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Broadside collection

Broadside collection

Descriptive Summary

Title: Broadside collection
Creator: Hargrett Library
Inclusive Dates: 1738-1989
Language: English
Extent: 2078 item(s)
Collection Number: ms4299
Repository: Hargrett Library

Collection Description

Scope and Content

This collection consists of broadsides and other ephemera that were purchased or pulled from Hargrett collections. Topics include advertisements, acts and laws, theater, publishing, railroads, and economics.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Broadside collection, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Advertising
Announcements
Broadsides (notices)
Legislative acts.
Printed ephemera.
Theater.

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
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BRO171xS6La sphere automatique, travaillée par Thrasius par les soins de Mr. Adrien Vroesen & suivant les calculs de Nicolas Stampioen ...courte description de la sphere armillaire de Copernic
Sphaera Armillaris Copernicana [Leiden Sphere or Sphaera Incomparabilis] planetarium; issued in Latin and Dutch
 
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BRO1738B9undersizedFor the Benefit of Mr. Pusey. At the Kingston Theatre in Harbour-Street, by the Jamaica Company of Comedians...A Tragedy Called The Mourning Bride...The Devil to Pay, 1738
Publisher: Kingston, Weatherby, Allen, and McCann; Theater
 
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BRO177xS7undersizedStewart and Jones on Murray's wharf, have for sale, London ground white lead, yellow oaker, Spanish brown..., circa 1793
Publisher: New York, Hugh Haine at the Bible, in Hanover-Square; Advertisement
 
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BRO1778W5undersizedWill of Mary Washington as Registered in the Clerk's Office at Frederickburg, Virginia [modern transcript], undated
Publisher: n. p.; 33 x 22 cm
 
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BRO1782O6undersizedOrdinance ascertaining what captures on water shall be lawful...Done by the United States in Congress assembled...John Hanson, President, 1782
Published by Philadelphia : Printed by David C. Claypoole; Capture at sea; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1783B9By the United States in Congress assembled. A proclamation : Whereas in pursuance of a plenipotentiary commission ... a treaty of amity and commerce between ... the States General of the United Netherlands and the United States of America was, on the eighth day of October, one thousand seven and eighty two, concluded, 1783
 
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BRO1783G28undersizedThe Gazette Extraordinary of the States of Georgia. Savannah, April 12. Yesterday arrived here, a brigantine, under a flag of truce...We are happy to present our readers with a copy of the Real Authenticated Articles for treating of Peace, 1783
Published: Savannah; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1783G3undersizedThe Gazette of the State of Georgia Extraordinary. Savannah, March 17. A sloop which arrived on Saturday evening from the Danish Island of St. Thomas...His Majesty's most gracious speech to Parliament, on Thursday December 5th 1782, 1783
Published: Savannah; James Johnston; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1783S7State of Georgia. Savannah, 11th October, 1783 : Notice is hereby given by the Commissioners of Confiscated Estates, that, agreeable to an act passed at Augusta on the 29th day of July, 1783, for releasing certain persons from their bargains, and again selling and disposing of the same premises, the sales of confiscated estates, both real and personal, will commence as follows, viz. In the county of Chatham...In the County of Liberty, 1783
 
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BRO1785B9 By the United States in Congress assembled. February 23, 1785. Resolved, the the quartermster-general, commissary of purchases, commissary of issues, commissary of forage, and all the late heads of departments or their successors or agents, be required without delay, to forward to the Board of Treasury or to the comptroller, a list of their respective deputies who have been duly authorised to issue certificates, 1785
United States. Continental Congress. New York : s.n. 1785; public debts
 
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BRO1785C6Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-five. : An act for the regulation of navigation and commerce, 1785
[Boston : Printed by Adams and Nourse, 1785]
 
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BRO1785S5A specimen of printing types / by Joseph Fry and Sons, letter-founders, Worship-Street, Moorfields, London, 1785
Printed in four columns on both sides of the sheet. Includes a sampling of ornaments, including royal arms, sailing vessels, and border ornaments. Includes Arabic, Persian, Greek, Hebrew, and Samaritan types. London : Joseph Fry and Sons
 
