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Constitution of the State of Mississippi, as Amended, with the Orvinances [!] and Resolutions Adopted by the Constitutional Convention August, 1865.
1865
 

Address to the Public. The Trustees of Jefferson College at Washington, Mississippi, have the satisfaction to announce to the public that the Institution is now prepared for the reception of students...25th April, 1839...Levin Wales, Secretary Board of Trustees. [Caption title & partial text]. 13" x 16," printed in four columns, as though on two pages.
1839
 

Natchez, Mississippi Marriage License for William K. Henry & Louisa M. Atkinson. Dec. 29, 1846.1 p., 4to, folded in half. Inked calligraphic document with official seal. Previously folded & illus. with hand drawn & colored doves & frame. Signed Jos. B. Stratton, Pastor, Pres(byterian) Church, Natchez.Very good.
1846
 

Probate Documents “Writ of Hire” of Frances A. and William A. Valentia, and Albert S. Killingsworth, Wards. Jefferson County. April-July 1858. Signed by Albert N. Ford, clerk, A.J. Scott, A.W. Sutpin, and Thomas S. Osteen, appraisers, J.M. Ellis, Judge. Blue legal paper, 8 x 12.5 in. 2 pp. Docket on verso. Folds, edges browned and slightly frayed, top page cut  2 in. shorter, no loss.
1858
 

CLAIBORNE, F.L. Address Before the Several Lodges of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows of the City of Natchez...
1842
 

McINTIRE, THOMAS. Three (3) pp. ALS, Thomas McIntire to Cousin Joseph Templeton in Pittsburgh. Fayette, Jefferson County, Mississippi. December 17, 1835. Sheet 9.5 x 15 inches, folded in half. Folded with integral address and postmark. Some tears at folds. legible ink.
1835
 

MISSISSIPPI FRIENDS Address of the Committee Appointed by the Friends of Southern Rights to the People of Mississippi, December 10th, 1850. Published by Order of the Central Rights Association.
1850
 

POLK, LIEUT. GEN. LE A Proclamation. To All Soldiers in This Department Absent from Their Commands Without Leave. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside. 26 x 22 cm.
1864
 

SMYLIE, JAMES. Bill of Sale of Negro Man “George” by James Smylie, Guardian of John Cotten and James Cotten, to Thomas Cotten of Natchez. March 6, 1813. Docketed “Bill Sale Negro man”. Signed James Smylie, witnessed James Cotten. Sheet 7.5 x 10 inches. 1 p. Ink. Separated at folds, archival tape repairs, bottom edge ragged.
1813
 

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