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" 'Defend your country, right or wrong,' is not good motto for a song, or action, if it were could we hope; through all dangerous ways to grope, as did Putnam down that steep, where no pursuers dared to leap? ..." [Jane E. Moore North Leverett] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
"A feast of vocal music." Grand vocal concert by the Young Apollo Club of New York, at the Washburn Hall ... November 24, 1876. ... Programme. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
"A practical joke" Ivorine, the wonderful cleanser. The best and purest article for all washing purposes that it is possible to produce; also unequalled as a disinfectant ... The J.B. Williams Co., (established 1840.) Glastonbury, Conn. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"A soft answer turneth away wrath." ... Sept. 26. 1878 D.W. Johnson, manufacturer ... Philadelphia, Pa. Advertising cards. Johnson, D. W 1878-01-01
"A woman's crowning glory is her hair." Sutherland Sisters' Hair Grower! Will grow hair. ... S.B. Wright & Co., agents ... [Illegible] Everlasting Cologne ... S.B. Wright & Co., manufacturers ... Boston, Mass. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"All genuine has the full name blown in the bottle." Van Stan's stratena cement mends earthenware, jet, porcelain, marble, furniture ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"All gone" Could I have another glass of that Hires' Rootbeer? ... The Charles E. Hires Co., 117-119 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. North End Market, W.J. McCann, Prop., 67 Main Street, Springfield, Mass. n/a n/a 1894-01-01
"Always faithful." ... A grand promenade concert, and civic ball ... Mechanics Hall ... Feb. 5, 1867 ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
"America's greatest flour" View of the world's finest milling plant, Washburn-Crosby Co, Minneapolis, Minn. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Bee Hive," 386 Main Street, Hartford, Conn. Importers, wholesale and retail dealers in dry goods, carpetings, paper hangings ... Star, Burkett & Co. n/a n/a 1840-01-01
"Boraxine" J.D.L. & Co. Buffalo, N.Y. n/a n/a 1882-01-01
"Bronners" Fashionable Clothing House. ... Opposite the soldiers monument. 404 to 414 Main St. Buffalo, N.Y. Bronner's fashion catalogue ... mens dress and walking suits. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Carmel" is the best soap for baby's bath. ... At the foot of Mt. Carmel, a mission society has taken advantage of the superior olive oil made in Palestine ... the manufacture of ... olive oil toilet soap ... their agent, A. Klipstein, 122 Pearl St., New York. ... Advertising cards. Klipstein, A 1891-01-01
"Champion" folding bed. All styles desk & sideboard beds ... Wheel chairs for invalids ... Furniture. ... Boston ... Advertising cards. Stebbins, N. L 1870-01-01
"Clicquot club" ginger ale ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Cottage" lawn and garden fencing. Made only by the Gilbert & Bennett M'f'g Co. New York, Georgetown, Conn., Chicago. Copyrighted 1889. ... n/a n/a 1889-01-01
"Courteous." "Obliging." "Affable." ... Wilmot's Custom Clothing Branch, 27 Merrimack Street Haverhill, Mass. Clothing made to measure at ready made prices! Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. A.L. Aldrich, manager. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Delightful task ... This certifies that the bearer [Miss K. Mirick] is recommended for [her] studious attention, laudable improvemenets, and amiable behaviour in school; and is entitles to the thanks of [her] instructor. Thomas Whitcomb. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
"Do unto others as you would have others so unto you." This certificate of fifty credits is awarded for good deportment and perfect lessons. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
"Dusky Diamond Soap will take that all off." Made from pure pine tar. Made by Jas. S. Kirk & Co. Chicago Dusky Diamond Soap leads the world. Made especially for ... all men who work. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Esse quam videri." Garrick Dramatic Club. The inauguration performance will take place at the Theatre Francais, no. 585 Broadway, on Friday evening, April 15, 1859 ... will be performed G.H. Lewes' celebrated play, in three acts, of The noble heart ... to conclude with the 1st act of Used up ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
"Faithful and fearless." 1845--1873 Eagle Hose Company, no. three, will give their second annual firemen's & civic ball, at Horticultural Hall, Washington's birth-day eve, Friday, - - Febuary 21st, 1873. You are respectfully invited to be present. with ladies. ... Chief engineer, S.E. Combs. 1st. asst. William Brophy, ... Company committee. Capt. Geo. Parks. ... Invitations. Combs, S. E 1873-01-01
"Farewell, a long farewell to all our greatness." ... Subscription entertainment at Mercantile Hall, Wednesday evening, May 25, 1864. ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
"Free Soil." Position of the Democratic Party in Maine. The Democratic State Convention, which assembled at Portland, on the 28th of June, A.D. 1849, and which nominated Dr. John Hubbard of Hallowell for governor, passed the following resolve in relation to the subject of slavery. ... A committee ... reported an address, the closing part of which in relation to slavery, together with a brief biography of the nominee for governor, is as follows ... n/a n/a 1849-01-01
"From harmony, from heavenly harmony ... Grand annual festival of the Worcester Co. Musical Convention at Mechanics Hall ... October 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th, 1867. ... The object and aims of this convention are ... Four grand concerts will be given. ... Officers for 1867. ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
"Golly, I's so wicked!" Lillie Wilkinson in her unequalled performance of "Topsy!" ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Good Intent." Protector Hose Co. no.7, respectfully announce their first annual ball, at Grand Army Hall, on Friday evening, Nov. 10, 1876, which you are respectfully invited to attend, with ladies. ... committee of arrangements. Capt. Samuel F. Barnes. 1st. asst. Geo. F. McKnight. James H. Love. ... Invitations. Barnes, Samuel F 1876-01-01
"He that has treasures of his own ... Reward of merit. The bearer receives this as the reward of good behaviour and diligent attention to studies in school. [Emily R. Carroll teacher]. n/a n/a 1843-01-01
"Heah 'tis" semola for porridge puddings and pancakes. Del Monte Milling Co. S.F. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Hold on there ... Chas. Cornack shoe shine parlor shoerepairing and barber shop. 6 Paddock Arcade Watertown, N.Y. ... Mechanical works.; Advertising cards. Cornack, Charles 1870-01-01
"Home guard." ... Moral use Hire's cough cure. ... Ask your druggist or storekeeper for it. Take no substitute. ... Hire's root beer, the great health drink ... Advertising cards. Hires, Charles E 1891-01-01
"How do you manage to get so clean Jim?" "I use Dusky Diamond Soap" Made from pure pine tar. Made by Jas. S. Kirk & Co. Chicago Dusky Diamond Soap leads the world. Made especially for ... all men who work. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"I declare! if one doesn't use Hood's tooth powder and the other Hood's sarsaparilla! ... Prepared only by C.I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. ... n/a n/a 1877-01-01
"I'll steer them right into that Page fence." Page fence protects. ... Page woven wire farm and stock fence. ... Page Woven Wire Fence Co. Adrian, Michigan. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Kis-me" ... "Kis-me" chewing gum the popular favorite. Kis-me Gum Co. (J.M. Clark & Co. prop..) Incorporated. Luisville, Ky. n/a n/a 1892-01-01
"Knowledge and the Mecchanic Arts," Dear sir: the thirty-seventh anniversary of the Mechanic Apprentices' Library Association, will be celebrated at the Meionaon, Tremont Temple ... Alphonso Baker ... Boston, Feb. 14, 1857. Invitations. Baker, Alphonso 1857-01-01
"Let us have peace!" ... Mechanics Hall ... June 12, 1869. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
"Let us have peace." ... June 15, 1869. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
"Let us have peace." ... June 16, 1869. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
"Let us have peace." ... June 17, 1869. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
"Let us have peace." ... June 18, 1869. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
"Let us have peace." ... June 19th, 1869 ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
"Me wash-ee all clean-ee, me use-ee Soapine-ee." French Laundry is the best soap ever made for all purposes. ... Kendall Mfg. Co. ... Providence, R.I. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Messmates" the amusing sea drama. All should see it! The best of local talent. All should see it! The "Seabright". At Commercial Hall. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Natures realms are full of preachers, all most true and faithful teachers; they speak in forest and in dell; ..." [S.A. Steere from P.E. Phetteplace] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
"Naumkeag" Clothing Company, 179 Essex Street, Salem. Our methods of business. ... Naumkeag Clothing Co., Z.A. Gallup, manager. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"O dear! I wish I could find some cement that would stand hot water." ... Manf'd solely by Tenexine Company, Boston, Mass. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"O dear! I wish I could find some cement that would stand hot water." ... Tenexine Company ... Boston, Mass. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"O listen while we sing a carol sweet for you, may Christmas to you bring blessings anew." With the compliments of James R. Osgood & Company, no. 211 Tremont Street, Boston. The glad year round. For boys and girls. By Miss A.G. Plympton. ... A series of new poems ... n/a n/a 1880-01-01
"Old Folks at home." Sacred concert, at Rev. Mr. Nason's church, Natick. ... Mr. T.S. Travers, respectfully announces to his friends and the public, that he will give a concert ... on Thursday evening, March 1st, 1855 ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
"Old processee starchee no goodee ..." New process starch ... Manufactured only by the Firmenich Manufacturing Company Peoria, Ill. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Osborne House," Central Avenue, corner of Pitman Avenue, Ocean Grove, N.J. Coolest location and best table in the Grove for the least money ... Chas. B. Hornor, proprietor, Ocean Grove, N.J. (from 15 June to 15 September.) n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Our daily fare!" The Great Central Fair newspaper, to be published daily during the continuance of the Great Central Fair to be held in Philadelphia. It will contain: a complete history and description of the fair; full and spirited reports of all events ... Illustrated by fine engravings ... Price,--one dollar for the entire series, 12 numbers. Published for the benefit of the Great Central Fair by Geo. W. Childs, 628 & 630 Chestnut St., Phila. Subscriptions received here. n/a n/a 1864-01-01
"Park Hotel" South Corner Capitol Park. Wm. Jacobs, proprietor. Madison, Wisconsin. ... Fishing is unsurpassed. ... Hunting. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Peace on earth." A sermon, delivered in Christ's Church, Hudson, on Christmas Day, December, 1815. By the Rev. Gregory T. Bedell. Christmas sermons -- 1815.; Wrappers (Binding).; Ornate types (Type evidence). Bedell, Gregory T. (Gregory Townsend), 1793-1834 1816-01-01
"Put money in thy purse" Shakespeare and buy Pears' soap. Matchless for the complexion. Soap Pears' soap. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Red cap" champagne. ... Lamartine pere & fils, Reims, Champagnes ... Samuel Barth, sole agent for U.S. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Say, mama, I want another glass of Hires' rootbeer. ... n/a n/a 1892-01-01
"See what Dusky Diamond Soap can do" Made from pure pine tar. Made by Jas. S. Kirk & Co. Chicago Dusky Diamond Soap leads the world. Made especially for ... all men who work. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Selwyn House," ... Boston Museum ... Great combined attraction! ... February 15th, [1867] ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
"Send for a Wood catalogue." Walter A. Wood binders (single apron), mowers, horserakes, reapers. ... Walter A. Wood, Mowing & Reaping Machine Co. Hoosick Falls, N.Y., U.S.A. ... n/a n/a 1890-01-01
"Star" printing office. 1182 Tremont St., Boston Highlands. Faulkner & Co., card & job printers ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Sweet Bye & Bye" popular bouquet ... Herman Tappan succesor to Corning & Tappan. Perfumer, New York. ... Advertising cards. Tappan, Herman 1870-01-01
"Thanksgiving, 1864." Elegies. Bail, Julina N 1864-01-01
"The California Line" for San Francisco 117 Front Street ... the celebrated clipper ship Dreadnought ... Pier 11 E.R. ... Platt & Newton successors to Wm. T. Coleman & Co. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
"The Canfield Dress Shield is certainly most useful." Maxine Elliott. "The Canfield Dress Shield is a most excellent article. Accept my heartiest endorsement." Viola Allen. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"The Ebbitt House" Washington, D.C. Headquarters Army & Navy. C.C. Willard, prop'r. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company's celebrated teas and coffees have been my solace through life." ... The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., 172 Ontario St., 31 Broadway, 6 Prospect St., 31 Woodland Ave., 550 Pearl St., 2587 Broadway. Cleveland. Headquarters: 35 & 37 Vesey St., New York. 130 stores in U.S. n/a n/a 1883-01-01
"The Highest Type" Starck and Strack high class only Endorsed by leading musicians. ... Starck & Strack Piano Co. 171 & 173 South Canal Street, Chicago, Ill. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"The Longshoreman" a tale of Sweet, Orr & Co's., pantaloon overalls, working shirts, coats & pants. New York and Chicago. ... Don't be deceived by wordy dealers who attempt to sell you imitation overalls or pants which are not made by Sweet, Orr & Co. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
"The Mercury," Charleston, South Carolina. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"The Sign of Promise." A pastoral landscape -- by George Innes. [R.L. Winthrop Esp.] Messrs. Williams & Everett would respectfully request the honor of your company, to a private view of this picture ... on Thursday, Jan. 1, 1863. ... Boston, Dec. 30, 1862. n/a n/a 1863-01-01
"The fairy grotto," An operetta in four parts ... Mechanics Hall ... April 2, 1873. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
"The godly and faithful man" delineated [microform] a sermon delivered at Newton ... in January 1804 occasioned by the death of Mr. Samuel Richardson, aet. 70 by Joseph Grafton. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Grafton, Joseph, 1757-1836 1804-01-01
"The last of the season." A complimentary ball, will be given to Mr. John Klein, teacher of dancing, at Horticultural Hall, Worcester, on Fast day eve, Wednesday, April 6th. Your company, with ladies, is respectfully solicited. Managers: T. Burdick, C.C. Capron, A.A. Barber, ... Worcester, March 21, 1859. Invitations. Burdick, T 1859-01-01
"The miniature blank book." Cutter, Tower & Co. Stationers ... Nassau, cor. Beekman Street, New York. n/a n/a 1867-01-01
"The old woman who lived in a shoe." ... Bosson & Glover ... 6 Lafayette Street, Salem. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"The old woman who lived in a shoe." ... D.W. Cosgrove ... 4 Fairmount Block, Marlboro, -- Mass. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"The old woman who lived in a shoe." ... E.L. Powers ... Hudson, - - Mass. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"The old woman who lived in a shoe." ... E.L. Powers ... Rice's Block, Main Street, Hudson, -- Mass. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"The old woman who lived in a shoe." ... W.L. Doane ... 3 Clark's Block, Natick, - - Mass. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"The old woman who lived in a shoe." ... W.L. Doane ... 3 Clark's Block, Natick, -- Mass. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"The old woman who lived in a shoe." ... We are bound to the Boston Branch Shoe Store. 206 Essex St., Salem ... Geo. E. Pearson ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"The queen of flours" Anchor Mill Company ... Superior, Wis. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"There is no danger. This is a page fence." ... Page fence is made of "page-wire" ... Page Woven Wire Fence Co. Adrian, Michigan, U.S.A. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"This is the cat that killed the rat that ate the malt that lay in the house that Jack built." Since Whittington's day no cat, they say, has lived in so tidy a place, -- but with Williams' Soaps, in this good day, we can clean houses, clothing or face. D.W. Williams & Co. Glastonbury, Conn. Manufacturers of fine soaps ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"This is the cock that crowed in the morn, to wake the priest, all shaven and shorn," who was glad to use some of Williams' soap, for it 's suited to all, priest, bishop or pope. ... D.W. Williams & Co. Glastonbury, Conn. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"This is the cow with the crumpled horn," that tossed the dog that barked so long at the maiden who came with the merry song: "'Tis Williams' 'Brightness' I use each morn." D.W. Williams & Co. Glastonbury, Conn. Manufacturers of fine soaps ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"This is the dog that worried the cat." But now he can sleep while she chases the rat, for since insect soap has made him so clean, he's the quietest dog that ever was seen. D.W. Williams & Co. Glastonbury, Conn. Manufacturers of fine soaps ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"This is the farmer who sowed the corn to feed the cock that crowed in the morn," that "Williams' Soaps" are the best we quote, and the matrons and maidens echoed the note. ... D.W. Williams & Co. Glastonbury, Conn. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"This is the house that Jack built," where all is made so bright and clean, with Williams' soaps, the best ever seen. ... D.W. Williams & Co. Glastonbury, Conn. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"This is the man, all tattered and torn, that kissed the maiden, all forlorn," who sighed for more "brightness" to polish her pan, which mirrored the beauty of all her clan ... D.W. Williams & Co. Glastonbury, Conn. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"This is the rat that ate the malt that lay in the house that Jack built." Then away he ran with all his might, tracking the floor, made so clean and white with granulated soap, --just the thing to clean our houses in fall or spring. D.W. Williams & Co. Glastonbury, Conn. Manufacturers of fine soaps ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Those that seek me early shall find me." ... [Mr. Cyrenus Coe] by diligence & attention merits my esteem [E. Miller] ins. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
"Tourists" "Ta ta, Louis, ta ta" Mestayer's ever popular Tourists, in A.P.P.C. fifth annual season. Pronounced by all to be the greatest cartridge dynamite of fun ever produced. ... Advertising cards. Mestayer, L 1870-01-01
"Tourists." "Do you think you could return my love." Mestayer's ever popular Tourists, in A.P.P.C. Fifth annual season, over 1800 performances given by this original organization in all the leading cities and towns in America. Tourists! Tourists!! Tourists!!! Advertising cards. Mestayer, L 1870-01-01
"Tourists." Conductors. Mestayer's ever popular Tourists, in A.P.P.C. Fifth annual season, over 1800 performances given by this original organization in all the leading cities and towns in America. Tourists! Tourists!! Tourists!!! Advertising cards. Mestayer, L 1870-01-01
"Travers'" American hammock. Patented July 29, 1879. ... Mills & Gibb, Broadway and Grand Street, N.Y. n/a n/a 1879-01-01
"Universal family" Soapine. Kendall M'f'g. Co. Providence, R.I. Established 1827 ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Use Acme Soap" Oh dear, Willie will be drowned! Ask for Lautz Bros. & Co's pure and healthy soaps. ... Shields, Buckley & Co. Wholesale grocers ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Use Fairbank's soap's they are the best." The "Soap Creek" series Fairbank's "Soap Creek" pictures, no. 2. There are four of these pictures. Place them side by side, close together in proper order, for a more complete view of Soap Creek. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Use Fairbank's soaps they are the best." ... The "Soap Creek" series Fairbank's "Soap Creek" pictures, no. 4. There are four of these pictures. Place them side by side, close together in proper order, for a more complete view of Soap Creek. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Use Fairbank's soaps they are the best." The "Soap Creek" series Fairbank's "Soap Creek" pictures, no. 3. There are four of these pictures. Place them side by side, close together in proper order, for a more complete view of Soap Creek. ... ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Used by the world's great artists." Henry F. Miller Pianos, St. Louis agency J.A. Kieselhorst, 2706 Market St. "Home Sweet Home." Advertising cards. Miller, Henry F 1870-01-01
"Wales Goodyear's" ... the best on earth. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
"Watch ye and pray ..." Presented to [blank] as a token of good conduct and a warning against evil. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
"What, never? No, never! What, never? Hardly ever!" Without Higgins' German Laundry Soap! ... Chas. S. Higgins, 94 Wall Street, New York. Advertising cards. Higgins, Charles S 1870-01-01
"Whatever ye do, in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him." ... Reward- one cent. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
"When mother goes to the store for Hood's sarsaparilla. ... Prepared by C.I. Hood & Co., apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. ... n/a n/a 1877-01-01
"Why doesn't your mamma wash you with Fairy soap?" Made only by the N.K. Fairbank Company. Chicago, St. Louis, New York ... Free!! ... we will mail you free of charge one of these beautiful booklets. ... n/a n/a 1893-01-01
"Wide Awake." Yankee Hose Company, no.5, eighth annual ball at G.A.R. Hall, Thanksgiving eve,- November, 1876, committee of arrangements. Capt. Joseph Bolio. Joseph Dunkerton, Asst, ... Reception committee. Joseph Dunkerton, George Sawin, ... Assistants: Eugene Kibbe, Alvin Hapgood, ... Invitations. Bolio, Joseph 1876-01-01
"Yes and Lustro cleans the silver in a few moments, without rubbing at all." ... Beware of imitations. The "Lustro" Company 171 Duane Street, New York. n/a n/a 1875-01-01
'72. Gymnastic contest for the Mrs. J.R. Thomson prizes. Under the direction of Mr. George Goldie. College of New Jersey, Saturday, May 25, '72, ... Contestants. Arthur W. Allen, Mo. Alvin Deverux, Fr., N.Y. ... Grand usher,- - J. W. Hageman. ... Invitations. Goldie, George 1872-01-01
'Champion' turning the rascals out! Success the sovereign test of worth. ... L.H. Lee & Bro., ... Baltimore, Md. ...Champion binders, reapers and mowers ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
(Circular.) New York, June 16, 1832. At a meeting of dealers in dry goods, held in this city on the 11th inst. the subscribers were appointed a committee to forward the annexed memorial to Congress ... n/a n/a 1832-01-01
(Dressing cases). For Christmas. -- We are bound to have some of those cheap books at Kendall's, 94 Main St, Biddeford. n/a n/a 1887-01-01
(The Anaconda.) (Infant Moses.) (Pharoh's Host) Knowledge & fame are gained not by suprise, he that would win, must labor for the prize. Reward of merit. This certify that [Miss Almira Rice] for diligence and good behaviour, in school, merits the approbation of h[er] friends and instructor. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
(The stranger's guide.) An alphabetical list of all the wards, streets, roads, lanes, alleys, avenues, courts, wharves, ship yards, public buildings, etc. in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia, with references for finding their situations on an alphabetical plan. By John Adems Paxton. Directories -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- 1811.; Maps -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.; Intaglio prints.; Cancel slips (Printing).; Paper labels (Binding).; Half bindings (Binding).; Quarter bindings (Binding). Paxton, John Adams 1811-01-01
(Thursday) evening, Novr 27th, 1856, presented for the first time in Boston, the semi-comic ballet pantomine, entitted the Duel! ... the comic fairy pantomimes, entitled Raoul! ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
(Written for the Age by Henry Giles.) James Flint, D.D., of Salem, Mass. James Flint, the subject of the present sketch, was born in Reading, Middlesex Co., Mass., Dec. 10, 1779. He graduated at Harvard University in 1802 ... He died on Sunday, March 4, 1855 ... Broadsides.; Obituaries. Giles, Henry, 1809-1882 1855-01-01
... Theatre H.P.C. Senior benefit, May 25, 1866. ... After a few strains of tinkling the harmony the managers will introduce to the audience that universal favorite, Everybody's friend. ... At the conclusion of this thrilling domestic drama, with its hideous mesh of baffled intrigue, blind passion and carking jealousies, and while the spectators are still guild to their seats, a proud terpsichorean effort will be presented to them by two unmassacred freedmen ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
1 The way the raven ... C.W. Lapham, fashionable shoes, 329 W. Madison Street, Chicago. ... Button & Ottley, mf'rs. 56 Warren Street, New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
1 oz. Steam refined wintergreen lozenges, manufactured by Kibbe, Crane & Co. Cor. of Sanford & Market Sts. Springfield, Mass. n/a n/a 1850-01-01
1 wild boar ... 2 Chinese hog ... 3 babyrousa ... all belong to the genus Sus of the order of Pachydernata this genus is found in every quarter of the globe, chiefly domesticated. ... Presented to [Herbert Watson] by [A.A. James] teacher. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
1,000 reward for the proof of the existence of a better liniment for human & animal flesh than "Merchant's Gargling Oil Co." ... Lockport, N.Y. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
10 10 Reward of merit. This certifies, that [Miss Dorothy Ward] by diligence and good behavior, merits the approbation of [her] friends and instruct[ress C. Barton] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
10 Reward of merit. This certifies, that [Mary Ann Bartlett] by diligence and good behaviour, merits the approbation of [her] friends and instructor. [Maria Wills.] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
103 & 114 days to San Francisco ... The beautiful little clipper ship Midnight ... is receiving her cargo at Pier 9 East River. ... Randolph M. Cooley, 118 Water St., cor. Wall, Tonite Building. ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
104 days to San Francisco! ... The elegant and popular clipper ship "Polynesia" ... From Pier 9 East River. ... Randolph M. Cooley ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
104 days to San Francisco! ... The elegant and popular clipper ship "Polynesia" ... From Pier 9 East River. ... Randolph M. Cooley ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
104 days to San Francisco! ... The first class extreme clipper ship "Polynesia" ... is taking in the balance for her cargo at Pier 9 East River ... Randolph M. Cooley ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
104, 108, 110 and 118 days. Only extreme clipper loading. Merchants' Express line of clipper ships for San Francisco ... Don Quixote ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
106 and 117 days to San Francisco ... Merchants' Express Line ... clipper ship Eagle Wing ... Pier 9, East River ... Randolph M. Cooley, 118 Water St., cor. Wall ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
106 days to San Francisco Merchants' Express line of clipper ships. The famous extreme clipper ship Eagle Wing Colby, Commander ...Randolph M. Cooley ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
106 days to San Francisco merchant's express line of clipper ships. magnificent extreme clipper ship. Sharpest, fastest, and best vessel up. ... Charger ... Randolp M. Cooley & Co. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
107 and 113 days to San Francisco. Coleman's California Line for San Francisco. The well-known and celebrated New-York built clipper ship Hornet ... Wm. T. Coleman & Co., 161 Pearl St., near Wall St. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
10th annual tour ... The original Norfolk Jubilee Singers. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
10th season. Boston Museum. No 122. ... Fourth week of the new and intensely interesting play, Uncle Tom's cabin! ... December 6, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
10th season. Boston Museum. No 135 ... Fifth week of the new and intensely interesting play, Uncle Tom's cabin! ... [Dec. 1852?] ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
10th season. Boston Museum. No 167. ... 10th and last week of the extraordinary play of Uncle Tom's cabin! ... [1852?] ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
10th season. Boston Museum. No 72. ... Seventh week of Miss Julia Bennett's highly successful engagement. ... October 18 & 19, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
10th season. Boston Museum. No. 15. ... First night of the favorite artist, Mrs Barrett ... August 23d, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
10th season. Boston Museum. No. 30. ... First appearance in Boston of the eminent and popular actress, Miss Julia Bennett ... September 6th, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
10th season. Boston Museum. No. 40. ... Second week of the eminent actress Miss Julia Bennett ... Sept. 15, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
10th season. Boston Museum. No. 48. ... Third week of the eminent actress, Miss Julia Bennett ... Sept. 23d, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
10th season. Boston Museum. No. 56. ... Fourth week of the eminent actress, Miss Julia Barrett ... October 1st, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
10th season. Boston Museum. No. 57. ... Mr Warren in two great parts! ... Octocer [sic] 2, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
10th season. Boston Museum. No. 58. ... Fifth week of the eminent actress, Miss Julia Bennett ... October 4th & 5th, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
10th season. Boston Museum. No. 92. ... Last night but three of the eminent actress, Miss Julia Bennett ... November 8th, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
10th season. Boston Museum. No. 96. ... Positively last night but one of the eminent actress, Miss Julia Bennett ... November 11, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
11 11 Reward of merit. This certifies, that [George H. Nichols] by diligence and good behavior, merits the approbation of [his] friends and instruct[ess L.L. Plummer] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
11 11 Reward of merit. This certifies, that [Miss E. Wheeler] by diligence and good behavior, merits the approbation of [her] friends and instruct[ress H Page] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
110, 116, 103, 110, 115, 114 days passage to San Francisco. The ever popular A 1 first class clipper ship Mary L. Sutton is receiving her cargo at Pier 12 East Pier. ... Sutton & Co. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
111 days to San Francisco! ... The splendid and immensely popular clipper ship Talisman ... Is now completing her loading at Pier 9 East River. ...Randolph M. Cooley ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
112 and 115 days to San Francisco Merchants' express line of clipper ships. Smallest vessel up; carries only 1,600 tons. The beautiful and fast sailing clipper ship Flying Childers ... Randolph M. Cooley ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
112 days to San Francisco ... The celebrated A 1 extreme clipper ship Kingfisher ... Cornelius Comstock, 96 Wall Street. ... Ship cards. Comstock, Cornelius 1853-01-01
112, 110 & 108 Days! The world renowned extreme clipper ship, Invincible ... Randolph M. Cooley & Co. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
112, 115 and 116 days to San Francisco. ... The first class extreme clipper ship Flying Childers ... Randolph M. Cooley ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
114 & 119 days! Smallest & sharpest ship loading! Merchants' express line of clipper ships for San Francisco! ... The extreme A 1 Boston--built clipper ship Galatea ... Randolph M. Cooley, 88 Wall St., ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
114, 116 days' passage. Small, popular, first-class clipper ship Galatea Cook, her master is receiving the balance of her cargo at Pier 12, East River, (Old Slip.) ... Sutton & Co., 58 South St., cor. Wall. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
116, 114, 114 days passage. Sutton & Co's Dispatch Line for San Francisco. The ever popular A 1 first-class clipper David Crockett ... Pier 12 East River ... Sutton & Co. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
119 Washington Street, November 20th, 1849. Dear sir, the Water Commissioners ask the favor of your accompanying them on a visit to Lake Cochituate and the line of Aqueduct, ... An extra train will leave the Worcester Railroad Station, Kneeland Street ... Nathan Hale, James F. Baldwin, Thomas B. Curtis. Invitations. Hale, Nathan, 1784-1863 1849-01-01
119 days to San Francisco! ... The splended little clipper ship Isacc Jeanes ... Randolph M . Cooley ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
119, 117, & 107 days to San Francisco! The small and very popular slipper ship "Robin Hood" ... is completing her cargo at Pier 18, East River ... George D. Sutton ... Ship cards. Sutton, George D 1853-01-01
120, 126, 122 days to San Francisco. ... The A 1 extreme clipper ship Mary Robinson ... Is now rapidly loading at Pier 11 East River. ...Wm. T. Coleman & Co., 161 Pearl St. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
128 days' passage to San Francisco. ... The superb A 1 first-class clipper ship R. Robinson ... At Pier 18, East River, and will have immediate dispatch. ... George D. Sutton, 70 Wall Street. ... Ship cards. Sutton, George D 1853-01-01
1492 1776 Columbian ball in celebration of the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus and the perpetuation of American Liberty by George Washington. Wednesday evening, February 22nd. 1893. Washington's birthday. Mechanic's Building, Huntington Avenue, Boston ... n/a n/a 1893-01-01
1492. 1892. The city of New York requests the honor of your presence at its celebration of the four hundredth anniversary of the discovery of America, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, October 10th, 11th, 12th & 13th 1892. Committee of invitation and reception. Hugh J. Grant, Mayor ... Invitations. Grant, Hugh J 1892-01-01
14th Street Theatre, (formerly Theatre Francis) ... Last night but one of Marie Seebach's performances in New York ... Friday, October 28, [1870] ... when will be presented an immensly attractive bill. By request, Scribe's masterwork, Valerie, the blind orphan ... To conclude with last of Faust! ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
15 merits National Bank of Merit. 5 shares of stock. [L.M. Wilmarth] teacher. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
15 merits National Bank of Merit. 5 shares of stock. [L.M. Wilmarth] teacher. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
15 merits National Bank of Merit. 5 shares of stock. [blank] teacher. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
155, Broadway, (two doors below that of the old firm,) December 15th,, 1848. Mr. George P. Putnam (of the late firm of Wiley & Putnam,) has just returned from London & Paris with an extensive and valuable collection of choice and elegant books ... Advertising cards. Putnam, George Palmer, 1814-1872 1848-01-01
1620. 1870. Pilgrim memorial meeting, Mechanics Hall, Wednesday, December 21st, at 10.30 o'clock a.m. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
1642 - 1892. The honor of your presence is respectfully desired on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the 24th, 25th abd 26th of August, 1892, at the celebration of the 250th anniverdary of the incorporation of the town of Gloucester. .. Asa G. Andrews ... Invitations. Andrews, Asa G 1892-01-01
1775. 1875. City of Cambridge. The pleasure of your company is requested on Saturday, July 3rd, 1875, at the Centennial celebration of Washington's assuming command of the American Army on Cambridge Common. Issac Bradford, Mayor, for committee of arrangements. ... Invitations. Bradford, Isaac 1875-01-01
1775. Lexington 1875. Grand levee and ball to close the centennial celebration. The citizens of Lexington request the pleasure of your company with ladies, at a pavilion on the Old Battle Ground, Monday evening, April 19th 1875. Committee, Charles C. Goodwin. George O. Davis. Frank V. Butters. ... Invitations. Goodwin, C. C. (Charles Carroll), 1832-1917 1875-01-01
1775. Lexington. 1875. April nineteenth. [Hon. Stephen Salisbury. Worcester, Mass.] The citizens of the town of Lexington, Mass. cordially welcome you to the centennial celebration of the day which made their town historic and our country free. Charles Hudson. M.H. Merriam. Wm. H. Munroe. committee on invitations. Invitations. Hudson, Charles, 1795-1881 1875-01-01
1775. Old North Bridge. 1875. The citizens of Concord cordially invite you to be present with ladies at the Grand centennial military and civic Ball on Monday evening April 19th 1875 at Agricultural Hall. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
1776. 1876. Centennial exhibition, open in Philadelphia for visitors from May 10th to November 10th, 1876, the admission to the entire exhibition will be 50c. Compliments of The Exhibition Transfer Co. Limited, of Philadelphia. General office: S.E. corner Broad and Chestnut Streets. 1876. ... J.H. Benham, Jr., Gen'l superintendent. Invitations. Benham, J. H 1876-01-01
1776. 1876. Two centennial concerts ... Broadway Universalist Church ... February 16 and 17 ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
1776. Centennial exhibition, 1876. ... Compliments of the Exhibition Transfer Co. Limited, of Philadelphia. ... The limited number of public carriages in this city, and the anticipated over-crowding of street cars during the Centennial Exhibition, has rendered necessary the providing of other means of passenger conveyance ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
1776. Fancy dress centennial ball. 1876. Music Hall, Thursday evening, February 24th, ... Ladies' committee. Mrs. N. Silsbee. Mrs. John Revere. ... Honorary committee. His Excellency, Alexander H. Rice His honor, Samuel C. Cobb. ... Invitations. Silsbee, N., Mrs 1876-01-01
1841 Boston Museum 1875 ... Dec. 4th, 1875 ... Positively last representations of Boucicault's great scenic play ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
1841 Boston Museum 1875 ... Fourth week of the overwhelming success! ... November 8th, 1875 ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
1841 Boston Museum 1875 ... Gilbert & Warren. June 3d and 5th, 1875 ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
1841 Boston Museum 1875 ... Last performances if the new play. ... Dec. 28 and 29, 1875 ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
1841 Boston Museum 1875 ... Positively one week only. ... Aug. 16, 1875 ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
1841 Boston Museum 1875 ... Regular summer season. ... Aug. 2, 1875. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
1841 Boston Museum 1876 ... Amateur dramatic performance! ... Nov. 25, 1876 ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
1841 Boston Museum 1876 ... For 4 performances only! ... October 17, 18 and 19, 1876 ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
1841 Boston Museum 1876 ... The new play a most brilliant success! ... Jan. 15th, 1876 ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
1841. Maplewood Institute 1871. Thirtieth anniversary. ... July 6th, 1871. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
1845. 1870. Twenty-fifth anniversary. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Rice, Jr. request the pleasure of your company on Monday eveg Sept. 26th at 8 o'clock. Rebecca R. Breck. Newton, Lower Falls. Marriage reception of their son at the same hour. (on calling card)- Mattie C. Hagar. Edward T. Rice. Ceremony St. Mary's Church. ... Invitations. Rice, Thomas, 1810 or 11-1873 1870-01-01
1848. 1873. Mr. & Mrs. A.W. Putnam will recieve their friends Monday eveing, June 23rd, 1873, ... Twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage. Mary L. Knight. Sutton. Invitations. Knight, Mary L 1873-01-01
1854-55 Boston assemblies. There will be four assemblies at the Union Hall, the first on Thursday, December 14th; the second on Thursday, January 4th ... Managers; David Sears ... Invitations. Sears, David, 1822-1874 1854-01-01
1865. Worcester County Musical Convention. The annual session ... Mechanics Hall ... October 23, 1865 ... The first an organ concert .... Oct. 24th ... The second a miscellaneous concert .... October 26th ... Oct. 27th with a grand finale concert ... Officers for 1865. ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
1868 Worcester County Musical Convention. Eleventh annual festival at Mechanics Hall ... Finale concert ... October 23, 1868 ... Programme. ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
1868. F.L.A. 1875. The Boston English Opera Company ... Under the auspices of the Franklin Literary Association ... Maritana, at Huntington Hall ... September 30th. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
1868. Special wholesale price list of diaries, manufactured and for sale to the trade by William H. Hill, Jr. & Co., publishers, blank book manufacturers, and wholesale dealers in school books and stationery, 30 & 32 Cornhill, Boston. We respectfully announce to the trade that we have issued our diaries for 1868 ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
1870. Going to Smith's palace to get baked. Smith Brothers. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
1871. 1876. Grand dedication ball at Town Hall, Ayer, on Thursday evening, October 26th, 1876. To which your company with ladies is respectfully solicited. ... Floor director, Simeon Green. Aids. Ned Sanders, Geo. E. Dudley, ... Reception committee. E.C. Willard, Arthur Fenner, Alfred Page, ... Invitations. Willard, E. C 1876-01-01
1871. 1879. The Jubilee Singers. Original company, from Fisk University ... The ninth season of their original, unique and popular entertainments. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
1871. Fourteenth annual festival of the Worcester Co. Musical Convention. First grand concert of the series of four ... Oct. 25 ... Programme. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
1871. Fourteenth annual festival of the Worcester County Musical Convention. The artists' concert, being the second grand concert of the series of four ... Oct. 26 ... Programme. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
1871. Fourteenth annual festival of the Worcester County Musical Convention. Third grand concert of the series of four ... Oct. 27. ... Programme. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
1875 1876 Sodality lecture course. Mechanics Hall, St. Patrick's night, March 17th, 1876. Grand musical entertainment ... Programme. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
1875. 23d annual festival of the Cheshire County musical convention at Keene, N.H., August 16, 17, 18, 19 & 20. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
1876. Grafton High School, March 23 and 24. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
1881 A Happy New Year! Wm. Gruenhagen, successor to Geo. Hass & Co., fine candies, 20 Kearny Street, San Franisco. Mr. Haas having retired November 4th, 1880, W. Gruenhagen-his partner for 14 years-continues the business as sole proprietor. Advertising cards. Gruenhagen, William 1881-01-01
1881. Souvenir de l'exposition de Montreal. Sept. 14-23. ... Avec les compliments de Frost & Wood, manufacturers d'Instruments aratoires, Smith's Falls, Ont. ... n/a n/a 1881-01-01
1881. Time table. 1881. Boston & Hingham Steamboat Co. and Nantasket Beach Railroad Co. ... n/a n/a 1881-01-01
1883 ... American exposition ... Boston, Mass. Sept. & Oct. n/a n/a 1883-01-01
1884 Time table Boston & Hingham Steamboat Co. On and after Aug. 1, 1884, steamers will leave Rowe's Wharf, ... Horsford's acid phosphate. ... n/a n/a 1884-01-01
1894. Steamer Soo City. Chicago and Michigan City fast freight line. General office: 35 Metropolitan Block. ... W.R. Owen, general manager. ... n/a n/a 1894-01-01
1896. Time table. Steamer Munnatawket between Fishers Island and New London. ... Munnatawket Hotel, A.T. Hale, manager. Thirty minutes from New London. ... Fishers Island, N.Y. ... n/a n/a 1896-01-01
18[27.] Reward of merit presented to [Master W.B. Callender] for [diligent] attention to studies and good behavior [sic] in school by [his] teacher [Y Gutterson.] n/a n/a 1827-01-01
2 2 Reward of merit. This certifies, that [Abigail Lovejoy] by diligence and good behaviour, merits the approbation of [her] friends and instruct[ress. J.D. Scoby] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
2 Of course ... Button & Ottley, mf'rs. 56 Warren Street, New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
201 E.&F. Shrier proprietors Ohio Hall Clothing House. Gent's & boys clothing. 201 Montgomery St., cor. Bush, Russ Block, S.F. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
22 & 24 North William St. Heppenheimer & Maurer. Lithographers. Engravers & printers. Cigar, tobacco, wine & liquor labels ... Constantly on hand. ... New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
22 & 24 North William St. Heppenheimer & Maurer. Lithographers. Engravers & printers. Cigar, tobacco, wine & liquor labels ... constantly on hand. ... New York. ... Chicago, Ills. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
2203 Eagle magic knife ... Eagle Pencil Co. Pat May 20. 79. June 5. 83. ... n/a n/a 1883-01-01
241 Pearl Street, N.Y. Neilson, Wardwell & Co., successors to Richard Patrick & Co., importers and wholesale dealers in foreign & domestic hardware, guns ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
25 lbs. Lady mixed 25 lbs. With fine umbrella having a self opening automatic attachment. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
25th annual fast night concert ... April 6, 1871. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
3 He skipped and hopped ... C.W. Lapham, fashionable shoes, 329 W. Madison Street, Chicago. ... Button & Ottley, mf'rs. 56 Warren Street, New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
3 School St. Boston, Marden & Kimball, book & job printers ... n/a n/a 1837-01-01
32 Franklin Street, Boston. Visit D. Lothrop & Co.'s bookstore, 32 Franklin St., Boston. Wide Awake ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
334 Main St. Worcester, I.H. Stockwell, optician, spectacle depot, (established 1858) ... Spectacles adapted after a careful examination of the eye, warranted to suit. ... Advertising cards. Stockwell, I. H 1870-01-01
4 In a bottle ... C.W. Lapham, fashionable shoes, 329 W. Madison Street, Chicago. ... Button & Ottley, mf'rs. 56 Warren Street, New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
4 Main St. Chas. Allyn, bookseller, Easter cards, latest novelties in great variety. Come see. Advertising cards. Allyn, Charles 1884-01-01
4 Reward of merit. This certifies, that [Mary E.L. Porter] by diligence and good behavior, merits the approbation of [her] friends and instruct[er Clara P. Buttrick] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
5 Reward of merit. This certifies, that [Master George Nichols] by diligence and good behavior, merits the approbation of [her] friends and instruct [L.L. Plummer] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
5 So you see ... C.W. Lapham, fashionable shoes, 329 W. Madison Street, Chicago. ... Button & Ottley, mf'rs. 56 Warren Street, New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
5 V. dollars Worcester. Reward of merit. This certifies that [Miss Adaline Collamore] by diligence and good behaviour, merits the approbation of [her] friends and instruct[er Wales R. Clift] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
5 Washington St., Malden, Mass. Mrs. Dr. Clark Bickford ... Malden, Mass. ...Clairvoyant examinations every day during office hours ... Mocipac liniment ... Dr. Bickford's syrup ... Dr. Bickford's liver compound ... Advertising cards. Bickford, Clark, Mrs. Dr 1870-01-01
5 ton wagon scales. $60. Jones, he pays the freight ... All sizes of scales equally low. ... Jones of Binghamton, Binghamton, N.Y. n/a n/a 1884-01-01
50 20 Reward of merit. This certifies that M[aster Wm Gray] by diligence and good conduct merits approbation. [Gideon Dana] inst. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
50 50 [No 17 Range 4] Please pay to the bearer. [Lydia Hook 6 14 cts.] As a reward of merit. [March 11th 1844] A.Q. Allen. [April 10th 1844 received the within in full. Lydia A. Hook] n/a n/a 1844-01-01
52 Court St. opposite the N. England museum. Henry Prentiss umbrella & musical instrument manufacturer. Advertising cards. Prentiss, Henry, 1801-1859 1830-01-01
5th Avenue Theare. Mr. James Lewis begs to announce to his world of friends that his benefit will take place on ... May 20th, 1876 ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
5th Avenue Theatre. ... July 31st, 1876 ... Mr. Sothern who will appear for the first time in two years ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
6 Reward of merit. This certifies, that [Abigail Lovejoy] by diligence and good behavior, merits the approbation of [her] friends and instruct[ress J.D. Scobey] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
60 Merits to [Nahum D. Goddard] pupil from [Emma Blood] teacher. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
60 merits. To [Nahum D. Goddard] pupil from [Emma J. Blood] teacher. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
61st season. ... Boston Music Hall ... April 9, 1876. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
6291 feet above the sea level. Mount Washington Summit House. White Mountains, N.H. Chas. G. Emmons, proprietor. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
822 Chestnut Steet. Excelsior and Wanamaker. The preplexing problem of how to dress boys well and cheaply is solved by a visit to our department for boys. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
842 Broadway, corner 13th St., New York, N.Y. M.C. Lilley & Co. manufacturers of military & society goods. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
87 A.R. Wood, dealer in fine and heavy boots, shoes & rubbers ... 87 Court Street ... Binghamton, N.Y. ... Advertising cards. Wood, A. R 1870-01-01
8th Season Boston Museum. No. 320. ... Farewell engagement of the celebrated actor, Mr. C.D. Pitt. Re-engagement of the eminent actress, Mrs. Barrett ... June 17th, 1851 ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
8th Season Boston Museum. No. 368 ... Last night but one of Horn, Wells, and Briggs' Ethiopian serenaders! Benefit of Eve Horn! ... August 1st, 1851 ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
8th Wonder or Engle Clock. Scientifically marvelous artistically beautiful. Now on exhibition through the principal cities of the United States. Capt. J. Reid, Manager. ... Advertising cards. Engle, Stephen Decatur, 1837-1921 1877-01-01
8th season Boston Museum. No. 190. ... Fourth appearance of the celebrated actor, Mr C.D. Pitt! Engagement of the eminent actress, Mrs Barrett ... Feb. 6th, 1851. ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
8th season Boston Museum. No. 308. ... Engagement of the eminent actress, Mrs. Barrett ... June 5th, 1851 ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
8th season. Boston Museum no. 178 ... Saturday, January 25th, 1851 ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
9 9 Reward of merit. This certifies, that [Harriet Jackson] by diligence and good behavior, merits the approbation of [blank] friends and instruct[or H.E. Vary] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
90 days to San Francisco! ... The far-famed A 1 clipper ship Sword Fish ... is rapidly completing her loading at Pier 9, East River. ... Randolph M. Cooley ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
949 hexagon plain. ... Eagle Pencil Co's slate pencils in wood ... East 14th St. N.Y. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
97 days to San Francisco. Merchants express line of clipper ships. ... "Comet," Todd, commander at Pier 9 East River ... Randolph M. Cooley, 118 Water Street, cor. Wall ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
99 Days!! To San Francisco Sutton & Co's Dispatch Line. Clipper of Saturday, 6th April. The famous and celebrated A 1 first class clipper ship Neptune's Car ... Is receiving her cargo at Pier 10 E. R. ... Sutton & Co., 58 South St., corner of Wall. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
99, 114 and 110 days to San Francisco. ... The well-known magnificent A 1 clipper ship Twilight ... At Pier 16 East River. ... Randolph M. Cooley ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
9th eason Boston Museum. No. 132. ... Immense success of the new American comedy, Nature's nobleman ... December 4th, 1851 ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 100. ... Fourth time of the splendid romance, The seven castles! ... Nov. 5th, 1851 ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 107. ... Second week of the splendid romance, The seven castles! ... Nov. 12th, 1851 ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 118. ... Mad. Radinski will make her 1st appearance on any stage in the character of Gertrude. ... November 24th, 25th and 26th, 1851. ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 162. ... Observe this bill! The great domestic play! ... January 3, 1852. n/a n/a 1852-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 187. ... Engagement of the eminent actress, Mrs. Barrett ... Jan'ry 28th & 29th [1852] ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 189. ... Benefit of Mrs. Barrett and last night of her engagement. ... Jan. 30th, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 197. ... Highly attractive performance! ... February 7, 1852. ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 215. ... Mr Warren as Mr. J. S. Batkins and Gosling! ... Feb. 25 & 26, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 217. ... Benefit of Mr W.H. Smith ... Feb. 27th, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 231. ... First night of the brilliant Peruvian pageant, The enchanted harp ... March 12th, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 245. ... Third week of the brilliant Peruvian pageant, The enchanted harp ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 313. ... Last night but one of the engagement of Mr. Henry Sedley ... June 2d, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 317. ... Engagement of the eminent actress Mrs. Barrett Re-engagement of Mr. Henry Sedley ... June 7th, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 335. ... Re-engagement of the eminent actress Mrs. Barrett Re-engagement of Mr Henry Sedley ... June 24th, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 343. ... Benefit of Mrs. Barrett ... Last night of Mr Henry Sedley ... July 2d, 1852 ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 76. ... Engagement of the eminent artiste Mrs. Barrett ... Oct. 13 & 14, 1851. ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 92. ... Positively last night but 1 of the tragedian Mr. Booth ... Oct. 29th, 1851 ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
9th season Boston Museum. No. 96. ... First nights of the splendid romance, The seven castles! ... Nov. 3d, 1851 ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
A Biographical history of the Roman Empire: from its foundation to the final overthrow of that once great and memorable commonwealth. To which is added, observations on the increase, purity, and decay of Roman eloquence and learning; their peculiarities, antiquities, images, coins, &c. [Three lines from Chesterfield]. n/a n/a 1818-01-01
A Brief history, intended to accompany the beautifully colored views of the destructive fire in New-York, December 16 and 17, 1835. n/a n/a 1836-01-01
A Bunch of Keys. A Bunch of keys! or The Hotel. By Charles H. Hoyt. This keen satire on hotels has met with success unparalleled in the annuals of the New York stage. ... Advertising cards. Hoyt, Charles H 1870-01-01
A Christian people's remembrance of their deceased pastor [microform] a sermon delivered February 12, 1818, at the funeral of the Reverend Ephraim Ward ... who deceased Feb. 9, 1818 ... by Micah Stone. Funeral sermons -- 1818. Stone, Micah, 1770-1852 1818-01-01
A Christmas gift. Made by Goshen Sweeper Co. Grand Rapids, Mich. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A Firebrand! Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, and separation from slavery. "The annexation of Texas is already settled." The long standing account and conflict between slavery and iniquity on the side of tyranny, and freedom and justice on the side of humanity, must now also be settled. ... n/a n/a 1846-01-01
A French assortment of bed-bunts, English and American bed-ticks, looking glasses, feathers &c. ... Josiah Bumstead, no. 53 Marlboro Street, Boston, where also may be had American paper-hangings ... [1795] Advertising cards. Bumstead, Josiah 1795-01-01
A Funeral elegy, occasioned by the tragedy, at Salem near Boston, on Thursday afternoon, the seventeenth of June, 1773, at which time the ten following persons, seven women, and three men were drowned, having been out on a party of pleasure ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
A Japanese offering. C.H. Remer. Japan & China tea store 15 Genesee St. Auburn, N.Y. ... Advertising cards. Remer, C. H 1870-01-01
A Lyste ... Congregatyonal Meetinge House ... On ye 28th daye of ye month of January ... 1874 ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
A Lyste ... Parson Beecher hys meeting house ... 18th day of ye month of February ... 1873. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
A Lyste ... Parson Beecher's Meeting House, in ye towne of Brooklyne ... 18th day of ye month of February ... 1873. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
A Lyste of sacred hymns and tunes, likewise worldlye songs, to be sunge and fiddled at ye greate singing meetinge in ye big brick meetinge house on ye Broade Waye, over against F Streete, (lately called Dorchester Necke, now) South Boston, Thursday night, ye 10th day of ye 2d month of ye year 1876. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A Masonic discourse, delivered in Portsmouth June 24, 5806. Before the Grand Lodge of the State of New-Hampshire, at the festival of St. John the Baptist. By Brother Thomas Beede, grand chaplain. Sermons -- 1806. Beedé, Thomas, 1771-1848 1806-01-01
A Memorial to the Congress of the United States, on the subject of restraining the increase of slavery in new states to be admitted into the Union. Prepared in pursuance of a vote of the inhabitants of Boston and its vicinity, assembled at the State House, on the third of December, A.D. 1819. n/a n/a 1819-01-01
A Modern atlas [microform] from the latest and best authorities exhibiting divisions of the world, with its chief empires, kingdoms, and states ... directed and superintended by John Pinkerton. n/a n/a 1816-01-01
A Modern atlas [microform] from the latest and best authorities exhibiting divisions of the world, with its chief empires, kingdoms, and states ... directed and superintended by John Pinkerton. n/a n/a 1818-01-01
A New Year's sermon delivered at Duxborough [i.e., Duxbury], by the pastor of the church in that place, January 1, 1806. New Year sermons -- 1806.; Wrappers (Binding).; Library copies (Provenance).; Blind stamps (Provenance).; Ink stamps (Provenance). Allyn, John, 1767-1833 1806-01-01
A New and elegant general atlas containing maps of each of the United States [microform]. n/a n/a 1817-01-01
A New atlas of the West-Indian islands, viz. a general map of the West-Indies. Jamaica, Barbadoes, Grenada, St. Vincents, Dominica, St. Christopher's and Nevis, Antigua, Vurgun Islands, Tobago, Hispaniola. n/a n/a 1818-01-01
A Pious selection: containing, A divine cordial, or The transcendant privilege of those that love God, and are savingly called. By Thomas Watson, Pastor of St. Stephen's, Walbrook, London: author of "Heaven taken by storm," and the power of grace in weaning the heart from the world: set forth in two discourses. By the late Matthew Mead, Minister of the Gospel. A drop of honey from the Rock Christ. Also, The star in the East; with an appendix containing interesting intelligence from India. By the Rev. Claudius Buchanan, L.L.D. Selected by W.W. Woodward. n/a n/a 1815-01-01
A Register of the births and deaths in the family of Joseph Hines. n/a n/a 1820-01-01
A Sacred oratorio will be performed at the Rev. Dr. Prince's Meeting-House, under the direction of Dr. G.K. Jackson, assisted by the theatrical band, and many respectable vocal and instrumental amateurs of Boston. Leader of the band, Mr. Graupner. n/a n/a 1812-01-01
A Tribute to the memory of our beloved Sarah Elizabeth, who died at the Bridge of Allan on the 31st of 8 mo., 1854, in her twenty-first year. ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
A bargain in stationery! ... For sale by Sharpless & Sons, Phila., Pa. n/a n/a 1881-01-01
A big thing on ice. Or any where else. For washing & cleaning everything, no matter what, Soapine ... Kendall Mfg. Co. Established 1827. Providence, R.I. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A brief account of the happy death of Mary Ann Clap, daughter of Mr. Jesse and Mrs. Betsey Clap, who died July 15, 1816, in the eleventh year of her age; exhibiting an example of meekness and submission; furnishing the clearest evidence of early piety; and imparting the sweetest consolation to pious friends. By Joshua Bates, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Dedham. [Two lines from Matthew] Juvenile literature -- 1816.; Biographies.; Poems -- 1816.; Hymns.; Wrappers (Binding).; Author's presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854 1816-01-01
A brief account of the happy death of Mary Ann Clap, daughter of Mr. Jesse and Mrs. Betsey Clap, who died July 15, 1816, in the eleventh year of her age; exhibiting an example of meekness and submission; furnishing the clearest evidence of early piety; and imparting the sweetest consolation to pious friends. By Joshua Bates, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Dedham. [Two lines from Matthew] Juvenile literature -- 1816.; Biographies.; Poems -- 1816.; Hymns.; Wrappers (Binding). Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854 1816-01-01
A brief account of the happy death of Mary Ann Clap, daughter of Mr. Jesse and Mrs. Betsey Clap, who died July 15, 1816, in the eleventh year of her age; exhibiting an example of meekness and submission; furnishing the clearest evidence of early piety; and imparting the sweetest consolation to pious friends. By Joshua Bates, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Dedham. [Two lines from Matthew] Juvenile literature -- 1816.; Biographies.; Poems -- 1816.; Hymns.; Booksellers' advertisements -- Massachusetts -- Boston.; Printed wrappers (Binding).; Relief prints. Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854 1816-01-01
A brief account of the happy death of Mary Ann Clap, daughter of Mr. Jesse and Mrs. Betsey Clap, who died July 15, 1816, in the eleventh year of her age; exhibiting an example of meekness and submission; furnishing the clearest evidence of early piety; and imparting the sweetest consolation to pious friends. By Joshua Bates, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Dedham. [Two lines from Matthew] Juvenile literature -- 1817.; Biographies.; Poems -- 1817.; Hymns.; Publishers' advertisements -- Connecticut -- Hartford.; Printed wrappers (Binding). Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854 1817-01-01
A brief account of the life, experience, travels, and gospel labours of George White, an African; written by himself, and revised by a friend. [Five lines from St. Paul] Autobiographies.; Funeral sermons -- 1809.; Wrappers (Binding). White, George, b. 1764 1810-01-01
A brief narration of the captivity of Isaac Hollister, who was taken by the Indians, anno Domini, 1763. Written by himself. Captivity narratives. Hollister, Isaac, b. 1750? 1803-01-01
A brief outline of the history of the Bible, and of the signal providence of God in all ages, for preserving and diffusing the knowledge and blessings of its truth and salvation in the world: together with some remarks upon Bible societies: in a sermon, preached in the city of Hudson, Sept. 10, 1817, before the Auxiliary Bible Society of the County of Columbia. By Thomas Warner, A.M. Sermons -- 1817. Warner, Thomas 1817-01-01
A brush with the ball ... To our patrons: Please read carefully the following certificate in regard to A & P baking powder ... Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. n/a n/a 1888-01-01
A card. H. Wilbur, respectfully invites the ladies and gentlemen of Newburyport and Newbury, to attend a gratuitous astronomical lecture in the court house ... Newburyport, June 4, 1827. Invitations. Wilbur, Hervey, 1786-1852 1827-01-01
A card. The undersigned tenders his services to members of Congress and others, having copying or directing of public documents: ... Any one desiring his services, will please address him at no. 8, Louisiana Avenue. Sam'l Stettinius. Washington, January, 1858. Invitations. Stettinius, Samuel 1858-01-01
A caution against seduction [microform] the substance of a sermon delivered at the funeral of a young woman of Lyman, New-Hampshire, February 22, 1812 by David Sutherland. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Sutherland, David, 1777-1855 1814-01-01
A century sermon, delivered at Danbury January I. A.D. MDCCCI. Being the first day of the nineteenth century, since the Christian era. In which is exhibited, a brief view of the most remarkable events of the eighteenth century; with a sketch of the history of the town of Danbury, from the first settlement, to the present time. By Thomas Robbins, A.M. candidate for the gospel ministry. Century sermons -- 1801.; Hymns. Robbins, Thomas, 1777-1856 1801-01-01
A charge, delivered after a publick examination on Thursday, July 30th, 1807, to the senior class of the Philadelphia Academy, upon their having completed the course of study prescribed by that institution. By James Abercrombie, D.D. one of the Assistant Ministers of Christ Church and St. Peter's, and director of the academy. [Four lines of Latin quotations] Baccalaureate addresses -- 1807.; Academic exercises -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.; Publishers' advertisements -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. Abercrombie, James, 1758-1841 1807-01-01
A childs shoe without the A.S.T. Co. black tip upon the tie does not even make a safe birds nest ... B.B. Murdock & Co. ... Webster, - - - Mass. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A childs shoe without the A.S.T. Co. black tip upon the tie does not even make a safe birds nest ... J.N.W. Emmons ... 2212 Washington Street, Boston. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A childs shoe without the A.S.T. Co. black tip upon the tie does not even make a safe birds nest ... Luce's shoe store ... New Bedford, -- Mass. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A childs shoe without the A.S.T. Co. black tip upon the tie does not even make a safe birds nest ... T.C. & C.F. Newcomb ... Boston, --- Mass. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A church of God described; the qualifications for membership stated, and Christian fellowship illustrated. In two discourses. By Joseph Lathrop, D.D. Pastor of a Congregational Church in West-Springfield. Sermons. Lathrop, Joseph, 1731-1820 1807-01-01
A compromise. ... Chase & Sanborn ... N.G. English[.] n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A concert and entertainment ... for the blind of the District of Columbia ... at the Cairo ... March 6th, [1860-1888] n/a n/a 1860-01-01
A concise summary of the second volume of the Olive Branch, a book containing an account of Governor Chittenden's giving written instructions to Gen. Ira Allen in 1795, to purchase military stores in Europe, for the militia of the state of Vermont, of his purchase of 24 brass field pieces, 20,000 muskets furnished with bayonets in France, of his being captured by an English 74 gun ship, with consequences resulting therefrom. To which is subjoined, General Allen's circular letter, on the subject of a ship canal of commerce, and the advantage of British America in preserving peace between Great Britain and the United States. Including Gen. Allen's memorials to the Senate of the United States, of February 1805, and December 1806, and with other documents and letters to men of great respectability in Europe and America. Publishers' advertisements -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.; Memorials (Legal). Allen, Ira, 1751-1814 1807-01-01
A continuation of the history of the war, from June, 1814, to the end. By M. Smith, author of the View of Upper Canada and British possessions in North America, &c. Subscribers' lists. Smith, M. (Michael), 1776-1816? 1815-01-01
A delicate question of taste. I would like to attend Hi Henry's Premium Minstrels. ... n/a n/a 1879-01-01
A desperate go for reputation! By Prink and the poor-house exhalation. ... April 2d, 1873. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
A dictionary of arts and sciences. By G. Gregory, D.D. doctor in philosophy and the arts, and honorary member of the Imperial University of Wilna; member of the Manchester and Newcastle literary and philosophical societies; honorary member of the Boad [i.e. Board] of Agriculture; Domestic Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Landaff; author of Essays historical and moral, The economy of nature, &c. &c. In three volumes. Vol. I[-III]. Dictionaries.; Subscribers' lists.; Intaglio prints.; Relief prints.; Leather bindings (Binding).; Stained leather (Binding).; Gold tooled leather (Binding).; Lettering pieces (Binding).; Stained edges (Binding).; Marbled papers (Binding).; Binders' instructions (Binding).; Binders' tickets (Binding).; Subscription editions (Publishing).; Annotations (Provenance). Gregory, G. (George), 1754-1808 1816-01-01
A discourse at the funeral of Mrs. Emily Jewett [microform] aged 27, who died of a consumption, 4th June, 1809, the consort of Mr. Moses Jewett, in Burlington by David Sanders. Funeral sermons -- 1809. Sanders, Daniel Clarke, 1768-1850 1809-01-01
A discourse at the funeral of Nehemiah Strong, Esq. ... August 16th, A.D. 1807 [microform] by Elijah Waterman. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Waterman, Elijah, 1769-1825 1807-01-01
A discourse delivered April 2, 1811, at the funeral of Capt. Amos Loomis in Lyme [microform] who died March 31st, 1811, aged 43 years by William Lyman. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Lyman, William, 1764-1833 1811-01-01
A discourse delivered April 3, 1814, occasioned by the death of Mrs. Hannah Gill [microform] by Joseph Richardson. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Richardson, Joseph, 1778-1871 1814-01-01
A discourse delivered Feb. 11th, 1803, at the interment of the Rev. Caleb Prentiss [microform] by Eliab Stone. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Stone, Eliab, 1737-1822 1803-01-01
A discourse delivered Jan. 5, 1816, in the brick meeting house in Danvers, at the interment of the Honorable Samuel Holten [microform] who departed this life January 2, A.D. 1816, in the 78th year of his age by Benjamin Wadsworth. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Wadsworth, Benjamin, 1750-1826 1816-01-01
A discourse delivered January 22, 1811. In Attleborough, at the funeral of Mrs. Esther Wilder, wife of the Reverend John Wilder, who died Jan. 19, in the 42, year of her age. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1811-01-01
A discourse delivered March 13, 1808 in consequence of the death of Deacon Thomas Thompson [microform] who departed March 7th in the 66th year of his age by Samuel Spring. Funeral sermons -- 1808. Spring, Samuel, 1746-1819 1808-01-01
A discourse delivered November 14, 1811, at the ordination of the Rev. Samuel R. Hall, to the pastoral care of the Congregational Church and people in Rumford, (D. Maine.) By Caleb Burge, A.M. pastor of the church in Guildhall, (Ver.) Published by request. Ordination sermons -- 1811. Burge, Caleb, 1782-1838 1812-01-01
A discourse delivered October 22, 1806 at the installation of Rev. Amasa Smith ... [and] at the ordination of Rev. Mr. Pettengill ... [microform] by John Smith. Installation sermons -- 1806.; Ordination sermons -- 1806. Smith, John, 1766-1831 1806-01-01
A discourse delivered at Braintree, on Thursday, April 9, 1818, at the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Strong Storrs [microform] wife of the Rev. Richard S. Storrs who died April 6, aged 25 years by Daniel Huntington. Funeral sermons -- 1818. Huntington, Daniel, 1788-1858 1818-01-01
A discourse delivered at Dorchester, October 10, 1804, at the funeral of Deacon Abijah White, by Thaddeus Mason Harris. Published at the request of the church. [Two lines of Scripture texts] Funeral sermons -- 1804. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1804-01-01
A discourse delivered at Litchfield, in New-Hampshire, at the funeral of Robert Parker, Esquire. January 17, 1809. By Jacob Burnap, A.M. pastor of the church in Merrimack. Funeral sermons -- 1809. Burnap, Jacob, 1748-1821 1809-01-01
A discourse delivered at Methuen, May 8, 1816, at the ordination of Charles Otis Kimball, to the pastoral charge of the Baptist Church in Methuen. By William Batchelder, Pastor of the Baptist Church in Haverhill. Published by request. Ordination sermons -- 1816.; Owners' verses (Provenance). Batchelder, William, 1768-1818 1816-01-01
A discourse delivered at Plymouth December 22, 1809, at the celebration of the 188th anniversary of the landing of our forefathers in that place. By Abiel Abbot, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Beverly. Forefathers' day sermons -- 1809. Abbot, Abiel, 1770-1828 1810-01-01
A discourse delivered at Plymouth, December 22, 1815, at the anniversary commemoration of the first landing of our ancestors at that place [microform] by James Flint. Forefathers' day sermons -- 1815. Flint, James, 1779-1855 1816-01-01
A discourse delivered at Stillwater, before the members of Montgomery Lodge, August 12, 1806. Published at the particular request of the Lodge. By the Rev. David Butler, Rector of St. Paul's Church at Troy, and of Trinity Church at Lansingburgh. Sermons -- 1806.; Wrappers (Binding). Butler, David, 1763-1842 1806-01-01
A discourse delivered at Stoughton, before the Rising Star Lodge, at the festival of St. John the Baptist, June 24, A.D. 1818. By Rev. Thaddeus Mason Harris, D.D. Past Grand Chaplain to the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. Sermons -- 1818. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1818-01-01
A discourse delivered at the dedication of the Universalist Meeting-House, in the city of Hudson, New-York, October 23, 1817 [microform] by Edward Turner. Dedication sermons -- 1817. Turner, Edward, 1776-1853 1817-01-01
A discourse delivered at the funeral of Mr. William Parker [microform] merchant, of Piscataquog village, Bedford, N.H. ... by David L. Morril. Funeral sermons -- 1819. Morril, David L 1819-01-01
A discourse delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Mary Woodward ... [microform] in the meeting-house near Dartmonth College, March 29, 1807 by Roswell Shurtleff. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Shurtleff, Roswell, 1773-1861 1807-01-01
A discourse delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Judd, of Jefferson, N.Y., March 12th, 1816 [microform] by William Salisbury. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Salisbury, William, 1775-1850 1816-01-01
A discourse delivered at the funeral of the Rev. Elihu Thayer ... [microform] by John Hubbard Church. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Church, John Hubbard, 1772-1840 1812-01-01
A discourse delivered at the interment of the Rev. John Boddily [microform] pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Newburyport, who deceased Nov. 4, 1802, in his 48th year by Daniel Dana. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Dana, Daniel, 1771-1859 1802-01-01
A discourse delivered at the ordination of the Rev. David D. Field [microform] to the pastoral care of the church and society in Haddam, April 11, 1804 by John Elliott. Ordination sermons -- 1804. Elliott, John, 1768-1824 1805-01-01
A discourse delivered at the ordination of the Rev. John Sabin to the pastoral charge of the church in Fitzwilliam, N. H., on the 6th of March, 1805 [microform] by Nathaniel Thayer. Ordination sermons -- 1805. Thayer, Nathaniel, 1769-1840 1805-01-01
A discourse delivered before the First Universalist Society, in Boston, on the character and death of the Rev. John Murray ... [microform] by Paul Dean. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Dean, Paul, 1783-1860 1815-01-01
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. Sermons -- 1807.; Hymns.; Wrappers (Binding).; Marbled papers (Binding).; Authors' presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Abbot, Abiel, 1770-1828 1807-01-01
A discourse delivered in Haverhill, Jan. 31, 1805 at the interment of the Rev. Hezekiah Smith ... [microform] by Samuel Stillman. Funeral sermons -- 1805. Stillman, Samuel, 1738-1807 1805-01-01
A discourse delivered in Lyme April 29, 1811, at the funeral of Mr. Joseph Loomis of Lebanon [microform] who died on the 27th of the same month aged 68 years by William Lyman. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Lyman, William, 1764-1833 1811-01-01
A discourse delivered in Newfield, February 16th, 1803 [microform] at the ordination of the Rev. John Dane by Eliphalet Gillet. Ordination sermons -- 1803. Gillet, Eliphalet, 1768-1848 1803-01-01
A discourse delivered in St. James' Church, Greenfield, on Sunday, July 30, 1815, occasioned by the death of Mr. Francis Barnard [microform] who died July 25, 1815, aged 20 by T. Strong. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Strong, Titus, 1787-1855 1815-01-01
A discourse delivered in the church in Hollis Street, April 13, 1808, at the interment of the Rev. Samuel West, D.D., late pastor of said church [microform] by John Lathrop. Funeral sermons -- 1808. Lathrop, John, 1740-1816 1808-01-01
A discourse delivered on the 12th June, 1818, at the funeral of the Rev. Peter Lowe [microform] by P. I. Vanpelt. Funeral sermons -- 1818. Van Pelt, Peter I., 1778-1861 1818-01-01
A discourse delivered on the day of the annual fast in Massachusetts, April 7, 1803. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Fast day sermons -- 1803 Apr. 7. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1803-01-01
A discourse delivered on the day of the annual fast in Massachusetts, April 8, 1802. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Fast day sermons -- 1802 Apr. 8. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1802-01-01
A discourse delivered to the freemen collected in the Second Society in Saybrook, April 11th, A.D. 1803. By Jonathan Bird, A.M. [Three lines from Solomon] Election sermons -- Connecticut -- 1803.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Bird, Jonathan, 1747-1813 1803-01-01
A discourse delivered, July 19, 1808, at the funeral of Miss Esther Wilder, the eldest daughter of the Rev. John Wilder. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Funeral sermons -- 1808.; Labels (Provenance).; Library copies (Provenance). Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1808-01-01
A discourse deliverld [sic] at Salisbury, West Church, and Society, Massachusetts, November 17, 1802 [microform] at the ordination of the Rev. William Balch, to the pastoral care of the church and society in that place by Benjamin Balch. Ordination sermons -- 1802. Balch, Benjamin, 1743-1815 1803-01-01
A discourse occasioned by the burning of the theatre in the city of Richmond, Virginia, on the twenty-sixth of December, 1811. By which awful calamity a large number of valuable lives were lost. Delivered in the Third Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on the eighth day of January, 1812, at the request of the Virginia students attached to the medical class, in the University of Pennsylvania. By A. Alexander, D.D. Sermons -- 1812. Alexander, Archibald, 1772-1851 1812-01-01
A discourse occasioned by the burning of the theatre in the city of Richmond, Virginia, on the twenty-sixth of December, eighteen hundred and eleven. By which awful calamity a large number of valuable lives were lost. Delivered in the Third Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on the eighth day of January, 1812, at the request of the Virginia students attached to the medical class, in the University of Pennsylvania. By A. Alexander. Sermons -- 1812.; Wrappers (Binding). Alexander, Archibald, 1772-1851 1812-01-01
A discourse occasioned by the death of Brigadier-General John M'Pherson, who was lost in the ship Rose in Bloom, shipwrecked on her passage from Charleston to New-York, August 24th, 1806; delivered, by desire, in the Presbyterian Church of Charleston, S.C., November 30th, 1806, by the Rev. George Buist, D.D. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Buist, George, 1770-1808 1807-01-01
A discourse occasioned by the death of Mr. Daniel Hogeland [microform] preached in the church at Southampton on the 21st day of November 1813 by Jacob Larzelere. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Larzelere, Jacob, 1775-1834 1814-01-01
A discourse occasioned by the death of Mr. Jacob Holmes [microform] at Amherst, Friday, July 22d, 1814 ... by Elijah Dunbar. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Dunbar, Elijah, 1773-1850 1814-01-01
A discourse occasioned by the death of the Rev. Joseph Buckminster ... who died at Readsborough, Ver., June 10, 1812 [microform] delivered to his bereaved people June 19, 1812, by Nathan Parker. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Parker, Nathan, 1782-1833 1812-01-01
A discourse occasioned by the lamented death of Mrs. Fanny Arms ... delivered at her funeral September 16, 1810 [microform] by John Emerson. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Emerson, John, 1745-1826 1810-01-01
A discourse on baptism: by Joseph Buckminster, Pastor of the North Church, Portsmouth, Newhampshire. [One line of Scripture text] Sermons -- 1803. Buckminster, Joseph, 1751-1812 1803-01-01
A discourse on conversion. By Aaron Bancroft, D.D. Pastor of the Second Congregational Church in Worcester. Sermons -- 1818.; Wrappers (Binding). Bancroft, Aaron, 1755-1839 1818-01-01
A discourse on covenant engagements in the Christian church: delivered at Dorchester, on communion day, December 6, 1801. By Thaddeus Mason Harris. Sermons -- 1801. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1802-01-01
A discourse on education, delivered before the trustees of the Derby Academy, at Hingham, April 5th, 1796. Also at the South Parish in Scituate. By David Barnes, D.D. Published by desire [One line of quotation] Anniversary sermons -- 1796. Barnes, David, 1731-1811 1803-01-01
A discourse on occasion of the death of the Rev. Jonathan Edwards, D.D., president of Union College [microform] delivered on the third day of August, A.D. 1801, in the Reformed Dutch Church at Schenectady by Robert Smith. Funeral sermons -- 1801. Smith, Robert, d. 1803 1801-01-01
A discourse on the death of an unfortunate youth aged 18 years [microform] delivered in the chapel of the State Prison of New-York, March 28th, 1815 by John Stanford. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Stanford, John, 1754-1834 1815-01-01
A discourse on the necessity and importance of wisdom and knowledge, delivered at the opening of the Lincoln Academy in New-Castle, October 1st, 1805. By the Rev. Kiah Bailey, A.M. pastor of the church in New-Castle. [One line from Solomon] Sermons -- 1805. Bayley, Kiah, 1770-1857 1805-01-01
A discourse on the validity of Presbyterian ordination, delivered in the chapel of the university in Cambridge, May 9, 1810, at the anniversary lecture founded by the Hon. Paul Dudley, Esq. By Abiel Holmes, D.D. Minister of the First Church in Cambridge. Anniversary sermons -- 1810.; Wrappers (Binding).; Library copies (Provenance). Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1810-01-01
A discourse on the war with England; delivered in Hallowell, on public fast, April 7, 1814. ... Fast day sermons -- 1814 April 7. Merritt, Timothy, 1775-1845 1815-01-01
A discourse preached before the members of the Boston Female Asylum, September 24th, 1813, at their thirteenth anniversary. By Thaddeus M. Harris, D.D. Minister of the First Church in Dorchester. [One line from Hosea]. Anniversary sermons -- 1813.; Hymns. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1813-01-01
A discourse preached in Bradford, Sept. 11, 1804, before the Essex Middle Association [microform] at the ordination of Charles Coffin, Jun., vice president of Greeneville College, Tennessee by Samuel Spring. Ordination sermons -- 1804. Spring, Samuel, 1746-1819 1804-01-01
A discourse, addressed to the Baptist Church in Harwich, on Lord's-Day, February, 1819. By the Rev. James Barnaby. Pastor of said church. Published by request. [One line of Scripture text]. Sermons -- 1819. Barnaby, James, 1787-1877 1819-01-01
A discourse, addressed to the Norfolk Auxiliary Society for the Education of Pious Youth for the Gospel Ministry, at their annual meeting in Dorchester, June 11, 1817. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Sermons -- 1817. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1817-01-01
A discourse, delivered 14th January, 1810, at Newark [microform] occasioned by the death of Lewis Le Conte Congar, a member of the Theological Seminary at Andover who died at that place 6th January, 1810 by James Richards. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Richards, James, 1767-1843 1810-01-01
A discourse, delivered April 11, 1806 at a publick meeting of a number of singers, who were improving themselves in church musick. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Sermons -- 1806.; Authors' presentation copies (Provenance). Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1806-01-01
A discourse, delivered December 16th, 1807, at the ordination of the Rev. Edward Payson [microform] as colleague pastor of the Second Congregational Church in Portland by Seth Payson. Ordination sermons -- 1807. Payson, Seth, 1758-1820 1808-01-01
A discourse, delivered February 15, 1818, being the Sabbath preceding the dissolution of the pastoral relation between the author and the First Church in Dedham. By Joshua Bates, A.M. Farewell sermons -- 1818.; Wrappers (Binding). Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854 1818-01-01
A discourse, delivered February 4, 1803, at the funeral of the Rev. Joseph Roby, A.M., pastor of the Second Church in Lynn [microform] who departed this life, January 31, in the fifty-first year of his ministry, and the eightieth of his age by David Osgood. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Osgood, David, 1747-1822 1803-01-01
A discourse, delivered Jan. 1, 1811, at the opening of the new meeting-house belonging to the Second Baptist Church and Society in Boston. By Thomas Baldwin, D.D. pastor of said church. Dedication sermons -- 1811. Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825 1811-01-01
A discourse, delivered June 19, 1805, at the ordination of the Rev. Stephen Chapin to the pastoral care of the church and people in Hillsborough. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin, Mass. Ordination sermons -- 1805.; Wrappers (Binding).; Illegible markings (Provenance). Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1805-01-01
A discourse, delivered June 20, 1813, before the officers and students of Bowdoin College, occasioned by the death of Frederick Southgate, A.B. lately a tutor in said college. By Jesse Appleton, D.D. [Seven lines of quotations]. Funeral sermons -- 1813.; Relief prints.; Labels (Provenance).; Authors' presentation copies (Provenance).; Library copies (Provenance). Appleton, Jesse, 1772-1819 1813-01-01
A discourse, delivered March 16, 1812, at the funeral of the Rev. Jabez Chickering ... [microform] by Thomas Thacher. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Thacher, Thomas, 1756-1812 1812-01-01
A discourse, delivered March 23, 1808, at the funeral of Robert Moor Davidson. By Jacob Burnap, A.M. pastor of the church in Merrimac. Funeral sermons -- 1808.; Library copies (Provenance).; Bookplates (Provenance). Burnap, Jacob, 1748-1821 1808-01-01
A discourse, delivered March 4, 1814, at the interment of the Rev. Thomas Prentiss, D.D. pastor of the church in Medfield. By Joshua Bates, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Dedham. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854 1814-01-01
A discourse, delivered November 20, 1814, occasioned by the death of Mr. Oliver Shepherd, of Wrentham, who departed this life, at Philadelphia, Oct. 14, 1814, ætatis 27. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. Pastor of the church in Franklin. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1815-01-01
A discourse, delivered October 13, 1813. Before Mendon Association. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Sermons -- 1813. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1814-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Bath, May 11th, 1813, before the Society for Discountenancing and Suppressing Public Vices. By Jesse Appleton, D.D. president of Bowdoin College. [Three lines from Cicero]. Sermons to temperance societies -- 1813.; Authors' presentation copies (Provenance). Appleton, Jesse, 1772-1819 1813-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Buckstown, on the annual fast, in the commonwealth of Massachusetts, April 7, 1808. By Rev. Mighill Blood, pastor of the church in Buckstown, (Me.) Fast day sermons -- 1808 Apr. 7.; Relief prints -- Seals -- Massachusetts -- 1808. Blood, Mighill, 1777-1852 1808-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Dorchester, March 29th, 1813, at the funeral of Moses Everett, Esq. By Rev. Thaddeus Mason Harris. [Three lines of quotation] Funeral sermons -- 1813.; Obituaries. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1813-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Dorchester, March 5th, 1813, at the funeral of Ebenezer Wales, Esq. By Rev. Thaddeus Mason Harris. Funeral sermons -- 1813.; Obituaries. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1813-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Dunbarton, New-Hampshire on Thankgiving-day, November 12, 1812. By Walter Harris, A.M. pastor of the church in Dunbarton. Thanksgiving sermons -- 1812. Nov. 12. Harris, Walter, 1761-1843 1812-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Dunstable, N.H. September 8, 1818, at the funeral of the Rev. Joseph Kidder, senior pastor of the church in that place. By Jacob Burnap, D.D. pastor of the church in Merrimack. With a summary history of the Church of Christ in Dunstable. By Rev. E.P. Sperry. Funeral sermons -- 1818.; Sprinkled edges (Binding).; Wrappers (Binding).; Author's presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Burnap, Jacob, 1748-1821 1819-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Hopkinton, before the honorable legislature of the state of New-Hampshire, at the annual election, June 4, 1807. By Nathan Bradstreet, A.M. Pastor of the Congregational Church in Chester. Election sermons -- New Hampshire -- 1807.; Presentation inscriptions (Provenance).; Library copies (Provenance).; Wrappers (Binding). Bradstreet, Nathan, 1770-1827 1807-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Londonderry east-parish, at a meeting of magistrates, ministers, and citizens, convened for the purpose of devising measures to prevent the profanation of the Sabbath, November 16, 1814. By Walter Harris, A.M. minster of Dunbarton. To which are added the address and resolves adopted at said meeting. Sermons -- 1814. Harris, Walter, 1761-1843 1814-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Mendon, June 14, 1810 [microform] at the interment of the Honourable Samuel Dexter, who died June 10, 1810, in the 85th year of his age by Samuel Kendal. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Kendal, Samuel, 1753-1814 1810-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Merrimac, March 2, 1806; occasioned by the sudden death of Mr. Samuel Chandler. By Jacob Burnap, A.M. pastor of the church in Merrimac. Funeral sermons -- 1806.; Sprinkled edges (Binding).; Author's presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Burnap, Jacob, 1748-1821 1806-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Merrimac, New-Hampshire, November 21, 1811, being the day of the public thanksgiving. By Jacob Burnap, A.M. pastor of the church in Merrimac. Thanksgiving sermons -- 1811 Nov. 21.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Burnap, Jacob, 1748-1821 1812-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Merrimack, N.H. January 3, 1819. By Jacob Burnap, D.D. pastor of the church in Merrimack. New Year sermons -- 1819.; Wrappers (Binding). Burnap, Jacob, 1748-1821 1819-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Northborough, December 8th, 1818. At the interment of Winslow Brigham, Jun. who died at Quincy, Dec. 5th, aged 21 years. By Joseph Allen, pastor of the church in Northborough. Funeral sermons -- 1818.; Wrappers (Binding).; Authors' presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Allen, Joseph, 1790-1873 1819-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Plymouth, 22 December, 1806, at the anniversary commemoration of the first landing of the fathers, A.D. 1620. By Abiel Holmes, D.D. Forefathers' day sermons -- 1806. Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1806-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Quincy, October 19, 1811, at the interment of the Hon. Richard Cranch, who died October 16, 1811 [microform] and of Mrs. Mary Cranch, his wife, who died October 17, 1811 by Peter Whitney. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Whitney, Peter, 1770-1843 1811-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Salem, June 22d, 1809, at the installation of the Rev. Edward Turner, over the First Universal Society in said place: by Hosea Ballou, Minister of the United Societies of Barnard and Woodstock, Vt. [Two lines of Scripture texts] Installation sermons -- 1809. Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852 1809-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Salisbury, West Church, and Society, Massachusetts, November 17, 1802 [microform] at the ordination of the Rev. William Balch, to the pastoral care of the church and society in that place by Benjamin Balch. Ordination sermons -- 1802. Balch, Benjamin, 1743-1815 1803-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Topsfield, April 26, 1813. At the funeral of the Rev. Asahel Huntington, who deceased on the 22d. aged 52. By Isaac Braman, A.M. a minister in Rowley. [One line of Scripture text] Also, a sermon, written by Mr. Huntington, the day on which he was seized with his last illness, five days before his death, never delivered in public. [One line from Hebrews] Funeral sermons -- 1813.; Sermons -- 1813. Braman, Isaac, 1770-1858 1813-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Trinity Church, Boston, April 9, 1812, on the day of publick fast. By J.S.J. Gardiner, rector. Fast day sermons -- 1812 Apr. 9. Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1812-01-01