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BRO1786A2undersizedAn act for incorporating the Unity Society in Savannah ... By order of the house, William Gibbons, speaker, 1786 August 14
Publisher: Augusta
 
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BRO1786W4undersizedWhereas it appears to be necessary for promoting the revenue of the states, and encouraging commerce of the same, that the sale of goods at public venue should be subject to better regulations than hereto fore... By order of the house William Gibbons, Speaker, 1786 August 15
Publisher: Augusta; commerce regulation
 
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BRO1789D4Description of a slave-ship, 1789
London : Printed by J. Phillips; the following figures exhibit a slave-ship, and the manner of stowing the slaves, accurately drawn by Captain Parry of the Navy...
 
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BRO1789J6undersizedJohn Turner, Junr. has for sale at his store, No. 79 William Street [New York] a general assortment of merchandise, which he is determined to sell low for cash, 1789
Publisher: New York; advertisement; Receipt on verso for white silk hose; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1789R6undersizedA robbery. Thirty guineas reward. On Sunday night the 8th inst. was taken out of the store of Edward McFarlin, the following articles, viz. [buckles, watch chains, spurs] ...Jeremiah Andrews, 1789 February 10
Publisher: Augusta, John E. Smith printer; 27 x 21 cm; Forms part of Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1789T6undersizedTo the Independent Electors of the State of Georgia by Job Sumner offering himself a candidate as representative in the federal legislature for the Middle District, 1789
Publisher: Augusta; 31 x 19 cm; Election, U.S. congress
 
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BRO178xF6For the benefit of the poor in spirit. By command of the Supreme Governor of the world, at the desire of all who "love his appearance." At the Theatre of the Universe, on the evening of Time, will be performed, The great assize: or, Day of judgment. ... Tickets not transferable, and no money will be taken at the door, and all who are admitted into the galleries must be sprinkled with the Blood of Christ, and sealed with Immanuel's signet, circa 1784
Publisher: To be sold by William Woodhouse in Front-street, near the Coffee-house, Philadelphia: also, Priestly's trial, and The riddle of riddles unriddled; Tickets not transferable, and no money will be taken at the door, and all who are admitted into the galleries must be sprinkled with the Blood of Christ, and sealed with Immanuel's signet; Judgement Day; Forms part of Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1790S6The Sorrows of Yamba or the Negro woman's lamentation. To the tune of Hosier's ghost, circa 1795
[London] : Sold by J. Marshall, (printer to the Cheap Repository for religious and moral tracts) No. 17, Queen-Street, Cheap-side, and No. 4, Aldermary Church-yard, and R. White, Picadilly, London. By S. Hazard, printer to the Cheap Repository, at Bath ; And by all booksellers, newsmen, and hawkers in and town country; "Great Allowance will be made to Shopkeepers and Hawkers. Price an Halfpenny, or 2s. 3d. per 100, 1s. 3d. for 50, 9d. for 25."
 
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BRO1792R4undersizedRepertorium, no. 14, Edward-Street, Portman Square, Address to the public. It is surely much to be lamented, that in the daily advancement of almost every art and science to perfection, that of Physic, so essential to the happiness and well-being of society [Medical Repertorium], 1792
Publisher: n.p.; Forms part of Keith Read collection; drug regulation
 
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BRO1793V5undersizedVirginia. In the House of delegates, Thursday, 28th November, 1793. Resolved that a state cannot, under the constitution of the United States, be made a defendant at the suit of any individual or individuals, and that the decision of the Supreme, 1793
Publisher: Richmond; Law, Virginia; Forms part of Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1794B6undersizedAn Indian cacique of the island of Cuba, addressing Columbus concerning a future state, 1794
Publisher: I. Stockdale, Piccadilly; B. West, delint. ; F. Bartolozzi, sculpr.
 
