Other Documents Relating to the Late Epidemic or Yellow Fever...Also Essays of the Physicians...for the Benefit of the Baltimore Second Dispensary.

Alumni of the School of Medicine, University of Maryland.

Carriers' Address to the Patrons of the Baltimore Sun. For the Year 1838. [Caption title]. Large folio broadside, in three columns, with wide typographical border. Versse in three columns.

Oaths of Fidelity, Montgomery County, Maryland. (1) 111 signatories. Richard Thompson, Certifier. January 17, 1778 to March 1778. 13 pp. 4 x 7 inches; hand sewn booklet. Bright ink, legible. (2) 1778. 2 pp. 6.5 x 8 inches. No cover, browned. Chipping. Legible ink.

State of Maryland vs. Joel Fallowfield, Concerning the Murder of a Slave. "Based on Forfeited Recog. $200., Costs $1.25...A. A. Duhamel. Sheriff". Signed by John Palmer, Clerk. June 16, 1857. Half sheet, folded, 6.5" x 8.25". 1/2 p. Docketed. Browned, legible ink.

ANON. An Exhibit of the Losses Sustained at the Office of Discount and Deposit Baltimore, under the Administration of James A. Buchanan, President...to which is appended a Report of the Conspiracy Cases, Tried at Harford County Court in Maryland.

DALL, ELIZA BRADFORD Three (3) pp. ALS. Eliza Bradford Dall  to Cousin William Dall in Boston. Baltimore, Maryland, November 15, 1814. Sheet 10 x 16 in, folded with integral address and postmark. Folds, small hole at seal.

DEVELBISS & SON, C. Inventory of Stock Sold to Formwalt & Babylon. August 27, 1867. 7.5" x 12.5", blue ribbon bound sheets, paper cover. 43 pp. Lined paper, bright legible ink. Slight edge fraying.

JOHNSON, REVERDY. Reply to a Pamphlet Entitled "A Brief Exposition of Matters Relating to the Bank of Maryland," with an Examination into Some of the Causes of the Bankruptcy of That Institution.

KEY, PHILIP 1750-182 Tobacco Merchant’s Account Book. 1789-1791. 111 pp. Tall folio, contemporary calf binding, indexed in front. Index indicates at least 146 pp. originally--over 30 pp. missing. Flyleaf torn. Ink, browned, in fine hand.

MARYLAND. Proceedings of the G.R.A. Chapter of the State of Maryland...October 25, [1826] and...23d of May, [1827].

PATTERSON, WILLIAM. Baltimore, Maryland Horse Account Book. April 1778- June 1784. 59 pp. Tall folio hand lined ledger with orig. hand made paper cover. Edges tattered, browned & cover has a few worm holes and ink quill marks. The name “Patterson” is on the cover. Pages watermarked “Propatria”. Back cover torn, a few pages missing. Ink.

POPPLEIN BROTHERS. Quaker Merchants of Baltimore Maryland. 1806-1839. Two folio lined Ledgers, one an Account Book, the other a Daybook. Over 700 pages. Contemp. calf, some cracking and separating at cover, thumb index, ink. About 20 miscellaneous receipts, some attached with pins. Browned, overall good & very legible.

SELLMAN, DR. JOHN. Patient Visits. 1838-1849. Sm. folio. 200 pp. Ink. Contemp. sheep. Lined paper. Inside flyleaf separating, browned, paid entries crossed out, bright, legible.

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