A discourse, delivered at Trinity Church, Boston, July 23, 1812, on the day of publick fast in Massachusetts, upon the declaration of war against Great-Britain. By John S.J. Gardiner, A.M. rector. Fast day sermons -- 1812 July 23. Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1812-01-01
A discourse, delivered at a singing-lecture, in Ashburnham, March 10th, 1814. By William Bascom, A.M. recently pastor of one of the Congregational churches in Fitchburg. Sermons -- 1814.; Sprinkled edges (Binding).; Authors' presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Bascom, William, 1780-1845 1814-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the Old South Church in Boston before the Society for Foreign Missions of Boston and the Vicinity, Jan. 1, 1813, by Abiel Holmes, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Published at the request of the society. Sermons -- 1813. Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1813-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the funeral of Capt. Aaron Hawley, January 30, A.D. 1810 [microform] by Elijah Waterman. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Waterman, Elijah, 1769-1825 1810-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the funeral of Mr. Samuel Rockwood, who suddenly departed this life, April 25, 1801. In the fifty-fifth year of his age. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Funeral sermons -- 1801.; Ink stamps (Provenance).; Library copies (Provenance). Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1801-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Bathsheba Sanford. The late consort of the Rev. David Sanford, Pastor of the Second Church in Medway, November 17, 1800. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Funeral sermons -- 1800.; Ink stamps (Provenance). Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1801-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Martha Mathes, late consort of Mr. Benjamin Mathes, Durham, N.H. By John Brodhead. Advertisement. When the following discourse was delivered, I had not the most distant expectation that it would ever be made any more public than it was at that time. In consenting to have it go to the press, I have yielded to the request of several friends, and particularly some of the surviving relatives of the deceased. But it must be remembered, that a discourse delivered without much premeditation, cannot be recollected and written perfectly as it was delivered. In this, however, I have endeavored to make the alterations as few as could reasonably be expected. J.B. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Brodhead, John, 1770-1838 1815-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Mehitabel Atwood, wife of Mr. Joshua Atwood, of Pelham, N.H. [microform] who departed this life March 11, 1805 ... by John Hubbard Church. Funeral sermons -- 1805. Church, John Hubbard, 1772-1840 1805-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Morse [microform] wife of Mr. Samuel Morse, of Hampstead, June 10th, 1805 by John Kelly. Funeral sermons -- 1805. Kelly, John, 1763-1848 1805-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Sophia Robinson, the wife of Mr. Samuel Robinson and daughter of Mr. Richard Wallece ... [microform] by Asa Burton. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Burton, Asa, 1752-1836 1810-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the funeral of the Rev. David Sanford, A.M. late Pastor of the Second Church in Medway, who died April 7, 1810, ætatis 73. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1810-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the funeral of the Rev. John Cleaveland, A.M. Pastor of the church in the north parish in Wrentham, who died February 1, 1815, aged 65. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Funeral sermons -- 1815.; Wrappers (Binding). Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1815-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the funeral of the Rev. Thomas Fessenden [microform] senior pastor of the church in Walpole (N.H.) who died May 9, 1813, aged 74 by Pliny Dickinson published by request. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Dickinson, Pliny, 1777-1834 1813-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the funeral of the Reverend Timothy Dickinson, late pastor of the church in Holliston, who died July 6, 1813, aged 52 years. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1813-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the installation of the Rev. Thomas Williams, at Foxborough, Nov. 6, 1816. By Nathaniel [i.e., Nathanael] Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Installation sermons -- 1816. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1816-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the opening of the new almshouse in Cambridge, XVII September, MDCCCXVIII. By Abiel Holmes, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Sermons -- 1818.; Wrappers (Binding.) Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1818-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Joseph S. Buckminster, to the pastoral charge of the Church in Brattle-Street, Boston. By Joseph Buckminster, D.D. Pastor of the North Church, Portsmouth, N.H. [Two lines of quotation] Ordination sermons -- 1805. Buckminster, Joseph, 1751-1812 1805-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. William Salisbury [microform] to the pastoral care of the church in Waitsfield, October 7, 1801. Ordination sermons -- 1801. Lyman, Elijah, 1764-1828 1801-01-01
A discourse, delivered at the ordination of the Reverend James Harvey Hotchkin [microform] to the work of an evangelist, in Freehold, October 13, 1802 by David Porter. Ordination sermons -- 1802. Porter, David, 1761-1851 1803-01-01
A discourse, delivered before the Ancient and Honourable Artillery Company, in Boston, June 1, 1807. Being the anniversary of their election of officers. By Thomas Baldwin, D.D. Pastor of the Second Baptist Church in Boston. Artillery election sermons -- 1807.; Wrappers (Binding). Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825 1807-01-01
A discourse, delivered before the Missionary Society of Salem and Vicinity, and the Essex South Musical Society. Oct. 2, 1816, the anniversary day of each of those societies. By Abiel Abbot, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Beverly. Sermons -- 1816.; Ornate types (Type evidence). Abbot, Abiel, 1770-1828 1816-01-01
A discourse, delivered before the Society for Propagating the Gospel among the Indians and Others in North America, at their anniversary meeting in Boston, November 3, 1808. By Abiel Holmes, D.D. Minister of the First Church in Cambridge. Anniversary sermons -- 1808.; Prospectuses.; Publishers' advertisements -- Massachusetts -- Boston.; Printed wrappers (Binding). Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1808-01-01
A discourse, delivered before the members of the Boston Female Asylum. September 26, 1806. Being their sixth anniversary. By Thomas Baldwin, D.D. Minister of the Second Baptist Church in Boston. Anniversary sermons -- 1806.; Illegible markings (Provenance). Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825 1806-01-01
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. Sermons -- 1806.; Subscribers' lists. Appleton, Jesse, 1772-1819 1806-01-01
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. Sermons -- 1804.; Hymns. Alden, Timothy, 1771-1839 1804-01-01
A discourse, delivered before the members of the Salem Female Charitable Society, September 27, 1810, being their tenth anniversary. By Lucius Bolles, A.M. Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Salem, Mass. Preached and published at the request of the Society. Sermons -- 1810.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Bolles, Lucius, 1779-1844 1810-01-01
A discourse, delivered extempore at Farmington, N.H., February 27th, 1803, at the interment of Murmoth Fortune Herrick [microform] by Benjamin Randel. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Randall, Benjamin, 1749-1808 1803-01-01
A discourse, delivered in Attleborough, at the interment of ... Elisha May ... [microform] by John Wilder. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Wilder, John, 1758-1836 1812-01-01
A discourse, delivered in Hagers-Town, Maryland, on the anniversary of St. John the Baptist, June 24th, 1805, to the brethren of Mount Moriah Lodge, no. 33, and such of their visiting brethren as attended for that purpose. By the Rev. George Bower, D.D. Published at the special request of the Lodge. [Two lines of Scripture text] Sermons -- 1805. Bower, George, d. 1813 1805-01-01
A discourse, delivered in Haverhill, March 22, 1805, at the funeral of Jabez Kimball, A.M., attorney at law, who died March 19, aet. 33 [microform] to which is added, a short memoir of his life by John Snelling Popkin. Funeral sermons -- 1805. Popkin, John Snelling, 1771-1852 1805-01-01
A discourse, delivered in Haverhill, March 22, 1805, at the funeral of Jabez Kimball, A.M., attorney at law, who died March 19, aet. 33 [microform] to which is added, a short memoir of his life by John Snelling Popkin. Funeral sermons -- 1805. Popkin, John Snelling, 1771-1852 1805-01-01
A discourse, delivered in Middleborough, Mass. August 20, 1812, being the day of the national fast. By Joseph Barker, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in said town. Fast day sermons -- 1812 Aug. 20.; Wrappers (Binding).; Decorated papers (Binding). Barker, Joseph, 1751-1815 1812-01-01
A discourse, delivered in Middlebury, Vt. before Union Lodge, no. 5, of Free and Accepted Masons, on the festival of St. John, the Baptist: June 24, A.L. 5819. By Isaac Bucklen, Pastor of the Baptist Church in Middlebury. [Four lines of verse] Sermons -- 1819.; Wrappers (Binding).; Ink stamps (Provenance). Bucklen, Isaac 1819-01-01
A discourse, delivered in Milford, Mass., Lord's Day, Dec. 24, 1815 [microform] occasioned by the death of Miss Betsy Tidd, deceased Dec. 21, 1815, in the twentieth year of her age by David Long. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Long, David, 1772-1850 1816-01-01
A discourse, delivered in Taunton, Massachusetts, at the funeral of Mr. Daniel Burt, who departed this life, October 5, 1802, in the sixty-eighth year of his age. By William Warren, A.B., candidate in Dighton, Massachusetts. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Warren, William, 1776-1836 1804-01-01
A discourse, delivered in Wethersfield, at the funeral of the Honourable John Chester, Esq., who died November 4th, 1809, in the 61st year of his age [microform] by John Marsh. Funeral sermons -- 1809. Marsh, John, 1742-1821 1809-01-01
A discourse, delivered in the East Meeting-House in Salem, September 2, 1807, at the annual meeting of the Salem Female Charitable Society. By William Bentley, Minister of the Second Church in Salem. Sermons -- 1807.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Bentley, William, 1759-1819 1807-01-01
A discourse, delivered in the First Baptist Meeting-House in Boston, on Wednesday, August 19, 1807 [microform] by Joseph Clay, on the occasion of his installation to the pastoral care of the First Baptist Church and Society in said town. Installation sermons -- 1807. Clay, Joseph, 1764-1811 1807-01-01
A discourse, delivered in the North Dutch Church, in the city of Albany, occasioned by the ever to be lamented death of Gen. Alexander Hamilton, July 29, 1804 [microform] by Eliphalet Nott. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Nott, Eliphalet, 1773-1866 1806-01-01
A discourse, delivered in the North meeting house in Bridgewater [microform] at the funeral of Doctor Ziba Bass, September 25, 1804 by Jonathan Strong. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Strong, Jonathan, 1764-1814 1805-01-01
A discourse, delivered in the South Church in Portsmouth;b at the interment of the Rev. Samuel Haven, D.D. who departed this life March 3, 1806, in the 79th year of his age, and 54th of his ministry. And of his wife, Mrs. Margaret Haven, who survived her husband about thirty-six hours. By Joseph Buckminster, D.D. [Two lines of Scripture texts] Also, a Monody on their deaths, by Rev. James A. Neal. Funeral sermons -- 1806.; Poems -- 1806.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Buckminster, Joseph, 1751-1812 1806-01-01
A discourse, delivered on the annual fast in Massachusetts, April 9, 1801. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Fast day sermons -- 1801 Apr. 9. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1801-01-01
A discourse, delivered on the annual fast in Massachusetts, April 9, 1801. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Fast day sermons -- 1801 Apr. 9. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1801-01-01
A discourse, delivered on the annual fast in Massachusetts, April 9, 1801. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Fast day sermons -- 1801 Apr. 9.; Ink stamps (Provenance).; Library copies (Provenance).; Presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1802-01-01
A discourse, delivered on the annual fast in Massachusetts, April 9th, 1801. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Fast day sermons -- 1801 Apr. 9.; Booksellers' advertisements -- New York (State) -- New York. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1801-01-01
A discourse, delivered on the national thanksgiving, April 13, 1815. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Thanksgiving sermons -- 1815 Apr. 13. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1815-01-01
A discourse, delivered the next Lord's Day after the interment of Deacon Peter Whiting, who departed this life, December 9, 1805, in the sixtieth year of his age. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. [Two lines of quotation] Funeral sermons -- 1805.; Blind stamps (Provenance). Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1805-01-01
A discourse, delivered to the members of the Female Cent Society, in Bedford, New-Hampshire, July 18, 1814. By Walter Harris, A.M. pastor of the church in Dunbarton. Sermons -- 1814.; Wrappers (Binding). Harris, Walter, 1761-1843 1814-01-01
A discourse, delivered, September 25, 1804, at the funeral of the Reverend James Malcomson, formerly minister of the original Presbyterian Church of Williamsburg, S.C. and late Minister of the Second Presbyterian Congregation of Charleston, South-Carolina. By the Rev. George Buist, D.D. Minister of the Presbyterian Church of Charleston, S.C. Published by desire of the members of the First and Second Presbyterian Congregations, and of the Hibernian Society, of the city of Charleston. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Buist, George, 1770-1808 1804-01-01
A discourse, designed to comfort the afflicted [microform] delivered Feb. 28th, 1806, at the interment of the Rev. Levi Frisbie, A.M., pastor of the First Church of Christ in Ipswich by Asahel Huntington. Funeral sermons -- 1806. Huntington, Asahel, 1761-1813 1806-01-01
A discourse, dilivered [sic] July 11, 1811, at the opening of the new meeting-house, belonging to the First Baptist Church and Society in Portland. By Caleb Blood, pastor of said church. Published by request. Dedication sermons -- 1811. Blood, Caleb, 1754-1814 1811-01-01
A discourse, in two parts, deeivered [sic] July 23, 1812, on the public fast, in the chapel of Yale College. By Timothy Dwight, DD. LLD. president of that seminary. Fast day sermons -- 1812 July 23.; Fast day sermons -- 1812 Aug. 20.; Ornate types (Type evidence). Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817 1813-01-01
A discourse, in two parts, delivered August 20, 1812, on the national fast, in the chapel of Yale College, by Timothy Dwight, D.D. L.L.D. president of that seminary. Published at the request of the students. Fast-day sermons -- 1812 Aug. 20. Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817 1813-01-01
A discourse, in two parts, delivered August 20, 1812, on the national fast, in the chapel of Yale College, by Timothy Dwight, D.D.L.L.D. president of that seminary. Published at the request of the students. Fast-day sermons -- 1812 Aug. 20. Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817 1812-01-01
A discourse, in two parts, delivered July 23, 1812, on the public fast, in the chapel of Yale College. By Timothy Dwight, D.D. L.L.D. president of that seminary. Published at the request of the students and others. Fast day sermons -- 1812 July 23.; Ornate types (Type evidence). Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817 1812-01-01
A discourse, in two parts, delivered July 23, 1812, on the public fast, in the chapel of Yale College. By Timothy Dwight, D.D. L.L.D. president of that seminary. Published at the request of the students, and others. Fast-day sermons -- 1812 July 23. Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817 1812-01-01
A discourse, in two parts, delivered July 23, 1812, on the public fast, in the chapel of Yale College. By Timothy Dwight, D.D. L.L.D. president of that seminary. Published at the request of the students, and others. Fast-day sermons -- 1812 July 23.; Fast-day sermons -- 1812 Aug. 20. Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817 1813-01-01
A discourse, lately prepared for the press. By Rev. Jonathan Barns, A.M. V.D.M. in Hillsborough. [Three lines of quotations] Sermons -- 1805.; Wrappers (Binding). Barns, Jonathan, 1749-1805 1805-01-01
A discourse, occasioned by the death of Captain Amos Hawes, who departed this life, January 18, 1804. In the 43d year of his age. By Nathaniel [i.e., Nathanael] Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1805-01-01
A discourse, occasioned by the death of Doctor Abijah Everett, who suddenly departed this life, January 2, 1804. In the 48th year of his age. By Nathaniel [i.e., Nathanael] Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1805-01-01
A discourse, occasioned by the death of George Gibbs, Esquire, and delivered in Trinity Church, Newport, Rhode Island, October 23, 1803 [microform] by Theodore Dehon. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Dehon, Theodore, 1776-1817 1803-01-01
A discourse, occasioned by the death of His Excellency, Jonathan Trumbull, Esq., governor of the state of Connecticut; and delivered, at the request of the General Assembly, in the Brick Church in New-Haven. By Timothy Dwight, D.D. president of Yale-College. Published by the request of the General Assembly. Funeral sermons -- 1809. Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817 1809-01-01
A discourse, occasioned by the death of Mrs. Mabel Lee [microform] by John Elliott. Funeral sermons -- 1800. Elliott, John, 1768-1824 1802-01-01
A discourse, occasioned by the death of the Reverend John Ewing, D.D. [microform] late Senior Pastor of the First Presbyterian Congregation, of the city of Philadelphia, and provost of the University of Pennsylvania by John Blair Linn. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Linn, John Blair, 1777-1804 1802-01-01
A discourse, occasioned by the late desolating fire. Delivered in the First Church in Portsmouth, the Lord's day succeeding that melancholy event. By Joseph Buckminster, A.M. [One line of quotation] Published by request. Sermons -- 1803.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Buckminster, Joseph, 1751-1812 1803-01-01
A discourse, on honesty in dealing; delivered at Middlebury, on the annual fast: April 15, 1818. By Joshua Bates, A.M. president of Middlebury College. Fast day sermons -- 1818 Apr. 15.; Printed wrappers (Binding). Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854 1818-01-01
A discourse, on occasion of the death of Mr. Eldridge Packer, of Shelburn [microform] by Daniel Clarke Sanders. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Sanders, Daniel Clarke, 1768-1850 1802-01-01
A discourse, on occasion of the death of William Coit, Esquire [microform] who died, February 15th, 1802, aetatis 46 by Daniel Clarke Sanders. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Sanders, Daniel Clarke, 1768-1850 1802-01-01
A discourse, on the decease of Mrs. Martha Russell [microform] who died at Burlington ... aged 50, the consort of David Russell, esquire by Daniel Sanders. Funeral sermons -- 1805. Sanders, Daniel Clarke, 1768-1850 1805-01-01
A dissertation on the death of Nehemiah Waterman, Esq. [microform] who died at Boston, October, 1802 by a friend to the bereaved family. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Friend to the bereaved family 1803-01-01
A fair character commands respect in life, and at death, affords consolation to surviving friends [microform] a sermon, delivered in Wendell, October 10, 1802, occasioned by the death of Mr. Abijah Clark, in the twenty-eighth year of his age by Joseph Kilburn. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Kilburn, Joseph, 1754-1816 1803-01-01
A faithful witness testifying the grace of God, and finishing his course with joy [microform] illustrated in a sermon, preached at the interment of Rev. Judah Nash, of Montague, Feb. 22d, 1805 by Joseph Kilburn. Funeral sermons -- 1805. Kilburn, Joseph, 1754-1816 1805-01-01
A farewell address, delivered at Sterling on Thursday, January 21, 1819. By Lemuel Capen, late minister of Sterling. Farewell sermons -- 1819.; Wrappers (Binding). Capen, Lemuel, 1788-1858 1819-01-01
A farewell address, delivered at Sterling, on Thursday, January 21, 1819. By Lemuel Capen, late minister of Sterling. Farewell sermons -- 1819. Capen, Lemuel, 1788-1858 1819-01-01
A farewell address, delivered in the Dutch Church at Waterford; occasioned by the departure for the frontiers of three detached companies of artillery, of the militia of the state of New-York, on the 21st of September, 1812. By Samuel Blatchford, D.D. Pastor of the United Presbyterian Congregations of Lansingburgh and Waterford. Sermons -- 1812. Blatchford, Samuel, 1767-1828 1812-01-01
A farewell sermon preached at West Liberty, Va. on the 11th September, 1814 [microform] by James Hughs, on leaving his congregations, Buffalo & Short Creek. Farewell sermons -- 1814. Hughs, James 1814-01-01
A farewell sermon, delivered at Tewksbury, May 22, 1803. By Titus Theodore Barton, A.M. [Two lines of Scripture texts] Farewell sermons -- 1803. Barton, Titus Theodore, 1766-1827 1803-01-01
A farewell sermon, preached to the First Presbyterian Society in Londonderry, September 23, 1804. By Jonathan Brown, A.M. Published at the request of the hearers. Farewell sermons -- 1804. Brown, Jonathan, 1759-1838 1805-01-01
A fast sermon, delivered at Thetford, January 12, 1815. On the day appointed by the President of the United States, for fasting and prayer, throughout the nation. By Asa Burton, D.D. pastor of the church in Thetford. Printed by particular request, and no alterations made, excepting those, which are verbal, and a further elucidation of a few particular ideas. Fast-day sermons -- 1815 Jan. 12. Burton, Asa, 1752-1836 1815-01-01
A fast sermon, preached at Fitchburg, July 23, 1812. By Titus T. Barton, A.B. Pastor of the Calvinistic Congregational Church in that town. Fast day sermons -- 1812 July 23. Barton, Titus Theodore, 1766-1827 1812-01-01
A father's reasons for baptizing his infant child. A discourse, delivered at Beverly, Feb. 1812. By Abiel Abbot, A.M. [Seven lines of Scripture texts] Sermons -- 1814.; Stiffened paper bindings (Binding). Abbot, Abiel, 1770-1828 1814-01-01
A favored land under peculiar obligations to religious praise and gratitude. A sermon, delivered upon the anniversary thanksgiving-day, November 28th, 1805, at Washington, Massachusetts. By William Gay Ballantine, A.B. Pastor of the church in Washington. Published by the request of many of the hearers. Thanksgiving sermons -- 1805 Nov. 28. Ballantine, William Gay, 1751-1820 1806-01-01
A few small illustrations of this season. Chas. H. Yale's newest Devil's auction ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
A firemen's, military & civic ball, will be given by William Penn Hose Company, no. 1, of Salem, at Nonantum Hall, Thursday, Thanksgiving night, Nov. 29, '60, to which your company, with ladies, is respectfully solicited. Committee of arrangements: foreman--John F. Staniford, Ass't Geo. Staten, Sec'y Geo. H. Hovey, ... Invitations. Staniford, John F 1860-01-01
A fireside name finest clothing and lowest prices! 818 & 820 Chestnut St. John Wanamaker & Co. n/a n/a 1887-01-01
A free sacred concert will be given by Charles Ansorge, assisted by the choir and other singers, on Sunday evening, Dec. 15, 1861, at Rev. Mr. Hall's Church, - - - Dorchester ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
A funeral address delivered at the interment of the Right Rev. Benjamin Moore ... [microform] on Friday the first day of March 1816, in Trinity Church to which is annexed an appendix on the place of departed spirits and the descent of Christ into hell by John Henry Hobart. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Hobart, John Henry, 1775-1830 1816-01-01
A funeral address, delivered on the twenty-sixth of May, 1818, at the interment of Doctor James Tillary, late president of the St. Andrew's Society of the city of New York [microform] by David Hosack. Funeral sermons -- 1818. Hosack, David, 1769-1835 1818-01-01
A funeral discourse commemorative of the Rev. Daniel M'Calla, D.D., late pastor of Independent or Congregational Church in parish of Christ's Church, S.C. [microform] delivered on the twenty-eigth day of May, 1809 by William Hollinshead. Funeral sermons -- 1809. Hollinshead, William, 1748-1817 1810-01-01
A funeral discourse commemorative of the Rev. Isaac S. Keith, D.D. [microform] late one of the pastors of the Independent or Congregational Church in Charleston delivered in the Circular Church Jan. 4, 1814, at the request of the board of managers of the Charleston Bible Society by Andrew Flinn. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Flinn, Andrew, 1773-1820 1814-01-01
A funeral discourse delivered at the interment of the Rev. Nathaniel Noyes, in the North Congregational Church of Newburyport, Dec. 14, 1810 [microform] by Samuel Spring. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Spring, Samuel, 1746-1819 1810-01-01
A funeral discourse delivered in Ellsworth, Sharon, on the death of Mrs. Julia Fuller [microform] wife of Mr. Ephraim Fuller, and daughter of Mr. Samuel Skiff who died June 1st, 1817, aged 19 years by Solyman Brown. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Brown, Solyman, 1790-1876 1818-01-01
A funeral discourse, delivered at Natick, May 11th, 1814, at the interment of Daniel Travis and Henry Coggin [microform] by Charles Train. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Train, Charles 1814-01-01
A funeral discourse, delivered at the meeting-house in Ellington, July 3, A.D. 1803, on the Sabbath after the interment of Deacon Gurdon Ellsworth, who died June 26, in the 66th year of his age. Published at the request of his afflicted family. By Diodate Brockway, A.M. pastor of the church in Ellington. [Two lines of quotations] Funeral sermons -- 1803. Brockway, Diodate, 1776-1849 1804-01-01
A funeral discourse, delivered in the East Meeting House, Salem. On Sunday, 15th April, 1804. The day after the interment of Benjamin Hodges, A.B. only son of Captain Benjamin and Hannah Hodges. Aged XIX. By William Bentley, Minister of the Second Congregational Church in Salem. [Three lines of Scripture texts] Funeral sermons -- 1804. Bentley, William, 1759-1819 1804-01-01
A funeral discourse, delivered to the Benevolent Congregational Society in Providence, in the state of Rhode Island, on the Lord's day after the interment of Enos Hitchcock D.D., who died February 27, 1803, in the 59th year of his age by David Tappan. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Tappan, David, 1752-1803 1803-01-01
A funeral discourse, occasioned by the death of Beriah Bishop, M.B. who died August 17th, 1805, in the 27th year of his age; in which the deceased is represented as addressing his surviving friends. By Rev. Beriah Hotchkin, A.M. pastor of the church in Greenfield, (New-York.) Published by request of the mourners. Funeral sermons -- 1805. Hotchkin, Beriah, 1752-1829 1806-01-01
A funeral discourse, the substance of which was delivered in Cavendish, at the interment of Mrs. Esther Chaplin [microform] by Isaiah Parker. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Parker, Isaiah, 1752-1848 1807-01-01
A funeral sermon [microform] delivered January 28th, 1802, at the interment of Rev. Noah Atwater, A.M., pastor of the church in Westfield by Joseph Lathrop. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Lathrop, Joseph, 1731-1820 1802-01-01
A funeral sermon [microform] delivered at Plymouth, December 14, 1800, occasioned by the death of Col. George Watson, who died December 3d, in the 83d year of his age ... by James Kendall. Funeral sermons -- 1800. Kendall, James, 1769-1859 1801-01-01
A funeral sermon delivered at Northeast-Town, February 26, 1809, one week subsequent to the burial of Harvey Roe ... [microform] by Isaac Allerton. Funeral sermons -- 1809. Allerton, Isaac 1809-01-01
A funeral sermon delivered at Southwick, October 6, 1811, on the occasion of the death of Homer Moore, Esqire [sic] attorney at law, who died at Worthington, Ohio, September 1, aged 24 years [microform] by Timothy Mather Cooley. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Cooley, Timothy Mather, 1772-1859 1815-01-01
A funeral sermon delivered at the burial of Williams Padelford, of Savoy, Massachusetts [microform] who died March 25, 1810, in the 30th year of his age by George Witherill. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Witherill, George 1810-01-01
A funeral sermon delivered in Amherst, Sept. 12, 1815 [i.e. 1816] at the interment of Doctor Seth Coleman [microform] who died on the ninth of the same month, aged 76 by Nathan Perkins, Jun. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Perkins, Nathan, 1777-1842 1817-01-01
A funeral sermon delivered on the alarming manner it pleased God to call from this world to his mercy in Christ three unfortunate youths [microform] two sons of the Rev. Mr. Babbit by the blowing up of the laboratory in Albany by John Foster. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Foster, John 1814-01-01
A funeral sermon occasioned by the death of Miss Sarah Coffin Whitney [microform] eldest daughter of Daniel Whitney, Esq. who died 11th January 1810, aetat 20 years preached Lord's Day, 14th January by James Gurney. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Gurney, James, d. 1839 1810-01-01
A funeral sermon on the death of Mrs. Eliza Villar [microform] delivered in the Frankford Presbyterian Church by John W. Doak. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Doak, John W. (John Whitefield), 1778-1820 1815-01-01
A funeral sermon on the death of the Hon. Joshua Stanton, Esq., late of Colchester, Vt. [microform] who died at Salisbury, Connecticut, on the twenty eight of October, 1806, aged 38 years, while returning from a journey for the benefit of his health by Aaron Crosman. Funeral sermons -- 1806. Crosman, Aaron 1807-01-01
A funeral sermon preached at Enfield, at the interment of the Rev. Nehemiah Prudden [microform] who died September 7, 1815, in the sixty-sixth year of his age, and the thirty-third of his ministry by Thomas Robbins. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Robbins, Thomas, 1777-1856 1816-01-01
A funeral sermon preached at Mansfield, First Society, September 15, 1815, at the funeral of Mrs. Mary Hanford Williams, consort of the Rev. Samuel P. Williams [microform] by Samuel Nott. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Nott, Samuel, 1754-1852 1815-01-01
A funeral sermon preached at Newfane [microform] occasioned by the death of Mr. Henry Sawtell, his wife and five children, who were all consumed by the flames of his house, which took fire on the night of 2d February, 1782 by Hezekiah Taylor to which is prefixed an account of their tragical deaths. Funeral sermons -- 1782. Taylor, Hezekiah, 1748-1814 1816-01-01
A funeral sermon preached at the occasion of the death of Mrs. Hannah Miller [microform] consort of the Rev. Jonathan A. Miller, September 14, 1819, at Mount-Morris, Genesee Co., N. Y. by Orren Miller. Funeral sermons -- 1819. Miller, Orren 1819-01-01
A funeral sermon, delivered at Belchertown, March 23d, 1809, at the interment of Mrs. Eunice Phelps, consort of Abner Phelps, A.B. By Sylvester Burt, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Western. Published by request. Funeral sermons -- 1809.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Burt, Sylvester, 1780-1838 1809-01-01
A funeral sermon, delivered at Loudon, January 24, 1810, at the interment of Mr. Abner Ames d'Wolf [microform] a member of Williams College who died at Williamstown, January 20th, in the twenty second year of his age, and the third year of his collegiate life by Timothy M. Cooley. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Cooley, Timothy Mather, 1772-1859 1810-01-01
A funeral sermon, delivered at Montpelier ... at the interment of Sibyl Brown ... [microform] by Chester Wright. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Wright, Chester, 1776-1840 1811-01-01
A funeral sermon, delivered at Southwick, October 6, 1811, on the occasion of the death of Homer Moore, Esquire, attorney at law ... [microform] by Timothy Mather Cooley. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Cooley, Timothy Mather, 1772-1859 1812-01-01
A funeral sermon, delivered in Sharon, Ellsworth Society, at the interment of Mrs. Dolly Chaffee [microform] consort of Mr. Joel Chaffee, who departed this life, September 18, 1810, aged 49 by Daniel Parker. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Parker, Daniel, 1774-1834 1811-01-01
A funeral sermon, occasioned by the death of David Hawks, who died March 19th, 1800 [microform] delivered on the Sabbath following by Joseph Field. Funeral sermons -- 1800. Field, Joseph, 1772-1866 1802-01-01
A funeral sermon, occasioned by the death of Mr. John Sampson Bobo [microform] a member of the Junior Class in the South-Carolina College, who was unfortunately drowned in the Congress River, near Columbia by Jonathan Maxcy. Funeral sermons -- 1819. Maxcy, Jonathan, 1768-1820 1819-01-01
A funeral sermon, occasioned by the death of a young man of color, by the name of William More [microform] delivered at Braintree, October 5, 1819 by Ammi Nichols. Funeral sermons -- 1819. Nichols, Ammi, 1781-1873 1819-01-01
A funeral sermon, occasioned by the much lamented death of Mrs. Ann H. Perry [microform] consort of Doctor David Perry delivered November 8, 1812 ... by Isaac Clinton. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Clinton, Isaac, 1759-1840 1813-01-01
A funeral sermon, on the death of the Honorable Paul Mumford, who departed this life July 20, 1805, in the 72d year of his age. By Joshua Bradley, A.M. Pastor of the Second Baptist Church in Newport. Published by request. Funeral sermons -- 1805.; Wrappers (Binding). Bradley, Joshua, 1773-1855 1805-01-01
A funeral sermon, preached in the town of Northeast, county of Dutchess and state of New-York, March 26, 1802, on occasion of the death of Alexander Spencer, Esquire, who died at Albany, March 18, 1802, being a member of the Legislature. By John Barnet [i.e., Barnett], A.M. Published at the request of the mourners. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Barnett, John, 1753-1837 1803-01-01
A geographical chart of the American federal republic. Or, a comprehensive view of the most interesting particulars relative to the geography, &c. of the United States of North America. Broadsides.; Gazetteers -- United States. Strong, James, 1768-1839 1806-01-01
A geographical description of Pennsylvania: also of the counties respectively, in the order in which they were established by the legislature. With an alphabetical list of the townships in each county; and their population in 1800. By Joseph Scott, author of the United States gazetteer, The modern geographical dictionary, in 4 vols. 8vo. A geographical dictionary of the United States of North America, &c. &c. Gazetteers -- Pennsylvania.; Maps -- Pennsylvania.; Relief prints.; Leather bindings (Binding). Scott, Joseph 1806-01-01
A geographical view of the British possessions in North America: comprehending Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, New Britain, Lower and Upper Canada, with all the country to the Frozen Sea on the North, and Pacific Ocean on the West. With an appendix, containing a concise history of the war in Canada, to the date of this volume. By M. Smith, author of the View of Upper Canada. Subscribers' lists.; Leather bindings (Binding).; Stained leather (Binding).; Gold tooled leather (Binding).; Fillet tools (Binding).; Lettering pieces (Binding).; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Smith, M. (Michael), 1776-1816? 1814-01-01
A good life the best evidence of a pious heart [microform] a discourse delivered Feb. 22, 1819, at the interment of the Rev. Joseph Lee, A.M., pastor of the church in Royalston ... by Joseph Estabrook. Funeral sermons -- 1819. Estabrook, Joseph, 1759-1830 1819-01-01
A good scholar [Charlie French.] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A gospel minister, though young, should be respectable by his example [microform] a sermon delivered at the ordination of ... Ezra Stiles Ely ... in Colchester, October 1, 1806 by Zebulon Ely. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Ely, Zebulon, 1759-1824 1806-01-01
A grand ball, will be given at Town Hall, Westboro', Wednesday eveing, Jan. 19, 1859. ... committee of arrangements. H. Forbes, H. Hastings, J. Jackson, J.L. Stone, ... distributing committee. J.Pingree, J. Adlington, Hopkinton; ... Invitations. Forbes, H 1859-01-01
A grand sacred concert ... Lyceum Hall, Dorchester ... February 19, 1871 ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
A grand social will be given by Redwood Lodge, no. 11, Knight of Pythias, at Aquidneck Assembly Rooms, Newport, R.I., Wednesday evening, November 24, 1875, Thanksgiving eve. You are courteously invited to attend with ladies, ... To be had of the following committee on presenting this invitation: Geo. W. Flagg. Aug. B. Davis. Frank Mason, ... Or on application to any member of the lodge. ... Invitations. Flagg, George W 1875-01-01
A grand success. C. Gorton's combined feed steamer & clothes washer. Every farmer needs one. ... Advertising cards. Gorton, C 1870-01-01
A grand vocal & instrumental concert complimentary to Miss Emma Weeks, will be given at Appleton Hall, fast-day evening, April 5, 1860. ... The services of Messers. Charles Owler, flutist, and W. Alonzo Owen, violinist ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
A great faith described and inculcated. A sermon, on Luke VII. 9. By Isaac Backus, A.M. pastor of a church in Middleborough. Sermons -- 1805.; Booksellers' advertisements -- Massachusetts -- Boston. Backus, Isaac, 1724-1806 1805-01-01
A great number!! Great original prize tale! Complete in this number! The Cape Ann advertiser for March 11, contains a great original and local prize story! entitled Amy Clowly! Written expressly for the "Advertiser," by Miss Sarah G. Duley ... Also, full particulars of the recent disasters and loss of life on Georges. ... All the local news! ... Terms $1,50 per year, in advance; single copies 4 cents. ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
A greate concerte ... Union Hall, in ye ancient towne of Cambridge, 13th day of ye 4th month ... 1876. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A happy new year. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A happy new year. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A heart-y trial will convince the most skeptical. "It fills the bill" Goodwill Soap made by Geo. E. Marsh & Co. Lynn, Mass. New England's purest. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A hint to parents! ... For sale at Branch Store ... 329 Chapel Street, New Haven, -- Ct. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A home in Maine by the sea. Birthplace of G.E. Mitchell, Kennebunk, Maine. Mitchell's kidney plasters ... belladonna plasters ... rheumatic plasters ... corn and bunion plaster. ... Advertising cards. Mitchell, G. E 1870-01-01
A journal, comprising an account of the loss of the Brig Commerce, of Hartford, (Con.) James Riley, master, upon the western coast of Africa, August 28th, 1815; also of the slavery and sufferings of the author and the rest of the crew, upon the desert of Zahara, in the years 1815, 1816, 1817; also, a brief historical and geographical view of the continent of Africa. By Archibald Robbins. Maps -- Africa, North.; Relief prints.; Leather bindings (Binding).; Gold stamped leather (Binding).; Lettering pieces (Binding). Robbins, Archibald, 1792-1865 1817-01-01
A large and general assortment European & India goods, imported directly from the manufactories, sold, wholesale and retail, very cheap for ready money only, by Richardson & Walker, no. 66, Cornhill, Boston. n/a n/a 1800-01-01
A lecture sermon, delivered in the Second Universalist Meeting House, in Boston, on the evening of the first Sabbath in December, 1819. By Hosea Ballou, pastor. Sermons -- 1819.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852 1819-01-01
A lecture sermon, delivered in the Second Universalist Meeting House, in Boston, on the evening of the third Sabbath in December, 1819. By Hosea Ballou, pastor. Sermons -- 1819. Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852 1819-01-01
A letter to Rev. Jeremiah Higbee [microform] containing a few remarks upon his sermon delivered at Dea S. Kingstery's, Alstead, at the funeral of Mr. Benton. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Kneeland, Abner, 1774-1844 1807-01-01
A lyste ... Library Halle, in New Rowley, (now called Georgetown) ... 2nd of April, 1874 ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
A lyste ... Parson Bale hys meeting house in ye towne of Melrose ... 10th daye of ye monthe of December ... 1873. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
A lyste ... Towne Hall, in ye towne of Grafton ... ye 3 day of Dec ... 1873. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
A lyste of sacred hymnes and tunes ... Second Congregational Meeting-House in ye town of Millbury, Mass. On ye 5th day of ye month of December ... Programme of ye great concerte. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A lyste or sacred hymns ... Parson Bale hys meeting house, in ye towne of Melrose ... 10th daye of ye monthe of December ... 1873. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
A man in ruins. A sermon preached in Center Church, Crawfordsville Ind., Lord's day evening, April 18, 1869, in view of the melancholly [sic] suicide of Mr. Mark Kirby, for two years a member of Wabash College. By President Tuttle. Broadsides.; Sermons -- 1869. Tuttle, Joseph F. (Joseph Farrand), 1818-1901 1869-01-01
A memorial in relation to a land grant in aid of the construction of the Lake Superior and Mississippi Railroad. To the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress assembled. Your memorialists, the Legislature of the state of Minnesota, would respectfully represent ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
A memorial of the Legislature of the state of Minnesota, to Congress, for a grant of land to aid in the construction of the Minnesota and Northwestern Railroad. n/a n/a 1868-01-01
A memorial of the Legislature of the state of Minnesota, to the Congress of the United States, praying for a grant of land to the Minnesota and Missouri Railroad Company to aid in the construction of a railroad from the Minnesota state line to the Missouri River, at Yankton, Dacotah Territory. n/a n/a 1868-01-01
A memorial to Congress for a grant of lands to make up the deficiency in the grant heretofore made to aid in the construction of the Minneapolis and Cedar Valley Railroad. To the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives, in Congress assembled. Your memorialists, the Legislature of the state of Minnesota, respectfully represent ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
A memorial to Congress for an additional grant of land to aid in the construction of the Southern Minnesota Railroad. To the Senate and House of Representatives, in Congress assembled. Your memorialists, the Legislature of the state of Minnesota, respectfully represent ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
A memorial to Congress, to aid the construction of the line of railroad of the Sioux City and St. Paul Railroad Company, of the state of Iowa, of the Minnesota Valley Railroad Co., of the state of Minnesota, and of the Lake Superior and Mississippi Railroad Co., of the state of Minnesota, upon the same terms and conditions as are provided in the act of Congress, entitled "An act to aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph line from the Missouri River to the Pacific Ocean, and to secure to the government the use of the same for postal, military, and other purposes," approved July first, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, so as to afford continuous railroad communication between the Union Pacific Railroad, and the head of Lake Superior. To the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress assembled: Your memorialists, the Legislature of the state of Minnesota, respectfully represent ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
A midsummer dream at Hotel Nantasket. ... Russell & Sturgis, managers. n/a n/a 1875-01-01
A midsummer's day dream. Gently o'er me stealing. New model buckeye mower. The standard new model buckeye. ... n/a n/a 1880-01-01
A missionary sermon, delivered in the North Presbyterian Meeting House, in Hartford, on the evening of May 19, 1812. At the request of the trustees of the Missionary Society of Connecticut. By Diodate Brockway; pastor of the church in Ellington. Sermons -- 1812. Brockway, Diodate, 1776-1849 1812-01-01
A missionary sermon, preached in the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, on the twenty-third of May, 1814. By Archibald Alexander. Sermons -- 1814. Alexander, Archibald, 1772-1851 1814-01-01
A narraitve [sic] of the life of Solomon Mack, containing an account of the many severe accidents he met with during a long series of years, together with the extraordinary manner in which he was converted to the Christian faith. To which is added, a number [of] hymns composed on the death of several of his relations. Biographies.; Devotional literature.; Hymns.; Poems -- 1811.; Wrappers (Binding). Mack, Solomon, 1732-1820 1810-01-01
A narration of the captivity of John Fillmore and his escape from the pirates. Captivity narratives. Moseley, Increase, 1712-1795 1802-01-01
A narrative of a voyage, taken by Capt. James Vanleason, from Amsterdam to China; and from there to the western continent of North America. Where he found a vast number of Indians, and one of the largest rivers in the world, lying in the latitude of 53d. 30m. north. The owner of the ship, Mr. John Vandeleur, went in her as supercargo, and bought a great quantity of fur of the natives. Also, an account of Mr. Vandeleur's being left behind on the continent, by the misconduct of the ship's company, where he lived almost seven years. Likewise, an account of his marriage with a sachem's or king's daughter, one of the Indian nation; by whom he had a son and a daughter. With an account of his conversion, while in that western world: and the conversion of the king, or sachem, the queen, and the sachem's family, with abundance of others. Together with an account of his returning again to Holland, and his father in law; with all the sachem's family, where they now live happy, and are all in Christian love. Written by his own hand, and sent to his uncle at Philadelphia, in the year 1796. With some account of the country and religion. Captivity narratives.; Imaginary voyages. Vandelure, John 1801-01-01
A narrative of the captivity & sufferings of James Van Horne [microform] who was nine months a prisoner by the Indians on the plains of Michigan. Captivity narratives. Van Horne, James 1817-01-01
A narrative of the captivity of Joseph Bartlett among the French and Indians. Written by himself. Captivity narratives. Bartlett, Joseph, 1686-1754 1807-01-01
A narrative of the life, adventures, travels and sufferings of Henry Tufts, now residing at Lemington, in the district of Maine. In substance, as compiled from his own mouth. [Two lines from Ovid] Entered as the act directs. Autobiographies.; Relief prints.; Leather bindings (Binding).; Gold tooled leather (Binding).; Bookplates (Provenance).; Ink stamps (Provenance).; Library copies (Provenance).; Annotations (Provenance). Tufts, Henry, 1748-1831 1807-01-01
A narrative of the most remarkable particulars in the life of James Albert, Akawsaw, Granwasa; as dictated by himself. Autobiographies.; Printed boards (Binding).; Pictorial bindings (Binding). Gronniosaw, James Albert Ukawsaw 1810-01-01
A narrative of the remarkable restoration of Miss Martha Howel, of Minden, in the state of New-York. By Elias Lee, Pastor of the Baptist Church at Ballston Springs. [Three lines of Scripture texts] The profits arising from the sale of this narrative, will be appropriated to the support of the subject thereof; on which account the copy-right has been secured. Biographies. Lee, Elias, 1765-1828 1807-01-01
A narrative of the singular sufferings of John Fillamore [i.e., Fillmore] and others, on board the noted pirate vessel, commanded by Captain Phillips: with an account of their daring enterprise, and happy escape from the tyranny of that desperate crew, by capturing their vessel. [Six lines of verse] Captivity narratives. Moseley, Increase, 1712-1795 1804-01-01
A narrative, of the life and sufferings of Matthew Bunn; who was taken by the Indians, in 1791, and afterwards made his escape, to the British; together with an accurate account of his treatment, while with them. Captivity narratives.; Bookplates (Provenance). Bunn, Matthew, b. 1772? 1806-01-01
A naval atlas [microform] being a correct set of charts from the latest and best surveys by John Malham. Atlases (Geographic) -- 1804. Malham, John, 1747-1821 1804-01-01
A new and elegant general atlas, comprising all the new discoveries, to the present time; containing sixty three maps, drawn by Arrowsmith and Lewis. Atlases (Geographic) -- 1804.; Intaglio prints.; Quarter bindings (Binding).; Marbled papers (Binding).; Annotations (Provenance). Arrowsmith, Aaron, 1750-1823 1804-01-01
A new and elegant general atlas. Comprising all the new discoveries, to the present time. Containing sixty three maps, drawn by Arrowsmith and Lewis. Intended to accompany the new improved edition of Morse's geography, but equally well calculated to be used with his Gazetteer, or any other geographical work. Atlases (Geographic) -- 1812.; Intaglio prints.; Quarter bindings (Binding).; Marbled papers (Binding).; Gold tooled leather (Binding). Arrowsmith, Aaron, 1750-1823 1812-01-01
A new and elegant general atlas. Comprising all the new discoveries, to the present time; containing sixty three maps, drawn by Arrowsmith and Lewis. Intended to accompany the new improved edition of Morse's geography, but equally well calculated to be used with any former edition, with his Gazetteer, or any other geographical work. Atlases (Geographic) -- 1805.; Intaglio prints.; Quarter bindings (Binding).; Marbled papers (Binding).; Gold tooled leather (Binding).; Illegible markings (Provenance). Arrowsmith, Aaron, 1750-1823 1805-01-01
A new gazetteer of the Eastern continent; or, A geographical dictionary: containing, in alphabetical order, a description of all the countries, kingdoms, states, cities, towns, principal rivers, lakes, harbours, mountains, &c. &c. in Europe, Asia, Africa, and their adjacent islands. Carefully compiled from the best authorities. By Jedidiah Morse, D.D. A.A.S. S.H.S. author of the American universal geography, and American gazetteer, and Rev. Elijah Parish, A.M. Illustrated with eighteen maps. Designed as a second volume, to the American gazetteer. Gazetteers -- Africa.; Gazetteers -- Asia.; Gazetteers -- Europe.; Dictionaries.; Maps -- Africa.; Maps -- Asia.; Maps -- Europe.; Intaglio prints.; Marbled papers (Binding).; Binders' instructions (Binding).; Sprinkled edges (Binding).; Leather bindings (Binding).; Stained leather (Binding).; Gold tooled leather (Binding).; Fillet tools (Binding).; Dentelle bindings (Binding).; Lettering pieces (Binding).; Subscription editions (Publishing).; Bookplates (Provenance). Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826 1802-01-01
A new general strengthening aperient, combining efficacy, economy and portability. Tarrant's effervescent seltzer aperient ... Tarrant & Co. 278 Greenwich Street, New York. n/a n/a 1866-01-01
A new heart the child's best portion. A sermon to children. By the Rev. George Burder. Juvenile literature -- 1806.; Children's sermons. Burder, George, 1752-1832 1806-01-01
A new heart, the child's best portion. Juvenile literature -- 1816.; Children's sermons.; Publishers' advertisements -- New York (State) -- New York. Burder, George, 1752-1832 1816-01-01
A new summer resort. "Madockawando." Inner Heron Island, South Bristol, Maine. ... This island is owned by the New England Land Company. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A new system of mythology, in two volumes; giving a full account of the idolatry of the pagan world, illustrated by analytical tables, and 50 elegant copperplate engravings, representing more than 200 subjects, in a third volume, particularly adapted to the capacity of junior students, compiled, digested, and arranged, by Robert Mayo, M.D. author of A view of ancient geography, and history. Subscribers' lists.; Intaglio prints. Mayo, Robert, 1784-1864 1815-01-01
A perfect blend of private plantation java, and pure Arabian mocha always packed in two pound air-tight tin cans never sold in bulk. ... Chase & Sanborn, Importers. n/a n/a 1886-01-01
A perfect facsimile of 12 one gallon cans and case. Home Light Oil cannot explode. ... Empire Refining Company Limited New York water white Home Light Oil fire 150̊ test. ... Empire Refining Company, Limited 116 Pearl St. New York. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A plea for "the American Bible Society." A sermon, delivered on Sabbath evening, March 29, 1818. In the Third Presbyterian Church, Albany. By Hooper Cumming, A.M. Pastor of said church. Sermons -- 1818. Cumming, Hooper, 1788-1825 1818-01-01
A plea for Africa. A sermon preached October 26, 1817, in the First Presbyterian Church in the City of New-York, before the Synod of New-York and New-Jersey, at the request of the Board of Directors of the African School established by the synod. By Edward D. Griffin, D.D. Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Newark, New-Jersey. Published by request of the board. Sermons -- 1817. Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1770-1837 1817-01-01
A plea for the poor. A sermon, delivered in the Independent Tabernacle, in Philadelphia, on Sabbath evening, the 18th December, 1814. For the benefit of the Female Hospitable Society. By Jacob Brodhead, A.M. Pastor of the Reformed Dutch Church in Crown-Street. Sermons -- 1814.; Wrappers (Binding). Brodhead, Jacob, 1782-1855 1815-01-01
A pleasant reflection. For washing and cle[ani]ng everything, no matter [wha]t, Soapine works ... Kendall Mfg. Co. ... Providence, R.I. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A poem on the death of Mr. Abraham Rice, aged 80, and Mr. John Cloyes, aged 41, who were struck with lightning, June 3, 1777, in Framingham, Mass. By Lydia Learnard [i.e., Learned]. (Copied from original, Feb. 1, 1868.) Broadsides.; Poems -- 1868.; Elegies. Learned, Lydia, 1730-1792 1868-01-01
A poem on the death of Mr. Abraham Rice, aged 80, and Mr. John Cloyes, aged 41, who were struck with lightning, June 3, 1777, in Framingham. [Two lines from Psalms] By Lydia Learned, of Framingham. Broadsides.; Elegies.; Poems -- 1861.; Presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Learned, Lydia, 1730-1792 1861-01-01
A poem, on the existence of God. An ode on Creation. To which are added several hymns, and an eulogy on General George Washington. By Jonathan Allen, A.M. [Three lines from Milton] Poems -- 1803.; Hymns.; Elegies. Allen, Jonathan, 1749-1827 1803-01-01
A poem; on the distressing, and afflictive death of the Rev. Josiah M. Muspratt; who was killed in an awful manner; being caught in the machinery of Whitesborough factory, carried up to the floor above by his arm, where it was drawn from his body, from whence he fell again to the floor, torn and lacerated in the most shockng manner; May, 1827. Broadsides.; Elegies.; Relief prints. J. H 1827-01-01
A positive cure for sick headache. Carter's little liver pills. ... Carter Medicine Co., New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A preached Gospel, the great instituted means of salvation [microform] illustrated in a discourse delivered January 20th, 1808, at the ordination of the Rev. Elijah G. Welles by Nathan Perkins. Ordination sermons -- 1808. Perkins, Nathan, 1748-1838 1808-01-01
A premium presented, as the reward of merit, by D. Jaudon, to his amiable young friend and pupil, Miss [Rebecca Irvine] Union Hall, A.D. 180[8]... n/a n/a 1808-01-01
A preservative against Unitarianism: a sermon, preached on Trinity Sunday, at Trinity Church, June 9, 1811. By John S.J. Gardiner, A.M. rector. Sermons -- 1811. Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1811-01-01
A prize declamation of the junior class of Bowdoin College will take place this evening, at the Congregational Church. ... C.P. Roberts, N.G. White, J.P. Skeele, com. Tuesday, Aug. 27, 1844. n/a n/a 1844-01-01
A prize declamation of the junior class of Bowdoin College will take place this evening, at the Congregational Church. ... F.L. Washburn, D.R. Hastings, J. Howes, Jr. com. Tuesday, Aug. 29, 1843. n/a n/a 1843-01-01
A prize declamation of the junior class of Bowdoin College will take place this evening, at the Congregational Vestry. ... Monday, Aug. 25, 1845. n/a n/a 1845-01-01
A prize declamation of the sophomore class of Bowdoin College will take place this evening, at the Congregational Church. ... Wednesday, Aug. 28, 1844. n/a n/a 1844-01-01
A public exhibition of the senior and junior classes of Bowdoin College will take place this evening, at the Congregational Vestry. J.A. Waterman, C.M. Chamberlain, Alvin Boody, com. Tuesday, Nov. 11th, 1845. n/a n/a 1845-01-01
A reformation of morals practicable and indispensable. A sermon delivered at New-Haven on the evening of October 27, 1812. By Lyman Beecher, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Litchfield. Sermons -- 1813.; Ornate types (Type evidence). Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863 1813-01-01
A reformation of morals practicable and indispensable. A sermon delivered at New-Haven on the evening of October 27, 1812. By Lyman Beecher, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Litchfield. Sermons -- 1812. Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863 1814-01-01
A reformation of morals practicable and indispensable. A sermon delivered at New-Haven on the evening of October 27, 1812. By Lyman Beecher, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Litchfield. Sermons -- 1812. Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863 1814-01-01
A reformation of morals practicable and indispensable. A sermon, delivered at New-Haven, on the evening of October, 27, 1812, by Lyman Beecher, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Litchfield. Sermons -- 1813. Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863 1813-01-01
A reprint, with some additions, of Document: state of New York, no. 26. In Convention, July 12, 1867. Memorial from Dr. Francis Lieber, relative to verdicts of jurors. New York, June 26th, 1867. Dear Sir: Observing in the papers that you have proposed in the convention to abolish the unanimity of jurors as a requsite for a verdict in civil cases, I beg leave to address to you a few remarks on a subject which has occupied my mind ... Memorials (Legal). Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872 1867-01-01
A reward of merit is bestowed upon [Master William Gray] for [blank] unremitted application to [his] books, [his] great proficience and good behaviour, while under my instruction, for which [he] receives my warmest approbation. [Mary F. Ide.] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A reward of merit is bestowed upon [Master William Gray] for [his] unremitted application to [his] book[s], [his] great proficiency and good behaviour, while under my instruction, for which [he] receives my warmest approbation. [Mary F. Ide]. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A scheme of exercises at the public exhibition in Middlebury College, on May 5th, 1801. n/a n/a 1801-01-01
A school atlas accompanying Ancient and modern geography [microform] by Jacob A. Cummings. Atlases (Geographic) -- 1815. Cummings, J. A. (Jacob Abbot), 1772-1820 1815-01-01
A series of sermons, upon the most important principles of our holy religion, in two volumes. By Alexander Macwhorter, D.D. Senior Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, in Newark, New-Jersey. Vol. I-[II]. [One line from Paul] Copy right secured. Sermons -- Collections.; Subscribers' lists.; Marbled papers (Binding).; Leather bindings (Binding).; Stained leather (Binding).; Gold tooled leather (Binding).; Fillet tools (Binding).; Dentelle bindings (Binding).; Lettering pieces (Binding).; Subscription editions (Publishing).; Presentation inscriptions (Provenance).; Annotations (Provenance).; Binders' tickets (Binding). Macwhorter, Alexander, 1734-1807 1803-01-01
A sermon [microform] delivered Feb. 24, 1802, at the interment of Mrs. Sibyl Waters ... by Seth Payson. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Payson, Seth, 1758-1820 1802-01-01
A sermon [microform] delivered Nov. 11, 1802, at the interment of Mrs. Betsey Wood, æt. 52, consort of General Abiel Wood, of Wiscasset by Hezekiah Packard. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Packard, Hezekiah, 1761-1849 1803-01-01
A sermon [microform] delivered at Plymouth, September 4, 1803, occasioned by the death of the Rev. David Tappan, D.D., Hollis professor of divinity in Harvard College, who died August 23, aged fifty-one by James Kendall. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Kendall, James, 1769-1859 1803-01-01
A sermon [microform] delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Isaac Robinson, A.M. to the pastoral care of the church in Stoddard, January 5, 1805 by Reed Paige. Ordination sermons -- 1803. Paige, Reed, 1764-1816 1803-01-01
A sermon [microform] preached on the Lord's day, July 25th, 1802, on the occasion of the death of Mrs. Zerviah Wheeler, consort of Bennett Wheeler, and daughter of the late Deacon John Field by James Wilson. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Wilson, James, 1760-1839 1802-01-01
A sermon at the funeral of Mr. Jedediah Wilbur, of Worthington [microform] who died October 31st, 1815, aged 86 preached extempore, and written from recollection, by Jonathan L. Pomeroy. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Pomeroy, Jonathan L. (Jonathan Law), 1768-1836 1816-01-01
A sermon at the interment of Mrs. Phebe Foster, consort to the Rev. Edmund Foster [microform] preached at Littleton, July 17th, 1812 by Charles Stearns. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Stearns, Charles, 1753-1826 1812-01-01
A sermon at the ordination of Rev. Lemuel Capen, preached at Sterling, March 22d. 1815. By Thaddeus Mason Harris, D.D. Minister of the First Church and Society in Dorchester. [Three lines of quotations]. Ordination sermons -- 1815. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1815-01-01
A sermon concerning the excellency and usefulness of the Common prayer: preached by William Beveridge, D.D. late Bishop of St. Asaph, at the opening of the Parish Church of St. Peter's, Cornhill, London, the 27th of November, 1681. Dedication sermons -- 1681. Beveridge, William, 1637-1708 1816-01-01
A sermon delivered 14th January, 1817 [microform] at the funeral of the Rev. Timothy Dwight, D.D., LL.D., president of Yale College ... and professor of divinity in that institution, who died, Jan. 11th, 1817 ... by Calvin Chapman. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Chapman, Calvin 1817-01-01
A sermon delivered April 28, 1817, before the Association for the Suppression of Intemperance, and the Promotion of Morality in the town of Hanover, Massachusetts. By John Butler, Pastor of the Baptist Church in Hanover. Published at the request of the Association. Sermons -- 1817. Butler, John, 1789-1856 1817-01-01
A sermon delivered Feb. 24th, 1808, at the ordination of the Rev. Andrew Eliot [microform] to the pastoral care of the Consociated Church in New-Milford by Samuel Fisher. Ordination sermons -- 1808. Fisher, Samuel 1808-01-01
A sermon delivered July 17, 1812, in Monson, at the funeral of Mrs. Nancy Ely, wife of the Rev. Alfred Ely, who died July 15th in the 34th year of her age [microform] by Warren Fay. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Fay, Warren, 1784-1864 1812-01-01
A sermon delivered Lord's day, November 2, 1806, at the ordination of the Rev. Samuel Rowley, to the pastoral care of the Baptist Church in Granville, N. York [microform] by Henry Green. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Green, Henry 1807-01-01
A sermon delivered March 11, 1819, at South Hall, at the interment of Ruggles Woodbridge, Esq. [microform] who departed this life on the eighth of the same month in the [60th] year of his age by Joseph Lyman. Funeral sermons -- 1819. Lyman, Joseph, 1749-1828 1819-01-01
A sermon delivered March 12, 1818, at the funeral of the Rev. William Morrison, D.D., pastor of the Presbyterian church in the west parish of Londonderry [microform] by Daniel Dana. Funeral sermons -- 1818. Dana, Daniel, 1771-1859 1818-01-01
A sermon delivered May 3, 1812, at the funeral of Samuel Abbot, one of the founders of the Theological Seminary in Andover [microform] by Leonard Woods published by request of the trustees and visitors. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Woods, Leonard, 1774-1854 1812-01-01
A sermon delivered November 13th, 1814, at Cornwall, Connecticut, at the funeral of the Hon, Heman Swift, Esq. [microform] who died November 12th, 1814, in the eighty-second year of his age Timothy Stone. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Stone, Timothy, 1774-1852 1815-01-01
A sermon delivered November 26, 1808. At the interment of the Rev. Thomas Cary, A.M. Senior Pastor of the First Religious Society in Newburyport. By John Andrews, A.M. surviving pastor. [Two lines of Scripture texts] Funeral sermons -- 1808. Andrews, John, 1764-1845 1808-01-01
A sermon delivered November 26, 1808. At the interment of the Rev. Thomas Cary, A.M. senior Pastor of the First Religious Society in Newburyport. By John Andrews, A.M. surviving Pastor. [Two lines of Scripture texts] Funeral sermons -- 1808. Andrews, John, 1764-1845 1808-01-01
A sermon delivered Thursday, July 27, 1815, at the interment of the Rev. Joseph Barker, pastor of the First Congregational Church in Middleborough ... [microform] by Jacob Norton. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Norton, Jacob, 1764-1858 1815-01-01
A sermon delivered [upon the] interment of Miss Susan Winchester ... who died Dec. 28, 1815, in the 18th year of her age [microform] by Ashbel Parmelee. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Parmelee, Ashbel 1815-01-01
A sermon delivered at Ashburnham, April 4th, 1819 at the interment of Miss Rebecca Meriam ... [microform] by John Cushing. Funeral sermons -- 1819. Cushing, John, 1744-1823 1819-01-01
A sermon delivered at Ashburnham, March 23, 1817, at the interment of George Wilker, Jun. by John Cushing. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Cushing, John, 1744-1823 1817-01-01
A sermon delivered at Boston, Nov. 10, 1816, on the death of David Sears, Esq. By the Rev. J.S.J. Gardner [i.e., Gardiner], D.D. Rector of Trinity Church. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1816-01-01
A sermon delivered at Brookfield on Lord's Day, July 21, 1811, at the interment of Mrs. Sarah Pratt [microform] wife of John Pratt, Esq. who departed from this life July 20, 1811 ... by Elijah Lyman. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Lyman, Elijah, 1764-1828 1817-01-01
A sermon delivered at Brookline, New Hampshire, November 27, 1817, at the interment of the remains of Rev. Lemuel Wadsworth [microform] by Ebenezer Hill. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Hill, Ebenezer, 1766-1854 1818-01-01
A sermon delivered at Buxton, A.D. 1802, at the ordination of Abner Flanders, to the work of the ministry: by William Batchelder of Berwick, preacher of the Gospel. Published by request. Ordination sermons -- 1802.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Batchelder, William, 1768-1818 1803-01-01
A sermon delivered at Cambridge, December 25, 1817: at the opening of a new meeting house, and constitution of the Baptist Church in that place. By Thomas Baldwin, D.D. Pastor of the Second Baptist Church in Boston. Published by request. Dedication sermons -- 1817. Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825 1818-01-01
A sermon delivered at Charlestown, the Sabbath after the interment of Miss Mary Russell, who died July 24, 1806, aged 53 years [microform] by Jedidiah Morse. Funeral sermons -- 1806. Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826 1806-01-01
A sermon delivered at Chelmsford, November 16, 1803 [microform] at the ordination of the Rev. Wilkes Allen, to the pastoral care of the church and society in that place by Joseph Sumner. Ordination sermons -- 1803. Sumner, Joseph, 1740-1824 1804-01-01
A sermon delivered at Claremont, New-Hampshire, at the interment of the Hon. Caleb Ellis [microform] one of the justices of the Supreme Judicial Court of New-Hampshire, May 13, 1816 by Stephen Farley. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Farley, Stephen, 1779-1851 1816-01-01
A sermon delivered at Deerfield, New Hampshire, February 25, 1811 [microform] at the funeral of the Reverend Timothy Upham ... by Peter Holt. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Holt, Peter, 1763-1851 1811-01-01
A sermon delivered at Durham, April 4, 1819 [microform] occasioned by the death of Deacon John Tibbals, aged 45 by David Smith. Funeral sermons -- 1819. Smith, David, 1767-1862 1819-01-01
A sermon delivered at East-Haven, Connecticut, January 13, 1808, at the ordination of the Reverend Saul Clark, to the work of the Gospel ministry in that place [microform] by Vinson Gould. Ordination sermons -- 1808. Gould, Vinson, 1773-1841 1808-01-01
A sermon delivered at Epsom, New-Hampshire, November 12, 1813, at the funeral of the Reverend Ebenezer Haseltine [microform] who departed this life November 10, 1813, in the 59th year of his age and 20th year of his ministry by Isaac Smith. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Smith, Isaac, 1744-1817 1813-01-01
A sermon delivered at Gardner, Dec. 29, 1802 at the interment of Mr. Seth Heywood, Jun. [microform] who died at Westminster, by the side of the high-way, on Friday evening, the 24th instant, and was not discovered until the Monday following by Jonathan Osgood. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Osgood, Jonathan, 1761-1822 1803-01-01
A sermon delivered at Hartford, January 6, 1807 [microform] at the funeral of the Rev. James Cogswell ... by Nathan Strong. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Strong, Nathan, 1748-1816 1807-01-01
A sermon delivered at Leicester, December 8, 1814, at the funeral of Col. Thomas Denny [microform] by John Nelson. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Nelson, John, 1786-1871 1815-01-01
A sermon delivered at Loudon, August 17, 1806 [microform] after the Funeral of Mr. John Casey Clark, son of Mr. Stephen Clark of Loudon by Jedidiah Tucker. Funeral sermons -- 1806. Tucker, Jedidiah, 1761-1818 1807-01-01
A sermon delivered at Mansfield, July 31, 1808 [microform] being the fourth Lord's Day, after the internment of the Rev. Roland Green ... who died July 4, 1808, in the 71st year of his age by Stephen Palmer. Funeral sermons -- 1808. Palmer, Stephen, 1766-1821 1808-01-01
A sermon delivered at Mason, New-Hampshire, May 16, 1817, at the funeral of Mrs. Mary Blodgett ... [microform] by Ebenezer Hill. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Hill, Ebenezer, 1766-1854 1818-01-01
A sermon delivered at Mendon, June 12, 1818, at the interment of Mrs. Patience George, who died June 10, 1818 [microform] by James Wilson. Funeral sermons -- 1818. Wilson, James, 1760-1839 1819-01-01
A sermon delivered at Middlefield at the funeral of Col. David Lyman, who died Feb. 28th, 1815 [microform] by David Smith. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Smith, David, 1767-1862 1816-01-01
A sermon delivered at Needham, March 12, 1815, the Lord's day after the decease of Mrs. Clarissa Allen, consort of Mr. Thaddeus Allen, and daughter of Mr. Nathaniel Bullard, who died March 7, 1815 [microform] by Thomas Noyes. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Noyes, Thomas, 1769-1837 1815-01-01
A sermon delivered at New Ipswich, Sept. 22, 1815, at the funeral of Miss Clarissa Davis by Ebenezer Hill. Also, Extracts from her diary and letters [edited] by Richard Hall [microform]. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Hill, Ebenezer, 1766-1854 1816-01-01
A sermon delivered at New-Ipswich June 3, 1811 at the interment of ... Miss Ruthy Batcheller ... A sermon delivered at New-Ipswich August 6, 1811 at the interment of ... Master William Kimbal Batcheller ... [microform] by Ebenezer Hill. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Hill, Ebenezer, 1766-1854 1812-01-01
A sermon delivered at Newport, New-Hampshire, at the funeral of Mrs. Sally Buell, wife of Mr. Chalker Buell, who died February 2, 1813, aetatis 36 [microform] by Joseph Rowell. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Rowell, Joseph, 1767-1842 1813-01-01
A sermon delivered at Orford, May 20, 1801, at the ordination of ... Sylvester Dana [microform] by Stephen Fuller. Ordination sermons -- 1801. Fuller, Stephen, 1757-1816 1801-01-01
A sermon delivered at Penobscot, November 10, 1807, at the interment of the Rev. Jonathan Powers [microform] by Jonathan Fisher. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Fisher, Jonathan, 1768-1847 1808-01-01
A sermon delivered at Pittsfield, New-Hampshire, March 21, 1818, at the funeral of the Rev. Benjamin Sargent [microform] who departed this life March 19, 1818, aged 58 by Josiah Prentice. Funeral sermons -- 1818. Prentice, Josiah, 1772-1855 1818-01-01
A sermon delivered at Plainfield New-Hampshire at the funeral of the Hon. Daniel Kimball, Esquire [microform] who died February 27, 1817, aged 63 by David Dickinson. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Dickinson, David, 1770-1857 1817-01-01
A sermon delivered at Plymouth, December 21st, 1804; the anniversary of the landing of our fathers in December, 1620. By Alden Bradford, A.M.S.H.S. Published at the request of Ephraim Spooner and Roseter Cotton, Esq'rs. and Capt. Joseph Bartlett, the committee of the town of Plymouth, by whose desire it was delivered. Forefathers' day sermons -- 1804.; Wrappers (Binding). Bradford, Alden, 1765-1843 1805-01-01
A sermon delivered at Pomfret (Vermont) [microform] at the ordination of the Rev. Ignatius Thomson, November 20th, 1805 by Allen Pratt. Ordination sermons -- 1805. Pratt, Allen, 1766-1843 1806-01-01
A sermon delivered at Pomfret, July 18, 1819, at the funeral of Deacon Simeon Cotton [microform] who died July 16, 1819, in the 80th year of his age by James Porter. Funeral sermons -- 1819. Porter, James, 1785-1856 1819-01-01
A sermon delivered at Rutland, West-Parish, in the year 1805 designed to refute the doctrine of universal salvation. By Lemuel Haynes, A.M. Together with an epistle to the author, containing a brief reply to the sermon by the Rev. Hosea Ballou, of Barnard, Vermont. Sermons -- 1805.; Hymns. Haynes, Lemuel, 1753-1833 1807-01-01
A sermon delivered at St. Louis, August 17, 1817, on account of the death of Edward Hempstead ... [microform] by Salmon Giddings. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Giddings, Salmon, 1782-1828 1818-01-01
A sermon delivered at Sutton, at the interment of Mr. Isaac Stiles, March 27th, 1808 [microform] by Joseph Goffe. Funeral sermons -- 1808. Goffe, Joseph, 1766-1846 1808-01-01
A sermon delivered at Wilmington, Vt., January 16, 1817, at the funeral of Mr. George Reynolds [microform] by Hollis Samson. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Samson, Hollis 1817-01-01
A sermon delivered at Wiscasset, in the district of Maine, Sept. 8, 1802, at the installation of the Rev. Hezekiah Packard, to the pastoral office in that place [microform] by David Tappan. Installation sermons -- 1802. Tappan, David, 1752-1803 1802-01-01
A sermon delivered at the Episcopal Church in Cambridge, by the request of the wardens and vestry, December 25, 1809, in celebration of the nativity of our Blessed Saviour. By Abiel Holmes, D.D. Minister of the First Church in Cambridge. Christmas sermons -- 1809. Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1810-01-01
A sermon delivered at the Second Universalist Meeting in Boston, on the evening of the first Sabbath in January, 1818. By H. Ballou. Sermons -- 1818. Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852 1818-01-01
A sermon delivered at the Second Universalist Meeting, in Boston, on the afternoon of the fourth Sabbath in July, 1818. By Hosea Ballou, pastor. Sermons -- 1818. Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852 1818-01-01
A sermon delivered at the dedication of the new-meeting-house in Bellingham, October 27, 1802. By Thomas Baldwin, A.M. Pastor of the Second Baptist Church in Boston. Dedication sermons -- 1802.; Illegible markings (Provenance). Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825 1802-01-01
A sermon delivered at the funeral of Daniel Morse, Esq., at Herkimer, June 4, 1819 [microform] by Hezekiah N. Woodruff. Funeral sermons -- 1819. Woodruff, Hezekiah N. (Hezekiah North), 1763-1833 1819-01-01
A sermon delivered at the funeral of Deacon Stephen Baldwin, of the First Presbyterian Church, Newark, February 4, 1816 [microform] by James Richards. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Richards, James, 1767-1843 1816-01-01
A sermon delivered at the funeral of Mr. Cyrus Babcock, A.B., son of Elder Rufus Babcock, pastor of the Baptist church in Colebrook ... [microform] who departed life in Colebrook, on Thursday, March 6, 1817, aged 28 years, and was interred on the Lord's Day following by Chauncey Lee. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Lee, Chauncey, 1763-1842 1817-01-01
A sermon delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Jerusha Lathrop [microform] who died September, 14, 1805 by Joseph Strong. Funeral sermons -- 1805. Strong, Joseph, 1753-1834 1805-01-01
A sermon delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Olive Lee, the wife of Rev. Chauncey Lee, of Colebrook; who departed life January 5, 1818, aged 43 years. By James Beach, Pastor of the Congregational Church in Winsted. Funeral sermons -- 1818.; Relief prints. Beach, James, 1780-1850 1818-01-01
A sermon delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Wealthean Benton who died at Lee, Massachusetts, March 19, 1814 [microform] by Alvan Hyde. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Hyde, Alvan, 1768-1833 1814-01-01
A sermon delivered at the funeral of Oliver Webster, April 20, 1818 [microform] by Philander Parmele. Funeral sermons -- 1818. Parmelee, Philander, 1783-1822 1819-01-01
A sermon delivered at the funeral of the Rev. Eleazar Storrs ... who died December 24, 1810 ... by Eleazar Storrs. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Hyde, Alvan, 1768-1833 1811-01-01
A sermon delivered at the interment of Rev. John Lathrop, D.D. [microform] pastor of the Second Church of Christ in Boston who died Jan. 4, 1816 ... by Francis Parkman. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Parkman, Francis, 1788-1852 1816-01-01
A sermon delivered at the interment of Rev. Timothy Pitkin [microform] ... who departed this life July 8, 1812, in the 86 year of his age by Nathan Perkins. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Perkins, Nathan, 1748-1838 1812-01-01
A sermon delivered at the interment of William Billings, Esq. [microform] who died Nov. 8, 1812 to which is annexed an appendix containing memoirs of Miss Jerusha Billings ... by John Emerson. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Emerson, John, 1745-1826 1813-01-01
A sermon delivered at the interment of the Rev. Asahel Hooker [microform] pastor of the church in Chelsea, Norwich, who departed this life April 19, 1813, in the 51st year of his age by Joseph Strong. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Strong, Joseph, 1753-1834 1813-01-01
A sermon delivered at the interment of the Rev. Jonathan Murdock, pastor of the church in Bozrah [microform] who departed this life Jan. 17, 1813, in the 67th year of his age by Joseph Strong. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Strong, Joseph, 1753-1834 1813-01-01
A sermon delivered at the interment of the Rev. Nathan Strong, D.D. [microform] pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Hartford, who died December 25, 1816, aged sixty-eight, and in the forty-third year of his ministry by Nathan Perkins. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Perkins, Nathan, 1748-1838 1817-01-01
A sermon delivered at the interment of the Reverend Jesse Appleton ... [microform] president of Bowdoin College, in Brunswick, Maine who died Nov. 12th, 1819, æt. 47 by Benjamin Tappan. Funeral sermons -- 1819. Tappan, Benjamin, 1788-1863 1819-01-01
A sermon delivered at the opening of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, May 1808. By the Rev. Archibal Alexander, Pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church, in the city of Philadelphia. Sermons -- 1808.; Ink stamps (Provenance). Alexander, Archibald, 1772-1851 1808-01-01
A sermon delivered at the ordination of ... Thomas Rich to the ... Third Church in Saybrook, June 13, 1804 [microform] by Nehemiah Prudden. Ordination sermons -- 1804. Prudden, Nehemiah, 1749-1815 1804-01-01
A sermon delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Asa Meech [microform] colleague pastor with the Rev. John Porter in the Fourth Church in Bridgewater, October 15, 1800 by Lemuel Tyler. Ordination sermons -- 1800. Tyler, Lemuel, 1761-1810 1801-01-01
A sermon delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Jared Sparks, to the pastoral care of the First Independent Church in Baltimore, May 5, 1819. By William Ellery Channing, Minister of the Church of Christ, in Federal-Street, Boston. Published by request. Ordination sermons -- 1819. Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842 1819-01-01
A sermon delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Leonard Withington [microform] to the pastoral care of the First Church and Society in Newbury, Oct. 31, 1816 by John Codman. Ordination sermons -- 1816. Codman, John, 1782-1847 1817-01-01
A sermon delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Samuel P. Robbins [microform] to the pastoral care of the First Church and Society in Marietta, state of Ohio, Jan. 8th, 1806 by Thomas Robbins. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Robbins, Thomas, 1777-1856 1806-01-01
A sermon delivered before the Congregational Society at Thomaston, (Maine) November 2, 1806; being the Lord's day after the interment of the Hon. Henry Knox, who died, October 25th, ætat. 56 years. By Alden Bradford, A.M.S.H.S. Published by request of the inhabitants composing said Society in Thomaston. [Three lines from Isaiah]. Funeral sermons -- 1806. Bradford, Alden, 1765-1843 1806-01-01
A sermon delivered before the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the commonwealth of Massachusetts, in Trinity Church, Boston, May 25, 1802, on the occasion of the meeting of said convention, and of the ordination of the Rev. James Bowers, Rector of St. Michael's Church, Marblehead. By John Sylvester John Gardiner, Assistant Minister of Trinity Church. Ordination sermons -- 1802. Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1802-01-01
A sermon delivered before the Humane Society, of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at their semiannual meeting, June 14, 1803. By John Sylvester John Gardiner, Assistant Minister of the Trinity Church. Sermons -- 1803.; Wrappers (Binding).; Marbled papers (Binding). Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1803-01-01
A sermon delivered before the Maine Missionary Society, at their sixth anniversary, in North Yarmouth, June 23, 1813. By Kiah Bayley, pastor of the church in Newcastle. Anniversary sermons -- 1813.; Sprinkled edges (Binding).; Presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Bayley, Kiah, 1770-1857 1813-01-01
A sermon delivered before the Massachusetts Society for the Suppression of Intemperance [microform] at their annual meeting in Boston, May 27, 1814 by John T. Kirkland. Sermons -- 1814. Kirkland, John Thornton, 1770-1840 1814-01-01
A sermon delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, at their anniversary, at Dartmouth College, the day preceding commencement, August 26, 1800. By Asa Burton, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Thetford. Anniversary sermons -- 1800.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Burton, Asa, 1752-1836 1801-01-01
A sermon delivered before the Scituate Auxiliary Society for the Suppression of Intemperance [microform] at their first annual meeting in Scituate, 26 May 1817 by Samuel Deane. Sermons -- 1817. Deane, Samuel, 1784-1834 1817-01-01
A sermon delivered before the Society for Propagating the Gospel among the Indians and Others in North America, at their anniversary, Nov. 4, 1813. By Joshua Bates, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Dedham. Sermons -- 1813. Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854 1813-01-01
A sermon delivered in Arlington, Vt. on Sunday, June 14, 1811. Being the second Sunday after the first visitation of the Rt. Rev. Alexander V. Griswold, D.D. Bishop of the Eastern Diocese. By Abraham Brownson, A.M. minister of the church in said town. Sermons -- 1811.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Bronson, Abraham, 1776-1853 1813-01-01
A sermon delivered in Chester, May 21, 1814, at the funeral of the Rev. Aaron Bascom [microform] by Jonathan Nash. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Nash, Jonathan 1814-01-01
A sermon delivered in Dalton, March 4, 1808, at the funeral of the Hon. William Williams Esq. who died March 1st æt. 74 [microform] delivered at the house of the deceased by Ebenezer Jennings. Funeral sermons -- 1808. Jennings, Ebenezer, 1778-1859 1808-01-01
A sermon delivered in Gill, Mass., August 6, 1817, occasioned by laudable exertions, and liberal donations, recently made, in repairing and ornamenting the house of God. By Josiah W. Cannon [later Canning], A.M. pastor. Sermons -- 1817. Canning, Josiah Weeks, 1780-1854 1817-01-01
A sermon delivered in Grace Church, New-York, March 3d, 1816 [microform] being the Sunday following the death of the Right Rev. Benjamin Moore, D.D., bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of New-York ... by Nathaniel Bowen. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Bowen, Nathaniel, 1779-1839 1816-01-01
A sermon delivered in Holliston, July 30, A.D. 1817 at the funeral of Mrs. Mary I. Wheaton ... [microform] by Benjamin Wood. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Wood, Benjamin, 1772-1849 1817-01-01
A sermon delivered in Marlborough at the ordination of the Rev. Sylvester F. Bucklin, November 2, 1808 [microform] by Pitt Clark [sic]. Ordination sermons -- 1808. Clarke, Pitt, 1763-1835 1809-01-01
A sermon delivered in Medway, May 12, 1816, occasioned by the death of Mr. James Partridge, who died April 26, 1816, aetatis 23 [microform] by Jacob Ide. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Ide, Jacob, 1785-1880 1816-01-01
A sermon delivered in Monson, August 19, 1816, at the funeral of Mrs. Lydia Dutton [microform] wife of Deodatus Dutton, Esq. by Alfred Ely. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Ely, Alfred, 1778-1866 1816-01-01
A sermon delivered in Needham, first parish, the Lord's day after the interment of Mrs. Lydia Fairbanks [microform] wife of Mr. Lemuel Fairbanks who died March 14, 1816, in the 31st year of her age by Stephen Palmer. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Palmer, Stephen, 1766-1821 1816-01-01
A sermon delivered in Newton, Oct. 13, 1816, upon occasion of the decease of Mr. Samuel Hammond, of Brookline [microform] eldest son of Mr. Jonathan and Mrs. Beulah Hammond, who died Oct. 5, 1816, aged XXVI by Jonathan Homer. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Homer, Jonathan, 1759-1843 1817-01-01
A sermon delivered in Rutland, on a hay-mow. By Stephen Burroughs, D.R. Satires.; Sermons -- 1784.; Hymns.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Burroughs, Stephen, 1765-1840 1812-01-01
A sermon delivered in St. Michael's Church, on Sunday the ninth of August [microform] being the Sunday immediately following the ... death of John Julius Pringle, Junior, Esquire by Nathaniel Bowen. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Bowen, Nathaniel, 1779-1839 1807-01-01
A sermon delivered in Trinity Church, Athens, on the Sunday following the interment of the late Hon. Samuel Dexter, of Boston [microform] who died at Athens on the 4th of May, A.D. 1816, aged 55 years by Joseph Prentice. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Prentice, Joseph, d. 1839 1816-01-01
A sermon delivered in the north meeting-house in Bridgwater, May 12, 1813 [microform] at the funeral of Mr. Alpheus Packard by Daniel Huntington. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Huntington, Daniel, 1788-1858 1812-01-01
A sermon delivered on Saturday the 20th of November 1813 [microform] occasioned by the death of Richard Corwine, Senr, aged 65 years by William Grinstead. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Grinstead, William 1814-01-01
A sermon delivered on the Lord's day succeeding the interment of Madam Abigail Adams, consort of the Hon. John Adams, late president of the United States [microform] Nov. 1, 1818 by Peter Whitney with an appendix, containing an extract of a letter from President Jefferson to President Adams, and four obituary notices. Funeral sermons -- 1819.; Obituaries. Whitney, Peter, 1770-1843 1819-01-01
A sermon delivered on the death of Miss Lydia Worth, of Hudson [microform] who departed this life June 23rd, 1817 ... by Joshua Flagg. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Flagg, Joshua, 1773-1859 1817-01-01
A sermon delivered to the church and congregation on Jamaica Plain, Roxbury ... [microform] succeeding the twelfth anniversary of his ordination, March 31, 1805 by Thomas Gray. Ordination sermons -- 1805. Gray, Thomas, 1772-1847 1805-01-01
A sermon delivered, September 28, 1814, at the ordination of the Rev. Gardner Braman Perry, over the Second Church and Society, in Bradford, Mass. By Isaac Braman, A.M. pastor of a church in Rowley. Ordination sermons -- 1814. Braman, Isaac, 1770-1858 1814-01-01
A sermon designed to notice, in a religious manner, the death of the Rev. George Richards, of Philadelphia, formerly of this town. Delivered in the Universalist Meeting House in Portsmouth, on the evening of the 4th Sabbath in March 1814. By Brother H. Ballou. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852 1814-01-01
A sermon discourse on the death of Mrs. Catharine Janes ... [microform] by Elijah Wollage. Funeral sermons -- 1809. Wollage, Elijah, 1769-1847 1809-01-01
A sermon in the Second Congregational Church, Newport, November 9th, A.D. 1806 [microform] the Lord's Day succeeding the death of Miss Abigail Potter by William Patten. Funeral sermons -- 1806. Patten, William, 1763-1839 1807-01-01
A sermon lately delivered on universal salvation: a very ancient doctrine; with some account of the life and character of its author. by Samuel [i.e., Lemuel] Haynes. Sermons -- 1805.; Hymns.; Wrappers (Binding).; Annotations (Provenance). Haynes, Lemuel, 1753-1833 1818-01-01
A sermon occasioned by the death of Capt. Lewis Smith [microform] who was killed January 11, 1819 by the fall of a tree delivered the Lord's Day after his interment by Ralph Sanger. Funeral sermons -- 1819. Sanger, Ralph, 1786-1860 1819-01-01
A sermon occasioned by the death of Miss Lydia Perry [microform] whom departed this life 25th February 1813 aetat 21 years preached Lord's Day, 7th March, 1813 by James Gurney. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Gurney, James, d. 1839 1815-01-01
A sermon occasioned by the death of Mr. Paul Alden [microform] who died December 3, 1815, in the forty ninth year of his age delivered the Lord's day after his funeral by Stephen Palmer. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Palmer, Stephen, 1766-1821 1816-01-01
A sermon occasioned by the death of Mr. William Coombs, and delivered June 12, 1814 [microform] by Daniel Dana published by request of the church. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Dana, Daniel, 1771-1859 1814-01-01
A sermon occasioned by the death of Mrs. Clarissa Webber [microform] who died March 20, 1815, in the 31st year of her age by William Miltimore. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Miltimore, William, 1768-1848 1815-01-01
A sermon occasioned by the death of Mrs. Sarah Whitman [microform] preached at Wellfleet, December 20, 1803 by Philander Shaw. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Shaw, Philander, 1769-1841 1804-01-01
A sermon occasioned by the death of the Honble. Judge Wilds [microform] delivered by desire of the gentlemen of the bar of Charleston in the First Presbyterian Church in the city on the 1st day of April, 1810 by Andrew Flinn. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Flinn, Andrew, 1773-1820 1810-01-01
A sermon occasioned by the death of two only children of Philip Hayward, Esq. [microform] delivered at Woodstock, January 25,1807 by Alvan Underwood. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Underwood, Alvan, 1778-1858 1807-01-01
A sermon occasioned by the much lamented death of Col. Moses Titcomb [microform] who fell in battle near Lake-George, September 8, 1755 by John Lowell. Funeral sermons -- 1755. Lowell, John, 1704-1767 1806-01-01
A sermon on duelling, delivered in Christ-Church, Baltimore, April 28, 1811. By Rev. Frederic [i.e. Frederick] Beasley, A.M. Associate Rector of St. Paul's Parish, in said city. Sermons -- 1811. Beasley, Frederick, 1777-1845 1811-01-01
A sermon on duelling, preached in the chapel of Yale College, New-Haven, September 9th, 1804, and in the Old Presbyterian Church, New-York, January 21st, 1805. By Timothy Dwight, D.D. president of Yale College. Sermons -- 1805. Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817 1805-01-01
A sermon on the Sabbath or Lord's Day. By the Reverend George Burder, of Coventry, in England. [Three lines of Scripture texts] Sermons.; Presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Burder, George, 1752-1832 1804-01-01
A sermon on the communion of all saints, delivered in the Baptist Meeting-House, in the village of Norwich, on the first Lord's Day in August, 1818. By the Rev. Isaac Allerton. [Five lines of Scripture texts] Sermons -- 1818.; Ornate types (Type evidence). Allerton, Isaac 1818-01-01
A sermon on the death of Mr. Ebenezer Grant Marsh, senior-tutor, and professor elect of languages and ecclesiastical history, in Yale College, who died November 16, 1803, in the 27th year of his age; preached in the Brick Church in New-Haven, November 20. By Timothy Dwight, D.D. president of Yale College. Published at the request of his father, the Rev. John Marsh, Pastor of the First Church in Wethersfield. [One line of Scripture text]. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817 1804-01-01