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BRO1794R8undersizedRule as to the sailing of vessels of war of the belligerent nations from the United States ... Geo. Taylor, jun. Ch Clk. in the Department of State, 1794
Publisher: Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine; Forms part of Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1795F3undersizedThe Favour of your approbation is most respectfully solicited in support of a plan, calculated, I flatter myself, in a very eminent degree, for the benefit of those who reside at the west end of town, 1795
Publisher: n.p.; Forms part of Keith Read collection; Repertorium
 
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BRO1795I5Information for Immigrants to the New-England States. since the commencement of the present unhappy war among the European nations, great number of people have taken refuge in the United States, 1795
Twenty-three numbered questions with answers, in three columns; signed and dated: Published by order of the Immigrant Society in Boston. Thomas Russell, president. Jedidiah Morse, corresponding secretary. Boston, October 27, 1795
 
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BRO1795L5undersizedLisbon and Oporto Fleets having arrived, I take the liberty of informing you that I have by the said fleets sundry cargoes of wine, as follows...John Warren, 1795 August 11
Publisher: London?; Forms part of Keith Read Collection; invoice
 
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BRO1796G4George Washington's Address to the citizens of the United States on his resignation, United States, September 17th, 1796
Publisher: n.p. : J. Peters, printer; printed on silk in three columns, date of print unknown
 
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BRO1796S8undersizedSupplement to the Augusta Chronicle, April 16. The following is a copy of the message from the President which was read on Wednesday the 30th ult. in the House of Representatives...treaty with the king of Great Britain...George Washington, 1796
Publisher: Augusta; Treaties, U.S., Great Britain; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1798C6undersizedColumbian Museum & Savannah Advertiser, Extra, Friday April 20, 1798, Mayor & Alderman's address to Governor Jackson together with his answer, 1798
Publisher: Savannah; Forms part of the Keith Read collection
 
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BRO1799B9undersizedBy the President of the United States of America, a proclamation. Whereas by an act of the congress of the United States ... entitled, "An act further to suspend the commercial intercourse between the United States and France and the dependencies thereof..., 1799 June
Publisher: [Philadelphia?]; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; E554 Trade Embargo; John Adams; Regarding Commerce with St. Domingo
 
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BRO179_T6To the senate and representatives of the United States in Congress convened: The petition of the undersigned citizens of the United States, ... south of the Potamack would be promoted by a perfect inland navigation, circa 1790-1799
Publisher: n.p.; Requesting a complete and uninterrupted communication inland between the City of Richmond and all the waters of places adjacent; Forms part of Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1800C4undersizedCertain principles and observations on the last rescinding act of the state of Georgia, in 1796, and the convention there-after had -- submitted for consideration, 1800
Rescinding Act of 1796
 
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BRO1800S7undersizedState of North Carolina. Chowan County Court, September term, 1800 ... Ordered that in future, Thursday, the 4th day of the term, the state business shall be acted upon, bonds and notes, and argument causes on Friday and Saturday, 1800
Publisher: n.p.; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1804N6undersizedNorth Carolina. In Senate. November 29, 1804. Resolved, that our Senators in the Congress of the United States be instructed, and our representatives requested... to obtain an amendment to the federal constitution ... to prevent the further importation of slaves from any of the West-India Islands, Coast of Africa, or elsewhere, 1804
Publisher: n.p; Slavery, Abolition; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler collection; Letter on inside page urging the legislature of Georgia to adopt
 
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BRO1806H4undersizedHebrew calendar. For part of the years 5566 and 5567 of the creation corresponding to the year of Christianity, 1806
Publisher: n.p.; Forms part of the Keith Read collection
 
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BRO1807F6undersizedFriends and fellow citizens ... the brutal, savage and infamous attack on the United States' frigate, the Chesapeake, in sight of our coast, ... the people of Georgia are prepared to meet the event, 1807 August
Publisher: n.p.; Telfair, Edward; Mitchell, David; Chesapeake (ship), Chesapeake-Leopard affair; Handwritten letter from Edward Telfair to Major General David Mitchell
 
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BRO1809R5Rates and regulations of pilotage for the Bar and River of Savannah, 1809
Publisher: Savannah
 
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BRO1810A7undersizedAstronomischer Beweis am 16. Febr. 1810 ... des Seebergs Seher, 1810
Publisher: n.p.
 
