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The Proceedings of a Convention of Delegates, from the States of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island; the Counties of Cheshire and Grafton, in the State of New Hampshire; and the County of Windham, in the State of Vermont: Convened at Hartford...December 15th, 1814.
1815
 

Connecticut Courant, Extra, January 6, 1815. The Proceedings of a Convention of Delegates, From the States of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode-Island; the Counties of Cheshire, and Grafton, in the State of New-Hampshire; and the County of Windham, in the State of Vermont:--Convened at Hartford, in the Stae of Connecticut, December 15, 1814. [Caption title].
1815
 

The American Naval and Patriotic Songster...in Honor of Hull, Jones, Decatur, Perry, Bainbridge, Lawrence, &c. &c. &c.
1836
 

Norfolk Convention. Pursuant to previous notice, Republican Delegates from the several towns in the County of Norfolk assembled...in Dedham, on the 17th...[Caption title & partial text].
1812
 

The Proceedings of a Convention of Delegates, from the States of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island; the Counties of Cheshire and Grafton, in the State of New Hampshire; and the County of Windham, in the State of Vermont: Convened at Hartford...December 15th, 1814. Third edition, corrected and improved.
1815
 

The Proceedings of a Convention of Delegates, from the States of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island; the Counties of Cheshire and Grafton, in the State of New Hampshire; and the County of Windham, in the State of Vermont: Convened at Hartford...December 15th, 1814.
1815
 

Mr. Webster and His Revilers. [Caption title].
1841
 

Ledger Entries Showing Ships Landed. Boston, Massachusetts. June 20, 1812 to June 23, 1812. Sheet 9.5 x 15 inches. 1 p. From unknown ledger, pp.107-8. Ink. Left edge cut cleanly, paper browned. Fine.
1812
 

A Veteran of 1812. Jonathan Phillips. [Caption title].
1868
 

Essex Resolutions [fly title].
1808
 

ADAMS, J.Q. A Letter to the Hon. John Quincey [!] Adams, Occasioned by His Letter to Mr. Otis. By Alfred.
1808
 

ANDREWS, CHARLES. The Prisoners' Memoirs, or, Dartmoor Prison; Containing a Complete and Impartial History of the Entire Captivity of the Americans in England...also, a Particular Detail of All Occurrences Relative to that Horrid Massacre at Dartmoor...
1815
 

ANON. No. I. The Times; a Poem, Addressed to the Inhabitants of New-England, and of the State of New-York, Particularly on the Subject of the Present Anti-Commercial System of the National Administration.
1809
 

ANON. The Song-Singer's Amusing Companion. Being a Selection of the Best Philosophic, Sentimental, National and Moral Songs...by Philo Musico, A.B.
1818
 

ANON. The Adventures of Uncle Sam, in Search After His Lost Honor. By Frederick Augustus Fidfaddy, Esq. [pseud.] Member of the Legion of Honor, Scratch-etary to Uncle Sam and Privy Counsellor to Himself.
1816
 

ANON. The Adventures of Uncle Sam, in Search After His Lost Honor. By Frederick Augustus Fidfaddy, Esq. [pseud.] Member of the Legion of Honor, Scratch-etary to Uncle Sam and Privy Counsellor to Himself.
1816
 

ANON. The Adventures of Uncle Sam, in Search After His Lost Honor. By Frederick Augustus Fidfaddy, Esq. [pseud.] Member of the Legion of Honor, Scratch-etary to Uncle Sam and Privy Counsellor to Himself.
1816
 

ANON. A General View of the Rise, Progress, and Brilliant Achievements of the American Navy....A Succinct Account of the Origin and Progress of the Greek Revolution. Terminating with the Glorious Victory of Navarino, October 20, 1827.
1828
 

CHIPMAN, NATHANIEL? The Crisis: On the Origin and Consequences of Our Political Dissensions. To Which is Annexed, the Late Treaty Between the United States and Great Britain. By a Citizen of Vermont.
1815
 

COLEMAN, WILLIAM. Remarks and Criticisms on the Hon. John Quincy Adams's Letter to the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis.
1808
 

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.
1814
 

DAVIS, PARIS M. An Authentic History of the Late War Between the United States and Great Britain ...
1836
 

DUANE, WILLIAM. Politics for American Farmers; Being a Series of Tracts, Exhibiting the Blessings of Free Government, As It Is Administered in the United States, Compared with the Boasted Stupendous Fabric of British Monarchy. Originally Written For, and Published in, the Aurora of Philadelphia, in the Beginning of 1807.
1807
 

EMMONS, RICHARD. The Fredoniad: or, Independence Preserved. An Epick Poem of the Late War of 1812. Vol. I-IV, of 4.
1827
 