A sermon on the death of the late William Hollinshead, D.D. [microform] with a leeter from Joshua Maddox Wallace by William States Lee. Funeral sermons -- 1818. Lee, William States 1818-01-01
A sermon on the liturgy of the Protestant Episcopal Church, preached before the convention held in Christ-Church, Philadelphia, June 15, 1808. By James Abercrombie, D.D. one of the Assistant Ministers of Christ-Church and St. Peter's. Sermons -- 1808. Abercrombie, James, 1758-1841 1808-01-01
A sermon on the much lamented death of Mr. Ebenezer Grant Marsh [microform] tutor, and professor elect of languages and ecclesiastical history, in Yale College, who died November 16, 1803, in the 27th year of his age preached at Wethersfield, on Lord's day, November 20, being the day after his funeral, by James Dana. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Dana, James, 1735-1812 1803-01-01
A sermon on the premature and lamented death of General Alexander Hamilton [microform] by John M'Donald. Sermons -- 1804. M'Donald, John, d. 1821 1804-01-01
A sermon on the value of the soul. By the Reverend George Burder, of Coventry, in England. [Two lines of quotation] Sermons.; Wrappers (Binding).; Ink stamps (Provenance).; Library copies (Provenance).; Presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Burder, George, 1752-1832 1804-01-01
A sermon on the victory of Christ over death [microform] preached at the funeral of the Rev. William Boyd ... May the seventeenth, A.D. eighteen hundred and seven by Robert Finley. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Finley, Robert, 1772-1817 1807-01-01
A sermon on war; delivered before the Convention of Congregational Ministers of Massachusetts, May 30, 1816. By William E. Channing. With some abridgement. [Two lines from Isaiah] Sermons -- 1817. Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842 1817-01-01
A sermon preached Feb. 18, 1818, at the installation of the Rev. David Oliphant, in Beverly [microform] by Ebenezer Porter. Installation sermons -- 1818. Porter, Ebenezer, 1772-1834 1819-01-01
A sermon preached February 17, 1811, occasioned by the death of Deacon Amos Walton, who died February 6, 1811, aged 63 years [microform] by Nathan Holman. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Holman, Nathan, 1769-1844 1816-01-01
A sermon preached January 3, 1816, at the dedication of the church in the Third Parish, Newbury. By John Kirby. Dedication sermons -- 1816. Kirby, John, 1783-1818 1816-01-01
A sermon preached January 3rd, 1804 [microform] at the funeral of the Rev. Charles Backus, pastor of the church in Somers, who departed this life December 30th, 1803 by Nathan Strong. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Strong, Nathan, 1748-1816 1804-01-01
A sermon preached July 22, 1807, at the funeral of the Rev. Alexander Macwhorter, D.D., senior pastor of the Presbyterian church in Newark, New-Jersey [microform] by Edward D. Griffin. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1770-1837 1807-01-01
A sermon preached Lord's Day at the funeral of Mr. Alpha Child [microform] who departed this life Jan. 20, 1809, aged 55 by William Graves. Funeral sermons -- 1809. Graves, William, 1766-1813 1810-01-01
A sermon preached November 11, 1806, at the interment of the Hon. Eleazar Brooks, Esq. [microform] by Charles Stearns. Funeral sermons -- 1806. Stearns, Charles, 1753-1826 1807-01-01
A sermon preached Sept. 29, 1819, at the ordination of the Rev. Thomas J. Murdock, in Portland [microform] by Ebenezer Porter. Ordination sermons -- 1819. Porter, Ebenezer, 1772-1834 1819-01-01
A sermon preached Sept. 29, 1819, at the ordination of the Rev. Thomas J. Murdock, in Portland [microform] by Ebenezer Porter. Ordination sermons -- 1819. Porter, Ebenezer, 1772-1834 1819-01-01
A sermon preached after the death of Roland Green Sweet [microform] son of Mr. Henry and Mrs. Nabby Sweet, who died February 27, 1816, in the sixth year of his age by Nathan Holman. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Holman, Nathan, 1769-1844 1816-01-01
A sermon preached at Alna, April 11, 1818 [microform] at the funeral of Miss Mary W. Dole, eldest daughter of John Dole, Esq'r., who died in the 17th year of her age, after one day's sickness by Jonathan Ward. Funeral sermons -- 1818. Ward, Jonathan, 1769-1860 1818-01-01
A sermon preached at Boston, November 3, 1814, before the Society for Propagating the Gospel among the Indians and Others in North America [microform] by Elijah Parish. Sermons -- 1814. Parish, Elijah, 1762-1825 1814-01-01
A sermon preached at Boston, at the annual election, May 25, 1814, before His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq., governour, His Honor William Phillips, Esq., lieutenant governour, the Honorable Council, and the legislature of Massachusetts. By Jesse Appleton, D.D. president of Bowdoin College. Election sermons -- Massachusetts -- 1814. Appleton, Jesse, 1772-1819 1814-01-01
A sermon preached at Bristol, in Rhode Island, July 9th, 1808, at the funeral of the Hon. William Bradford [microform] by Alexander V. Griswold. Funeral sermons -- 1808. Griswold, Alexander V. (Alexander Viets), 1766-1843 1808-01-01
A sermon preached at Charlestown, October 7, 1802, at the instalment of the Rev. Thomas Waterman [microform] to the pastoral care of the Baptist Church and Society in that town by Samuel Stillman. Installation sermons -- 1802. Stillman, Samuel, 1738-1807 1802-01-01
A sermon preached at Dorchester Nov. 26, 1807. On the day of public thanksgiving. By Thaddeus Mason Harris. [Two lines from the Bishop of St. Asaph]. Thanksgiving sermons -- 1807 Nov. 26.; Wrappers (Binding).; Marbled papers (Binding). Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1807-01-01
A sermon preached at Dublin on Thursday, Dec. 18, 1817, at the interment of the Rev. Edward Sprague, A.M., their late pastor [microform] by Elijah Dunbar. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Dunbar, Elijah, 1773-1850 1819-01-01
A sermon preached at Fairhaven, Vt. June 18, 1812. At the dedication of the new meeting house. By Nathan S.S. Beman, A.M. Pastor of the Third Congregational Church in Portland, Me. [One line from Psalms] Dedication sermons -- 1812.; Wrappers (Binding).; Ornate types (Type evidence). Beman, Nathan S. S. (Nathan Sidney Smith), 1785-1871 1812-01-01
A sermon preached at Haddam, December 14, 1813, at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Brainerd [microform] relict of Doct. Hezekiah Brainerd who died Lord's day, December 12, 1813, aged 63 by David D. Field. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Field, David D. (David Dudley), 1781-1867 1814-01-01
A sermon preached at Hartford, Vermont, May 24, 1813 [microform] at the funeral of the Rev. Eden Burroughs, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Dartmouth College by James W. Woodward. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Woodward, James W. (James Wheelock), 1781-1847 1814-01-01
A sermon preached at Hopkinton, on Lord's day, Feb. 28, 1808, occasioned by the death of three persons the week preceeding the time of its delivery [microform] by Nathanael Howe. Funeral sermons -- 1808. Howe, Nathanael, 1764-1837 1808-01-01
A sermon preached at Littleton on the death of Deacon Daniel Kimball who departed this life May 24th 1813 aged LXII [microform] by Edmund Foster. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Foster, Edmund, 1752-1826 1813-01-01
A sermon preached at Mansfield, May 12, 1816, occasioned by the death of Mrs. Ann Warren [microform] wife of the Honorable Ebenezer Warren who died May 2, 1816, aged 65 by Thomas Skelton. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Skelton, Thomas 1816-01-01
A sermon preached at Orford, at the funeral of Mrs. Esther Hills Cook [microform] wife of the Rev. Elisha B. Cook and daughter of Mr. Deodat Woodbridge, who died Dec. 25, 1816, in the 21st year of her age by Thomas Robbins. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Robbins, Thomas, 1777-1856 1817-01-01
A sermon preached at Preston, the Lord's day after the interment of the Rev. Levi Hart, D.D. who died October 27, 1808, æt. 70 [microform] by Joseph Strong. Funeral sermons -- 1808. Strong, Joseph, 1753-1834 1809-01-01
A sermon preached at Steuben April 1813. In which are shewn the evil effects of war and when it may be lawful and expedient to go to war. By Rev. Benjamin Bell, A.M. Sermons -- 1814.; Booksellers' advertisements -- New York (State) -- Sangerfield.; Stained edges (Binding).; Printed wrappers (Binding). Bell, Benjamin, 1752-1836 1814-01-01
A sermon preached at Trinity Church, December 9, 1804, on the death of the Right Reverend Samuel Parker, D.D. Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of Massachusetts. By John Sylvester J. Gardiner, A.M. Assistant Minister of Trinity Church. Published at the unanimous request of the wardens and vestry. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1804-01-01
A sermon preached at Western, March 12, 1806, at the ordination of the Rev. Sylvester Burt [microform] by Joseph Lathrop to which is annexed the right hand of fellowship, by Micah Stone, and a charge, by Ephraim Ward. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Lathrop, Joseph, 1731-1820 1806-01-01
A sermon preached at York, March 16, 1810, at the interment of the Reverend Isaac Lyman [microform] who deceased March 13, 1810, in the 86th year of his age, and the 61st year of his ministry by Moses Hemmenway. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Hemmenway, Moses, 1735-1811 1810-01-01
A sermon preached at the Church in Brattle Street, Boston, December 18th. 1808. The Lord's day after the publick funeral of His Excellency James Sullivan, governour of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. By Joseph S. Buckminster, Minister of the Society in Brattle Street. Funeral sermons -- 1809.; Wrappers (Binding). Buckminster, J. S. (Joseph Stevens), 1784-1812 1809-01-01
A sermon preached at the First Church in Weymouth, October 29, 1814, at the interment of Miss Mary P. Bicknell [microform] who departed this life October 26, in the twentieth year of her age by John Lathrop. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Lathrop, John, 1740-1816 1814-01-01
A sermon preached at the funeral of Gen. Jedediah Huntington [microform] of New London, who died September 25, 1818, aged 75 years by Abel McEwen. Funeral sermons -- 1818. McEwen, Abel, 1780-1860 1818-01-01
A sermon preached at the funeral of Mr. Silas May, who died December 26, 1805, aged 51 [microform] by William Graves. Funeral sermons -- 1805. Graves, William, 1766-1813 1807-01-01
A sermon preached at the funeral of Mr. Zenas Bliss [microform] who departed this life August 8th, A.D. 1806, in the 27th year of his age by Otis Thompson. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Thompson, Otis, 1776-1859 1807-01-01
A sermon preached at the funeral of Mrs. Freelove King [microform] wife of Mr. Robert King, of Rehoboth who departed this life, April 24, 1816, in the 66th year of her age by Otis Thompson. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Thompson, Otis, 1776-1859 1817-01-01
A sermon preached at the funeral of the Rev. David Ely, D.D. [microform] who died at Huntington, Feb. 16th, 1816, aged 65 by Elijah Waterman. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Waterman, Elijah, 1769-1825 1816-01-01
A sermon preached at the installation of Rev. James Thurston, to the pastoral charge of the church in Manchester. By Joseph Buckminster, D.D. Installation sermons -- 1809.; Wrappers (Binding).; Illegible markings (Provenance). Buckminster, Joseph, 1751-1812 1809-01-01
A sermon preached at the interment of Miss Rebecca Carpenter [microform] who departed this life, September 19th, A.D. 1810 ... by Otis Thompson. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Thompson, Otis, 1776-1859 1810-01-01
A sermon preached at the interment of the Rev. Thomas Prentiss ... [microform] who died Oct. 5, 1817, in the 25th year of his age by Henry Ware. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Ware, Henry, 1794-1843 1817-01-01
A sermon preached at the opening of the Theological Institution in Andover; and at the ordination of Rev. Eliphalet Pearson, LL.D., September 28th, 1808. By Timothy Dwight, D.D. president of Yale College. Ordination sermons -- 1808.; Prospectuses.; Printed wrappers (Binding). Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817 1808-01-01
A sermon preached at the ordination of ... Joshua Bradley ... in Newport, Rhode-Island, on the 13th of May ... 1801 [microform] by Stephen Gano. Ordination sermons -- 1801. Gano, Stephen, 1762-1828 1801-01-01
A sermon preached at the ordination of the Rev. Alfred Ely to the pastoral care of the Church and Society in Monson [microform] December 17, 1806 by Ezra Witter. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Witter, Ezra, 1768-1833 1806-01-01
A sermon preached at the ordination of the Rev. David Thurston [microform] over the Church of Christ in Winthrop, February 18, 1807 by Elijah Parish. Ordination sermons -- 1807. Parish, Elijah, 1762-1825 1807-01-01
A sermon preached at the ordination of the Rev. Edwards Whipple, to the pastoral care of the First Congregational Church in Charlton, January 25. 1804. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Ordination sermons -- 1804. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1804-01-01
A sermon preached at the ordination of the Rev. Elijah Wheeler [microform] over the Congregational Church and Society in Great-Barrington, on the 24th September, 1806 by Stephen West. Ordination sermons -- 1806. West, Stephen, 1735-1819 1806-01-01
A sermon preached at the ordination of the Rev. Gaius Conant, to the pastoral care of the Congregational Church in Paxton, February 17, 1808. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Ordination sermons -- 1808. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1808-01-01
A sermon preached at the ordination of the Rev. Jonathan French, Jun. [microform] by Jonathan French. Ordination sermons -- 1802. French, Jonathan, 1740-1809 1802-01-01
A sermon preached at the ordination of the Reverend Joshua Bates ... to ... the First Church in Dedham, March 16, 1803 [microform] by Jacob Flint. Ordination sermons -- 1803. Flint, Jacob, 1767-1835 1803-01-01
A sermon preached before the Salem Female Charitable Society, in the First Church in Salem, July 6th, 1803. By Thomas Barnard, D.D. Minister of the North Church in Salem. Sermons -- 1803.; Subscribers' lists. Barnard, Thomas, 1748-1814 1803-01-01
A sermon preached before the right worshipful master, wardens and brethren of Mount Moriah Lodge of free and accepted masons [microform] at South Reading, on the festival of St. John the Baptist by Paul Dean. Sermons -- 1815. Dean, Paul, 1783-1860 1815-01-01
A sermon preached by William Miltimore ... at Falmouth, November 6, 1814, on the death of his only son, Samuel Dean ... [microform]. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Miltimore, William, 1768-1848 1814-01-01
A sermon preached in Barre, October 3, 1801, at the interment of the Rev. Josiah Dana [microform] by Ephraim Ward. Funeral sermons -- 1801. Ward, Ephraim, 1741-1818 1802-01-01
A sermon preached in Bennington February 6th, 1811, at the funeral of Mrs. Alice Robinson, consort of Jonathan E. Robinson, Esquire, and daughter of Deacon Benjamin Skinner of Williamstown [microform] by Ebenezer Fitch. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Fitch, Ebenezer, 1756-1833 1811-01-01
A sermon preached in Easton, at the interment of Mr. Isaac Lothrop [microform] who died suddenly in the field, May 11, 1815, in the sixty-seventh year of his age by Nathan Holman. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Holman, Nathan, 1769-1844 1817-01-01
A sermon preached in North Woodstock at the funeral of Mr. Micah Taylor needs[microform] March 24, 1812 by William Graves. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Graves, William, 1766-1813 1812-01-01
A sermon preached in Putney, (Vt.) June 25, 1807 [microform] at the ordination of Reverend Elisha D. Andrews over the Congregational Church ... in that town by Joseph Lathrop. Ordination sermons -- 1807. Lathrop, Joseph, 1731-1820 1807-01-01
A sermon preached in Sharon, Vermont, March 12, 1806, at the ordination of ... Samuel Bascom [microform] by Tilton Eastman. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Eastman, Tilton, 1773-1842 1806-01-01
A sermon preached in Somers, April 29, 1806, at the funeral of Mrs. Mary Sexton, relict of Mr. Daniel Sexton, who died April 27, 1806, in the 91st year of her age [microform] by Levi Collins. Funeral sermons -- 1806. Collins, Levi, 1777-1859 1807-01-01
A sermon preached in the First Parish in Dedham, September 13, 1801. Being the Lord's day after the execution of Jason Fairbanks. By Thaddeus Mason Harris, A.M. Minister of the Congregational Society and Church in Dorchester. Published by special desire. Execution sermons -- 1801. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1801-01-01
A sermon preached in the first parish of Dedham, September 13, 1801, being the Lord's day after the execution of Jason Fairbanks. By Thaddeus Mason Harris, A.M. Minister of the Congregational Society and Church in Dorchester. (Printed at Dedham by special desire.) Execution sermons -- 1801. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1801-01-01
A sermon preached on Lord's Day, September 21, 1817: in the Meeting-House in the Second Society in East-Windsor, at the funeral of Mrs. Lydia Potwine, widow of Rev. Thomas Potwine, who died September 19, 1817. In the eighty-third year of her age. By Shubael Bartlett, Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Congregational Church in East-Windsor. Published by the request of the children of Mrs. Potwine. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Bartlett, Shubael, 1778-1854 1818-01-01
A sermon preached on Sunday ... July 7, 1816 [microform] on the occasion of the death of the Rev. Mr. Gershom Mendes Seixas, pastor of the Hebrew Congregation of New York, who departed this life ... July 2, 1816 ... by E.N. Carvalho. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Carvalho, Emanuel Nunes, 1771-1817 1816-01-01
A sermon, and an address, delivered in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, June 21, 5813. At the celebration of St. John the Baptist, before the brethren of Fayette Lodge and others. By the Rev. and worshipfu. [sic] Richard Carrique, member of Fayette Lodge. Sermons -- 1813. Carrique, Richard, 1777-1848 1813-01-01
A sermon, at the ordination of the Rev. Henry Lord, to the work of the gospel ministry in Williamsburgh, June 20, 1804 [microform] by Joseph Lyman. Ordination sermons -- 1804. Lyman, Joseph, 1749-1828 1804-01-01
A sermon, at the ordination of the Rev. Thomas Robbins ... delivered at Norfolk, June 19th, 1803 [microform] by Nathan Strong. Ordination sermons -- 1803. Strong, Nathan, 1748-1816 1803-01-01
A sermon, before the governor, the honorable Council, and both branches of the legislature of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, on the day of general election, May 27, 1807. By William Bentley, A.M. Minister of the Second Church in Salem. Election sermons -- Massachusetts -- 1807. Bentley, William, 1759-1819 1807-01-01
A sermon, containing a general history of the town of East-Hampton, (L.I.) from its first settlement to the present time. Delivered at East-Hampton, January 1, 1806. By Lyman Beecher, pastor of the church in that place. New Year sermons -- 1806. Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863 1806-01-01
A sermon, delivered April 18 1803, at the funeral of Mrs. Mary Dana, consort of Rev. Joseph Dana D.D., pastor of the south church in Ipswich, who died April 13, in the 53d year of her age by David Tappan. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Tappan, David, 1752-1803 1803-01-01
A sermon, delivered August 7, 1805, at the ordination of the Rev. Perez Lincoln [microform] to the care of the First Church of Christ in Gloucester by Peter Whitney. Ordination sermons -- 1805. Whitney, Peter, 1770-1843 1805-01-01
A sermon, delivered Dec. 9th, 1812, at the funeral of the Rev. Bela Hubbard [microform] by Henry Whitlock. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Whitlock, Henry, 1777-1814 1812-01-01
A sermon, delivered December 10, 1806, at the ordination of the Rev. Samuel Veazie, A.M., to the pastoral office in Freeport [microform] by John Foster. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Foster, John, 1763-1829 1807-01-01
A sermon, delivered Jan. 1, 1801; containing a brief review of some of the distinguishing events of the eighteenth century. By Charles Backus, A.M. pastor of a church in Somers. Authors' presentation inscriptions (Provenance).; Century sermons -- 1801.; New Year sermons -- 1801. Backus, Charles, 1749-1803 1801-01-01
A sermon, delivered January 26, 1803, at the ordination of the Rev. George Barstow [microform] over the Second Church and Society in Pembroke by Peres Fobes. Ordination sermons -- 1803. Fobes, Peres, 1742-1812 1803-01-01
A sermon, delivered January 6, 1808, at the ordination of the Rev. Jason Chamberlain [microform] to the pastoral care of the Congregational Church and Society in Guilford, Vt. by Pliny Dickinson, Jun. Ordination sermons -- 1808. Dickinson, Pliny, 1777-1834 1808-01-01
A sermon, delivered July 2, 1806. At the ordination of Mr. Joseph Richardson, A.M. to the pastoral care of the church and congregation of the First Parish in Hingham. By the Rev. William Bentley, A.M. Pastor of the Second Church in Salem. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Bentley, William, 1759-1819 1806-01-01
A sermon, delivered July 23, 1812, on occasion of the state fast, appointed in consequence of the declaration of war against Great Britain. By Francis Brown, minister of the Gospel in North-Yarmouth. Fast day sermons -- 1812 July 23.; Printers' advertisements -- Maine -- Portland.; Printed wrappers (Binding). Brown, Francis, 1784-1820 1812-01-01
A sermon, delivered June 7th, 1809. At the ordination of the Rev. Ichabod Nichols, as colleague pastor of the First Congregational Church in Portland. By Thomas Barnard, D.D. Pastor of the North Church, in Salem (Mass.). Ordination sermons -- 1809.; Booksellers' labels (Provenance). Barnard, Thomas, 1748-1814 1809-01-01
A sermon, delivered March 16, 1814, at the ordination of the Rev. John B. Whittlesey, A.M. as pastor of the Presbyterian Church and congregation in Herkimer. By Azel Backus, D.D. president of Hamilton College. Ordination sermons -- 1814. Backus, Azel, 1765-1816 1814-01-01
A sermon, delivered March 18th, 1807, at the ordination of the Rev. Azariah Clark [microform] to the pastoral care of the church and society in New Canaan, N.Y. by Alvan Hyde. Ordination sermons -- 1807. Hyde, Alvan, 1768-1833 1807-01-01
A sermon, delivered March 2, 1803, at the ordination of the Rev. Thomas Beede, to the care of the Church of Christ in Wilton [microform] by William Emerson. Ordination sermons -- 1803. Emerson, William, 1769-1811 1803-01-01
A sermon, delivered March 8, 1815, at the ordination of the Rev. Jonathan Greenleaf, to the pastoral care of the First Church and Society in Wells. By Francis Brown, pastor of a church in North-Yarmouth. Ordination sermons -- 1815.; Prospectuses.; Printed wrappers (Binding).; Presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Brown, Francis, 1784-1820 1815-01-01
A sermon, delivered May 16, 1802, the Sabbath after the death of Capt. Charles Winship [microform] by John Foster. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Foster, John, 1763-1829 1802-01-01
A sermon, delivered May 18th, 1808, at the ordination of the Rev. Joshua Huntington, colleague pastor with the Rev. Joseph Eckley, D.D. of the Church of Christ in Marlborough-Street, Boston [microform] by Jedidiah Morse. Ordination sermons -- 1808. Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826 1808-01-01
A sermon, delivered November 3, 1812, at the funeral of Madam Phebe Phillips, relict of His Honor Samuel Phillips of Andover [microform] by Eliphalet Pearson. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Pearson, Eliphalet, 1752-1826 1812-01-01
A sermon, delivered October 22d, 1812, at the interment of the Rev. Thomas Thacher ... minister of the Third Parish in Dedham ... [microform] by Stephen Palmer. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Palmer, Stephen, 1766-1821 1812-01-01
A sermon, delivered Sept. 14, 1806, at the interment of Mrs. Rachel Smith, relict of the late Hon. Thomas Smith [microform] who died Sept. 12, in the 74th year of her age by Henry Lincoln. Funeral sermons -- 1806. Lincoln, Henry, 1765-1857 1806-01-01
A sermon, delivered September 7, 1803 at the installation of the Reverend Joel Foster to the pastoral office in East Sudbury [microform] by John Foster. Installation sermons -- 1803. Foster, John, 1763-1829 1803-01-01
A sermon, delivered Wednesday, Sept. 1, 1802 [microform] at the interment of the Rev. Daniel Shute, D.D., senior pastor of the Second Church in Hingham, who departed this life Aug. 30, 1802, in the 81st year of his age and the 56th of his ministry by Henry Ware published by request of the parish. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Ware, Henry, 1764-1845 1802-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Acton, Lord's-day, Jan. 1, 1804; occasioned by the death of Col. John Edwards. By Moses Adams, minister of said town. [Four lines of scripture texts] Funeral sermons -- 1804. Adams, Moses, 1749-1819 1804-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Alstead, N.H., April 24th, 1803, occasioned by the sudden death of Miss Persis Hatch, who died April 21, 1803, in the 16th year of her age by Jeremiah Higbee. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Higbee, Jeremiah, 1766-1847 1803-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Ashburnham, May 22, 1806 [microform] at the interment of Mr. John Cushing, Jun., who expired at the house of his father by Seth Payson published by request. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Payson, Seth, 1758-1820 1807-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Augusta, October 16, 1811, at the ordination of the Reverend Benjamin Tappan, to the pastoral office in that place. By Jesse Appleton, D.D. president of Bowdoin College. Ordination sermons -- 1811. Appleton, Jesse, 1772-1819 1811-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Barnstable, July 14, 1802, at the installation of the Rev. John Peak, to the pastoral care of the Baptist Church and congregation in that town. By Thomas Baldwin, A.M. Pastor of the Second Baptist Church in Boston. [One line pf Scripture text] Published by request. Installation sermons -- 1802. Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825 1802-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Beverly, June 15, 1803, at the installation of the Rev. Elisha Williams, to the pastoral care of the Baptist Church and congregation in that town. By Thomas Baldwin, A.M. Pastor of the Second Baptist Church in Boston. Published by request. Installation sermons -- 1803.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825 1803-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Brunswick, April 13, 1815, appointed as a day of national thanksgiving, by the president of the United States, on account of the peace recently established between this country and Great Britain. By Jesse Appleton, D.D. president of Bowdoin College. Thanksgiving sermons -- 1815 Apr. 13.; Wrappers (Binding). Appleton, Jesse, 1772-1819 1815-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Cairo, January 9, 1812, at the installation of the Rev. Richard Williams over the Presbyterian Church and congregation in that place [microform] by David Porter. Installation sermons -- 1812. Porter, David, 1761-1851 1812-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Cambridge 30 September, 1804, the first Lord's day after the interment of the Rev. Joseph Willard, S.T.D. LL. D., President of Harvard College, who died 25 September. 1804, Ætat. LXVI. By Abiel Holmes, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1804-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Candia, N.H., March 6, 1815, at the funeral of the Rev. Jesse Remington [microform] who departed this life March 3d, 1815 ... by Josiah Prentice. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Prentice, Josiah, 1772-1855 1815-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Columbia, December 16, 1807 [microform] on account of Deacon Gideon Hotchkiss, who died September 3, 1807, in the ninety first year of his age by Abraham Fowler. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Fowler, Abraham, 1745-1815 1808-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Concord, New-Hampshire, on the evening of Wednesday, June 3, 1818, before the Convention of Congregational and Presbyterian Ministers in said state. By Francis Brown, A.M. President of Dartmouth College. Sermons -- 1818. Brown, Francis, 1784-1820 1818-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Concord, New-Hampshire, on the evening of Wednesday, June 3, 1818, before the Convention of Congregational and Presbyterian Ministers in said state. By Francis Brown, A.M. President of Dartmouth College. Sermons -- 1818. Brown, Francis, 1784-1820 1818-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Concord, before His Excellency the governor, the honorable Council, and both branches of the legislature of the state of New Hampshire, June 4th, A.D. 1812. By Moses Bradford, A.M. pastor of the church in Francestown. Election sermons -- New Hampshire -- 1812.; Ornate types (Type evidence). Bradford, Moses, 1765-1838 1812-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Danbury, Nov. 13th, 1817; being the day appointed for the execution of Amos Adams, for the crime of rape. By William Andrews, pastor of a church in Danbury. Execution sermons -- 1817. Andrews, William, 1782-1838 1817-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Deer-Isle, January 10, 1810, at the interment of Capt. Mark Haskell, who departed January 7th, in the 87th year of his age. By Joseph Brown, pastor of the church in Deer-Isle. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Brown, Joseph, 1761-1819 1810-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Dennis, January 2, 1805, at the ordination of the Rev. Caleb Holmes [microform] to the pastoral office in that place by James Kendall. Ordination sermons -- 1805. Kendall, James, 1769-1859 1805-01-01
A sermon, delivered at East-Guilford, June 8th, 1803, occasioned by the death of Pierce Allis [microform] son to Mr. Nathaniel Allis, who was drowned on the 21st day of March, the same year by David Huntington. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Huntington, David, 1745-1812 1805-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Easton, before the brethren of St. Thomas's Lodge: by their Reverend Brother Francis Barclay, A.M. principal of Easton Academy. On the 24th of June, 1806. Being the anniversary of St. John's Day. Sermons -- 1806.; Prayers. Barclay, Francis 1806-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Freeport, November 6, 1816, at the ordination of the Reverend Enos Merrill, to the pastoral office in that place. By Jesse Appleton, D.D. president of Bowdoin College. Ordination sermons -- 1816.; Authors' presentation copies (Provenance). Appleton, Jesse, 1772-1819 1817-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Hamden, Sept. 9th, 1802, at the ordination of the Rev. Asa Lyman [microform] to the pastoral care of the first church in that town by William Lyman. Ordination sermons -- 1802. Lyman, William, 1764-1833 1802-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Haverhill, December 21, 1808, at the ordaination [sic] of the Rev. Joshua Dodge, to the work of the ministry, and pastoral care of the First Church and Society in that town [microform] by Joseph Dana. Ordination sermons -- 1808. Dana, Joseph, 1742-1827 1809-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Haverhill, February 5, 1812. On the occasion of two young ladies being about to embark as the wives of Rev. Messieurs Judson and Newell, going missionaries to India. By Jonathan Allen, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Bradford. [One line of Scripture text]. Sermons -- 1812.; Hymns. Allen, Jonathan, 1749-1827 1812-01-01
A sermon, delivered at King's Chapel, Boston, January 1, 1809, being the Sabbath of the authors ordination as one of the ministers of that society [microform] by Samuel Cary. Ordination sermons -- 1809. Cary, Samuel, 1785-1815 1809-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Lanesborough, on the festival of St. John the Baptist, June 24, A.L. 5807, at the request, and in the presence of the free and accepted Masons of Friendship, Franklin and Sincerity Lodges. By the Rev. Daniel Burhans, A.M. Rector of Trinity Church, Newtown, (Connecticut.) [One line from St. Paul]. Sermons -- 1807.; Prayers. Burhans, Daniel, 1763-1853 1807-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Langdon, (N.H.) on the 30th Oct. 1805. At the ordination of the Rev. Abner Kneeland, to the pastoral care and charge of the Universalian Church and Society in said town. By Hosea Ballou, of Barnard, Vermont. [One line of Scripture text]. Ordination sermons -- 1805.; Hymns. Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852 1806-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Lipton, April 24, 1811, at the interment of Mrs. Rachel Ruggles ... [microform] by Benjamin Wood. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Wood, Benjamin, 1772-1849 1811-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Londonderry East Parish, May 5, 1816 [microform] occasioned by the death of John Pinkerton, Esq. by Edward L. Parker. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Parker, Edward L. (Edward Lutwyche), 1785-1850 1816-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Mason, April 11, 1803, at the funeral of Miss Persis Lawrence, daughter of Mr. Stephen Lawrence, aged 23 years [microform] by Ebenezer Hill. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Hill, Ebenezer, 1766-1854 1803-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Mason, July 18, 1805, at the funeral of Mr. Luther Lawrence, son of Stephen Lawrence, Esq., aged 20 years by Ebenezer Hill. Funeral sermons -- 1805. Hill, Ebenezer, 1766-1854 1805-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Merrimac, N.H. Sunday, May 6, 1810, at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Burnap, consort of Rev. Jacob Burnap, aged 52 years. By Jeremiah Bernard, A.M. pastor of the church in Amherst. Funeral sermons -- 1811.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Barnard, Jeremiah, 1750-1835 1811-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Montpelier, Vermont, at the ordination of the Rev. Chester Wright, August 16, 1809. By the Rev. Asa Burton, D.D. pastor of the church in Thetford. Ordination sermons -- 1809.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Burton, Asa, 1752-1836 1809-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Montville, on the death of John G. Hillhouse, the only son of Mrs. Elizabeth Hillhouse. He died October 28, 1806. Aged 4 years. By Joseph Strong, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Norwich. Funeral sermons -- 1806. Strong, Joseph, 1753-1834 1808-01-01
A sermon, delivered at New Gloucester, February 10th, 1802, at the ordination of Elisha Moseley, A.M. [microform] to the pastoral care of the Congregational church in that place by Alfred Johnson. Ordination sermons -- 1802. Johnson, Alfred, 1766-1837 1802-01-01
A sermon, delivered at New-Boston, N.H. February 26, 1806, at the ordination of the Reverend Ephraim P. Bradford to the pastoral care of the Presbyterian church and society in that place. By Jesse Appleton, Congregational minister in Hampton. [One line of Scripture text]. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Appleton, Jesse, 1772-1819 1806-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Newburyport, in the First Presbyterian Meeting-House, December 9, 1818, at the ordination of the Rev. Hosea Wheeler, to the pastoral care of the Baptist Church and society in Newbury and Newburyport. By Lucius Bolles, A.M. Pastor of the Baptist Church in Salem. Published by request. Ordination sermons -- 1818.; Sprinkled edges (Binding).; Ornate types (Type evidence). Bolles, Lucius, 1779-1844 1819-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Northampton, September 18, 1817, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. By Jesse Apppleton, D.D. president of Bowdoin College. Sermons -- 1817. Appleton, Jesse, 1772-1819 1817-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Oxford, at the funeral of Maj. Archibald Campbell, October 7, 1818. By David Batcheller, pastor of the church in that town. [One line of Scripture text] Funeral sermons -- 1818. Batcheller, David, 1781-1822 1818-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Penobscot, district of Maine, November 22, 1809. At the ordination of the Rev. Philip Spaulding, over the Congregational Church and Society in that place. By Kiah Bailey [i.e., Bayley], A.M. Congregational minister in New-Castle. Ordination sermons -- 1809.; Library copies (Provenance). Bayley, Kiah, 1770-1857 1810-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Plimouth, December 22, 1801, commemorative of the pious ancestry who first imigrated [sic] to that place, 1620. By John Allyn, S.H.M. pastor at Duxboro'. [Six lines of Scripture texts] Sprinkled edges (Binding).; Forefathers' day sermons -- 1801. Allyn, John, 1767-1833 1802-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Portland, November 19, 1818. At the formation of the Maine Branch of the American Society for Educating Pious Youth for the Gospel Ministry. By Jesse Appleton, D.D. president of Bowdoin College. Sermons -- 1819.; Wrappers (Binding). Appleton, Jesse, 1772-1819 1819-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Portsmouth, N.H. appropriate to the occasion of a day of humiliation and prayer, recommended by the president of the United States, on the 20th of August, 1812. By Hosea Ballou, Pastor of the Universalist Society. Published by request of the wardens. Fast day sermons -- 1812 Aug. 20. Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852 1812-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Rutland, West-Parish, in the year 1805 [microform] by Lemuel Haynes. Sermons -- 1805. Haynes, Lemuel, 1753-1833 1806-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Rutland, West-Parish, in the year 1805, by Lemuel Haynes, A.M. Sermons -- 1805.; Hymns. Haynes, Lemuel, 1753-1833 1818-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Rutland, West-Parrish, in the year 1805 [microform] by Lemuel Haynes. Sermons -- 1805. Haynes, Lemuel, 1753-1833 1806-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Saco, October 24, 1810, at the ordination of the Rev. Jonathan Cogswell, to the pastoral office, in that place, by Jesse Appleton, president of Bowdoin College. Ordination sermons -- 1810. Appleton, Jesse, 1772-1819 1810-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Sedgwick, May 15, 1805, at the ordination of the Rev. Daniel Merrill to the pastoral charge of the Baptist Church of Christ in that place. By Thomas Baldwin, D.D. Pastor of the Second Baptist Church in Boston. Ordination sermons -- 1805.; Wrappers (Binding).; Authors' presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825 1805-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Sullivan, August 22, 1810, at the ordination of Rev. Ira M. Olds, to the pastoral care of the Congregational churches and societies in the towns of Sullivan and Lenox, by Gershom C. Lyman, D.D. Pastor of the Congregational Church of Marlborough, Vermont. Made public by desire. Ordination sermons -- 1810. Lyman, Gershom C. (Gershom Clark), 1753-1813 1813-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Townsend, March 3, 1808, at the interment of the remains of Lt. Jacob Blodget [microform] who departed this life Feb. 29, 1808, in the sixteenth year of his age by Ebenezer Hill. Funeral sermons -- 1809. Hill, Ebenezer, 1766-1854 1809-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Trinity Church, Christmas Day, December 25, 1810, on the divinity of Jesus Christ. By John S.J. Gardiner, rector. Published at the request of the hearers. Christmas sermons -- 1810. Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1811-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Trinity Church, March 21, 1812, on the decease of Mr. George Higginson. By J.S.J. Gardiner, rector. Funeral sermons -- 1812.; Wrappers (Binding). Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1812-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Trinity Church, March 25, 1810. On the decease of Doctor James Lloyd. By J.S.J. Gardiner, rector. Funeral sermons -- 1810.; Wrappers (Binding.) Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1810-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Trinity Church, September 22nd, 1809, before the members of the Boston Female Asylum, being their ninth anniversary. By J.S.J. Gardiner, A.M. Rector of Trinity Church. Anniversary sermons -- 1809.; Wrappers (Binding). Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1809-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Walpole, N.H., March 10, 1805 [microform] being the Lord's day next following the ordination of the author by Pliny Dickinson. Ordination sermons -- 1805. Dickinson, Pliny, 1777-1834 1805-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Waterbury, March 10, 1813, at the funeral of Miss Esther Hovey [microform] by Chester Wright. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Wright, Chester, 1776-1840 1813-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Westfield, November 18th, 1817 [microform] at the funeral of Maj. Gen. William Shepard, aged eighty containing brief sketches of his life by Isaac Knapp published by request. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Knapp, Isaac, 1775-1847 1818-01-01
A sermon, delivered at Wilmington, before the Mount Moriah Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons; at their celebration of the Festival of St. John the Baptist, June 24, A.L. 5805. By Brother Hosea Ballou. Sermons -- 1805.; Poems -- 1805. Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852 1805-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the Second Universalist Meeting House, in Boston. By Hosea Ballou, pastor. Sermons -- 1819. Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852 1819-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the dedication of the South Meeting House in Dorchester, October 30, 1806. By Thaddeus Mason Harris, minister of the town. Dedication sermons -- 1806.; Sermons -- 1806.; Hymns. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1806-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the dedication of the Universalist Meeting-House at Shirley, Mass. January 9, 1817. By Hosea Ballou. Published by request. [Three lines from the Psalmist]. Dedication sermons -- 1817.; Ornate types (Type evidence).; Presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852 1817-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the funeral of George Elliot, Esq., May 3d, 1810 [microform] by Achilles Mansfield. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Mansfield, Achilles, 1751-1814 1810-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the funeral of Mr. Samuel Phillips, at Athol, February 6th, 1810. By Elisha Andrews, A.M. Pastor of the Baptist Church in Templeton. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Andrews, Elisha, 1768-1840 1810-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Asenath Harrison, of Salisbury, (Con.) wife of Capt. Jared Harrison, who departed this life June 16th, 1816. AEt. 66. By Chauncey Lee, Pastor of the Congregational Church, in Colebrook, (Con.) Funeral sermons -- 1816.; Hymns. Lee, Chauncey, 1763-1842 1816-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Mason [microform] the wife of Col. Jeremiah Mason who died, December 16, 1809, æt. 78 by William B. Ripley. Funeral sermons -- 1809. Ripley, William B. (William Brintnall), 1768-1822 1810-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the funeral of Thomas Thurstin [i.e., Thurston], Jun. of Fitchburg; by the Rev. Titus Theodore Barton, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Fitchburg. Published at the request of those who heard it. Funeral sermons -- 1806.; Library copies (Provenance). Barton, Titus Theodore, 1766-1827 1806-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the funeral of the Rev. Timothy Fuller, of Merrimac, formerly pastor of Princeton, Mass., July 4th, 1805 [microform] by Humphrey Moore. Funeral sermons -- 1805. Moore, Humphrey, 1778-1871 1805-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the inauguration of the Rev. Ebenezer Porter, A.M. to the office of Bartlet Professor of sacred rhetoric in the Theological Institution at Andover, April 1, 1812. By Abiel Holmes, D.D. Minister of the First Church in Cambridge. Published by vote of the trustees. Sermons -- 1805.; Booksellers' advertisements -- Massachusetts -- Boston. Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1812-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the installation of St. John's Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, in Thetford, Vermont, July 4, 1816. By Asa Burton, D.D. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Thetford. Published at the united request of the Masons assembled on the occasion. Fourth of July sermons -- 1816 Burton, Asa, 1752-1836 1816-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the installation of the Rev. James Miltimore, to the pastoral care of the Fourth Church in Newbury, April 27, 1808. By Joseph Buckminster, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Portsmouth, N.H. Installation sermons -- 1808. Buckminster, Joseph, 1751-1812 1808-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the installation of the Rev. Luther Willson to the pastoral care of the church in Petersham, June 23, 1819. By Aaron Bancroft, D.D. Pastor of the Second Congregational Church in Worcester. Installation sermons -- 1819.; Wrappers (Binding). Bancroft, Aaron, 1755-1839 1819-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the meeting house of the Second Parish in Portland, August 20, 1812: on the occasion of the national fast. By Nathan S. S. Beman, late Pastor of the Third Congregational Church in Portland. Published at the particular request of the congregation. [One line of Scripture text] Fast day sermons -- 1812 Aug. 20.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Beman, Nathan S. S. (Nathan Sidney Smith), 1785-1871 1812-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the opening of the Baptist Meeting-House, in Belchertown, March 2, 1814. By Elisha Andrews, A.M. Dedication sermons -- 1814. Andrews, Elisha, 1768-1840 1814-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of Rev. Thomas Brattle Gannett to the pastoral care of the church in Cambridgeport, Jan. 19, 1814. By Abiel Holmes, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Ordination sermons -- 1814.; Authors' presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1814-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Benjamin Franklin Stanton, in the city of Hudson, January 9, 1817. By Samuel Blatchford, D.D. Together with the charges, delivered on the same occasion; the one to the Pastor, by the Rev. John Chester, and the other to the congregation, by the Rev. Nathaniel S. Prime. Published by request. Ordination sermons -- 1817. Blatchford, Samuel, 1767-1828 1817-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Cornelius Adams, over the church and people in Scotland Society, Windham, December 5, 1805 [microform] by Erastus Learned. Ordination sermons -- 1805. Learned, Erastus, 1775-1824 1806-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Ephraim T. Woodruff, A.M. [microform] to the pastoral care of the Church of Christ in North County, on the 8th of April, 1801 by Hezekiah N. Woodruff. Ordination sermons -- 1801. Woodruff, Hezekiah N. (Hezekiah North), 1763-1833 1801-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. John Bartlett to the pastoral care of the Second Church in Marblehead, 22 May, 1811. By Abiel Holmes, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Ordination sermons -- 1811.; Ornate types (Type evidence). Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1811-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. John Codman, to the pastoral care of the Second Church of Christ in Dorchester, Dec. 7, 1808 [microform] by William Ellery Channing. Ordination sermons -- 1808. Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842 1808-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. John Codman, to the pastoral care of the Second Church of Christ in Dorchester, Dec. 7, 1808 [microform] by William Ellery Channing. Ordination sermons -- 1808. Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842 1809-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. John Codman, to the pastoral care of the Second Church of Christ, in Dorchester, Dec. 7, 1808 [microform] by William Ellery Channing. Ordination sermons -- 1808. Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842 1809-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. John Lord ... in Washington, November 9, 1803 [microform] by Elias Fisher. Ordination sermons -- 1803. Fisher, Elias, 1749-1831 1803-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Josiah B. Andrews ... in Killingworth, April 21, 1802 [microform] by Abel Flint. Ordination sermons -- 1802. Flint, Abel, 1765-1825 1802-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Micah Stone [microform] to the pastoral care of the church and congregation in Brookfield, Massachusetts, March 11, 1801 by Eliab Stone. Ordination sermons -- 1801. Stone, Eliab, 1737-1822 1801-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Moses Sawyer [microform] to the pastoral care of the church and Calvanistic Society in Henniker, May 26, 1802 by Thomas Worcester. Ordination sermons -- 1802. Worcester, Thomas, 1768-1831 1802-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Nathan Holman [microform] to the pastoral charge of the Second Congregational Church in Attleborough, October 15, 1800 by Edmund Mills. Ordination sermons -- 1800. Mills, Edmund, 1753?-1825 1801-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Nathan Tilton, to the pastoral care of the church and society in the Second Parish in Scarborough, December 10, 1800: by Alden Bradford, A.M. Pastor of the Christian Society at Pownalborough. Ordination sermons -- 1800.; Sprinkled edges (Binding).; Authors' presentation inscriptions (Provenance).; Illegible markings (Provenance). Bradford, Alden, 1765-1843 1801-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Otis Thompson, to the pastoral care of the Second Congregational Church in Rehoboth, September 24th, 1800. By Joseph Barker, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Middleborough. Ordination sermons -- 1800.; Wrappers (Binding).; Authors' presentation copies (Provenance). Barker, Joseph, 1751-1815 1801-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Samuel Whittelsey, to the work of the Gospel ministry, in New-Preston, Washington, Conn., December 30th, 1807 [microform] and at the ordination of the Rev. Hosea Beckley, to the work of the Gospel ministry, in Dummerston, Vt., March 2d, 1808 by Calvin Chapin. Ordination sermons -- 1807. Chapin, Calvin, 1763-1851 1808-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Thomas Abbot Merrill, to the pastoral care of the church at Middlebury, Vt., Dec. 19, 1805. By the Rev. Asa Burton, D.D. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Thetford. Published by request. Ordination sermons -- 1805. Burton, Asa, 1752-1836 1806-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. William Rolfe [microform] to the pastoral care of the church in Groton, New Hampshire, November 9th, 1803 by Asa M'Farland. Ordination sermons -- 1803. McFarland, Asa, 1769-1827 1804-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Reverend William Bascom to the pastoral care of the First Church in Fitchburg, 16 October, 1805. By Abiel Holmes, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Ordination sermons -- 1805. Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1805-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the request of the Female Cent Society, in Sandbornton [i.e., Sanbornton], New-Hampshire, December 23, 1812. By Abraham Bodwell, Pastor of the Congregational Church in Sandbornton. [One line from Solomon] Sermons -- 1813.; Illegible markings (Provenance). Bodwell, Abraham, 1778-1863 1813-01-01
A sermon, delivered at the request of the Ladies' Society, instituted for the relief of distressed women and children, in the city of Albany, January 10th, 1808. By the Rev. Frederic [i.e., Frederick] Beasley, M.A. Rector of the Episcopal Church in said city. Sermons -- 1808. Beasley, Frederick, 1777-1845 1808-01-01
A sermon, delivered before His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq. governor, the honorable the Council, Senate, and House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 26, 1802. Being the day of general election. By Thomas Baldwin, A.M. Minister of the Second Baptist Church in Boston. Election sermons -- Massachusetts -- 1802. Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825 1802-01-01
A sermon, delivered before His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq. governor, the honorable the Council, Senate, and House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 26, 1802. Being the day of general election. By Thomas Baldwin, A.M. Minister of the Second Baptist Church in Boston. Election sermons -- Massachusetts -- 1802. Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825 1802-01-01
A sermon, delivered before His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq. governor, the honorable the Council, Senate, and House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 26, 1802. Being the day of general election. By Thomas Baldwin, A.M. Minister of the Second Baptist Church in Boston. Election sermons -- Massachusetts -- 1802.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825 1802-01-01
A sermon, delivered before the Convention of the Congregational Ministers of Massachusetts, at their annual meeting in Boston, XXVII May MDCCCXIX. By Abiel Holmes, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Sermons -- 1819.; Wrappers (Binding). Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1819-01-01
A sermon, delivered before the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of New York, October 4, 1808; and published at their request. By the Rev. Frederic [i.e., Frederick] Beasley, A.M. Rector of St. Peter's Church, Albany. Sermons -- 1808.; Author's presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Beasley, Frederick, 1777-1845 1808-01-01
A sermon, delivered before the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of Pennsylvania, held in St. James's Church, Philadelphia, May 3, 1815; and published by request. By the Rev. Frederick Beasley, D.D. provost of the University of Pennsylvania. Sermons -- 1815.; Wrappers (Binding).; Ink stamps (Provenance). Beasley, Frederick, 1777-1845 1815-01-01
A sermon, delivered before the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A. [microform] in St. Michael's Church, Trenton, New Jersey, on Friday, September 11, 1801, on the occasion of the meeting of the said Convention, and of the consecration of the right Reverend Bishop Moore of New York by William White. Ordination sermons -- 1801. White, William, 1748-1836 1801-01-01
A sermon, delivered before the Maine Missionary Society, at their annual meeting, in Gorham, June 22, 1814. By Francis Brown, pastor of a church in North Yarmouth. Anniversary sermons -- 1814.; Wrappers (Binding).; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Brown, Francis, 1784-1820 1814-01-01
A sermon, delivered before the Massachusetts Missionary Society, at their annual meeting in Boston, May 29, 1804. By Abiel Holmes, A.M. pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Sermons -- 1804.; Authors' presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1804-01-01
A sermon, delivered before the members of the Female Charitable Society in Newburyport, May 22, 1809: it being their sixth anniversary. By Joseph Buckminster, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Portsmouth (N.H.) Published at the request of the managers. Anniversary sermons -- 1809. Buckminster, Joseph, 1751-1812 1809-01-01
A sermon, delivered by Cornelius Adams, on the Sabbath following the day of his ordination, to the pastoral office over the Second Church in Windham, December 8, 1805. (Published by desire of the hearers.) Sermons -- 1805.; Wrappers (Binding). Adams, Cornelius, 1776-1806 1806-01-01
A sermon, delivered in Attleborough, Mass. December 4, 1817, being the anniversary Thanksgiving. By Richard Carrique, Pastor of the First Universal Society in that place, and published by their request. [Four lines from Isaiah] Thanksgiving sermons -- 1817 Dec. 4. Barton, Ira Moore, 1796-1867 1818-01-01
A sermon, delivered in Boston, May 29, 1816, before the Massachusetts Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. By Joshua Bates, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Dedham. Sermons -- 1816.; Sprinkled edges (Binding).; Library copies (Provenance). Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854 1816-01-01
A sermon, delivered in Boston, May 30, 1804, before the Massachusetts Baptist Missionary Society. Being their second anniversary. By Thomas Baldwin, D.D. Minister of the Second Baptist Church in Boston. Published for the benefit of the Society. Anniversary sermons -- 1804.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825 1804-01-01
A sermon, delivered in Boston, Sept. 16, 1813, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at their fourth annual meeting. By Timothy Dwight, D.D. L.L.D. president of Yale College. Published by request of the Board. Booksellers' advertisements -- Massachusetts -- Boston.; Sermons -- 1813. Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817 1813-01-01
A sermon, delivered in Boston, Sept. 16, 1813, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at their fourth annual meeting. By Timothy Dwight, D.D. L.L.D. president of Yale College. Published by request of the Board. Booksellers' advertisements -- Massachusetts -- Boston.; Sermons -- 1813.; Wrappers (Binding). Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817 1813-01-01
A sermon, delivered in Boston, before the African Society, on the 14th day of July, 1818; the anniversary of the abolition of the slave trade. By Thomas Gray, A.M. Minister of the Church of Christ, on Jamaica Plain, Roxbury. Published by request of the society. Sermons -- 1818. Gray, Thomas, 1772-1847 1818-01-01
A sermon, delivered in Christ-Church, Hudson, June 12th, 1814, on the death of the Hon. Hezekiah L. Hosmer, Esq. By the Rev. Harry Croswell. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Croswell, Harry, 1778-1858 1814-01-01
A sermon, delivered in Ellington, June 25th, 1806. At the dedication of the new meeting house, in that place. By Diodate Brockway, A.M. pastor of the church in Ellington. Dedication sermons -- 1807. Brockway, Diodate, 1776-1849 1807-01-01
A sermon, delivered in Farmington, (Maine,) December 4, 1817; being the day set apart by the governor and Council, as a day of public thanksgiving and prayer. By Thomas Adams. Thanksgiving sermons -- 1818 Dec. 4.; Ornate types (Type evidence). Adams, Thomas, 1792-1881 1818-01-01
A sermon, delivered in Gill, Mass. August 11, 1816. Occasioned by the death of the Rev. Avery Williams, late of Lexington, Mass. who died at Spartanburgh, S.C. Feb. 4, 1816. By Josiah W. Cannon [later Canning], A.M. pastor of the church in Gill. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Canning, Josiah Weeks, 1780-1854 1816-01-01
A sermon, delivered in Hadley, March 12, A.D. 1811, at the interment of Rev. Samuel Hopkins ... [microform] by Joseph Lyman. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Lyman, Joseph, 1749-1828 1811-01-01
A sermon, delivered in Rutland, at the funeral of Charles Miles ... [microform] February, 1813 by Abishai Crossman. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Crossman, Abishai 1813-01-01
A sermon, delivered in Rutland, on a hay-mow. By Stephen Burroughs, to his auditory the Pelhamites. Satires.; Sermons -- 1784.; Hymns. Burroughs, Stephen, 1765-1840 1807-01-01
A sermon, delivered in Sherburne, February 29th, 1804, at the ordination of the Rev. Joshua Knight [microform] by Isaac Lewis. Ordination sermons -- 1804. Lewis, Isaac, 1773-1854 1804-01-01
A sermon, delivered in St. Michael's Church, Charleston, on Sunday, October 4, 1807, on the occasion of the melancholy death of Arthur Smith, and Thomas Hudson, Esq's. who fell in a duel, at Beaufort, in South Carolina, on the 21st of September, 1807. By Nathaniel Bowen, A.M. Rector of St. Michael's. Published by desire of the vestry of St. Michael's. Sermons -- 1807. Bowen, Nathaniel, 1779-1839 1807-01-01
A sermon, delivered in St. Paul's Church, Newburyport, September 6, 1803, at the anniversary meeting of the Merrimac Humane Society. By the Right Reverend Edward Bass, D.D. late Bishop of Massachusetts and Rhode-Island, and one of the trustees of said society. Published at the request of the trustees. Anniversary sermons -- 1803.; Poems -- 1803.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Bass, Edward, 1726-1803 1803-01-01
A sermon, delivered in West-Hartford, May 22d, 1814. By James Beach, pastor of a church in Winchester. Published by request of the hearers. Sermons -- 1814. Beach, James, 1780-1850 1814-01-01
A sermon, delivered in Windham, at the funeral of Miss Nabby Clark, daughter of Doctor John Clark [microform] who died August 22, 1807, in the 18th year of her age also an appendix, exhibiting the state of her mind in view of death by Ludovicus Weld published by request. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Weld, Ludovicus, 1766-1844 1810-01-01
A sermon, delivered in the North Meeting House in Salem, before the Bible Society of Salem and Vicinity. At their annual meeting, April 20, 1814. By Thomas Barnard, D.D. Sermons -- 1814.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Barnard, Thomas, 1748-1814 1814-01-01
A sermon, delivered in the North Presbyterian Church in Hartford, May 20, 1813, on the evening subsequent to the formation of the "Connecticut Society for the Promotion of Good Morals." By Lyman Beecher, A.M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Litchfield. Sermons -- 1813. Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863 1813-01-01
A sermon, delivered in the North Presbyterian Church in Hartford, on the evening of May 16th, 1815; by appointment of the trustees of the Missionary Society of Connecticut. By Abel M'Ewen, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church in New-London. Sermons -- 1815. McEwen, Abel, 1780-1860 1815-01-01
A sermon, delivered in the Second Universalist Meeting House in Boston, on the morning of the third Sabbath in November, 1819. by Hosea Ballou, pastor. Published by request. Sermons -- 1819. Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852 1819-01-01
A sermon, delivered in the Tron Church, Glasgow, on Wednesday, Nov. 19th, 1817, the day of the funeral of Her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte of Wales [microform] by Thomas Chalmers. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Chalmers, Thomas, 1780-1847 1818-01-01
A sermon, delivered in the Universalist Meeting-House in Portsmouth, N.H. on the day of the national thanksgiving and state fast, April 13, A.D. 1815. By Rev. H. Ballou. Fast day sermons -- 1815 Apr. 13.; Thanksgiving sermons -- 1815 Apr. 13. Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852 1815-01-01
A sermon, delivered in the church in Lanesborough, December the 20th A.D. 1809; at the funeral of Mr. William Bradley. By Amos Pardee, A.B. Rector of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Lanesborough. Published at the request of the mourners. Funeral sermons -- 1809. Pardee, Amos, 1770-1849 1810-01-01
A sermon, delivered in the west parish of Londonderry, May 5, 1816 [microform] occasioned by the death of John Pinkerton, Esq. by William Morrison. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Morison, William, 1748-1818 1817-01-01
A sermon, delivered next Lord's Day after the interment of Lieut. Thomas R. Roby [microform] who died Sept. 12, 1811 ... by David L. Morril. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Morril, David L 1812-01-01
A sermon, delivered on the 5th of April 1801, on the death of William Alexander, late D.C.C.C. [microform] who was inhumanly murdered on the 27th day of September, 1800, upon the highway by James Hurt. Funeral sermons -- 1801. Hurt, James 1801-01-01
A sermon, delivered on the next Lord's Day after the death of Jonathan Todd, Esquire, who departed this life February 10, 1819 [microform] by John Elliott. Funeral sermons -- 1819. Elliott, John, 1768-1824 1819-01-01
A sermon, delivered partly Monday, Dec. 11, 1815, at the interment of the Hon. Cotton Tufts [microform] who departed this life Dec. 8, 1815, in the 84th year of his age ... by Jacob Norton. Funeral sermons -- 1815. Norton, Jacob, 1764-1858 1816-01-01
A sermon, delivered the next Sabbath after the interment of the Hon. Jabez Fisher, Esq. who died on the fifteenth day of October, in the year of our lord, one thousand eight hundred and six, in the eighty-ninth year of his age. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Funeral sermons -- 1806. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1807-01-01
A sermon, delivered to the Baptist Church and Society in Salem, Jan. 1, 1806, at the dedication of the new brick meeting-house in that place. By Lucius Bolles, A.M. pastor of the church. Dedication sermons -- 1806. Bolles, Lucius, 1779-1844 1806-01-01
A sermon, delivered to the Baptist church at Warwick, Lord's day, July 28, 1802 [microform] on the ordination of the Rev. Thomas Stevens by John Stanford. Ordination sermons -- 1802. Stanford, John, 1754-1834 1803-01-01
A sermon, delivered to the First Religious Society in Newburyport, September 27, 1801 [microform] being the last Lord's day of their assembling in the old meeting house by Thomas Cary. Farewell sermons -- 1801.; Dedication sermons -- 1801. Cary, Thomas, 1745-1808 1801-01-01
A sermon, delivered, May 23, 1804, in the Baptist Meeting-House, Gold-Street, New-York; at the ordination of the Rev. Jeremiah Chaplin. By Thomas Baldwin, D.D. Pastor of the Second Baptist Church, in Boston. Ordination sermons -- 1804.; Wrappers (Binding). Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825 1804-01-01
A sermon, delivered, October 7th, 1801, at the ordination of Mr. Samuel Dana [microform] to the work of the ministry and pastoral care of the First Church and society in Marblehead by Joseph Dana. Ordination sermons -- 1801. Dana, Joseph, 1742-1827 1801-01-01
A sermon, in which is attempted a full and explicit answer to the common and highly important question, What wilt Thou have me to do? [microform] delivered in the ordinary course, on one of the Sabbaths in August, 1814, to the congregation in Park Street, Boston by Edward D. Griffin. Sermons -- 1814. Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1770-1837 1814-01-01
A sermon, in which is attempted a full and explicit answer to the common and highly important question, What wilt Thou have me to do? [microform] delivered in the ordinary course, on one of the Sabbaths in August, 1814, to the congregation in Park Street, Boston by Edward D. Griffin. Sermons -- 1814. Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1770-1837 1819-01-01
A sermon, occasioned by the death of Capt. Cyrus Bullard, and preached at Medway, May 25, 1806 [microform] by Luther Wright. Funeral sermons -- 1806. Wright, Luther, 1770-1858 1807-01-01
A sermon, occasioned by the death of Colonel William M'Intosh [microform] who died January 3, 1813 ... by Stephen Palmer. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Palmer, Stephen, 1766-1821 1813-01-01
A sermon, occasioned by the death of Major Gen. Alexander Hamilton, who was killed by Aaron Burr, Esq., vice president of the United States, in a duel, July 11, 1804. Preached, in Christ-Church and St. Peter's, Philadelphia, on Sunday, July 22d, 1804, by James Abercrombie, D.D. one of the Assistant Ministers of Christ-Church and St. Peter's. Published by request. Sermons -- 1804. Abercrombie, James, 1758-1841 1804-01-01
A sermon, occasioned by the death of the Rev. Aaron Putnam, late pastor of the First Church in Pomfret [microform] who died on the 28th of October, 1813, in the 80th year of his age and delivered at his funeral on the Monday next following by Josiah Whitney. Funeral sermons -- 1813. Whitney, Josiah, 1731-1824 1815-01-01
A sermon, occasioned by the death of the Rev. Joseph Snow ... [microform] by Stephen Gano. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Gano, Stephen, 1762-1828 1803-01-01
A sermon, occasioned by the death of the Rev. Josiah Bridge [microform] and delivered at East Sudbury, June 28, 1801, by Moses Adams. Funeral sermons -- 1801. Adams, Moses, 1749-1819 1801-01-01
A sermon, occasioned by the expected removal of a number of families to New Connecticut: at which time, a part of their number was formed into a Gospel church; April 3, 1811. By Joel Baker, A.M. Minister of the Middle Parish, Granville. Sermons -- 1808. Baker, Joel, 1768-1833 1811-01-01
A sermon, occasioned by the lamented death of Mrs. Frances M. Sands, of New-Shoreham. Formerly an inhabitant of East-Hampton, (L.I.) Composed and now made public at the request of her afflicted partner, and delivered at East-Hampton, October 12th, 1806. By Lyman Beecher, pastor of the church in that place. Funeral sermons -- 1806. Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863 1806-01-01
A sermon, on free masonry, preached before the lodges, no. 45 and 113, of the city of Pittsburgh, on Tuesday, June 24, 1817, being the festival of St. John the Baptist. By the Rev. Abiel Carter, A.M. Rector of Trinity Church, in that city. Published at the request of the lodges. Sermons -- 1817.; Wrappers (Binding). Carter, Abiel, 1791-1827 1817-01-01
A sermon, on religious melancholy, delivered in the church of St. Andrew, Scituate, on Sunday, 1st October, 1810. By James Bowers, Rector of St. Michael's Church, Marblehead. Published by desire. Sermons -- 1810.; Prayers.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Bowers, James, d. 1834 1810-01-01
A sermon, on the decease of the Rev. Peter Thacher, D.D., pronounced Dec. 31, 1802, in Brattle-street Church, Boston [microform] by William Emerson. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Emerson, William, 1769-1811 1803-01-01
A sermon, on the preservation and changes of human life. By Rev. Noah Atwater, A.M. late pastor of the church in Westfield. Delivered to his people on the 22d of November, 1801, at the close of the 20th year of his ministry, and under a distressing and threatening disorder of body, which, soon after, terminated his life. Farewell sermons -- 1801. Atwater, Noah, 1752-1802 1802-01-01
A sermon, preached August 24, 1808, at Sandwich; before the scholars, and at the request of the trustees of the academy in that place. Children's sermons -- 1809.; Juvenile literature -- 1809.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Allyn, John, 1767-1833 1809-01-01
A sermon, preached December 24, 1806, at the ordination of the Rev. Stephen Farley [microform] to the pastoral care of the Congregational Church and Society in Claremont by Eli Smith. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Smith, Eli, 1759-1847 1807-01-01
A sermon, preached February 15, 1802, before the honourable Senate and House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, on the day of the interment of His Honor Samuel Phillips, Esq., lieutenant governor, who died February 10, 1802, æ. 50. By Thomas Baldwin, A.M. Chaplain to the House. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825 1802-01-01
A sermon, preached January 15th, 1801. In the meeting-house, in Chelsea; before the interment of the Rev. Phillips Payson, D.D., minister of the church and congregation in that town. Who died, January 11th, 1801. By Thomas Barnard, D.D. Minister of the North Church and congregation in Salem. Funeral sermons -- 1801.; Authors' presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Barnard, Thomas, 1748-1814 1801-01-01
A sermon, preached January 18, 1809, at the ordination of the Rev. Elijah Dexter, to the pastoral care of the church in Plympton [microform] by Oliver Cobb. Ordination sermons -- 1809. Cobb, Oliver, 1770-1849 1809-01-01
A sermon, preached January 9, 1805, in the Tabernacle, Salem [microform] at the ordination of the Rev. Lucius Bolles to the pastoral care of the Baptist church and society in that town by Samuel Stillman. Ordination sermons -- 1805. Stillman, Samuel, 1738-1807 1805-01-01
A sermon, preached July 13, 1805. At the funeral of Mrs. Lydia Fisk, late consort of the Rev. Elisha Fisk, Pastor of the First Church in Wrentham. By Nathanial [i.e., Nathanael] Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Funeral sermons -- 1805. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1805-01-01
A sermon, preached March 18, 1801, at the ordination of the Rev. Moses Dow [microform] by Stephen Peabody. Ordination sermons -- 1801. Peabody, Stephen, 1741-1819 1801-01-01
A sermon, preached March 2, 1808, at the ordination of the Rev. Abraham Burnham, to the pastoral care of the lately organized Congregational Church and Society in Pembroke, New-Hampshire. By Walter Harris, A.M. pastor of the church in Dunbarton. Published by the desire of the church and society. Ordination sermons -- 1808.; Illegible markings (Provenance). Harris, Walter, 1761-1843 1808-01-01
A sermon, preached March 4, 1804, at the ordination of the Rev. Isaac Allen [microform] to the pastoral care of the Congregational church and society in Bolton by Samuel Kendal. Ordination sermons -- 1804. Kendal, Samuel, 1753-1814 1804-01-01
A sermon, preached May 11, 1808, at the ordination of the Rev. Ebenezer Hubbard, over the Second Church and society in Newbury [microform] by Timothy Flint. Ordination sermons -- 1808. Flint, Timothy, 1780-1840 1808-01-01
A sermon, preached November 15, 1809, at the installation of the Rev. Stephen Chapin, to the pastoral care of the church and people in Mont Vernon, New-Hampshire. By Walter Harris, A.M. pastor of the church in Dunbarton. Installation sermons -- 1809.; Owners' verses (Provenance). Harris, Walter, 1761-1843 1809-01-01
A sermon, preached October 20, 1802, at the ordination of the Rev. David Kendal to the pastorial care of the church and society in Hubbardston. By Abiel Holmes, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Ordination sermons -- 1802.; Poems -- 1803.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1803-01-01
A sermon, preached October 20th, 1807, at the funeral of Ensign Winthrop Earle, who died October 18th, 1807, aged 33 [microform] by Zephaniah Swift Moore. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Moore, Zephaniah Swift, 1770-1823 1808-01-01
A sermon, preached at Belchertown, on Monday, November 14, 1814, at the interment of Mrs. Betsey Matilda Doolittle, wife of Mark Doolittle [microform] with a brief sketch of her life and character by John Woodbridge published by request. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Woodbridge, John, 1784-1869 1814-01-01
A sermon, preached at Belle-ville, in the fourth parish of Newbury, November 24, 1807, at the dedication of the new meeting-house in that place. By James Miltimore, A.M. V.D.M. Published by desire. Dedication sermons -- 1807. Miltimore, James, 1755-1836 1807-01-01
A sermon, preached at Bethel, on the ordination of the Rev. William M'Pheters. [Three lines of Scripture text] By the Rev. George A. Baxter. Published by request of the Lexington Presbytery. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Baxter, George A. (George Addison), 1771-1841 1806-01-01
A sermon, preached at Boston, January 4, 1816, before the Society for Foreign Missions of Boston and the Vicinity. By Joshua Bates, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Dedham. Sermons -- 1816.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854 1816-01-01
A sermon, preached at Cambridge, April 6, 1809, the day of the public fast. By Abiel Holmes, D.D. Minister of the First Church in Cambridge. Fast day sermons -- 1809.; Wrappers (Binding). Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1809-01-01
A sermon, preached at Cambridge, January 4, 1801, the first Lord's day in the nineteenth century. By Abiel Holmes, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. New Year sermons -- 1801.; Century sermons -- 1801. Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1801-01-01
A sermon, preached at Concord, before His Excellency William Plummer, governor, the honorable Council, and the two houses composing the legislature of the state of New-Hampshire, June 4, 1818. Being the anniversary election. By William Allen, A.M. president of Dartmouth University. Election sermons -- New Hampshire -- 1818. Allen, William, 1784-1868 1818-01-01
A sermon, preached at Concord, before His Excellency the governor, the honorable Council, Senate, and House of Representatives of the state of New-Hampshire, June 6, 1811. By Thomas Beede, A.M. pastor of the Church in Wilton. Election sermons -- New Hampshire -- 1811.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Beedé, Thomas, 1771-1848 1811-01-01
A sermon, preached at Dennis, April 30, 1804, at the interment of the Rev. Nathan Stone, A.M., who died April 26, 1804 ... by Ephraim Briggs. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Briggs, Ephraim, 1769-1816 1804-01-01
A sermon, preached at Dunbarton, in New-Hampshire, Lord's Day, April 7, 1811, being the next Sabbath after the interment of Deacon Samuel Burnham. By Walter Harris, A.M. pastor of the church in Dunbarton. Funeral sermons -- 1811.; Booksellers' advertisements -- Massachusetts -- Concord.; Printed wrappers (Binding).; Ornate types (Type evidence). Harris, Walter, 1761-1843 1811-01-01
A sermon, preached at East-Windsor ... November 21st, 1802 ... following the interment of ... Thomas Potwine [microform] by Nehemiah Prudden. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Prudden, Nehemiah, 1749-1815 1803-01-01
A sermon, preached at Hartford, before the honorable General Assembly, of the state of Connecticut, on the anniversary election, May 11, 1815. By Diodate Brockway, A.M. pastor of the church in Ellington. Election sermons -- Connecticut -- 1815.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Brockway, Diodate, 1776-1849 1815-01-01
A sermon, preached at Hopkinton, June 4th, 1801, before His Excellency the Governor, the honorable Council, Senate, and House of Representatives, of the state of New-Hampshire. By Jacob Burnap, A.M. minister of Merrimack. Election sermons -- New Hampshire -- 1801. Burnap, Jacob, 1748-1821 1801-01-01
A sermon, preached at Hubbardston; Lord's Day, July 5, 1812. Being the first communion day, after the decease of a worthy female member of the Church of Christ in that place. By Samuel Gay, A.M. Minister of the Gospel in Hubbardston. [one line from Micah] Funeral sermons -- 1812. Gay, Samuel, 1784-1848 1812-01-01
A sermon, preached at Lanesborough, July 13, 1803, at the funeral of Miss Anna Collins, daughter of the Rev. Daniel Collins, who departed this life on the day preceding, having just entered the 22d year of her age; by Thomas Allen, A.M. pastor of the church in Pittsfield. To which is subjoined, Mr. Collins' address at the grave. [One line from Job]. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Allen, Thomas, 1743-1810 1803-01-01
A sermon, preached at Lee, Massachusetts, December 20th, 1807, being the next Lord's day after the interment of Mr. Jonathan Thacher ... and Mrs. Mary Ingersoll ... [microform] by Alvan Hyde. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Hyde, Alvan, 1768-1833 1808-01-01
A sermon, preached at Machias, September 3, 1800, at the ordination of the Rev. Marshfield Steele [microform] to the pastoral care of the church and society in that town by Jonathan Fisher. Ordination sermons -- 1800. Fisher, Jonathan, 1768-1847 1801-01-01
A sermon, preached at New-Bedford, October 26, 1814, at the ordination of Rev. Ephraim Randall. By Rev. Thaddeus Mason Harris, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Dorchester. Ordination sermons -- 1814. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1814-01-01
A sermon, preached at Stafford, December 25, 1801, at the interment of August Miller [microform] ætatis 15, who perished in a store consumed by fire, the property of Dr. Samuel Willard by Moses C. Welch. Funeral sermons -- 1801. Welch, Moses C. (Moses Cook), 1754-1824 1802-01-01
A sermon, preached at Trinity Church, April 6, 1810, being the day of publick fast. By J.S.J. Gardiner, A.M. rector. Fast day sermons -- 1810. Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1810-01-01
A sermon, preached at Trinity Church, November 22, 1812; the Sunday after the interment of Thomas C. Amory, Esq. By J.S.J. Gardiner, A.M., rector. Funeral sermons -- 1812.; Wrappers (Binding). Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1812-01-01
A sermon, preached at Trinity Church, in Boston, on fast day, April 7, 1808. By J.S.J. Gardiner, A.M. Rector of Trinity Church. Fast day sermons -- 1808 Apr. 7. Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1808-01-01
A sermon, preached at Trinity Church, in Boston, on the day appointed for publick thanksgiving throughout the state of Massachusetts, Dec. 1, 1808. By J.S.J. Gardiner, A.M. rector of the Church. Thanksgiving sermons -- 1808 Dec. 1. Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1808-01-01
A sermon, preached at Trinity-Church, Boston, before the Prayer-Book and Religious Tract Association; January 1, 1816. By John S.J. Gardiner, D.D. Rector of Trinity-Church. Printed at the request of the Association. Sermons -- 1816. Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1816-01-01
A sermon, preached at Waterbury, (Salem Parish) Dec. 2, A.L. 5808, on the death of Mr. Asahel Lewis. Also at Danbury, January 10, 1809, at the funeral of James Clark, Esq. By the Rev. Daniel Burhans, A.M. Rector of Trinity Church, Newtown. [One line from Hebrews] Funeral sermons -- 1808.; Funeral sermons -- 1809.; Prayers. Burhans, Daniel, 1763-1853 1809-01-01
A sermon, preached at Westminster, June 22d, 1804, on account of the death of Mr. Daniel Burbank [microform] by Jonathan Osgood. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Osgood, Jonathan, 1761-1822 1805-01-01
A sermon, preached at Worcester, on the annual fast, April 11, 1811. By Samuel Austin, D.D. Fast day sermons -- 1811 Apr. 11. Austin, Samuel, 1760-1830 1811-01-01
A sermon, preached at Yarmouth, County of Barnstable, April 26, 1801 [microform] occasioned by the much lamented death of Captain Abraham Hedge, who was drowned in a violent storm, the 9th instant by Isaiah Alden. Funeral sermons -- 1801. Alden, Isaiah, 1772-1843 1801-01-01
A sermon, preached at a parochial fast, in the first parish of Rowley, July 17, 1817. By Isaac Braman, A.M. Pastor of the second church in that town. Fast day sermons -- 1817 July 17. Braman, Isaac, 1770-1858 1817-01-01
A sermon, preached at the church in Brattle Square, Boston [microform] on the Lord's day after the decease of John Warren ... who died IV. April, MDCCCXV. aged LXII. Funeral sermons -- 1815. McKean, Joseph, 1776-1818 1815-01-01
A sermon, preached at the dedication of the new meetinghouse in Hadley, November 3, 1808. By Samuel Austin, D.D. pastor of a church of Christ, in Worcester. (Published by request.) Dedication sermons -- 1808.; Authors' inscriptions (Provenance). Austin, Samuel, 1760-1830 1808-01-01
A sermon, preached at the dismission of the Rev. Amasa Jerome, from the pastoral charge of the church in New-Hartford, December 23, 1813. By James Beach, pastor of a church in Winchester. Farewell sermons -- 1813. Beach, James, 1780-1850 1814-01-01
A sermon, preached at the funeral of Miss Sally Smith of New-Marlborough [microform] who died February 10, 1810, aged 21 years by Nathaniel Turner. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Turner, Nathaniel, 1771-1812 1812-01-01
A sermon, preached at the funeral of Mr. Daniel Thurston, who died suddenly, Nov. 7, 1802, aged 54. by Nathaniel [i.e., Nathanael] Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1803-01-01
A sermon, preached at the funeral of Mrs. Joanna Shaw, consort of Colonel Dan Shaw, of Lime [i.e., Lyme], N.H., November 24th, 1803. By Asa Burton, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Thetford. (Published by desire.) Funeral sermons -- 1803. Burton, Asa, 1752-1836 1804-01-01
A sermon, preached at the funeral of Mrs. Rebecca M. Farrington, late consort of Daniel Farrington, A.B., who departed this life, March 20, 1816, in the 48th year of her age. By Nathaniel [i.e., Nathanael] Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1816-01-01
A sermon, preached at the induction of the Rev. Frederick Van Horn into St. John's Church at Balltown [i.e., Ballston Spa], and the church at Charlton, on Thursday, the 8th of August, 1805. By the Rev. David Butler, Rector of St. Paul's Church at Troy, and of Trinity Church at Lansingburgh. Published at the particular request of the vestries of the churches of Balltown and Charlton. Installation sermons -- 1805.; Wrappers (Binding). Butler, David, 1763-1842 1805-01-01
A sermon, preached at the installation of the Rev. Holland Weeks, over the First Church and Society in Abington, on the ninth of August, 1815. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Installation sermons -- 1815. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1815-01-01
A sermon, preached at the installation of the Rev. John Hill [microform] over the First Church and Congregation in Rehoboth, September 22, 1802 by Peres Fobes. Installation sermons -- 1802. Fobes, Peres, 1742-1812 1803-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Amasa Jerome [microform] to the pastoral care of the church in New Hartford, August 18th, 1802 by Stephen West. Ordination sermons -- 1802. West, Stephen, 1735-1819 1802-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Caleb Hamilton Shearman, over the Church and First Parish in Dover, New-Hampshire, May 6, 1807. By Thaddeus Mason Harris, minister of Dorchester in Massachusetts. Ordination sermons -- 1807.; Hymns. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1807-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Caleb J. Tenney, to the pastoral care of the First Congregational Church of Christ, in Newport, (Rhode-Island.) September 12, 1804. By Asa Burton, D.D. Pastor of the Church of Christ, in Thetford, Vermont. Ordination sermons -- 1804.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Burton, Asa, 1752-1836 1804-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Charles Lowell to the pastoral care of the West Church and congregation in Boston [microform] January 1, 1806 by Eliphalet Porter. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Porter, Eliphalet, 1758-1833 1806-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Charles Lowell to the pastoral care of the West Church and congregation in Boston [microform] January 1, 1806 by Eliphalet Porter. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Porter, Eliphalet, 1758-1833 1806-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Ebenezer Flint, A.B. at Brentwood, N.H. May 27, 1801. And also at the ordination of the Rev. Levi Pilsbury, A.B. at Winchendon, Mass. June 24, 1801. By Solomon Aiken, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Dracut. Ordination sermons -- 1801. Aiken, Solomon, 1758-1833 1801-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Edwards Whipple, to the pastoral care of the First Congregational Church in Charlton, January 25, 1804. By Nathaniel [i.e., Nathanael] Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Ordination sermons -- 1804.; Printed wrappers (Binding).; Ornate types (Type evidence).; Booksellers' advertisements -- New York (State) -- New York. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1809-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Enos George, over the church and congregation in Barnstead, N.H., September 26th, 1804 [microform] by Stephen Hull. Ordination sermons -- 1804. Hull, Stephen 1805-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Hezekiah May, to the pastoral care of the Second Congregational Church in Marblehead, June 23, 1803 [microform] by Jedidiah Morse. Ordination sermons -- 1803. Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826 1803-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. James Converse [microform] to the pastoral care of the church in Weathersfield, state of Vermont, February 10, 1802 by Seth Payson. Ordination sermons -- 1802. Payson, Seth, 1758-1820 1803-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. James Flint, to the pastoral care of the Third Church in Bridgewater, October 29th, 1806 [microform] by his brother, Jacob Flint. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Flint, Jacob, 1767-1835 1806-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Joseph Emerson to the pastoral care of the Third Congregational Church in Beverly, September 21, 1803. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Ordination sermons -- 1803. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1803-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Julius Steele, at East-Bloomfield, March 13, 1816. By Henry Axtell, A.M. Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Geneva, N.Y. Ordination sermons -- 1816.; Wrappers (Binding).; Ornate types (Type evidence). Axtell, Henry, 1773-1849 1816-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Morrill Allen [microform] over the First Church and Congregation in Pembroke, November 8, 1801 by Peres Fobes. Ordination sermons -- 1801. Fobes, Peres, 1742-1812 1803-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Nathan Waldo, in Williamstown, Vermont, Feb. 26, 1806 [microform] by Elijah Parish. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Parish, Elijah, 1762-1825 1806-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Nymphas Hatch [microform] to the pastoral care of the First Church and Society in Tisbury, Martha's Vineyard, October 7, 1801 by Henry Lincoln. Ordination sermons -- 1801. Lincoln, Henry, 1765-1857 1802-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Robinson Smiley [microform] to the pastoral care of the Christian church and society in Springfield, state of Vermont, September 23, 1801 by William Emerson. Ordination sermons -- 1801. Emerson, William, 1769-1811 1801-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Samuel Osgood, to the pastoral care of the First Church and Society in Springfield, January 25, 1809. By Thaddeus Mason Harris, minister of Dorchester. Ordination sermons -- 1809. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1809-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. William Richey [microform] to the pastoral care of the church and society in Canton, July 1, 1807 by Elijah Dunbar, Jun. to which are subjoined the charge, by Jabez Chickering, of Dedham, and the right hand of fellowship by Edward Richmond, of Stoughton also, an appendix, giving an historical account of the rise and formation of the several churches in the towns of Canton, Sharon and Stoughton ... Ordination sermons -- 1807. Dunbar, Elijah, 1773-1850 1809-01-01
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Reverend William L. Strong, to the pastoral care of the church in Somers, April 3d, 1805 [microform] by Joseph W. Croosman. Ordination sermons -- 1805. Crossman, Joseph Warren, 1775-1812 1805-01-01
A sermon, preached before His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq. governour, the honourable the Council, Senate, and House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 27, 1801, the day of general election. By Aaron Bancroft, Minister of the Second Church in Worcester. Election sermons -- Massachusetts -- 1801. Bancroft, Aaron, 1755-1839 1801-01-01
A sermon, preached before His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq., governor, His Honor William Phillips, Esq., lieutenant-governor, the honorable Council, and the two houses composing the legislature of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 26, 1813, being the anniversary election, by William Allen, A.M. Congregational minister in Pittsfield. Election sermons -- Massachusetts -- 1813. Allen, William, 1784-1868 1813-01-01
A sermon, preached before His Excellency, James Sullivan, Esq., governor; His Honor, Levi Lincoln, Esq., lieutenant-governor; the honourable Council, and both branches of the legislature of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. On the day of general election, May 25th, 1808. By Thomas Allen, A.M. Minister of the Congregational Church in Pittsfield. Election sermons -- Massachusetts -- 1808. Allen, Thomas, 1743-1810 1808-01-01
A sermon, preached before Union Lodge, in Dorchester; on the festival of St. John the Baptist, June 24, A.L. 5807. By the Rev. and right worshipful brother Thaddeus Mason Harris, minister of Dorchester. [ Two lines in Latin from Cicero] Sermons -- 1807. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1807-01-01
A sermon, preached before the African Society, on the 14th of July 1810, the anniversary of the abolition of the slave trade. By John S.J. Gardiner, A.M. Rector of Trinity Church. Sermons -- 1810. Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830 1810-01-01
A sermon, preached before the Antient and Honourable Artillery Company, in Boston, June 3, 1805, at the anniversary of their election of officers. By Thaddeus Mason Harris, minister of Dorchester. [One line from Vegetius]. Artillery election sermons -- 1805.; Anniversary sermons -- 1805.; Wrappers (Binding). Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1805-01-01
A sermon, preached before the Auxiliary Society for Promoting Good Morals, and the Female Charitable Society of Williamstown, June 7, 1815, by William Allen, Minister of the First Church in Pittsfield. Published by request of those societies. Sermons -- 1815.; Authors' presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Allen, William, 1784-1868 1815-01-01
A sermon, preached before the Bible and Common Prayer Book Society of New-York, in Trinity Church, March 1, 1812. By Nathaniel Bowen, A.M. Rector of Grace Church, New-York. Published at the request of the Society. Sermons -- 1812. Bowen, Nathaniel, 1779-1839 1812-01-01
A sermon, preached before the Massachusetts Missionary Society, at their annual meeting in Boston, May 27, 1806. By Joseph Barker, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Middleborough. Sermons -- 1806.; Printers' advertisements -- Massachusetts -- Salem. Barker, Joseph, 1751-1815 1806-01-01
A sermon, preached before the North Church and Society in Salem, Oct. 16, 1814 [microform] on the death of their pastor, the Rev. Thomas Barnard, who died Oct. 1, 1814 ... by John Prince. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Prince, John, 1751-1836 1814-01-01
A sermon, preached before the North Church and Society in Salem, October 16, 1814 [microform] on the death of their pastor, the Rev. Thomas Barnard, D.D., who died Oct. 1, 1814 in the sixty-seventh year of his age by John Prince. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Prince, John, 1751-1836 1814-01-01
A sermon, preached before the annual convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the commonwealth of Massachusetts, at St. Paul's Church, Newburyport, November 19, 1817. By the Reverend Thomas Carlile, A.M. Rector of St. Peter's Church--Salem. Sermons -- 1817.; Wrappers (Binding).; Ornate types (Type evidence). Carlile, Thomas, 1792-1824 1818-01-01
A sermon, preached in Ashford, Eastford Society, at the funeral of Mr. John Work Judson, April 18th, 1811 [microform] by Moses C. Welch. Funeral sermons -- 1811. Welch, Moses C. (Moses Cook), 1754-1824 1811-01-01