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BRO1811I5Intelligencer Extra, Petersburg, Saturday, Dec. 28, 1811 : We have been obligingly favored with a handbill containing what follows : which we lose no time in laying before our readers : Richmond, December 27. Most dreadful calamity! ... [account of Richmond theater fire from the American standard], 1811
Publisher: Petersburg; Includes list of known dead as of that date and the order for the funeral procession; Forms part of Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1811R4undersizedRefutation on Oath. Georgia. Jefferson County. Personally appeared before me, Samuel Caldwell who being duly sworn saith, that he was some time present, when there was a political conversation or dispute happened between Col. M. Shelman and Mr. Owen Fort, 1811 October
Publisher: Jefferson County; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; treason?
 
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BRO1812D5Direct tax. Saturday December 26, 1812, 1812
Property tax, Oglethorpe, Jackson, Clarke, Bulloch, Camden; List of persons owing tax and amount owed; Forms part of Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1812H4undersizedHerald-Office, Saturday morning, June 27.. and act, Declaring war between the United Kingdoms of Great Britain and Ireland ... and the United States, 1812 June 18
Publisher: Augusta; War of 1812, Madison, James
 
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BRO1813B6Illustrations of three bridges in Pennsylvania designed by Lewis Wernwag: one being erected at Newhope, 1813 ; one across the Schuylkill River at Philadelphia ; and one across Neshaminy, on the post road from Philadelphia to New York, 1813
Drawn & engrav'd by E.G. Gridley, Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1813E4Elegy, in remembrance of James Lawrence, Esquire: (Late commander of the United States frigate Chesapeake), 1813
"Sacred to the memory of the brave. Jas. Lawrence/ Esquire/ Obt. June 4, 1813/ AE31." Elegy preceded by two stanza poem "How sleep the brave, who sink to rest ...". Printed on silk.
 
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BRO1813H3undersizedHaving as an agent for Messrs. Livingston and Fulton ... explored the sounds and waters south of the River Potomac and Chesapeak Bay ... report the obstructions to an Inland communication between st. Mary's at East Florida and the water of the James River ... cost of clearing.. John D. Delacy, 1813 July
Publisher: South Carolina; Boats; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1814W3undersizedWashington ball at the Exchange, 1814 February
Publisher: Savannah; to Miss Sleigh at Capt. Rice's; 23 x 18 cm; Forms part of the Keith Read collection
 
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BRO1815A2undersizedAn Act, for the election of the clerk or other person to whom the care of the records and other proceedings of Court of Ordinary are vested ... Executive department of Georgia/ To compel clerks of the Courts of Ordinary to give bond and security, 1815
Publisher: n.p.; 20 x 33 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1815A22undersizedAn act, to levy a tax for the support of Government [Georgia] for the political year, 1816, 1815
Publisher: n.p.; 32 x 21 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1815A22aundersizedAn act, to levy a tax for the support of Government [Georgia] for the political year 1816 (printing variation), 1815
Publisher: n.p.; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1818P6undersizedPrices current, at Savannah, Geo. by Isaac Cohen, 1818 January 28
Publisher: Savannah: n.p.; advertisement/price list
 
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BRO1819N7undersizedNo. 65. This entitles Ben Glover or his assignees, to ... interest in the Company of the town of Demopolis [Alabama], 1819 April 21
Publisher: Demopolis; 24.5 x 15.5 cm
 
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BRO181XN4A new Christmas carol with divine poems ... Let all that are to mirth inclin'd, consider well and bear in mind, circa 1810-1819
[London] : Thompson and Churchill, printers, 21, East Smithfield; Text in 2 columns, bordered by small woodcuts of 8 apostles. IOncludes Ten Commandments and Our Saviour's Golden Rule
 
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BRO1820M3undersizedRob Roy & Where shall I Dine? Will be performed at the Theatre this evening, 1820 March 11
Publisher: Newcastle; Mitchell printer; 23 x 28 cm
 
