An Act supplementary to the “Act for the relief of certain surviving officers and soldiers of the revolution.” Accompanied by envelope from James Buchanan to Col. R. R Heitler, Ephrata, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Washington, D.C.
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Acts passed at the first [-third] session of the fifth Congress of the United States of America : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday the fifteenth of May, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven : and of the independence of the United States, the twenty-first : published by authority
Signature: To Judge Yeates from his obet., James Milner [partially clipped]
Book number 461 as assigned by Yeates.
Bound with Proposals, by Farrand and Nichholas for publishing by subscription ...The American Review of history and politics. Place not identified: publisher not identified, 1810 -- Proposals for publishing by subscription, a translation from the French, of. LeSages's historical genealogial chronological and geographical atlas. Philadelphia: Jane Aiken, 1819 -- A description of the chain bridge; invented by Judge Finley, of Fayette County Pennsylvania...Uniontown, Pa: William Campbell, 1811 -- The pioneeer, vol. I, no. IV, May 5, 1812 -- The Port folio (new series) by Oliver Oldschool, Esq. Philadelphia, Saturday, March 12, 1808 -- Annual discourse, delivered before the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts on the 13th of November 1810 by Joseph Hopkinson. Philadelphia: published by Bradford and Inskeep; Inseeep and Bradford, New York: and William M'Ilhenry, Boston, Sweeny & M'Kenzie, printers, 1810 -- Reply to Mr. Burke's invective against Mr. Cooper, and Mr. Watt, in the House of Commons on the30th of April, 1792, by Thomas Cooper. London: printed for J. Johnson, in St. Paul's Church Yard; and M Falkner and Co., Manchester, M,DCC,XCII (1792) -- Narrative of the proceedings against Thomas Cooiper, exquire, president judge of the eighth judiciary district of Pennsylvania, on a charge of official misconduct. Lancaster: printed by William Hamilton, 1811; -- [Narrative on the title of West Florida]. Place not identified:published not identified. date not identified -- Observations on the conduct of our executive towards Spain. Place not identified:published not identified. date not identified -- Letters, addressed to the people of Pennsylvania respecting the internal improvement, of the commonwealth; by means of roads and canals by William J. Duane. Philadelphia: printed by Jane Aiken, No 71, North Third Street, 18ll --An address of the members of theHouse of Representatives, of the Congress of the United States, to their consitutents, on the subject of the war with Great Britain. Philadelphia: printed at the office of the United States' Gazette, date not identified; Documents and facts, relative to military events, during the late war by Jno. P. Boyd. Place not identified:published not identified. date not identified-- Darstellung des in Baltimore am 27 und 28sten Julii, 1812, gemachten Angriffs auf die presfreyheit, und das leben der Bertheidiger defelben. Philadelphia: gedruct bey Conrad Zentler, in der Zwenten Stresse, unterhalb der Regs Strasse, 1812 -- Plan of an improved system of the money-concerns of the Union by Erick Bollman, M.D. Philadelphia: printed for the auther. Wiliam Fry, printer, Walnut, near Fifth Street, 1816; Articles of the Farmer's Bank of Lancaster. Place not idenifiied: Printed by Hugh Hamilton, date not identified.
Biographical directory of the United States Congress, 1774-1989 : the Continental Congress, September 5, 1774, to October 21, 1788, and the Congress of the United States, from the First through the One Hundredth Congresses, March 4, 1789, to January 3, 1989, inclusive
Instructions to the envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary from the United States of America, to the French Republic, their letters of credence and full powers, and the dispatches received from them relative to their mission
The envoys were Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, John Marshall and Elbridge Gerry.
Signed: Timothy Pickering, secretary of state. Department of State, Philadelphia, July 15, 1797.
Printer's monogram device on title page.
Includes the president's message of April 3, 1798, transmitting the documents to Congress.
Jasper Yeates's Colonial Law Library.
Yeates signature at top of title page.
Book number 460 as assigned by Yeates.
Bound with Features of Mr. Jay's treaty. to which is annexed a view of the commerce of the United States, as it stands at present, and as it is fixed by Mr. Jay's treaty. Philadelphia: printed by Land & Ustick, for Mathew Carey, 1795. -- Report of the Commmittee of the House of Representatives of the United States appointed to prepare and report articles of impeachment against William Blount, a Senator of the United States.... Printed by John Fenno, Place and date not specified -- Message from the President of the United States, accompanying sundry papers relative to the affairs of the United States with the French Republic. 18 January,1799, published by order of the House of Representatives -- Message from the President of the United States, accompanying a report of the Secretary of State....Philadelphia: Printed by John Ward Fenno. 1700.--.Report of the Committee, to whom was referred, so much of the President's speech, as relates to a revision and amended of the judiciary system.1 May 1800, published by order of the House of Representatives.-- A narrative of the suppression by Col. Burr, of the history of the administration of John Adams, late President of the United States, written by John Wood....New York: printed by Denniston and Cheetham, 1802.
of the / House / of / representatives / of the / United States / at the / second session / of the / Second Congress. / Anno M, DCC, XCII, and of the independence of the United States / the seventeenth.