A sermon, preached in Bolton, December 30, 1802, at the funeral of Rev. Phineas Wright, pastor of the church in that town. By Moses Adams, A.M. minister of Acton. To which is added, the character of the deceased, by the Rev. Daniel Chaplin, of Groton. Together with a relation of the circumstances attending the death of Mr. Wright. Subjoined at the particular request of the people late of his charge. Funeral sermons -- 1803. Adams, Moses, 1749-1819 1803-01-01
A sermon, preached in Boston, April 5, 1810, the day of the public fast. By William Ellery Channing, Pastor of the Church in Federal Street. Published at the request of the heareres. Fast day sermons -- 1810.; Library copies (Provenance). Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842 1810-01-01
A sermon, preached in Bradford, New Hampshire, on the 6th day of March, 1805, at the ordination of the Rev. Lemuel Bliss [microform] and again in Oxford, Massachusetts, on the 27th day of the same month, at the ordination of the Rev. Josiah Moulton by Benjamin Wood. Ordination sermons -- 1805. Wood, Benjamin, 1772-1849 1805-01-01
A sermon, preached in Camden, at the ordination of the Rev. Thomas Cochran, to the pastoral care of the Church of Christ in said town, Sept. 11, 1805 [microform] by Hezekiah Packard. Ordination sermons -- 1805. Packard, Hezekiah, 1761-1849 1805-01-01
A sermon, preached in Cape Elisabeth, July 15, 1801 [microform] at the ordination of the Rev'd. William Gregg, to the pastoral office in that town by James Miltimore. Ordination sermons -- 1801. Miltimore, James, 1755-1836 1801-01-01
A sermon, preached in Chazy, (N.Y.) October 18, 1808; at the funeral of Capt. John Douglass, who departed this life, Sabbath, Oct. 16. By the Rev. Joel Byington, Pastor of the Presbyterian Congregational Church, in that place. Printed by the request of the mourners. Funeral sermons -- 1808.; Illegible markings (Provenance). Byington, Joel 1810-01-01
A sermon, preached in Durham, at the ordination of the Rev. Federal Burt, June 18, 1817. By Joshua Bates, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Dedham. Ordination sermons -- 1817.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854 1817-01-01
A sermon, preached in Falmouth, June 29, 1803, at the ordination of the Rev'd William Miltimore, to the pastoral office in the first church, in that town by James Miltimore. Ordination sermons -- 1803. Miltimore, James, 1755-1836 1803-01-01
A sermon, preached in Gorham--November 16, 1803, at the ordination of the Rev. Jeremiah Noyes, to the pastoral office in that town [microform] by James Miltimore. Ordination sermons -- 1803. Miltimore, James, 1755-1836 1804-01-01
A sermon, preached in Mansfield ... at the funeral of Miss Mary Juliana Salter ... [microform] by Moses C. Welch. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Welch, Moses C. (Moses Cook), 1754-1824 1810-01-01
A sermon, preached in Providence, at the ordination of the Rev. Henry Edes, A.M. [microform] July 17, A.D. 1805 by John Eliot. Ordination sermons -- 1805. Eliot, John, 1754-1813 1805-01-01
A sermon, preached in Randolph, June 3, 1801, at the ordination of the Rev. Tilton Eastman John Smith. Ordination sermons -- 1801. Smith, John, 1752-1809 1801-01-01
A sermon, preached in St. James' Church, New-London, at the funeral of the Rev. William Green [microform] who died December 26th, A.D. 1801, æt. 30 years by Charles Seabury. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Seabury, Charles, 1770-1844 1802-01-01
A sermon, preached in Worcester, Massachusetts, on the occasion of the special fast, July 23d, 1812. By Samuel Austin, D.D. Published from the press, by the desire of some who heard it, and liked it, by the desire of some who heard it, and did not like it, and by the desire of others who did not hear it, but imagine they should not have liked it, if they had. Fast day sermons -- 1812 July 23.; Authors' presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Austin, Samuel, 1760-1830 1812-01-01
A sermon, preached in the Presbyterian Church, in Beekman-Street, New-York, on Wednesday, August 8, 1810, at the ordination and installation of the Rev. Gardiner Spring, as pastor of said church [microform] by Philip Milledoler to which are added, the charge to the minister, and the exhortation to the people, the whole published at the request of the session of that church. Ordination sermons -- 1810.; Installation sermons -- 1810. Milledoler, Philip, 1775-1852 1810-01-01
A sermon, preached in the audience of His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq., governor, the other members of the Executive, and the honorable legislature of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, on the anniversary election, May 29, 1805. By John Allyn, Congregational minister of Duxborough. Election sermons -- Massachusetts -- 1805. Allyn, John, 1767-1833 1805-01-01
A sermon, preached in the town of Galway, on the danger and possibility of falling from grace. By E.C. [i.e., Eber Cowles] Minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church. [One line from 1 Corinthians] Sermons -- 1816.; Wrappers (Binding). Cowles, Eber 1816-01-01
A sermon, preached on Sunday, the third of April, at the funeral of Mrs. Fanny Lame Fleury, wife of Thomas Melvill, Jun., Esq. who died in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, April 1, 1814, aged 32 years. Funeral sermons -- 1814.; Obituaries.; Poems -- 1814.; Authors' presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Allen, William, 1784-1868 1814-01-01
A sermon, preached on occasion of the death of the Rev. Henry Pattillo, to his former congregations, in Granville County, North Carolina; October 11th, 1801. By the Rev. Drury Lacy. Funeral sermons -- 1801. Lacy, Drury 1803-01-01
A sermon, preached on the annual Thanksgiving in Massachusetts. November 27, 1800. By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. pastor of the church in Franklin. Thanksgiving sermons -- 1800 Nov. 27. Emmons, Nathanael, 1745-1840 1801-01-01
A sermon, preached, December 10, 1800, at the ordination of the Reverend Otis Lane to the pastoral care of the church and society in Sturbridge. By Abiel Holmes, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Ordination sermons -- 1800.; Wrappers (Binding). Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1801-01-01
A sermon, preached, Feb. 26, 1817, at the ordination of the Rev. Rufus Hurlbut, to the pastoral office in the church at Sudbury. By Joshua Bates, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Dedham. Ordination sermons -- 1817.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854 1817-01-01
A sermon, preached, January 11, 1804. At the ordination of the Rev. James Thompson, to the pastoral care of the church in Barre. By Joshua Bates, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Dedham. Ordination sermons -- 1804. Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854 1804-01-01
A sermon, preached, June 22, 1809, at the dedication of a new house of worship, in Brighton, by John Foster, A.M. Minister of the society in that town. Dedication sermons -- 1809. Foster, John, 1763-1829 1809-01-01
A sermon, preached, May 3d, 1816; at the ordination and installation of the Rev. Miles P. Squier, as Pastor of the First Presbyterian Congregation of Buffalo. By Henry Axtell, Pastor of the Presbyterian Congregation, of Geneva, N.Y. Ordination sermons -- 1816.; Installation sermons -- 1816. Axtell, Henry, 1773-1849 1816-01-01
A sermon, shewing, that eternal life is God's free gift, bestowed upon all men who obey the Gospel. And that free grace and free will concur, in the affair of man's salvation. By John Beach, A.M. Sermons -- 1745. Beach, John, 1700-1782 1806-01-01
A sermon. Sermons -- 1816. Camp, John, 1753-1821 1816-01-01
A sermon. Delivered at the institution of the Rev. G.W. Olney, in the Protestant Episcopal Church, in Gardiner, Maine, Wednesday, November 19th, 1817. By Charles Burroughs, A.M. Rector of St. John's Church, Portsmouth, N.H. Printed at the request of the wardens and vestry. Installation sermons -- 1817.; Wrappers (Binding). Burroughs, Charles, 1787-1868 1817-01-01
A short account of the life and death of the Rev. John Lee, a Methodist minister in the United States of America. By Jesse Lee. [Three lines from Proverbs] Biographies.; Marbled papers (Binding).; Leather bindings (Binding).; Stained leather (Binding).; Gold tooled leather (Binding).; Dentelle bindings (Binding).; Lettering pieces (Binding).; Owners' verses (Provenance).; Illegible markings (Provenance).; Personalized bindings (Binding).; Initials (Provenance). Lee, Jesse, 1758-1816 1805-01-01
A short account of the voyages, travels and adventures of John Benson; comprising seven voyages to different parts of the world; interspersed with anecdotes and observations upon men and manners. Written by himself. [One line in Latin] Travel literature.; Poems -- 1820.; Hymns.; Subscribers' lists.; Quarter bindings (Binding).; Marbled papers (Binding).; Lettering pieces (Binding).; Gold tooled leather (Binding). Benson, John, 1744-1818 1820-01-01
A short enquiry why death is appointed to men in general, and why to good men as well as to others. A sermon, delivered at the funeral of the Rev. Levi Hart, D.D. Pastor of the church in the Second Society of Preston, who died October 27, 1808, aged 70 years. By Joel Benedict, D.D. Pastor of a church in Plainfield. Published by request. Funeral sermons -- 1808.; Hymns. Benedict, Joel, 1745-1816 1809-01-01
A short history of Algiers, with a concise view of the origin of the rupture between Algiers and the United States. To which is added, a copious appendix: containing letters from Captains Penrose, M'Shane, and sundry other American captives, with a description of the treatment those prisoners experienced. Captivity narratives.; Poems -- 1805.; Quarter bindings (Binding).; Marbled papers (Binding). Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839 1805-01-01
A short poem containing a descant on the universal plan also, The prosperity and death of the rich man spoken of in St. Luke's Gospel, chap. XVI [microform] by John Peck to which is added, Universalism a very ancient doctrine with some account of its author a sermon delivered at Rutland, by Lemuel Haynes. Sermons -- 1805.; Poems -- 1814. Peck, John, 1735-1812 1814-01-01
A short stop ... The most economical potato parer, slicer and apple corer ever invented one give away to every opurchaser on Saturday to introduce our new crop teas, pure coffees and A & P powder baking ... The Gt. A & P Tea Co., 92 Court St., Boston. 20 Eliot St., Boston. 1078 Tremont ST., Boston. 109 Meridan St., E. Boston. 326 Broadway, Chelsea. 305 W Broadway S. Boston. The best value ever offered. n/a n/a 1888-01-01
A simple tribute of affection to the memory of one most dear to my heart. By Mrs. M.L. Pond. Broadsides.; Elegies.; Amateur books (Publishing). Pond, M. L. (Minerva L.), 1807-1858 1849-01-01
A soiree musicale will be given by Mrs. Long, with a number of her pupils at Hallett, Davis & Co's piano forte rooms, Thursday evening, March 30, 1865 ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
A song for our banner ... To [Alfred Tewksbury] by [Maria A Gove] teacher. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A specialty of lettering and comic work, for advertising purposes. Kendalls Spavin Cure. Chas. H. Andrus, artist. Enosburgh Falls, Vermont ... Advertising cards. Andrus, Charles Hardin, 1852-1924 1870-01-01
A substitute soap Boraxine ... The Larkin Soap Mfg. Co. Buffalo, N.Y. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A summary of the duty of a Gospel minister, to testify the Gospel of the grace of God [microform] a sermon at the ordination of the Rev. Shubael Bartlett, to the pastoral care of the Second Church in East Windsor, Feb. 15, 1804 by Zebulon Ely. Ordination sermons -- 1804. Ely, Zebulon, 1759-1824 1804-01-01
A testimony from the Monthly Meeting of Friends of Carmarthenshire and Glamorganshire, concerning Job Thomas, late of Pentwain, in the said county of Carmarthen, deceased. n/a n/a 1808-01-01
A thanksgiving discourse, delivered at Chester, New-Hampshire, November 15, 1804. Being the day of annual thanksgiving. By Nathan Bradstreet, A.M. Pastor of the Congregational Church in Chester. Published by desire. Thanksgiving sermons -- 1804 Nov. 15. Bradstreet, Nathan, 1770-1827 1805-01-01
A thanksgiving sermon, preached January 1, 1808, in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal, Church, Philadelphia: on account of the abolition of the African slave trade, on that day, by the Congress of the United States. By Absalom Jones, rector of the said church. Thanksgiving sermons -- 1808 Jan. 1.; Hymns. Jones, Absalom, 1746-1818 1808-01-01
A thanksgiving sermon: delivered before the Congregational Society, in Berkley, December 1, 1808. By Rev. Thomas Andros, A.M. [One line from Psalms]. Thanksgiving sermons -- 1808 Dec. 1.; Authors' presentation copies (Provenance). Andros, Thomas, 1759-1845 1809-01-01
A ticket of esteem approbation This certifies that [Maria F. Rice] by diligence & attention to h[er] studies merits my approbation [Onslow Peters] inst. n/a n/a 1856-01-01
A token of esteem Reward of merit ... This certifies that [blank] by diligence and good behaviour merits the approabtion of [blank] instructor[blank]. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A token of esteem Reward of merit. Reward of merit. This certifies that [illegible] diligence and good behaviour merits the approbation of [his] instructor [M. Day]. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A token of esteem approbation reward of merit this certifies that [LP Bixby] by diligence and good behaviour merits the approbation of [his] instructor. [S.A. Aldrich.] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A token of esteem approbation reward of merit this certifies that [Maria F Rice] by diligence and good behaviour merits the approbation of [her] instructor. [L. Warren]. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A token of esteem approbation reward of merit this certifies that [Miss C.F. Everett] by diligence and good behaviour merits the approbation of [her] instructor. [A.R. Bucknam ; Cornelia Workman] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A token of esteem approbation this certifies that [Alva S. Wood] by diligence & attention to h[is] studies, merits my approbation, [S. Tompson] inst. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A token of esteem approbation this certifies that [Joseph Chapen] by diligence & attention to h[er] studies, merits my approbation, [Wm. M. Barrett] inst. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A token of esteem approbation this certifies that [Wm. Gray] by diligence & attention to h[is] studies merits my approbation [J.H.K.] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A token of esteem reward of merit this certifies that [Julius Smith] by diligence and good behaviour, merits the approbation of [his friend] instructor, [& friend] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A token of esteem this certifies that [Miss Sarah Bliss] by diligence and good behaviour, merits the approbation of [E.A. Hubbard] inst. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A token of esteem this certifies that [Mr. Rodney W. Torrey] by diligence and good behaviour, merits the approbation of [Rosina P. Whitman] inst. [Windsor July 23, 1861.] n/a n/a 1861-01-01
A token of honor. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A token of honor. [Carrie H. Rice] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A token to prove your teachers love. [Jennie E. Rice from her teacher Carrie R. Weed] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
A treatise of the law relative to merchant ships and seamen: in four parts: I. Of the owners of merchant ships; II. Of the persons employed in the navigation thereof; III. Of the carriage of goods therein; IV. Of the wages of merchant seamen. By the Rt. Hon. Charles Abbott, of the Inner Temple: barrister at law: and speaker of the House of Commons. Enlarged with an addenda relative to some laws and customs of the United States. Subscribers' lists.; Leather bindings (Binding).; Stained leather (Binding).; Lettering pieces (Binding).; Gold tooled leather (Binding).; Fillet tools (Binding). Abbott, Charles, Baron Tenterden, 1762-1832 1802-01-01
A trial of the large organ just completed for the parish of St.John, Troy, N.Y., will take place at the Organ Manufactory of Simmon & Co, (corner of Charles and Cambridge Streets) on Saturday evening, April 28, ... Henry S. Cutler, B.F. Leavens. ... Invitations. Cutler, H. S. (Henry Stephen), 1825-1902 1855-01-01
A tribute of filial respect, to the memory of his mother, in a discourse, delivered at Dorchester, Feb. 8, 1801, the Lord's day after her decease: by Thaddeus Mason Harris. Funeral sermons -- 1801.; Poems -- 1801. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1801-01-01
A tribute to the memory of Frank Eugene Converse, aged 17 years, who was assassinated in the Bank of Malden, December 15th, 1863. Broadsides.; Elegies. Davidson, John, 1840-1908 1863-01-01
A valedictory discourse, delivered at the South Church in Portsmouth, Newhampshire, XI August, MDCCCV. By Timothy Alden, Junior, collegiate pastor with the Reverend Samuel Haven, D.D. Affectionately inscribed to the Church and Congregation of the South Parish in Portsmouth, with the desire that it may be instrumental in cherishing that harmony and love, which have ever subsisted between them and the author. Farewell sermons -- 1824. Alden, Timothy, 1771-1839 1805-01-01
A valedictory sermon on leaving the Old Meeting House in the First Parish in Dorchester, 1st December, 1816; and a dedicatory sermon on entering the new house of worship, the next day. By Thaddeus Mason Harris, D.D. Published by a vote of the parish. Hymns.; Wrappers (Binding).; Dedication sermons -- 1817. Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1817-01-01
A variety of patent & hand presses of latest construction ... Every variety of plain & ornamental printing, executed with neatness and despatch at reasonable prices. Office, Fourth St. below Chestnut, Philadelphia ... Advertising cards. Evans, Howell 1850-01-01
A vastly remarkable conversion. A reason of the hope of Jonathan Plummer, written by himself: and an ode of his composition. Broadsides.; Sermons -- 1818.; Songs. Plummer, Jonathan, 1761-1819 1818-01-01
A very surprising narrative of a young woman, who was discovered in a cave, after having been taken by the Indians, in the year 1777, and seeing no human being for the space of nine years. In a letter from a gentleman to his friend. [One line of quotation] Captivity narratives. Panther, Abraham 1806-01-01
A very surprising narrative, of a young woman, discovered in a rocky-cave; after having been taken by the savage Indians, of the wilderness; in the year 1777. And seeing no human being for the space of nine years. In a letter from a gentleman to his friend. Captivity narratives.; Wrappers (Binding).; Bookplates (Provenance). Panther, Abraham 1814-01-01
A view in Mont Alto Park, Mont Alto, Pa. The finest picnic ground in the country ... Geo. B. Wiestling, Supt. Mont Alto R.R. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A view of the soil and climate of the United States of America: with supplementary remarks upon Florida; on the French colonies on the Mississippi and Ohio, and in Canada; and on the aboriginal tribes of America. By C.F. Volney, member of the Conservative Senate, &c. &c. Translated, with occasional remarks, by C.B. Brown. With maps and plates. Maps -- North America.; Maps -- United States.; Intaglio prints.; Leather bindings (Binding).; Stained leather (Binding).; Gold tooled leather (Binding).; Fillet tools (Binding).; Dentelle bindings (Binding).; Lettering pieces (Binding).; Marbled edges (Binding).; Binding errors (Binding). Volney, C.-F. (Constantin-François), 1757-1820 1804-01-01
A virtuous woman [microform] the bond of domestic union, and source of domestic happiness, considered in a sermon, delivered at Lyme, Jan. 6, 1802, at the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Griswold, wife of Deacon John Griswold, who died January 4th, aged 54 years by William Lyman. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Lyman, William, 1764-1833 1802-01-01
A vocal concert will be given by the choirs of Rev. N. Hall's and Rev. J. Means's Churches ... In Lyceum Hall, - Dorchester, on Monday evening, March 16, 1863 ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
A vocal concert, will be given for the benefit of the New England Rooms, New York, in Lyceum Hall,--Dorchester, on Friday evening, March 27th, 1863 ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
A voyage to Abyssinia, and travels into the interior of that country, executed under the orders of the British government, in the years 1809 and 1810; in which are included, an account of the Portuguese settlements on the east coast of Africa, visited in the course of the voyage; a concise narrative of late events in Arabia Felix; and some particulars respectings the aboriginal African tribes, extending from Mosambique to the borders of Egypt; together with vocabularies of their respective languages. Illustrated with a map of Abyssinia. By Henry Salt, Esq. F.R.S. &c. [Three lines in Latin from Ernest, Duke of Saxony] Maps -- Africa, Eastern.; Relief prints.; Intaglio prints.; Boards (Binding).; Paper labels (Binding). Salt, Henry, 1780-1827 1816-01-01
A year ago ... rely on Parker's Tonic. Cures coughs, consumption, asthma. By rejuvenating the blood. ... 1883. ... Hiscox & Co. ... New York. ... n/a n/a 1883-01-01
A-Corn Salve knocks the toe corn. A-Corn Salve will remove corns and bunions in 2 or 3 applications without pain. ... Giant Chemical Co. Philadelphia. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A. & G.H. Wells, house, sign and ornamental painters, (Myers & Bailey's building,) Franklin Square, Norwich, Conn. ... n/a n/a 1840-01-01
A. Bowen engraver Devonshire Street Boston. Copper plate printing. ... All kinds of book and job printing ... Henry Bowen ... Advertising cards. Bowen, Abel, 1790-1850 1818-01-01
A. Bowen engraver Devonshire Street Boston. Copper plate printing. ... All kinds of book and job printing ... by Henry Bowen ... Advertising cards. Bowen, Abel, 1790-1850 1818-01-01
A. Bowen, engraver on wood. For information apply at the Columbian Museum, Tremont Street, Boston. Advertising cards. Bowen, Abel, 1790-1850 1812-01-01
A. Boyden & Co. manufacturers, wholesale and retail dealers in cottage chamber furniture ... Albany Street, Boston [1856] ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
A. Dickinson miniature painter no. 158 Broad-Way New York. Advertising cards. Dickinson, Anson, 1779-1852 1820-01-01
A. Heaton. Gun Maker 214 Greenwich Street ... New York. Advertising cards. Heaton, Aaron 1825-01-01
A. Hoen & Co. Lithographers engravers and printers. Established 1835 ... Baltimore. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A. O. Dickey, Operative Dentist ... Advertising cards. Dickey, A. O 1845-01-01
A. Stavrides, proprietor. ... Alexander the bon-bonniere ... Boston. Advertising cards. Stavrides, A 1870-01-01
A.B. & S.W. Skinner, at the new museum, opp. court house, Keene, N.H. Weather warnings. Received daily at 7:30 a.m. from Washington. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A.B. Chase Organ Co. Norwalk, O., U.S.A. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A.B. Dickinson, of SMiths Hotel, Hillsdale, Mich. Frank H. Carr. Late cashier Boody House, Toledo, Ohio. The Brunswick, Detroit, Mich. Street cars leave central depot for the hotel every 6 minutes. Dickinson & Carr, proprietors. Strictly first class in all appointments. Cor. State & Griswold Sts. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A.B. Harris & Co. Plain and ornamental job & card printers. P.O. Box 503, Springfield, Mass. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A.B. Medbery (successor to Medbery & Ross) screw and clamp manufacturer ... East Windsor, Berkshire County, Mass. Advertising cards. Medberry, A. B 1870-01-01
A.B. Smith & Co. Pianos 71 Merrimack Street Haverhill, Mass. 78 State Street Newburyport, Mass. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A.C. Yates & Co. The popular clothiers of Phila. Ledger Building, 6th & Chest. Sts. View of Fairmount Park from Belmont. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A.D. Atkinson, proprietor. The Lexington. American and European plans. Twelfth and Main Streets, Richmond, Va. American plan $2.50 to $4.00. European plan $1.00 and upwards. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A.E. Swartout, one price c.o.d. Clothier gents' furnishing goods. 75 Genesee St., Auburn, N.Y. Fire alarm stations. (Adopted April 1, 1883.) ... Advertising cards. Swartout, A. E 1883-01-01
A.F. Ross & Co. ... 37, 39 & 41 Water St. Newburyport, Mass. ... Teas, coffees, spices, cream tartar, tobaccos ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A.J. Nutting & Co. Clothiers for the whole family from hat to shoe ready to wear and to order. Corner Fulton & Smith Streets, Brooklyn, New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A.J. Plate & Co. guns, fishing, tackle and society goods, 418 & 420 Market Street San Francisco. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A.J. Reynolds, copper plate printer; 149 Pearl Street near the Coffee House New York. Advertising cards. Reynolds, A. G 1790-01-01
A.R. Conary, dealer in West India goods, boots, shoes & rubbers, corn, meal, etc. ... Blue Hill Falls, -- Maine. ... Advertising cards. Conary, A. R 1850-01-01
A.S.T. Co. ... Is the trade mark of the American Shoe Tip Co. ... Hirshberg & Samuels ... Hartford, -- Conn. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A.S.T. Co. ... Is the trade mark of the American Shoe Tip Co. ... J.A. Buzzell ... Bangor, -- Maine. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A.S.T. Co. ... Is the trade mark of the American Shoe Tip Co. ... Long's Albany Shoe Store ... Glen Falls, --- N.Y. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
A.W. Thompson, no. 7 Middle St., Newburyport, Mass. Eating and oyster house. Advertising cards. Thompson, A. W 1870-01-01
Aaron Fitz, saddler, harness, & trunk ma[illegible] ... makes all kinds of saddles, bridles ... 1807. Advertising cards. Fitz, Aaron, b. 1778 1807-01-01
Abraham Bazin, at store no. [1], Cambridge-Street -- Boston ... a general assortment of hard-ware goods, looking-glasses ... [July 27th 1805] ... Advertising cards. Bazin, Abraham 1805-01-01
Abraham Bazin, at store no. [3] Cambridge-Street -- Boston ... a general assortment of hard-ware goods, looking-glasses ... [April 29 1806] ... Advertising cards. Bazin, Abraham 1806-01-01
Abraham Bazin, no. 16 Cornhill, Boston ... a general assortment of hard-ware goods, looking glasses, &c. ... [August 22 1800] Advertising cards. Bazin, Abraham 1800-01-01
Abraham Lincoln. Born in Kentucky February 12th 1809 ... C.M. Barnes, dealer in hats, caps, furs, robes, etc., West First St. Oswego N.Y. Advertising cards. Barnes, C. M 1881-01-01
Abraham Lincoln. Born, July [i.e., Feb.] 12, 1809--Died, April 15, 1865. n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Academy Hall, Millbury. Grand concert of the Worcester Musical Association, under the direction of E.S. Nason, on Monday evening, May 15, 1854. Programme. ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Academy Hall--Henniker, Wednesday evening. Aug. 24. Watson family are coming ... Home talent ... Sleeping in the air ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Academy of Music ... Decided triumph! Of the talented young tragedian, Edwin Adams ... Thursday eve'ng, Nov. 19, [1868] the Adams specialty, The dead heart! ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music ... Decided triumph! Of the talented young tragedian, Edwin Adams. ... Saturday evening, Nov. 21, '68 positively last appearance of Edwin Adams and The Athenæum Company! The drunkard! ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music ... Friday Evening, Nov. 8th, 1861 ... Saturday afternoon, Nov. 9th, Grand matinee! ... On Sunday evening, Nov. 10th, A grand sacred concert! ... Twenty-first appearance in five years of Edwin Forrest. Fourth time in five years of Dr.Bird's celebrated tragedy of the Gladiator! ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Academy of Music ... Immense attraction! ... Thursday evening, Jan. 28th. [1869] Mr. & Mrs. Barney Williams the great comedians ... The performance will commence with the original legendary drama and fairy spectacle ... entitled the Fairy circle! Or, Con O'Carolan's dream. ... To conclude with the roaring comedietta, entitled Latest from New York ... Orchestra furnished by Brown & Reeves. n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Academy of Music ... Monday night, Dec. 21st, 1868. The great Irish drama, Arrah na pouge, or the Wicklow wedding ... To conclude with the roaring farce of the Stage-struck yankee. ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music ... Positively the last week but one of Edwin Forrest! ... Friday evening, November 15th, 1861, will be performed ... Indian tragedy ... entitled Metamora! The last of the Wampanoags ... Saturday afternoon, Nov. 16th ... The only Forrest matinee! ... On Sunday evening, Nov. 17th. A grand sacred concert! ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Academy of Music ... The popular American actor and general favorite, E.L. Davenport assited by Mrs. E.L. Davenport and the Boston Company. ... Thursday evening, Dec. 3, 1868, Shakspeare's tragedy, Richard 3d, or, The battle of Bosworth Field. ... To conclude with the roaring farce of the Limerick boy. n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music ... Till further notice, the great London drama, After dark ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Academy of Music ... Will be presented ... The whiteboy .... to conclude with ... Jenny Lind ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Academy of Music Providence. ... During the drama, The barn door jig by Oiny Farrell and Katy Walsh. Monday and Tuesday evenings, Nov. 2 & 3 [1868], will be presented the famous drama of Arrah-na-pogue or, The Wicklow wedding. ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music Providence. Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 23 & 24. Mr. J.B. Booth has pleasure in announcing that he has fortunantely secured the celebrated Mrs.Scott-Siddons... Monday evening, Nov. 23, 1868, Shakspeare's tragedy of Romeo and Juliet ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music at Lancaster Hall! ... First appearance of Mr. John Murray, who will appear in his favorite character of Seth Swap! ... Monday evening, April 15th, 1865. The peformance will commence with the inimitable drama ... Yankee in Cuba, or Miraldy! ... Dance--Mr. H.F. Stone. To conclude with the beautiful comedy entitled The maid with the milking pail. ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Academy of Music one week only Theatre Comique from Boston ... Programme for this evening ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Academy of Music! ... Female brigand or, A life's revenge! .... To conclude with ... Rafaelle the reprobate ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Academy of Music! ... John Murray! And J.M. Ward! Will appear for two nights only ... First appearance of Miss Anita L. Harris. Monday evening, Nov. 16th, 1868, the performances will commence with the celebrated play ... entitled The chimney corner. ... Overture. ... To conclude with ... Irish assurance and Yankee modesty. ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music! ... Lonely man of the ocean! Observe the following distribution and synopsis. ... To conclude, on Monday, [1868] with the laughable farce, entitled The Toodles ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music! ... New York's favorite actress the beautiful and accomplished Miss Agnes Ethel! ... Dec. 31, 1872 ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Academy of Music! ... This evening, Friday, Aug. 3d, 1860. Grand complimentary benefit to professor Anderson! ... The great successful grand operatic drama of Rob Roy ... Between the 2d and 3d acts will be competition for prizes! In dancing the Highland fling. ... Mr. Aynsley Cook will introduce his original and most celebrated song, "Simon the cellarer." Favorite ballad--Mr. Brookhouse Bowler. Scotch comic song, "Up with the Kiltics,"--Mr. T.F. Young ... Highland fling--Miss Eliza Anderson, Sword-dance--Mr. Dwar ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Academy of Music, Providence. ... First night of Laura Keene and her New York Company! ... Monday evening, Sept. 28, 1868 ... Our American cousin. ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music, Providence. ... Last night of Laura Keene and her New York Comp'ny ... Tuesday evening, Sept. 29, 1688 [sic 1868], the beautiful three-act play entitled A woman's secret! ... To conclude with the pleasing farce entitled Turn him out! ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music, Providence. ... On Tuesday evening, February 16th, 1869, will be presented the famous drama entitled The streets of New York ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Academy of Music, Providence. ... Second and last night but one of the favorite American actor, Mr. E.L. Davenport who will be assisted by Mrs. E.L. Davenport and the Boston Company! ... Friday evening, Dec. 4th, 1868, first time here, an entirely new romantic sensation drama, in 5 acts, entitled "F", or, Branded! ... To conclude with the laughable farce of Dodging for a wife! ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music, Providence. ... Tuesday evening, Nov. 24, 68. Second and last appeartance of the remarkably beautiful and talented young enlish elocutionary and dramatic artiste Mrs.Scott-Siddons ... Shakspere's exquisite comedy of As you like it ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music, Providence. ... Wednesday ev'ng, Nov. 18. Positively four nights only, of the celebrated tragedian, Edwin Adams who will appear this evening ... in the exciting drama ... The heretic ... To conclude with the touching nautical drama, in 2 acts, entitled Black eyed Susan! ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music--Boston ... Italian opera season of the associated artists. ... March 12 [1863?] n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Academy of Music. .. The manager is happy to announce an engagement with the distinguished author and comedian, John Brougham! December 7, 1868 ... in his great sensational drama in 5 acts ... entitled the Lottery of Life, a story of New York. ... Mr. Brougham will be supported by a complete first-class dramatic company from New York. ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music. ... Brilliant success of the distinguished author and comedian, Mr. John Brougham ... In his great dramatic satire, upon the vices, follies, and sensations of the present times, entitled the Lottery of life! Which will be presented this Tuesday even'g, Dec. 8 [1868] and every evening during the week ... Brown & Reeves' full orchestra will furnish music. n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music. ... Friday, (Christmas day & evening,) Dec. 25. [1868] ... In the evening, ther performance will commence with the popular holiday drama of the Cricket on the hearth! ... Selections by Brown & Reeves' Orchestra. The whole to conclude with the sketches in India! ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music. ... Jarrett & Palmer's grand Viennoise ballet troupe ... This Saturday, May 2, [1868] ... Mons. Lupo the greatest living male dancer. Mr. Brookhouse Bowler, the eminent English tenor. Miss Annie Kemp, the superb ballad and operatic vocalist. Napier Lothian ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music. ... Last appearance. Edwin Forrest ... Tuesday evening, Jan. 26st, 1869, will be performed the romantic Indian tragedy, entitled Metamora: or, the Last of the Wampanoags. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Academy of Music. ... March 19, '73 annual benefit of Miss Lilly Vining Davenport ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Academy of Music. ... Messrs. Murray and Ward and their popular company ... will give their celebrated rendition of ... The ticket of leave man. ... Tuesday evening, Nov. 17, 1868 ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music. ... Monday evening, December 7, [1868] and every evening during the week, also, Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr. John Brougham, ... In this great dramatic satire upon the vices, follies, and sensations of the present times, entitled the Lottery of life! ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music. ... Nobody's daughter ... This company will return here Monday, Feb. 8th [1869] ... producing ... The Lancashire lass. n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Academy of Music. ... Positively last night of the great public favorite, Miss Maggie Mitchell! Supported by Mr. James W. Collier ... Wednesday ev'ng, Oct. 7, 1868 ... Lorle! The tiny belle of the Canton. ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music. ... Postively last night of the great public favorite Miss Maggie Mitchell supported by Mr. James W. Collier ... This (Wednesday) ev'ng, Oct. 7, 1868 ... Lorle the tiny belle of the Canton. ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music. ... The management take great pleasure in announcing that ... Mr. John Murray! ... Will make his re-appearence ... September 9th, 1868. ... Mr. J.M. Ward ... will give the celebrated recitation, entitled Shamus O'Brien! Or, The bold boy of Glen Gall! ... The entertainment will commence with the beautiful five act, drama, entitled Grimaldi! Or, The little street singer. ... To be followed by the celebrated recitation ... To conclude with the world-renowned Irish specialty, entitled Irish immigrant! ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music. Providence. ... Friday evn'g Nov. 6, 1868 De Walden's brilliant 5 act comedy, Sam ... Saturday even'g, Nov. 7, Dr. Walden's new comedy in 4 acts, entitled Joe. ... The performance will conclude with the favorite comedietta in one act, entitled The widow's victim! ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music. Providence. ... The great London sensation drama! ... The lonely man of the ocean! ... On Tuesday evening, Nov. 10th, [1868] last time ... To conclude, on Tuesday, with the laughable farce of Paddy Miles' boy ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of Music. Providence. ... This Thursday evening, Sept. 24th, [1868] ... Foul play or, Saved from death! Dramatized in a prologue and 5 acts ... Mr. Chas. R. Thorne, Jr. in his original character of Robert Penfold! n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Academy of music ... Tuesday, January 11th, 1859, Grand festival in aid of the St. George's Society ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Accounts of the happy deaths of two young Christians. n/a n/a 1819-01-01
Achert & Co. Springers Building, 119 West Fifth St. Cincinnati. Silver medal, Cincinnati Industrial Exposition. Artistic designing engraving on wood. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ada Tesman's Female Minstrels. Programme for this evening. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Address Flint, Walling & Co., manufacturers of star self-regulating wind engine ... This mill is warranted self-regulating and storm proof. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Address Flint, Walling & Co., manufacturers of star self-regulating wind engine ... This mill is warranted self-regulating and storm proof. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Address of E.B. Ward, of Detroit, delivered before the Manufacturers' National Convention, held at Cleveland, May 27th, 1868. Memorials (Legal). Ward, Eber B., 1811-1875 1868-01-01
Address of the authoress of the Newport female evangelical miscellany, to all the benevolent female associations, in the United States. Prospectuses.; Subscribers' lists. Authoress of the Newport female evangelical miscellany 1813-01-01
Address to the seamen of the U. States, with a petition to Congress for redress of grievances. Broadsides.; Memorials (Legal). McNally, William 1839-01-01
Adelaide Phillips Concert Company. Programme. Part I. ... Mr. Howard M. Dow--pianist and conductor. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Adelphi Theatre Comique ... Friday evening, December 24, 1869. ... Mr.D.L. Morris' original Shakesperian Burlesque, entitled, Richard No.3 ... Or, The teutonic typrant of Squantum. ... The Brennans in their beautiful and carfully called Boquet of melodies. ... To conclude with Lauri's new Christmas pantomime, entitled Ki-ki-ko-ko-oh-ki-key! ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Adelphia Theatre comique ... Thursday evening, January 20, 1870. ... Happy Uncle John ... Champagne and shoo fly ballet! ... To conclude with ... The adventures of Lord Dundreary! ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Adjourned meeting of the citizens. Agreeably to adjournment on the 18th of May instant, an uncommonly numerous and respectable meeting of the citizens of Charleston took place this day at the Circular Church, to receive the report of their committee of seventeen ... n/a n/a 1812-01-01
Admiral Farracut. Free exhibition on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, June 10, 11 & 12. At Miner & Somerville's Art Gallery. 37 Nassau Street, (opposite Post Office.) of elegant paintings, foreign chromos, fine steel plate and colored engravings, rich imported gems. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Admit one. Sir: you are respectfully invited to atend a special exhibition of Mr. Page's Picture of Venus guiding Æneas and the Trojans to the Latin shore, at the galleries of the Boston Athenæum, on Monday, December 12th, from 9 am. to 4 p.m. ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Admit the Bearer and friends to Mr. C. Jerome Hopins' (private,) soiree musicale, at Chickerings' Salon, Washington St., Monday evening, November 24th, 1862. ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Admit the bearer and party, to Mr. C. Jerome Hopkins' organ performance, at Berkeley Street Church, Boston, Tuesday evening, Nov. 25, '62. ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Admit the bearer of the dinner, provided for the Convention of the Congreational Ministers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at Forster's Coffee-House, no. 74, Court-Street, on Thursday, 26th of May, 1819. James Morrill, Alden Bradford, Redford Webster, P.O. Thacher, Committee. Boston, May, 1819. ... Invitations. Morrill, James, 1751-1833 1819-01-01
Adolph Baumbach's musical soiree at Mercantile Hall, on Thursday evening, April the 1st, 1858 ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Adresse des comités Suisses en faveur des esclaves affranchis, et de l'assemblée convoquée à Genève le 29 mars 1866, par le Comité genevois au président et au Congrè des États-unis d'Amérique[.] n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Advantages and means of union in society. A sermon, preached at the anniversary election, in Hartford, May 14th, 1807. By Amos Bassett, A.M. pastor of a church in Hebron. Election sermons -- Connecticut -- Hartford -- 1807.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Bassett, Amos, 1764-1828 1807-01-01
Advantages of puchasing a Haines Bros. piano-forte. It remains longer in tune, they are the most durable pianos ... Interesting statistics. Haines Brothers have had thirty years experience ... What the press say in regard to Haines Bros. ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Advertising rates. The Orange County farmer, Port Jervis, N.Y. Rates per line "agate" 10 cents. ... Special rates on all reading or business notices. The Orange County Farmer is one of the leading agricultural newspapers ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
After harvest with Deering binder. Oh! Why didn't I get a Deering binder. ... Famous Deering twine binder. ... Chicago, Ill. ... Advertising cards. Deering, William 1879-01-01
Ager's domestic yeast ... The Bridgeport Yeast Co., Bridgeport, Connecticut. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Agricultural Hall, international exhibition ... Bird's eye view of centennial exhibition buildings & grounds printed on R. Hoe & Co. steam lithographic printing press ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Ah! This is a lovely fit ... S.D. Sollers & Co. ... Philadelphia. n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Ain't we in clover. The Victor. The best clover huller in the world. Manufactured by the Newark Machine Co. Columbus O. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Akehurst's birthday cards, presents for all occasions, 166 & 168 Genesee, Utica, N.Y. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Albert Ellsworth, manufacturer of soda water, tonic, birch and root beer, and also, superior Belfast giner ale. Choice syrups of every variety. Dealer in Saratoga and other mineral spring water. Bottler of N.Y. & Boston lager. Main Street, - - - Athol, Mass. Advertising cards. Ellsworth, Albert 1870-01-01
Albion Hotel. Palace Street Quebec. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Alexander & Carstairs' wholesale & retail grocery store ... Philadelphia. n/a n/a 1817-01-01
Alexander Parris architect & engineer. Boston. Advertising cards. Parris, Alexander, 1780-1852 1815-01-01
Alexander Selle's refreshment and lager beer saloon no. 15 Main Street, Buffalo, N.Y. Imported and domestic cigars, tobacco, and pipes. And all other smokers' articles of every description. Advertising cards. Selle, Alexander 1875-01-01
Alfred G. Day saddle, harness & trunk manufacturer. Wholesale & retail no. 421 West Baltimore St. ... Baltimore. Advertising cards. Day, Alfred G 1850-01-01
Alfred Welles importer & manufacturer rich London lamps, watches, fine cutlery, plated ware, silver tea sets & spoons, &c. no. 69 Washington Boston. Advertising cards. Welles, Alfred 1827-01-01
Alhambra 616 Broadway ... The best variety entertainment in New York! ... The following talent will appear ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Alhambra Combination ... n/a n/a 1881-01-01
Alhambra Skating Rink. Tuesday even'g, Aug. 1, '82. Grand exhibition of fancy skating by experts from Worcester, Lowell and Providence, among whom is Miss Carrie Gilmore ... n/a n/a 1882-01-01
All agents for vending these pills have a certificate of agency ... this package contains six dozen boxes of Brandeth's vegetable universal pills ... Advertising cards. Brandreth, Benjamin, 1807-1880 1848-01-01
All goods warranted "never to rip" Orr's pantaloon overalls easy fitting pants & working shirts. Manufactured by Sweet, Orr & Co. House estbd. 1871. n/a n/a 1871-01-01
All live oak! ... The A 1 new extreme clipper ship Live Oak ... Wm. T. Coleman & Co., 161 Pearl Street, near Wall. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
All our goods have this trademark ... F. Mayer Boot & Shoe Company. Milwaukee. ... n/a n/a 1877-01-01
All our goods have this trademark ... F. Mayer Boot & Shoe Company. Milwaukee. ... n/a n/a 1877-01-01
All our goods have this trademark ... Just look at these exquisite shoes! ... F. Mayer Boot & Shoe Company, Milwaukee. ... n/a n/a 1877-01-01
All our products guaranteed under all state and federal pure food laws. Dwinell-Wright Co. Boston-Chicago. Principal coffee roasters ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
All this trouble might have been avoided by the use of one fifteen cent box of "Rough on rats." Clears out rats, mice, flies, bed bugs, ants, roache mosquitoes &c. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
All-breezes Summer Resort Block Island. ... Board and lodging $1 a day, and $6 a week. Address, Rev. R.D. Frost. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Allan's fly brick the little giant fly killer, kills all the flies in a room in 2 hours. 10 [cent symbol] will kill more flies, than $10 worth of fly paper. Sold everywhere. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Allan's fly brick, the little giant fly killer, kills all the flies in a room in 2 hours ... no dirt, no litter, no trouble, always ready. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Allan's fly brick, the little giant fly killer, kills all the flies in a room in 2 hours ... no dirt, no litter, no trouble, always ready. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Allen's music rooms. Programme for Friday evening, Dec. 21st, 1855. n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Allen's music rooms. Programme of B.D. Allen's musical soiree, Friday evening, Jan. 9th, 1857. n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Allen's music rooms. Programme of B.D. Allen's musical soiree, Friday evening, Oct. 24th, 1856. n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Allston Hall, Tremont Street, near the common. Second week of the celebrated and original Buckley's Serenaders and Ethiopian Burlesque Opera Troupe ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Allyn Hall ... Wednesday evening, May 28 ... The school for scandal! ... May 29th ... The poor gentleman ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Allyn Hall! .. For 2 nights only Wednesday & Thursday, May 28 & 29. The grand combination! Of eminent dramatic artists. ... The school for scandal! ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Alma polish ... M.S. Cahill & Co. ... Boston, Mass. ... n/a n/a 1885-01-01
Alma polish ... M.S. Cahill ... Boston, Mass. ... Registered in the U.S. Patent Office. June 24, 1884. ... Advertising cards. Cahill, M. S 1884-01-01
Alphabetical list of towns in the state of New-York. n/a n/a 1803-01-01
Alphabetical table, of all the towns and cities in the state of New-York, January 1, 1825, with the principal villages, post-offices, &c. For post-offices in New-York. Broadsides.; Gazetteers -- New York (State). Spafford, Horatio Gates, 1778-1832 1825-01-01
Alphonso & Imogene an idyl of Henry's carbolic salve. ... John F. Henry & Co. ...24 College Place, New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Alred C. Clark engraver. Wedding invitations, reception and calling cards ... dies for stationary ... 45 Sage Allen Building Hartford, Conn. Advertising cards. Clark, Alfred C 1880-01-01
Alumni circular. 1864. Commencement exercises--Middlebury College. The commencement exercises of Middlebury College, A.D. 1864, will be as follows ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Alvin Joslin. The funniest of all plays. Charles L. Davis' great character creation, Alvin Joslin. Advertising cards. Davis, Charles L 1870-01-01
Always cherish the memory of Abraham Lincoln ... (Fac-simile of theatrical programme for the night of President Lincoln's assassination.) Ford's Theatre Tenth Street, Washington, D.C. Friday even'g, April 14, 1865. This evening the performance will be honored by the presence of President Lincoln. Benefit and last night of Miss Laura Keene ... supported by Mr. John Dyott and Mr. Harry Hawk. Tim Taylor's celebrated eccentric comedy ... Our American cousin ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Amateur dramatic entertainment by the Irving Social in aid of The Sisters of Industry, connected with St. John's Guild, no. 11 West 30th Street, Thursday evening, April 22nd, 1875, commencing at half-past eight. n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Amateur theatricals at Unitarian Church parlors, Keene, N.H., Thursday and Friday, June 23 and 24, 1870. Spirit of Seventy-six, or The coming woman. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Amateur theatricals in aid of the Dedham Library Temperance Hall on Wednesday & Thursday evenings, January 30th & 31st, 1867. Programme. ... The comedy, entitled a Curious case! ... Poor Pillicoddy! A farce in one act. ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
America Hotel. Santa Isabel corner of San Fernando Street, Cienfuegos (Cuba.) First class hotel and restaurant in the high part of the building, situated in the best and most central part of the city. ... M. Santos ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
America against the world. No patriotic New Englander should fail to visit the American Exposition end of Huntington Av. Boston. Closing Nov. 3rd n/a n/a 1883-01-01
America against the world. No patriotic New Englander should fail to visit the American Exposition end of Huntington Av. Boston. Closing Nov. 3rd n/a n/a 1883-01-01
America's favorite artiste Lizzie May Ulmer in the great New England Society play Dad's girl ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
America. "One flag, the American flag: One language ... " I pledge allegiance to my flag and to the country for which it stands; ... American bank note company Chicago. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
American Academy of Music ... Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 24th, 1864. Edwin Forrest in his grandly impressive impersonation of Caius Marcius, afterwards Coriolanus the haughty Patrician soldier ... Mr. Forrest will be supported by the celebrated tragedienne, Madame Ponisi ... Miss Alice Gray ... Mr John McCullough ... The triumphant return of Coriolanus ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
American Academy of Music. Exhibition drill of the Ellsworth Zouave Corps, Thursday evening, Sept. 12th, 1861. The whole under the direction of Major De Witt. Music by the German Orchestra and Baxter's Regimental Band. ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
American Antiquarian Society. Worcester, April [2d] 185[8] Sir, A stated meeting of the American Antiquarian Society will be held at the Hall of the American Academy, in the Athenæum Building, Beacon Street, Boston, on Wednesday, the [28] of April. ... [E.E. Hale] recording secretary. Invitations. Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909 1858-01-01
American Clover Blossom Co. The great blood purifier. ... For sale by all druggists. ... n/a n/a 1890-01-01
American Fat Stock Show 1881 Schutter & Hotz Chicago. 45 W. Monroe St. ... The old reliable Schuttler wagon for sale by Thos. Hastel, Monticello, Ill. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
American Home Missionary Society. Bible House, N.Y. ... Work: to plant churches and Sunday-schools; assist weak congregations; send missionaries ... We must save our country! n/a n/a 1880-01-01
American Horse Collar Company ... patent rubber lined collars, saddles and pads of all kinds ... no. 100 Milk Street, Boston. n/a n/a 1868-01-01
American Hotel Atwood & Co. of New York, - Proprietors. Toronto, Ontario. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
American Hotel, Geneva, N.Y. corner Exchange and Castle Streets, fronting steamboat landing. Phil. Becker, prop'r. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
American Hotel, Sharon Springs, N.Y. N.M. La Rue & Son, proprietors. Terms, $2.00 per day. Send for circular. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
American Hotel. By Jonas White, Jr. ... Auburn, N.Y. ... n/a n/a 1840-01-01
American Hotel. E. Foster, proprietor, Hartford, Ct. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
American House, Hanover St. Boston. Lewis Rice, proprietor. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
American House. H.W. Chase. W.M. Thayer, proprietors. Frank W. Durgin, clerk. $2.00 per day. Refurnished, -- New sample rooms on ground floor. Free coach to and from all trains and boats. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
American Manufacture. William Nichols, Leominster, Mass. 20 quires in a ream. ... Advertising cards. Nichols, William 1825-01-01
American Missionary Association. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
American Missionary Association. ... Mechanics Hall ... March 25, 1872. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
American Missionary Association. ... Mechanics Hall ... March 26, 1872. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
American Missionary Association. ... Tremont Temple ... March 22, 1873. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
American Museum ærial garden!! And fair!! Cor Broadway & Ann-St. P.T. Barnum, manager every day and evening this week commencing Monday, August 21, 1843. ... First appearance of Miss M.E. Adair the popular vocalist ... Ethiopian concert!! By Messrs. T.G. Booth with the bone castinets and F. Diamond on the banjo ... n/a n/a 1843-01-01
American Mutual Library Association, R.G. Badoux, manager. Merchants publishing and advertising company. ... Chicago, Ill. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
American Print Works. Fall River. No. [2] [34] Yds. n/a n/a 1850-01-01
American Telegraph Company in connection with Western Union Co, James M. Laws, operator. Milford, N.H. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
American Telephone & Telegraph Company. Official business frank. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
American Transportation Company. 1855, W.G. Perkins, agent, office, 189 Broadway ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
American cloths Martin Gaylord, merchant tailor no. 176 South Market St. Albany. Advertising cards. Gaylord, Martin 1822-01-01
American line United States mail twin screw S.S. Paris ... capturing Spanish S.S. Rita May 8 1898. ... New York-- Southampton--London service. ... International Navigation Co. 143 La Salle St., Chicago, Ill. Chicago, April 27, 1899. n/a n/a 1899-01-01
American line United States mail twin screw S.S. St. Louis ... cutting cables under fire off Santiago May 18 1898. ... New York--Southampton--London service. ... International Navigation Co. 143 La Salle St., Chicago, Ill. Chicago, April 27, 1899. n/a n/a 1899-01-01
American register valve cornets guaranteed to be superior to any in the world. ... Elkhart, Indiana. Or HI Henry P 61 Main Building Centennial Grounds, Philadlephia, Pa. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
American royalty. King Corn. Queen Wheat. Moline Plow Co. Moline, Ills. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
American soap. American soap the best What America's sweetest singer says of Bayberry glycerine soap. ... Very sincerely yours Emma Thursby Feb. 12th, 1883. n/a n/a 1883-01-01
Americans can and will rule America. The company of M[r Editor American Republic (Boston)] is respectfully solicited to attend the second annual grand American Republican ball, at the Park Theatre, on Monday evening, January 27, 1845. ... William B. Cozzens, Wm. S. Miller, John A. Bunting ... Invitations. Cozzens, William B 1845-01-01
Amiability. Thy beauty of sprit is a pure ... [Miss M.B.] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Amusement for the million! ... Magazine of wonders ... earth, sea and air; to be found in the immense collection of the Boston Museum ... Rhyming catalogue of the rare, curious and valuable collection of curiosities, and works of art; in the Boston Museum ... n/a n/a 1848-01-01
An Account of Elizabeth Radden, a Sunday school child, and also of her brother Daniel, who died a few days after. n/a n/a 1816-01-01
An Account of a girl, of twelve years of age, who lived on Lord Collier's manor, in the province of Lower Canada; who was converted to the love of God in a wonderful manner, and it proved to be a hopeful conversion of the whole family and a great many of the neighbors in the town. n/a n/a 1815-01-01
An Address of citizens of Pennsylvania, calling the attention of the honorable senators and representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, to the existing unfair and partial character of the laws governing the distillation of whisky. n/a n/a 1872-01-01
An Affecting history of the captivity and sufferings of Mrs. Mary Gerard, an Italian lady. Who was seven years a slave in Tripoli, three of which she was confined in a dungeon, loaded with irons, and three times put to cruel torture. The history of this innocent and unfortunate lady, is allowed by all those who have perused it, to be one of the most striking accounts that ever appeared in print, and would almost excite tears of blood, unless every avenue of compassion was shut up. n/a n/a 1810-01-01
An Affecting narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Mrs. Mary Smith who with her husband and three daughters, were taken prisoners by the Indians, in August last (1814) and after enduring the most cruel hardships and torture of mind for sixty days (in which time she witnessed the tragical death of her husband and helpless children) was fortunately rescued from the merciless hands of the savages by a detached party from the army of the brave General Jackson. Now commanding at New-Orleans. n/a n/a 1815-01-01
An Atlas for the use of schools [microform] selected from Pinkerton's larger work, and designed to accompany and illustrate either of Dr. Morse's school geographies ... n/a n/a 1816-01-01
An Elegy on the death of Mr. Jonathan Ely, deacon of the Church of Christ in Springfield, at Longmeadow, who departed this life July 27, 1753; in the 71st year off his age. n/a n/a 1830-01-01
An Entertaining controversy between Rev. Lemuel Haynes, minister of a Congregational church in Rutland (Vt.) and Rev. Hosea Ballou, preacher of the doctrine of universal salvation,-- consisting first, of a sermon by Mr. Haynes, delivered at West-Rutland, in the year 1805, entitled, "Universal salvation, a very ancient doctrine: with some account of the life and character of its author," immediately after hearing Mr. Ballou 'zealously exhibit his sentiments' in support of the doctrine. Second. An epistle by Mr. Ballou to Mr. Haynes, being a reply to his sermon delivered in W. Rutland. Third. A lengthy letter by Mr. Haynes to Mr. Ballou, in reply to the epistle. n/a n/a 1807-01-01
An Entertaining controversy, between Rev. Lemuel Haynes, minister of a Congregational church in Rutland, (Vermont.) and Rev. Hosea Ballou, preacher of the doctrine of universal salvation. Consisting first, of a sermon by Mr. Haynes, delivered at West-Rutland, in the year 1805, entitled, "Universal salvation a vaery ancient doctrine; with some account of the life and character of its author," immediately after hearing Mr. Ballou, "zealously exhibit his sentiments," in support of that doctrine. Second, an epistle by Mr. Ballou to Mr. Haynes, being a reply to his sermon delivered at West-Rutland. Third, a lengthy letter by Mr. Haynes, to Mr. Ballou, in reply to the epistle. n/a n/a 1810-01-01
An account of a voyage up the Mississippi River, from St. Louis to its source; made under the orders of the War Department, by Lieut. Pike, of the United States Army, in the years 1805 and 1806. Compiled from Mr. Pike's journal. Maps -- Mississippi River.; Intaglio prints. King, N. (Nicholas), 1771-1812 1807-01-01
An account of expeditions to the sources of the Mississippi, and through the western parts of Louisiana, to the sources of the Arkansaw, Kans, La Platte, and Pierre Jaun, rivers; performed by order of the government of the United States during the years 1805, 1806, and 1807. And a tour through the interior parts of New Spain, when conducted through these provinces, by order of the captain-general, in the year 1807. By Major Z.M. Pike. Illustrated by maps and charts. Maps -- Louisiana.; Maps -- Mississippi River.; Maps -- New Mexico.; Intaglio prints.; Sprinkled edges (Binding).; Leather bindings (Binding).; Lettering pieces (Binding).; Gold stamped leather (Binding).; Bookplates (Provenance). Pike, Zebulon Montgomery, 1779-1813 1810-01-01
An account of the Boston Asylum for Indigent Boys, the act of incorporation, bye-laws, and the rules and regulations adopted by the Board of Managers. Also, an extract from the first anniversary sermon, by the Rev. Mr. Lowell. [Six lines of quotations] n/a n/a 1816-01-01
An account of the triumphant death of Mr. Moses Abbot [microform] extracted from a funeral sermon delivered to the church in Brattle Street, Boston by William Cooper. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Cooper, William, 1694-1743 1807-01-01
An account of travels into the interior of southern Africa, in the years 1797 and 1798: including cursory observations on the geology and geography of the southern part of that continent; the natural history of such objects as occurred in the animal, vegetable, and mineral kingdoms; and sketches on the physical and moral characters of the various tribes of inhabitants surrounding the settlement of the Cape of Good Hope. To which is annexed, a description of the present state, population and produce of that extensive colony; with a map, constructed entirely from actual observations, made in the course of the travels. By John Barrow, late secretary to the Earl of Macartney, and auditor-general of public accounts at the Cape of Good Hope. Travel literature.; Maps -- South Africa.; Publishers' advertisements -- New York (State) -- New York.; Intaglio prints.; Relief prints.; Leather bindings (Binding).; Library copies (Provenance).; Ink stamps (Provenance). Barrow, John, Sir, 1764-1848 1802-01-01
An account of travels into the interior of southern Africa, in the years 1797 and 1798: including cursory observations on the geology and geography of the southern part of that continent; the natural history of such objects as occurred in the animal, vegetable, and mineral kingdoms; and sketches on the physical and moral characters of the various tribes of inhabitants surrounding the settlement of the Cape of Good Hope. To which is annexed, a description of the present state, population and produce of that extensive colony; with a map, constructed entirely from actual observations, made in the course of the travels. By John Barrow, late secretary to the Earl of Macartney, and auditor-general of public accounts at the Cape of Good Hope. Travel literature.; Maps -- South Africa.; Publishers' advertisements -- New York (State) -- New York.; Intaglio prints.; Relief prints.; Leather bindings (Binding).; Bookplates (Provenance).; Library copies (Provenance). Barrow, John, Sir, 1764-1848 1802-01-01
An address at the interment of Sylvanus Bourne, Esqr., Consul-General of the United States in the Netherlands [microform] who died 25th April, 1817, aged 56 years by A. Mac-Intosh. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Mac-Intosh, A 1817-01-01
An address delivered June 24, 1812, at the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Cumming [microform] consort of the Rev. Hooper Cumming, pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Newark, New-Jersey by James Richards. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Richards, James, 1767-1843 1816-01-01
An address delivered at the South Parish in Ispwich, April 24, 1810 at the interment of Mrs. Mary Cleaveland ... [microform] by Asahel Huntington. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Huntington, Asahel, 1761-1813 1810-01-01
An address delivered before the American Antiquarian Society, in King's Chapel, Boston, on their second anniversary, October 24, 1814. By Abiel Holmes, D.D. Anniversary sermons -- 1814. Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837 1814-01-01
An address to the children of the North Parish Sabbath School, in Portsmouth, by a teacher. Juvenile literature -- 1818.; Children's sermons -- 1818.; Presentation inscriptions (Provenance).; Wrappers (Binding).; Ornate types (Type evidence). Bigelow, Eliza Tappan, 1796-1858 1818-01-01
An address to the members of the American Antiquarian Society, pronounced in King's Chapel, Boston, on their first anniversary, October 23, 1813. By William Jenks, A.M. S.A.S. Pastor of a church in Bath, and professor of Oriental languages, &c. in Bowdoin College, Maine. Anniversary sermons -- 1813.; Wrappers (Binding).; Illegible markings (Provenance). Jenks, William, 1778-1866 1813-01-01
An address to the youth of the town of Shelburne, occasioned by the death of Miss Melindia Fisk [microform] daughter of Mr. Samuel Fisk, who died April 5th, 1808, in the twentieth year of her age by Amariah Chandler. Funeral sermons -- 1808. Chandler, Amariah, 1782-1864 1808-01-01
An address, delivered June 24, 1812, at the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Cumming [microform] consort of the Rev. Hooper Cumming, pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Newark, New-Jersey by James Richards. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Richards, James, 1767-1843 1812-01-01
An address, delivered June 24, 1812, at the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Cumming [microform] consort of the Rev. Hooper Cumming, pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Newark, New-Jersey by James Richards. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Richards, James, 1767-1843 1812-01-01
An address, part of which only, was delivered upon the opening of Baltimore College [microform] but agreeably to promise, the whole is now submitted to the public to which is annexed a funeral masonic sermon, upon the happiness of the righteous after death by William Sinclair. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Sinclair, William 1812-01-01
An address, pronounced, October twenty-first, at the funeral of Rev. John Lovejoy Abbot, pastor of the First Church of Christ in Boston [microform] by Edward Everett. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Everett, Edward, 1794-1865 1814-01-01
An affecting account of the tragical death of Major Swan, and of the captivity of Mrs. Swan and infant child, by the savages, in April last--(1815.) This unfortunate lady and her little son were taken prisoners by the Indians, at a small village near St. Louis, and conveyed near 700 miles through an uncivilized wilderness, where they were fortunately redeemed by a Spanish trader, in July last. [Two lines of paraphrase from p. 4] Captivity narratives.; Relief prints.; Wrappers (Binding). Swan, Eliza 1815-01-01
An affectionate greeting. Rogers Statuary. One more shot. Advertising cards. Rogers, John, 1829-1904 1870-01-01
An aged minister commending his people to God. A half century sermon, delivered in West-Springfield, August 26, 1806. By Joseph Lathrop, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in West-Springfield. Half century sermons -- 1806. Lathrop, Joseph, 1731-1820 1806-01-01
An authentic narrative of the loss of the American brig Commerce, wrecked on the western coast of Africa, in the month of August, 1815. With an account of the sufferings of her surviving officers and crew, who were enslaved by the wandering Arabs, on the great African desart [sic], or Zahahrah; and observations historical, geographical, and concluded by a description of the famous city of Tombuctoo, on the River Niger, and of another large city, far south of it, on the same river, called Wassanah; narrated to the author at Mogadore, by Sidi Hamet, the Arabian merchant. With an Arabic and English vocabulary. Illustrated and embellished with ten handsome copperplate engravings. Maps -- West Africa.; Maps -- North Africa.; Intaglio prints.; Stained leather (Binding).; Gold stamped leather (Binding).; Leather bindings (Binding).; Lettering pieces (Binding). Riley, James, 1777-1840 1817-01-01
An earnest caution against suicide. [Two lines in Greek from Plato with two lines of translation]. Sermons -- 1812.; Poems -- 1813.; Authors' presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1812-01-01
An election sermon, preached at Hartford, on the day of the anniversary election, May 12, 1803. By Matthias Burnet, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Norwalk. Election sermons -- Connecticut -- 1803.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Burnet, Matthias, 1749-1806 1803-01-01
An elegiac ode, and a funeral sermon on the death of Mr. George Hooker, who was drowned at Newburyport, on the 30th of October, 1807, and on the death of a number of other persons who died suddenly, very lately. By Jonathan Plummer, a travelling preacher. Broadsides.; Elegies.; Funeral sermons -- 1807.; Relief prints. Plummer, Jonathan, 1761-1819 1807-01-01
An elegy composed on the death of Isaac S. Rice, of Rutland, who was instantly killed by the accidental discharge of a gun, June 26, 1827, aged 18 years, 6 months, and 13 days. By Richard Stone of Oxford. Broadsides.; Elegies. Stone, Richard Cecil, b. 1798 1827-01-01
An elegy on the death of Esther Brown, who died at Alford, Mass. April 17, 1806. [By] Erastus Brown, her husband. Broadsides.; Elegies. Brown, Erastus 1806-01-01
An elegy on the death of Mr. Harfield Lyndsey, aged 26 years. Broadsides.; Elegies.; Acrostics.; Relief prints. Dunn, Samuel, 1746-1843 1838-01-01
An elegy on the death of four young ladies, who were drowned in a pond in Sutton [Mass.], May 29, 1822.-- viz. Miss Nancy Tenney, aged 14 years; daughter of Daniel Tenny, Esq.--Miss Adeline Lumbard, aged 17 years; daughter of Mr. Nathan Lumbard.--Misses Hannah G. and Mary H. Marble, aged 22 and 24 years; daughters of Widow Sally Marble.--All of Sutton. By Samuel Dunn. [two stanzas of introductory verse] Broadsides.; Elegies. Dunn, Samuel, 1746-1843 1822-01-01
An elegy on the death of the late Rev. John Wesley, A.M. By the Rev. Elhanan Winchester. Elegies. Winchester, Elhanan, 1751-1797 1803-01-01
An elegy on the death of the late Reverend Charles Warburton, who died in Boston, July the 1st. 1814, aged 30.-- By a lady of colour. Broadsides.; Elegies. Lady of colour 1814-01-01
An elegy written in memory of John Clark Folsom, (son of Mr. Jeremiah and Mrs. Olive Folsom, now of Farmington, N.H. late from Newburyport, Mass.) who died of a consumption ... on the 23d of April, 1810 ... Composed by Joseph Boodey, preacher of the Gospel, New-Durham, N.H. Broadsides.; Elegies.; Relief prints. Boodey, Joseph, 1773-1867 1810-01-01
An elegy, by Doct. Jonathan Norton, on the death of his wife; who died in the 22d year of her age, and was buried six weeks, to a day, from her marriage. Broadsides.; Elegies. Norton, Jonathan 1825-01-01
An elegy, composed on the death of Vincent Adams and Lucinda Adams: who were drowned in the river St. Francis, (L.C.) October 22, A.D. 1806, the former in the 22d, the latter in the 19th year of their age. By Simeon Andrews. Uncertain U.S. imprints (Publishing).; Broadsides.; Elegies. Andrews, Simeon 1806-01-01
An elegy, composed on the sudden deaths of Lydia Page Sanborn, who died December 9th, and Rebecca Sanborn, who died December 11, 1814; daughters of Jonathan Sanborn, of Gilmanton, N.H. By John Paige, Jun. Gilmanton. Broadsides.; Elegies. Paige, John 1814-01-01
An elegy, on the death of Sally Green Keen, aged 14 years 6 months and 7 days, and Mary-Ann Dexter Keen, aged 11 years 8 months and 11 days, daughters of John and Lavina Keen, who were drowned on the 11th day of December, 1822, in Cumberland, R.I. near Valley Falls. Composed by C.P.I. Broadsides.; Elegies. C. P. I 1822-01-01
An elegy, on the death of four young ladies, who were drowned in a pond in Sutton [Mass.], May 29, 1822.-- viz. Miss Nancy Tenney, aged 14 years; daughter of Daniel Tenney, Esq.--Miss Adeline Lumbard, aged 17 years; daughter of Mr. Nathan Lumbard.--Misses Hannah G. and Mary H. Marble, aged 22 and 24 years; daughters of Widow Sally Marble.--All of Sutton. [two stanzas of introductory verse] Broadsides.; Elegies.; Relief prints. Dunn, Samuel, 1746-1843 1822-01-01
An elegy, written on the death of Ruth Smith of North Brookfield, who died Aug. 20th 1834, in the 25th year of her age. By her husband. Broadsides.; Elegies. Smith, Mr 1834-01-01
An elegy. Written on the death of Enfield Elsworth, the wife of Reuben Elsworth, who died in Camillus, Onondaga Co. N.Y. April 14th, 1821. By Elder Obadiah E. Morrill. Broadsides.; Elegies. Morrill, Obadiah E. (Obadiah Eastman), 1796-1863 1821-01-01
An eulogium on Caspar Wistar, M.D., professor of anatomy, by Charles Caldwell, M.D. professor of natural history, in the University of Pennsylvania. Delivered by appointment, before the members of the Philadelphia Medical Society; and published at their request. Eulogies.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853 1818-01-01
An eulogium to the memory of Mr. George Lee, delivered by appointment, to the Philadelphia Medical Society, on the 24th day of Feb. 1802. By Charles Caldwell, M.D. Eulogies.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853 1802-01-01
An eulogy, delivered at the funeral of the Hon. William Gorham, Esq., on the 25th July, 1804 [microform] by Timothy Hilliard. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Hilliard, Timothy, 1776-1842 1804-01-01
An eulogy, pronounced July 20, 1810 [microform] at the interment of Samuel Webber, president of Harvard University, who expired suddenly on the evening of July 17, in the fifty first year of his age by Henry Ware. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Ware, Henry, 1764-1845 1810-01-01
An excellent spirit forms the character of a good ruler: illustrated in a sermon preached before the honourable General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, at the anniversary election, in the city of Hartford, May 14, 1812. By Moses C. Welch, D.D. Pastor of the church in North-Mansfield. Election sermons -- Connecticut -- 1812.; Wrappers (Binding).; Marbled papers (Binding).; Library copies (Provenance). Welch, Moses C. (Moses Cook), 1754-1824 1812-01-01
An exhibition of the organ just erected by us, in the Church of the New Jerusalem, Bowdoin Street, in this city, will take place on Friday, evening next, at 7 1-2 o'clock. ... Boston, Nov. 1, 1865. ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
An exhortation to early piety [microform] a sermon, delivered at the funeral of Mr. Nathaniel Bosworth, who departed this life, Sept. 28, 1801 by Truman Marsh. Funeral sermons -- 1801. Marsh, Truman, 1768-1851 1801-01-01
An introduction to the geography of the New Testament, comprising a summary chronological and geographical view of the events recorded respecting the ministry of Our Saviour; accompanied with maps, questions for examination, and an accented index: Principally designed for the use of young persons, and for the Sunday-employment of schools. By Lant Carpenter, LL.D. Juvenile literature -- 1811.; Maps -- Middle East.; Ornate types (Type evidence).; Leather bindings (Binding).; Sprinkled edges (Binding).; Lettering pieces (Binding).; Gold stamped leather (Binding).; Intaglio prints. Carpenter, Lant, 1780-1840 1811-01-01
An introductory address, a sermon, a charge and right hand of fellowship delivered October 8, 1806 [microform] at the ordination of Rev. David T. Kimball, over the First Church and Congregation in Ipswich. Ordination sermons -- 1806. Abbot, Abiel, 1770-1828 1806-01-01
An introductory discourse, delivered in the Reformed Dutch Church, in the city of Philadelphia, October 10th, 1813; by Jacob Brodhead, A.M. pastor of said church. Published by request. Sermons -- 1813.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Brodhead, Jacob, 1782-1855 1813-01-01
An occasional sermon preached at Plymouth the Sabbath after the interment of Deacon Ephraim Spooner [microform] who died March 22d, 1818, in the eighty third year of his age by James Kendall. Funeral sermons -- 1818. Kendall, James, 1769-1859 1818-01-01
An ode and sermon, on the subject of studying to be quiet. Occasioned by a difference between the Rev. Dr. Dana and his consort. Written by Jonathan Plummer, an independent travelling preacher, and poet laureat to His Excellency Sir Timothy Dexter. Broadsides.; Songs.; Sermons -- 1806. Plummer, Jonathan, 1761-1819 1801-01-01
An oration delivered in the Universalian Meeting House, Portsmouth, before the Grand Lodge of the state of Newhampshire, and St. John's Lodge of Portsmouth; at the celebration of St. John the Baptist, A. L. 5810. By Br. Hosea Ballou. Published at the request of the Grand Lodge. Sermons -- 1810.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852 1810-01-01
An oration on the death of Mr. Ebenezer Grant Marsh, senior tutor, Hebrew instructor ... in Yale College [microform] who died on the 16th of November 1803, in the 27th year of his age pronounced in the college chapel on the 10th of January 1804, by Bancroft Fowler. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Fowler, Bancroft, 1775-1856 1804-01-01
An oration on the death of Mr. Thomas Lewis [microform] principal of Sunbury Academy, who died on the 3d of March delivered ... in Sunbury meeting house, on the 3d of April, 1804 by John Elliott. Funeral sermons -- 1804. Elliott, John, 1768-1824 1804-01-01
An oration pronounced in the chapel of Williams College, July 11, 1810 [microform] in commemoration of the death of William D. Hornell, a member of the sophomore class, who was drowned in Deerfield River by John Nelson. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Nelson, John, 1786-1871 1810-01-01
An oration, on the death of Mr. Levi Hoppin, a member of the sophomore class of Brown University, pronounced March 27, A.D. 1805. In the University chapel. By Williams Emmons, senior sophister. [Two lines from Ovid]. Published at the request of the sophomore class. Eulogies. Emmons, Williams, 1784-1855 1805-01-01
An oration, pronounced at Charlestown, at the request of the Artillery company, on the seventeenth of June; being the anniversary of the battle of Bunker's Hill, and of that Company. [Five lines of quotations] By William Austin, A.B. Anniversary sermons -- 1801. Austin, William, 1778-1841 1801-01-01
An oration, pronounced at Fitchburg, Oct. 12th, 1801. By the appointment and at a meeting of the militia officers of the Fourth Regiment. By Daniel Adams, M.B. Artillery election sermons -- 1801. Adams, Daniel, 1773-1864 1802-01-01
An oration, pronounced before George Washington Lodge, at Strafford, on the anniversary of St. John the Baptist, June 25, A.L. 5810. By Brother Samuel Austin. Published at the particular request of said lodge. Sermons -- 1810. Austin, Samuel, 1773-1859 1810-01-01
An uninvited guest. Hires' Rootbeer. The Charles E. Hires Company. ... 117-119 Arch St. Philadelphia. Jewell's Pharmacy, 99 Main St., -- Batavia, N.Y. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
An uupublished [sic] poem by Mrs. Sigourney, to Mary Bates Butler*, who died Sept. 28, 1851--aged 21 months. Broadsides.; Elegies. Sigourney, L. H. (Lydia Howard), 1791-1865 1851-01-01
Analytical key to Arrowsmith's maps, principally designed to aid pupils in the study of geography; representing the divisions of the earth by lines, and containing the population, capital, most important towns, rivers, islands, &c. n/a n/a 1812-01-01
Anchor Hotel J.H. Benjes, prop. 610 & 612 E. Pratt St. Baltimore, Md. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ancient charters, and colony and province laws of Massachusetts. Thomas B. Wait and Co. will speedily put to press, agreeably to contract with the government of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, "The Charters and the public and general laws of the late colony and province of the Massachusetts Bay; together with the acts, and clauses of acts, and other documents, tending to explain the jurisprudence of the state." ... n/a n/a 1813-01-01
Ancient harmony revived. Concert of sacred music, in the Town Hall, Saco, Thursday eve. March 12, 1857. By the "Old Folks" Association of Portland. n/a n/a 1857-01-01
And Moses went up from the plains of Moab unto the mountian ... Reward of merit. This certifes, that [Hortio Bliss] for diligence and good behaviour merits my approbation. Inst. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
And he commanded the most mighty men that ... Reward of merit. This certifies, that the bearer, for good behaviour merits the approbation of h[blank] instructor. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
And when you want a quiet shave ... H.A. Cass, artistic barber, 126 Main St., opp. Mill St., Laconia, N.H. ... Advertising cards. Cass, H. A 1870-01-01
And'w Maverick copper plate printer no. 34 Liberty Street (near Will'm St.) New York. Advertising cards. Maverick, Andrew, 1782-1826 1808-01-01
Andrew Brimmer importer of India and European goods ... no. 52 Cornhill ... Boston. Advertising cards. Brimmer, Andrew, 1745-1833 1799-01-01
Andrew Holland wood cut & oil color printer. 36 Washington St., Boston Advertising cards. Holland, Andrew 1870-01-01
Andrew Johnson. Born in North Carolina December 29th ... C.M. Barnes, dealer in hats, caps, furs, robes, etc., West First St. Oswego N.Y. Advertising cards. Barnes, C. M 1881-01-01
Andrew S. Biggar, job printer and stationer, Ballard Vale, Mass. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Andrews, Sanford & Smith, wholesale dealers in millinery goods ... New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Anecdotes of the life of Richard Watson, Bishop of Landaff. Written by himself at different intervals, and revised in 1814. Published by his son, Richard Watson, LL.B. Prebendary of Landaff and Wells. Memoirs.; Half bindings (Binding).; Marbled papers (Binding).; Gold tooled leather (Binding). Watson, Richard, 1737-1816 1818-01-01
Angier March 13 Market Square, Newburyport, keeps constantly for sale on the lowest terms, a large & general assortment of the above articles, wholesale or retail. ... Advertising cards. March, Angier, 1773-1812 1794-01-01
Anglo-American Hotel. Corner Johnson and Ontario Streets, Kingston, Ont. ... This house has been enlarged and refitted in first-class style. C.E. Fralick, proprietor. J.W. Fralick, manager. This house has been englarged and refitted in first-class style. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ann Arbor Union High School exhibition. Friday evening, March 13th, 1863. n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Ann Greene Chapman, of Boston. (From the Lirerator [i.e., Liberator].) Died, in this city, Miss Ann Greene Chapman, daughter of Henry Chapman, merchant, aged 35 years. ... n/a n/a 1837-01-01
Anniversary ball. The Fitchburg Fusiliers will celebrate their thirty-sixth anniversary with a grand military ball, at McIntire & Jaquith's Hotel, on Tuesday evening, December 14th, 1852 ... committee of arrangements. Capt. Joseph Wood, Lieut. S.G. Eager ... Fitchburg, Dec. 1, 1852. Invitations. Wood, Joseph 1852-01-01
Anniversary exercises of Elmwood Literary Institute, Boscawen, N.H., November 16, 1864. n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Anniversary exercises of the Brandon academies. Female academy, July 13, 1853. ... Male academy, Thursday, July 14. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Anniversary exercises of the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, and the Blind, at Platt's Hall, Wednesday evening, June 13, 1866. n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Anniversary of American Independence, July 4, 1849. Admit [blank] to the dinner at Faneuil Hall. John P. Bigelow, Samuel S. Perkins, Samuel D. Crane, Geo. D.B. Blanchard, committee on invitation. Invitations. Bigelow, John P. (John Prescott), 1797-1872 1849-01-01
Anniversary of Pembroke Academy, 1853. The annual exhibition of Pembroke Academy will occur on Wednesday, November 2d ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Anniversary of the Newton Theological Institution, August 19, 1835. Order of exercises. n/a n/a 1835-01-01
Announcement. A dissertation on the subject of pins. Did you notice the kid on the front of this card? ... He blows only for Cummings the printer ... n/a n/a 1892-01-01
Annual ball, at Indian Head Coffee House - Thanksgiving evening, 17th instant. [Mr Isaac Stiles & Lady] will please accept an invitation. C.G. Atherton, A. Mitchell, C. Paige, ... Nashua, Nov. 1836. Invitations. Atherton, Charles Gordon, 1804-1853 1836-01-01
Annual ball, to be given by the Boston Brass Band, complimentary to Mr. D.C. Hall, leader, on Monday even'g, Feb. 9, 1857, at Union Hall ... Committee of arrangements. D.C. Hall ... Invitations. Hall, D. C 1857-01-01
Annual commencement of the Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia, at the Academy of Music, Monday, March 11th, 1872, at half-past eleven o'clock, a.m. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Annual commencements Chappell Hill Female College and Soule University, Chappell Hill, Texas. n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Annual examination of the Worcester High School, Monday and Tuesday, April 29 & 30, 1861, by the school board. ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Annual exhibition of Lawrence Academy, Groton, on Monday eve., July 16, 1855. n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Annual exhibition of Union Hall Academy, Jamaica, L.I. Tuesday, October 4th, 1864. Seventy-second anniversary. ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Annual exhibition of Union Hall Academy, Jamaica, L.I. on Wednesday, October 7th, 1863. Seventy-first anniversary. ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Annual exhibition of the Everett School, Northampton Street, Monday, July 20, 1863, at 3 o'clock, p.m. n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Annual exhibition of the Hancock School, Tuesday, July 25, 1848. n/a n/a 1848-01-01
Annual festival of the Worcester County Musical Convention. Worcester, [blank] 187[blank] ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Annual grand concert and ball of Post no. 10, G.A.R. ... February 22, 1869. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Another magnificent A 1 clipper ship!! ... Merchants' Express Line of clipper ships for San Francisco ... Bengal, Melville, Commander ... Randolph M. Cooley & Co., 88 Wall St. n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Another small and splended clipper for San Francisco! Merchants' Express Line of clipper ships. ... The delicate little A 1 Boston built clipper ship Cutwater ... at Pier 16 East River ... Randolph M. Cooley, 88 Wall St. ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
Another small and splendid clipper ... The beautiful, new A 1 clipper ship Mindoro ... Randolph M. Cooley, 88 Wall St., Tontine Building. ... Ship cards. Cooley, Randolph M 1853-01-01
Another small clipper ship ... The A 1 clipper ship Laurens ... Edw. Mott Robinson, 161 Pearl Street, near Wall. ... Ship cards. Robinson, Edward Mott 1853-01-01
Anson Judd. South Third St. Philadelphia United States mail and citizens coach. Advertising cards. Judd, Anson 1820-01-01
Anthony & Ellis original ideal Uncle Tom's Cabin[.] Excel all imitate none. "Eliza's escape" the hounds at bay. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Anthony House Ladies & Gentlemens Restaurant 834 Broadway New York. Charles A. Merritt. European Plan at reasonable prices. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Anti-monopoly. It is a well known fact amongst manufacturers, that there are a dozen or more inventions (patented some twenty years since, and according to the patent laws now at the point of expiration) the further extension of which would be nearly equivalent to abolishing all patent laws ... and if the owners of patents referred to are allowed to monopolize the rights of manufacturing these machines for almost an indefinite period it will assuredly overturn the whole system of industries in this country. ... Attention is directed to the following facts concerning the "New England Association of Inventors and Patent Owners," and other like monoplies. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Anti-slavery convention. An anti-slavery convention will be held at Burrillville, R.I., in the old "Burrillville Meeting House," between Harrisville and Pascoag, on Sunday, Oct. 19th ... Invitations. Fish, Wm. H 1851-01-01
Antichrist. A discourse, addressed to the Congregational Church and Society in Pembroke, New-Hampshire, on the annual fast, April 14, 1814. By Abraham Burnham, A.M. [Nine lines of Scripture texts] Published by request. Fast-day sermons -- 1814 Apr. 14.; Sprinkled edges (Binding). Burnham, Abraham, 1775-1852 1814-01-01
Antioch Book Establishment. Lawrance & Winchell, booksellers and stationers, Yellow Springs, Ohio. ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Any infringement will be prosecuted. S.P. & S.H. Wilcox, manufacturers and proprietors of the comfort elastic cuff holder ... Fairhaven, Mass. ... 1887 ... n/a n/a 1887-01-01
Any of the following styles of dies [sic],$3.00, to remain in our possession. ... S. Wing & Co., mount makers, Charlestown, Mass. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Application. John Boutell's compliments to [Mrs Charlotte Cheever] and informs her that [George Cheever] has attentively devoted this week to study, and by his respectful, and exemplary conduct, merits this testimonial. Hallowell Academy, Saturday, [Jan 15] 18[20] n/a n/a 1820-01-01
Approbation a token of esteem This certifies that [blank] by diligence and good behaviour merits the approbation of [blank] instructor [blank]. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Approbation a token of esteem this certifies that [Maria F. Price] by diligence and good behaviour merits the approbation of [her] instructor, [O. Peters] n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Approbation a token of esteem this certifies that [Miss J. Hallett] by diligence and good behaviour merits the approabtion of [her] instructor[ess H Hamlin. Oct. 15, 1829] n/a n/a 1829-01-01
Approbation a token of esteem this certifies that [Wm. Gray] by diligence and good behaviour, merits the approbation of [his] instructor. [E.C. Blake] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Approbation a token of esteem. This certifies that [Harriet Carpenter] by diligence and good behaviour, merits the approbation of [her] instructor. [E.C. Carroll] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Approbation a token of esteem. This certifies that [Maria F. Rice] by diligence and good behaviour merits the approbation of [her] instructor, [O. Peters]. n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Approbation a token of esteem. This certifies that [blank] by diligence and good behaviour merits the approbation of [blank] instructor. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Approbation a token of esteem. This certifies that [blank] by diligence and good behaviour, merits the approbation of [blank] instructor. [W. Briggs] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Approbation reward of merit this certifies that [Hannah F. Libby] by diligence & attention to h[er] studies merits my approbation [M.J. Donnell] inst. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Approbation reward of merit this certifies that [Miss Ann] by diligence & attention to h[er] studies merits my approbation [E.A. Titus] inst. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Approbation reward of merit this certifies that [T. Carpenter] by diligence and good behaviour, merits the approbation of [E.C. Palmer] inst. n/a n/a 1849-01-01
Approbation reward of merit this certifies that [William Bliss] by diligence & attention to h[is] studies merits my approbation [E.A. Hubbard] inst. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Approbation. ... M[aster Wm. Greene] for [his] diligence, punctual attendance, and exemplary conduct, is recommended to the favourable notice of [his] friends. Boston, [March 9th.] 182[7 Jairus Lincoln promoted]. n/a n/a 1827-01-01
Approbation. Reward of merit this certifies that [L. Libby] by diligence & attention to h[blank] studies merits my approbation [blank] instructor. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Aptommas the celebrated European harpist, who has lately created such a sensation by his extraordinary performances in N. York and Boston, will give one grand evening concert! At City Hall, Wednesday evening, March 22d, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Ara Cushman & Co. Wholesale manufacturers of boots and shoes, Auburn, Me. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Architectural English books & prints. Imported & sold by Wm. A. Colman, no. 205 Broadway city of New York. ... Advertising cards. Colman, William A 1836-01-01
Architectural iron works. Henry F. Edwards manufacturer of constructive amd ornamental metal work, for building and engineering purposes. ... Worcester, Mass. Advertising cards. Edwards, Henry F 1870-01-01
Arlington Hotel Rome, N.Y. D.P. McHarg, owner & proprietor. "The Arlington" is new, modern and commodious. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Armory of the Boston Light Infantry, Boston, February, 1859. The officers and members of the Boston Light Infantry respectfully solicit the pleasure of your company, with ladies, at their annual ball, to be holden at the Boston Theatre, on Monday evening, Feb. 28th, 1859. ... In behalf of the corps, Chas. O. Rogers, commander. ... Invitations. Rogers, Charles O., 1818-1869 1859-01-01