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BRO1820N6undersizedNotice. It is hereby given to all whom it may concern ... that James B. Fuller, late of town of Edenton, county of Chowan, is dead and that ... his Executrix is Sarah Fuller, 1820 July
Publisher: North Carolina; 31 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1820T4Theatre-Royal, Newcastle. In consequence of the melancholy event of the death of His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent, the public is respectfully informed that the theatre will be closed this evening and on the night of his funeral, 1820
Mitchell printer Newcastle
 
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BRO1821C3The Carrier's address to the patrons of the Museum and Gazette, 1821
SAvannah; poem
 
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BRO1821H6undersizedHouse of Representatives [Georgia] Thursday December 20, 1821. Whereas, in and by treaties made with the Cherokee Indians... Resolved, that his excellency the Governor, be and he is hereby requested ... to procure through him or the Congress, 1821
Publisher: n.p.; 26 x 21 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; Treaties, Cherokee
 
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BRO1821I3undersizedI beg leave respectfully to inform you ... will be performed Morton's celebrated comedy of Speed the Plough... J. Tadman, 1821 March 24
Publisher: Newcastle; 12 x 11 c; Theater
 
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BRO1821I48undersizedIn the House of Representatives, Thursday, 20th December, 1821. The select committee, to whom was referred the communication of his Excellency the Governor, upon the subject of claims which accrued in favor of certain of our citizens for militia services, 1821
Publisher: n.p.; 28 x 21 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; compensation, military service
 
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BRO1821I5undersizedIn the House of Representatives, Wednesday, 19th December, 1821. The Legislature of the State of Georgia having by a memorial ... Be it therefore resolved ... that provision be made for holding a treaty with said Cherokee Nation of Indians, 1821
Publisher: n.p.; 26 x 21 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; Treaties, Cherokee
 
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BRO1821R4undersizedResolutions. In the House of Representatives, [Georgia], Wednesday, 19th December, 1821. Whereas, by articles of a treaty entered into between commissioners, on the part of the United States, and the chiefs, head-men and warriors of the Creek Nation entered into at the Indian Spring, 1821
Publisher: n.p.; 28 x 21 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; Treaties, Creek
 
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BRO1821T38undersizedTheatre-Royal, Newcastle. In consequence of the melancholy event of the death of Her Majesty the Queen, the public are respectfully informed the theatre will be closed for this evening, 1821
Publisher: Newcastle; 23 x 28 cm; Theater
 
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BRO1821T4undersizedTheatre-Royal, Newcastle. The public are respectfully informed ... "What Next?" for this evening is unavoidably postponed, and that of "Three Weeks after Marriage" is substituted, 1821
Publisher: Newcastle; 10 x 14 cm; Theater
 
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BRO1821T42undersizedTheatre-Royal, Newcastle. Under the immediate patronage and by desire of the gentlemen ... will be acted the favourite comedy of "She wou'd and She wou'd not", 1821
Publisher: Newcastle; 11 x 14 cm; Theater
 
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BRO1821T6undersizedTo the free burgesses of Newcastle. The Mayor presents his compliments ... the pit and gallery of the theatre, will be open to them ... in honor of His Majesty's coronation, 1821 July 9
Publisher: Newcastle; 28 x 22 cm; Theater
 
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BRO1823L5undersizedLine written on his beholding the shores of England after an absence of many years by J.S. Buckingham, 1823
Signed by Buckingham; 23 x 19 cm; Forms part of the Keith Read collection; poem
 
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BRO1823T6To the voters of the sixth Congressional District. "Mark how a plain tale will put them down", 1823
Regarding the purchase of slaves by Capt. Wm Bowen at Amelia Island and smuggling them into the Creek Agency, protests Col. Erwin's involvement in the affair; signed A. Freeman; Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1824C6Constitution of the Union Agricultural Society for the counties of Camden, Wayne, Glynn, McIntosh, Liberty and Bryan, 1824
Printed by C. F. Grandison and for sale at the Gazette Office - Price twenty-five cents
 
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BRO1824D4Democratic Nominations. For President, William H. Crawford. For Vice-President, Henry Clay. For Electors., 1824
Republicans of Connecticut; Reasons why Republicans ought not to support Mr. Adams
 
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BRO1825D5undersizedDirections for taking Swaim's Panacea for the cure of scrofula, or King's evil, syphilitic, mercurial and cutaneous disises, rheumatism, tumors, ulcers...Wm. Swaim, 1825
Publisher: Philadelphia; 27 x 16 cm; Forms part of the Keith Read collection; Advertisement, Medication, syphilis
 
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BRO1825E9Exposition of the United States' Commissioners. In relations to the late Treaty concluded by them with the Creek Indians, 1825
Duncan G. Campbell, James Merriwether, United States' Commissioners. Milledgeville. Includes annotations. Forms part of Felix Hargrett collection.
 