FORBES, LT. COL. Report of the Trial of Brig. General William Hull; Commanding the North-western Army...by a Court Martial Held at Albany...3d January, 1814...
1814
 

GIBSON, GEORGE. 1-1/2 pp. 4to. ALS to Major General [Andrew] Jackson Concerning Funds for Debt Repayment. New Orleans, June 24, 1818. Sheet 8 x 10 inches. Broken at one fold. Right edge frayed.
1818
 

HAINES, SAMUEL. Letter of Samuel Haines, Esquire, in Vindication of Himself Against the Unfounded and Slanderous Charges of Capt. John B. Walbach, Which Prevented His Appointment as Major in the New Army.
1812
 

LAWRENCE, ABRAHAM R. Abraham R. Lawrence Family Archive. Includes Privateer Business, Barn Island Holdings, Miscellaneous Business and Legal Documents. With Check Stubs for the Privateers Yorktown, Herald, Aurora. 1811-1819. Book 1: Cashier of the Manhattan Company. 794 stubs, 5 pp. blank checks. Book 2: Cashier of the Union Bank in the City of New York. 158 stubs, 88 pp. of unwritten checks, vellum bound volumes, 10 x 16 inches. Book plate of Thomas A. Ronalds, Stationer, at 188 Pearl Street, New York City. Cover wear, spines missing, water and fire damage. Check stubs legible, many unwritten checks in volumes. Also 40 pp. of miscellaneous legal documents and correspondence relating to Abraham R. Lawrence. 1809-54.
1820
 

LEIGH, JOSEPH. Illustrations of the Fulfillment of the Prediction of Merlin,--Occasioned by the Late Outrageous Attack of the British Ship of War the Leopard, on the American Frigate Chesapeake, and the Measures Taken by the President, Supported by the Citizens Thereon: Third Edition.
1807
 

LOWELL, JOHN? Thoughts in a Series of Letters, in Answer to a Question Respecting the Division of the States. By a Massachusetts Farmer.
1813
 

MADISON, JAMES, et a Bound Volume of Twenty-Four (24) Pamphlets, Mostly Related to Pro-Federalist Political Sentiment in Connecticut Before, During and Immediately After the War of 1812.
1802
 

MADISON, JAMES. National Intelligencer, Extra. Saturday, April 4--3 P.M. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside, printed in two columns.
1812
 

MADISON. Further and Still More Important Suppressed Documents.
1808
 

McINTYRE, ARCHIBALD A Letter to His Excellency Daniel Tompkins, Late Governor of the State of New-York.
1819
 

MOORE, CLEMENT C. A Sketch of Our Political Condition. Addressed to the Citizens of the United States, without Distinction of Party. By a Citizen of New-York.
1813
 

NEW YORK EMBARGO REL Whereas, by the fourth section of the act passed on the seventeenth day of December [1813], entitled "An Act laying an embargo on all ships and vessels..." power is granted to the President of the United States to authorize the collectors of the customs...to grant permission to vessels or boats...confined to the navigation of bays, sounds, rivers or lakes...to take on board...articles of domestic or foreign growth as may be designated...[Caption title & text]. Printed broadside with holograph insertions & seal, 8" x 13".
1813
 

PROTECTIVE DUTIES. Duties Payable by Law on All Goods, Wares and Merchandise, Imported into the United States of America, after the Last Day of June, 1812. [Caption title.]
1812
 

REID, SAM C. Jr. International Law. The Case of the Private Armed Brig of War Gen. Armstrong, Containing Letters and Documents Referring to the History of the Claim...Before the United States Court of Claims...
1857
 

REID, SAM C. Jr. International Law. The Case of the Private Armed Brig of War Gen. Armstrong, Containing Letters and Documents Referring to the History of the Claim...Before the United States Court of Claims...
1857
 

STORY, JOSEPH. To the President of the United States, and the Senate of the House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress Assembled, the memorial of the Inhabitants of the Town of Salem, in the County of Essex, and the State of Massachusetts, in Town-Meeting assembled...[Caption title]. Large folio broadside, printed in four columns.
1806
 

THOMPSON, DAVID. History of the Late War, Between Great Britain and the United States of America. . .
1832
 

VAN BUREN, MARTIN. Speech...[in] the [N.Y.] Senate, on the Act to Carry into Effect the Act...for the Settlement of the Later Governor's Accounts.
1820
 

VAN KEUREN, PHILIP J Last Warning! Look on These Facts! [Caption title]. 4to broadside.
1808
 

WHITE, WILLIAM CHARL Avowals of a Republican.
1813
 

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