Armour's washing powder. Saves time money temper. Handy packages 2 for 5 cents. The better way, with washing powder. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Art palace ... C.M. Henderson & Co. Warehouse 243 to 247 Adams, cor. Market Sts. ... n/a n/a 1893-01-01
Arthur & Burnet account book manufacturers and dealers of every description of foreign and domestic stationery ... New York. ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
Arthur H. Lee, D.D.S. dentist Utica, N.Y. Office hours, 8 a.m to 8 p.m. Boston Dental Co. office first floor, arcade. Advertising cards. Lee, Arthur H 1870-01-01
Arthur Kenny, manufacturer of ladies', misses & children's peerless shoes. ... New York. Advertising cards. Kenny, Arthur 1876-01-01
Arthur Regan Combination in Augustin Daly's great success "7-20-8," or Casting the boomerang. ... Persons in the play ... n/a n/a 1883-01-01
Artistic printing & engraving Co. 17-19 Mill St. Rochester N.Y. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
As the eagle soars aloft towards the sun, so should our thoughts be directed towards heaven. This ticket is presented to [blank] as a reward for [blank] application to study. [blank] instructor. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Ash Street Theatre. Tuseday evening, April 28th, 1857 ... brilliant comedietta entitled A morning call ... to be followed by the gastronomic and bibacious pantomime, "Spiritual manifestations," ... to conclude with the amusing farce, Betsy Baker ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Asia. A good cabinet picture must be finely retouched . Don't be led astray on a fancy card. No charges for sending. ... Strunk, 730 Penn St., Reading Pa. Call and see our life size in crayon including 1 doz. of our best cabinets ... Advertising cards. Strunk, John D 1870-01-01
Ask for Brooklyn Pie Baking Co's ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ask for Purity kisses everybody likes them manufactured only by Goudy & Kent, Portland, Maine. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ask for purity kiss ... Manufactured only by Kent Factory, National Biscuit Company Portland, Maine. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ask for the braided edge Mexican hammock. n/a n/a 1881-01-01
Ask your dealer for the world's best shoe Nox 'em all. Agricultural building. n/a n/a 1893-01-01
Ask your dealer for the world's best shoe Nox 'em all. Art building. n/a n/a 1893-01-01
Ask your dealer for the world's best shoe Nox 'em all. Art building. n/a n/a 1893-01-01
Ask your dealer for the world's best shoe Nox 'em all. Horticultural building. n/a n/a 1893-01-01
Ask your dealer for the world's best shoe Nox 'em all. Illinois state building. n/a n/a 1893-01-01
Ask your dealer for the world's best shoe Nox 'em all. Machinery hall. n/a n/a 1893-01-01
Ask your dealer for the world's best shoe Nox 'em all. Mining building. n/a n/a 1893-01-01
Ask your dealer for the world's best shoe Nox 'em all. Pier and casino. n/a n/a 1893-01-01
Ask your dealer for the world's best shoe Nox 'em all. View looking south over the lagoon. n/a n/a 1893-01-01
Ask your druggist for Dr. Merriman's fragrant kalliodont for beautifying and preserving he teeth A.F. Merriman & Son., Oakland, Cal. U.S.A. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ask your druggist for Samuel Gerry & Co.'s Sapanule. ... Rheumatism, neuralgia, lumbago ... Relief from suffering ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ask your grocer for Brooks' Premium Chocolate, Brooks' German American Sweet, Sprague, Warner & Co., Chicago. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Assemblies, 1869. Patrons. Mrs. Chas. Francis Adams ... Managers. A.T. Perkins ... The managers request the honor of your subscription to four assemblies, to be given at Horticultural Hall, Friday January 1st, Thursday, January 14th, Thursday, January 21st, Thursday, February 4th, 1869. ... Invitations. Perkins, Augustus Thorndike, 1827-1891 1869-01-01
Astor House, New York, G.K. Lansing, manager. Allen & Dam, proprietors. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Astoria. Randalls Island. Harlem & Morrisania Consolidated Transportation Line freight received daily at pier 22, E.R. ... Office, Foot East 130th St, Harlem River. Thos. J. Mcgee, general freight agent. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
At B. Thurston & Co.'s printing house all kinds of printing are done in the very neatest style of the art. 111 Exchange Street, Portland. n/a n/a 1872-01-01
At Bradford and Read's 58 Cornhill may constantly be had Mr. Tesier's complete treatise on Merinos and other sheep... an extensive assortment of law, medicine, classics ... stationary. n/a n/a 1813-01-01
At Bradford and Read's 58 Cornhill may constantly be had various works on arts, agriculture, and commerce. ... n/a n/a 1811-01-01
At Bradford and Read's 58 Cornhill may constantly be had, Mr. Tessier's complete treatise on Merinos and other sheep ... an extensive assortment of law, medicine, classics ... school books ... n/a n/a 1811-01-01
At Brinley Hall! On Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, March 23, 24 and 25, 1848. The celebrated Ethiopian Serenaders! ... n/a n/a 1848-01-01
At Brinley Hall, Thursday evening, March 19th, 1846. The Rogers Family announce to the people of Worcester that they will give their second and last concert of vocal music at Brinley Hall ... n/a n/a 1846-01-01
At City Hall Newburyport. For one night only Thursday eve'g, Nov. 18. Furber's Minstrels, late the original Norton Brothers. ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
At Flagg's Hall Worcester. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, August 5th, 6th and 7th, 1850. Parker's Ethiopian Operatic Troupe! ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
At Flagg's Hall, Worcester. Change of programme Positively the last night in Worcester of Parker's Ethiopian Operatic Troupe! ... This Wednesday evening, August 7 ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
At Mechanics Hall ... Aug. 5th, '67 Tony & Billy Pastor's New Combination Troup ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
At Mechanics' Hall Worcester. ... On a flying trip! Positively but one night only! ... December 4th, 1867. Return visit of the popular gigantic Duprez & Benedict's Origininal New Orleans Minstrels Burlesque Opera Troupe & Brass Band ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
At Mechanics' Hall! Old Folks! Fifth season & 522nd concert of Father Kemp's The citizens of Worcester, are respectfully informed that arrangements have been made whereby the celebrated and popular choral and instrumental combination, known throughout the United States as Father Kemp's Old Folks Concert Company! consisting of ladies and gentlemen ... clad in costumes of by-gone years .. will appear in one of their popular home circles, or fireside rehersals! at Mechanics' Hall, on Saturday eve'g, Oct 8th, 1859 ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
At [blank] on [blank] eve'g. [blank] 1854. Concert by Luca Family: of vocal and instrumental music, assisted by Miss Allen, of New York, in a choice selection of popular compositions. ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
At [blank] on [blank] eve. [blank] 1854. Concert by Luca Family! of vocal and instrumental music, assisted by Miss Allen, of New York, in a choice selection of popular compositions. ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
At a legal meeting of the inhabitants of the town of Ipswich ... on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 1810, "for ... taking into consideration several petitions to the legislature ... for altering the session of the Supreme Judicial Court now established by law to be holden at Ipswich, and fixing it at Newburyport ... The committee ... reported the following remonstrance. To the honorable the Senate and the honorable the House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, in the General Court to be holden at Boston on the last Wednesday of May, A.D. 1810. n/a n/a 1810-01-01
At a meeting of sundry inhabitants of the county of Franklin, at the State-House, on Monday the 23d day of August, 1802, resolved as the opinion of this meeting, that it is expedient to procure a lot of ground, in the town of Frankfort, and to erect thereon a convenient church, or meeting-house. ... n/a n/a 1802-01-01
At a meeting of the Whigs of Boston and Charlestown, holden at the Old Supreme Court Room ... Committee will be holden at Whig Republican Hall ... Geo. Wm. Gordon, Wm. W. Wheildon, secretaries. August 6th, 1840. Invitations. Gordon, George William 1840-01-01
At the Temple Portsmouth, on Thursday evening, Jan. 27 [1853], the Excelsior Vocalists Miss M.E. Durgin, soprano, Miss A.W. Robinson, contralto, Mr. E.S. Durgin, tenor, Mr. J.B. Packard, basso, and Mr. D.S. Pennell, acompanist, respectfully announce one of their very popular entertainments. n/a n/a 1853-01-01
At the Temple, Portsmouth. For one night only Wednesday eve'g, Nov. [blank] Furber's Minstrels, late the original Norton Brothers. ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
At the Temple. The Festival of beauty, a cantata in five parts, will be performed this evening, Thursday, July 24, 1856. by 150 young ladies and misses, under the direction of Mr. D.S. Pennell, of Boston. ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
At the Temple. This afternoon & evening. The champion drummer! America's own. Master Benson A. English, better known to the public as the Infant Drummer! ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
At town hall! Medford, Tuseday evening, May 24th, 1859, ... a choice of entertainment consisting of dramatic readings, recitations, and imitations. ... To performance to conclude with the imitative scene from the comedy of Widow's victim!! ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Atkinson's Comedy Co. The urchin chastiser. To-night. The greatest success and funniest play on earth. Atkinson's Comedy Company in Peck's bad boy. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Atlantic Hotel, St. Johns, Newfoundland, first class accomodation, terms moderate. The most central & healthy position in the city. J.W. Foran, proprietor. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Atlantic and Mississippi Steamship Co. ... Great Republic ... Leaves on [Wednesday] the [14] inst. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Atlas Hotel Company, limited, Philadelphia, 52d St. & Elm Ave ... John Crump, general superintendent. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Atlas to Adams' Geography for the use of schools and academies. Containing the following maps; The world, North America, United States, New England, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa. n/a n/a 1814-01-01
Attention shippers! The grand and magnificent clipper ship Invincible ... Randolph M. Cooley & Co. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Attention! 2. Natick, [Nov 15] 185[5] Sir: you are hereby notified that a special meeting of "Eliot Engine Company," will be held at Engine Hall, on [Wednesday] next, at [6] o'clock, p.m. by order of the foreman, Stpehen Merrill ... Invitations. Merrill, Stephen 1855-01-01
Atwill & Snell, manufacturers and dealers in Atwill's portable hop press, Waterville, Oneida Co., N.Y. ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
August flower, cured your dyspepsia; now cure that cough with German syrup. Over ... Advertising cards. Green, G. G 1870-01-01
Augusta House, State Street, Augusta, Maine. Charles Milliken, proprietor. C.E. Sturtevant, clerk. Free coaches to and from trains and boats. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Aulay Brown's clothing store, no. 326 Market Street, south side, between Ninth and Tenth Streets, Philadelphia. Advertising cards. Brown, Aulay 1835-01-01
Aunt Betsy's green ointment, the best in the world. Cures piles, burns, scalds, cuts ... B.P. Furlong. N.Y. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Aunt Nabby. Our advertising agent. ... Pike's centennial salt rheum salve ... J.J. Pike & Co. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ausable Horse Nail Co. Manufactuers of hot forged & hammered, pointed horse nails ... Copyrighted Sept. 13, 1879. ... New York. ... n/a n/a 1879-01-01
Ausable House, Keeseville, N.Y. G.T. Thomas, proprietor. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Austin, Nichols & Co. Africa coffee. Morning glory roasted coffee. ... New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Authentic and interesting memoirs of Mrs. Clarke, from her infancy to the present time. Likewise, a brief account of Mr. Wardle's charges, relative to His Royal Highness the Duke of York: together with a summary of the evidence, as taken in the House of Commons. Illustrated with a beautiful portrait of Mrs. Clarke. n/a n/a 1809-01-01
Authentic and interesting memoirs of Mrs. Clarke, from her infancy to the present time. Likewise, a brief account of Mr. Wardle's charges, relative to His Royal Highness the Duke of York: together with the minutes of evidence, as taken in the House of Commons. From authentic documents. Illustrated with a beautiful portrait of Mrs. Clarke. n/a n/a 1809-01-01
Authentic and interesting memoirs of Mrs. Clarke, from her infancy to the present time. Likewise, a faithful account of Mr. Wardle's charges relative to His Royal Highness the Duke of York: together with a summary of the evidence, as taken in the House of Commons. From authentic documents. Illustrated with a beautiful portrait of Mrs. Clarke, from an original drawing. n/a n/a 1809-01-01
Authentic and interesting narrative. The story of an old soldier ... Proposals for printing by subscription The true history of the conquest of Mexico; by Captain Bernal Diaz del Castillo ... n/a n/a 1801-01-01
Autoharp patented May 9th 1882. Manufactured by C.F. Zimmerman Co. Dolgeville, N.Y. U.S.A. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Avoid smell avoid smoke. Burn the best oil! Which is trade mark Centennial 160 Fire Test Safety Oil Maverick Oil Co. 61 12 Broad St. Boston. ... Sold by all principal grocers. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Avoid smell. Avoid smoke. Burn the best oil which is Centennial 160 Fire Test Safety Oil trade mark registered. Maverick Oil Co. 61 12 Broad St. Boston. ... Awarded the highest prize at fair of Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, 1878. ... n/a n/a 1878-01-01
Awarded to [Jessie Pierson] by [M.C. Eliot] teacher. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Ayer's Hair Vigor for the toilet. Restores gray hair to its natural vitality and color. Prepared by J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. U.S.A. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ayer's Hair Vigor. A.H.V. for the toilet. ... Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., U.S.A. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ayer's Hair Vigor. Manufactured by J.C. Ayer & Co. Lowell, Mass. U.S.A. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ayer's ague cure. Manufactured by J.C. Ayer & Co. Lowell, Mass, U.S.A. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ayer's cathartic pills, a safe, pleasant and reliable family medicine. Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., U.S.A. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ayer's cherry pectoral, for the cure of coughs, colds, asthma, croup, bronchitis, whooping-cough, and consumption. Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., U.S.A. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ayer's cherry pectoral. Cures colds & coughs caused by changes in the weather. ... Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., U.S.A. ... n/a n/a 1886-01-01
Ayer's pills, universally popular. Prepared by J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., U.S.A. ... n/a n/a 1886-01-01
Ayer's sarsaparilla. J.C. Ayer's & Co. Lowell, Mass. U.S.A. "Grandma, see what I've brought you" ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
B. & W. Story. Importers of European goods, no. 13 Market Square, Boston. n/a n/a 1800-01-01
B. Kinsley & Co., boots, shoes, rubbers, &c, &c. No. 78 Merchants Exchange, Elm Street, Manchester, N.H. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
B. Nelson, jobber and retailer of millinery goods ladies' and misses' trimmed bonnets and hats, 62 West Fifth Street ... Cincinnati, O. Advertising cards. Nelson, B 1870-01-01
B. Reeves & Son, manufacturers of bedsteads and a general assortment of furniture, nos. 89 & 91 St. John St. & Philadelphia. n/a n/a 1860-01-01
B.A. Tucker designer & engraver on wood with Lockwood Sanford. 828 Chapel St. New Haven, Conn. Advertising cards. Tucker, B. A 1870-01-01
B.B. Wood, importer and dealer in watches, clocks, jewelry silver ware, &c. ... Boston ... Advertising cards. Wood, B. B 1843-01-01
B.B. at the music room of Wm. Sumner & Son. ... May 26, 1876 ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
B.B.B. saves labor and leather, makes everything supple. ... S.M. Bixby & Co. New York. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
B.D. Allen's chamber concerts ... Washburn Hall ... Jan. 4, 1870. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
B.D. Allen's chamber concerts. ... Washburn Hall ... Nov. 30th, 1869 ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
B.D. Harman. R.G. Mayo. Rockbridge Baths, Rockbridge Co., Va. ... Ball room, billiard and bowling alley are upon the premises. Sulphur and chalybeate water, also bath, free of charge to visitors. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
B.F. Moore & Co. Manufactures of home made pants double stiched and riveted. The Newport overalls coats and shirts Newport, Vt. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
B.J. Lang announces that Mendelssohn's First Walpurgis night will be given (for the first time in Boston ) at the Music Hall, on Saturday evening, May 3, 1862. ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
B.T. Babbit's 1776 Trade mark soap powder Beautiful tribute to women. ... Advertising cards. Babbitt, B. T 1870-01-01
B.T. Babbitt's 1776 Trade mark soap powder. Ahead of everything. Important information to the housewife. Please read carefully. How to use B.T. Babbitt's soap powder properly. ... Advertising cards. Babbitt, B. T 1870-01-01
B.T. Babbitt's 1776 Trade mark soap powder. New York A thing of worth is a joy forever. Important information to the housewife. Please read carefully. How to use B.T. Babbitt's soap powder properly. ... Advertising cards. Babbitt, B. T 1870-01-01
B.T. Babbitt's 1776 Trade mark soap powder. Takes the lead. Beautiful tribute to women. ... B.T. Babbitt's best soap and soap powder is admitted by both the trade and consumer, to be by far the best. ... Advertising cards. Babbitt, B. T 1870-01-01
B.T. Babbitt's 1776 trade mark New York. B.T. Babbit's baby soap. Only the purest vegetable oils used in its manufacture. ... Advertising cards. Babbitt, B. T 1864-01-01
B.T. Babbitt's 1776 trade mark New York. The Man. Bright golden day, that ever gave, the world a man who cared to save betimes the toil of womankind ... Advertising cards.; Poems -- 1864. Babbitt, B. T 1864-01-01
B.T. Babbitt's 1776 trade mark soap powder. New York Soars above them all. Beautiful tribute to women. ... Advertising cards. Babbitt, B. T 1870-01-01
B.T. Babbitt's 1776 trade mark. New York City. ... "Why is B.T. Babbitt like Shakespeare's characterization of mercy" ... Advertising cards. Babbitt, B. T 1870-01-01
B.T. Babbitt's best soap. Advertising cards. Babbitt, B. T 1870-01-01
B.T. Babbitt's best soap. ... Washington St. N.Y. A free use of Babbitt's soap will carry the state every time. ... Behold! You washing world; the soap, that lightens labor, brightens hope ... Advertising cards.; Poems -- 1870. Babbitt, B. T 1870-01-01
B.Y.M.C.A. Bazaar of the nations. The "Trade Soliciting Committee" will meet on Saturday, April 19th, at 5 1-2 o'clock., at the rooms of the association. ... Geo. P. Denny, chairman. ... Invitations. Denny, George Parkman 1873-01-01
B.Y.M.C.A. Bazaar of the nations. The bazaar committee will meet Monday, March 3, at 5 1-2 o'clock, at the association rooms, when the tables will be assighned, and important business be presented ... H. Floyd Faulkner, secretary. ... Invitations. Faulkner, H. Floyd 1875-01-01
Bachelor's ball. We the bachelors, and those intending to be bachelors ... have appointed Wednesday, 5th of February, 4 o'clock, p.m., 1845, as the time we are to meet, in general happiness, at the Assembly Room of David Wheeler, at the Ox Bow. [Mr. A. Streeter and lady ...] Managers: M.J. Cooper, D. Cook, D. Hamilton, S. Cummings ...Ox Bow, Jan. 24, 1845. Invitations. Cooper, N. J 1845-01-01
Back ache quickly cured by Carter's smart weed and Belladonna back ache plasters! ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bad digestion. Good digestion. Sea foam. ... Excellence. Gantz's sea foam cannot be excelled. ... To avoid dyspepsia, use Sea Foam. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bad soap has disgusted Aunty what will make her happy. Home sweet home is made sweeter and happier by the use of Kirkman's Genuine Borax Soap. Kirkman & Son. 30 Catharine St. N.Y. ... Lift the clothes from the tub and find out. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bailey & Co., 5 cent and 10 cent goods, 615 Washington St., Boston, Mass. The originators of the 5 cent stores in this country. ... importers, manufacturers, wholesale and retail dealers in 5, 10 and 25 cent goods ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bailey & Noyes, publishers, wholesale and retail, booksellers, stationers and bookbinders, 65, 58 & 68 Street, Portland, Me. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bal masque ... Mechanics Hall ... Feb'y 23, 1872. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Ball in honor of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. The company of is invited on the evening of the 18th inst. at 9 o'clock at the Boston Academy of Music. Frederic W. Lincoln Jr. Mayor. Edward Everett, David Sears, William Appleton, ... Boston 1st Octr 1860. ... Invitations. Lincoln, Frederic Walker, 1817-1898 1860-01-01
Ball in honor of the Prince de Joinville. ... Committee of invitation. Jonathan Chapman, Mayor ... Committee of arrangements. James Read ... Dancing committee. James Read ... Marshals. Enoch TRain ... United States Hotel, Oct. 22, 1841. ... Invitations. Chapman, Jonathan, 1807-1848 1841-01-01
Ball's Ccrsets with coiled wire spring elastic section. Revolution in corsets. Every corset warranted satisfactory or money returned. ...Chicago Corset Co., Chicago, Ill. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ball's corsets with coiled wirespring elastic section. Cupid whispers "Balls corsets are the best, wear none other." And so say the medical fraternity. ... Chicago Corset Co. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ball's health preserving corsets with coiled wire spring elastic section. Every corset warranted satisfactory or money returned. ...Chicago Corset Co., Chicago, Ill. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ball's health preserving corsets with coiled wire spring elastic section. Manufactured by Chicago Corset Co., Chicago, Ill. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ball--on the 27th September. The managers request the company of [Mrs. Russell] at Hathaway's Hall ... O. Fiske, R. Newton, J. Davis, E.D. Bangs, G. Burbank, S. Jennison. Sept. 15, 1821. Invitations. Fiske, O 1821-01-01
Ball. [Miss Catherine Stebbins is] requested to attend a ball at E. Chapin's Hall, ... Jonathan Dwight, Jr, Samuel Orne, David M. Bryant, Charles Howard, Wells Lathrop, Henry Dwight, managers. Springfield, Jan. 1, 1820. Invitations. Dwight, Jonathan 1820-01-01
Ballard House Exchange Hotel. Richmond, Va. J.L. Carrington. Proprietor corner 14th and Franklin Streets. Capacity, 800. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Ballard House Exchange Hotel. Richmond, Va. J.L. Carrington. Proprietor[.] Corner of Fourteenth and Franklin Streets. The Exchange and Ballard Hotels ... a n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Balmoral Hotel. Montreal H.W. Randolph. Manager ... Now under an entire change of management, is unrivalled by any hotel in Canada. ... Points of interest in and about Montreal. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Baltic House Hall ... Commencing Monday evening, January 1st, 1872, Fraser's Bohemian Troupe of fancy glass blowers! In their grand promenade and pleasing entertainments. One of the prominent featurues of this exhibition is the working of The glass steam engine! "Queen of beauty." n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Bank of industry will pay five merits to [Helen Cole. C.E. Cleveland] teach. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Bank of industry will pay one merit to [E. Janette Brown N.E. Eddy] teach. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Bank of industry will pay two merits to [Sam, E.F. Wingate] teach. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Bank of industry will pay two merits to [Sarah Pearsons S.M. Smith] teach. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Bank of industry will pay two merits to [a good scholar M. Leavitt] teach. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Bank of merit twenty shares of stock to the holder God offers reward, my teacher does the same--they both encourage me. I tried, and success crowned my efforts. 20 [Frank Warner] pupil. [M.L. Cook] teacher. XX n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Banks & Brothers, law booksellers, publishers and importers, 144 Nassau Street, New York. n/a n/a 1891-01-01
Banner high test pulverized lye ... Just what you want. ... Philadelphia. ... A woman needs a lye that she can use from garret to cellar ... Banner lye has been recommended to her by her doctor, neighbors and friends. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Barden Bros. Clothing boots, shoes and furnishings. No. Attleboro, Mass. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bardwell House, Rutland Vt. J.W. Cramton, proprietor. Good livery connected with the house. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bargains in men's and boy's fine clothing & furnishing goods, at the "Eagle," Washington, corner of Essex Street, Boston. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Barnabee Concert Troupe of Boston ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Barney & Berry's genuine New York club and American rink skates. ... Springfield, Mass. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Barnum's Aquarial Gardens, Boston, Aug. 27, 1862. Tropical fish for the Aquaria. Early this summer I sent an expedition to the tropical seas to obtain their gorgeously beautiful fish. It has returned, been properly successful, and the aquaria is now swarming with fifty beuatiful angel fish, magnificent peacock fish, or four-eyed cherubs ... [P T Barnum] ... Invitations. Barnum, P. T. (Phineas Taylor), 1810-1891 1862-01-01
Barnum's Museum ... Monday, Sept. 19th, 1864, afternoon at 3. Will be presented ... Love's disguises. ... Patriotic address. ... To conclude with the excellent new farce ... Jones' baby. ... Evening at 7 1-2 will be peformed ... Signet of King Solomon! Or The templar's daughter. ... Every morning at 11 will be peformed the very laughable piece ... entitled New Year's calls. ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Barr's Ice Cream and Dining Rooms, 384 Main St., Springfield, Mass. Wedding and other parties supplied with every requisite, at short notice. n/a n/a 1879-01-01
Barry & Fay's Comedy Co. "Muldoon's Picnic". Go and see the original and popular favorites, in their famous creation, Muldoon's picnic at opera house, Tuesday evening, Jan. 3, 1882. n/a n/a 1882-01-01
Barry's Tricopherous. Established 1801. The oldest and the best. Guaranteed to restore the hair to bald heads and to make it grow thick, long and soft. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Barry's Tricopherous. Established 1801. The oldest and the best. Guaranteed to restore the hair to bald heads and to make it grow thick, long and soft. ... A meritous tribute ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Barry's Tricopherous. Established 1801. The oldest and the best. Guaranteed to restore the hair to bald heads and to make it grow thick, long and soft. ... For diseases of ... the hair ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Barry's Tricopherous. Established 1801. The oldest and the best. Guaranteed to restore the hair to bald heads and to make it grow thick, long and soft. ... From the "military and argus." ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Barry's Tricopherous. Established 1801. The oldest and the best. Guaranteed to restore the hair to bald heads and to make it grow thick, long and soft. ... I was bald ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Barry's Tricopherous. Established 1801. The oldest and the best. Guaranteed to restore the hair to bald heads and to make it grow thick, long and soft. ... In almost every house ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Barry's Tricopherous. Established 1801. The oldest and the best. Guaranteed to restore the hair to bald heads and to make it grow thick, long and soft. ... The world, placed upon its guard ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Barry's Tricopherous. Established 1801. The oldest and the best. Guaranteed to restore the hair to bald heads and to make it grow thick, long and soft. ... To thicken and preserve the hair ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Barter & Kiernan, tow boat office, 36 South Street, N.Y. ... Sea, harbor and gate towing. ... A.K. Barter, no. 4 Willow St., Brooklyn. T.F. Kiernan, 147 Sussex St., Jersey City. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bartlett & Mowry, dealers in paper, paper stock, cotton waste and old metals. 160 Commerce Street, Hartford, Conn. ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Bartlett & Stone, European and American, piece goods, no. 26, Kilby Street, Boston. n/a n/a 1826-01-01
Bassett's horehound troches. Manufactured by the Bassett Horehound Troche Co. Rochester, N.Y. ... If you have a cough ... cold ... throat is sore, use them. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Batchelder & Wood railway steam printing works 159 Washington Street, Boston. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Bates House Rutland Vt. J.M. Haven -- proprietor ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Bathing by electric light at Manhattan Beach. Manhattan Beach, Coney Island, by the way of Bay Ridge. Steamers Thos. Collyer, D.R. Martin, Twilight. Time Table. ... Starin's Excursions. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bay City Stone Co. Manufacturer of monuments, tombstones and headstones. In marble and granite. ... Bay City, Michigan. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bay Ridge Landing. Manhattan Beach, Coney Island, by the way of Bay Ridge. Steamers Thos. Collyer, D.R. Martin, Twilight. Time Table. ... Starin's Excursions. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bay State English Opera Company, composed principally of the late members of the New England Opera Troupe ... Mechanics Hall ... April 13 [1876] ... The bohemian girl. ... Opinions of the press. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Bay State Suspender pat. Nov 1, 1870. Whole web. The world properly suspended. For sale by Geo. W. Hallett & Co. Dealers in hats, caps, clothing and a general assortment of gent's furnishing goods, trunk valises, traveling bags, umbrellas, & c., 119 Lincoln Street, - - Boston. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bay State Suspender. Pat. Nov. 1, 1870. Whole web. The world properly suspended. For sale at Bay State Popular One Price Clothing House, and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, 219 State Street, -- New Haven, Conn. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bazin & Appleton, at store no. 16 Cornhill -- Boston ... a general assortment of hard-ware goods. ... [July 30th 1807] ... n/a n/a 1807-01-01
Be it remembered, that I, Eliphalet Slack, of Seekonk, in the county of Bristol, and commonwealth of Massachusetts, Esquire, being of sound and perfect mind and memory, do make and ordain this my last will and testament ... Broadsides.; Wills. Slack, Eliphalet, 1743-1826 1825-01-01
Be sure & visit Ehrichs' grand display of Christmas and holiday goods, season of 1882. ... n/a n/a 1882-01-01
Be sure of one thing! Find Haynes & Co., for mens or boys clothing, Springfield. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Beach view at the Point of Pines ... Chelsea Beach. The most attractive summer shore pleasure resort in the world. Eight miles from Boston on the Atlantic ocean. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Beals & Wilder, dealers in boots, shoes and slippers. ... 84 Main St., Brockton, Mass. Weather signals as displayed in Beals & Wilder's show window ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Beals, Torrey & Co. Makers of boots & shoes. Milwaukee, Wis. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Beals, Torrey & Co. Makers of boots & shoes. Milwaukee, Wis. ... To all wearers of boots and shoes in the great northwest. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Beals, Torrey & Co. Makers of boots & shoes. Milwaukee, Wis. For sale by [McLush & Brown Ruby] ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Beals, Torrey & Co. Milwaukee, Wis. ... To all wearers of boots and shoes in the great northwest. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Beals, Torrey & Co. makers of boots & shoes ... Milwaukee, Wis., U.S.A. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Beat that, if you can. Lautz Bro's & Co.'s Stearine soap. Buffalo, N.Y. n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Beatty's Famous 27 Stop Beethoven Organs Washington New Jersey, send for catalogue. Advertising cards. Beatty, Daniel F 1870-01-01
Beatty's organs and pianos. Washington, New Jersey. ... Daniel F. Beatty's manufactory corner Railroad Ave. and Beatty Street, Washington, New Jersey. ... Advertising cards. Beatty, Daniel F 1870-01-01
Beeson's aromatic alum sulphur soap. Beeson's medicinal carbolic soap. "What is the matter with that coachman?" "O pap, I only told him to bring me along a box of: Dreydoppel's Borax Soap." ... Advertising cards. Dreydoppel, William 1885-01-01
Beethoven Society ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Beethoven memorial concert, Washburn Hall ... Decem. 27, 1870. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Beethoven's fifth symphony in C minor. ... [Mechanics Hall] n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Before it is too late. Mamma dear! I want you to get for me the beautiful portfolios of the "Wild Flowers of America" ... n/a n/a 1880-01-01
Before using the Great A & P Tea Co's coffee with A & P condensed milk. ... The Great A & P Tea Co's coffee ... n/a n/a 1888-01-01
Beiermeister & Spicer, manufacturers of the trade mark double celebrated patent seamless fold Anchor brand shirts, collars & cuffs, Troy, N.Y. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Belcher & Eastburn. Taylors & habit makers. No. 5 Court Street Boston ... n/a n/a 1807-01-01
Bell House, Knoxville, Tenn. Centrally located. First class fare. Large airy rooms, well furnished. H. Asher, proprietor. Formerly proprietor of Gibson House, Cincinnati, Ohio, and McClurg House, Wheeling, Va. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bell's sarsaparilla, the great spring medicine. Only 50 cents per bottle. Richelieu. Champion cat of New England. Bangor, Me. ... 1884. n/a n/a 1884-01-01
Bell-cap-sic plasters give quick relief from pain. Don't suffer, a trial will convince. Get genuine with picture of a bell. ... J.M. Grosvenor & Co. ... Boston, proprietors of Bell-cap-sic plasters. n/a n/a 1899-01-01
Bell-cap-sic plasters give quick relief from pain. Don't suffer, a trial will convince. Get genuine with picture of a bell. ... No family should be without bell-cap-sic plasters ... J.M. Grosvenor & Co. ... Boston, proprietors of Bell-cap-sic plasters. n/a n/a 1899-01-01
Bell-cap-sic plasters. "Cure like a magic touch." ... Quick relief from pain. ... J.M. Grosvenor & Co. ... Boston, proprietors of Bell-cap-sic plasters. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Belle-vue Gardens foot of 80th Street, East River. "It is our opening day." Grand concert ... John Barlow, manager. n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Bellevue House, Newport, Vermont. H. Bean, proprietor. A good livery stable connected with the house. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Belmont Hotel and Dining Rooms, 133 & 135 Fulton St. at popular prices, J.P. Richards Prop'r. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Below we hand you list of prices for our cotton canvas dryer felt ... G. DeWitt, Bro. & Co., 90 John St., New York. Nov. 17, 1875. n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Benefit of the Boston North End Mission. Mechanics Hall ... March 23d, 1874. Mr. Nelson Varley's grand ballet concert ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Benevolent visit. 1861. Yourself and friends are respectfully invited to attend a benevolent visit, to be given to the Rev. J. Millard, Pastor of the M.E. Church of Matteawan and Fishkill Landing, ... Thursday, Nov. 14, 1861. ... committee: Mr. James Ackerman, J.P. Worden, S.A. McKinley ... Invitations. Ackerman, James, 1820-1898 1861-01-01
Benj. B. Appleton, at store no. 26, Union-Street -- Boston, imports and sells, at the lowest price for cash, a general assortment of hardware goods, brushes, &c. &c. Advertising cards. Appleton, Benjamin B 1790-01-01
Benj. January, stationers & bookbind'r at the sign of the Bible dove [in Front Street] Philadelph'a ... Advertising cards. January, Benjamin, d. 1803 1790-01-01
Benjamin H. Bristow. His life and public services. Campaign literature -- 1876 -- Republican -- Massachusetts -- Boston.; Campaign biographies. Chandler, Parker Cleaveland, 1848-1908 1876-01-01
Benjamin J. Tilley, newspaper, sheet music, and periodical depot, no. 122 Thames Street, Newport, R.I. Advertising cards. Tilley, Benjamin J 1840-01-01
Benjamin Loring & Co. Blank book manufacturers, stationers, chart & nautical booksellers, 122, State Street ... Boston. n/a n/a 1830-01-01
Bennett & Marr, wholesale and retail dealers in ready-made clothing of every description, gents' furnishing goods, hats, caps, trunks, umbrellas, rubber and oiled clothing, and a full assortment of fishermen's Outfits, no. 157 Front Street, Gloucester, Mass. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Berger Family and Sol Smith Russell season of 1875-'76. 7th annual tour. Concert Company ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Berkshire ball. Mr. [G.W. Bacon] and lady are respectfully invited to attend The Berkshire ball, to be given at the new and spacious factory of Pollock & Hathaway, in South Adams, Mass. On Thursday evening, March 4, 1847. Managers: H.L. Dawes, A.F. Wilmarth, Wm. Hodskin, ... S. W. Bowerman, Sec'y. Invitations. Bowerman, S. W 1847-01-01
Bernardston, Mass., Aug. 12, 1857. Sir: the "Powers Institute," --a new literary institution in this town, will be dedicated on Tuesday, the first day of September next. ... Henry W. Cushman ,,, Invitations. Cushman, Henry Wyles, 1805-1863 1857-01-01
Best & Co. Liliputian Bazaar 60 & 62 West 23d St. New York everything for childrens wear from hats, to shoes. Clearing sale! ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Best & Company 60 West 23d St. B'twn 5th & 6th Ave's Liliputian Bazaar everything for children's wear. ... Albert Best. James A. Smith. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Best & Company 60 West 23d St. B'twn 5th & 6th Ave's Liliputian Bazaar everything for children's wear. ... Albert Best. James A. Smith. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Best in the world for the money, Smith's ... Advertising cards. Smith, E. R 1870-01-01
Best material. Atwood & Kingh, fine hand sewed boots, shoes and slippers 1035 Walnut Street Philadelphia. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Best material. Reynolds Brothers ... S.M. & M.E. Heller ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Best of all shoes are Standard screw fastened ... Scott Tinkham & Co. ... Quechee, Vt. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Best of all shoes are standard screw fastened ... Geo. C. Strong ... New London, Conn. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Best quality longest length. India roll braid. No. 61 full measure 3 34 yards. A larger assortment of colors to be had than in any brand. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bestor's golden pens. ... S.J. Bestor ... Gold pens, pen cases, pencils, &c. ... Hartford, Conn. ... Advertising cards. Bestor, S. J 1870-01-01
Beware of cheap imitations. Hauthaway's peerless gloss for ladies & childrens boots and shoes. ... C.L. Hauthaway & Sons, Boston, Mass. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Beware of imitation. Prussian salve is the only positive cure. It is known to have cured corns and bunions over thirty years standing. ... Patented Sept. 22d, 1874. ... Philadelphia, PA. ... Advertising cards. Richelderfer, J. H 1874-01-01
Beware of imitations! ... Sutherland ... These good can be bought of Winch Bros. ... Boston. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Beware of imitators copyright 1896 by H.L. Hildreth, Boston. ... Advertising cards. Hildreth, H. L 1896-01-01
Beware the bull. Knight & Howland, printers and engravers, New Bedford, Mass. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bible atlas[.] n/a n/a 1819-01-01
Bible certificate. Of school no. [blank] is entitled to cts. For chapters committed to memory. " For punctual attendance the past month. " For good behaviour. To be paid in Bibles and Testaments. } Visiter. Dated, 18. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Bible warehouse, and theological & miscellaneous bookstore. Cornhill no. 53 Lincoln & Edmands, printers & booksellers. n/a n/a 1815-01-01
Bible. English. Authorized. 1807 n/a n/a 1807-01-01
Bible. English. Authorized. 1811 n/a n/a 1811-01-01
Bible. English. Authorized. 1812 n/a n/a 1812-01-01
Bible. English. Authorized. 1819 n/a n/a 1819-01-01
Bible. N.T. English. Douai. 1805 n/a n/a 1805-01-01
Bible. N.T. Epistles. English. Macknight. 1810 n/a n/a 1810-01-01
Biddeford House, Biddeford, Me. F. Yates, proprietor. Rates, $2 a day. ... Yates House, Biddeford Pool, Me. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bidwell & Locke's Dramatic Company. Shaw's Hall. Programme this even'g, Wednesday, Feb. 3d. [1869]. The celebrated play called the Octoroon, or Life in the south as it was. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Biliousine is a sure cure for sick-headache, dyspepsia, constapation, indigestion, sour stomach, hearburn & c. ... Snow & Earle, sole agents, Providence, R.I. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bill of the play for The Grand Opera House. ... For the week ending June 14, 1873. ... "Ruy Blas." ... last matinee and last night of the season. And farewell appearance of Mr. Charles Fechter. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Bill of the play. Academy of Music ... Wednesday evening, Feb. 24, 1875. ... Grand opera ball ... The grand bal d'opera is given for the foundation of a school of art ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Biographical memoirs of Lord Viscount Nelson, with observations critical and explanatory. [One line Latin motto] By John Charnock, Esq. F.S.A. Author of The biographia navalis, and The history of marine architecture, &c. &c. Biographies.; Publishers' advertisements -- New York (State) -- New York.; Intaglio prints.; Bookplates (Provenance). Charnock, John, 1756-1807 1806-01-01
Bird's-eye view of Melville Garden, Downer Landing. The "Rocky Point of Boston." Melville Garden, Downer landing, Boston Harbor. ... One of the finest harbor resorts in New England. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Birds eye view of the International exhibition buildings, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia 1876. n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Bixby's "Best" ... S.M. Bixby & Co., New York ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bixby's "Best" ... S.M. Bixby & Co., New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bixby's "Royal polish" ... S.M. Bixby & Co. New York. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bixby's "Three bee" blacking ... Design copyright 1889 by S.M. Bixby & Co. ... n/a n/a 1889-01-01
Bixby's "royal polish" ... S.M. Bixby & Co., New York ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bixby's Best ... S.M. Bixby & Co. ... New York ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bixby's Best shoe blacking ... S.M. Bixby & Co., New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bixby's Royal polish ... S.M. Bixby & Co. New York. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bixby's Royal polish ... S.M. Bixby & Co. New York. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bixby's Royal polish ... S.M. Bixby & Co. New York. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Blackman & Co., general shipping office and seamen's boarding house, 1534 Richmond Street, Philadelphia, ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Blair's medicated prunes for habitual constipation. Henry C. Blair's Sons. Apothecaries. Philadelphia. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Blair's prepared wheat food. A nutritious diet for infants and invalids. ... Henry C. Blair's Sons, Eighth and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Blair's specialties in staple stationery are all perfect. We all use Blair's footprint pencil tablets. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Blanche. A tribute to the memory of Blanche Hunter, who died at Georgetown, D.C., March 28, 1864. Elegies. Janvier, Francis De Haes, 1817-1885 1864-01-01
Blank book and stationery warehouse, 7 & 9 Water & 31 Devonshire Sts. J. & W. McAdams, manufacturers of patent paged and headed account books ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Blank book manufacturers, and fancy bookbinders, 75 State-Street, 2d story ... Albany. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Blessed are the merciful. A reward of merit From [blank] To [blank] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Blessed are the merciful. A reward of merit from [Aunt Martha] to [Charles Arnold] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Blessed are the merciful. A reward of merit from [blank] to [blank] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Blessedness of the Saints [microform] a sermon, delivered on the Lord's day at the funeral of Captain Joseph Starr, who departed this life April the 3d, 1802, in the 76th year of his age by John Ely. Funeral sermons -- 1802. Ely, John, 1763-1827 1802-01-01
Blessedness of the pious dead [microform] a sermon preached in Winthrop, at the interment of Mrs. Elizabeth Fillebrown, consort of the Hon. Thomas Fillebrown ... by Eliphalet Gillet. Funeral sermons -- 1817. Gillet, Eliphalet, 1768-1848 1817-01-01
Blessing of peace horrors of war the reward of merit. The bearer M[iss SM Gore] receives this as a token of the praise [blank] merits for h[er] diligence and good attention to h[er] studies in school. [HM Williams] ins.tr[ess]. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Blessing of peace horrors of war the reward of merit. The bearer M[r Wm Gray] receives this as a token of the praise [he] merits for h[is] diligence and good attention to h[is] studies in school. [John H. Knight.] Instr. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Blessings of peace horrors of war the reward of merit. The M[blank] receives this as a token of the praise [blank] merits for h[blank] diligence and good attention to h[blank] studies in school. [blank] Ins. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Blessings of peace horrors of war the reward of merit. The bearer [Miss A. Hall.] Receives this as a token of the praise [blank] merits for h[blank] studies in school. [M.T. Brigham] instr. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Blind Tom's concerts at Mechanics Hall ... September 23, 1868 ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Blind man's concert ... At City Hall, Portland, Thursday eve'g, Jan. 26, 1865 ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Blissful dreams assured by using Warner Bros. coraline corsets. ... Patented Nov. 27th 1878, April 20th and Nov. 23d 1880 ... For sale by Conant & Gordon, West Gardner, Mass. n/a n/a 1880-01-01
Bliven & Douglass, american hardware commission merchants, no. 5 Platt Street, (near Pearl Street), New York. ... n/a n/a 1840-01-01
Blodget, Clarke & Brown, importers and dealers in foreign and domestic hardware & cutlery, no. 29 Pearl Street, Boston. ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
Blodgett Glove Company. Manufacturers of every variety of of buck gloves. Ashland & Plymouth N.H. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Blossom, Hayne & Co. Brokers in naval stores. 164 Front St., New York [July 9] 187[4] market quotations. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Blue Seal Vaseline 1876. Gold medal at Paris exposition 1889 ... Chesebrough Manufacturing Comp. ... New York, U.S.A. ... n/a n/a 1889-01-01
Board $1.50 per day; longer than one day at less rates. F.W. Pierce proprietor of the Pierce House Court Street, Middlebury, Vermont. Good stable connected with the house, and livery furnished when requested. Free carriage to depot. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Board of Education, New York, July, 1858. You are respectfully invited to attend the commencement of the Normal Schools, at the Academy of Music, on Thursday next, July 22d, ... W.B. Eager, Jr. William M. Tweed, John R. Lydecker. ... executive committee on normal schools. ... Invitations. Eager, W. B 1858-01-01
Boarding. Mrs. Ely, no. 4 Sands Street, Brooklyn ... Advertising cards. Ely, Mrs 1870-01-01
Boardman & Hart manufacturers of Britannia block-tin and pewter ware, no. 6 Burling Street New York ... n/a n/a 1834-01-01
Boger & Welsh proprietors. Universal book and job printing office, 752 Penn Street, Reading, PA. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bonney's Hotel, only 3 minutes walk to post office and R.R. depots. George W. Warner, -- proprietor. Corner of Washington and Carroll Sts. Buffalo, N.Y. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Book & job printing. Commercial blanks, &c. Edgar W. Davies, no. 65 Broad Street, handsomely prints every description of books, pamphlets, blanks, cards, &c. ... Advertising cards. Davies, Edgar W 1826-01-01
Book Agency, 71 Chamber - St., Irving House, New-York, July 10th, 1851 ... under the new postag law it becomes necessary for all papers to be sent to bona-fide subscribers ... Charles B. Norton, agent for libaries. Invitations. Norton, Charles B. (Charles Benjamin), 1825-1891 1851-01-01
Book and job printing promptly executed by S.N. Dickinson, 52 Washington St. Boston. Advertising cards. Dickinson, Samuel N. (Samuel Nelson), 1801-1848 1840-01-01
Book and job printing. John S. March, no. 8 Wilson's Lane, rear of the Merchants' Bank, Boston. ... Advertising cards. March, John S 1820-01-01
Book mark ... The German-American Coffee Company. General office, 100 406 Greenwich St., New York City. Chicago office, 100 Washington St. Des Moines office, 300 Observatory Bldg. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Book mark Bunker Hill Monument corner stone laid by Gen. LaFayette June 17 1825 ... Poole Pianos. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Book work, fine or plain and job printing, of every description ... S.N. Dickinson, at no. 52 Washington Street, Boston. ... Advertising cards. Dickinson, Samuel N. (Samuel Nelson), 1801-1848 1846-01-01
Book work, fine or plain, and job printing ... S.N. Dickinson, at no. 52 Washington Street, Boston. ... Advertising cards. Dickinson, Samuel N. (Samuel Nelson), 1801-1848 1846-01-01
Book-binding. Stereotyping. Morrill, Silsby & Co. Publishers, binders and booksellers. n/a n/a 1844-01-01
Bookmark. Compliments -- of -- the A.B. Chase Co. manufacturers of strictly high grade pianos that "have no superior" if any equal. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Books & stationary, Leonard C. Bowles. Valuable books -- cheap ... Advertising cards.; Poems -- 1876. Bowles, Leonard Crocker, 1796-1876 1832-01-01
Books and stationary. G. and C. Merriam, Springfield, Mass. offer for sale a general assortment of Bibles, hymn books, school, classical, and miscellaneous books & stationary. ... n/a n/a 1840-01-01
Books bound and sold gilt or plain by Andrew Barclay, next door but one north of Three Kings, in Cornhill Boston. Advertising cards. Barclay, Andrew, 1738-1823 1765-01-01
Books containing the words and music of the Hampton students' slave songs ... College Hall, Amherst, Oct. 20 [1873] ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Books, bound and sold, gilt or plain, by Andrew Barclay, next door but one to the sign of the Three Kings in Cornhill Boston. Advertising cards. Barclay, Andrew, 1738-1823 1764-01-01
Books, for choirs, singing-schools and musical societies. For sale at the office of musical visitor ... 8 Court Square Boston, Mass. David's Harp. Or, the Boston Sabbath School Song Book. Advertising cards. Day, H. W. (Hartley W.) 1835-01-01
Books, stationary, blank work, &c. Bound and sold by Oliver D. Cooke, Hartford. ... Advertising cards. Cooke, Oliver Dudley, 1766-1833 1802-01-01
Booth's Theatre ... Mr. Edwin Booth respectfully announces Wednesday evening, February 3, 1869, at the opening night of its theatre, with the performance of Shakespeare's tragedy of Romeo and Juliet: ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Booth's Theatre Bulletin. Week ending May 17, 1873. ... the grand and historical drama of Amy Robsart ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Booth's Theatre Bulletin. Week ending May 24, 1873. ... the grand historical and romantic drama of Amy Robsart ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Booth's Theatre [April 1869] ... Othello ... Benefit and last appearance but one of Miss Marcy McVicker ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Booth's Theatre [March 1870] ... "A new way to pay old debts." ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Borden's condensed milk ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boschee's German syrup. Coughs, colds & consumption. Green's August flower for dyspepsia & biliousness. ... Advertising cards. Green, G. G 1870-01-01
Boss' lunch milk biscuit ... C.D. Boss & Son, cracker manufactory New London, Connecticut. ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Boss' lunch milk biscuit ... C.D. Boss & Son, cracker manufactory New London, Connecticut. ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Boston Academy of Music ... Benefit of Mrs J.B. Barrow .... Wednesday evening, Feb. 26, '62, will be presented Sheridan's sterling comedy, in 5 acts, of the Rivals! Or,--A trip to Bath! ... To conclude with the beautiful comedy entitled Perfection! Or, That maid of Munster ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Academy of Music ... Cooke's Royal Amphitheatre! ... The entertainment will commence with ... The bronze horse! ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Academy of Music ... Engagement of Edwin Forrest ... Who will appear as Jack Cade! ... Monday evening, Oct'r 21st, 1861, will be performed ... celebrated tragedy, entitled Jack Cade! The bondman of Kent! ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Academy of Music ... Engagement of Mr Edwin Forrest his either appearance in Boston in five years ... On Wednesday evening, Oct. 16, '61, will be performed Bulwer's popular play, in 5 acts of Richelieu! or the conspiracy! ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Academy of Music ... Favorite comedian, Mr John E. Owens, for positively one night only ... Monday evening, March 3d, '62, will be presented Coleman's comedy , in 5 acts, of the Poor gentleman ... To entertainment will conclude with the popular play, entitled the People's lawyer ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Academy of Music ... Fifth night of the grand combination! On Friday evening, April 25th, 1862, will be presented O'Keefe's comedy, in 5 acts, of Wild oats! or the strolling gentleman ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Academy of Music ... Grand combination of eminent dramatic artists. ... Wednesday evening, April 30, 1862 will be presented the standard 5 act comedy, entitled Speed the plough! ... At the end of act second, a country dance by all the characters ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Academy of Music ... Saturday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Last appearance of Miss Charlotte Cushman, the greatest living actress .... Will be performed, "The grandest connection of human genius," Shakespeare's tragedy of Macbeth! ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Academy of Music ... Second week of the engagement of Miss Charlotte Cushman the greatest living actress who will appear in her world-renowned character of Meg Merrilies! ... This Wednesday evening, December 5, 1860, will be performed ... the musical play of Guy Mannering! Or The gipsy's prophecy. In the course of the play, the following pieces of music ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Academy of Music ... The entertainment will commence with ... The bronze horse! ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Academy of Music ... Thursday evening, Feb. 20, '62, will be presented, with a distribution of characters which cannot be surpassed by any theatre in the world, Shakspeare's sublime tragedy of Hamlet ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Academy of Music ... benefit of Wm. Wheatley ... On Friday evening, May 2d, 1862, will be presented ... Farquhar's comedy of Inconstant! Or--Wine works wonders ... To conclude with the comic drama of Toodles ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Academy of Music. ... April 2, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Academy of Music. Fifth concert, Saturday evening, Jan. 3, 1846. n/a n/a 1846-01-01
Boston Academy of Music. Fifth concert. Saturday evening, January 25, 1845. n/a n/a 1845-01-01
Boston Academy of Music. First concert, Saturday evening, Oct. 25, 1845. n/a n/a 1845-01-01
Boston Academy of Music. Italian opera. ... April 10, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Academy of Music. Italian opera. ... April 3, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Academy of Music. Italian opera. ... Feb. 11 ... February 12 [1863] ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Boston Academy of Music. Last appearance of the Ravels in Boston ... Benefit of Young America ... The inimitable brothers Gabriel and Francois in great characters! ... Saturday afternoon--Sept. 8th, 1860, first time of the roaring comic pantomime, entitled The Coopers ... First time of the amusing divertisement, entitled The belle of Madrid ... First time, a laughable pantomime sketch, arranged for this occasion by Gabriel Ravel, entitled Marmoset or, The mischevious monkey! ... With ... the beautiful and graceful performance, entitled Alcide astonishing performances by Young America ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Academy of Music. Last night of the incomparable Ravels Gabriel, Francois, and their famed troupe ... Friday evening,--August 31st, 1860, last night of the grand fairy specatcle and comic pantomime, entitled Asphodel or, The magic pen! ... First night of the new and beautiful ballet divertisement, entitled La prima Donna ... First night of the most laughable pantomime, entitled The schoolmaster! Or, The mischievous boy. ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Academy of Music. Last nights! Last nights! of the wonderful Ravels Gabriel, Francois, and their famed troupe ... Wednesday evening,--August 29th, 1860, third night of the grand fairy spectacle and comic pantomime, entitled Asphodel or, The magic pen! ... With ... the very laughable pantomime of The secret marriage or, Whose child is it? ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Academy of Music. Second concert, Saturday evening, Nov. 8, 1845. n/a n/a 1845-01-01
Boston Academy of Music. The comparable Ravel. First appearance in three years of the renowned Gabriel Ravel and his merry troupe! ... The world's wonder Young America on the flying trapeze! ... Monday evening, -- Sept. 15, 1862, Will be presented the comic pantomime of the Four lovers! ... To conclude with the three flying trapeze a la leotard, by young America . This evening's entertainments will commence with, 1st time, a roaring farce, entitled 'Twas I! ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Academy of Music. Third concert, Saturday evening, Nov. 22, 1845. n/a n/a 1845-01-01
Boston Academy of Music. Third week of the engagement of Miss Charolette Cushman the greatest living actress ... Tuseday evening, December 11th, 1860, will be presented, for the second time in three years, Shakspeare's beautiful tragedy of Romeo and Juliet! Produced with splendid new scenery, and a great cast ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Aquarial and Zoological Gardens! ... March 18, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Copper weather vanes, iron crestings, lighting rods ... Manufactured by Harris & Co., 54 Bromfield Street, Boston. ... n/a n/a 1881-01-01
Boston Crystal Gelatine ... The most jelly for the least money absolutely pure. Crystal Gelatine Company Boston, Mass. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Electric Co. 548 Washington St., Boston, Mass. Electric gas lighting, electric bells and burglar alarms. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Electric Co. manufacturers, importers and dealers in electric light, telephone, telegraph, fire alarm and electric railway apparatus and supplies ... 29 Harrison Avenue Extension, Boston, Mass. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Glass Manufactory. South Boston flint glass. Chelmsford glass ... n/a n/a 1825-01-01
Boston Museum ... 24th dramatic season ... August 13th, 1866 ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Museum ... 33d & 34th times of the successful comedy Our American cousin! ... April 7th, 1859 ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Museum ... 3d week of the great sensational play, entitled The angel of midnight! ... Sept'r 30th, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... 47th and last week of the season. ... July 1st 1872 ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Boston Museum ... 47th week & last of the season. Benefit of Mr. W.H. Smith! ... July 2d, 1858 ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Museum ... A glorious bill. Mr. W. Warren -- in -- two great characters ... May 9 [1855] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... A great bill! Two glorious pieces! ... April 30, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... Anniversary benefit. Great combination of talent in aid of the Boston Museum Dramatic Fund Association ... April 28th [1855] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Annual benefit of Miss Fanny Brown. Last night but two of the favorite comedienne, Miss E. Raymond ... June 14th, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Another new Benedix comedy! ... Dec. 8th, 1864 ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Museum ... Another novelty! ... October 31st, and November 3d, 1866 ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Museum ... April 20th, 1860; Testimonial W.H. Smith from the citizens of Boston ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... April 23, 1867 ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Museum ... Attraction and novelty! Benefit of Mr W. Warren! ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit and last appearance of Mrs. Virginia Cunningham! ... June 25th, 1858 ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit and last night of Miss Bateman ... Feb. 21st, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit and last night of Miss Bateman ... Feb. 21st, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit and positively last night of the fairy star, Miss Agnes Robertson ... June 27th, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Annie Milner. Engagement of the Cooper Opera Troupe! ... March 9th, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Boston Provident Association! On which occasion, Miss Agnes Robertson volunteers her most valuable aid ... Mar. 18th [1854] ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of C.W. Couldock ... May 17th, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of J.H. Ring prompter! Positively last night but two of the fairy star, Miss Agnes Robertson ... June 25, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Miss Ada Gilman ... March 25, 1870 ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Miss Agnes Robertson ... March 17th, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Miss Annie Clarke ... November 2d, 1866 ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Miss C. Richings ... October 14, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Miss Eliza Logan ... June 2d, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Miss Eliza Logan ... November 9th, 1855 ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Miss Eliza Logan. ... April 17th, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Miss Joey Gougenheim! ... May 4th, 1860 ... May 7th, 1860, the celebrated and talented Miss Joey Gougenheim ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Miss Kate Reignolds ... October 15th, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Mr. E.F. Keach ... Feb. 20th, 1863 ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Mr. H.C. Cooper. Positively last performance but one of the Cooper Opera Troupe! ... March 16th, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Mr. J. Davies ... April 10, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Mr. J.A. Smith ... May 13th, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Mr. J.W. Wallack, Jr. ... January 18th, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Mr. R.F. McClannin ... October 24th, 1864 ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Mr. W. Warren ... March 28th, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Mr. W.H. Smith ... October 20th, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Mrs Barrett ... May 16th, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Mrs Barrow ... Jan. 11th, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Mrs H. Bascom! ... Jan. 29th, 1858 ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Mrs J.R. Vincent ... June 15th, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Benefit of Thos. Joyce (costumer.) ... April 2d, 1862. ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... Brilliant success and second week of the new comedy ... November 7, 1870 ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Museum ... Complete success of The Colleen Bawn. The star combination cast. C.W. Couldock as Danny Mann. ... May 23d, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... Complimentary benefit of Misses Mary and Ellen Wright! ... May 21, 1859 ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Museum ... Complimentary benefit tendered by his friends to Mr. Julius Eichberg ... April 18th, 1863 ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Boston Museum ... Complimentary benefit to Miss Agnes Robertson ... March 24th, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... December 24, 1853. ... 2 grand performances of the superb spectacle, The talisman! ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... December 27, 1870 ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Museum ... Dr. J.S. Jones' popular domestic local play, The silver spoon! ... June 24, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of Charles Dillon ... April 15, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of Miss Kate Reignolds for one week only! ... May 1, 1867 ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of the Boston favorite! Mrs W.C. Gladstane ... Feb. 24th, 1859 ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of the Cooper Opera Troupe! ... March 5th, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of the Cooper Opera Troupe! ... March 8th, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of the brilliant American prima donna, Miss Caroline Richings and the eminent artist, Mr. Peter Richings ... April 14th, 1863 ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of the brilliant and accomplished artiste, Mrs. Hoey ... June 13th, 1859 ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of the celebrated American actress, Miss Eliza Logan ... Sept 20 [1856] ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of the eminent American actress Mrs Farren ... April 21th, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of the eminent American actress, Miss Eliza Logan. ... April 21st, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of the eminent artiste, Miss Agnes Robertson ... January 26, '54 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of the eminent artiste, Miss Agnes Robertson ... January 27th, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of the favorite fairy star, Miss Agnes Robertson ... June 9, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of the popular vocalist and actress, Miss Caroline Richings aided by her father, the sterling and veteran artist, Mr. Peter Richings ... Feb. 24th, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of the young & popular American actress, Mrs. Annie Senter ... June 3d, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Engagement of the young American tragedian, Edwin Adams ... June 24th, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... Farewell benefit of Miss J.M. Davenport ... Feb. 17th, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Farewell benefit of Miss Kate Reignolds ... October 12th, 1866 ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Museum ... Farewell benefit of Mr & Mrs J.W. Wallack, Jr. ... Nov. 18th, 1859 ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Museum ... Farewell benefit of Mr. Couldock ... November 10, '54 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Farewell benefit of Mrs. Annie Senter ... April 27, '55 ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Farewell benefit of Mrs. Farren ... February 6th, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Feb. 21, 1863 ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Boston Museum ... Fifth night of the favorite American actor, Mr. E.L. Davenport ... Jan'y 26th, 1855 ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Fifth week of the grand scenic play, Valentine & Orson ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... First appearance of the eminent artists, Miss Louisa Howard and Mr. H. Farren ... June 4 [1855] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... First benefit in Boston of Mr. L.P. Barrett ... Nov. 19th, 1858 ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Museum ... First nights of the engagement of the eminent comedienne and vocalist, Miss Caroline Richings and the sterling and popular actor, Mr. Peter Richings ... Feb. 25th, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... First nights of the new sensational drama, Jeannette! ... Sept. 24, [1862] ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... First performances of the brilliant spectacular play! ... May 1st, 1865 ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Boston Museum ... First time at the museum of Buckstone's celebrated comedy, Married life! ... August 28th & 29th, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... First week of the brilliant and fanciful scenic and musical romance, Peter Wilkins! Or -- The flying islanders! ... Nov. 29 [1854] ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... First week of the popular and effective scenic burletta, Paris and London! ... April 25th, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... First week of the popular and effective scenic burletta, Paris and London! ... April 30, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... For the purpose of giving every possible effect to its production, an arrangement has been made with the celebrated American tragedian, Mr. J.B. Roberts ... April 16th, [1862] ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... Fourth and last week of Dion Boucicault's great drama, Pauvrette or--Under the snow. ... Nov. 27 & 28 [1861] ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... Fourth and last week of Guy Mannering ... January 23, 1871 ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Boston Museum ... Fourth and last week of the great Irish drama ... January 14th, 1867 ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Museum ... Fourth and last week of the new American drama, Dred ... Mar. 5, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Fourth and positively last week ... February 25th, 1867 ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Museum ... Fourth appearance in Boston of the favorite actress, Mrs. W.C. Gladstane ... Aug. 20, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Fourth appearance of the favorite comedienne, Miss E. Raymond ... June 8th, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Fourth night of engagement of Miss Charlotte Thompson ... June 5th, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... Fourth night of the favorite fairy star, Miss Agnes Robertson ... June 12th, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Fourth week of Signor Blitz ... July 29, [1857] ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Fourth week of the celebrated and talented, Miss Joey Gougenheim ... May 2 and 3. [1860] ... May 4th, 1860 ... The celebrated and talented Miss Joey Gougenheim ... May 7th, 1860 ... The great ledger drama, entitled The doom of Deville! ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Fourth week of the new spectacular play ... Dec. 15th, 1862. ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... Fourth week of the splendid Chinese pageant of Aladdin ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Great success of the elegant new comedy ... Nov. 1st, 1866 ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Museum ... Great success of the young American actress! Miss Annette Ince ... Sept'r 11th, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Immense sensation! Excited by Matilda Heron ... Jan. 9 & 10, [1862] ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... In accordance with a general expressed desire, the sterling and popular actor, Mr. W.H. Smith ... May 26, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... In compliance with a general requisition, the new American opera bouffe! ... April 26th, 1862. ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... January 6 & 7, 1863 ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Boston Museum ... July 11 [1856] ... Benefit of S.S. Sanford! Manager of the Sanford Opera Troupe ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... July 15th, 1859 Benefit and positively last night but one of the little favorites, Our American children ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Museum ... July 25th, 1870 ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last night but one of the eminent actor, Mr. Couldock ... Nov'r 2d, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last night but one of the eminent actress, Mrs Farren ... May 8, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last night but one of the eminent artists, Mr. & Mrs. J.W. Wallack, Jr. ... Nov. 4, 1858 ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last night but one of the eminent comedienne, Mrs. Charles Howard ... October 11, 1855 ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last night but three of the Cooper Opera Troupe! ... March 14, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last night but three of the eminent actor, Mr. J.W. Wallack, Jr. ... October 14th, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last night but two of the Cooper Opera Troupe! ... March 15th, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last night but two of the eminent actress Mrs. Farren ... March 10, 1858 ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last night but two! Of the engagement of the great tragic actress, Emma Waller ... Jan. 30th, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last nights but three of the eminent artiste Miss Agnes Robertson ... Jan. 30 & 31 [1854] ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last nights of the grand operatic spectacle, The enchantress! And of the popular artists, Miss Caroline and Mr. Peter Richings ... March 10th, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last performance of the new dramatic version of Dickens' beautiful Christmas story! ... entitled a Message from the sea! ... March 6, 1861. ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last performance! Of the grand operatic spectacle, The enchantress! ... April 6th, 1861. ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last performances of the new comic drama! ... April 17, 1867 ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last week of Neighbor Jackwood ... April 1st, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last week of the eminent comedienne, Miss E. Raymond ... June 12th and 13th, '54 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last week of the engagement of the eminent artists Miss Caroline Richings and Mr. Peter Richings ... October 4, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last week of the fairy star, Miss Agnes Robertson ... June 16, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last week of the fairy star, Miss Agnes Robertson ... June 17, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last week of the season! Three popular pieces! ... June 29, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Last week of the sterling American actor, Mr. Geo. Jamison ... May 28 [1855] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... May 17, 1867 ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Museum ... Miss Agnes Robertson last night but 2 of her engagement. ... March 1, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Miss Agnes Robertson last night but 3 of her engagement ... February 28, '54 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Miss Eliza Logan for positively five nights only. ... September 12, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Miss Eliza Logan in her great and successful personation of Meg Merrilies! ... Oct. 14, 1858 ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Museum ... Mr W. Warren - in - two characters ... Sept. 17, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Mr Warren - in - 2 characters! Last appearance of Miss Emily Oldfield ... Jan. 14th [1854] ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Mr. Sothern ... May 6th, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... Mr. W. Warren as Mr Bumble and Gregory Thimblewell. ... June 23 [1855] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Mr. W. Warren as Strop and Delph. ... May 31 [1854] ... In the evening -- Miss E. Logan's last night but one. ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Mr. W. Warren in two popular parts ... Sept. 10, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Mrs. Annie Senter ... April 3d, 1855 ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... New play! ... August 30th, and 31st, 1860. ... First night of Maddison Morton's new farce, The three cuckoos. ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Nov. 21, 1868 ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Boston Museum ... Nov. 8th, 1866 ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Museum ... Novelty. Two entirely new pieces! ... Nov. 3d, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... October 3d, 4th and 5th, 1864 ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last appearance of the eminent American actor, Mr. E.L. Davenport ... Feb. 10th [1855] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last appearance of the eminent actor, Mr. Frederic Conway and the accomplished artiste! Mrs. Frederic Conway ... Jan. 20th [1855] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last appearance of the favorite tragedian, Mr James Bennett ... May 30th, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last evening performance of the great spectacle, The Jewess ... April 21st, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last night but 2 of the eminent actress, Miss Eliza Logan ... Oct. 1st, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last night but three of the fairy star, Miss Agnes Robertson ... June 24, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last night but two of Mr. J.W. Wallack, Jr. ... May 12th, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last night but two of the celebrated and favorite artists, Mr & Mrs E.L. Davenport ... May 27th, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last night but two of the eminent actor, Mr. Lysander Thompson ... May 31st, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last night of the successful play, Hard times. ... Nov. 23d, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last performance of the Cooper Opera Troupe! ... March 17, 1860 ... Farewell benefit of Annie Milner ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last performance of the splendid musical and scenic pageant, Bluebeard ... April 7, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last week of Miss Fanny Vining and E.L. Davenport ... February 5th [1856] ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last week of the American prima donna, Miss Caroline Richings who will be aided by the eminent artist, Mr. Peter Richings ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last week of the Cooper Opera Troupe! ... March 12th, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last week of the celebrated and talented Miss Joey Gougenheim ... May 17th, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last week of the eminent American actress Mrs Farren ... May 6th, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last week of the favorite actress, Mrs. D.P. Bowers ... Sept. 14th, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Positively last week! Of Charles Dillon ... April 22d, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... Re-engagement of Mr. Walter Montgomery, for positively one week only. ... May 17, 1871 ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Boston Museum ... Re-engagement of the eminent actress, Miss Eliza Logan ... August 29, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Re-engagement of the eminent actress, Miss Eliza Logan ... May 24 [1854] ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Re-engagement of the eminent actress, Miss Eliza Logan ... May 25, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Re-engagement of the eminent artiste, Miss Agnes Robertson ... February 10th [1854] ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Re-engagement of the eminent artiste, Miss Agnes Robertson ... February 14 [1854] ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Re-engagement of the eminent artiste, Miss Agnes Robertson ... February 9 [1854[ ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Revival Thomas Morton's fine old English comedy, entitled Secrets worth knowing ... Oct. 29th, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... Revival of the great local play, Uncle Tom's cabin. ... September 19, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Revival of the great moral play, The drunkard! Or--The fallen saved! ... June 16th, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Revival of the highly successful New England play, Neighbor Jackwood! ... Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, [1859] ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second appearance in this city of the celebrated and talented Miss Joey Gougenheim ... April 10th, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second appearance of the eminent actor, Mr. Lysander Thompson ... May 24th, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second appearance of the sterling American actor, Mr. Geo. Jamison ... May 22 [1855] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second revival ... October 31st, 1864 ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the adm[ir]ed actress, Mrs. W.C. Gladstane ... Aug. 25, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the briliant and fanciful scenic and musical romance, Peter Wilkins! Or -- The flying islanders! ... Dec. 6th, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the brilliant oriental fairy drama, entitled The talisman or, The fairy's favor! ... December 2, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the brilliantly successful! Young American actress, Miss Jane Coombs ... Jan. 24, 1859 ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the grand allegorical Japanese romance, The magic mirror ... Febr'y 19th, 1855 ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the grand allegorical Japanese romance, The magic mirror ... February 23d, 1855 ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the grand scenic play, Valentine & Orson ... November 26 [1855] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the highly successful New England domestic play, Neighbor Jackwood ... March 25, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the new American drama, Dred! ... [Feb. 1857] ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the new comedy! Our American cousin! ... March 7, 1859 ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the new sensational drama, Jeannette! ... Oct. 1, [1862] ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the original New England play, called Lord Timothy Dexter ... May 3, 1859 ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the popular actress, Mrs. Farren ... Jan. 22d, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the popular actress, Mrs. Farren ... January 20, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the revival of the highly popular and intensely interesting play, Uncle Tom's cabin! ... June 13th, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Second week of the splendid Chinese pageant of Aladdin ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Sept. 13, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... Sept. 29 & 30 ... October 1st, 1864 ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Museum ... September 19, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Special notice to all who have not witnessed Mr. C.W. Couldock ... May 18, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... Still triumphant success. Uncle Tom's cabin. ... Sept. 24th [1853]... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Summer season. Opera and ballet! ... July 18 & 19, [1859] ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Museum ... The admirable new comedy, A husband to order. ... Jan. 31, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... The celebrated and original Buckleys' Serenaders ... July 7th, 1858 ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Museum ... The continued attractiveness of Dion Boucicault's great drama, Pauvrette ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... The continued attractiveness of Dion Boucicault's great drama, Pauvrette ... [Nov. 1861] ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... The eminent America actress, Miss Eliza Logan ... October 19th, 1855 ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... The eminent actor Mr. Couldock for positively five nights only. ... Nov'r 6th, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... The eminent actress Miss Eliza Logan ... May 17th, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... The eminent artiste Miss Agnes Robertson ... March 15, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... The eminent artiste Miss Agnes Robertson positively last night but one ... March 22, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... The eminent artiste, Miss Agnes Robertson positively three nights only ... March 21, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... The favorite of Boston, Mrs. Charles Howard ... Sept'r 18th, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... The favorite of Boston, Mrs. Charles Howard ... Sept. 27th, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... The first of the Saturday evening entertainments ... November 26th, [1864] ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Museum ... The first week of another great novelty! ... Nov. 4th, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... The gifted and beautiful American tragedienne, Miss Bateman ... Feb. 12th, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... The grand operatic spectacle, The enchantress! ... March 12th, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... The great and successful comedy. Still waters run deep ... June 5th, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... The great local play, Our American cousin! ... June 13, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... The great tragic actress, Emma Waller ... Jan. 23, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... The great tragic actress, Emma Waller ... Jan. 31st, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... The last night of John Brougham's new and most successful comedy! ... Nov. 8th, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... The liberty tree! ... July 4th, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... The new and eminently successful opera bouffe, The doctor of Alcantara ... May 1st, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... The new five act comedy, My lord and my lady! ... September 13th, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... The new local comedy Uncle Robert! ... Sept'r 7th, 1861. ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... The new local comedy Uncle Robert! ... Sept. 4, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... The novelty! The management announces with respect, the first representation of the new opera novelty! ... April 8th, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... The popular local play, The silver spoon! ... Feb. 14, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... The second of the Saturday evening entertainments ... December 3rd, [1864] ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Museum ... The talented young vocalist, Miss M. Macarthy ... April 20th, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... The unexampled success attending each performance of Men of the day! ... August 23, 1861. ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... Third night of the eminent actor, Mr. J.W. Wallack Junior. ... January 10, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum ... Third night of the engagement of the eminent American actress, Miss Eliza Logan ... April 8th, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Third night of the favorite of Boston Mrs. Charles Howard ... Sept'r 20, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Third night of the favorite of Boston Mrs. Charles Howard ... Sept'r 20, 1854 ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Museum ... Third week and triumphant success of The veteran ... January 30th, 1865 ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Boston Museum ... Third week of Dion Boucicault's greatest production, illustrating American character, American scenes and southern homes, entitled The octaroon! ... Dec. 26, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... Third week of J. Wilkes Booth ... Feb. 5th, 1863 ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Boston Museum ... Third week of the continued success of the great and unrivalled pantomimists, Fox's Ravel Troupe! First appearance of the celebrated Annetta Galletti! ... August 4, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Museum ... Third week of the gorgeous scenic and musical pageant, entitled Sinbad the sailor! ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Museum ... Third week of the grand scenic play, Valentine & Orson ... December 7th, [1855] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Third week of the great Scottish drama, Jeanie Deans! ... An arrangement has been effected with the eminent actress, Mrs Barrow ... Nov. 26th, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Third week of the most gorgeous play, The Jewess ... March 25th, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Museum ... Third week of the new American drama, Dred! ... [Feb. 1857] ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Third week of the popular actress, Mrs. Farren ... January 26th, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Third week of the spectacle. ... Mr Warren in 2 excellent characters! ... January 4th, 1860. ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Museum ... Thirteenth season ... Aug. 25 [1855] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Thirteenth season ... Mrs. Farren in a favorite character. ... Sept. 8 [1855] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Thirteenth season ... Second night of the favorite and eminent comedienne, Mrs. Charles Howard ... September 25 [1855] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Thirteenth season! ... Re-engagement of the eminent comedienne, Mrs. Charles Howard ... October 8, 1855 ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Thirteenth season! ... The eminent American actress! Mrs. Farren ... Sept. 6, 1855 ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Thirteenth season! ... Third night of the favorite and eminent comedienne, Mrs. Charles Howard ... September 26 [1855] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Three capital pieces!! ... June 21 [1855] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum ... Three pieces! Woman, Ladies' battle, & First night! ... May 6th, 1858 ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Museum ... Tom Taylor's new comedy, Babes in the wood ... June 20th, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Museum ... Triumphant success of Dion Boucicault's brilliant comedy ... Sept. 12, 1864 ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Museum ... Twenty-first time of the successful characteristic New England play ... April 4th, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum ... Two popular pieces ... June 11, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum 1872 ... November 27th, 1872. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Boston Museum 1872 ... Second week of "Article 47." ... Nov. 18th, 1872 ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Boston Museum 1873 ... June 26, 27 and 28, 1873 ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Boston Museum 1873 ... Second week of the new play ... December 1st, 1873 ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Boston Museum 1873 ... Still another new play! ... April 14th, 1873 ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Boston Museum 1874. ... The special comedy production of 1874-5. ... Oct. 5th, 1874 ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Boston Museum! and Gallery of Fine Arts, corner of Tremont and Bromfield Streets. Grand concert! at the picture gallery, by Mr. Sinclair, the distinguished vocalist! ... and the celebrated and admired Miss Melton, this evening, Monday, May 14th, 1841. ... n/a n/a 1841-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Annual benefit of the Boston Museum Dramatic Fund Association Saturday evening, Feb. 8th, 1851. ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Benefit of Mr E.F. Keach ... December 22, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Eighth and last week of the new and splendid operatic drama of Aladdin ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Engagement for a limited number of nights of the eminent actor! Mr George Vandenhoff ... Nov. 10, '56 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Engagement for a limited number of nights of the eminent actor! Mr George Vandenhoff ... Nov. 11th, [1856] ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Engagement of the fairy star, Miss Agnes Robertson ... Nov. 3, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Engagement of the fairy star, Miss Agnes Robertson ... Nov. 6 [1856] ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Engagement of the fairy star, Miss Agnes Robertson ... Oct. 22 [1856] ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Engagement of the fairy star, Miss Agnes Robertson ... Oct. 30 [1856] ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum. ... First nights of the grand romantic play, The sea of ice! ... October 13, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum. ... First week of the grand scenic and musical Chinese tale of enchantment entitled The enchanted horse ... Jan. 13, [1858] ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Museum. ... First week of the most superb play, The Jewess! ... April, 2, 1858 ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Fourth week of the grand Oriental musical and scenic romance, The forty thieves ... March 24th, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Grand centennial production! ... April 10, 1876. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Grand centennial production! ... March 13, 1876. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Immense success! Of the American revolutionary play, Liberty tree ... Nov. 5 & 6 [1857] ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Last night but one of the eminent actor, Mr Geo. Vandenhoff ... Nov. 20 [1856] ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Observe! Positively last time of The forty thieves ... April 12 [1856] ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Positively last night but one of the highly successful local play, The rich and poor of Boston! ... February 23d. [1858] ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Second night of the celebrated play--The flowers of the forest. ... Sept. 24, 1858 ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Second week of the new romantic scenic play, The sea of ice! ... Oct. 21 & 22 [1857] ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Second week!! Of the gorgeous scenic and musical pageant, entitled The nymphs of the Rhine. ... Dec. 9th, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum. ... The great American play, The liberty tree. Mrs. W.C. Gladstane as Therese ... Nov. 18, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Museum. ... The great local play, Uncle Tom's cabin! ... February 28th [1856] ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum. ... Third week of the grand Oriental musical and scenic romance, The forty thieves ... March 18, 1856 ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston Museum. Boston Museum testimonial to the Mount Vernon Fund! ... December 11th, 1858. ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Museum. Established 1841. ... A comedy week and a Warren week! ... May 6th and 7th, 1872 ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Boston Museum. Established 1841. ... August 25th and 26th, 1871. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Boston Museum. Established 1841. ... December 26, 1871 ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Boston Museum. Established 1841. ... Nov. 27, 1871 ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Boston Museum. Established 1841. ... October 30, 1871 ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Boston Museum. First annual benefit of the Boston Museum Dramatic Fund Association ... The entertainment will take place on Saturday eve'g, Jan. 29, 1848, and will consist of a melange of overtures, instrumental solos, songs, duets, trios, quartettes, chorus, dances, and recitations, by the members of the Association, assisted by the following ladies and gentlemen ... n/a n/a 1848-01-01