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BRO1825R4undersizedA report being in circulation that Miss Foote will act tomorrow evening at the Newcastle Theatre, 1825
Publisher: Newcastle, Mitchell printer; 15 x 18 cm; Theater
 
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BRO1825S3undersizedSamuel Alexander & Charles D. Penrose have brought from George Gaullagher his large and very extensive stock of merchandise, 1825
Publisher: Philadelphia; 16 x 8 cm; Advertisement, Retail
 
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BRO1826A3undersizedAddress of the carriers of the Savannah Georgian, 1826 January 1
Publisher: Savannah; 31 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Keith Read collection; Newspapers, Advertisement
 
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BRO1826P4Pensacola Gazette Extra Saturday, Laws of the United States by Authority, 1826
Published every Saturday by W. Hasell Hunt, Pensacola. Forms part of the John Clark family papers, ms547
 
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BRO1826T4undersizedTheatre-Royal, Newcastle. By desire and under the patronage of the Right Honourable Lady Ravensworth. ... Clari, Maid of Milan, 1826
Publisher: Newcastle, printer W. A. Mitchell; 14 x 15 cm; Theater
 
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BRO1826T42undersizedTheatre-Royal, Newcastle. By the desire and under the patronage of M. Bell, Esq. on Saturday, Feb. 18, 1826, Town and Country; with X, Y, Z, 1826
Publisher: Newcastle, Eng. : Mitchell, printer; 16 x 14 cm; Theater
 
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BRO1828H3undersizedHancock Advertiser. Extra ... Sheriff's Sales...Courthouse in Sparta, Hancock County, 1828
Publisher: Mount Zion; 28 x 16 cm; slavery
 
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BRO1828T6A topographical analysis of the state of Georgia for the year 1828...by Thomas A. Word, 1828
Printed by O.P. Shaw at the Office of the Athenian, Athens, Geo.; includes list of counties, who or what named for, boundaries, principal rivers, chief towns, distance from Milledgeville, white population, enslaved and free persons of color, and revenue
 
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BRO1829C5undersizedCircular. Augusta, Georgia. It is probable that you have already learned ... how serious a calamity has been experienced by the city of Augusta ... a fire commenced in a closely built quarter of the town, 1829 April 17
Publisher: Augusta; 32 x 20 cm; Fire, Accompanying letter concerning contributions for fire victims (Providence RI, Paris Hill)
 
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BRO1830O6undersizedOrder of exercises at the exhibition of Charleston College. Select pieces. Music, 1830 April 8
Publisher: Charleston; Keith Read collection, recital
 
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BRO1830R4Resolutions and report of the Judiciary Committee, relative to the rights of this state [Georgia] to unappropriated lands within her jurisdiction, 1830
Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1830R8undersizedRules and regulations for the "Yamacraw Intemperance Society" [humorous] , 1830 December 20
Publisher: n.p.; 24 x 18 cm; Temperance, Satire
 
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BRO1830T4undersizedThomson's patent. This may certify that we have received of ... Samuel Thomson, 1830
Publisher: n.p.; Forms part of the Keith Read collection, Friendly Botanic Society
 
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BRO1830T6To the voters of Richmond County. We have been frequently asked, if we knew the cause of the hostility of the editor of the Chronicle towards our representative Mr. W. B. Davis, 1831
Includes discussion of Mr. Davis' opinions regarding the Great Central Canal
 