Boston Museum. Musical & dramatic festival. Second annual benefit of the Boston Museum Dramatic Fund Association. ... The entertainment will take place on Saturday evening, Dec'r 16, 1848, and will consist of a melange of overtures, instrumental solos, dialogues, recitations, songs, dances, and choruses, by the members of the Association, and volunteer aid. ... n/a n/a 1848-01-01
Boston Museum. Tremont Street, between Court & School Streets. Mr. Dempster! composer of "The May Queen," "Lament of the Irish emigrant," ... will give one of his original ballad entertainments Saturday evening, Sept. 29th ... n/a n/a 1849-01-01
Boston Music Hall ... Fourth grand concert ... Nov. 15th, 1867. ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Music Hall ... May 21, 1869 ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Boston Music Hall ... Mrs. Scott-Siddons, last week ... Monday evening, Nov. 16th ... n/a n/a 1885-01-01
Boston Music Hall Jullien's concerts[.] M. Jullien has the honor to announce that he will give a series of 12 orchestral and vocal concerts, commencing on Monday, Oct. 24 [1853], and continuing every evening until the series is completed ... The third concert in Boston! (And fifty-second in America,) will take place this Wednesday evening, Oct. 26 when the following programme will be presented. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Music Hall ninth season. Ninth afternoon concert by the Orchestral Union on Wednesday, Feb. 11, 1863. ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Boston Music Hall tenth season ... concerts by the Orchestral Union ... The third concert of the season will take place Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 3, 1864. ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Music Hall! Fifth and last week of the peoples' promenade concerts The twenty-second concert will be given by the Germania Military Band! A. Heinicke,--leader. On Friday evening, August 28th, 1857. ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Music Hall! Programme Mr. Alfred P. Peck's sacred concert, Sunday evening, May 15, 1864 ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Music Hall! Programme for grand organ concert Saturday, July 15, 1865, at noon. ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Boston Music Hall! Programme for grand organ concert Wednesday, Sept. 21, 1864, at noon. ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Music Hall! Programme for grand organ concert, Saturday, Feb. 17, 1866, at noon. ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Music Hall! Programme for grand sacred concert with the great organ Sunday, Sept. 24, 1865, at 7 1-2 precisely. ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Boston Music Hall! Second series. The peoples' promenade concerts The first concert will be given by the Boston Brigade Band E.H. Weston, leader. A. Hall, conductor. On Monday evening, July 12th, 1858. n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Music Hall. ... December 1st. ... December 2d. ... December 4th. ... Dec. 6th. ... December 8th. ... Dec. 9th. [1871] ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Boston Music Hall. ... Feb. 16, 1870. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Music Hall. ... June 7, 1869. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Boston Music Hall. ... November 28th, 1873 ... November 29th ... December 1st ... December 3d ... December 5th ... Dec. 6th. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Boston Music Hall. ... October 7th, 1870. ... Beethoven night. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Music Hall. ... October 8, 1870. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Music Hall. ... Saturday, May 30th [1868], decoration night ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Boston Music Hall. ... Sunday evening. Jan. 28, 1866, grand farewell sacred concert of the Grand Italian Opera Company ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Music Hall. ... This Monday evening [Nov. 16th 1874] ... Shakespeare's heroines. ... Programme ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Boston Music Hall. 16th and last concert! Programme of the 16th afternoon concert, on Wednesday, Mar. 7 [1855], at 3 o'clock, by the Orchestral Union, Carl Zerrahn, conductor. ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Benefit concert. Carl Zerrahn would respectfully announce to his friends and the public generally that an extra concert for his benefit will be given on Saturday evening, March 6, 1858, on which occasion Mr. Zerrahn will play two solos on the flute, being his first appearance as a soloist for five years. ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Carl Zerrahn will give his last grand concert on Saturday evening, Feb. 27, 1858, assisted by Mrs. J.H. Long, soprano, Mr. B.J. Lang, pianist, and Mr. W.H. Schultze, violinist. ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Carl Zerrahn will give his second concert on Saturday evening, Jan. 30, 1858, assisted by Féry Kletzer, the celebrated Hungarian vocalist. ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Carl Zerrahn will give his third concert (and last but one,) on Saturday evening, Feb. 13, 1858, for which occasion Mr. Z. has succeeded in securing the highly valuable assistance of Miss Annie Milner, the celebrated English songstress, and Mr. Cooper, the great European violinist. ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Fourth and last of Carl Zerrahn's philharmonic concerts, Saturday evening, March 26, 1859. Grand commemoration festival! The 32d anniversary of Beethoven's death. ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Grand Beethoven night! Carl Zerrahn will give his first concert on Saturday evening, Jan. 16, 1858, assisted by Gustav Satter. ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Grand English Opera ... May 30th, 1870. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Grand complimentary concert! Mr. C.R. Adams, respectfully announces to his friends and the public, that he will have a complimentary concert at the above named hall, on Saturday evening, April the 23d, 1859. ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Grand concert in aid of the sufferers by earthquakes in South America ... Dec. 2, 1868. ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Last concert but two. The Germania Musical Society, will give an extra grand vocal & instrumental concert, on Saturday evening, March 12, 1853 ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Madame Anna Bishop's farewell concert, on Wednesday evening, Dec. 7, '59. ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Ninth season. Sixth afternoon concert by the Orchestral Union on Wednesday, Jan 14, 1863. ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Programme for grand concert with the great organ ... For the benefit of the National Sailors' Fair! Saturday evening, Nov. 12, 1864. ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Programme of the 13th afternoon concert, on Wednesday, Feb. 14, at 3 o'clock, by the Orchestral Union, Carl Zerrahn, conductor. ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Programme of the fourth afternoon concert, on Wednesday, Dec. 13 [1854], at 3 o'clock by the Orchestral Union, Carl Zerrahn, conductor. n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Boston Music Hall. S. Thalberg's second concert. Thursday evening, January 8 [1857]. M'me D'Angri, cantatrice di camera to the Emperor of Austria ... and Signor Morelli. ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Seventh grand subscription concert of the Germania Musical Society, on Saturday evening, Feb. 19, 1853. On which occasion they will be assisted by M'lle Caroline Lehmann, Camille Urso, and Alfred Jaell. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Sunday evening course of sermons Fourth discourse of the series by Rev. A.P. Peabody, D.D. Sunday evening, November 13, 1870 ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Theodore Thomas' ... December 28th, 1874 ... December 30th, 1874 ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Theodore Thomas' unrivalled concerts last season (1873-74.) ... November 28th, 1873. ... November 29th ... December 1st ... December 3d ... December 5th ... Dec. 6th. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Tuesday evening, November 23, 1852. Madame Henriette Sontag's farewell concert. ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Twelfth season. ... The seventh concert of the season will take place on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 21, 1866 ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Music Hall. Twelfth season. ... The sixth concert of the season will take place on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 14, 1866. ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Musical Fund Society. Sixth series. First grand concert, for the establishment of a charitable fund. The patrons of the Boston Musical Fund Society are respectfully informed, that the first concert of the season will be given at the New Music Hall, on Saturday evening, Dec. 4, 1852. For which occasion they have secured the services of M'lle Caroline Lehmann. ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
Boston Musical Fund Society. Sixth series. Fourth grand concert, for the establishment of a charitable fund. The patrons of the Boston Musical Fund Society are respectfully informed, that the fourth concert of the season will be given at the New Music Hall, on Saturday evening, Jan. 15, 1853. For which occasion the services of M'lle Caroline Lehmann have been secured ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Philharmonic Society. Fourth concert, Saturday evening, January 27, 1844. n/a n/a 1844-01-01
Boston Philharmonic Society. Second concert, Saturday evening, December 23, 1843. n/a n/a 1843-01-01
Boston Printing Press Company's new perfected Prouty job presses, unequaled for embossing, half-tone and finest commercial printing. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Benefit of Edwin Booth ... Friday evening, Dec. 19th, will be performed the Iron chest! ... The performance will conclude with Don Cæsar de Bazan! ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Benefit of Miss Matilda Heron and the last night but one of her engagement. Camile as played in New York ... a new farce ... to conclude with, first time at this theater, the farce by Charles Selby, entitled Valet de sham ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Benefit of the great artiste, M'lle Marie Zoe, the beautiful Cuban sylph. ... Friday evening, April 22d, 1864, will be presented the grand mythological legendary drama, entitled The flying Dutchman! ... To be followed by the Pas de fleurs ... To conclude with the glorious farce, entitled Stage struck! ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Boston, Thursday, September 16, 1875. ... This evening will be presented ... Kit, the Arkansas traveller! ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Boston, Tuesday, September 14, 1875. ... This evening will be presented ... Kit, the Arkansas traveller! ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Complimentary benefit to Miss Carlotta Leclercq. ... Saturday evening, April 23, 1870, will be presented ... The lady of Lyons or, Love and pride. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Every evening of the week ... Fun in a fog ... To be preceded by ... Heep vs. Micawber ... n/a n/a 1879-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Farewell benefit and last night but one of the distinguished actor, Mr. J.B. Roberts ... Friday evening, January 4, 1867, will be presented Colman's standard play, in 3 acts, of the Iron chest! Or, the mysterious murderer! ... To conclude with the grand legendary drama, from the German of Goethe, entitled Faust & Marguerite ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Farewell matinee of Mr. Joseph Jefferson. Saturday afternoon, May 29, 1869 ... Rip Van Winkle or--The sleep of twenty years. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Farewell matinee! ... May 14th, 1864 ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Fechter and Carlotta Leclercq ... Monday evening, March 27, 1871 ... No thoroughfare founded upon Charles Dickens' admited novel of that name ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Boston Theatre ... First week of Edwin Booth. First appearance this season of Mrs. J.B. Booth. Friday evening, Oct. 9th, 1868, Shakspere's Much ado about nothing ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Friday evening, March 11th, 1864, positively last appearance this season of Edwin Forest ... In John Howard Payne's tragedy of Brutus! Or, The fall of Tarquin ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Grand English opera combination. ... Dec. 14, 1870 ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Great abd renowed Revels, Gabriel and Francois, and their extraordinary company. ... Tuseday evening,..... Nov. 8th, 1859, First night of the sucessful and amusing comic ballet divertissement, entitled Punchinello or -- A day in Venice ... New exercises on two perpendicular ropes ... Will be produced, for the first time, Jocko or-- the Brazillian ape ... Grand evolutions on the tight rope by Marietta Zanfretta ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Last engagement in Boston of the incomparable Ravels ... The three brothers, Gabriel, Antoine, and Jerome Ravel in famed characters! The wonderful and dashing Marietta Zanfretta the greatest tight rope dancer of the age! ... Saturday afternoon, Jan 23d, 1858, the entertainments will commence with the South American pantomime of Jocko, the Brazillian ape ... After which, exercises, evolutions and dances of the Corde tendue! ... To conclude with, by express desire, the comic fairy pantomime of The magic trumpet ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Limited engagement ... Wednesday, April 22d, 1874 ... will be presented ... The new Magdalen ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Boston Theatre ... March 22, 23 & 24 will be presented ... Little Nell and the Marchioness! ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Max Maretek's grand Italian opera ... January 17, 1867 ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Max Maretzek's grand Italian opera ... January 18, 1867 ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Theatre ... May 18th, 1872 ... Benefit of Mr. John M. Ward ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Monday Sept. 19th, 1870 ... Lurline or, The knight and the naiads. ... Incidental to the piece, great moral ballet ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Monday evening, April 18, 1870 ... Rip Van Winkle or, The sleep of twenty years ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Monday evening, April 25, 1870 ... Rip Van Winkle or, The sleep of twenty years ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Monday evening, Aug. 30, 1869, and until further notice .... The gorgeous oriental pantomime, founded on a series of Siamese tales ... entitled the Seven Dwarfs; Or, Harlequin and the world of wonders. ... The cast of the pantomime will embrace the following artists engaged exressly for it: Robert Butler ... The manger has also the honor to anmounce having effected an engagement with the justly celebrated Morlacchi Troup ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Monday evening, Dec. 22, '62, first appearance this season of Edwin Forrest. Positivley the only performance of Jack Cade! The bondman of Kent. ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Monday evening, Dec. 8th, ['62] Edwin Booth will make his thirteenth appearance in Boston, since his return from Europe ... in Massinger's powerful play, A new way to pay old debts! ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Monday evening, Semptember 6, 1869. And until further notice. The gorgeous oriental pantomime, founded on a series of Siamese tales ... entitled the Seven Dwarfs; Or, Harlequin and the world of wonders. ... The cast of the pantomime will embrace the following artists engaged exressly for it: Robert Butler ... The manger has also the honor to anmounce having effected an engagement with the justly celebrated Morlacchi Troup ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Mr. Charles Mathews who will appear for the first time as Marplot in the Busybody! ... Wednesday evening, -- October 14, 1857, will be presented, for the first time, Mrs. Centliver's celebrated comedy of the Busybody!! ... After which, by particular desire, the inimitable new farce ... called Patter vs. clatter! ... To conclude with the musical farce of Swiss swains ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Oct. 4. 11. & 18. [1894] ... n/a n/a 1894-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Parepa-Brignoli grand Italian opera ... April 1st, 1867 ... April 2d ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Positively last week of Mr. Joseph Jefferson. ... Monday evening, May 24, 1869 ... Rip Van Winkle or--The sleep of twenty years. n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Re-engagement of the famed Ronzani ballet troupe. First night of the Great fairy ballet ... Monday evening, -------- November 16, 1857, ... an entirley new grand fantastic fairy ballet, in four tableaux ... entitled il, Cavallo d'oro ... the evening will commence with first time, a petite comedy, by the late Wm. Barrymore called The Secret!! n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Return of the favorite, Mr. Frank Mayo ... Saturday, February 3d, 1872 ... The entertainment will be Boucicault's sensational drama of the Streets of New York ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Saturday afternoon, April 9, 1870, will be presented ... The lady of Lyons or, Love and pride. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Saturday afternoon, February 26, 1870, Shakespeare's Hamlet ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Saturday afternoon, the great comedian! Mr. W.E. Burton ... Saturday afternoon, -- May 7, 1859, will be performed, by desire, the comedy by Morris Barnett, of the Serious family! ... to conclude with the celebrated drama of the Toodles ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Saturday, May 30th, 1874. ... Bulwer's historical play, Richelieu .... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Boston Theatre ... The incomparable Ravels ... M'lle Maria Hennecart ... Wednesday evnening, Nov. 16th, 1859, first night of the charming ballet of Katy the vivandiere ... will be presented, 1st time this season, the comic pantomime of the Fete Champetre with the beautiful dances on the double tight rope! ... With, by special request, the famed pantomime of Jocko or--the Brazillian ape ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Theatre ... The last representation. The last night but two of Miss Matilda Heron and last night of Medea! ... This Thursday evening -------- May 14, 1857, ... the classic tragedy ... to conclude with, 3d time, the new comedy in one act, of Dearest Elizabeth ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Theatre ... The wonderful Ravels, Gabriel and Francois and their great company! In the new and brilliant comic pantomime of the Magic pills! ... First night of Nicodemus! ... Friday evening,-- Dec. 2d, 1859 ... New and extradordinary exercises on the tight rope by the astonishing Marietta Zanfretta ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Third and last week but one of the famous comedian, Mr. Joseph Jefferson. Thursday and Friday evenings; also Saturday afternoon, May 20, 21, and 22, 1869 ... Rip Van Winkle or--The sleep of twenty years. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Third week and unexampled success of Miss Maggie Mitchell the renowned and fascinating comedienne, who will appear this Monday evening, May 30th, 1864, in her great character of Fanchon! The cricket ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Boston Theatre ... This afternoon, Shakspeare's tragedy, Hamlet ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Theatre ... This evening ... will be presented the drama of Arrah na pogue or, The Wicklow wedding ... Synopsis of scenery and incidents. ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Thursday evening, Jan. 1st, most positivley the last night but one of Edwin Forrest, who upon this occasion, will, for the only time, in this present season, appear as Macbeth! ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Thursday evening, March 3, 1870, Shakespeare's Hamlet ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Boston Theatre ... Tuesday, May 25, 1869 ... the celebrated play of Rip Van Winkle or The sleep of twenty years ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Boston Theatre ... [New] Gorgeous spectacle! ... Wednesday evening, April 6, 1859, will be presented for the 2d time a grand romantic drama from the French and German, entitled Faust and Margueritte! ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Theatre ... will be presented ... The new Magdalen ... Saturday evening, Oct. 10th ... Benefit and farewell of Miss Le Clercq ... n/a n/a 1890-01-01
Boston Theatre Company ... This evening, the entertainment will consist of ... Formosa or, The railroad to ruin. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Boston Theatre. .. Farewell engagement of the incomparable Ravels Gabriel, Antoine, and Jerome ... this, Thursday evening--February 11, 1858, will be presented ... Fete champetre! ... After which ... the new legendary ballet ... entitled Louise, or The vision ... to conclude with ... the new grand comic fairy spectacle pantomime ... Bianco! Or, The magic sword. ... The entertainments will commence with an orginal farce ... entitled A quiet family! ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Adelaide Ristori ... Friday evening, Nov. 9th, 1866, ... Benefit of the great tragedienne, Madame Adelaide Ristori when the following attractive programme will be performed; Pia de tolomei! ... and in addition, the last act of Macbeth. ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... August 7th, 1872. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Benefit of Mr. Frank Mayo ... Wednesday evening, May 2, 1866 ... Entertainment will commence with the popular drama, in 1 act, entitled Dreams of delusions ... The enteratainment will conclude (by request) with the excellent play, entitled the Three guardsmen ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Benefit of the wonderful rope dancer, Young Hengler. Four entertainments!!!! By the wonderful Ravels Comic novelty to--night! ... This, Friday evening--January 23, 1857, will be performed the petite comedy, by Bayley, of Mr. and Mrs. Lilly W. ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Farewell benefit of Miss Charlotte Cushman ... Supported by the distinguished tragedian, Mr. E.L. Davenport ... This Friday evening,--June 11th, 1858, will be peformed, ... Shakespeare's great historical tragedy, ... Henry the 8th ...During the death scene of Queen Katherine, the beautiful song of angels ever bright and fair will be sung by a celebrated vocalist of this city. To conclude with ... the comedy in two acts, of Simpson & Co. ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Farewell engagement of the incomparable Ravels Gabriel, Antoine, and Jerome ... this Wednesday evening,--March 10, 1858, will be presented ... the Ravel's famed comic pantomime of The four lovers! ... To conclude with ... the new grand fairy comic pantomime ... entitled Raoul! Or--The magic star. ... The entertainments of the evening will commence with ... an original comedy ... entitled Cousin Lambkin! ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Farewell engagement of the incomparable Ravels Gabriel, Antoine, and Jerome, ... This, Friday evening,--February 12, 1858, will be performed, ... the celebrated and laughable comic Chinese pantomime, ... Kim Ka! Or--The Adventures of an aeronaut. ... The whole to conclude with the celebrated comic pantomime of The Conscript! ... The entertainments of the evening will commence with the comedy ... Dr. Dilworth. ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Farewell engagement to the incomparable Ravels Gabriel, Antoine, and Jerome ... This Thursday evening,--February 18, 1858, will be given ... the comic ballet pantomime of The Milliners! Or, The Hungarian rendezvous. ... To conclude with ... a new grand holiday Christmas pantomime ... entitled The golden egg ... the entertainments of the evening will commence with a new comic drama ... entitled My husband's ghost! ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Friday, October 25th ... Hanlon Brothers' ... grand transatlantic combination of male and female continental artistes ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Jan. 25, 1866 ... Boston Music Hall. ... Jan. 28, 1866 ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Joseph Jefferson in Rip Van Winkle. ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... July 1 & 2, 1868. ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Last appearance ... of the incomparable Ravels ... Gabriel, Antoine, and Jerome Ravel ... this, Saturday afternoon, March 20th, 1858, the entertainments will commence with overture by Grand Orchestra ... after which ... the laughable comic English vaudville called The three-faced Frenchman! ... After which, a new grand divertisement ... entitled La Prima donna ... the whole to conclude with ... the grand comic fairy pantomime, entitled Asphodel! Or--The magic pen! n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Last appearance in the city of Boston, of the greatest living actress! Miss Charlotte Cushman supported by the distinguished tragedian, Mr. E.L. Davenport ... this Saturday afternoon ... June 12th, 1858, will be performed the play, in five acts, called The stranger ... To conclude with ... the great sleeping scene, from the tragedy of Macbeth! ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Last appearance of Edwin Booth and Mrs. Hudson Kirby. Who will sustain ... their great characters in The robbers! ... This, Saturday afternoon, April 3rd, 1858, will be performed ... The robbers! Of the Black Forest of Bohemia. ... Between the pieces, the Orchestra will play ... The Lucknow quadrilles! ... To conclude with an original comedy ... entitled A quiet family! ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Last appearance of the celebrated actress Miss Matilda Heron ... This Saturday afternoon,..May 16, 1857, will be performed, for the third time in two years, the tragedy of Fazio! --Or--The Italian wife. ... To conclude with, ... the farce by Charles Shelby, entitled Valet de sham ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Last night but three of the fairy star Miss Agnes Robertson ... March 24, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Last night but two of Mr. Charles Mathews who will appear, for the first time, in the Captain on the watch! Also in Trying it on! And by request, in Platter vs. clatter! Three celebrated plays in the same evening! ... Thursday evening,--------- October 22, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Last performance but one of Edwin Booth. On Saturday afternoon, May 18th, 1867. Kotzebue's great play of the Stranger, or Misanthropy and repentance. ... To conclude with the amusing comedy of Katharine & Petruchio! ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Last week of T. Maguire and Prof. Risley's Imperial Japanese Troupe. Tuseday evening, June 25, 1867, and every evening during the week, also on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Miss Avonia Jones her first appearance in Boston. ... This Monday evening--May 18, 1857, will be performed, ...the play in 5 acts, ... entitled Ingomar! The barbarian. ... Prior to the play the orchestra will execute the Overture to Der Konig von Yveot and during the evening, several new imported waltzes, polkas, etc. ... In the course of a farce, a comic medley duett! ... To conclude with the petite comedy of Sketches in India. ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Mme. Monplaisir, M. Leon Espinosa ... January 14, 1857 ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Monday, October 28, and every night ... The Hanlon Brother's ... The performance will commence on Monday and Tuesday, with the amusing farce of The secret! ... M'lle Gertude and her trouple of elfin French poodles! ... The intensley thrilling æriel feat, (first time in Boston,) The three flying men of the air ... Harry Gurr, the champion swimmer ... To conclude with Hanlon's Grand miniature circus! ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Second week of T. Maguire and Prof. Risley's Imperial Japanese Troupe. Monday afternoon & evening, June 24, 1867, and every evening during the week, also on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... The eminent actor, Edwin Booth is now fulfilling a very brief engagement in favorite roles ... impersonation of Hamlet ... Boston. n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Those eminent artists, Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Davenport, Mr. E. Adams, Mr. Setchell ... will appear in the principal characters. ... This, Wednesday evening, January 26, 1859, will be performed ... the grand romantic drama ... The cataract of the Ganges or--The rajah's daughter! ... The entertainments will commence with the farce in 1 act ... called A kiss in the dark ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... Triumphant success of Miss Matilda Heron ... in her celebrated character of Camille ... This Thursday evening--May 7, 1857, will be presented the play, in five acts, of Camille ... During the evening, the orchestra will play Overture, La Fiancee, ... between the 2nd and 3rd acts, the celebrated Camille Mazurka, ... Entree acts. Mazurka Des Traineaux, Glocken polka, Wonzer polka, Woronzow valzer. To conclude with, 4th time, a farce by J.M. Morton, entitled Our baker ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Theatre. ... the fairy star Miss Agnes Robertson ... Mr. John Gilbert, Mr. W. Davidge, Mr. J.B. Howe ... This, Saturday afternoon, April 17th, 1858, will be presented ... the great original play ... Jessie Brown!! Or the relief of Lucknow. ... To conclude with ... a farce in one act ... entitled To oblige Benson! n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston Theatre. Benefit of Mr. & Mrs. John Gilbert rare comic attractions with great casts. First time in two years, The rivals! Dr. Dilworth! ... and the roaring farce of The Eton boy! ... This Monday evening ... February 16 1857, ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Boston Theatre. Mrs. John Wood respectfully announces that her benefit will take place on Monday evening ... February 26th ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston Theatre. On Monday,--January 17, 1859, and during that week, will be performed ... the grand romantic drama of The cataract of the Ganges! ... The principal characters will be sustained by those eminent artists, Mr. & Mrs. E. L. Davenport, and the elite of the company. ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston Theatre. Second promende concert given on Tuesday evening, July 17th. 1866. ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston Young Men's Christian Association. At the Music Hall. First-day morning, April 7, 1853. Closing lecture. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Boston Young Men's Christian Union, no. 18 Boylston Street. "Practical Ethics," 1885. Eighth annual series. Thursday evening, in the Norcross Hall. ... n/a n/a 1885-01-01
Boston [April 11th.] 1842[3]. Sir, A meeting of the Government of the Republican Institution will be held at the Broomfield House, on [Thursday] evening next, at [7] o'clock. You being a member are requested to attend. By order of the President. Stephen Bates, rec. sec. ... Invitations. Bates, Stephen 1843-01-01
Boston [Feby. 5th] 18[14] [Mr. George Homer] dr. to John Kuhn, no. 12 & 13 State-Street. ... Advertising cards. Kuhn, John, 1795-1878 1814-01-01
Boston and Charleston Steamship Line. The new A 1 steamship Theodore D. Wagner ... on Saturday, September 8th, 1866 ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Boston bo't of John Hancock, commission merchant. Advertising cards. Hancock, John 1770-01-01
Boston in honor of Ole Bull... Dec 8th 1876 ... Music Hall ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Boston journal. Established 1833. The leading Republican newspaper of Boston and New England. ... Advertising rates, October 1, 1891. n/a n/a 1891-01-01
Boston musical convention. Grand organ concert Saturday afternoon, August 23d, commencing at 3 12 o'clock, in the Tremont Temple by Mr. Geo. W. Morgan. ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston musical convention. Grand organ concert Wednesday afternoon, August 20th, commencing at 3 12 o'clock, in the Tremont Temple by Mr. Geo. W. Morgan. ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Boston optical works ... Charles X. Dalton (successor to the late R.B. Tolles) manufacturer and dealer in microscopes, telescopes and accessories, 48 Hanover Street, room 17, Boston. ... Advertising cards. Dalton, Charles X 1870-01-01
Boston theatre ... Farewell engagement of the imcomparable Ravels ... The wonderful Marietta Zanfretta ... Saturday afternoon, Jan. 30th, 1858, the entertainments will commence with the comic ballet pantomime of the Milliners! Or, the Hungarian rendezvous ... to which will be added, evolutions on the tightrope! On which, M'lle Marietta Zanfretta ... To whole to conclude with ... a new grand comic fairy spectacle pantomime ... Bianco! Or -- The magic sword. n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston theatre ... This, Saturday afternoon, last appearance of Matilda Heron ... and ... Mr. H. F. Daly. ... Jan. 16th, 1858, will be performed a dramatic romance in three acts, adapted for representation by Thomas De Walden, entitled Vice and virtue! ... To conclude with, 3rd time at this theatre, a farce, by Charles Dance, entitled Advice gratis. n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Boston theatre ... Triumphant sucecss of the great equestrian drama produced in a style of magnificance never excelled! In which will appear, ... Messrs. Nixon & Co.'s superb stud of arabian horses ... Friday evening, -- January 28, 1859, will be performed for the 12th time, the grand romantic drama in 3 acts, by W. T. Monerieff, entitled the Cataract of ganges or -- the Rajah's daughter! ... The entertainments will commence with the farce, by John Maddison Morton, called the Two buzzards ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Boston, 18[blank] The Association of Merchant Tailors of which you are a member, meets at on Monday evening next ... clerk. n/a n/a 1800-01-01
Boston, April 10, 1855. Dear Sir: Your attention is most respectfully directed to this programme of a concert, for which much pains have been taken, in the selection of the music, and the performers, together with full provision for ample rehersals, to make the entertainment satistactory to the critical ear. ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston, April 14, 1818. The members of the New England Guards will meet at the Exchange Coffee-House, on Saturday evening next, at half past 7 o'clock, on business. ... per order of G.W. Lyman, Capt. Aaron Peabody, o.s. Mr. [Isaac Child]. Invitations. Peabody, Aaron 1818-01-01
Boston, April 20, 1854. In accordance with the regulations, all books borrowed from the library of the Boston Society of Natural History, must be returned for examination before the annual meeting of the society, on the first Wednesday of May next. C.K. Dillaway, libarian. Invitations. Dillaway, Charles K. (Charles Knapp), 1804-1889 1854-01-01
Boston, April 26, 1861. You are respectfully invited to attend a meeting of gentlemen interested in the organization, equipment and drill of a New England light brigade of cavalry, or Hussars, which will be held at the Parker House, Saturday evening, April 27th. ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Boston, April 3, 1865. I have the honor to present to you the programme of the representation which will be given for my benefit, Thursday evening, April 6th, and trust that it may be your pleasure to continue the kind patronage already granted me, by renewing your subscription for that night. ... Paul Juignet ... Invitations. Juignet, Paul 1865-01-01
Boston, Dec. 1, 1818. You are paritcularly requested to attend a meeting of the Massachusetts Peace Society, which will be held in the vestry of the Old South Meetinghouse, in Spring Lane, on Tuesday, the 8th inst. ... T.M. Harris, Cor. Sec. ... Invitations. Harris, T. M 1818-01-01
Boston, Dec. 17, 1857. Sir, you are hereby notified that the New England Historic-Genealogical Society will hold its annual meeting for the choice of officers and the transaction of other business, at the room of said society, no. 5 Tremont Street, in this city, on Wednesday, January 6, 1858, ... Respectfully yours, John Ward Dean, recording secretary. Invitations. Dean, John Ward, 1815-1902 1857-01-01
Boston, December 1, 1843. A quarterly meeting of the Primary School Committee will be held at the Common Council Room, on Tuesday evening, December 5th at 7 12 o' clock. ... The semi-annual meeting of the committee, with the teahcers, will be held at the same room, on Tuesday afternoon, December 12, at 2 o'clock. Alvan Simonds, secretary. ... Invitations. Simonds, Alvan 1843-01-01
Boston, December 22, 1802. Proposals for publishing, by subscription, a new and improved edition of the New-England's memorial; first published in the year 1669. By Nathaniel Morton, secretary of Plymouth Colony. n/a n/a 1802-01-01
Boston, December 5, 1863. Dear Sir:--a meeting will be held in Tremont Temple, on Monday night, at 7:30, p.m., to hear a statement as to the condition of the freed color'd people of the Mississippi Valley, from Chaplain Fiske ... Charles G. Loring ... Invitations. Loring, Charles G. (Charles Greely), 1794-1867 1863-01-01
Boston, Feb. 1, 1860. The company of Mr.[Hon. Edward Everett] and lady, is requested at a private exhibition of Palmer's White Captive, at the Boston Athenæum, ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Boston, February 27, 1852. The quarterly meeting of the Primary School Committee will be held at the Common Council Room, City Hall, on Tuesday evening, March 2, 1852, at 7 o'clock ... Alvan Simonds, secretary. ... Invitations. Simonds, Alvan 1852-01-01
Boston, February 28, 1848. Sir,--the quarterly meeting of the Primary School Committee will be held at the Common Council Room, on Tuesday evening, March 7th, at 7 o'clock. Alvan Simonds, Secretary. ... Invitations. Simonds, Alvan 1848-01-01
Boston, February, 1857. The lecture committee of the Mercantile Library Association respectfully solicit your attendence at the Music Hall, on Monday evening, Feb. 23d, to listen to an oration upon the character of Washington by the Hon. Edward Everett. ... Warren F. Gilbert ... Invitations. Gilbert, Warren F 1857-01-01
Boston, February, 1859. The committee of arrangements of the Mercantile Library Association, appointed to celebrate the birthday of Washington, respectfully invite your attendence at the Boston Music Hall, on Tuesday evening, Feb. 22, 1859, ... Committee of arrangements. S.W. Richardson. John H. Pilsbury. Oliver Richardson. ... Invitations. Richardson, Samuel Wadsworth, 1824-1884 1859-01-01
Boston, Jan. 17, 1865. Sir:--you are requested to act as one of the vice-presidents at the meeting of the citizens to be held in Faneuil Hall, on Wednesday, January 18, for the purpose of expressing their sense of the loss which the community has substained in the death of Edward Everett. ... J. Tisdale Bradlee, secretary. Invitations. Bradlee, John Tisdale, 1837-1908 1865-01-01
Boston, Jan. 6, 1847. Sir: The executive committee of the Boston Union of Associationists, have the pleasure of inviting you to a lecture, to be delivered on Thursday eveing, Jan. 7, by William H. Channing, at the Masonic Temple ... The social destiny of man on earth. ... Fred. S. Cabot, Recording Secretary. Invitations. Cabot, Fred S 1847-01-01
Boston, Jan. 8, 1868. ... Selwyn's Theatre. ... This evening, and every evening during the week, production of the new and original drama ... entitled Maud's peril ... The performance will terminate with the beautiful farce, ... entitled Easy shaving. ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Boston, January 1, 1852. Dear sir, you are respectfully requested to attend a principle exhibition of Brackett's marble group of the shipwrecked mother and child, at no. 1 Amory Hall, on Saturday, 3d. inst. ... Walter M. Brackett. Invitations. Brackett, Walter M 1852-01-01
Boston, July 30, 1806. The Board of Health present compliments to [C.P. Sumner Esq.] and request the pleasure of his company, on Wednesday, the 13th August, on a visit to Rainsford Island. ... n/a n/a 1806-01-01
Boston, June 1, 1843. A quarterly meeting of the Primary School Committee will be held at the Common Council Room, on Tuesday evening, June 6th at 7 12 o' clock. The semi-annual meeting of the committee, with the teachers, will be held at the same place, on Tuesday, June 13th, at 3 o'clock, p.m. Alvan Simonds, secretary. ... Invitations. Simonds, Alvan 1843-01-01
Boston, June 12, 1843. Sir, you are respectfully invited to dine with the members of the Bunker Hill Monument Association, at Faneuil Hall, on Saturday, the 17th inst. ... Committee of arrangements J.T. Buckingham, John C. Warren, Wm. C. Appleton ... Invitations. Buckingham, Joseph T. (Joseph Tinker), 1779-1861 1843-01-01
Boston, June 26th, 1869. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Boston, June 29, 1848. [Hon. J.A. Rockwell] Sir, we have the honor to inform you that the Boston Taylor Club have unanimously elected you an honorary member of their association. ... Your obedient servants, [Jno. L. Dimmock ...] Invitations. Dimmock, John L 1848-01-01
Boston, March 10, 1853. The quarterly meeting of the Primary School Committee will be held at the Common Council Room, City Hall, on Monday evening, March 14th, at 7 1-2 o'clock. The semi-annual Meeting of the teachers, with the commmittee, will be held at the vestry of Park Street Church, on Tuesday, March 22d, at 3 o'clock, p.m. to which you are invited. Charles Demond, secretary. ... Invitations. Demond, Charles, 1822-1889 1853-01-01
Boston, March 3d, 1856. Dear sir: the concluding lecture of the thirteenth annual series before the Mercantile Library Association, will be delivered in Tremont Temple on the evening of the 12th inst, by Hon. Rufus Choate. ... Charles G. Chase ... Invitations. Chase, Charles G. (Charles Greenough), 1827-1894 1856-01-01
Boston, March 8, 1850. The quarterly meeting of the Primary School Committee, will be held at the Common Council Room, on Tuesday evening, March 12, ... The semi-annual meeting of the teachers, will be held at the Adams Schoolhouse, ... Alvan Simonds, secretary. ... Invitations. Simonds, Alvan 1850-01-01
Boston, March 8th, 1858. The lecture committee of the Mercantile Library Association respectfully invite your attendance at the Tremont Temple, on Thursday evening, March 11th, to listen to an oration on "Hamilton and Burr," by the Hon. Rufus Choate. ... Edward W. Foster, S.W. Richardson, ... Lecture Committee. ... Invitations. Foster, Edward W 1858-01-01
Boston, March, 1855. Sir: you are hereby notified that a quarterly meeting of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society will be held on Wednesday afternoon, April fourth, at half-past three o'clock, at rooms no 5 Tremont Street. Charles Mayo, recording secretary. Invitations. Mayo, Charles, 1809-1859 1855-01-01
Boston, May 20, 1862. [Hon. Edward Everett] Sir: you are respectfully invited to the present at a public reception of Reverend W.G. Brownlow, of Tennessee, which has been tendered to him by the citizens of Boston, and will take place in the Music Hall, on Friday evening, May 23d, 1862, at 8 o'clock. ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Boston, May 27, 1852. The quarterly meeting of the Primary School Committee, will be holden at the Common Council Room, City Hall, on Tuesday evening, June 1, 1852, at 8 o'clock. Charles Demond, secretary. ... Invitations. Demond, Charles, 1822-1889 1852-01-01
Boston, May [11], 1783. [Sunday 11th] ... desired to attend the funeral of brother John Perkins, a deceased member of the Massachusetts Charitable Society ... [Alex Hodgston] Secretary. To [Mr. Samuel Webb] ... Invitations. Hodgston, Alex 1783-01-01
Boston, Nov. 15, 1855. Dear sir:--The government of the Boston Young Men's Christian Union have the pleasure to inform you that the anniversary of the society will be celebrated on Wednesday evening, November 21st, at the Hall of the Lowell Institute, when an address will be delivered by Hon. Emory Washburn. ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Boston, November, 1856. The lecture committee of the Mercantile Library Association respectfully solicit your attendence at the Tremont Temple, on Tuesday evening, Nov. 25th, to listen to an address upon "The union" by the Hon. Thomas B. Benton. ... Warren F. Gilbert ... Invitations. Gilbert, Warren F 1856-01-01
Boston, Oct. 10. 1863. Dear sir: the committee inviting Judge Hiestand to address the public, on Monday evening the 12th instant, will meet in the ante-room, Tremont Temple, at 7 o'clock, p.m. ... J. Amory, for the committee. ... Invitations. Amory, J 1863-01-01
Boston, October 13, 1845. Dear sir, several gentleman haveing expressed a wish to retain the Chinese Museum permanently in Boston ... n/a n/a 1845-01-01
Boston, October 1st, 1803. Proposals for re-printing a new and highly esteemed work, (published in London last year,) entitled, The bombardier, and pocket gunner. By Ralph Willett Adye, captain, Royal Regiment of Artillery. From the second edition, corrected and considerably improved. Broadsides.; Prospectuses.; Subscribers' lists. Larkin, Ebenezer, 1769?-1813 1803-01-01
Boston, Sept. 12, 1862 you are respectfully invited to Mr. George Francis Train's first lecture since his return from Europe. It will be delivered on Saturday evening. Sept. 13, at the Tremont Temple, -- Subject, England. ... Curtis Guild. Invitations. Guild, Curtis, 1827-1911 1862-01-01
Boston, Sept. 20, 1853. Dear sir: There will be an address delivered before the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association and the contributions to the seventh exhibition, by Geo. R. Rufsell, Esq., at Tremont Temple, on Tuesday evening, Sept. 27 ... With respects yours, Jonas Chickering, president. Invitations. Chickering, Jonas, 1797-1853 1853-01-01
Boston, Sept. 3, 1825. Sir--The subscribers for building the Congregational Church in Purchase Street, are informed that the corner-stone of the church will be laid on Wednesday, 7th September ... John Cotton, for the building committee. Invitations. Cotton, John 1825-01-01
Boston, Sept. 30, 1863. Dear sir: the address, by Capt. John L. Swift, on the "Campaign of the Army of the United States, in Louisiana, under Major General Banks," will be delivered at the Tremont Temple, on Friday evening, Oct. 2d, 1863, at 7 12 o'clock. ... A.H. Rice, chairman. ... Invitations. Rice, Alexander Hamilton, 1818-1895 1863-01-01
Boston, September 17, 1830. Admit [Isaiah Thomas, Esq. Pres. Antiq. So.] To the Centennial dinner at Faneuil Hall. [W.P. Cragg] secretary of the Committee of Arrangment ... Invitations. Cragg, W. P 1830-01-01
Boston, September 6, 1861. Dear sir,--your presence is requested at a meeting of the State Central Committee, and others of the Constitutional Union Party, at the Parker House, in Boston, on Thursday, the 12th inst., ... Leverett Saltonstall, Chairman. Daniel warren, Secretary. Invitations. Saltonstall, Leverett, 1825-1895 1861-01-01
Boston, [29 Sep 1808] The members of the Brattle-Street Social Singing Society, will meet at [Mr Coffins So. Bennet St] on Friday evening ... [Tho. Burley] Sec'ry. Invitations. Burley, Tho 1808-01-01
Boston, [Jany 25th] 184[9] Sir, A meeting of the government of the Republican Institution will be held at the Bromfield House, ... By order of the president. John R. Bradford, Rec. Sec. Invitations. Bradford, John R 1849-01-01
Boston, [Jany 2] 184[9] Sir. A meeting of the government of the Republican Institution will be held at the Bromfield House, ... By order of the president. John R. Bradford, rec. sec. Invitations. Bradford, John R 1849-01-01
Boston, [March 19] 18[50] Sir, a meeting of the government of the Republican Institution will be held at the Bromfield House, on [Thursday] evening ... By order of the President. John R. Bradford, rec. sec. Invitations. Bradford, John R 1850-01-01
Boston, [October 16th,]18[40] The regular monthly meeting of the Executive Committee of the Massachusetts Temperance Union will be held at the office ... Wm. S. Damrell, secretary. Invitations. Damrell, William Shapleigh, 1809-1860 1840-01-01
Boston, [Sept, 1st] 1785. The Massachusetts Charitable Society, whereof you are a member, is to meet ... at The Green Dragon ... [Nathel. Noyes] Sec'y. To Mr. [Samuel Webb]. Invitations. Noyes, Nathaniel 1785-01-01
Boston,[March 1] 18[50] A meeting of the government of the Republican Instituion will be held at the Bromfield House, ... by order of the president. John R. Bradford, rec. sec. Invitations. Bradford, John R 1850-01-01
Bought of Jonathan Harris, who has for sale at his shop no. 24, Cornhill, Boston, and store adjoining, English goods of every kind. ... Advertising cards. Harris, Jonathan 1790-01-01
Bouicault souvernir. ... Chas. H. Thayer, will present this evening the greatest living actor of the day. Mr. Dion Boucicault ... n/a n/a 1884-01-01
Boulevard Dollar Store. (The Boston Coliseum, 1872.) 254 Washington Street, Boston. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Bound for the Boston Clothing Co. Coming through the rye. ... Bargains always! Boston Clothing Company, Home Bank Building. H.A. Brett, manager. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bow Bridge, Central Park. ... Imperial baking powder ... For sale by grocers. Manufactured by J.B. Anthony & Co., Union Mills, Troy, N.Y. New York office, E. Ward, 336 Wahington St. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bowdoin College, District of Maine. Order of commencement exercises, September II, MDCCCXII. n/a n/a 1812-01-01
Bowdoin College, District of Maine. Order of commencement exercises, September IV, MDCCCXI. n/a n/a 1811-01-01
Bowdoin College, District of Maine. Order of commencement exercises, September V, MDCCCX. n/a n/a 1810-01-01
Bowdoin College, district of Maine. Order of commencement exercises, September VII, M.DCCC.VIII. n/a n/a 1808-01-01
Bowdoin College. '72. ... Commencement concert at the Congregational Church ... July 9 ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Bowdoin College. 1870. Commencement concert ... Congregational Church -- Brunswick ... July 12, 1870 ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bowdoin College. Junior prize declamation, '72. Monday, July 10, l871. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Bowdoin College. Order of exercises for class day, Monday, July 30, 1860. ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Bowdoin College. Order of performance, by Old Hundred. Monday evening, April 29, 1822. n/a n/a 1822-01-01
Bowdoin College. Prize declamation by the junior class, Monday evening, Aug. 1, 1859, at the Congregational Church. ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Bowdoin College. Prize declamation by the junior class, Monday evening, July 30, 1855. ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Bowdoin College. Prize declamation by the junior class, Monday evening, July 30, 1860, at the Congregational Church. Committee, G.M. Thurlow, E.P. Loring, B.S. Grant. ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Bowdoin College. Prize declamation by the sophomore class, Monday evening, July 25, 1859. ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Bowdoin College. Prize declamation by the sophomore class, Tuesday evening, July 24, 1855. ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Bowdoin College. Prize declamation by the sophomore class, Tuesday evening, July 24, 1860, at the Mason Street Church. Committee, E.R. Packard, C.P. Mattocks, H.H. Hunt. n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Bowdoin College. Prize declamation by the sophomore class, Tuesday evening, July 29, 1856. ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Bowdoin College. Prize declamation by the sophomore class, Tuesday evening, July 30, 1861, at the Mason Street Church. Committee, N.F. Putnam, C.B. Shackford, C.C. Waston. n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Bowdoin College. Prize declamation of the sophomore class, Monday, July 31, 1854. ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Bowdoin College. Prize declamation of the sophomore class, Monday, September 5, 1853. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Bowdoin College. Prize declamation of the sophomore class, in the Congregational Vestry, August 28, 1849. n/a n/a 1849-01-01
Bowdoin College. Public exhibition by the senior and junior classes, Monday evening, April 14, 1856. ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Bowdoin College. Public exhibition by the senior and junior classes, Monday evening, April 15, 1861. ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Bowdoin College. Public exhibition by the senior and junior classes, Monday evening, Nov. 19, 1855. ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Bowdoin College. Public exhibition by the senior and junior classes, Monday, November 27, 1854. ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Bowdoin College. Public exhibition of the senior and junior classes, at the Congregational Vestry, Tuesday evening, Nov. 14, 1848. n/a n/a 1848-01-01
Bowdoin College. Public exhibition of the senior and junior classes, in the Congregational Vestry, November 22, 1849. n/a n/a 1849-01-01
Bowdoin College. Public exhibition of the senior and junior classes, in the Congregational vestry, December 3, 1850. n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Bowdoin College. Senior and junior exhibition, at the Baptist Church, Monday evening, April 8th, 1872. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Bowdoin College. Sophomore prize declamation '72 Tuesday, July 5th, 1870. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bowdoin Square Theatre ... October 9-10-11 ... Red heads on parade ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Bowdoin. '75. Sixty-eight [sic] prize exhibition, May 31, 1875. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Bowdoin. Class day exercises 1875. Friday, July 9th ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Bowdoin. Class day, 1870. Thursday, July 14th. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bowdoin. Class day, 1873. Thursday, July 10th. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Bowdoin. Class of '74. Commencement concert ... July 8th, 1874. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Bowdoin. Junior prize declamation. '73. At the Congregational Church, Monday evening, July 8, 1872. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Bowdoin. Junior prize declamation. '74. At the Congregational Church, Monday evening, July 7. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Bowdoin. Junior prize declamation. '76. Monday evening, July 5th, 1875, at the Congregational Church. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Bowdoin. Prize declamation '75. Monday evening, June 30, 1873, at the Baptist Church. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Bowdoin. Prize declamation, '71. By the junior class, Monday evening, July 11th, 1870, at the Congregational Church. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bowdoin. Prize declamation, '76. Monday evening, June 29th, 1874, at Lemont Hall. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Bowdoin. Senior and junior exhibition, 1874. Monday evening, April 6th. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Bowdoin. Senior and junior exhibition, Monday evening, December 20th, 1875, at Lemont Hall. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Bowdoin. Senior and junior exhibition, on Monday evening, April 3, 1871, at Lemont Hall. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Bowdoin. Senior and junior exhibition, on Monday evening, April 7, 1873 at the Baptist Church. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Bowdoin. Senior and junior exhibition, on Monday evening, November 21st, 1870, at the Baptist Church. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bowdoin. Senior and junior exhibition. '75 & '76. Monday eve., April 5th, 1875. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Bowdoin. Senior exhibition for '71, the sixty-eight prize, at Lemont Hall, on Monday evening, June 5th, 1871. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Bowdoin. Sixty-eight [sic] prize exhibition, eight o'clock p.m., June 5. '76. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Bowdoin. Sophmore prize declamation, '74. At the Baptist Church, Monday evening, July 1, 1872. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Bowery Theatre. Week ending November 6, 1875. ... The performance will commence with ... Justina! Or, A strange world ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Boy's spring wardrobe, 1899. ... A. Shuman & Co., Shuman Corner. Mail-order department. ... A. Shuman & Co., Shuman corner, Washington and Summer Streets, Boston. n/a n/a 1899-01-01
Boyden's genuine court plaster Boston. Advertising cards. Boyden 1850-01-01
Boylston Museum ... The performance to commence with our new and original first part scene introducing The Boylston Mastodon Minstrels! ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Boylston Museum and Star Novelty Theatre ... The performance to commence with our new female minstrel scene ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Boylston Museum. ... Performance to commence with the Boylston Minstrels. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Boylston Museum. ... The performance will commence with Chas. H. Clarke's original version of the mirth provoking sketch, "The artful dodger." ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Boylston Museum. Commencing Monday, May 13th.--One week only. The Victoria Loftus Troupe of British Blonds and sensational burlesque artists. ... n/a n/a 1878-01-01
Boys and girls! ... Clinching screw fastened ... For sale by Geo. H. Chapman ... Fitchburg, Mass. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Boys and girls! ... Manufactured by Vaughn & Co. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Boys and girls! ... Rolon E. Foster ... Advertising cards. Foster, Rolon E 1876-01-01
Boys of '29! Annual meeting at the Parker House, Thursday, January 9th, ... Send answer to G.W.P. Yours, Geo. T. Bigelow, Benj. R. Curtis, William Gray, Geo. Wm. Phillips. Geo. W. Richardson, class committee. Boston, Dec. 20, 1872. Invitations. Bigelow, George Tyler, 1810-1878 1872-01-01
Brackett House. Rochester, N.Y. Brackett House, entrance Mill Street and N.Y.C.R.R. depot. Wm. Hildreth, prop'r. $2.50 and $3.00 per day. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bradford and Read. 58 Cornhill Boston. Law book-sellers. n/a n/a 1811-01-01
Bradley's super-phosphate of lime. Manufactured only by Bradley Fertilizer Co., 27 Kilby Street Boston, Mass. ... for all garden vegetables and field crops ... Use English lawn fertilizer for your lawns and door yards. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Bradley's super-phosphate of lime. Manufactured only by Bradley Fertilizer Co., 27 Kilby Street Boston, Mass. ... for all garden vegetables and field crops ... Use English lawn fertilizer for your lawns and door yards. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Braided edge Mexican hammock. n/a n/a 1883-01-01
Braided edge Mexican hammock. ... D.H. Brigham & Co., selling agents for Springfield. ... n/a n/a 1883-01-01
Brainard House. Willimantic, Conn. ... directly opposite the passenger depot, at the intersection of four roads, amd very convenient to the business part of the town. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Breakers behind. With compliments you are invited to call at our music rooms ... Remember this is Bargain Music House of Vermont ... Call and be convinced that this is the leading music house. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Brennan & Co. The best boots, shoes and slippers. ... 21 Tremont St. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Brewer & Tileston, publishers and booksellers, 131 Washington St., Boston. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Bridgeport Organ Co. Catalogue mailed free to any address. Bridgeport Organ Co., Bridgeport, Conn., U.S.A. and 246 Harrow Road, London W., England. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Briggs Boston Operatic Minstrels. The great military band. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Briggs House 200 rooms $2 and $2.50 per day. Frank Upman, prop. Corner Randolph St. and Fifth Ave. Chicago, Ill. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Briggs House, J.H. Cummings, proprietor, corner of Randolph Street and Fifth Avenue, J.E. Cummings, chief clerk. Chicago ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Briggs House. Cor. Randolph and Wells Streets, Floyd & French. Chicago. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Briggs marking pen ... Payson's indelible ink for marking linen, silk & cotton ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Briggs marking pen ... Payson's indelible ink for marking linen, silk & cotton ... Notice. This ink, requiring no preparation, has been in use in the United States and Canadas for nearly half a century ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Briggs, Westcott & Starkweather, (successors to Ellis, Hunt & Ellis,) importers of foreign hardware, of every description ... no. 217 Pearl Street ... New York. n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Bring the German corn remover. Every bottle is guaranteed to cure. It does wonders. B.F. Arthur & Co. Prop'rs. 84 Front St. N.Y. Patented August 3d. 1880. ... n/a n/a 1880-01-01
Brinley Hall . . . Worcester. Thirteenth season. ... April 28th, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Brinley Hall . . . Worcester. Thirteenth season. ... April 8th, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Brinley Hall . . . Worcester. Thirteenth season. ... May 19th, 1862 ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Brinley Hall ... December 12th, 1862. ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Brinley Hall Farewell concert of Ordway's Æolian Vocalists! ... On Friday evening, June 20th, 1851 ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
Brinley Hall! Concert of the Hauser Family, or Tyrolese Minstrels, who beg leave to inform the citizens of Worcester that they will have the honor of appearing before them at the above named-place on Monday and Tuesday evenings, December 11 and 12 [1848], and sing a variety of solos, duets, quartets, and melodies of the Alps, in their national costume. ... n/a n/a 1848-01-01
Brinley Hall! Ordway's Æolians! will appear at the above hall, positively but two evenings: Monday and Tuesday, January 5th and 6th, 1851 [i.e., 1852] ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
Brinley Hall, Feb. 5, 1874. Mendlessohn Quintette Club of Boston ... Programme. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Brinley Hall, Worcester ... Jan. 15th [1849] ... n/a n/a 1849-01-01
Brinley Hall, Worcester. Fourteenth season. ... Dec. 2, 1862. ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Brinley Hall, Worcester. Instrumental chamber concert. The Mendelssohn Quintette Club ... respectfully inform the musical public of Worcester, and vicinity, that they will give a concert, on Thursday evening, May 12, 1853. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Brinley Hall, Worcester. Second night of Ordway's Æolian Vocalists! From Harmony Hall, Boston, where they performed 150 nights with great success. ... On Tuesday even'g, June 17th, 1851 ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
Brinley Hall, Worcester. Vocal and instrumental chamber concert. Eleventh season. The Mendelssohn Quintette Club, of Boston ... will give a concert, on Monday evening, April 16, 1860. ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Brinley Hall, Worcester. Vocal and instrumental chamber concert. Mdlle. Caroline Lehmann, from the Grand Opera in Copenhagen, assisted by the Mendelssohn Quintette Club ... respectfully announces to the musical public of Worcester, the she will give a grand vocal and instrumental concert, on Thursday evening, October 14th, 1852. n/a n/a 1852-01-01
Brinley Hall, by particular request, and owing to the flattering reception given then by the citizens of Worcester Ordway's Æolian Vocalists! will appear for one evening more. ... Thursday even'g, June 19th, 1851 ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
Brinley Hall,-Worcester. Vocal & instrumental chamber concert. Repeated by general desire. The Mendelssohn Quintette Club, of Boston ... will give a concert, on Wednesday evening, May 2, 1860. ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Brinley Hall--This evening. Madame Biscaccianti assisted by that distinguished pianist and vocalist Mr. J.L. Hatton, who will sing some of his celebrated 'Descriptive comic scenes,' and by Signor Biscaccianti, (her husband,) who will perform two of his admired solos on the violoncello, will give a concert, at Brinley Hall, Thursday evening, March 8th, 1849. n/a n/a 1849-01-01
Brinley Hall--Worcester. Vocal and instrumental chamber concert. Twelfth season. The Mendelssohn Quintette Club ... will give their third & last concert of the series, on Friday evening, March 1, 1861, assisted by the distinguished vocalist, Mrs. Jenny Twichell Kempton. ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Brinley Hall. "Farewell! To night we leave you!" Wednesday evening, May 11, 1853. ... Third & last night! of Mason's Metropolitan Serenaders! ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Brinley Hall. Buckley's Serenaders, from 539 Broadway, N.Y. For two performances only. Friday evening, April 25 [1856], programme. ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Brinley Hall. Farewell concert of the Apolloneans on Monday, March 20. By request. n/a n/a 1848-01-01
Brinley Hall. Grand musical festival Madame Biscaccianti, the celebrated American prima donna, and M. Strakosch, pianist to the Emperor of Russia, will give a first, and positively only, grand musical festival!! on Thursday eve, 11th of October [1849] ... n/a n/a 1849-01-01
Brinley Hall. Grand operatic concert[.] Signor Benedetti, has the honor to announce to the inhabitants of Worcester, and its vicinity, that he will give his first grand concert, on Thursday evening, October 25, 1849. ... n/a n/a 1849-01-01
Brinley Hall. Grand vocal and instrumental chamber concert. The Mendelssohn Quintette Club ... respectfully inform the musical public of Worcester and vicinity, that they will give a concert on Monday evening, Dec. 11, 1854, assisted by the favorite vocalist, Mrs. E.A. Wentworth. n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Brinley Hall. Madame Biscaccianti having returned from Europe, has the honor to announce to the citizens of Worcester, that her first grand concert will take place on Monday evening, November 24th, for which occasion an engagement has been made with Mr. Charles Mueller, the celebrated pianist. n/a n/a 1851-01-01
Brinley Hall. On Tuesday evening, November 10, 1846. Mr. Lover, (author of Handy Andy, Rory O'More, &c.) will give his favorite Irish evening, illustrative of the national characteristics, mirth and melody of his country, with amusing anecdotes, and his own songs. n/a n/a 1846-01-01
Brinley Hall. Second night of White's Celebrated Troupe of Ethiopian Minstrels A card.--The managers begs leave to state to the citizens of Worcester, that they will give their second select concert on this Tuesday evening, April 17th [1855], at the above named hall. ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Brinley Hall. The Apolloneans on their way to New York, by particular request of many kind citizens of Worcester, will give one more, and positively their last concert, at the above place, on Thursday evening, November 12, 1846. n/a n/a 1846-01-01
Brinley Hall. The Apolloneans respectfully inform the citizens of Worcester, and vicinity, that they will have the honor of giving a musical entertainment instrumental and vocal, at the above place, on Wednesday evening, November 4, 1846. n/a n/a 1846-01-01
Brinley Hall. The Apolloneans respectfully inform the citizens of Worcester, and vicinity, that they will have the honor of giving their farewell concert, at the above place, on Thursday evening, November 5, 1846. n/a n/a 1846-01-01
Brinley Hall. This (Friday) evening, April 19, 1844. The Hughes Family respectfully inform the citizens of Worcester, that they intend giving a vocal and instrumental musical entertainment ... n/a n/a 1844-01-01
Brinly Hall--Worcester. Grand extra chamber concert! Twelfth season. The Mendelssohn Quintette Club ... will have the honor of giving an extra concert on Friday evening, March 22, 1861, on which occasion they will have the assistance of Messrs. Haman, Hohnstock & Stein ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Brinly Hall--Worcester. Vocal and instrumental chamber concert. Twelfth season. The Mendelssohn Quintette Club ... will give their first concert of the series of three, on Friday evening, January 11, 1861, assisted by the distinguished vocalist, Mrs. J.H. Long. ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Brinly Hall--Worcester. Vocal and instrumental chamber concert. Twelfth season. The Mendelssohn Quintette Club ... will give their second concert of the series of three, on Friday evening, January 25, 1861, assisted by the distinguished vocalist, Mrs. J.H. Long ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Brinly Hall--Worcester. Vocal and instrumental chamber concert. Twelfth season. The Mendelssohn Quintette Club composed of the following artists ... will have the honor of giving a concert on Friday evening, December 28, 1860, assisted by the distinguished vocalist, Mrs. J.H. Long. ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Bristow's patriotic concert in aid of the Volunteer Fund, at the Academy of Music, Saturday, May 25, 1861. ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Broad Brothers, dealers in piano fortes, organs, sheet music and musical merchandise. No. 1 Fenn's block, -- Putnam, Conn. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Broadway Theatre. Corner of Broadway and Broome St. [Sept. 4, 1867] ... This evening ... Richelieu or The conspiracy ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Bronx Wool and Leather Co., New York. Matthew Armstrong, president. George A. Vroom, treasurer. ... Manufacturers of foreign & domestic pulled wool, and every description of Morocco & sheep leather, 29 Spruce Street, New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Brooklyn and Long Island Fair, in aid of the United States Sanitary Commission, to be held February 22d, 1864. Brooklyn, Jan. 30, 1864. Sir: The committee desire to form an album of autographs of the prominent loyal men of the nation, in aid of the coming fair ... Clare C. Harrison ... Invitations. Harrison, Clara C 1864-01-01
Brooklyn exchange, passage, stock & money broker' office Julius Lehrenkrauss, banker and broker, also, Brooklyn agent of the Bremen, Hamburg and Rotterdam Steamship Lines, 377 Fulton Street, opposite City Hall, Brooklyn, N.Y. ... Advertising cards. Lehrenkrauss, Julius 1870-01-01
Brooks & Colburn, Northboro, Mass. Manufacturers of piano and organ sharps. H. Brooks, A.W. Colburn. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Brooks House, Brattleboro, Vt. Distances from Brattleboro. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Brougham's Lyceum Broadway, near Broome-Street ... the glorious drama of The devil in Paris ... Row at the lyceum or, Green room secrets ... Horror on Horror's Head or, The liar and slave ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
Brown & Wilson printers and stationers 28 Beekman St. New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Brown University. Class of '58. Exercises of class day. n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Brown University. Exhibition, by a part of the junior class, on Saturday, March 25, 1843. n/a n/a 1843-01-01
Brown University. Exhibition, by a part of the senior class, on Saturday, December 2, 1843. n/a n/a 1843-01-01
Brown University. Fall exhibition, on Saturday, Nov. 19, 1853. Order of exercises. n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Brown University. Junior exhibition. April 26, 1862. n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Brown University. Junior exhibition. April 28th, 1860. n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Brown University. Order of exercises and theses for commencement, September 6, 1815. n/a n/a 1815-01-01
Brown University. Order of exercises and theses for commencement, on Wednesday, September 3d, 1817. n/a n/a 1817-01-01
Brown University. Order of exercises and theses for commencement. September 1, 1813. n/a n/a 1813-01-01
Brown University. Order of exercises and theses for commencement. September 2, 1812. n/a n/a 1812-01-01
Brown University. Order of exercises and theses for commencement. September 7, 1814. n/a n/a 1814-01-01
Brown and Coe, breeders and importers of the best strains of pure-bred aberdeen-angus cattle ... Davenport, Iowa. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Brown and Dodge's ... Boots and shoes ... 49 & 51 Pleasant Street. n/a n/a 1884-01-01
Brown's Camphorated Sapanaceous Dentrifice. ... What to do till the doctor comes keep this handy, it may save a life. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Brown's household panacea. The great pain reliever. ... family liniment. ... Sure cure for toothache. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Brown's iron bitters. A true tonic. ... Brown Chemical Co. Baltimore, Md. ... 1884 ... n/a n/a 1884-01-01
Brown's iron bitters. A true tonic. Cures dyspepsia, indigestion, malaria, weakness, etc. ... Regst'd May 21, '78 ... n/a n/a 1878-01-01
Brown's iron bitters. Cures malaria, dyspepsia & female infirmities. The best tonic. ... Malaria. ... Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, Md. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bruce, Daniels & Rapp, dealers in rosewood, mahogany & fancy woods ... New York. ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Bruff, Brother & Seaver, importers and jobbers of foreign and American hardware, fine sheffield cutlery, guns, rifles, pistols and sporting articles, 44 Warren St. New York. ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Brunell's book holder, marker and leaf cutter. ... A.B. Brunell, 22 Cypress St., Worcester, Mass. electro gold, silver and nickel plating works. ... Advertising cards. Brunell, A. B 1870-01-01
Brunswick Juvenile Band & Orchestra. Band consists of 18 members. J.H. Hubbard, leader. New music for excursions, skating rinks, marches ... Brunswick, Maine. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Bryant's Minstrels! Programme for this evening. ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Bryant's minstrels. Programme for this evening ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Buchan's Carbolic Laundry Soap. Ten cents a bar. Cheapest & best. ... Kidder & Laird, No. 83 John Street, New York. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buchan's carbolic disinfecting soap No. 11. The best dog soap in the world. ... People deserve to suffer who neglect a sore or hurt until it becomes inflamed and malignant. ... Sold at all druggists ... 83 John St., New York ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buchan's carbolic disinfecting soap. No. 11 the best dog soap in the world. ... People deserve to suffer who neglect a sore or hurt until it becomes inflamed and malignant. ... 83 John St., New York ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buchan's carbolic toilet soap. The most healing and the best purifying toilet soap cures all eruptions of the skin. ... How mortifying as well as harassing are eruptions and sores. ... 83 John St., New York ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buchanan & Company, commission paper warehouse, and dealers in paper manufacturers' supplies, no, 59 Duane Street, New York. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Buckeye Force Pumps. Mast, Foos & Co. Springfield, O. U.S.A. Manufacturers of lawn mowers, iron fences, wind engines, etc. etc. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buckeye Lawn Mower. ... Manufactured for P.P. Mast & Co., agricultural implements, pumps, etc. Philadelphia. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buckeye lawn mower. ... [illegible] n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buckeye lawn mowers. Imitated but not equaled. Mast, Foos & Co. Manufacturers of iron turbine wind engines. Buckeye force pumps, lawn mowers, iron fencing &c. Springfield, Ohio. 1883. 1884. Price list. 1885. Buckeye lawn mowers ... n/a n/a 1883-01-01
Buckeye lawn mowers. Mimebaugh & Taylor. Hardware & Scales, Omaha, Neb ...Buckeye junior lawn mowers. ... n/a n/a 1882-01-01
Buckeye mowers, droppers, table rakes and binders ... Canton, Ohio. ... Passes through an ordinary farm gate. Requires less barn room than other binders. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buckeye mowers, droppers, table-rakes and binders. Aultman, Miller & Co. ... The lightest and easiest running elevator binder in the world. ... n/a n/a 1890-01-01
Buckeye, mowers, droppers, table rakes and binders. Aultman, Miller & Co. Akron, Ohio. The light draft buckeye folding binder ... n/a n/a 1886-01-01
Buckeye, mowers, droppers, table-rakes & binders. Aultman, Miller & Co. Akron, Ohio. The Buckeye is guaranteed to be the best mower ever made. n/a n/a 1890-01-01
Buckingham Dye for the whiskers ... it never fails to color a uniform brown or black ... Finally I tried Buckingham's and now use no other ...R.P. Hall & Co. proprietors Nashua, N.H. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buckingham dye for the whiskers ... it never fails to color a uniform brown or black ... R.P. Hall & Co. ... Nashua, N.H. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buckingham dye for the whiskers ... it never fails to color a uniform brown or black ... R.P. Hall & Co. proprietors Nashua, N.H. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buckingham's Dye for the whiskers is the best to color the beard, mustache and eyebrows a natural brown or black. The gentlemen's verdict. ... R.P. Hall & Co. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buckingham's Dye for the whiskers. ... Those who a desire to change the color of their beard and mustache to a beautiful brown or black ... Prepared by R.P. Hall & Co., Nashua, N.H. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buckingham's Dye for the whiskers. ... Those who a desire to change the color of their beard and mustache to a beautiful brown or black ... Prepared by R.P. Hall & Co., Nashua, N.H. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buckingham's Dye for the whiskers. ... Those who a desire to change the color of their beard and mustache to a beautiful brown or black ... Prepared by R.P. Hall & Co., Nashua, N.H. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buckingham's Dye for the whiskers. Use this dye and prevent the unwelcome marks of age. R.P. Hall & Co. Nashua, N.H. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buckingham's dye for the whiskers. Before using ... after using ... natural brown and black ... n/a n/a 1897-01-01
Buckley's Serenaders & Brass Band. Programme for this evening. ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
Buckley's Serenaders ... In new music hall ... Sept. 3d, '69. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Buckley's Serenaders! Programme. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Buckleys' New Minstrel Hall, cor. Summer & Chauncy Sts., Boston. Programme for this evening. ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Buena Vista Vinicultural Society, Sonoma, California, offer to trade from their vintages of 1872, 1873, and 1874 ... B.E. Auger & Co. ... San Francisco, Cal. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Buffalo City Flour Mills. Harvey & Henry, proprietors. Dealers in all kinds of grain ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buffalo Scales adopted by U.S. Government ... Buffalo Scale Co. Buffalo, N.Y. Scales of all kinds ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buffalo Scales adopted by U.S. Government ... Buffalo Scale Co. Buffalo, N.Y. Scales of all kinds ... N.P. Hayes ... hardware, iron and steel ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buffalo robes & fancy furs. Clints' furnishing goods. George R. Whipple, wholesale and retail dealer in hats, caps and furnishing goods, (Sabin's Building,) Providence. Advertising cards. Whipple, George R 1870-01-01
Buffum's pain extracting and healing Balsam! For burns, cuts, bruises, swelled joints, corns and bunyons ... 112 Broadway. Arnold Buffum. Advertising cards. Buffum, Arnold, 1782-1859 1830-01-01
Bullock's Royal Marionettes ... Programme. ... important caution to the public.--Two persons names McDonough and Earnshaw have now no connection ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Burdock Blood bitters. ... The greatest of all blood purifiers. ... Dyspepsia. Biliousness. Sick headache. Constipation. ... n/a n/a 1885-01-01
Burdock blood bitters. ... The greatest of all blood purifiers. ... Dyspepsia. Biliousness. Sick headache. Constipation. ... n/a n/a 1885-01-01
Burdock blood bitters. ... The greatest of all blood purifiers. ... Dyspepsia. Biliousness. Sick headache. Constipation. ... Advertising cards. Snyder, A. J 1885-01-01
Burn the Centennial Safety Oil absolutely safe ... Trademark registered Maverick Oil Co. 61 12 Broad St. Boston ... Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, in 1878. ... n/a n/a 1878-01-01
Burn the Centennial Safety Oil absolutely safe ... Trademark registered Maverick Oil Co. 61 12 Broad St. Boston ... Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, in 1878. ... n/a n/a 1878-01-01
Burn the Centennial Safety Oil absolutely safe[.] This is the purest and best oil that is produced from petroleum and was awarded the highest premium at the fair of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association in 1878. ... Centennial 160 Fire Test Safety Oil Maverick Oil Co. 61 12 Broad St. Boston. ... n/a n/a 1878-01-01
Burnett's floral hand book. ... This book is presented by A.M. Butterfield & Co. Sells Burnett's extracts. 305 Main St., Springfield, Mass. n/a n/a 1880-01-01
Burnett's floral hand book. ... This book is presented by A.M. Butterfield & Co. Sells Burnett's extracts. 305 Main St., Springfield, Mass. n/a n/a 1880-01-01
Burnham's photographs! Rooms in Market Square, So. Paris, Me. Cards, cabinets, 8 X 10's up to life size, made and finished in the best manner at popular prices. N.B. - Call and see large collection of specimens. J.U.P. Burnham. South Paris, Maine. Advertising cards. Burnham, J. U. P 1870-01-01
Burns' birth day ball. The Thistle Club will give a grand military & civic ball at Horticultural Hall, on Monday evening, 26th January, 1857. ... honorary managers: D. Thompson ... Invitations. Thomson, D 1857-01-01
Burrow's Boy's Clothing House. Manufacturers and dealers in boys, youth's and children's clothing, 81 Westminster St., Providence, R.I. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Burton's ... Brilliant success! Of Bulwer's comedy of the Lady of lyons ... The Toodles will also be repeated ... Wednesday Ev'ng, Feb. 2 will be played Bulwer's comedy , in 5 acts of the Lady of lyons ... To conclude with the favorite drama of the Toodles or, the farmer's daughter, ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Burton's Chamber Street, rear of the City Hall. ... Favorite comedies which have been played this season to a series of crowded houses ... Wednesday ev'g, May 7th [1856] ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Burton's Chambers Street, now open ... Sept. 11th [1851] will be played ... The Toodles or, The farmer's daughter ... comedietta of Perfection or, The cork leg ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
Burton's New Theatre ... November 24th [1851] will be played ... Genevieve or The reign of terror ... To conclude with ... Parents and guardians ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
Buster Brown leggings registered -- H.J. & S. ... Do you belong to the Buster Brown club? ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Butler & Leverigh, book and job printers 379 State Street, Morning News Building, New Haven, Conn. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Butler and Kelley. Wedding invitations, cards &c. Commercial printing a specialty. Engravers and printers ... New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Butler, Keith & Hill, importers of hardware, table cutlery, &c. and dealers in pig and sheet lead, lead pipe ... Thorndike's block, no. 118 Milk Street, (corner of Batterymarch Street.) Boston. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buy C.M. Henderson & Co's celebrated boots & shoes. ... n/a n/a 1890-01-01
Buy Fairbank's "Lakeside" soap and use no other. The fire crackers explode - a soul stirring climax. We sell Fairbank's fine family soaps try a bar of it. Pure, lasting and satisfactory. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buy Harris' wedgeheels ... Thomas M. Harris & Co. Philadelphia. ... n/a n/a 1884-01-01
Buy Sollers & Co's fine shoes. For sale by Couch & Woodruff, Bridgeport, Conn. ... n/a n/a 1880-01-01
Buy Sollers & Co's fine shoes. For sale by Couch & Woodruff, Bridgeport, Conn. ... n/a n/a 1880-01-01
Buy Sollers & Co's fine shoes. For sale by Couch & Woodruff, Bridgeport, Conn. ... n/a n/a 1880-01-01
Buy Sollers & Co's fine shoes. For sale by Couch & Woodruff, Bridgeport, Conn. ... n/a n/a 1880-01-01
Buy U.S.A. grain shoes for children. Manufactured by McIntosh & Co. Springfield, Mass. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buy of Joseph L. Bates, 13 12 Bromfield Street, photographs, views, picture frames, illuminated cards, &c. Advertising cards. Bates, Joseph L 1870-01-01
Buy only the Clough & Warren organs they captivate the world. Clough & Warren Organ Co. Manufacturers, Detroit, Mich. Send for illustrated catalogue. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buy the "appleby" hand-made harness and collars ... T.H. Appleby Mfg. Co. ... Syracuse, N.Y. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buy your base ball supplies of West & Co., 347 and 349 East Water St. "Low ball". n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buy your base ball supplies of West & Co., 347 and 349 East Water St. "Put it here". n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buy your base ball supplies of West & Co., 347 and 349 East Water St. Official score. A high fly. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buy your base ball supplies of West & Co., 347 and 349 East Water St. Two out, two strikes & three on bases. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Buy your boots and shoes of "Chafeee," new store, no. 117 Broad St. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
By [James Douglas] teacher. Reward of merit presented to [E.N. Douglas]. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
By the organ committee. Charity concert, at Mechanics Hall ... Feb. 5, 1865 ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
By the organ committee. Charity concert, at Mechanics Hall ... Feb. 5, 1865, for the benefit of the Ladies' Soldiers Relief Society ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Byron E. Simpson, dealer in boots, shoes, rubbers ... Cohoes, N.Y. Advertising cards. Simpson, Byron E 1870-01-01
C. & A. Wilder. Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of wooden ware. n/a n/a 1860-01-01
C. Dewar and Company, Kansas City, Missouri. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
C. Foster & Co. importers of hard ware and dealers in paints ... 222 Main Street, Worcester. n/a n/a 1850-01-01
C. Hartshorn hat, glove & hosiery store Washington St. 68 Boston ... Advertising cards. Hartshorn, C 1825-01-01
C. Porter hat-manufacturer no. 109 Orange-Street. Boston. Advertising cards. Porter, C 1830-01-01
C. Waller photographs for advertisement. Photo ink prints for catalogues. Complete sample books for salesmen and merchants. Goods photographed at factories anywhere in the U.S. ... Advertising cards. Waller, C 1870-01-01
C.A. Burlingame, manufacturer and dealer in light carriages, Amesbury, Mass. ... April 24th, 1879. Advertising cards. Burlingame, C. A 1879-01-01
C.B. Kendall's ballad concert, Mechanics Hall ... Nov. 6. [1874] ... Programme. ... The second concert of this series will take place ... December 18, 1874. The following artists will assist ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
C.B. Kendall's ballad concert, at Mechanics Hall ... December 18th, 1874. ... Programme. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
C.B.D. Boot & Shoe House. 32 Colony St., Meriden, Conn. C.H. Upson & Co. ... n/a n/a 1881-01-01
C.C. Warren, Waterbury, Vt. ... Warren's Jersey Creamery. ... Advertising cards. Warren, C. C 1870-01-01
C.C. Washburn's Flouring Mills. Washburn, Crosby & Co. Prop. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
C.D. Dows & Co. Manufacturers of Belfast Ginger Ale. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
C.H. Church & Co's Star Line for San Francisco. The magnificent A 1 clipper ship Silver Star ... is loading at Pier 9 East River ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
C.H. Co's Bostonian satin calf line ... Suggestions about shoes ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
C.H. Emerson, 299 Washington St. opp. Avon Place, Boston. Dealer in hats, caps, furs, umbrellas, parasols, canes, furnishing goods &c. ... Advertising cards. Emerson, C. H 1870-01-01
C.H. Howes photographer 40 & 42 East State St. Ithaca, N.Y. ... Advertising cards. Howes, C. H 1870-01-01
C.H. Porter, wholesale and retail stamp dealer, Winona, Minnesota. Advertising cards. Porter, C. H 1880-01-01
C.H. Remer. Japan & China tea store 15 Genesee St. Auburn, N.Y. ... Advertising cards. Remer, C. H 1870-01-01
C.H. Ryno & Son, clothing. Conductors, ferrymen, post office employees, telegraph messengers, railroad and steamboat uniforms, 29 Chambers Street, opp. City Hall Park, New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
C.H. Smith's double mammoth Uncle Tom's cabin. The darkies holiday. Academy of Music. Chelsea. Mr. C.H. Smith - Lessee. Monday evening, September 12th, 1881. ... Majestic revival and grandest production of the age of Uncle Tom's Cabin ... Advertising cards. Smith, Charles H 1881-01-01
C.H. Smith's. Double mammoth Uncle Tom's Cabin. ... Pence Opera House Friday and Saturday, March 10th and 11th ... Advertising cards. Smith, Charles H 1870-01-01
C.J. Fay, druggist. Dealer in chemicals, perfumery, varnishes, paints, oils, &. Hammonton, N.J. Advertising cards. Fay, C. J 1870-01-01
C.M. Henderson & Co, Chicago Barnum has been in town. ... San Francisco, July 9, '91. ... For sale by Hook Bros. & Oak, Perris, Cal. n/a n/a 1891-01-01
C.M. Henderson & Co., Chicago. ... J.C. Higgins & Co., Afton, Minn. n/a n/a 1891-01-01
C.N. Goward president ... Eagle Oil & Supply Co. Trade mark. Eagleine manufacturers of high grade lubricating oils 100 & 102 Broad Street Boston, Mass. U.S.A. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
C.N. Robinson, looking glass manufacturer, no. 248 Chestnut Street Philadelphia. Advertising cards. Robinson, C. N 1820-01-01
C.P. Fobes & Co., manufacturers of sash, doors, blinds, and cedar pails ... Crown Point, N.Y. ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
C.S. Foster, merchant tailor and dealer in ready-made clothing & gents' furnishing goods, sewing machines and fixtures, West Winsted, Conn. Advertising cards. Foster, C. S 1870-01-01
C.T. Fay, books, shoes and rubbers, 39 Dwight Street ... Holyoke. ... Advertising cards. Fay, Caleb T. (Caleb Taylor), 1821-1885 1883-01-01
Cal Wagner's Minstrels! ... [May 10, 1873] ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Cal Wagner's Minstrels! Under the management of J.H. Haverly. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cal Wagner's Minstrels. Under the management of J.H. Haverly. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Caldwell & Ghriskey, hardware commission merchants, nos. 16 & 18 North Fifth Street, Philadelphia. n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Caldwell F. Hindman, upholsterer, cabinet and upholstery warerooms, no. 556 Washington Street, Boston Advertising cards. Hindman, Caldwell F 1830-01-01
Calendar 1880 Evansville Journal Company, no. 14 Locust Street. ... A full line of blank books kept in stock ... n/a n/a 1880-01-01
Calfornia Agency Office ... Gold Regions. ... n/a n/a 1849-01-01
Calhoun Robbins & Co. 410 & 412 Broadway, New York. French, German & Japan fans. A new and complete stock of choice novelties in white goods. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Calico ball, Sir:--your company, with ladies, is respectfully solicited, at John Cotting's Hall, Marlboro', on Tuesday evening, April 24th, 1855. Committee of arrangemenis. Geo. W. Brigham ... Invitations. Brigham, George W 1855-01-01
Call and see him. B.F. Gilmore, 239 Westminster St., sells trunks, valises & travelling bags, &c., cheap. Advertising cards. Gilmore, B. F 1860-01-01
Call and see him. B.F. Gilmore, manufacturer and dealer of trunks, traveling bags, and wagon cushions. ... Westminster 239 Street. Advertising cards. Gilmore, B. F 1860-01-01
Callender's Original Georgia Minstrels. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Cambridge High School. Eleventh annual exhibition. July 15, 1859. n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Cambridge High School. Examination of the first college class, in Greek. November, 1865. n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Cambridge High School. Semi-annual examination, Friday, Feb. 25, 1853. n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Cameneum grand medley concert Yankee Addams's celebrated Excelsior Company! will give a grand medley concert at the above popular hall, on Saturday evening, Sept. 24. [1853] consisting of recitations, Yankee stories, dancing, singing, &c., &c., &c. Mrs. J.P. Addams [i.e., Mary Provost], the charming and talented artiste, will appear in several of her favorite songs. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Cameneum, Vaughan St. Concert November 9th. Thos. P. Moses respectfully announces that the Cameneum is now in respectable order as a concert, lecture and exhibition room, and, gas-lighted, will be reopended with a musical entertainment Tuesday evening, Nov. 9. n/a n/a 1852-01-01
Cameron's Clothing. J.L. Davies, successor to Cameron, the cheapest clothing house in the world, 172 Bridge Street, near High Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. Advertising cards. Davies, J. L 1870-01-01
Cammeyer & Acock, copper-plate printers no. 10 Library Street Philada. ... n/a n/a 1820-01-01
Camp fire of J.W. Lawton Encampment, Post no. 85, G.A.R. Ware, Mass. Wednesday eve., April 2, 1873, at their hall, Sandford's block, ... you are cordially invited to be present. Per order of committee. n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Campanologian concert. Great novelty and melody combined. The Swiss Bellringers respectfully announce to the citizens of Worcester, that they will give one concert at Brinley Hall, on Thursday evening, October 31st, 1844 ... n/a n/a 1844-01-01
Campbell Press Building, west of Machinery Hall ... all kinds of book, job, news, cut and color printing ... sole printers for exhibitors on the grounds. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Can I have the pleasure of seeing you home this evening? ... [Lizzie P] Continental Clothing House 744, 746, 748 & 750 Washington Street, Boston. ... Fitz Herbert having bought this stylish suit at the "Continental," is now so irresistible that the girls all want to go home with him. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Candee boots wear best. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Caps Brothers manufacturers of printers special machinery. New modern stereotyping and photo engraving machinery. ... Kansas City, Mo. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Capt. John J. Williams submarine engineer wrecker and diver contractor for all kinds of submarine work 1828 West Fourth Street ... Chester, Penna. Floating derricks, steam lighters and wreck appliances ... Advertising cards. Williams, John J 1870-01-01
Captain Smith and Princess Pocahontas, an Indian tale. Novels.; Subscribers' lists.; Publishers' advertisements -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.; Intaglio prints.; Boards (Binding).; Subscription editions (Publishing).; Presentation inscriptions (Provenance).; Annotations (Provenance). Davis, John, 1774-1854 1805-01-01
Card of honor. You can if you will. Fifteen merits. [M.C. Smith] teacher. n/a n/a 1877-01-01
Cards and fancy printing from tape or copper plate ... no. 52 Washington St. Boston. Advertising cards. Dickinson, Samuel N. (Samuel Nelson), 1801-1848 1840-01-01
Carey's General atlas ... [microform]. Atlases (Geographic) -- 1804. Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839 1804-01-01
Carey's General atlas ... [microform]. Atlases (Geographic) -- 1811. Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839 1811-01-01
Carey's General atlas, improved and enlarged ... [microform]. Atlases (Geographic) -- 1818. Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839 1818-01-01
Carey's general atlas, improved and enlarged [microform] being a collection of maps of the world and quarters, their principal empires, kingdoms, &c. ... n/a n/a 1814-01-01
Carl Formes' grand sacred and miscellaneous concert. Mr. Ullman, director and manager of the New York Academy of Music, respectfully informs the public that he has made arragement with Carl Formes, now under engagement to him for a rapid tour through the principal cities of the Union, prior to his departure for Europe. ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Carleton House, Jacksonville, Fla. The Italy of America. Stimpson, Devnell & Davis, proprietors. This new brick hotel is provided with a passenger elevator, Creighton's oral enunciator, and all modern improvements. Laundry and bath rooms. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Carols for Christmas. 1860. ... Christ Curch S.S. Cambridge. n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Carpenter's Automatic Black Lace Back Brace. Patented in U.S. Aug. 3, 1886 also in England, France and Canada. ... n/a n/a 1886-01-01
Carpenter's Automatic Black Lace Back Brace. Patented in U.S. Aug. 3, 1886 also in England, France and Canada. ... n/a n/a 1886-01-01
Carson & Hall. Watch makers silver smiths & jewellers no. 34 State Street Albany. n/a n/a 1840-01-01
Carter & Churchill's Lebanon overalls. Lebanon, N.H. Boston, Mass. For sale by O'Shea Bros., Laconia, N.H. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Carter's mucilage ... How to get an ink that will suit you. ... Carter, Dinsmore & Co., Boston and New York. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cartoon Publishing Co. 91 Washington St. Chicago. Removed to 233 Dearborn Street. ... J.C.F. Clark, John McGreer, proprietors. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Carusi's Saloon Madame Marietta Alboni respectfully announces to the public of Baltimore, that she will give her first concert on Tuesday evening, Dec. 14, '52, on which occasion Mad. Alboni will be assisted by Sig. Rovere, Sig. Sangiovanni, Sig. Arditi, musical director. n/a n/a 1852-01-01
Carusi's Saloon Madame Marietta Alboni respectfully announces to the public of Washington, that she will give her second and last concert on Thursday evening, Dec. 16, '52, on which occasion Mad. Alboni will be assisted by Sig. Rovere, Sig. Sangiovanni, Sig. Arditi, musical director. n/a n/a 1852-01-01
Carusi's Saloon. Madame Elizabeth Dannstrom respectfully announces to the public of Washington, that she will give a grand vocal concert at Carusi's Saloon, on Saturday evening, December 17, 1853, on which occassion Mad. Dannstrom will be assisted by Herr Lowegren the eminent pianist from Sweden, and Herr Isidor Dannstrom barytone [sic] from the Royal Theatre, Stockholm. n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Cash Store. Buy your provisions from Daniel W. Chase & Co., wholesale and retail dealers in fresh meats, hams, fish, butter, cheese ... 49 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn. ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Cash store, Eliab Stone Brewer, Boston. Fancy, & staple goods 414 Washington Street bought at auction with cash, and will be sold for cash only. Advertising cards. Brewer, Eliab Stone 1832-01-01
Castilian kid softener for ladies' & children's boots & shoes. Made by S.A. White. Boston. ... White's kid softener is applied with a sponge without soiling the hands. It renders the leather soft and very pliableant perfectly restores any leather worn red or rough. Does not polish. Advertising cards. White, S. A 1870-01-01
Castle Garden 17th opera night but four of the season. ... August 12th [1853] ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Castle Garden French & Heiser--proprietors[.] The second grand Sunday concert this season, by Dodworth's Celebrated Cornet Band will take place on Sunday evening May 23rd, 1852. n/a n/a 1852-01-01
Catching men the proper work of a Christian minister [microform] illustrated in a sermon, preached at Sudbury (Vt.) January 1st, 1807, at the ordination of the Rev. Silas Parson by Joseph Field. Ordination sermons -- 1807. Field, Joseph, 1772-1866 1807-01-01
Catlin's Indian portraits and paintings. To the honorable Senate and House of Representatives of the United States in Congress assembled: The undersigned, in behalf of herself and of her sisters, Clara Gregory Catlin and Louisa Victoria Catlin Kinney, daughters and sole heirs of the late Mr. George Catlin, who died on the 23d day of December last [1872] ... would respectfully present this petition, and ask the attention of Congress to the six hundred oil paintings ... of the North American Indians, now in the possession of Mr. Joseph Harrison, of Philadelphia ... Memorials (Legal). Catlin, Elizabeth Wing, b. 1837 1873-01-01
Cats can, but -- Bon Ami can not scratch for it lacks grit. Bon Ami is a modern improvement in the list of household necessities ... Ask your grocer for a cake. The Bon Ami Company New York city. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cats can, but Bon Ami can not scratch for it lacks grit. Bon Ami is a modern improvement in the list of household necessities ... For sale by all grocers. The Bon Ami Company, 66 Malden Lane, New York City. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Caught on the fly. Cincinnati Industrial Exposition. 1879. ... Kain's patent harrows. ... The best in the world. S. Kain. Bethany, Butler Co., Ohio. ... Advertising cards. Kain, S 1879-01-01
Cause de save de soles ob de chil'ren! ... Sollers & Co minstrels S.D. Soller & Co. ... Philadelphia. ... G. Brown ... n/a n/a 1877-01-01
Cause de save de soles ob de chil'ren! ... Sollers & Co's minstrels S.D. Soller & Co. ... Philadelphia. ... For sale by Couch and Wodruff ... n/a n/a 1877-01-01
Celebrated Eclipe Halter patented January 1st. 1884. Cannot be slipped by any cattle. Manufactured by J.C. Lighthouse Rochester, N.Y. The old five ring was good but the new Eclipse Halter is better. ... E.N. Barney, manufacturer of and (illegible) in light and heavy hand-made harness, whips, cards, combs, saddles, etc. ... Montrose, Pa. Advertising cards. Lighthouse, J. C 1884-01-01
Celebration of peace. The company of [Mr. Paine] is requested, at Wheeler's Hall, on Thursday next, at 6 o'clock, p.m. William Stedman, Levi Lincoln, jun. John W. Lincoln, Samuel Jennison, jun. Gardner Burbank, Silas Brooks, managers. Worcester, Feb. 28, 1815. Invitations. Stedman, William, 1765-1831 1815-01-01
Celluloid Eye Glasses. Perfection. For sale at J.P. Reed's. Advertising cards. Reed, J. P 1877-01-01
Celluloid cuffs collars & bosoms--water & perspiration proof. Waterproof linen, patented. ... For sale by all gent's furnishing and fancy goods houses throughout the country. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Celluloid cuffs collars & bosoms--water & perspiration proof. Waterproof linen, patented. ... [Domestic Fashion Co. Celluloid department Domestic building Broadway & 14th St. N.Y.] ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Celluloid waterproof collars, cuffs & shirt bosoms. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Celluloid waterproof collars, cuffs & shirt bosoms. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Celluloid waterproof collars, cuffs & shirt bosoms. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Celluloid waterproof collars, cuffs & shirt bosoms. ... Goods for sale by all dealers. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Celluloid waterproof collars, cuffs & shirt bosoms. ... Goods for sale by all dealers. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Celluloid waterproof collars, cuffs & shirt bosoms. ... Goods for sale by all dealers. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Celluloid waterproof collars, cuffs & shirt bosoms. ... Goods for sale by all dealers. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Celluloid waterproof collars, cuffs & shirt bosoms. Suitors not in favor with the old man should wear celluloid waterproof collars, cuffs, and shirt bosoms. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Celluloid waterproof collars, cuffs & shirt bosoms. The last invention economical, durable, handsome. ... Goods for sale by all dealers. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Census directory for 1811. Containing the names, occupations, to which is annexed an appendix containing much useful information, and a perpetual calendar. n/a n/a 1811-01-01
Centennial Souvenir. Prang's American chromos. The most perfect fac-similes of oil and water-color paintings produced anywhere. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Centennial anniversary ... July 4th. Exercises in Mechanics Hall. Programme. ... n/a n/a 1846-01-01
Centennial exhibition buildings ... Burdett Organ Co. ... Erie, Pa. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Centennial exhibition buildings ... Burdett Organ Co. ... Erie, Pa. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Centennial exhibition buildings. Craig, Finley & Co. Steam-power printers & lithographers ... Streets in Philadelphia are laid out at right angles. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Centennial milk-pan & cooler. Manufactured by Moseley and Stoddard. Poultney, Vt. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Centennial reception, evenings, 29th & 30th of April. 1775. 1875. Deacon House, Washington, cor. Worcester St. Boston. ... Committee Mrs. N. Silsbee. Mrs. S.T. Hooper. ... [April 30th] ... Invitations. Silsbee, N., Mrs 1875-01-01
Central European Hotel 100 & 102 Randolph St., near Dearborn, Chicago. The most central and cheapest house in the city. Having been thoroughly renovated and refitted, is now open for guests ... Capt. Wm. Briggs, prop. n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Central Hall, Great Falls. Positively for one night only. Pierce's New York Ethiopian Minstrels. From the New York Museum, under the immediate direction of H.M. Williams, late of Christy and Wood's Minstrels, New York ... Wednesday evening, May 30, 1855. ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Central Hall, South Berwick. Positively for one night only. Pierce's New York Ethiopian Minstrels. From the New York Museum, under the immediate direction of H.M. Williams, late of Christy and Wood's Minstrels, New York ... Tuesday evening, May 29, 1855. ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Central House Rutland, Vermont. J.A. Salsbury & Co., proprietors. A good livery connected with the house. Distance from Rutland ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Central House, Old Orchard Beach, Me. Wesley G. Smith, prop'r. This house being completed, will open for accommodation of guests about the 20th of June. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Central Park Garden Theodore Thomas' unrivalled summer night's concert ... New York, May 25th, 1875 ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Central Park Garden Theodore Thomas' unrivalled summer night's concerts ... New York, June 25th, 1875. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Central Park Garden Theodore Thomas' unrivalled summer night's concerts ... New York, June 27th, 1875. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Centurial jubilee. A sermon, preached at Bloomfield, N.J. Oct. 31, 1817; recommended by the Presbytery of Jersey, to be observed as a day of thanksgiving. By Cyrus Gildersleeve, A.M. And published at the request of those who heard it; for the use of Sabbath schools. Thanksgiving sermons -- 1817 Oct. 31. Gildersleeve, Cyrus, 1769-1838 1817-01-01
Certificate of merit [born 1818 - died 1824] this certifies, that [Miss Milley Rockwood] by punctual attendance, diligence, and good behavior, merits the approbation of her friends and instructress. [Vesta Littlefield] ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Certificate of merit this certifies that [Lucy S Wilder] by punctual attendence, diligence, and good behavior, merits the appropation of [her] friends and instruct[refs ME] n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Certificate of merit. This certifies, that [Elisabeth W. Baker] by punctual attendance, diligence, and good behaviour, merits the approbation of h[er] friends and instuct[ress] [S.L. Smith] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Certificate of merit. This certifies, that [Harvy Guild] by punctual attendance, diligence, and good behaviour, merits the approbation of friends and instruct[er A.P.] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Certificate of merit. This certifies, that [Henry Guild] by punctual attendence, diligence, and good behaviour, merits the approbation of h[is] friends and instruct [G. Cottle] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Certificate of merit. This certifies, that [Joanna Sanger] by punctual attendance, diligence, and good behavior, merits the approbation of her friendss & instructress. [M. Bullard] n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Certificate of merit. This certifies, that [Master E. Augstus Upton] by punctual attendance, diligence, and good behavior, merits that approbation of [his] friends and instruct[ress] [blank] n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Certificate of merit. This certifies, that [Master William R Deane] by punctual attendance, diligence, and good behavior, merits the approbation of his friends and instructor[s E Glover] n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Certificate of merit. This certifies, that [Milley Rockwood] by punctual attendance, diligence, and good behavior, merits the approbation of h[er] friends and instructor[ess Rhoda Bates] ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Certificate of merit. This certifies, that [Miss Maria L. Holden] by punctual attendence, diligence, and good behavior, merits the approbation of [her] friends and instruct[ress R.P.D.] ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Certificate of merit. This certifies, that [Mr. Henry Guild] by punctual attendence, diligence, and good behaviour, merits the approbation of h[is] friends and instruct[or Grace Cottle] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Certificate of merit. This certifies, that [Ursula Rackley] by punctual attendence, diligence, and good behaviour, merits the approbation of [her] friends and instruct[ress S.C.] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Certificate of merit. This certifies, that [Y.H. Paine] by punctual attendance, diligence, and good behaviour, merits the approbation of h[is] friends and instruct[or] [Wm. H. Seavry] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Certificate. This certificate exhibits the rank, attendence, &c. of [Henry R. Child] at the Franklin Grammer School, for the quarter ending on the first of [Jan.] 182[9] ... [W.J. Adams]. [Boston Jany. 17. 1829 William J. Adams Esq. Dear Sir I am highly pleased with the statement given of the character and standing of my son at school ... Richard Child] n/a n/a 1829-01-01
Champion harvesting machines. The Warder, Bushnell & Glessner Co. Springfield Ohio, Chicago, Ill. U.S.A. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Chance for a kick[.] To our patrons: Please read carefully the following certificate in regard to A & P baking powder ... Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. n/a n/a 1888-01-01
Character of St. Paul [microform] a sermon preached at the ordination of ... Samuel Willard ... 23d of September, 1807 by Nathaniel Thayer. Ordination sermons -- 1807. Thayer, Nathaniel, 1769-1840 1807-01-01
Characteristics of false teachers. The substance of two discourses, delivered at Dunbarton, New-Hampshire, Lord's Day, August 5, 1811. By Walter Harris, A.M. pastor of the church in Dunbarton. [Three lines of Scripture texts] Sermons -- 1811.; Printed wrappers (Binding).; Library copies (Provenance). Harris, Walter, 1761-1843 1811-01-01
Charity concert, at Rumford Hall, Waltham, January 12, 1858, by the Waltham Quartette Club, assisted by a number of ladies and gentlemen of this town. n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Charity concert, in aid of the proposed "Home for Aged Indigent Females," in this city. ... At Lyceum Hall, Friday evening, February 3, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Charity concert, of vocal and instrumental music, for the benefit of the Boston Children's Friend Society, at the Odeon, on Tuesday evening, June 9th, 1840, under the direction of a committee of the "Union Sewing Circle," whose object it is to aid in purchasing and making garments for the children. n/a n/a 1840-01-01
Charles & Augustus Taber, no. 45 Union St., and no. 2 Purchase St., New Bedford, booksellers, stationers, and dealers in charts and nautical instruments. Wholesale and retail. n/a n/a 1846-01-01
Charles A. Pillsbury & Co., proprietors of the Pillsbury, Anchor and Empire flouring mills, Minneapolis Minn. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Charles A. Smith & Co. merchant tailors Old State House Boston. n/a n/a 1840-01-01
Charles B. Albert, manufacturer of corn husk, sea grass & hair mattrasses [sic], spring beds, &c. Foot of Main-St., Jamestown, Chautauque County N.Y. Advertising cards. Albert, Charles B 1850-01-01
Charles C. Post, dealer in stoves and stove furniture ... manufacturer of every description of tin, sheet iron and copper ware ... Hinesburgh, Vt. Advertising cards. Post, Charles C 1858-01-01
Charles Cargill, dealer in paper-hangings, borders, curtains, fixtures, cords ... Providence, R.I. Advertising cards. Cargill, Charles 1870-01-01
Charles Cargill, dealer in paper-hangings, borders, curtains, fixtures, cords ... Providence, R.I. Advertising cards. Cargill, Charles 1870-01-01
Charles E. Teale, with Henry & John Paret, mens, youths, & boys clothing at wholesale 376 & 378 Broadway, cor. of White Street, New York. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Charles H. Clayton & Co. printers and stationers ... 157 & 159 Pearl St. New York. n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Charles Henninger, undertaker. Penn, Street, no. 716 Reading, Pa. ... Advertising cards. Henninger, Charles 1876-01-01
Charles L. Davis as Alvin Joslin. The funniest of all plays. The laughing success Charles L. Davis. ... Advertising cards. Davis, Charles L 1870-01-01
Charles Nettleton and Nathaniel Gill 117 Broadway, New York, room 15 notaries public & commissioners. ... Advertising cards. Nettleton, Charles 1870-01-01
Charles P. Stevens, manufacturer of printers' rollers, Merchants Building 51 12 Congress Street, -- Boston, Mass. Advertising cards. Stevens, Charles P 1870-01-01
Charles Pratt & Co. 46 Broadway, New York. Established 1770. ... Pratt's "patent prepared" gasoline, the best! August 1, 1882. ... n/a n/a 1882-01-01
Charles R. Sherman, dealer in nautical, mathematical and optical intruments, charts, nautical books, patent logs, stationery, &c., no. 49 North Water Street, New Bedford. ... Advertising cards. Sherman, Charles R 1870-01-01
Charles Schaun, dealer and manufacturer of ladies furs, wholesale & retail, no. 28 Hanover Street, Baltimore. ... Advertising cards. Schaun, Charles 1870-01-01
Charles Winslow, no. 7 Cornhill, Boston, English, French and Canton goods. Mourning articles constantly on hand. Advertising cards. Winslow, Charles 1820-01-01
Charless' Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio almanac for the year 1806 ... The astronomical calculations carefully made for the latitude and meridian of Lexington, Kentucky. By Abraham Shoemaker, of New-York. n/a n/a 1805-01-01
Charleston Hotel. Charleston S.C., with Otis' hydraulic passenger elevator. E.H. Jackson, prop. Places of interest in Charleston, S.C. and vicinity. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Charleston, Savannah and Florida Steam Packet Co. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Charleston, Savannah and Florida Steam Packet Co. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Charlestown, Mass., May 12th, 1857. Sir--The Bunker Hill Monument Association propose to celebrate the 82nd Anniversary of the Battle of Bunker Hill, on the 17th of June next ... Invitations. Warren, George Washington, 1813-1883 1857-01-01
Charlier Institute, New York City. Twenty-fifth commencement, Friday, June 18th, 1880, 7:45 O'clock, P.M. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Chart of American history ...from 1774-1826 ... No. VII ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Charts, p[illegible], sextants, quadrants, glasses, &c. William Hooker, 202 Water, corner of Fulton and Water-Street, New-York ... Oct. 1820. Advertising cards. Hooker, William 1820-01-01
Chas. E. Dilkes, freight broker & transportation agent, no. 202 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. ... General agency Pennsylvania canals. ... Advertising cards. Dilkes, Charles E 1870-01-01
Chas. E. Marsh, card & job printer, business and address cards a specialty. Greenville, N.H. Advertising cards. Marsh, Charles E 1870-01-01
Chas. H. Lyman's book, card and job printing house ... Holyoke, Mass., [Dec. 20, 1869.] ... Advertising cards. Lyman, Charles H 1869-01-01
Chas. H. Robinson, proprietor of the Eldredge House, Canajoharie, Mont. Co., N.Y. A good livery is attached. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Chas. H. Turner, card and job printer, Hebron, -- Maine, next door below post office. All work neatly and promptly executed. Advertising cards. Turner, Charles H 1870-01-01
Chas. L. Davis' If you want to laugh go and see Alvin Joslin 180 laughs in 180 minutes. Celebrated Alvin Joslin Comedy Company. Advertising cards. Davis, Charles L 1870-01-01
Chas. L. Davis' celebrated Alvin Joslin Comedy Company. ... 180 laughs in 180 minutes. Advertising cards. Davis, Charles L 1870-01-01
Chas. L. Wetherbee, manager. Occidental Hotel, Montgomery St. San Francisco, California. ... is centrally located, and has always been known as the leading hotel of San Francisco. Headquarters of the army and navy. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Chas. M. Stieff manufacturer of upright, grand, & square pianos. Ware-rooms. 9 N. Liberty ST. Baltimore, Md. ... Advertising cards. Stieff, Charles M 1870-01-01
Chas. R. Penfield, manufacturer of ship blocks, and block makers goods, Lockport, N.Y. ... Testimonials. ... Advertising cards. Penfield, Charles R 1870-01-01
Chase & Co's delicious confectionery ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Chase & Sanborn's Boston roasted coffees ... n/a n/a 1888-01-01
Chase & Thayer, proprietors. American House and Bangor Exchange, Bangor, Maine. Bangor, August 16th, 1882. ... Chase & Thayer, proprietors American House. A.W. THayer, proprietor Bangor Exchange. n/a n/a 1882-01-01
Chase's liquid glue ... Joshua S. Chase Boston. ... Advertising cards. Chase, Joshua S 1870-01-01
Chase's liquid glue mends everything and is the only glue in the world that will hold fancy cards in scrap books without wrinkling, showing through or discoloring. Joshua S. Chase, Boston. Advertising cards. Chase, Joshua S 1870-01-01
Chatauqua Brogans. Manufactured by Parks & Hazzard, Jamestown, N.Y. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cheap bookstore. D.C. Colesworthy, head of commercial wharf, Portland, keeps constantly on hand all the school books ... Advertising cards. Colesworthy, D. C. (Daniel Clement), 1810-1893 1840-01-01
Cheap boot and shoe factory, no. 172 Lake Street, Chicago. ... William David. Advertising cards. David, William 1860-01-01
Cheapest freight route to California! Sutton & Co.'s dispatch line for San Francisco ... The popular A 1 first-class clipper ship El Capitan ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Cheeney Bro's Concert Company ... Programme. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cherokee medicines for the unfortunate. Cherokee pills, female regulator. A. Lincoln. G.B. McClellan. ... Address all letters to Dr. W.R. Merwin. 63 Liberty St., N.Y. Advertising cards. Merwin, W. R 1870-01-01
Chester A. Arthur. Born in Franklin County, Vermont, Oct. 5 1830 ... C.M. Barnes, dealer in hats, caps, furs, robes, etc., West First St. Oswego N.Y. Advertising cards. Barnes, C. M 1881-01-01
Chester Greenwood, patentee and manufacturer of the "Champion" ear protectors. ... West Farmington, Maine, -- U.S.A. Advertising cards. Greenwood, Chester 1870-01-01
Chestnut & 11th Sts. E.A. Wright Philadelphia. Bank note engraver lithographer plate printer. Advertising cards. Wright, E. A 1870-01-01
Chestnut St. Theatre ... Saturday, December 24th, 1870. Last performances of Mrs. Scott-Siddons! ... At two o'clock when will be acted Romeo & Juliet ... In the evening, the performances will commence with the great play, by Shakspere, of the Merchant of Venice ... To conclude with the Shakesperean comedy, in 2 acts, entitled Katherine & Petruchio ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Chevalier Sigismond Neukomm's oratorio of David ... Mechanics Hall. ... April 8th, 1869. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Chicago Clothing Co. ... 34 to 40 Kearny St. San Francisco ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Chicago Clothing Co., world beater for overcoats. 34 to 40 Kearny St., San Francisco. Alfred Lillenfeld, manager. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Chicago Crystal Palace, Inter-State Expostion building. ... Samuel W. Kroff, real estate office ... Advertising cards. Kroff, Samuel W 1873-01-01
Chicago Tribune only 3 cts. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Chicago cottage organs high grade in tone sweet, clear and musical ... for sale by M.A. McCLure ... Rutland, Vermont. Advertising cards. McClure, M. A 1895-01-01
Chicago office ... Pingree & Smith, established 1866. Shoe manufactureres. ... Detroit, Mich. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Chicago, June 24th, 1857. The undersigned committee of arrangements, invite you, with your lady, to be present at the dinner to be given by the Bay State Union on the approaching anniversary of our national independence, at the Briggs House ... Myron C. Parsons ... Invitations. Parsons, Myron C 1857-01-01
Chichester's English. Diamond brand. Pennyroyal pills are the best worth their weight in gold. ... Chichester Chemical Co. ... Philadelphia, U.S.A. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Chickering's Hall! ... Friday afternoon, November 22, 1867, Le Roman d'un jeune homme pauvre! Comedie en 5 acts, ... Friday evening, November 22, 1867, Les idees de Madame Audray! Comedie nouvelle en 4 actes ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Chicopee High School. Annual exhibition. At Cabot Hall, March 16th, 1854. ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Chiefs Copway and Maungwudaus, and the whole company of Ojibway Indians in costume, will give a grand entertainment at City Hall, Newburypost, on Monday evening, Dec. 6, 1858, on which occasion they present the following programme. ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Children's shoes with trade A.S.T. Co. mark tips for sale here ... E.R. Smith ... New Haven, -- Conn. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Children's shoes with trade A.S.T. Co. mark tips for sale here ... E.T. Hamlin ... Willimantic, Conn. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Children's shoes with trade A.S.T. Co. mark tips for sale here ... Edwin N. Rice ... Clinton, -- Mass. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Children's shoes with trade A.S.T. Co. mark tips for sale here ... J. Samuels & Co. ... Hartford, Conn. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Children's shoes with trade A.S.T. Co. mark tips for sale here ... Melcher & Miller ... Lewiston, -- Me. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Childs & Larkin, keep constantly for sale, at thir variety store, Charlestown, a complete assortment of English and West-India goods, which will be sold, at a very low rate for cash. n/a n/a 1800-01-01
Chilled. Factory at South Bend Ind. ... Look at our fair display. ... Given excellent satisfaction everywhere are the plows ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Chilled. Factory at South Bend Ind. ... Look at our fair display. ... Given excellent satisfaction everywhere are the plows made by the Oliver Chilled Plow Works ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
China & glass warehouse, corner of Franklin Street Boston. Wholesale and retail no. 180 Washington Street. Churchill, Collamore & Co. Importers of crockery, glass, china, brittania & japan'd ware cutlery &c. ... n/a n/a 1825-01-01
Chinese Buildings no. 539 Broadway. Barnum's Lancashire Bell Ringers every evening during the week, also on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, commencing on Monday, May 20th, 1850. ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Chinese butcher & grocery shop. San Francisco. Handsome, historical, instructive the Jersey Coffee Series of photo-lithographic view cards, consisting of 100 beautiful views. ... The Dayton Spice Mills Co., Dayton Ohio. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Chittenden Hotel, Columbus, O. Railroad tickets bought and sold cut rates to many points this week we buy foreign money ... Ward's tours Cuba, Mexico and Palestine every winter ... Ward Bros. general steamship agents, established 1875. n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Chocolate candy segars ... Patented Feb. 1st 1898 Manufactured by Hawley & Hoops New York. n/a n/a 1898-01-01
Choice things in art. Tasteful & odd frames, artists' materials, fine photographs, J.H. Ryder, Cleveland, O. Sup'r St. 239. Advertising cards. Ryder, J. H 1880-01-01
Choice things in art. Tasteful & odd frames, artists' materials, fine photographs, J.H. Ryder, Cleveland, O. Sup'r St. 239. Advertising cards. Ryder, J. H 1880-01-01
Choice things in art. Tasteful & odd frames, artists' materials, fine photographs, J.H. Ryder, Cleveland, O. Sup'r St. 239. Advertising cards. Ryder, J. H 1880-01-01
Choice things in art. Tasteful & odd frames, artists' materials, fine photographs, J.H. Ryder, Cleveland, O. Sup'r St. 239. Long life and happiness. Advertising cards. Ryder, J. H 1880-01-01
Choral festival. All Saints Church, Worcester. ... February 16, 1871. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Christ crucified, the power of God and the wisdom of God, the grand subject of correct preaching. A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Gamaliel S. Olds, to the pastoral care of the Congregational Church and Society in Greenfield, (Mass.) as colleague with Rev. Roger Newton, D.D. Nov. 19, 1813, by Samuel Austin, D.D. Ordination sermons -- 1813. Austin, Samuel, 1760-1830 1814-01-01
Christ's rebuke to his disciples for their irregular zeal in his cause. A sermon delivered at the Second Church in Boston, May 10, 1812. By Joseph Lathrop, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in West Springfield. Published at the request of the hearers. Sermons -- 1812.; Wrappers (Binding). Lathrop, Joseph, 1731-1820 1812-01-01
Christian diligence exemplified [microform] a sermon preached in the Presbyterian Church ... occasioned by the death of John Todd, Esq., who departed this life on the 26th day of August, 1810 by Thomas H. Price. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Price, Thomas H 1811-01-01
Christian mourning [microform] a sermon, occasioned by the death of Mrs. Isabella Graham and preached on the evening of Sabbath, the 14th Aug. 1814 by J.M. Mason. Funeral sermons -- 1814. Mason, John M. (John Mitchell), 1770-1829 1814-01-01
Christianity defended, against the cavils of infidels, and the weakness of enthusiasts. A sermon preached in the Presbyterian Church at Utica, May 15, 1808. By James Carnahan, pastor of the Presbyterian churches at Utica and Whitesborough. [Four lines of Scripture texts] Sermons -- 1808. Carnahan, James, 1775-1859 1808-01-01
Christians rejoice in the extension of divine worship. A discourse, delivered the second Sunday after Trinity, 1815, at Pawtucket, in North Providence, R.I. By the Rev. J.L. Blake, A.M. minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Sermons -- 1815. Blake, John Lauris, 1788-1857 1815-01-01
Christmas ball. L.E. Truesdell, Warren. J.S. Bosworth, Palmer. ... Dear Sir: The above managers solicit your attendance with ladies, at Antique Hall, Palmer, on Tuesday evening, December 25th, 1860. ... Invitations. Truesdell, L. E 1860-01-01
Christmas cotillion party ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Christmas fair. The ladies of Grace Church, Oxford, propose to hold a fair on Thursday, December 22d, afternoon and evening ... Oxford, December, 1864. n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Christmas festival. ... Quadrille party, to be given at The Massasoit House, Waltham, on Friday evening, December 25th, 1840. N.P. Banks, Jr. - - manager. ... Invitations. Banks, Nathaniel Prentiss, 1816-1894 1840-01-01
Christmas service ... St. John's Church. Providence, R.I. 1873. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Christmas week concert. Handel's oratorio, the Messiah, will be performed by the Worcester Mozart Society, on Saturday evening, Dec. 29, 1860, at Mechanics Hall, with orchestral accompaniment. ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Christopher Tonge, no. 103 North Third Street between Arch & Race Philadelphia. Manufacturer of superior blacking in cakes, balls & liquid ... Advertising cards. Tonge, Christopher 1810-01-01
Church of the Unity ... Nov. 21, 1871. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Church of the Unity. "Messiah". ... Jan. 9th, 1874. ... by a select chorus of forty voices and the following soloiststs ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Church of the Unity. Christmas vespers, December 27, 1874. Music from Handel's Messiah. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Cincinnati Female Seminary. Annual commencement exercises. Thursday, June 18, 1863. 10 o'clock, a.m. n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Circular. At an adjourned meeting of Booksellers, Employing Printers, Bookbinders, and Others, Engaged in the Manufacture of Books, held on Wednesday evening the 27th inst., the accompanying memorial was uanimously adopted. ... n/a n/a 1837-01-01
Circular. The Boston Amaterur Dramatic Club proposes to give a series of performances for the charitable objects, at Horticultural Hall, during the coming winter. The series will consist of four sets of plays, each set to have four representations. ... The brigands of Lodi, and Damon and Pythias. ... The white cat, and a nervous set. Modern warfare, and good for nothing. ... Boston, Nov. 30, 1870. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Citizens Evening Line on the Hudson River 1888 ... Regular steamboat train leaving Saratoga ... n/a n/a 1888-01-01
Citizens ball. ... Social citizens ball, in Mechanics Hall, on Tuesday evening, February 1st, 1859, ... the company of yourself and friends is respectfully solicited. ... music by Messrs. Arbuckle & Patz's full quadrille band. Prompters: Messrs. Wm. H. Weaver, (Springfield,) and W.H. Valentine. ... List of manager's: Nathan Washburn, H.N. Tower, Chas. A. Wheeler, ... Joseph P. Hale, John Boyden, ... executive committee. Worcester, Jan'y 18, 1859. Invitations. Washburn, Nathan 1859-01-01
Citizens ball. In compliance with the desire of a great number of the residents of Worcester and vicinity, arrangements have been completed for a social citizens ball, in Mechanics Hall, on Tuesday evening, February 1st, 1859, ... the company of yourself and friends is respectfully solicited. ... Music by Messrs. Arbuckle & Patz's full quadrille band. List of managers: Nathan Washburn, H.N. Tower, Chas. A. Wheeler, ... Executive committee. Joseph P. Hale, ... Worcester, Jan'y 18, 1859. Invitations. Washburn, Nathan 1859-01-01
Citizens' Benevolent Ball. The honour of [Mrs. Bradstreet's] company is requested at a ball to be given on the evening of the first of February, 1838, at Carusi's Saloon. Managers. Peter Force, John P. Van Ness, Joseph Gales, Jun., ... Invitations. Force, Peter 1838-01-01
Citizens' ball, your company,with ladies is solicited at the Town Hall, Leicester, on Friday evening, January 22d, 1864. Committee of arrangements: T.E. Woodcock ... Leicester, Jan. 14, 1864. Invitations. Woodcock, T. E 1864-01-01
Citizens' grand ball. M[rs. & Miss Campbell] The pleasure of your company is respectfully solicited to attend the citizens grand ball, to be given at the Regis House, Downieville, on Tuesday evening, June 18th, 1856. Committee of reception. John S. Day ... Committee of invitation. Geo. E. Tallmadge ... Invitations. Tallmadge, George E 1856-01-01
Citizens' social ride. At A. Heald's Hotel, Wednesday, Jan. 11, ... Mr.[Joseph Garwing] and lady ... N. Warren, A. Fisk, 2d, L. Russell, ... Man. Dublin, Jan 7, 1837. Invitations. Warren, N 1837-01-01
Citizens' union ball. Sir.--Your company with ladies is respectfully solicited at E.T. Page's Washington Hall, Waltham, on Friday evening, Jan. 21st 1848. Committee of arrangements. Nathaniel Maynard, William Porter, Thomas Barnes, Willard Adams, ... Floor managers. Isaac Lamson, William Gibbs, ... Invitations. Maynard, Nathaniel 1848-01-01
City Guards Reception. The City Guards will dedicate their New Armory, (Brinley Hall,) on Friday evening, April 16th, ... Committee of Arrangements. Capt. G.H. Ward. Lieut. A.B.R. Sprague. S. Hathaway. ... Armory Co. A. 3d Batt. Rifles M.V.M., Worcester, April 10, 1858. Invitations. Ward, G. H 1858-01-01
City Hall The last grand instrumental concert! The Germania Musical Society. Consisting of 23 instrumental solo performers, respectfully announce to the ladies and gentlemen of Worcester and vicinity, that they will give only one more concert on Friday evening, Oct. 3d [1851], at the City Hall.... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
City Hall! Farewell night of Sanford's world renowned Opera Troupe Friday evening, August 11th [1854]. ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
City Hall! Fourth grand subscription concert! of the Germania Musical Society. Will take place on Tuesday evening, January 18 [1853], on which occasion they will be assisted by Camille Urso, violinist, Miss Elise Hensler, vocalist, Mad. Caroline Bandt, pianist. n/a n/a 1853-01-01
City Hall! Last night but one!! Sanford's world renowned Opera Troupe Wednesday evening, Aug. 9, '54. R.H. Sliter in new dances. ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
City Hall! Last night of the original Buckley's Serenaders! And Ethiopian Burlesque Opera Troup! ... October 11th, 1862. ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
City Hall! Portland. Grand complimentary concert by the citizens of Portland, to Master Richard Coker, on Wednesday evening, June 7th [1865]. ... Programme. ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
City Hall! The fifth subscription concert! of the Germania Musical Society, will take place on Tuesday evening, Feb. 15th [1853], on which occasion they will be assisted by Camille Urso, violinist, and Alfred Jaell, pianist. n/a n/a 1853-01-01
City Hall! The third subscription concert of the Germania Musical Society, Friday evening, Dec. 30th [1853], assisted by Mr Thoams Aptommas, harpist, and Signor Herr Rudolph, vocalist. Programme. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
City Hall! Third subscription concert of the Germania Musical Society, Friday evening, Jan. 13th ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
City Hall! Tuesday eve'g, June 15, 1858! Last night of Buckley's Serenaders! ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
City Hall! Two grand instrumental concerts to be given on Thursday and Friday evenings, October 2d and 3d [1851], by the celebrated Germania Musical Society. ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
City Hall!! On Tuesday eve., Aug. 14, 1855. Positively for two nights only. The original & well-known Christy's Minstrels! ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
City Hall!! Paul Julien would respectfully inform his friends and the citizens of Worcester, that he will give one grand concert, on Thursday evening, Sept. 6th [1855]. For this occasion he will be assisted by the following extraordinary combination of talent, the great vocalist, Sig'a Constanza Manzini!! Prima donna a saluta, from the grand opera Neaples [sic], Milan, Paris, London, New York and Havana. T. Franklin Bassford, the distinguished young American pianist. Signor Manzini the celebrated baritone, from the grand opera, and Mons. Wugk Sabatier, pianist to the Duchess of Montpensier, will preside at the piano. n/a n/a 1855-01-01
City Hall!! Paul Julien, most respectfully informs his friends and the citizens of Worcester, that he will give one grand concert, on Tuesday evening, March 20th [1855], assisted by the little phenomenon, Adelina Patti, who created such a sensation all over the U.S., and August Gockel, the most distinguished and well-known pianist ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
City Hall, Monday evening, Dec. 5th, 1853. ... Grand concert and ballad soiree, by Madame Henriette Sontag! Paul Julien, Alfred Jaell, Signor Rocco. n/a n/a 1853-01-01
City Hall, Providence. ... November 9th, 1868. ... n/a n/a 1868-01-01
City Hall, Worcester ... April 8th, 1852. ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
City Hall, Worcester. Grand lyric entertainment! Partly in dramatic costume, combining the attractions of concert & opera, and arranged on a plan of popular and new performances never before attempted. ... For this occasion, the following distinguished artists will appear: Miss Anna Vail!! The favorite young American prima donna ... Signor Brignoli, the great tenor of the Italian Opera, New York. Signor Amodio, the eminent baritone, and New York favorite. Signor Albites, conductor. The first and only entertainment will take place, on Wednesday eve'ng, July 16 [1856]. ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
City Hall,--Worcester. Perham's Ethiopian Delineators! and Opera Vocalists ... For three nights only! Friday, Saturday and Monday eve's, May 30th and 31st. and June 2d [1856]. ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
City Hall--Dover, Monday evening, March 16th, 1874. Wilkinson's New England Theatre. ... The fatal glass: curse of drink. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
City Hall--Waterbury, Thursday evening, Nov. 20, '73. Wilkinson's New England Theatre. ... will be presented ... Little sunshine or The working girl's oath ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
City Hall. Farewell concert. Paul Julien most respectfully informs the citizens of Worcester and vicinity, that he will give his grand farewell concert, on Thursday eve., Sept. 28th, 1854, assisted by the following eminent talent: M'lle Durand, the young and talented prima donna, and Charles Weise, the distinguished pianist. ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
City Hall. Fifth subscription concert of the Germania Musical Society, will be given on Friday evening, Feb'y 10th, on which occasion the following artists will appear in solo parts, Mrs. Emma A. Wentworth, vocalist ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
City Hall. First subscription concert of the Germania Musical Society, Friday evening, Nov. 25th [1853], assisted by Ma'm'selle Caroline Pintard, vocalist. n/a n/a 1853-01-01
City Hall. First subscription concert! of the Germania Musical Society, will take place on Tuesday evening, Nov. 30 [1852], on which occasion they will be assisted by Madame Elise Siedenburg, primo soprano from the Court Theater of the Grand Duke of Schwerin. ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
City Hall. Fourth subscription concert of the Germania Musical Society! Friday evening Jan. 27. Including a violoncello solo by Bergmann, and a flute solo by Zerrahn. n/a n/a 1854-01-01
City Hall. Grand concert. Paul Julien most respectfully informs the citizens of Worcester and vicinity, that he will give one grand concert, on Wednesday eve., Sept. 27th, 1854, assisted by the following eminent talent: M'lle Durand, the young and talented prima donna, and Charles Weise, the distinguished pianist. ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
City Hall. Grand sacred concert for the benefit of the Germania Musical Society! ... Sunday evening, Sept. 22, 1850 at the City Hall, on which occasion they will perform the following choice programme. ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
City Hall. Grand vocal to be given by W.H. Schultze, (violin), Henry Jungnickel, (violoncello), and Carl Hause, (pianist), assisted by the much admired vocalist, Miss Bothamly. n/a n/a 1855-01-01
City Hall. Grand vocal and instrumental music. Henry Ahner! of the late Germania Musical Society, respectfully announces to the citizens of Worcester and vicinity, that he will give a grand concert Thursday evening, March 22d, 1855, at the City Hall, on which occasion he will be assisted by the world renowned violinists, Brothers Mollexhauer, and the celebrated pianists, Carl Weise and C.A. Adler, and Mr. J.P. King, cornet. ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
City Hall. King's Æolians! Great attreaction! The management have the honor of announcing a concert! in the City Hall, on Wednesday, February 3, 1858, when will be presented a choice selection of Ethiopian, comic and sentimental songs, choruses, duetts, dances, trios, burlesques, farces, original conundrums, &c., &c. ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
City Hall. Lecture Association of Saco. ... Oct. 28, 1874. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
City Hall. May Day evening. Third instrumental concert of the Germania Musical Society. To be given Wednesday evening, May 1st [1850], at the above-named hall. n/a n/a 1850-01-01
City Hall. Ole Bull respectfully begs leave to announce that he will give one grand concert at the City Hall! Thursday eve'ng, June 3d [1852], assisted by the Germania Musical Society, and Alfred Jaell! ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
City Hall. Positively the last grand instrumental concert of the Germania Musical Society. To be given Thursday evening, May 2nd [1850], at the above-named hall. n/a n/a 1850-01-01
City Hall. Sacred concert by the Germania Musical Society, in Worcester. The Germania Musical Society will give a grand sacred concert, (by particular request,) on Sunday evening, March 14th [1852], at the City Hall, assisted by Alfred Jaell, the celebrated pianist. n/a n/a 1852-01-01
City Hall. Second grand instrumental concert of the Germania Musical Society. To be given Tuesday evening, Apr. 30 [1850], at the above-named hall. n/a n/a 1850-01-01
City Hall. Second grand instrumental concert of the Germania Musical Society. To be given Tuesday evening, Apr. 30 [1850], at the above-named hall. n/a n/a 1850-01-01
City Hall. Sixth & last subscription concert of the Germania Musical Society, will be given on Friday evening, Feb'y 24th ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
City Hall. Subscription concerts of the Germania Musical Society, in Worcester. Last concert of the series! The Germania Musical Society will give the sixth and last grand instrumental concert, of the series of six, Saturday ev'g, Mar. 13th, at the City Hall, assisted by Alfred Jaell, the celebrated pianst. n/a n/a 1852-01-01
City Hall. Subscription concerts of the Germania Musical Society, in Worcester. The fifth grand vocal and instrumental concert, (last but one of the series of six,) will be given on Saturday ev'g, Feb. 21st [1852], at the City Hall, assisted by Miss Adelaide Phillips, the talented vocalist. n/a n/a 1852-01-01
City Hall. Subscription concerts of the Germania Musical Society. The fourth grand vocal and instrumental concert, of the series of six, will be given on Friday evening, Feb. 6th, [1852] at the City Hall, assisted by Miss Adelaide Phillips, the talented vocalist. n/a n/a 1852-01-01
City Hall. The sixth and last grand vocal & instrumental concert of the Germania Musical Society, will take place on Tuesday evening, March 1st [1853], on which occasion they will be assisted by Miss Anna Stone, vocalist, Camille Urso, violinist, and Alfred Jaell, pianist. n/a n/a 1853-01-01
City Hall. Third grand subscription concert of the Germania Musical Society, will take place on Tuesday evening, Jan'y 4 [1853], on which occasion they will be assisted by Camille Urso, violinist, and Alfred Jaell, pianist. Programme. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
City Hotel, 315 Arch Street, Philadelphia. Thos. Y. Landies, manager ... n/a n/a 1880-01-01
City Hotel, by M. Kendall, a few rods south of [the] depot Springfield, MS. Advertising cards. Kendall, M 1850-01-01
City Music Store, no. 83 Thames-St., Newport, R.I. Piano fortes, melodeons, violins, guitars, -- music. ... T.W. Wood, proprietor. Advertising cards. Wood, T. W 1850-01-01
City [Hall] Joslyn's Cornet Band, Eben Flagg, leader, will give a concert at the above place, on Monday evening, March 15, 1858, consisting of solos, duets, &c., under the direction of George Kendall. ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
City bonnet warehouse. Mrs. M.D. Chapin, 254 Washington Street, Boston. Fashionable millinery and mourning bonnets, of all kinds, ready made. Advertising cards. Chapin, M. D., Mrs 1830-01-01
City crier's concert. Geo. Hill has made preparations for a musical entertainment, at the Music Hall, on Monday evening, Dec. 24, '55. For which occasion he has secured the services of Miss Phillips, Mrs. Leach, Miss Twichell, Mr. Arthurson, Mr. Leach, with Mr. Gustave Satter, the celebrated pianist, and Mr. B.J. Lang, accompanist. ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
City hall. The last grand instrumental concert! The Germania Musical Society. Consisting of 23 instrumental solo performers, respectfully announce to the ladies and gentlemen of Worcester and vicinity, that they will give only one more concert on Friday evening, Oct. 3d [1851], at the city hall. n/a n/a 1851-01-01
City of Boston, Ninety-fourth anniversary of American Independence July 4, 1870. Order of exercise in Music Hall. ... Committee. Nathaniel B. Shurtleef, mayor. ... Invitations. Shurtleff, Nathaniel Bradstreet, 1810-1874 1870-01-01
City of Boston. - business section. ...Golding & Company, manufacturers of presses ... stamps ... tools ... type ... Boston, Mass. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
City of Boston. ... June 12, 1860. Sir: you are respectfully invited to attend the dinner to be given at the Revere House, on Saturday next, by the City Council of Boston, in honor of the National Quarantine and Sanitary Convention, now in session in this city. F.W. Lincoln, Jr., Mayor. Francis E. Faxon, Silas Peirce, Harrison O. Briggs, ... committee. Invitations. Lincoln, Frederic Walker, 1817-1898 1860-01-01
City of Boston. ... June 26th, 1847. Sir: the City Council of Boston will celebrate the next Anniversary of American Independence, by services in the Tremont Temple, and a dinner at Faneuil Hall. ... Your company is respectfully solicited, both to the services in the temple, and at the dinner. Josiah Quincy, jr. Edward S. Erving, James Whiting, George R. Sampson, committee on invitation. Invitations. Quincy, Josiah, 1772-1864 1847-01-01
City of Boston. ... October 9, 1858. Sir: the trustees of Mount Hope Cemetery respectfully invite you to visit the grounds, in company with the mayor and city council, on Thursday, October 14th, 1858. ... Joseph M. Wightman, Chairman. Invitations. Wightman, Joseph M. (Joseph Milner), 1812-1885 1858-01-01
City of Boston. ... The City Council of Boston will celebrate the next anniversary of American Idependence, by services at the Tremont Temple, and a dinner at Faneuil Hall. You are respectfully invited to attend. ... June 15th, 1846. n/a n/a 1846-01-01
City of Boston. Anniversary celebration. July 4, 1866. Grand concert. Great organ, Alleghanians & Swiss bell ringers at Music Hall. ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
City of Boston. City Hall, Boston, June 5, 1865. Sir:--the committee appointed to extend the hospitalties of the city to the delegates of the Western Boards of Trade, respectfully invite your company on an excursion down the harbor, on Friday, June 9, 1865. ... Thomas Gaffield ... Invitations. Gaffield, Thomas 1865-01-01
City of Boston. City Hall, Feb. 21, 1862. Sir: in purssuance of the recommendation of the president of the United States, the City Council propose to celebrate the birthday of Washington at Faneuil Hall, on the 22d of February, by the reading of Washington's Farwell Address, and other appropriate services. ... Joseph M. Wightman, mayor ... Invitations. Wightman, Joseph M. (Joseph Milner), 1812-1885 1862-01-01
City of Boston. City Hall, July 20, 1866. Dear Sir: The members of the City Council will make their annual excussion among the islands in Boston Harbor, on Wednesday next, July 25. ... George W. Messinger. ... Invitations. Messinger, Geroge W 1866-01-01
City of Boston. City Hall, June 24th, 1853. The committee on Water solicite your company to view the water works at Lake Cochituate, on Tuesday, the 28th instant. Cars leave the Worcester Depot at 10 o'clock, a.m., precisely. Per order of the Comittee of Arrangements. n/a n/a 1853-01-01
City of Boston. City Hall, Oct. 19, 1863. Sir: you are respectfully requested to attend a meeting of gentlemen at the Mayor's Office, at 4 p.m. tomorrow, 20th inst. with reference to the entertianment of the officers of the Russian Squadron ... John L. Tyler ... Invitations. Tyler, John L 1863-01-01
City of Boston. Dear sir:--the committee of arrangements for the services at Faneuil Hall, in memory of President Lincoln, request your attendence on the platform on Monday, April 17, at half-past two o'clock, p.m. ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
City of Boston. Eightieth Anniversary of American Independence, July 4, 1856. ... Committee of arrangements. Alexander H. Rice ... June 1, 1856. Invitations. Rice, Alexander Hamilton, 1818-1895 1856-01-01
City of Boston. Eighty- second anniversary of American Independence. July 5, 1858. Order of exercises before the City Council of Boston, in the Music Hall, Monday, July 5, 1858. The singing will be performed by a choir of pupils selected from the grammar schools, under the direction of Charles Butler. Mr. H.M. Dow will preside at the organ. ... Invitations. Holmes, John S. (John Summers), 1823-1892 1858-01-01
City of Boston. Eighty-first anniversary of American Independence. July 4, 1857. ... Committee of arrangements. Alexander H. Rice, Mayor. ... Invitations. Rice, Alexander Hamilton, 1818-1895 1857-01-01
City of Boston. Eighty-fourth anniversary of American Independence. July 4, 1860. Order of exercises before the City Council of Boston, in the Music Hall, Wednesday, July 4, 1860. ... Invitations. Lincoln, Frederic Walker, 1817-1898 1860-01-01
City of Boston. Eighty-second anniversary of American Independence. July 5, 1858. Sir: the city council of Boston will celebrate the approaching anniversary of American Independence, by services in the Music hall, and a dinner at Faneuil Hall, ... Committee of arrangements. Frederic W. Lincoln, Jr., Mayor. Alderman Pierce, ... Invitations. Lincoln, Frederic Walker, 1817-1898 1858-01-01
City of Boston. June 19, 1848. The Quincy School House, on Tyler Street, will be dedicated on Monday, June 26th, ... For the committee on the Qunicy School, Thomas M. Brewer, Chairman. Invitations. Brewer, T. M. (Thomas Mayo), 1814-1880 1848-01-01
City of Boston. June 20th, 1849. The City Council of Boston will celebrate the next anniversary of American Independence, by services in the Tremont Temple, and a dinner at Faneuil Hall. ... John P. Bigelow, Samuel S. Perkins, Samuel D. Crane, Geo. D.B. Blanchard. Committee on invitation. Invitations. Bigelow, John P. (John Prescott), 1797-1872 1849-01-01
City of Boston. June 24, 1861. Sir: The committee of the City Council, on the celebration of the anniversary of our National Independence, respectfully invite you to a collation given to the marshals and officers of the military escort, at the Revere House, on Thursday afternoon, July 4, 1861. ... Committee of invitations. Joseph M. Wightman, mayor. ... Invitations. Wightman, Joseph M. (Joseph Milner), 1812-1885 1861-01-01
City of Boston. Mayor's office, City Hall, Dec. 20, 1862. Sir: you are respectfully invited to be present at the laying of the corner stone of the New City Hall, on Monday, Dec. 22d, at 11 o'clock a.m. ... Yours respectfully Joseph M. Wightman, mayor. Invitations. Wightman, Joseph M. (Joseph Milner), 1812-1885 1862-01-01
City of Boston. Musical fesitval in honor of H.I.H. Prince Napoleon and Princess Clothilde. Boston, Sept. 24, 1861. Sir:- In behalf of the city council, I respectfully invite you to be present at a musical festival, to be given by the pupils of te Public Schools, in honor of H.I.H., the Prince Napoleon, and the Princess Clothilde, ... Joseph M. Wightman, Mayor. Invitations. Wightman, Joseph M. (Joseph Milner), 1812-1885 1861-01-01
City of Boston. Sept. 30th, 1858. Sir: you are respectfully invited to participate in the inauguration ceremonies of the Minot's Ledge Light House, on Saturday, Oct. 2d, 1858. The steamer Nantasket will leave Liverpool Wharf ... Committee of arrangements. His honor Mayor Lincoln, Councilman James J. Cobb, ... Invitations. Lincoln, Frederic Walker, 1817-1898 1858-01-01
City of Boston. Seventy fifth Anniversary of American independence. Sir, the City Council of Boston will celebrate the approaching anniversary of American Independence, by services in the Tremont Temple, and a dinner at Faneuil Hall. ... Committee or invitations. John P. Bigelow, Billings Briggs ... June 20, 1851. Invitations. Bigelow, John P. (John Prescott), 1797-1872 1851-01-01
City of Boston. Seventy-eighth anniversary of American Independence. ... Committee on invitations. J.V.C. Smith ... City Hall, June 1st, 1854. Invitations. Smith, Jerome Van Crowninshield, 1800-1879 1854-01-01
City of Boston. Seventy-ninth Anniversary of American Independence. July 4, 1855. Sir: The City Council of Boston will celebrate the approaching anniversary of American Independence, by services in the Tremont Temple, Tremont Street, and a dinner at Faneuil Hall. ... J.V.C. Smith ... June 11th, 1855. Invitations. Smith, Jerome Van Crowninshield, 1800-1879 1855-01-01
City of Boston. Seventy-seventh anniversary of American independence. ... Committee on invitations. Benjamin Seaver ... June 20, 1853 ... Invitations. Seaver, Benjamin 1853-01-01
City of Boston. Seventy-sixth anniversary of American Independence. Sir, the City Council of Boston will celebrate the approaching anniversary of American Independence, by services in the Park Street Church, and dinner at Faneuil Hall. ...Committee on invitations. Benjamin Seaver, Issac Cary ... June 20, 1852. Invitations. Seaver, Benjamin 1852-01-01
City of Boston. Sir: the City Council of Boston will celebrate the approaching anniversary of American Independence, by services in the Tremont Temple, and a dinner at Faneuil Hall. ... John P. Bigelow, Moses Grant, Edward Hennesy, Moses Kimball, Daniel N. Haskell, committee on invitation. June 20, 1850. Invitations. Bigelow, John P. (John Prescott), 1797-1872 1850-01-01
City of Boston. Sir:- The City Council of Boston will give a dinner in honor of Rear-Admiral Lessoffsky and the officers of the Russian Fleet, now at this port, at the Revere House, on Tuesday, June 7, ... F.W. Lincoln, Jr., mayor. C.F. Dana, Chairman. George W. Warren, N.C. Nash, ... committee of arrangements. Invitations. Lincoln, Frederic Walker, 1817-1898 1876-01-01
City of Boston. Spaulding's classical and comical concerts ... Lyceum Hall, Meeting-House Hill ... Programme. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
City of Boston. Spaulding's classical and comical concerts ... Wood's Hall, Neponset ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
City of Boston. The Mayor and Aldermen request the honor of your company at Faneuil Hall, on Wednesday, the 14th instant, at 4 o'clock, p.m. To meet the medal scholars ... August 3, 1844. n/a n/a 1844-01-01
City of Boston. The under signed having, in behalf of the city Council, tendered to Brig. General Robert Cowdin the hospitalities of the city ... John S. Tyler ... April 15, 1863. ... Invitations. Tyler, John S., d. 1876 1863-01-01
City of Charlestown. Address on Washington by Edward Everett, at the Winthrop Church, on Wednesday evening, April 30, 1856. At 8 o'clock. n/a n/a 1856-01-01
City of Galveston C.H. Mallory & Co. agents, 153 Maiden Lane, New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
City of Worcester Office of the Overseers of the Poor, no.9 City Hall. October 22d,1875. You are respectfully invited to meet the Board of Overseers of the Poor in this City, at this office, and accompany them in the inspection of the Alms House and City Hospital, and the annual dinner there, on Thursday, October 28th, current. ... George W. Gale, Clerk and overseer of the poor. Invitations. Gale, George W 1875-01-01
City of Worcester. ... 4th of March, celebration, 1865. ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
City of Worcester. ... Centennial concert, in the tent on the common by the scholars of the public schools, July 4th, 1876 ... Programme. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Civilians' jubilee. To Hon. [Julian Rockwell] United States Senator. Sir: arrangements are being made to celebrate the abolition of the military rule of the national armies and the restoration of the civil superintendency, by a public gathering and festival on Wednesday, Nov. 1st. ... Charles Stearns ... Springfield, (Mass.) Oct. 23d. 1854. Invitations. Stearns, Charles, 1788-1860 1854-01-01
Clam bake at 12 M. 4-6:30 P.M. Melville Garden, Downer Landing, Boston Harbor. Open every day except Monday. One of the finest harbor resorts in New England. ... n/a n/a 1880-01-01
Clapp & Cory, (succesors to A.M. Leland,) dealers in all kinds of musical merchandise, at wholesale and retail, no. 106 Westminster St., corner of Dorrance St., directly opposite Howard Block, Providence, R.I. ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Clara Morris ... H. & A. Mahrenholz ... leaders of fashions in boots & shoes, 503 Broadway, 503, near Broome St., New York. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Claremont Seminary. Programme of exhibition! For Tuesday evening, Nov. 11th 1862. n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Claremont Seminary. Programme of exhibition! For Wednesday eve. Nov. 12, 1862. n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Clarence Brooks & Co. Fine coach varnishes cor. West & West 12th St. New York. The new St. Patrick's Cathedral. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Clarence Brooks & Co. Fine coach varnishes cor. West & West 12th Sts. New York. Who done send dat walentine, chile? n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Clarence Brooks & Co. Fine coach varnishes. Cor. West & West 12th Sts. New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Clark's Hotel. New Ipswich, N.H. P.H. Clark, proprietor ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Clark's Opera House. ... Thursday evening, Sept. 22, 1870, the performance will commence with ... The Irish doctor! ... To conclude with ... The ghost! ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Class day concert, by the Mendlessohn Quinetette Club ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Class of 1821--Yale College. The ninth stated meeting of the Class of 1821 was held at the house of Henry White, in New Haven, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon of the 25th of July, 1866 ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Class of 1876. B.A. E.S.D. The teachers and senior class of Bradford Academy recieve friends in the Academy Hall, Wednesay, July 10, '67, at 8 p.m. n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Classical and English High School, Worcester. Record of scholarship, absences, and deportment of [blank] for the term ending [blank] 184[blank] ... n/a n/a 1848-01-01
Clean glass with Sapolio. There is no one article known that will do so many kinds of work in and about the house and do it so well as Enoch Morgan's Sons Sapolio. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Clean knives with Sapolio. ... One cake will do more work and will do it better than three cakes of any other ... Enoch Morgan's Sons Sapolio. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Clement Drew & John T. Ogden. 22 Tremont St. Museum building, Boston. Fine paintings, engravings, chromos, lithographs. Stereoscopes and stereoscopic views ... Advertising cards. Drew, Clement, 1806-1889 1870-01-01
Cleveland and Stevenson. Troy Steam Laundry no. 1323 Arch Street. Philadelphia, Oliver K. Reed, prop. ... Call my office and obtain photographs of the Republican candidates, a companion to this. n/a n/a 1885-01-01
Cliff House and cottages, Manitou Springs, Colo. E.E. Nichols, - proprietor. ... nearest hotal to the celebrated Soda Springs and bath house ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cliff House and grounds. Manitou, Colorado. E.E. Nichols, proprietor. ... The Cliff House at Manitou, as a winter resort cannot be surpassed. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cliff House and surroundings, as seen from the Navajo Springs. E.E. Nichols, - proprietor. Manitou, -- Colorado. Altitude 6,124. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cliff House. Incandescent electric lights, electric bells and all other conveniences throughout the house. E.E. Nichols, Jr. manager E.E. Nichols. Proprietor. Manitou, Springs, Colo. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cliff-Street School, (in the rear of St. George's Chapel, Beekman-Street,) conducted by Goold Brown. The seminary is intended for the instruction of boys ... Advertising cards. Brown, Goold, 1791-1857 1821-01-01
Clifton Park Hotel, J.H. Brenneisen, proprietor, Clifton Park, Saratoga Co., N.Y. Dear Mattie: I have a hard subject to write and lecture on, and I want to know if you will give me some of your assistance; I am to lecture on it to-night. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Clinton Hall. Grand concert of the Worcester Musical Association, under the direction of E.S. Nason, assisted by the Social Glee Club, Tuesday evening, Feb. 7, 1854. n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Clinton House, Geo. E. Dunson ... Saratoga Springs, N.Y. n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Clipper Prima Donna for San Francisco at Pier 10 East River Sutton & Co. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Clipper line for San Francisco ... Clipper of Saturday, April13. The elegant first class extreme clipper ship Sea Serpent, is now rapidly loading at Pier 19 East River. ... Cornelius Comstock ... Ship cards. Comstock, Cornelius 1853-01-01
Clipper of August 18th. Coleman's California Line first class clippers. ... The A No. 1 extreme clipper ship Web-Foot ... is now rapidly loading at Pier 15, E.R. ... Wm. T. Coleman & Co. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Clipper of the 7th April. ... A 1 N. Y. built clipper, Panama ... at Pier 17 ... Also, to follow quickly, the popular A 1 popular clipper, Midnight ... At Pier 18, East River ... George D. Sutton ... Ship cards. Sutton, George D 1853-01-01
Clock dials manufactured by Nolen & Curtis Washington St. Boston ... n/a n/a 1810-01-01
Clock, Watch, Jewerly, and fancy goods store, by Jas. W. Garfield, one door north of A. and C.M. Garfield's hat store, Barre, MS. ... Advertising cards. Garfield, James W 1840-01-01
Close of the great American binder contest. July, 1887. ... Empire binders, reapers & mowers, manufactured by J.F. Seiberling & Co. Akron, O. ... The empire light steel binder ... n/a n/a 1887-01-01
Closing recital by the pupils of the Worcester County Music School, at Plymouth Church vestry ... June 22, 1876. Programme. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Cloth made and printed by the Merrimack Manufacturing Co. Lowell, Mass. Incorporated 1822. Warranted fast colors. [40] yds. n/a n/a 1840-01-01
Clothes, time, money and labor saved by using White Swan Soap. Washes without boiling. Save your White Swan Soap wrappers! ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Clothiers hatters and furriers Springfield, Mass. D.H. Brigham & Co. Tourists outfits. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Clothing on easy terms of weekly payments if desired. Strait Clothier. Heat to foot, man or boy. 312 & 314 River St. Troy, N.Y. A square deal always or money back. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Coach and chaise laces, upholstery goods, military ornaments &c. by Henry Cunningham no. 5 Milk Street, Boston. Advertising cards. Cunningham, Henry 1820-01-01
Coates' Clipper Mfg. Co. 237 Chandler Street, Worcester, Mass. manufacturer of Coates' patent horse and barbers' clippers ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cocoa plantation scene ... Ideal Cocoa Co., Lititz, Pa., U.S.A. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Coggeshall & Stewart, booksellers & stationers, school, miscellaneous, theological and Sunday school book depository ... no. 17 Westminster Street, Providence R.I. ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Cogswell's Sierra Madre Villa, San Gabriel, Los Angeles Co., Cal. ... A first-class hotel in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains, 1,800 feet above the sea. ... W.P. Rhoades, lessee, San Babriel, Los Angeles Co., Cal. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cogswell's new panorama of life in California and the isthmus, cities of San Francisco and Panama. Now open at the Minerva Rooms, 406 Broadway. ... n/a n/a 1851-01-01
Col. Joseph Leffel, Springfield, Ohio. Smallest business man in the world. ... Col. Joseph Leffel Springfield, Ohio. Breeder of all kinds of poultry & pets ... garden & flower seeds. Flowers for sale. Eggs for hatching in season. ... Advertising cards. Leffel, Joseph 1870-01-01
Col. Robinson's New Humpty Dumpty Pantomime & Specialty Co. coming ... every night and matinee on Saturdays ... n/a n/a 1881-01-01
Coleman's California Line for San Francisco ... clipper Saturday, Jan. 22 Dictator ... Pier 13 E[ast] [R]iver ... Dictator ... Wm. T. Coleman & Co., 88 Wall Street n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Coleman's California Line for San Francisco. ... Clipper of July 30th. The first class clipper ship West Wind ... Is now rapidly loading at Pier 15 East River. ... Wm. T. Coleman & Co. n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Coleman's California Line for San Francisco. ... Clipper of Saturday, November 13th. The superior A 1 clipper ship Walter Lord. ... Wm. T. Coleman & Co. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Coleman's California Line for San Francisco. The favorite A 1 Baltimore clipper ship ... Carrier Dove ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Coleman's California Line, for San Francisco ... Clipper of Saturday, March 17th. The magnificent extreme clipper ship Storm King ... Wm. T. Coleman & Co. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Coleman's California line for San Francisco ... The elegant extreme clipper ship Golden Eagle ... Wm. T. Coleman & Co., 88 Wall Street. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Coleman's California line for San Francisco the magnificent A 1 clipper ship Florence Nightingale ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Coleman's California line for San Francisco! The magnificent A No.1 extreme clipper ship Logan ... Wm. T. Coleman & Co., 70 Wall & 161 Pearl St. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Colgate & Co's "New" Soap. Trade mark registered. The "New" Soap in oval cakes unequalled for laundry use. To our patrons. Thanking you for your favorable reception of our "New" Soap ... Colgate & Co., 53 and 55 John Street, New York. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Coliseum. ... Oct. 23, 1872. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Collar & Co's. Express. 1871. General express forwarders of money, packages of value and general merchandise. Office with the U.S. Express Co., Detroit, who will receive and deliver for Collar & Co's. Express. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
College Hall. Class day concert ... July 8th, [1872] ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Collins & Buxton, Music publishers, dealers in musical merchandise. Brass Band and orchestral music a specialty, 441 Congress Street, Farrington Block ... Portland, Me. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Colonial Hotel, Cleveland. Absolutely fire proof. Prospect Street Front. L.A. McCreary. W.C. Furst. Proprietors. Euclid Avenue entrance to hotel, through colonial arcade. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Colorado Mineral Palace Pueblo, Colo. The most gorgeous building the richest display of glittering mineral wealth on Earth. Colorado owes her greatness to the mining industry, and this palace is erected to display specimens from every section ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Colt & Bouthillier, Commission Merchants, Montreal. n/a n/a 1820-01-01
Columbians' concerts. Songs. n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Columbus corn starch. Julius J. Wood & Co's starch, manufactured at Columbus, Ohio. Price list, April 10th, 1878. ... H.M. Anthony, gen. ag't, 104 Reade St., New York. n/a n/a 1878-01-01
Combination clothier and furnisher, F.E. Hartwell & Co., no. 163 Main Street, Danbury, Conn. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Combs & jewelry. Moses P. Stickney, no. 72, Washington Street, (three doors south from State Street,) Boston. ... Advertising cards. Stickney, Moses P 1820-01-01
Come and see us when you are in Chicago. ... Sears, Roebuck and Co. Chicago, Illinois. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Comic opera and hop. ... Sea View Hall, Rye Beach ... August 2, 1875. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Coming from school. The bearer M[r Harvey Hurlburt] receives this as a token of the praise [he] merits, for h[is] faithfulness and good behaviour in school; from h[is] teacher. [David Pratt]. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Coming. Florida on wheels. A rolling palace from the land of flowers laden with rare exhibits ... 1887-88. ... n/a n/a 1887-01-01
Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of The First Public Demonstration of Surgical Anaesthefia at the Massachusetts General Hospital Boston October 16th 1846. The honour of your company is requested October 16th 1896 ... [Wm. Sturgis Bigelow] for the trustees [J. Collins Warren] For the staff Invitations. Bigelow, William Sturgis, 1850-1926 1896-01-01
Commencement Trinity College, August 6, MDCCCXLVI. n/a n/a 1846-01-01
Commencement Trinity College, MDCCCLI. n/a n/a 1851-01-01
Commencement Trinity College, MDCCCLII. n/a n/a 1852-01-01
Commencement exercises of Clay Seminary. Friday, July 11, 1862. n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Commencement exercises of Clay Seminary. Friday, June 24, 1864. n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Commencement exercises of Clay Seminary. Friday, June 28, 1861. n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Commencement exercises of the Cincinnati high schools Friday afternoon, June 24, 1864, consisting of music, original essays and addreses. n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Commencement of Washington College V August, MDCCCXLI. n/a n/a 1841-01-01
Commencement week, Bowdoin College, Aug. 4, to 9, 1867. n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Commencement week, Bowdoin College, August 1 to 4, 1859. n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Commencement week, Bowdoin College, August 1 to 4, 1864. n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Commencement week, Bowdoin College, August 2 to 5, 1858. n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Commencement week, Bowdoin College, August 4 to 8, 1862. n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Commencement week, Bowdoin College, August 5 to 9, 1861. n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Commencement week, Bowdoin College, July 30 to Aug. 2, 1860. n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Commencement week, Bowdoin College, July 30, to Aug. 3, 1865. n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Commencement week. n/a n/a 1846-01-01
Commencement week. n/a n/a 1847-01-01
Commencement week. n/a n/a 1839-01-01
Commencement week. n/a n/a 1845-01-01
Commencement week. Bowdoin College, July 10-15, 1870. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Commencement, at Williams College, September 4th, 1811. n/a n/a 1811-01-01
Commencement. Bowdoin College. September 2, 1807. ... Order of exercises. n/a n/a 1807-01-01
Commencement. College Physicians & Surgeons Medical Department of Columbia College. Class '75. Steinway Hall, Monday evening, March 1st, 1875, at eight o'clock. n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Commencement. Trinity College, August 7, MDCCCXLV. n/a n/a 1845-01-01
Commerce promotes the arts and sciences Archibald Watt. New York. ... Advertising cards. Watt, Archibald 1825-01-01
Commercial Hotel, (European Plan.) Broadway, Washington Place & Mercer St., New York (opp. New York Hotel.) J.A. Robinson, owner and proprietor. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Commercial Hotel, formerly a portion St. Nicholas Hotel. 96 to 108 Spring St., adjoining Broadway. 96 to 98 Mercer St., New York. ... J.A. Robinson, prop. ... New and richly furnished throughout in June, 1879. ... n/a n/a 1879-01-01
Commission business transacted by John Kneeland, Boston. Advertising cards. Kneeland, John 1780-01-01
Commission store. John Kneeland informs the public in general ... he has now for sale a large assortment of European goods ... beef and pork for sale ... Advertising cards. Kneeland, John 1789-01-01
Common Sense Exterminator. Common Sense Exterminator kills, rats, mice, roaches and bed bugs. ... Common Sense Manufacturing Co., Buffalo, N.Y. and Toronto, Ont. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Commonwealth Mineral Spring Water is the best [,] "And don't you forget it." Drink Commonwealth Mineral Spring Water. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Commonwealth mineral spring water is the best ... Pemberton Square, Boston. ... Alden Jameson, prop. ... Advertising cards. Jameson, Alden 1870-01-01
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. ... the Supreme Executive will convene in the Senate Chamber, on the fourth of July, ... they invite ]Rev. John Gorham Palfrey] ... Boston, June 26, 1827. n/a n/a 1827-01-01
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Agreeably to a resolve of the legislature, of June, 1786, the Supreme Executive will convene in the Senate Chamber, ... they invite [Rev. Thaddeus M. Fiske] ... Boston, June 26, 1827. n/a n/a 1827-01-01
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In Senate, October 21, 1812. A resolve for districting the commonwealth for the purpose of choosing electors of president and vice-president. n/a n/a 1812-01-01
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. State House. You are invited to attend the services in commemoration of the life and character of Charles Sumner, before the Executive and Legislative branches of this Commonwealth, to be held at the Music Hall on the ninth of June, 1874. A eulogy will be pronounced by George William Curtis. ... Moody Merrill, George F. Verry, Joshua B. Smith, ... committee of arrangements. Boston, June 1st 1874. Invitations. Merrill, Moody 1874-01-01
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Supreme Executive of the State, in compliance with a resolve of the Legislature of June, 1786, will assemble on the Fourth day of July, to celebrate the thirty-fifth anniversary of the Declaration of the Independence of the United States of America: and on this occasion, the Governor and Council invite [Charles P. Sumner Esq.] ... June 26th, 1811. n/a n/a 1811-01-01
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Supreme Executive of the State, in compliance with a resolve of the Legislature, of June, 1786, will assemble on the fourth day of July next, to celebrate the anniversary of the Declaration of the Independence of the United States of America: and on this occasion, the Governor and Council invite [Lieut. F.M. Cleary, Esq.] to accompany them from the Senate Chamber in Boston ... June 24,1816. n/a n/a 1816-01-01
Compagnie générale es Grands vins de Champagne union de propriétaires. E. Mercier & Co., Epernay, France. Sale agent, Alphonso Faber, 3502 Race St., Philadelphia. Agricultural Hall, French section, B 5, & C 5. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Company Order. Mr.[Henry Tucker] You being a soldier in the Company of Infantry under the command of Capt. William Black, are hereby ordered to appear at the Lynn Hotel, ... E.D. Very, Clerk. Danvers, June 21, 1833. ... Invitations. Very, Edward D., 1813-1852 1833-01-01
Company is requested at E. Eaton's Hall, on Tuesday, April 24th ... W. Palmer, W.E. Robinson, managers. ... Invitations. Palmer, W 1876-01-01
Company orders. Mr. [William Higgins] You being duly enrolled in the Infantry Company under the command of Capt. Edmund Longley, ... By order of the captain. Edward L. Tead, clerk. Boston, April 17, 1826. Invitations. Tead, Edward L 1826-01-01
Company orders. Mr.[Higgins] ... Infantry company under the command of Captain Edmund Longley ... Boston, Oct. 6, 1826 Edward L. Tead, clerk. Invitations. Tead, Edward L 1826-01-01
Comparative height of artificial limbs with patent. Rubber hands & feet. A.A. Marks. ... The largest artificial limb manufactory in the world. ... New York City. ... Advertising cards. Marks, A. A 1870-01-01
Complimentary ball in honor of H.I.H. The Grand Duke Alexis. The executive Committee appointed by the citizens of Boston, request the pleasure of your company, at the Boston Theatre Friday evening, December 8th 1871, ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Complimentary ball. A complimentary ball will be given to Mr. Oliver C. Cutter, on Thursday evening, January 20th, 1853 at the Spy Pond House ... Committee of arangements: J.H. Pierce ... Floor managers: Alex Dickinson ... Invitations. Pierce, J. H 1853-01-01
Complimentary benefit. Fiske's Cornet Band, M. Arbuckle, leader and director, will give a grand concert, at Mechanics Hall, on Friday evening, Dec. 18 [1857], for the benefit of Mr. W.L. Hobbs. ... Programme. ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Complimentary concert 1818 members of Company A ... October 13th, 1874 ... Music Hall ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Complimentary concert given to Mr. Bendelari, from his friends and pupils, at Mercantile Hall, on Saturday eve'ng, May 17, 1862. ... n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Complimentary concert to Mast. C.R. Rentz, at Messrs. Chickering's Rooms, no. 246 Washington St., Thursday evening, Jan. 3, 1861 ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Complimentary concert! Fiske's Cornet Band respectfully announce that they will give a concert on Tuesday evening, Aug. 11 [1857], for the benefit of Mr. M. Arbuckle, their leader and director, at Mechanics Hall. ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Complimentary dinner to Gen. William L. Burt, Boston, January 1st, 1876. Parker House. Bill of fare. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Complimentary dinner, to the Independent Boston Fusiliers, (Capt. Daniel Coley,) by the Fitchburg Fusiliers, (Capt. Joseph Wood,) at the American House, October 11, 1853. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Complimentary parade to Captain Timothy Winn. Sir:--you being a member of the "Woburn Mechanic Phalanx," are hereby requested to meet at the Armory of the Company, on Wednesday, Oct. 4th, at 12 o'clock,m.., in full (grey) uniform. ... By order of the Company S.A. Grammer, clerk. Woburn, Sept. 25, 1854. Invitations. Grammer, S. A 1854-01-01
Compliments of A.D. Vorce & Co. ...No. 276 Main Street, - - Hartford, Conn. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of B. Shoninger Organ and Piano Co. New Haven, Conn. The only piano in the world containing a chime of 30 bells. n/a n/a 1883-01-01
Compliments of Babbitt & Chapin clothiers, 347 Main St. Springfield, Mass. ... 1885 ...Growing every year in popularity. The finest goods, square dealing, large stock, and cash one price puts us at the front. Our fall stock the choicest we can select. New styles fall hats now ready. ... n/a n/a 1885-01-01
Compliments of Beatty. Beatty the famous 27 Stop Beethoven organ. ... Address or call upon Daniel F. Beatty, Washington, N.J. Advertising cards. Beatty, Daniel F 1870-01-01
Compliments of Boston Branch Boots & Shoes, 845 Chapel Street. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of C.W. Stewart, general dealer in pianos, organs, musical merchandise & sheet music. The Estey Organ ... Brattleboro, Vt. Advertising cards. Stewart, C. W 1870-01-01
Compliments of C.W. Stewart, general dealer in pianos, organs, musical merchandise & sheet music. The Estey Organ ... Brattleboro, Vt. Advertising cards. Stewart, C. W 1870-01-01
Compliments of Capital Soap Co., Sacramento, Cal. Paisano Valley, Texas, summit of the S.P.R.R. 5082 ft. ... The great labor saver! The Le Roi des Savons, King of Soaps, brings light and comfort into every home. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of Capital Soap Co., Sacramento, Cal. Sangre de Cristo range, from Marshall Pass, D.&R.G.R.R. ... The great labor saver! The le roi des savons, king of soaps, brings light and comfort into every home. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of Chicago Corset Company. AFter wearing Ball's Corsets Madame Adelina Patti says "I regret not having known of them before." See her letter on the other side ... n/a n/a 1881-01-01
Compliments of Cosack & Co., lithographers and publishers, 90 to 100 Lake View Avenue, Buffalo, N.Y. ... The only lithographic house in New York printing and publishing advertising specialties ... Over fifty million cards constantly on hand. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of D.N. Griffin, dealer in hats, furnishing goods and clothing. Latest styles, Best quality and lowest prices ... Advertising cards. Griffin, D. N 1870-01-01
Compliments of D.N. Griffin, dealer in hats, furnishing goods and clothing. Latest styles, Best quality and lowest prices ... Advertising cards. Griffin, D. N 1870-01-01
Compliments of Dominion Organ & Piano Co. Bowmanville Ont. Sole agency Ruse's Temple of Music 68 King St. West Toronto. Buckingham palace. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of Dominion Organ & Piano Co. Bowmanville Ont. Sole agency Ruse's Temple of Music 68 King St. West Toronto. Westminster Abbey. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of H.B. Clark, Pulaski, N. Y. Warranty unlimited. T.B. Terry & Co. ... Scissors and shears that will not rust ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of H.K. Newbert, dealer in boots, shoes, and rubbers ... Gardiner, Me. ... Advertising cards. Newbert, H. K 1870-01-01
Compliments of H.W. Hunsicker's New Bee Hive Store ... Allentown, Pa. Puzzle card. ... Advertising cards. Hunsicker, H. W 1880-01-01
Compliments of Hogg, Brown and Taylor. 477 and 481 Washington St, Boston. n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Compliments of Hogg, Brown and Taylor. 477 and 481 Washington St, Boston. n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Compliments of Hogg, Brown and Taylor. 477 and 481 Washington St. Boston. [Dry goods, retailers 1859 almanac listed at 10 Winter St. 1887 almanac--not listed.] n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Compliments of Ingalls Brothers, 17 Preble St., Portland, Me. 1882. Price list for 1882 ... n/a n/a 1882-01-01
Compliments of James Beatty & Co., steam cracker & cake bakers, Baltimore, Md. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of James Beatty & Co., steam cracker & cake bakers, Baltimore, Md. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of James Beatty & Co., steam cracker & cake bakers, Baltimore, Md. ... Niagara wafers. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of James Beatty & Co., steam cracker & cake bakers, Baltimore, Md. ... Nos. 92, 94, 96 and 102 Dugan's Wharf, Baltimore, Md. Over one hundred varieties. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of John G. Jackle, Thomaston. The Colchester Rubber Co's. adhesive counter overshoes ... n/a n/a 1888-01-01
Compliments of McClure Bros., sole agents, Rutland Vt. New York ... William Knabe & Co. manufacturers of grand upright & square pianofortes. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of Murray & Co. Nashua, N.H. ... Manufacturing chemists. ... Parisian rose cream glycerine. ... Aromatic dental cream. ... Neutraline. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of Nicoll the tailor 620 Broadway & 139 to 151 Bowery New York. ... New styles in fall and winter goods, domestic & foreign woolens. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of Nicoll the tailor. 50 Asylum St. Hartford, Conn. ... Spring & summer styles now ready. The finest assortment of domestic and imported cassimeres, doeskins, cloths and diagonals in the market. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of Nicoll the tailor. 50 Asylum St. Hartford, Conn. ... Spring & summer styles now ready. The finest assortment of domestic and imported cassimeres, doeskins, cloths and diagonals in the market. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of Nicoll the tailor. 620 Broadway & 139 to 151 Bowery New York. ... Fall & winter goods ... domestic & foreign woolens. &c. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of Olympian Club, C.M. Raymond. Pres. E. Leland, Treas. Olympian Club. Grand Athletic Games. ... Huntington Avenue, -- Boston. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of Plucky Soap Co. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of Robert Sneider, engraver, printer & lithographer, 37 John Street, New York. Fine stationery. ... Advertising cards. Sneider, Robert 1877-01-01
Compliments of Russell & Co. Massillon, Ohio. Manufacturers of threshers, horse powers, engines & saw mills. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of S.E. Harthan, proprietor. Steam yacht Zephyr. Waushacum Lake and Park. ... During Camp Meeting week. Do not fail to visit the beautiful Waushacum Lake and park before returning home, and enjoy a delightful sail ... Advertising cards. Harthan, S. E 1870-01-01