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BRO1831I5undersizedIndiana Historical Society. On the 11th of December, 1830, a number of citizens of Indiana convened from various parts of the state at the seat of government, formed themselves into an association under the name of...., 1831
Publisher: Indianapolis; 32 x 20 cm; Form part of the DeRenne collection
 
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BRO1831M3Macon Advertiser. Thursday morning, December 15. From Milledgeville, 1831
 
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BRO1831O6undersizedOrder of Exercises at the commencement of Charleston College, 1831 Mach 24
Publisher: Charleston, W. Riley printer; 24 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Keith Read collection
 
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BRO1832C4Chronological compendium of important and interesting events which have occurred from the commencement of the Christian Era, to the present time. Constructed and compiled from the most approved authors, by J.W. Barber, 1835
Published by Willis Thrall, Hartford, Con.; Includes major events in each century beginning with the birth of Jesus and ending with the temperature on January 5, 1835 in Hartford, Connecticut as 27 degrees below zero
 
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BRO1832G6The Governor's Message. This day, his Exellency the Governor transmitted to both Houses of the Legislature the following Message, 1832
South Carolina, Governor J. Hamilton, Jr., Tariff Act of 1832; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett Collection
 
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BRO1832M4undersizedMemorial. To the Honourable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States ...Brunswick Railroad Commission... W.B. Davis, Urbanus Dart, Commissioners, 1832
Publisher: [Brunswick?]; 38 x 24 cm; Railroads; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1833D4Declaration of the anti-slavery convention. Assembled in Philadelphia, December 4, 1833 [reprint]
Reprint of 1833 broadside; American Anti-Slavery Society; Merrihew & Gunn, printers, no. 7 Carter's Alley; "The Convention assembled in the city of Philadelphia to organize a national Anti-Slavery Society, promptly sieze the opportunity to promulgate the following Declaration of Sentiments, as cherished by them in relation to the enslavement of one-sixth portion of the American people." Signers of the Declaration are printed at bottom. Wood-engraving at head, signed by Reuben S. Gilbert, depicts Samson wrestling the lion; with caption: "Thou shalt tread upon the lion and the adder; the young lion and the dragon shalt thou trample under feet"
 
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BRO1835C4undersizedChange! Change! Who has changed? States Rights Party, 1835
Publisher: n.p.: Athens; 29 x 22 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; Van Buren, Martin; Merriweather, James A.; States Rights
 
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BRO1835J8undersizedJuvenile books for sale at O.A. Roorbach's half-price book store, 1835
Publisher: Charleston; 15 x 9 cm; Advertisement, Retail, books
 
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BRO1835W3undersizedWashington Ball, The pleasure of M... company is requested at the Exchange on Monday Evening, 23d inst. at a Ball to be given in honor of the Birthday of Washington, 1835
Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter Collection
 
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BRO1836H4undersizedHead-quarters, Army of the South, Columbus, GA, Orders, no. 1, Major General Scott assumes the direction of the War against the hostile Creek Indians, 1836 May 31
Publisher: Columbus; signed by Winfield Scott; 25 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1836I5In the Senate of the United States, May 24, 1836. Resolved, ... cause to be made the necessary examinations and surveys of the several harbours, south of the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay for the establishment of a Navy Yard, 1836
Includes annotation by W. B. Davis to Gov. Schley; From Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1836O6undersizedOrders-- No. 29. Headquarters, Army of the South, Columbus, GA; command of Army devolves to Major General Jesup, 1836 July 7
Publisher: Columbus; signed by Winfield Scott; 25 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1837A7undersizedAt a meeting of merchants and citizens generally held ... in the city of Savannah on Thursday, September 21st, 1837 for the purpose of testifying their respect for the memory of the late William Gaston, 1837
Publisher: Savannah; 27 x 21 cm; Forms part of the DeRenne collection
 
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BRO1837H4undersizedHead quarters, Army, Cherokee Nation, New Echota, Ga. It is nearly a year since I first arrived in this country. I told you that a treaty had been made ... and that your country was to be given up to the United States, 1837 March 22
Publisher: New Echota; Treaty of New Echota (1835), signed John E. Wool, Brig. Genl.; 25 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett Collection
 