Compliments of S.E. Harthan, proprietor. Steam yacht Zephyr. Waushacum Lake and Park. ... Incomplete will be the day's pleasure spent at Waushacum Lake without a delightful sail on the Steam yacht "Zephyr" ... the far famous Mt. Wachusett in the distance to the northwest, and the beautiful and attractive Cottage City of Worcester County, and Sterling Camp Grounds to the south. ... Advertising cards. Harthan, S. E 1870-01-01
Compliments of Samuel Cushman, practical apiarist and honey producer, Pawtucket, R.I. ... Our specialties. Choice honey ... foreign honey ... Advertising cards. Cushman, Samuel, 1858-1933 1880-01-01
Compliments of Shotwell, Clerihew & Lothmann, wholesale dry goods, woolens & notions ... You are invited ... Minneapolis Industrial Exposition Aug. 31 to Oct. 15, 1887. ... n/a n/a 1887-01-01
Compliments of T.J. Falvey the hatter 74 Main St. Norwich, Conn. ... hats, caps & men's furnishings ... Advertising cards. Falvey, T. J 1870-01-01
Compliments of The Geiser Manufacturing Co., Waynesboro, Franklin County, Penna. ... "Peerless" portable, stationary, traction or plowing engines ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of The Heissler & Junge Co. Sole manufacturers of Quaker bread. ... 359 to 409 39th St., Chicago, Ill. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of The Heissler & Junge Co. Sole manufacturers of Quaker bread. ... 359 to 409 39th St., Chicago, Ill. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of The Heissler & Junge Co. Sole manufacturers of Quaker bread. ... Chicago, Ill. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of W.T. Ockford, 272 Labrosse St. Job printer ... Detroit, Mich. Advertising cards. Ockford, W. T 1870-01-01
Compliments of the Birdsell Manufacturing Co. ... The art of clover hulling revolutionized by the "new" Birdsell Clover Huller ... n/a n/a 1887-01-01
Compliments of the Commonwealth Clothing House, 680 & 684 Washington St., cor. beach, Boston. Geo. W. Warren, manager. Ense petit placidam sub libertate quitem. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of the Famous Clothing House, Carthage, Mo. Oh! Look at the dude. n/a n/a 1883-01-01
Compliments of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company. ... Thea-nectar pure Chinese tea ... Imported and sold only by the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. Importers. New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company. ... To our patrons: Please read carefully the following certificate in regard to A & P baking powder from the best authority in the U.S. ... n/a n/a 1888-01-01
Compliments of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company. The largest importers & distributers in the worlds, 200 stores in U.S. Thea-nectar pure Chinese tea ... Imported and sold only by the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. Importers. New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company. The largest importers and distributers in the world. 200 stores in U.S. Thea-nectar pure Chinese tea ... Imported and sold only by the Great Atlantic and Pacitific Tea Co. Importers. New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of the Heissler & Junge Co. Sole manufacturers of Quaker bread. ... 359 to 409 39th St., Chicago, Ill. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Compliments of the McCormick Harvesting Machine Co. To our friends at the annual fairs. 1884. ... The McCormick harvester & twine binder at work. n/a n/a 1884-01-01
Compliments of the celebrated P.N. Corsets, perfect in shape, unexcelled in finish. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Composed by Joshua Gilbert, on the death of Rev. Joseph M. Corr. Broadsides.; Elegies. Gilbert, Joshua, 1807-1838 1835-01-01
Composed in memory of Major General Hiram G. Berry. Who fell in the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3, 1863. Composed by M.M. Meservey. Broadsides.; Elegies.; Ornate types (Type evidence). Meservey, M. M 1863-01-01
Comstock's Clipper Line for San Francisco ... clipper ship Bunker Hill, A.M. Lunt ... commander ... Cornelius Comstock 106 Wall St. ... Ship cards. Comstock, Cornelius 1853-01-01
Comstock's clipper line for San Francisco ... The magnificent first-class clipper ship George Peabody ... Cornelius Comstock ... Ship cards. Comstock, Cornelius 1853-01-01
Comstock's clipper line for San Francisco ... the celebrated A 1 extreme clipper ship "Goddess" ... Cornelius Comstock ... Ship cards. Comstock, Cornelius 1853-01-01
Comstock's clipper line for San Francisco! Only New-York built ship loading! The first class New-York built clipper ship Enterprise ... Ship cards. Comstock, Cornelius 1853-01-01
Comstock's clipper line for San Francisco. ... The ever popular and beautiful little "Mystic built" clipper ship Haze ... Cornelius Comstock & Co. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Comstock's clipper line for San Francisco. ... The new and beautiful little clipper ship Melrose ... Cornelius Comstock & Co., 96 Wall St. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Concert ... Mechanics Hall ... July 27, 1865 ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Concert ... Mechanics Hall ... November 22, 1872 ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Concert ... Mechanics' Hall ... April 12th, 1866. ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Concert Hall. ... May 30, [1857] ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Concert Mr. Perabo, of Dover, with his son Ernst Perabo only 9 years of age, assisted by Henry Lautenschlager, violinist from New York, will give a concert on the piano and violin, on Thursday evening, September 28 [1854], at the Temple. n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Concert The class under the direction of Wm. Evans, Jr., will give a concert of sacred and secular music, at the Baptist Church in North Egremont, Friday eve., March 5, 1852. ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
Concert and grand musical olio by the celebrated Steyermark Family[.] The Steyermark Family beg leave to inform the citizens of [blank] that they will (by request) give another grand vocal and instrumental concert ... [blank] The concert to commence at [blank] o'clock precisely. n/a n/a 1842-01-01
Concert at Brinley Hall, Worcester, on Monday evening, July 27th, 1846. Instructive amusements of the Shaker Sisters & Brothers ... n/a n/a 1846-01-01
Concert at Franklin St. Congregational Church Church, Somerville ... Nov. 9, 1871. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Concert at Franklin St. Congregational Church, Somerville ... Nov. 9, 1871 ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Concert at Mechanics Hall ... Jan. 7, 1866, by the Worcester Mozart Society. On which occasion will be given The Messiah. ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Concert at Mechanics Hall Fiske's Cornet Band, M. Arbuckle, leader and director, will give the next of the series of their cheap concerts, on Tuesday evening, November 24, 1857. Programme. ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Concert by the Beethoven Society, of Yale College, in Mechanics' Hall, Thursday evening, April 12th, 1866. ... n/a n/a 1866-01-01
Concert by the Choir of St. John's Church aided by the children of the sunday school, Mechanics Hall ... May 10, 1874. ... Progremme. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Concert by the Germania Band. Under the auspices of the class of '64. of Phillips Academy, Andover, Monday evening, July 25, 1864. n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Concert by the Mozart Society, assisted by the String Band, directed by Mr. Mathew Arbuckle. And a chorus of one hundred voices. Will be given at Mechanics Hall, on Thursday evening April 29, 1858. Programme ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Concert by the Suffolk Brass Band for the benefit of the West Boylston Mechanic Light Infantry at the City Hall! Worcester, September 5th, 1850. ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Concert by the Woburn Brass Band, at Lyceum Hall, Woburn, Thusday evening, February 26th, 1863. ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Concert by the Worcester Cornet Band ... Mechanics Hall ... September, 11th. [1863] ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Concert by the Worcester Mozart Society at Mechanics Hall, on Friday evening, Nov. 19, 1858. Programme ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Concert by the Worcester Musical Association, at City Hall, fast day evening, April 7th, 1853, under the direction of E.S. Nason. n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Concert by the blind. Order of performance. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Concert by the blind. The pupils of the Institution for the Education of the Blind, will give a concert of vocal & instrumental music ... n/a n/a 1837-01-01
Concert by the old folks of Ashby, under the direction of Geo. Kimball, of Fitchburg. Thursday, February 25th, 1853. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Concert by the pupils of the Worcester Conservatory of Music, June 27, 1873. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Concert extraordinary!! Exhibiting wonderful genius musical and mechanical talent. Mr. C.E. Williams, will give one concert only, at [blank] on [blank] on which occasion, he will introduce a variety of marches, quicksteps, gallops, waltzes, &c., &c. on the new and most musical instrument, componeum quintetto! ... invented by J. Dieudonnie, and embracing in itself a representation of a band of music executed by a single individual and the only instrument of this description in the world. ... n/a n/a 1847-01-01
Concert finale! of the Musical Convention at Mechanics Hall, on Friday evening, Sept. 30, 1859. n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Concert for Chicago! ... Tremont Temple ... Oct. 18, [1876] ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Concert for the benefit of the German-English School. ... December 3d, [1855-66] ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Concert for the benefit of the German-English School. The committee of the German-English School in Boston intend to give a concert for the benefit of the school. ... The concert will take place on Monday, December 3d, at the Music Hall, at 3 o'clock p.m. precisely. ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Concert given by the choir of the South Congregational Church. ... Oct. 21, 1871. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Concert given by the teachers & pupils of the Troy Female Seminary, under the direction of Prof. Thorbecke, February 10, 1855. n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Concert of The Hamilton Club at Mechanics Hall ... September 29, 1865. ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Concert of sacred music, given in the First Unitarian Church, (Rev. Dr. Hill's,) Sunday evening, December 12, for the benefit of the Childrens' Friend Society. ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Concert of sacred music. Kennebunk-port, Wednesday eve. January, 30, 1839. n/a n/a 1839-01-01
Concert of sacred musick. The citizens of Lancaster and vicinity are respectfully informed that a concert of sacred musick will be given on Friday evening, Feb. 12th, at the Rev. Dr. Thayer's meeting-house in Lancaster ... Mr. Warren, from the Tremont Theatre, leader of the orchestra. ... n/a n/a 1830-01-01
Concert of the Barre Glee Class, on fast evening, April 8th, 1847. n/a n/a 1847-01-01
Concert of the Harvard Glee Club, assisted by the Mendelssohn Quintette Club, on Monday ev'g, July 23, at Mechanics' Hall, Worcester, 1860. n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Concert of the Old Folks' Choir, of Fitchburg, at Mechanics Hall, Worcester, Thursday evening, March 30, 1858. n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Concert of the Old Folks' Singing Choir, of Fitchburg, at the Town Hall, Tuesday eve., Feb. 24, 1857. n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Concert of the Orpheus Musical Society, for the benefit of the New-England Educational Commission for Freedmen, at Lyceum Hall, Dorchester, on Wednesday evening, March 2, 1864. ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Concert of the Worcester County Musical Association at Mechanics Hall, Worcester, Wednesday evening, Sept. 12, 1860 ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Concert of the Worcester Mozart Society, at the City Hall, on Tuesday evening, Nov'r 20th, 1855. Programme ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Concert of the Worcester Mozart Society, at the City Hall, on Tuesday evening, Nov. 18th, 1856. ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Concert of the Worcester Mozart Society, on Monday evening, Feb. 5, 1855, at the City Hall. n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Concert of ye oldde folks, at Alexander Church ... June 17, 1874. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Concert on the German harp & violin, by Mons. & Mad. Canderbeeck. n/a n/a 1842-01-01
Concert programme. Eden Musee. Geneva non-magnetic watches, uninfluenced by magnetism or electricity. ... Grand concert, Friday afternoon, February 3d. ... n/a n/a 1881-01-01
Concert repeated. The Mendelssohn Choral Society will repeat their second concert of the season Saturday evening, Nov. 18, 1854, at the Boston Music Hall. ... n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Concert the choir of the Congregational Society in Epping, aided by the best musical talent of the adjoining towns, will give a concert of sacred music, with the organ and a full orchestra, on Sunday evening, Oct. 17, 1858 ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Concert to be performed by the united choirs of the different societies in Roxbury, on Sunday evening, Feb. 19, 1837. Under the direction of Mr. Coburn. n/a n/a 1837-01-01
Concert! ... Orthodox Church, in Rindge ... May 2, [1849-77] ... n/a n/a 1849-01-01
Concert! ... Town Hall, in Hallowell ... Feb. 20. ... n/a n/a 1845-01-01
Concert! A vocal concert will be given at the Temple on Friday evening, Sept. 16, 1854. Thomas P. Moses, conductor. Twelve young lady vocalists, including that favorite class the "Seven," will appear. n/a n/a 1854-01-01
Concert! For the benefit of Jefferson College, at Canonsburg, Pa. Monday, eve. Jan. 30. '71. In Providence Hall. Programme. ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Concert! Mr. Braham has the honor to announce to the ladies and gentlemen of New Bedford, and vicinity, that he will give a concert, at Mechanics Hall, on Thursday evening, Feb'y. 17 [1842]. To commence at seven o'clock. n/a n/a 1842-01-01
Concert! Mr. Ossian E. Dodge, once of the firm of "Covert & Dodge," after which, manager of the "Macomber Troupe," and recently of the "New Branch Hutchinson Family," respectfully informs the people of this place and vicinity, that he will give one of his popular & fashionable entertainments, on Tuesday evening, March 6th, '49, at the Town Hall, Fitchburg. ... n/a n/a 1849-01-01
Concert! Philip Ernst, flutist to the late Court of France, and H.A. Wollenhaupt, pianist from the Conservatoire of Leipsig, would respectfully announce that they will give their first and only concert in Worcester, at Brinley Hall, on Friday evening, August 21 ... n/a n/a 1846-01-01
Concert! The Dolcean Troupe consisting of the following talented performers: Mr. J.J. Watson, the Ole Bull of America; Prof. O.S. Gross, the dinstinguished vocalist; Miss Cecelia M. Le-Baron, the accomplished pianist and vocalist; would respectfully announce to the inhabitants of Portsmouth and vicinity that they will give one of their grand, unique and chaste musical entertainments at the Cameneum this, Wednesday evening, December 1st, 1852. n/a n/a 1852-01-01
Concert! The Newcastle Brass Band having undergone a thorough course of instruction in the newest and most popular music, respectfully inform the citizens of Portsmouth and vicinity that they will give a concert of instrumental music! at the Temple. On Thursday evening, February 3d, 1853. Under the direction of and assisted by their instructor, Prof. Elderton, from Europe. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Concert, Monday, January 29th, at Concert Hall, Augusta, by the twin sisters, misses Macomber. ... Programme. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Concert, at Brinley Hall, on Thursday evening, June 3d. [1841]. n/a n/a 1841-01-01
Concert, at the city hall, Friday evening, September 8, 1843, by Mr. Wheelock and his class, assisted by some friends. n/a n/a 1843-01-01
Concert, by the Mozart Society, fast night, Thursday, April 5, 1855, at the City Hall, Worcester. ... Tickets, 25 cents. n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Concert, complimentary to Mrs. B.F. Rix, at Mechanics Hall, on Monday evening, October 10, 1859. n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Concert, to be given at the Town Hall, Hardwick ... Feb. 20, 1867. ... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Concert. ... Bangor ... Union Hall ... n/a n/a 1830-01-01
Concert. A branch of the Hutchinson Family, associated with the Missess Caroline and Ellen Rogers, and Ossian E. Dodge, would respectfully inform the citizens of Boston that they will give their 2d and last musical entertainment at the Melodeon, Wednesday evening, Jan. 17, 1849. n/a n/a 1849-01-01
Concert. A concert of sacred and secular music will be given by the Mozart Society, in Rev. Mr. Bigelow's Meeting House, on Thanksgiving evening. Order of performance. n/a n/a 1836-01-01
Concert. Central Church. ... Oct. 12, 1871 ... n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Concert. Harris Hall ... March 25, 1869 ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Concert. Madame Biscaccianti has the honor to announce to the citizens of New Bedford, that her first concert in this city will take place at Liberty Hall! On Wednesday evening, January 31st, 1849. ... n/a n/a 1849-01-01
Concert. Mr. L. Heath, author of "The grave of Bonaparte" ... and other popular songs, respectfully announces to the citizens of Fitchburg, his intention of giving an original song and ballad entertainment, at the town hall, on Wednesday evening, May 10th, 1848, on which occasion he will sing his favorite compositions. n/a n/a 1848-01-01
Concert. Mr. Ossian E. Dodge, once of the firm of Covert & Dodge, after which manager of the "Macomber Troupe," and recently of the "New Branch Hutchinson Family," respectfully informs the people of this place and vicinity, that he will give one of his popular and fashionable entertainments, at Town Hall, Bridgewater, on Thursday eve'ng, Oct. 17, 1850 (by particular request.) ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Concert. Quinsigamond Hall ... April 14th, 1870. Programme. Part first. Songs by the school. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Concert. R.S. Hambridge, respectfully announces to the ladies and gentlemen of Worcester, a concert of vocal and instrumental music, on Friday eve'ng Dec. 30, 1842, at Brinley Hall. n/a n/a 1842-01-01
Concert. The Germania Serenade Band, respectfully announce to the citizens of [blank] and vicinity, that they will give a grand instrumental concert at [blank] on [blank] 1852. ... n/a n/a 1852-01-01
Concert. The Hampshire Vocalists, will give one of their chaste & most fashionable entertainments, in the [Town Hall May 10] ... The programme ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Concert. The Hutchinson Family concert! John W., (nineteen years before the public.) Fannie B., Henry J., and Viola G. Hutchinson of the Hutchinson Family respectfully announce to the citizens of Worcester and vicinity, that by request of many of their old friends, they will give two more and the last of their popular entertainments with a change of programme, at Washburn Hall, on Friday & Saturday evenings, Feb. 10th & 11th [1860] ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Concert. The Hutchinson Family! ... at [Washington Hall] on [Wednesday evg. Sept.] Selections from the following catalogue. Programme. ... n/a n/a 1849-01-01
Concert. The Northboro' Glee Club ... Concert of vocal and instrumental music, at [blank] on [blank] Programme. ... n/a n/a 1840-01-01
Concert. The Union Choir, assisted by Miss Anna Stone, vocalist, and Mr. William Mason, pianist, of Boston, under the direction of L.S. Rust, will give their second concert of secular music in Brinley Hall, Friday evening, March 19, 1847. n/a n/a 1847-01-01
Concert. The Worcester Musical Association respectfully announce to the citizens of Millbury and vicinity that they will give a concert at the Congregational Church (Armory Village,) Thursday eve'g, Feb. 15 [1855], when they will perform the cantata of the Pilgrim Fathers. ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Congress Hall, opposite N.Y. Central Depot, D.H. Danolds, prop'r. Rochester, N.Y. ... First-class house. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Congress Spring, Saratoga, N.Y. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Conservatory of art and science. At a second meeting of gentlemen interested in the proposed conservatory of art and science, held at the library of the Boston Society of Natural History, on Friday, March 11, at 7 1-2 o'clock, Hon. Marshall P. Wilder in the chair; the committee appointed at the first meeting made a report of their doings since Feb. 18. ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Consolation in death [microform] a sermon preached at the funeral of the Rev. George Stewart, Blooming-Burgh, Sept. 21, 1818 by Ezra Fisk. Funeral sermons -- 1818. Fisk, Ezra, 1785-1833 1819-01-01
Consolation to believers under the loss of their Christian friends and relations [microform] a sermon, preached in the Baptist meeting-house ... the 12th of April, 1812 occasioned by the death of Mrs. Mary Delezenne ... by Archibald Maclay. Funeral sermons -- 1812. Maclay, Archibald, 1776-1860 1812-01-01
Constable, Wood y Ca. Manila ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Constitution of the United States, arranged and epitomized ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Continental Clothing House, 744, 746, 748 & 750 Washington St. Boston. The largest retail clothing house in New England. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Continental Hotel. Cor. Michigan & Exchange Sts. Adjoining N.Y.C., L.S. and Erie R.R. depots J.G. Avery, J.G. Fisher, prop's. Buffalo, N.Y. $2.50 per day. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Continental Theatre. Mr. B.F. Whitman has the honor to announce that in continuance of his very sucessful season, he has effected an engagement for a limited number of nights, with the great actress, Miss Kate Reignolds, to appear Monday, June 3, 1867, in Miss Olive Logan's thrilling drama of Armadale; or fate! .... n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Continental champagne! ... Frash & Co. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Contract. This agreement witnesseth, that Ford Brothers hereby agree to manufacture and furnish to [E.H. Robbins] Campbells Improved Pruning and Hedge Shears ... [Nov. 13th] 187[1] ... P.O., Oneonta, N.Y. n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Contractors to the leading lines of steamers ... The Orient Supply Co. (Edmund J. Risgalla) Steam ship & Chartering agents general ship chandlers, ship stores & provision merchants import & export ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Convenience and economy. Covert & Gould's self-supporting rafter ... Patented October 15th, 1878. ... Pike, Wyoming Co., N.Y. n/a n/a 1878-01-01
Convenient to railroad stations, trolley lines, the falls and parks. Hotel Imperial C.N. Owen, proprietor. ... Niagara Falls, N.Y. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cook & Aldrich, hatters & furriers 147 Washington St. Boston. Op. of Old South Church. n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Cooking and eating both a delight, with Armour's celebrated Illinois creamery Butterine. ... Chicago ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Copco Bath-soap trade mark. A few among the many advantages of Copco white floating bath soap. ... The N.K. Fairbank Company. Chicago, St. Louis ... n/a n/a 1894-01-01
Copp & Pear, are sole wholesale agents in Boston for Willmot's patent elastic door and furniture fenders, elastic head screws and tacks. ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Copp & Pear, wholesale & retail dealers in upholstery goods and window goods and window shades, 387 Washington Street, Boston. n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Copyright 1889 ... Arbuckle's ariosa coffee ... Arbuckle Bros. Coffee Company, New York. ... n/a n/a 1889-01-01
Copyrighted 1881 by A.C. Mc Quhae ... Jacobs & Bernstein ... n/a n/a 1881-01-01
Cordage manufactured & sold by John Tracy at his rope yard Quaker Field Newbury-Port. Bought of John Tracy. Advertising cards. Tracy, John 1790-01-01
Cornell & Hurlbert, no. 16 Union Street, Boston, stove manufacturers ... n/a n/a 1835-01-01
Cornell Gate. Patented December 15, 1891. ... It is simple, durable and cheap. ... East Saginaw, Mich. Advertising cards. Cornell, George E 1891-01-01
Cornhill Clothing Co. Dealers in fine clothing and furnishing goods. One price. 155 Washington St., corner of, and nos. 12 to 18 Cornhill, facing the blue store, Boston. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Correct your sight! Lenses are pure and brilliant. By using the Spencer Optical Mf'g Co's goods ... Audemair's celebrated opera, field and marine glasses ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Correct your sight! The lenses are pure and brilliant. By using the Spencer Optical Manufacturing Co's goods. Audemair's operaglasses have no equal. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Correct your sight! The lenses are pure and brilliant. By using the Spencer Optical Manufacturing Co's goods. Audemair's operaglasses have no equal. ... n/a n/a 1888-01-01
Correct your sight! The lenses are pure and brilliant. By using the Spencer Optical Manufacturing Co's goods. Audemair's operaglasses have no equal. ... n/a n/a 1888-01-01
Correct your sight! The lenses are pure and brilliant. By using the Spencer Optical Manufacturing Co's goods. Audemair's operaglasses have no equal. A.L. Burbank & Co. jewelers & opticians, 351 Main St., Worcester, Mass. n/a n/a 1888-01-01
Correct your sight! The lenses are pure and brilliant. By using the Spencer Optical Manufacturing Co's goods. Audemair's operaglasses have no equal. C.S. Blake jeweler and optician. n/a n/a 1888-01-01
Correctness in arithmetic. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Correctness in geography. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Correctness in music. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Correctness in reading. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Cortell & Leonard, hats, caps, furs and straw goods, umbrellas, travelling bags, trunks, &c., no. 46 State Street, Albany, N.Y. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cosmopolitan Hotel, cor. Chambers St. & West Broadway, New York City. ... N. & S.J. Huggins, proprietors. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cosmopolitan Hotel, corner Chambers Street and West Broadway, New York. On the European plan. N. & S.J. Huggins, prop's. ... This hotel is built on the site of the old Girard House and has ample accomodation for four hundred guests. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cosmopolitan Hotel, corner Chambers Street and West Broadway, New York. Rooms $1 dollar per day and upwards. On the European plan. N. &. S.J. Huggins. pop'rs ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cosmopolitan Hotel. Places of interest in and around New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cosmopolitan emporium of fashions Mme. Demorest's Reliable Patterns orders promptly attended to send for catalogue. [Clarence Page] F.T. Jelliff, Mt. Kisco, N.Y. ... Agency for Mme. Demorest's Reliable Patterns. Advertising cards. Demorest, Mme. (Ellen Louise Curtis), 1824-1898 1898-01-01
Cotillion parties. The Worcester Guards solicit the pleasure of your company at Brinley Hall, on the evening of January 2nd, 15th, 29th, and February 12th, 1851. Managers J.M. Goodhue, S.H. Leonard ...Worcester, Dec. 1850. Invitations. Goodhue, J. M 1850-01-01
Cotillion party. M [Charles F. Pew] your company with ladies, is respectfully solicited at Horticultural Hall on Worcester, on [Wednesday] evening [Feb 16th] 1853 Managers. Calvin E. Pratt ... Invitations. Pratt, Calvin E 1853-01-01
Cotillion party. The company of Miss [Kate Glover] is respectfully solicited to a cotillion party, to be given at the Empire Hall, on next Wednesday evening. Council Bluffs, March 29, 1856. ... Managers. Haas. ... n/a n/a 1856-01-01
Cotillion party. The company of Mr. [Lewis Griggs] & lady, is requested at the Grafton Hotel, on [Thursday evening Jan. 14] 1841 ... E. Aldrich, Manager. Invitations. Aldrich, E 1841-01-01
Cotillion party. The managers respectfuly solicit the company of yourself and lady, to attend a cotillion party, at the hall of A. Holman, in Bolton, on Tuesday, November 26th, 1844. ... Managers. Waldo Nourse, Charles Ellis. ... Invitations. Nourse, Waldo 1844-01-01
Cotillion party. The pleasure of your company is respectfully solicited to a cotillion party at the house of James Kitt's on Thursday evening, at 2 o'clock, May 31st, 1855. Managers: L.L. Blake ... Invitations. Blake, L. L 1855-01-01
Cotillion party. The pleasure of your company, with ladies, is respectfully solicited, at Horticultural Hall, on Wednesday evening, February 1st, 1854. Managers. J.G. Lawton ... Invitations. Lawton, J. G 1854-01-01
Cotillion party. Your company with ladies is respectfully solicited at the Town Hall, Leicester, on Thursday evening, Dec. 27th, 1860. Managers. S.L. Hodges, T.E. Woodcock, Wm. P. White, ... Floor managers: Marshal Fuller, W.P. White, ... Leicester, Dec, 20th, 1860. Invitations. Hodges, S. L 1860-01-01
Cottonwood Hot Springs and Sanitarium. Famous resort for invalids, pleasure seekers and tourists. G.B. McCampbell ... Cottonwood Springs, Colorado. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Coverly, Knapp & Co. Importers an wholesale dealers in foreign & domestic hardware & cutlery, no. 39 Pearl Street, Boston. n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Crathern & Caverhill, wholesale hardware merchants custom-house square, Montreal. n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Crawford & Stockbridge, (successors to F.S. Crawford.) stationers, bookbinders, paper rulers, and blank book manufacturers. Statesman building, -- Concord, N.H. n/a n/a 1845-01-01
Crawford House, White Mountain Notch, N.H. A.T. & O.F. Barron, proprietors. Places of interest ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Crawford House, White Mountains, N.H. located within 100 rods of the notch of the White Mountains. By J.L. Gibb recently of the Lafayette House, Franconia Notch. n/a n/a 1852-01-01
Crawford House, White Mountains. Hartshorn, Wolcott & Doyle. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Crawford House. A.T. & O.F. Barron, prop'rs. White Mountains, New Hampshire. Places of interest near the Crawford House. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Crawford House. cor. Court & Brattle Streets, Boston. Henry Goodwin & Co., prop's. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Crescent embossing co. Manufacturers of embossed catalogue covers Plainfield N.J. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Criterion Soap. Ask your grocer for Criterion Soap. Chas. E. Marsh & Co. ... Knives and scissors given free only to purchasers of Criterion Soap ... C.E. Marsh & Co., 501 Chestnut Street, Lynn, Mass. ... n/a n/a 1889-01-01
Criterion Soap. Ask your grocer for Criterion soap. Chas. E. Marsh & Co. ... List of twenty-five new publications "our native birds and their eggs" given only to purchasers of Criterion Soap ... n/a n/a 1889-01-01
Crosby & Nichols. Wholesale & retail booksellers and stationers, 117 Washington Street Boston. n/a n/a 1862-01-01
Crouse-Tremaine Carbon Co. Manufacturers of electric light battery carbons & motor brushes. Fostoria, O. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Crown Manufacturing Co., Phelps, Ontario Co., N.Y. Crown grain and fertilizer drills. ... The Crown has the best spring hoe in the world. ... n/a n/a 1890-01-01
Crown roller mill. Christian Bro's Mill Co. Minneapolis, Minn. Without exception the best flour made ... n/a n/a 1879-01-01
Cumberland House, Plattsburgh, N.Y. E. Averill, -- proprietor. Guests conveyed to and from the cars and boats free of charge. Distances from the Cumberland House, Plattsburgh, N.Y. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cured by the German corn remover ... sold by all druggists B.F. Arthur & Co. propr's. 84 Front St. N.Y. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Currier Hall. Amateur theatricals. ... Programme. ... The whole to conclude with a roaring farce ... Thursday evening--January 1st, 1874. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Currier's Hat, Glove and Trunk Corner, 709 & 711 Washington Street., Boston. Open evenings. One price. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Currier's Hat, Glove and Trunk Corner, 709 & 711 Washington Street., Boston. Open evenings. One price. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Curtis, Davis & Co. Boston, Mass. "Welcome Soap." n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Cusack's line for San Francisco ... clipper ship "Derby" ... Pier 19 East River ... 110 Wall Street Ship cards. Cusack, M.R 1853-01-01
Cushman ornamental hair maker, in all its various branches also cuts hair in the first stile at his shop 70 Newbury Street, near the Bucks Horns, Boston. ... Advertising cards. Cushman, Mr 1800-01-01
D d dog. Awarded to [Horatio N. Bliss] for [correct deportment EA Hubbard]. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
D d dog. Awarded to [William T. Bliss] for [good behaviour in school. EA Hubbard.] n/a n/a 1876-01-01
D'ble breasted dress frock suits, very stylish. ... Jessup & Company, 256 Broadway, opposite City Hall. We have no old stock. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
D. Dickinson. Miniature painter ... Phila. Advertising cards. Dickinson, Daniel, b. 1795 1820-01-01
D. Maurer & Son, manufacturers of Infallible Rat and Roach Exterminator, against house insects, roaches, bed bugs, ants ... 119 Race Street, Philadelphia. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
D.A. Sahlein & Co. Boys clothing 461 to 467 Broadway, cor. Grand Street. New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
D.C. Pratt, photographer, Aurora, Ill. Negatives preserved. Advertising cards. Pratt, D. C 1865-01-01
D.E. Bradley, printer, East Jaffrey, N.H. Advertising cards. Bradley, D. E 1870-01-01
D.E. Gring, gas lighting by electricity incandescent wiring. Electric bells, burglar alarms, clock attachements & speaking tubes. Estimates given on application. 739 North Eigth St., Reading, Pa. Advertising cards. Gring, D. E 1870-01-01
D.F. Estabrook, manufacturer of all kinds of plain and fancy paper boxes ... [245] Main Street, Worcester, Mass. ... Advertising cards. Estabrook, D. F 1860-01-01
D.F. Felt, musical entertainment! To be given in Monatiquot Hall, South Braintree, on Tuesday evening, Aug. 29th, 1854, by a choir of young singers. Assisted by Miss E. Sprague, pianist. n/a n/a 1854-01-01
D.H. Baldwin & Co. Pianos organs Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis, Chicago. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
D.W. Klobe manufacturer of surgical and orthopædical instruments. Artificial limbs. 15 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Advertising cards. Klobe, D. W 1870-01-01
D.W. Tracy, druggist ... Hartford, Conn. Ponds extract vegetable pain destroyer ... New York. Advertising cards. Tracy, D. W 1870-01-01
Daily down the Bay excursion. ... Daily family excursions down the Bay. Philadelphia's favorite iron excursion steamer, Thomas Clyde. To Woodland Beach, stopping at Pennsgrove each way. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dainty white flakes health food for breakfast ... Hecker-Jones-Jewell Milling Company, New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dainty white flakes health food for breakfast[.] Heckers' Pearl flakes manufactured by Hecker-Jones-Jewell-Milling Company, New York, U.S.A. ... Hecker-Jones-Jewell Milling Company, New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Daisy Roller Mills. Milwaukee, U.S.A. Hard Dakota and Minnesota wheat used exclusively. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Daley's printers' rollers and roller composition, office and manufactory: 26 Ann Street, New York. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre ... Week ending Aug. 7, 1875. ...This and every evening this week ... His own enemy ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre ... Week ending Dec. 18, 1875. ... Pique! A play of today. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre ... Week ending Oct. 9, 1875. ... Bill of the play ... Our boys ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre ... Week ending Sept. 18, 1875 ... American comedy Saratoga ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre ...week ending Sept. 4, 1875. ... The grand duchess! ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Damascus Lodge, no. 50, K.P. Third anniversary Promenade concert and ball, at Mechanics Hall ... April 10th, 1874. Music: Twenty-Second Regiment Band of N.Y. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Damascus Lodge, no. 50, Knights of Pythias. Worcester, Mass. Third Anniversary promenade concert and ball, at Mechanics Hall ... April 10th, 1874. ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Damnable heresies defined and described, in a sermon, preached in North Wilbraham, June 15, 1808, at the ordination of Rev. Thaddeus Osgood, to the office and work of an evangelist. By Joseph Lathrop, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in West-Springfield. Ordination sermons -- 1808.; Poems -- 1808.; Hymns.; Wrappers (Binding). Lathrop, Joseph, 1731-1820 1811-01-01
Damnable heresies defined and described, in a sermon, preached in North Wilbraham, June 15, 1808. At the ordination of Rev. Thaddeus Osgood, to the office and work of an evangelist. By Joseph Lathrop, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in West-Springfield. Ordination sermons -- 1808. Lathrop, Joseph, 1731-1820 1808-01-01
Dan Bryant's minstrels ... Programme. ... Morrissey and Emerson's songs and dances. ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Dan Worcester's Sensation Troupe ... This evening will be presented ... The French spy! Or, The fall of Algiers ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Dan'l J. Walsh & Co. wholesale dealers in woolen and cotton rags, no. 259 North Front Street, Philadelphia. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Daniel Lovejoy, (late Lovejoy & Butterfield) manufacturer of paper mill engine bars and plates ... corner of Rock and Cushing Sts., -- Lowell, Mass. ... Advertising cards. Lovejoy, Daniel 1870-01-01
Darling's animal fertilizer, or pure ground bone, will insure you good crops. Manufactured by L.B. Darling & Co., Pawtucket, R.I. ... Site of Capernaum. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Darling, Holman & Co., manufacturers of grass and grain scythes, MIllville, Mass. ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Davenport's Chestnut Street Theatre. ... March 22, 1872, Benefit and last appearance of William S. Fredericks ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
David Boyd Jr. importer & dealer in cloths, cassimeres, vestings and tailors' trimmings, no. 32 South Fourth Street above Chestnut St. Philadelphia. Advertising cards. Boyd, David Jr 1853-01-01
David C. Moseley, saddle cap & harness maker. 16 Marlboro Street Boston. Advertising cards. Moseley, David C 1815-01-01
David Heston & Sons printers and embossers Frankford Philadelphia. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
David Heston, manufacturer of advertising cards, druggists labels, Frankford, Philad'a. Physicians' prescription cards and cases. ... Advertising cards. Heston, David 1870-01-01
David M. Hogan, blank book, manufacturer and stationer, no. 100 Walnut Street ... Philadelphia ... Advertising cards. Hogan, David M 1850-01-01
David Nash informs his friends and the Public general-ly, that he continues to keep a tavern at Payne's old stand, no. 202 north Market-Street, Albany ... Advertising cards. Nash, David, 1792-1832 1822-01-01
David Nicholson's liquid bread. A pure extract of malt. ... unsurpassed tonic ... a promoter of muscular strength ... the trade supplied by David Nicholson, ... St.Louis, Mo. ... 1885. Advertising cards. Nicholson, David 1885-01-01
Davids Prize soap. Trade mark. Cheapest & best. Pat. April 18, 1876. Try it you'll like it. ... We divide our profits with our patrons. Within the past few years David's Prize soap has given away over $75,000. ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Davies' Clothing ... Cheapest clothing house on top of Earth, largest assortment! Lowest prices! Best styles! 172 Bridge Street, near High Street. Brooklyn. Splendid line of gents furnishing goods. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Davis & Center, commission and forwarding merchants, Albany. ... n/a n/a 1820-01-01
Davis & Center, forwarding and transporting merchants, Albany. ... 1820 n/a n/a 1820-01-01
Davis & Moore, manufacturers of and dealers in book and news paper, paper makers' supplies, office, no. 84 Water Street, Boston. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Davis' Hotel, Kittrell, N.C. The attention of tourists and others visiting the south during autumn, winter and spring seasons, for health, pleasure or sporting, is respectfully called to the favorite resort Kittrell, N.C. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Davis' Shirt Depot and gents' furnishing goods, hats, caps, &c., Bull Street, Savannah, Ga. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dawes & Fanning, manufacturers. 98 & 100 Franklin St. New York. Will not turn inside out and is water proof. ... Warranted fast in color. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Day's Soap does it. Washee, washee see him rub on his washboard in the tub: see him wash and smile with glee for he's from hard, labor free: with day's soap his work is done when his rival's just begun. ... Day & Frick ... Philadelphia, Pa. n/a n/a 1887-01-01
DeBar's Grand Opera House ... Benefit of Miss Jane Coombs ... Monday evening, September 21, 1874, will be presented ... The sphynx ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Dear Sir: A adjourned meeting of persons in favor of "making some arrangements for the exertion of a moral and religious influence, to promote the deliverance of our country from slavery, the natural source of discord and rebellion," will be held at the vestry of Park Street Church, corner of Tremont and Park Streets, on Wednesday, Nov. 5th ... Benj. H. West ... November 3, 1862. Invitations. West, Benjamin H 1862-01-01
Dear Sir: A meeting of the trustees of Powers Institute will be held at the hall of the Institute, in Bernardston, on [Monday] the [8] day of [Nov] 18[62] at [7] o'clock [p.]m. ... Respectfully yours, [S.N. Brook] secretary. ... Invitations. Brook, S. N 1862-01-01
Dear Sir: If you will turn to a chart of the Gulf of Mexico, you will see ... We have a marine penetration of the land at the lowest calculation, eighty-two miles, and thus it gives the last drop of salt water that approaches San Antonio, and the mines of Chihuahua. The town of Port Preston is laid off on this spot. It is in the county of Refugio, in the Republic of Texas ... Maps -- Texas.; Lithographs.; Annotations (Provenance). Perry, Stuart 1841-01-01
Dear Sir: you are respectfully invited to be present at the opening of the course of lectures before the Mechanic Apprentices' Library Association, at Tremont Temple, Monday evening, Nov. 15th, 1858. ... Charles H. Hinds, A.C. Winning, ... Lecture committee. Boston, Nov. 1, 1858. Invitations. Hinds, Charles H 1858-01-01
Dear sir, at the last meeting of the Male Parochial and Missionary Association of Grace Church, ... Phineas Capen, Secretary. May 20, 1837. Invitations. Capen, Phineas 1837-01-01
Dear sir, you are respectfully invited to attend the services before the city government, on the occasion of the decease of the late president, James K. Polk, at the Melodeon, on Wednesday, July 25th. ... John H. Wilkins, S.S. Perkins, Moses Kimball, Henry Davis, J.A. Palmer, committee of arrangements. July 16, 1849. Invitations. Wilkins, John H. (John Hubbard), 1794-1861 1849-01-01
Dear sir, you are rspectfully invited to attend a meeting of the Massachusetts Society for the Suppression of Intemperance, at the Representatives' Chamber, on Friday evening, June 3d ... Boston, June 1, 1831. ... [Hon. Edward Everett]. n/a n/a 1831-01-01
Dear sir,--your attendence is requested at the introductory lecture before the Mechanic Apprentice's Library Association, at the Tremont Temple, Monday evening, Nov. 17th. ... Alphonso Baker ... Boston, Nov. 11, 1856. Invitations. Baker, Alphonso 1856-01-01
Dear sir: A meeting of the trustees of Powers Institute will be held at the hall of the Institute, in Bernardston, on [Saturday] the [8th] day of [March] 18[62] at [1 12] o'clock [p.]m. ... Respectfully yours, [S.N. Brook] secretary. ... Invitations. Brook, S. N 1862-01-01
Dear sir: Hon. N.P. Banks will deliver a lecter before the Mechanic Apprentices' Library Association, in Tremont Temple, on Friday evening, November 20 ... Joseph W. Hill ... Boston, Nov. 13, 1857. Invitations. Hill, Joseph W 1857-01-01
Dear sir: a meeting of the election committee of the Union League of Philadelphia, will be held at the League House, to-morrow evening, at [blank] o'clock. Cadwalader Biddle, secretary. Philadelphia. 1863. Invitations. Biddle, Cadwalader 1863-01-01
Dear sir:--you are cordially invited to dine with the survivng officers and soldiers of the Ninth Massachusetts Volunteer Regiment, Monday, June 18, 1894, at 1.30 p.m., in the gymnasium, corner of Harvard and Prospect Streets, Cambridgeport. ... Chaplain Thomas Scully ... Invitations. Scully, Thomas 1894-01-01
Dearly bought. The hammock series. By the author of No Gentlemen, A Sane Lunatic, etc. The Lakeside Press. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Death and heaven, or, The last enemy conquered and separate spirits made perfect ... [microform] attempted in two funeral discourses in memory of Sir John Hartopp, Bart. and his lady, deceased by I. Watts. Funeral sermons -- 1818. Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748 1818-01-01
Death and judgment. A sermon, by George Burder, selected from the "Village sermons." Sermons.; Hymns. Burder, George, 1752-1832 1804-01-01
Death gain to Christian [microform] illustrated in a discourse delivered ... at the funeral of Mrs. Lucy Sumner ... by Peter Whitney. Funeral sermons -- 1810. Whitney, Peter, 1744-1816 1810-01-01
Death of Tamar Ham! For the unmarried ladies of America, a new psalm and a new sermon, on the death of Tamar Ham, who died in Boston, one night in the summer of the year 1816, after having been knocked down and stamped on the day before, if the newspaper account of the matter is true, by a sailor with whom she lived without being married. The name of this man is Coombs. He had been sometime confined, but had not had his trial for this crime, when this paper went to the press. Composed by Jonathan Plummer. Broadsides.; Songs.; Sermons -- 1816.; Relief prints. Plummer, Jonathan, 1761-1819 1816-01-01
Death of the saints precious in God's sight [microform] a sermon delivered in Natick, June 13, 1819, occasioned by the death of Mrs. Hannah Coolidge, wife of Mr. William Coolidge, aetatis 40 by Martin Moore. Funeral sermons -- 1819. Moore, Martin, 1790-1866 1819-01-01
Death the lot of all! [microform] a sermon, delivered at East-Hartford, November 3, 1806, at the funeral of Mrs. Mary Yates, consort of the Rev. Andrew Yates, who died of a consumption, October 31 by Abel Flint. Funeral sermons -- 1806. Flint, Abel, 1765-1825 1806-01-01
Death, a covenanted blessing to the Christian [microform] a sermon, delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Judith Waldo, wife of Calvin Waldo, Esq., June 6th, A.D. 1808 by Theodore Hinsdale. Funeral sermons -- 1808. Hinsdale, Theodore, 1738-1818 1808-01-01
Deaths of three persons who killed themselves-- by Jonathan Plummer, a travelling preacher. An elegiac ode & a funeral sermon, on the deaths of a woman and two men who killed themselves about the middle of June, 1807 ... Broadsides.; Songs.; Funeral sermons -- 1807.; Relief prints. Plummer, Jonathan, 1761-1819 1807-01-01
Deceivers made manifest: in three discourses, delivered before the Episcopal parish, in St. Michael's Church, Marblehead; August, 1805. By James Bowers, rector of said parish. Published by desire. Sermons -- 1805. Bowers, James, d. 1834 1805-01-01
Decker Brothers matchless pianos 33 Union Square, N.Y. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dedicated to the president of the United States, and to his honored wife. By C.D. Bradlee. (July 10th, 1881.) Broadsides.; Elegies. Bradlee, C. D. (Caleb Davis), 1831-1897 1881-01-01
Dedication Ball, in Blackstone. ... New Hall, in Blackstone Block, on Wednesday evening, March 20, 1850 ... Managers. F.M. Ballou, Blackstone, R. Hayward, N. Chase, ... music, Flagg's Band, Boston. Invitations. Ballou, F. M 1850-01-01
Dedication ball, Wednesday evening, Feb 27th 1856. By the Woburn Mechanic Phalanx at the Lyceum Hall, Woburn, Reception committee. W. T.Grammer ... Floor managers. Timothy Winn ... Invitations. Winn, Timothy, 1817-1873 1856-01-01
Dedication ball, at T.F. Hunt's new hotel, Forestdale, Vt., Monday evening, July 1st. 1867. ... Managers. L.E. Durant ... Invitations. Durant, L. E 1867-01-01
Dedication ball, by the Woburn Mechanic Phalanx, at the Lyceum Hall, .... Woburn, on Wednesday evening, Feb. 27th, 1856. ...Committee of arrangements. Capt. W.T. Grammer ... Reception committee. Capt. W.T. Grammer ... Floor managers. Timothy Winn ... Invitations. Grammer, W. T 1856-01-01
Dedication ball. Sir--your company, with ladies, is respectfully solicited at a dedication ball to be given at A.W. Fuller's Hall, Scotland, on Monday evening, Jan. 1, 1849. Managers Frink Hebbard, Anthony Parkhurst, Ethan Allen, ... Scotland, (Windham) Dec. 26, 1848. Invitations. Hebbard, Frink 1848-01-01
Dedication ball. The company of Mr. [Benja J. Hull] and lady, is respectfully solicited at Twichell's Hotel ... Managers. Jonas Smith, John Winslow, Lorenzo Harding ... Barre, Nov. 2, 1837. Invitations. Smith, Jonas 1837-01-01
Dedication ball. The company of Mr. [Bigelow] and Lady, is requested at the Chase's Hall, on Thursday evening, November 24th 1842 ... Managers. Wm. Miller, H. Bird ... Cabotville, November 14, 1842. Invitations. Miller, William 1842-01-01
Dedication ball. The managers solicit the favor of your company, with ladies, at the Petersham House, on Wednesday evening, Feb. 26, 1851. Managers: Welcome Wadsworth, Artemas Bryant ...Petersham, Feb. 10, 1851. Invitations. Wadsworth, Welcome 1851-01-01
Dedication ball. Your company with ladies is respectfully solicited at the ball to be given at the Hall of Geo. Randall, in Abington, on Wednesday eve, Jan. 11, 1860. Milton Paine, - - floor manager. ... Invitations. Paine, Milton 1860-01-01
Dedication ball. Your company with ladies is respectfully solicited at the opening of the New City Hall Springfield, Mass., Monday evenign, January 7, 1856. Honorary Maangers. Hon. George Ashmun ... Committee of arrangements. Henry Vose ... Floor managers. Hon. George Dwight ... Invitations. Ashmun, George, 1804-1870 1856-01-01
Dedication sermon delivered at the new brick meeting-house of the Second Society of Universalists in Boston, October 16th, 1817 [microform] by Thomas Jones. Dedication sermons -- 1817. Jones, Thomas, 1763-1846 1817-01-01
Dedication. New Years ball. Your company, with ladies, is respectfully solicited, at Perry's Hall. Claremont, N.H., on Thursday evening, Dec. 31, 1857. ... Hall managers: A.O. Fisk ...December 18, 1857. Invitations. Fisk, A. O 1857-01-01
Dee & Doyle, florists ... Boston Museum ... Benefit of Mr. Charles Barron. ... December 10, 1869 ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Dee & Doyle, florists. ... Boston Museum ... January 3, 1870 ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Deer Park in the White Mountains North Woodstock, N.H. Dinner ... Deer Park Hotel J.R. Elliott Prop. July 11 1896. n/a n/a 1896-01-01
Deering Twine Binder. ... Deering's Marsh harvester. Harvester king. Warrior and Deering mowers. Droppers, Leader reapers. Wm. Deering, Chicago, Ill. ... Advertising cards. Deering, William 1880-01-01
Defence of the incorporation known as the Gettysburg Asylum for Invalid Soldiers, and a protest against the unwarranted attempt made by Gen. Van Wyck, M.C., to defeat an individual enterprise having for its object the erection of a national home for the disabled veterans of the late war. To the honorable Mr. Speaker and members of the House of Representatives; your petitioner would respectfully represent that he is the general manager of the project known as the Gettysburg Asylum enterprise, which is being lawfully conducted under a special charter from the state of Pennsylvania, passed March 6, 1867. ... Memorials (Legal). Hitchcock, Benjamin W., b. 1836 1868-01-01
Delaware ... Atlantic Ocean ... Chesapeake Bay ... n/a n/a 1861-01-01
Delaware House, Lackawaxen, Penn'a. ... Good boating, bathing and fishing ... F.J. Holbert, prop'r, Lackawaxen, Pa. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Delehanty, Hengler & Spaulding's Great Variety Troupe ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Delicious cakes made of Heckers' self-raising buckwheat ... Croton Mills, 205 Cherry St., Cor. Pike Slip, N.Y. n/a n/a 1892-01-01
Democratic Jubilee, at the Middlesex Hotel, - - - Concord. January 8, 1845. Sir: your company, with ladies, is respectfully solicited. Managers. Sherman Barrett, Coburn Hadlock ... Invitations. Barrett, Sherman 1845-01-01
Dempster's original ballad soirees. Brinley Hall, Worcester, Monday evening, Sept. 13th, 1847. To commence at eight o'clock. n/a n/a 1847-01-01
Denison Brothers. Flour and grain. Mills 42 So. Water St. and Foot Hillman St. New Bedford, Mass. n/a n/a 1871-01-01
Deodate Bement, makes and sells all kinds of saddles and bridles at his house, opposite the church in Wallingford. Advertising cards. Bement, Deodate 1800-01-01
Depository of arts; 350 Broadway, N. York. Bourne, importer of superb engravings ... stationary articles ... Advertising cards. Bourne, George Melksham 1830-01-01
Desando el exmo. Sr. Gobernador y Comandante General del Departamento, guarnicion de esta plaza, ... D. Antonio Lopez de Santa-Anna ... H. Moaamoros, Junio 11 de 1854. ... Invitations. Santa Anna, Antonio López de, 1794?-1876 1854-01-01
Description of the grand organ ... Mechanics Hall, Worcester, Mass. ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Designing and photographing. Estimates given on catalogue illustrations, machinery and all commercial work ... James Kenny, successor to Redman & Kenny wood-engraving. ... Advertising cards. Kenny, James 1870-01-01
Detachment 2d N.Y. Artillery, Fort Woodbury, Va. Oct., 10, 1863. Editor Beacon:--Will you please insert the following obituary notice in your paper ... Died, in regimental hospital, near Fort Woodbury, Va., of malaria fever, Alonzo F. Baker, drummer boy of Co. B, 2d Regiment New York Artillery, aged 15 years, on his birthday. ... Broadsides.; Obituaries. Howard, Hiram 1863-01-01
Deutsche Buchhandlung. Stechert & Wolff, German booksellers and importers of all kinds of European literary works. No. 2 Bond Street, near Broadway. New York. n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Devlin & Co. Clothiers 259 Broadway N.Y. 1883. Our ready made stock for spring and summer ... Devlin & Co. Cor. Broadway and Warren St. n/a n/a 1883-01-01
Diamond Black Leather Oil manufactured by Globe Oil Company, Cleveland, O. The Garfield Monument at Lake View Cemetery Cleveland, O. ... Diamond Black Leather Oil is the best. The best is the cheapest. Represented by F.W. Dingley, D.B.L. Cleveland, O. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Diamond Mills Paper Co. manufacturers of manilla, tissue, and improved medicated paper, office 33 Barclay St. N.Y. Milburn N.J. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dickinson & Co's establishment for type founding, stereotyping, and printing is at no. 52 Washington St. Boston. Advertising cards. Dickinson, Samuel N. (Samuel Nelson), 1801-1848 1840-01-01
Dickinson's embossed cards splendid patterns, large and small sizes ... no. 52 Washington Street, Boston ... Advertising cards. Dickinson, Samuel N. (Samuel Nelson), 1801-1848 1844-01-01
Dickinson's embossed cards, large and small sizes, embracing an almost variety of subjects. ... Advertising cards. Dickinson, Samuel N. (Samuel Nelson), 1801-1848 1843-01-01
Dickinson's embossed cards, large and small sizes, embracing an almost variety of subjects. ... Advertising cards. Dickinson, Samuel N. (Samuel Nelson), 1801-1848 1843-01-01
Died in Boston, July 24, 1859, of scarlet fever, Evelina Jane, daughter of Joseph and Martha Elizabeth Davis, aged 1 year, 11 months, and 24 days. Broadsides.; Elegies. M. A. H 1859-01-01
Died, at his seat, Pleasant Hill, Saturday morning last, very suddenly, Joseph Barrell, Esq. in the 65th year of his age. n/a n/a 1804-01-01
Died, in Salem, December 24, 1857, of typhoid fever, Mrs. Mary Wilder Foote, wife of Caleb Foote, and daughter of Hon. Daniel A. White, aged 47 years and 12 days. Communicated for the Salem gazette of Dec. 29. Mrs. Mary Foote. ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Died, near the south-side rail road, on Sunday, April 9th, 1865, the Southern Confederacy, aged four years. Conceived in sin, born in iniquity, nurtured by tyranny, died of a chronic attack of punch. Abraham Lincoln, attending physician. U.S. Grant, undertaker. Jeff Davis, chief mourner. Epitaph. n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Dieterichs harness oil. Manufactured by E.F. Dieterichs, Cleveland, Ohio. ... Advertising cards. Dieterichs, E. F 1870-01-01
Dieterichs leather preservative oil for boots & shoes manufactured by E.F. Dieterichs' Cleveland, Ohio. Registered. One can of Dietrichs' Leather Preservative Oil, for boots and shoes, properly applied, will save twenty times its cost in shoe leather. ... Adams & Greenwood, agts. for Value-Oleum, Ashburnham, Mass. ... Advertising cards. Dieterichs, E. F 1870-01-01
Diligence in study. Reward of merit presented to [Lillie M Turner] by [W.E. Thurston] teacher. n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Diligence in study. Reward of merit presented to [blank] by [blank] teacher. n/a n/a 1867-01-01
Dilworth, Branson & Co. importers of & dealers in foreign and domestic hardware cutlery, &c. no. 59 Market Street ... Philadelphia. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Direct from Harrigan & Hart's Theatre, New York Edward Harrigan's Squatter Sovereignty ... Presented by M.W. Hanley's Company. ... New York ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Direct route to the west and south how to go home! ... Pocket time table of the Portland, Bangor & Machias Steamboat Co. ... General offices: Portland. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Directions for brewing essence of spruce. Sold by Henry F. Dupee, at his store, Fore-Street ... Portland ... Advertising cards. Dupee, Henry F 1816-01-01
Directions for putting up the timepiece ... these timepieces are an improvement upon all others ... by Aaron Willard Jun'r Washington St. Boston near the Roxbury, Massachusetts. Advertising cards. Willard, Aaron, 1783-1864 1780-01-01
Directions for using it. ... Doc. A. Rappe's invaluable eye-salve. ... saddles, harness ... made by P.J. Kallenbach. Canton, Stark Co., Ohio. Advertising cards. Kallenbach, P. J 1820-01-01
Discourse delivered at Cohasset, 9 June 1816, the Lord's Day after the interment of Mrs. Sylvia Flint, the wife of the author [microform] by Jacob Flint. Funeral sermons -- 1816. Flint, Jacob, 1767-1835 1816-01-01
Discourse delivered in Freeport, Maine, Feb. 10, 1809, at the funeral of Rev. Samuel Veazie ... [microform] by William Jenks. Funeral sermons -- 1809. Jenks, William, 1778-1866 1809-01-01
Discourse, delivered at Sherburne, November 24, 1814. Being the day of public thanksgiving, appointed by Union Association. ... Thanksgiving sermons -- 1814 Nov. 24. Truair, John, 1780-1845 1815-01-01
Discourses on religious subjects, by the late Rev. Job Swift, D.D. To which are prefixed, sketches of his life and character, and a sermon, preached at West-Rutland, on the occasion of his death, by the Rev. Lemuel Haynes. [Three lines from II Peter] Sermons -- Collections.; Funeral sermons -- 1804.; Subscribers' lists.; Leather bindings (Binding).; Subscription editions (Publishing). Swift, Job, 1743-1804 1805-01-01
Discourses, chiefly on devotional subjects [microform] by Newcome Cappe to which are prefixed memoirs of his life by Catharine Cappe with an appendix containing a sermon preached at the interment of the author by William Wood. Funeral sermons -- 1818. Cappe, Newcome, 1733-1800 1818-01-01
Discourses, delivered on public occasions, illustrating the principles, displaying the tendency, and vindicating the design, of free masonry. By Thaddeus Mason Harris, past Grand Chaplain to the Grand Lodge, and Chaplain to the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Massachusetts. Subscribers' lists.; Intaglio prints.; Leather bindings (Binding).; Stained leather (Binding).; Gold tooled leather (Binding).; Lettering pieces (Binding).; Marbled papers (Binding).; Subscription editions (Publishing). Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842 1819-01-01
Dispatch Line for San Francisco the celebrated clipper R.B. Forbes ... E.B. Sutton ... Ship cards. Sutton, E. B 1853-01-01
Dispatch Line for San Francisco the well known and favorite clipper ship John Gilpin ... Sutton & Co., 84 Wall St ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Dispatch Line for San Francisco. The splendid first class A 1 clipper ship Union ... Is now rapidly loading at Pier 8, North River ... Sutton & Co. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Dispatch Line for San Francisco. To sail on or before the day advertised! The well-known and favorite A 1 clipper ship Sword Fish ... Sutton & Co. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Dispatch Line for San Francisco.The splendid A 1 first class clipper ship Polynesia ... is now rapidly loading at Pier 23, E. R. ... Sutton & Co. ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Dispatch line for San Francisco. The splendid New-York built new clipper ship Flying Dutchman ... n/a n/a 1853-01-01
Dispatch liner for San Francisco The magnificent new clipper ship John Gilpin ... E.B. Sutton, 84 Wall St. ... Ship cards. Sutton, E. B 1853-01-01
Dissimulation illustrated. A sermon delivered at Brandon, Vermont, February 22, 1813, before the Washington Benevolent Society; it being the anniversary of Gen. Washington's birth-day. By Lemuel Haynes, A.M. Pastor of the church in West-Rutland. Washington's Birthday addresses -- 1814.; Sermons -- 1814. Haynes, Lemuel, 1753-1833 1814-01-01
Dissolution sale of the great clothing firm of Max Stadler & Co. Broadway cor. Grand St. Eighth Ave. cor. 40th St. New York. All records beaten. Don't hesitate. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dives and Lazarus; or, The sufficiency of Scripture for the purposes of salvation. Intended as a check to infidelity. A sermon, by George Burder, selected from the volume entitled "Village sermons." Sermons. Burder, George, 1752-1832 1803-01-01
Divine decrees an encouragement to the use of means. A sermon, delivered at Granville, (N.Y.) June 25th, A.D. 1805, before the Evangelical Society, Instituted for the Purpose of Aiding Pious and Needy Young Men in Acquiring Education for the Work of the Gospel Ministry. By Lemuel Haynes, A.M. Pastor of a church in Rutland, Vermont. Published by the request of the society. Sermons -- 1805.; Presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Haynes, Lemuel, 1753-1833 1805-01-01
Divine favors gratefully recollected in a discourse delivered at Chelmsford, (Massachusetts) Nov. 29, 1810, at the annual thanksgiving. By Wilkes Allen, A.M. minister of Chelmsford. [Four lines from Watts]. Published by subscription. Thanksgiving sermons -- 1810 Nov. 29.; Wrappers (Binding).; Subscription editions (Publishing).; Authors' presentation copies (Provenance). Allen, Wilkes, 1775-1845 1811-01-01
Divine help implored under the loss of godly and faithful men [microform] a funeral sermon preached at Bradford, October 31, soon after the death of the Rev. Thomas Symmes ... who died Oct. 6, 1725 by John Brown to which are added Memoirs of his life, ministry, &c., and Monitor for delaying sinners, a sermon, by Thomas Symmes. Funeral sermons -- 1725. Brown, John, 1696-1742 1816-01-01
Divorce of bank and state! To the Legislature of the state of New-York, in Senate and Assembly convened: The memorial of the undersigned, citizens of the said state, respectfully represents, that your memorialists believe the paper money system of our country and state is the most stupendous fraud ever fastened on a people ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Dixon's American graphite pencils ... Rafting cedar logs to the Dixon mill at Crystal River, Fla. ... Joseph Dixon Crucible Co. Jersey City, N.J. U.S.A. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Do nut [sic] tease baby elephant. The pants will go certain but the waist band never. Stark's Unique waist band. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Do you see the main object for which this card is published? ... Hood's sarsaparilla sold by all druggists. ... C.I. Hood & Co., apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. ... n/a n/a 1887-01-01
Do you use Hornby's steam cooked oats or wheat? Yes! Every day, we think we could live without them. ... Alex Hornby ... N.Y. ... Advertising cards. Hornby, Alex 1870-01-01
Doan I tole yah to put some ob Frank Miller's Oil on dot harness an dis wou'n'nt curd. Frank Miller's Harness Oil blacking for oiling harness, carriage tops, etc ... Frank Miller's Harness Soap is unrivaled for cleaning and beautifying harness, and for general use in the stable. ... Advertising cards. Miller, Frank 1870-01-01
Dodd shirt improved. Double side front. Established 1866. Francis Dodd, shirt maker, and mens' furnisher 280 West Madison Street, Chicago, Ill. L.R. Dodd, Traveling agent. ... Advertising cards. Dodd, Francis, b. ca. 1838 1866-01-01
Does "protection" protect? ... John Mundell & Co. ... Copyrighted 1884 ... n/a n/a 1884-01-01
Dominion Organ & Piano Co. Manufacturers of cabinet organs square & upright pianos. Bowmanville Ont. ... Josph Ruse 68 King St. West. Toronto. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Don Maria Solano y Llanderal ... Ha fallecido ... Manila 31 Agosto de 1860. El duelo se deside en palacio. n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Don't ask me to dance ... John Mundell & Co. ... Copyrighted 1886 ... n/a n/a 1886-01-01
Don't fail to get an exposition souvenir ... The exposition souvenir for 1885 consists of a series of beautiful views in the Exposition Building, elegantly lithographed in colors. ... Fred G. Hirsch ... Advertising cards. Hirsch, Fred G 1885-01-01
Don't forget to ask your dealer for H.E. Smith & Co.'s Nox 'em all shoes. n/a n/a 1893-01-01
Don't forget to ask your dealer for H.E. Smith & Co.'s Nox 'em all shoes. n/a n/a 1893-01-01
Donaldson Brothers, 60 Park Street, New York, Nov. 1882. The Cowperthwaits. Gentlemen: This little screen gives a very good representation of the larger screen ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Donation party. Your company is respectfully solicted at a donation party, for the benefit of the Rev. Daniel B. Lawton. At his residence, in Pekin, on Wednesday. February 11th ... Eli Playter, reciever. Pekin, February 6th, 1852. Invitations. Playter, Eli 1852-01-01
Donation visit. The attendance of [Miss Dana] is hereby respectfully solicited at a donation visit, at the Rev. P. Dyer's, on Friday, the 20th Jan., 1832, ... Managers. Mrs. Riley, T.J. Fields, G. Phillips, Mrs. Crane, Miss Noxon, Lathrop, Kasson, Rood, Mr. M.S. Marsh, W.H. Hickcox, J.H. Clark, J.E. Davis. n/a n/a 1832-01-01
Donation visit. The friends of Rev. Dr. Adams are invited to make him a donation visit, at the Globe Hotel, on Thursday, Feb.10, between the hours of 5 and 10 p.m. By order of committee. February 9, 1848. ... n/a n/a 1848-01-01
Donnelly's Olympic Theatre ... Engagement for a limited period of ... M'lle Schlager. Continued engagement of Amalia Zuccoli ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Doolittle House, Oswego, N.Y. S.H. Stacy, proprietor. The only house with passenger and baggage elevator, telegraph office, telephone and all modern improvements. The celebrated deep rock water, free to guests of the house. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dorchester, Oct. 26, 1850. Sir, the Free Soil Town Vigilance Committee, of which you are a member, will meet at Brook Cottage Hall, on Wednesday evening, 30th inst., ... By order of the chairman. n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Double concert! Ten $100 seing machines to be sold for only one dollar each! There will be a grand concert of vocal and instrumental music, at the Temple, Portsmouth, Tuesday evening, Jan. 18, 1859. ... n/a n/a 1859-01-01
Dougherty, Wild, Barney & Mac's Minstrels! ... Programme for this evening. [Friday Aug. 6. 1869] Scenes in the Freedmen's Bureau! ... Little Mac's Essence. A great scene from the coliseum entitled The peace jubilee! ... Here and there! ... Scenes in an intelligence office. ... The immense programme will conclude with the side-splitting pantomime of The village torment. ... n/a n/a 1869-01-01
Down with er! ... Clinching screw fastened ... H. Chapin & Son ... Boston, Mass. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Downing's Sagamore burnishing ink. Manufactured by J.E. Lang & Co. ... Lynn, Mass ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dozier-Weyl Cracker Co. St. Louis ... Sold by - - Derr & Moll, Creston, Iowa. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dr. & Mrs. Benjamin H. West invite your attendance at the marriage of their daughter Mary Minot, at Rev. Dr. Means' Church corner Washington & Centre Streets. Dorchester. Wednesday evening, February tenth, ... 1875. Invitations. West, Benjamin H 1875-01-01
Dr. & Mrs. H.T. Boutwell, at home, Wednesday in January, 1621 Washington Avenue, St. Louis. Dr. H.T. Bo utwell. Helen G. Willis. Invitations. Boutwell, H. T 1876-01-01
Dr. A. Brown, the ocultist. Spectacles fitted by him make old eyes young. They are the best in the world. Try them. For sale at his office. 185 Olive St., New Haven. ... Advertising cards. Brown, A 1870-01-01
Dr. August Koenig's Hamburg breast tea for coughs & colds. ... Dr. August Koenig's Hamburg plaster ... Advertising cards. Koenig, August 1870-01-01
Dr. August Koenig's Hamburg drops for the blood. ... The famous German blood purifier. ... Advertising cards. Koenig, August 1870-01-01
Dr. C. McLane's celebrated live pills and vermifuge. Prepared only by Fleming Bros. Pittsburgh, Pa. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dr. C.W. Gleason's restorative remedies, for the stomach, liver, lungs, kidneys and blood. ... Presented by Cyrus Brown, druggist, ... Milton, Pa. Advertising cards. Gleason, C. W 1870-01-01
Dr. D.B. Hand's remedies for children. Diarrhoea mixture. Colic cure. .... 1894. ... Hand Medicine Co., 305 Cherry Street, Philadelphia ... n/a n/a 1894-01-01
Dr. E.C. Bailey, dentist, N.E. Cor. State and Warren Sts., Trenton, N.J. Over Western Union Telegraph Office. Advertising cards. Bailey, E. C 1870-01-01
Dr. F.H. Kelley receives friends to meet Mr. & Mrs. S.D. Davenport, Wednesday eve., February 2d, ... 770 Main Street, Worcester. [1876] Invitations. Kelley, Frank H. (Frank Harrison), 1827-1890 1876-01-01
Dr. Geo. H. Swift, dentist, Manchester, Vermont. ... Taxidermist. ... Advertising cards. Swift, George H 1860-01-01
Dr. Hand's remedies for children. Colic cure. Pleasant physic. Worm elixir. Cough & croup medicine. Teething lotion. ... Something from General master-workman T.V. Powderly. ... Scranton, Pa. 1886. ... n/a n/a 1886-01-01
Dr. Hebra's viola cream, beautifies the complexion. ... G.C. Bittner & Co. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dr. Isaac Thompson's celebrated eye water. For all complaints of the eyes. Each bottle is stamped with my proprietary stamp. None other genuine. ... In constant use since 1795 ... John L. Thompson, prop'r, Troy, N.Y. Advertising cards. Thompson, John L 1870-01-01
Dr. Isaac Thompson's celebrated eye water. For all complaints of the eyes. Each bottle is stamped with my proprietary stamp. None other genuine. ... In constant use since 1795 ... John L. Thompson, prop'r, Troy, N.Y. Advertising cards. Thompson, John L 1870-01-01
Dr. Isaac Thompson's celebrated eye water. For all complaints of the eyes. Each bottle is stamped with my proprietary stamp. None other genuine. ... In constant use since 1795 ... John L. Thompson, prop'r, Troy, N.Y. Advertising cards. Thompson, John L 1870-01-01
Dr. Isaac Thompson's celebrated eye water. For all complaints of the eyes. Each bottle is stamped with my proprietary stamp. None other genuine. ... In constant use since 1795 ... John L. Thompson, prop'r, Troy, N.Y. Advertising cards. Thompson, John L 1870-01-01
Dr. Isaac Thompson's celebrated eye water. For all complaints of the eyes. Each bottle is stamped with my proprietary stamp. None other genuine. ... In constant use since 1795 ... John L. Thompson, prop'r, Troy, N.Y. Advertising cards. Thompson, John L 1870-01-01
Dr. Isaac Thompson's celebrated eye water. For all complaints of the eyes. Each bottle is stamped with my proprietary stamp. None other genuine. ... John L. Thompson, prop'r, Troy, N.Y. Advertising cards. Thompson, John L 1870-01-01
Dr. Isaac Thompson's celebrated eye water. For all complaints of the eyes. Each bottle is stamped with my proprietary stamp. None other genuine. ... [illegible] L. Thompson, proprietor, Troy, N.Y. Advertising cards. Thompson, John L 1870-01-01
Dr. Jones' taraxacum tonic. A sure cure for dyspepsia, indigestion or any weakness caused by disease ... Prepared only by the proprietor, Asa Jones, wholesale druggist, 319 N. Third Street, Philadelphia. Advertising cards. Jones, Asa 1870-01-01
Dr. L.B. Putnam, druggist, Broadway opposite Washington St., Saratoga Springs. Advertising cards. Putnam, L. B 1845-01-01
Dr. Morse's Indian root pills ... W.H. Comstock, sole proprietor, Morristown, N.Y. ... Advertising cards. Comstock, W. H 1870-01-01
Dr. Strong's TP Corset. A great discovery. Interesting to weavers of corsets. ... Brown, Durrell & Co., Boston. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dr. Thomas Eclectic Oil ... worth its weight in gold. ... Foster, Milburn & Co. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dr. Thomas Eclectric Oil is used all around the world. ... for internal and external use. For sale by all druggists. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dr. Thomas' Eclectric [sic] oil. ... What it has done. What it will do. It will positively cure toothache ... earache ... backache ... Advertising cards. Thomas, Dr 1870-01-01
Dr. Tomlinson, dentist, 406 Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Opp. W.B. Hall & Co's, dry goods store. Advertising cards. Tomlinson, Dr 1870-01-01
Dr. W.E. Rice, surgeon chiropodist, from 212 Broadway, New York ... Advertising cards. Rice, W. E 1850-01-01
Dr. Warner's Coraline Corset. ... 372 Broadway, N.Y. ... For sale by A. Wurtenberg, Glen Falls, N.Y. n/a n/a 1880-01-01
Dr. Warner's Coraline Corset. Warner Brothers Coraline Corsets. ... 353 Broadway, N.Y. ... for sale by Fearing & Everett, Northampton, Mass. n/a n/a 1880-01-01
Dr. Warner's coraline corset. ... 372 Broadway, N.Y. ... For sale by M.H. Dickerson, Dover, N.J. n/a n/a 1880-01-01
Dr. White's celebrated cough drops. Pleasant to the taste and warranted to give immediate relief. ... Advertising cards. White, Dr 1870-01-01
Dr. Wilson's serpentine spring auxiliators ... abdominal supporters and shoulder-braces. ... no. 215 Washington St. opposite Franklin St., Boston, Mass. Advertising cards. Wilson, Dr 1850-01-01
Dramatic and miscellaneous readings by Mrs. Webb The black Siddons. On Thursday evening, June 14th, 1855 ... n/a n/a 1855-01-01
Dramatic and musical exhibition by the children of St. Mary's Sunday-School, Cambridgeport, on Monday evening, March 18, 1872, assisted by the Lyceum Brass Band, who have kindly tendered their services. n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Dramatic entertainment ... Money! At Town Hall, Claremont, Monday eve., Feb. 28. ... Distribution of characters. ... Synopsis of the play. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dramatic entertainment ... at the town hall in Ashby, on Wednesday & Thursday even'gs, February 23d & 24th, 1870. To commence with the domestic drama Down by the sea ... To close with the laughable farce, The Limerick boy. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dramatic entertainment! In the 2d Congregational Church, Millbury, Thursday evening, April 23, 1874, when will be presented ... The honey moon ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Dramatic entertainment! The young ladies and gentlemen of Dexter have the pleasure to announce that they will give a dramatic entertainment, at the town hall, Dexter, on Saturday evening, Sept. 11th, 1858. On which occasion they will present the following plays: "The drunkard." A moral domestic drama ... "The two buzzards." A farce ... The plays will be interspersed with music, on the violin, violincello, and cornet. ... n/a n/a 1858-01-01
Dramatic exhibition. The Holden Dramatic Club will give their second exhibition at the Town Hall, Holden, on Friday evening, April 10, 1857. Music by Chaffin's Cornet Band ... n/a n/a 1857-01-01
Dramatic museum! At Hotchkiss Hall. Fifth night of Miss C. Cappell ... First night of the side-splitting farce of The country cousins! Mr. A. Glassford in his inimitable personation of cousin Joe! Mr W.H. Meeker as Genarro and Sir William. ... Friday evening, April 6, will be presented the historical drama ... Lucretia Borgia! Or, The poisoner. ... To conclude with the laughable farce of The country cousins. ... n/a n/a 1860-01-01
Drawings & paintings, plain and ornamental penmanship, maps, diagrams, patent office drawings, &c., accurately and cheaply executed, by John Collins, Burlington, N.J. ... Advertising cards. Collins, John, 1814-1902 1870-01-01
Dreadful fire at Portsmouth! and many sudden deaths. A new hymn, and a new sermon, concerning a number of things, viz, a great, and dreadful fire at Portsmouth (N.H.) that began to consume houses on the evening of the 22d of December, 1813. ... On the deaths of about 200 American and British soldiers, marines and sailors, and about 544 Creek Indians, killed lately in various battles. ... Written by Jonathan Plummer. Broadsides.; Hymns.; Sermons -- 1813.; Relief prints. Plummer, Jonathan, 1761-1819 1813-01-01
Dreka fine stationery and engraving house. ... 1121 Chestnut St. Philadelphia ... Advertising cards. Dreka, Louis 1870-01-01
Dreka stationery and engraving house 1121 Chestnut St. Philadelphia. ... Visiting cards monograms ... Steel plate engraving plate printing ... Card cases menus. Advertising cards. Dreka, Louis 1870-01-01
Dress you children in the latest style. ... Sollers & Co. ... Philadelphia ... n/a n/a 1876-01-01
Dressing for the ball a romance of Cooley's Globe Corset. "These stays are horrid!" said Miss Smith while dressing for the ball ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Drink Vigoral. A foe to fatigue. Prepared by Armour & Co. Chicago ... For strength. Nourishment and refreshment. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Drink champagne ginger. ... Manufactured by G.D. Dows & Co., Boston. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Drink thea-nectar (pure Chinese tea) ... The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. Importers, New York. n/a n/a 1888-01-01
Dritte Jahres-Feier der Deutschen Literarischen Gesellschaft der Keystone Staats Normal-Schule, Kutztown, Berks County, Pa. Am Donnerstag Abend, den 7. October 1875. n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Drugs and chemicals. J.H. Hubachek. Prescriptions. 208 E. Main St. Rochester, N.Y. Open day and night. ... Advertising cards. Hubachek, J. H 1870-01-01
Duffy's malt whiskey is the purest I have ever analyzed. If you have not tried! Why not? Druggists and grocers keep it. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dunbarr's children's fine shoes ... Established 1845. ... Corner Ursulines and Dauphine Sts., New Orleans, La. Advertising cards. Dunbarr, Samuel 1864-01-01
Dunham's Concentrated Cocoanut ... Manufactured only Dunham Maufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dunham's cocoanut[.] The best in the world ...... Dunham M'f'g Co. 9 & 11 Locust ST., St. Louis. 105 Reade St. New York ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dunham's concentrated cocoanut ... Dunham Manufacturing Co., 9 & 11 Locust Street, St. Louis 105 Reade Street, New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dunham's original shred cocoanut ...220 36th Strreet, Brooklyn, New York ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dunn's Victor water-proof polish. ... "The Victor" (Trade mark.) Five things worth remembering. ... For boots, shoes, and buggy tops there can be nothing better than the "Victor." ... John S. Foote, sole proprietor and manufacturer, lock box 336, - - New Haven, Conn. ... Advertising cards. Foote, John S 1870-01-01
Duprez & Benedict's Minstrels ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Duprez & Benedict's Minstrels! ... n/a n/a 1874-01-01
Duprez & Benedict's Minstrels! ... The first part concert to conclude with our new original finale ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Duprez & Benedict's minstrels ... The evening's entertainment to conclude with the afterpiece ... n/a n/a 1865-01-01
Duprez & Benedict's minstrels. ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Duprez & Benedict's minstrels. ... The evening's entertaiment to conclude with the sensation afterpiece ... n/a n/a 1872-01-01
Durable, comfortable, but expensive ... Union Fastening Co. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Duryeas' Glen Cove manufactory, Glen Cove New York, U.S.A. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Duryeas' Glen Cove starch works. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Duryeas' improved corn starch. A valuable book of cooking recipes mailed free on application to 29 & 31 Park Place New York ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dutcher's Lightning fly-killer! Certain death. Useful everywhere. Annihilation of the buzzing tormentors! No more diving at your nose, and ears, and eyes. Use it freely, and be at peace. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dwight L. Moody. Ira D. Sankey. I sell my goods 10 per cent. less than they can be bought in the United States. Give me a call, and I guarantee to prove this. The Philadelphia One-Price Branch Clothing House, 22 Commerce St., Bridgeton, N.J. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dwight's Cow brand soda. The celebrated "Cow brand" soda unequaled for purity and strength. Ask your grocer for it, and do not be put off with inferior brands that pay more profit to the retailer. See that he gets it for you it was make you delicious biscuits, bread, etc., and is absolutely pure. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dwight's cow brand soda. ... Dwight's saleratus ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dwight's super-carb soda ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dwight's super-carb soda ... John Dwight & Co. New York ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dwight's super-carb soda[.] First cheapest best John Dwight & Co. New York ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dyer's witch hazel. Dyer's compound witch-hazel pills. ... B.W. Dyer, sole proprietor, 460 Fourth Avenue New York City. Registered Jan. 1, 1878. Advertising cards. Dyer, B. W 1878-01-01
Dyer, Rice & Co. hats, straw goods, Japanese robes, ladies furs. 36, 38 & 40 Chauncy St. Boston. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Dyer, Taylor & Co., hats, straw goods, Buffalo & Japanese robes, ladies furs. 36, 38 & 40 Chauncy St. Boston. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
E. & H.T. Anthony & Co., manufacturers & importers of chromos, stereoscopes, views, photographic materials, albums, frames &c. ... 591 Broadway. New York. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
E. & S.S. Rockell have a general assortment of jewelry watches silver plate &c. Manufactory no. 192 Broadway New York. n/a n/a 1800-01-01
E. & T. Fairbanks & Co. scale manufacturers, St. Johnbury, Vt. n/a n/a 1854-01-01
E. & T. Fairbanks & Co.'s scale manufactory. St. Johnsbury, Vt. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
E. C. Bushnell, dealer in piano-fortes, melodeons, violins, guitars, &c. ... rooms in Buttrick's block, Sterling, Mass. Advertising cards. Bushnell, E. C 1870-01-01
E. Howard & Co. watch & clock manufacturers, Boston. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
E. Larkin, jun. Bookseller & stationer ... no. 50 Cornhill, Boston. Advertising cards. Larkin, Ebenezer, 1769?-1813 1800-01-01
E. McWhood's book-binding establishment, no. 142 Fulton Street ... established 1845. ... New York, 1854. ... Advertising cards. McWhood, E 1854-01-01
E. Parker's medical bookstore 178 Market St. Philadel.a ... [1824] Advertising cards. Parker, E 1824-01-01
E. Parmlee, M.D., homeopathic physician residence, Prentice Place, Main Street, Canton, N.Y. ... Advertising cards. Parmelee, E 1835-01-01
E. Schuster's barber shop Ouray, Colorado. ... The leading barber shop in Ouray. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. ... Advertising cards. Schuster, Ernst 1870-01-01
E.C. Middleton, dealer in books steel engravings & stationery and copper plate printer. ... Cincinnati. Advertising cards. Middleton, Elijah C 1850-01-01
E.E. Dickinson & Co. Distillers of witch-hazel. Essex, Conn. U.S.A. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
E.H. Evans, druggist & apothecary, books, stationery & cutlery. Proprieter sure cure, glove liniment, and dyspepsia cure. Fairfield, Maine. Advertising cards. Evans, E. A 1870-01-01
E.H. Flagg's premium magic copying press, or impression paper, for taking the impression of leaves or flowers, writing without pen or ink ... Advertising cards. Flagg, E. H 1840-01-01
E.H. Scofield, manufacturer of palmetto ats, etc. and dealer in the running household ... sewing machines ... Jacksonville, Florida. Advertising cards. Scofield, E. H 1870-01-01
E.H.S.A. First annual literary reunion, of the class of 1863. At Mercantile Hall, Summer St. Thursday evening, May 5th, 1864. ... Committee. Wm. F. Gill ... Invitations. Gill, William Fearing, 1844-1917 1864-01-01
E.J. Coale & Co. Booksellers & stationers no. 4 Calvert Street Baltimore. Agents for all the periodicals of America and Europe. Importers of foreign books. n/a n/a 1824-01-01
E.L. Freeman. Lithographer and fancy printer. Union Block, Central Falls, R.I. Advertising cards. Freeman, Edward Livingston, b. 1835 1860-01-01
E.N. Alling artistic printing 818 Chapel Street novelties New Haven Conn. Advertising cards. Alling, E. N 1870-01-01
E.N. Alling artistic printing 818 Chapel Street novelties New Haven Conn. Advertising cards. Alling, E. N 1870-01-01
E.N. Alling artistic printing 818 novelties Chapel Street New Haven Conn. Advertising cards. Alling, E. N 1870-01-01
E.N. Alling superior printing 818 Chapel Street latest styles New Haven Conn. Advertising cards. Alling, E. N 1870-01-01
E.P. Carpenter, manufacturer of organs and organ actions. No. 9 May Street, Worcester, Mass. Organ actions a specialty. ... Advertising cards. Carpenter, E. P 1870-01-01
E.P. Dutton & Co. New illustrated books for children. Every bookseller should have copies of the entirely new editions from this season ... n/a n/a 1883-01-01
E.R. Smith, boots & shoes, 789 Chapel St. Advertising cards. Smith, E. R 1870-01-01
E.T. Dudley, dealer in millinery and straw goods, embroiders, laces, veils, gloves ... Advertising cards. Dudley, E. T 1860-01-01
E.V. White & Co. standard flouring mill Minneapolis, Minn. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
E.W. Tyler, agent, 506 Washington & 3 Bedford Sts., Boston, Mass. ... Advertising cards. Tyler, E. W 1870-01-01
ELC. Brand Levering's roasted coffee[.] Don't forget Levering's coffee is pure unglazed uncolored ask your grocer for it. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Eagle Bookstore ... Concord, N.H. ... books stationery, fancy goods, music ... n/a n/a 1864-01-01
Eagle Pencil Co's round & hexagon gold 2 12 pencils, unrivaled for free hand drawing, school or general use ... Pat. Nov. 13. 77. ... For sale by Ernest Besser & Brother, 510 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y. n/a n/a 1877-01-01
Eagle Pencil Co's round & hexagon gold 2 12 pencils, unrivaled for free hand drawing, school or general use ... Pat. Nov. 13. 77. ... Joseph H. Zahn, Jr. dealer ... Poughkeepsie, N.Y. n/a n/a 1877-01-01
Eagle Pencils warranted of a super extra quality manufactured of pure lead by steam power ... n/a n/a 1850-01-01
Eagle Tavern, Albany. H. Bamman ... June 1, 1821. n/a n/a 1821-01-01
Eagle Woolen Mills. Manufacturers of unions, satinetts, flannels and cottonades, Hubbardston, Mass. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Eagle colored slate crayons. ... Eagle Pencil Co's ... 73 Franklin St., N.Y. ... Hale's Notion Store, 246 Main Street, Springfield, Mass. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Earle's Hotel. Cor. Canal and Centre Sts. New York. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Early piety [microform] a discourse addressed to youth, soon after the funeral of Mrs. Sally M'Colester, late consort of Mr. Richard M'Colester, who died May 16, 1807, in the 19th year of her age by Moses Dow. Funeral sermons -- 1807. Dow, Moses, 1771-1837 1807-01-01
Early piety, or, Memoirs of children eminently serious. Interspersed with familiar dialogues, emblematical pictures, and hymns, upon various occasions. [One line from Proverbs] Juvenile literature -- 1817.; Biographies.; Hymns.; Poems -- 1817.; Wrappers (Binding).; Decorated papers (Binding).; Relief prints.; Ink stamps (Provenance).; Presentation inscriptions (Provenance). Burder, George, 1752-1832 1817-01-01
Early piety; or Memoirs of children eminently serious. Interspersed with familiar dialogues, prayers, graces, and hymns. By G. Burder. [Three lines from Matthew] Juvenile literature -- 1806.; Biographies.; Hymns.; Poems -- 1806.; Prayers.; Relief prints.; Wrappers (Binding).; Marbled papers (Binding).; Bookplates (Provenance). Burder, George, 1752-1832 1806-01-01
Easter, 1873. St. Stephen's Sunday School. ... n/a n/a 1873-01-01
Easter-tide. The St. Ceilia Club of All Saints Parish, will give their second musical entertainment! For the benefit of Plymouth Chapel ... April 1, 1875 ... Programme ... n/a n/a 1875-01-01
Eastern Yacht Club. Boston, February 4, 1871. Sir: The first general meeting of the club for the year will be held at the Parker House, on Tuesday, February 14, ... John Jeffries,Jr. Secretary. ... Report of committee on alteration of rule IX. of sailing regulations. ... Treasurer's Report. Choice of Officers. Invitations. Jeffries, John, 1796-1876 1871-01-01
Ebenezer Larkin at his book & stationary store, no. 47 Cornhill Boston. ... Advertising cards. Larkin, Ebenezer, 1769?-1813 1789-01-01
Eccentric biography; or, Memoirs of remarkable female characters, ancient and modern. Including, actresses, adventurers, authoresses, fortunetellers, gipsies, dwarfs, swindlers and vagrants. Also many others who have distinguished themselves by their chastity, dissipation, intrepidity, learning, abstinence, credulity, &c. &c. Alphabetically arranged. Forming a pleasing mirror of reflection to the female mind. n/a n/a 1804-01-01
Eclipse ... Dr. Sanford's cholera and diarrhoea mixture ... Prepared by Gilbery Bros. & Co., sole proprietors, Baltimore, MD. n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Economy Printing Co. Steam printers, Newburyport, Mass. ... Four reasons why we do printing at such low rates ... n/a n/a 1880-01-01
Ecrivains louisianais. Alfred Mercier. Broadsides.; Biographies. X 1870-01-01
Ed. F. Eisely, with Harrisburg telegraph. Book, job printing and binding establishment, Harrisburg, Penna. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Editorial rooms New York herald ... [Aug 1] 1856 ... n/a n/a 1863-01-01
Education, Wyman Commercial College imparts instruction in those things which must be understood by everyone who would thrive in business. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Edward Blake, Jun. at shop, no. 70, Cornhill, has just opened a fresh assortment of English and India goods, which he determined to sell on the lowest terms. Advertising cards. Blake, Edward 1792-01-01
Edward Kakas, manufacturer of furs, wholesale and retail, 404 Washington Street, Boston. Advertising cards. Kakas, Edward 1877-01-01
Edward Kewin, dealer in confectionery fruits, nuts, &c. Oysters in every style. Ice Cream furnished by the gallon. No. 93 Main Street, Rochester, N. Y. ... Advertising cards. Kewin, Edward 1850-01-01
Edward S. Graham, president. Joseph H. Bohon, secretary & manager. The Casa Loma Hotel--Redlands, California. One hour and a half is ample time for your drive. Instruct your driver to return you to Casa Loma hotel not later than 12:30 p.m. for lunch, and we will send you to the 1 o'clock train in our own bus, free of charge ... n/a n/a 1896-01-01
Edward Watson importer & manufacturer of rich jewelry & silverware corner of Washington & Milk Sts. Boston. Advertising cards. Watson, Edward 1840-01-01
Edwin Booth this evening as Shylock and Petruchio. The performance will commence with Shakespeare's celebrated play in four acts ... entitled Merchant of Venice ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Edwin C. Burt & Co. ... Compliments of of Eben J. Beane, Westminster & Union Sts., Providence. ... n/a n/a 1870-01-01
Edwin C. Burt & Co. ... D.C. Middleton & Co 70 Washington Hall, Watertown, N.Y. ... Burt's calendar for 1883. ... n/a n/a 1882-01-01
Edwin C. Burt & Co. ... D.C. Middleton & Co. 70 Wshington Hall, Watertown, N.Y. ... Burt's calendar for 1883. ... n/a n/a 1882-01-01
Edwin C. Burt & Co. ... Presented by "Red Star Shoe Emporium," cor. Canal and Exchange Place. ... New Orleans. ... n/a n/a 1878-01-01
Edwin C. Burt & Co. ... Presented by Case & Daniels ... 347 Main Street, Hartford, Conn. n/a n/a 1885-01-01
Edwin C. Burt & Co. ... Presented by D.C. Middleton & Co., Watertown, N.Y. ... 70 Washington Hall Block. ... n/a n/a 1878-01-01
Edwin C. Burt & Co. ... Presented by Gowdy & Remington, Springfield. ... no. 428 Main Street ... n/a n/a 1878-01-01
Edwin C. Burt fine shoes ... George L. Allen, 385 Main Street ... Worcester, Mass. ... Advertising cards. Burt, Edwin C 1879-01-01
Edwin C. Burt fine shoes. ... Advertising cards. Burt, Edwin C 1879-01-01
Edwin C. Burt fine shoes. ... Advertising cards. Burt, Edwin C 1879-01-01
Edwin C. Burt fine shoes. ... Advertising cards. Burt, Edwin C 1880-01-01
Edwin C. Burt fine shoes. ... Advertising cards. Burt, Edwin C 1880-01-01
Edwin C. Burt fine shoes. ... 27 Pack Row ... New York ... [New York. Feb. 1st 1868] Advertising cards. Burt, Edwin C 1868-01-01
Edwin C. Burt fine shoes. ... A. Alexander, Sixth Ave. and 23d St. ... Advertising cards. Burt, Edwin C 1879-01-01
Edwin C. Burt fine shoes. ... E.D. Burt & Co. 287 Fulton St. ... Brooklyn. ... Advertising cards. Burt, Edwin C 1880-01-01
Edwin C. Burt fine shoes. ... F.N. Ray, no. 2 Davenport Block, Main St. ... Advertising cards. Burt, Edwin C 1878-01-01