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BRO1837L3Laudable Speculation Emmons' Patent Single Rail Railroad, 1837
Publisher: A. Knox, Printer 96 1/2 Chesnut Street; Railroads, Advertisement; Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1837P6undersizedProspectus for the Congressional Globe and Appendix, 1837
Publisher: Washington; 22 x 20 cm; Advertisement, Book
 
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BRO1837T6To the public and especially the voters of Tuscaloosa County. When an individual becomes a candidate for a public office, he renders himself a target for vituperation, slander and abuse... Respectfully, Alexander B. Meek, 1837
Election, Florida
 
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BRO1838H8undersizedHubbel's Golden Bitters will cure dyspepsia, debility, intermittent fever, diarroea, gout...purely vegetable, 1838
Publisher: Hudson; 22 x 15 cm; Advertisement
 
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BRO1838M3undersizedMajor General Scott ... send to the Cherokee people ... address...emigration must be commenced in haste to the other side of the Mississippi, 1838
Publisher: Cherokee Agency; Cherokee, Trail of Tears; 23 x 17 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1838M5Mr. Bauge's fencing academy ... The technical terms and different divisions of the small sword as taught by Francis George Bauge ... Rules of the academy, 1838
Printed at the office of Southern Post by C. R. Hanleiter - Macon, Georgia; printed on silk
 
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BRO1838O6Orders no. 25. Headquarters, Eastern division. Cherokee Agency, Tennessee, 1838
Cherokee Indians yet remaining in North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama to remove to the West; Cherokee, Trail of Tears; signed by Winfield Scott; Part of Lester Hargrett Purchase
 
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BRO1839B5undersizedA bill authorizing the settlement and payment of a claim of the state of Georgia...revolutionary bounty land script, 1839
Publisher: Washington; 19 x 29 cm; H.R. 1174 (rep no. 311)
 
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BRO1839C6framedCommencement exercises... [Program of the graduating exercises of 1839, University of Georgia], 1839
Publisher: [Washington, DC]
 
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BRO1839M3undersizedMarket Street free bridge ... Resolved that it is expedient that the Schuylkill Permanent Bridge be made a free bridge, 1839 June 6
Publisher: Philadephia; 32 x 21 cm
 
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BRO1839R4undersizedReport. The finance committee to whom was referred the petition of Peter Trezevant, 1839
32 x 13 cm; Lester Hargrett Purchase
 
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BRO183xO6undersizedOriginal ode. Tune-- The Buckett. There dwells in the patriot's bosom, a feeling Of pride for his country he can never quell, circa 1830s
20 x 12 cm; Song, Penned in: Sung by Mr. Wright's School at the party given to Gen. Houston and Lady
 
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BRO1840C3Catalogue of roses, cultivated and for sale by A. Jardin, Flora Hill 18th street corner of M, Washington D.C., 1840
 
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BRO1840G4undersizedGeorgetown Seminary No. 76 Gay St. ... The course of instruction embraces systematic training in elementary branches, 1840
Publisher: Washington, DC; 23 x 14 cm; Advertisement, School; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection
 
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BRO1840L3undersizedLands---Lands! Lands! The subscriber is Agent for the sale of the following lots of land .... John B. Cobb, circa 1840
Publisher: Athens; Advertisement, Property ; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1840T6To the Legislature of Kentucky from the undersigned citizens of the County of Fayette and City of Lexington...consider the law prohibiting the importation of slaves into Kentucky, 1840
Slavery, Abolition, E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1841C4undersizedChatham Academy. Savannah ... It is the wish of the principal of Chatham Academy ..., 1841
Publisher: Savannah; 26 x 20 cm; letter to Dr. Habersham for Master Joseph Clay Habershan in the Senior Boys' Department; Forms part of the Keith Read collection
 
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BRO1841M3undersizedMason's patent, rotary, stationary cotton whippers, 1841
Publisher: [Newport, RI?]; Advertisement, Agricultural Machinery, Cotton
 
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BRO1841O6Oration delivered before the Graham Philanthropic Society, in commemoration of the late President of the United States, on 14th May, 1841 by E.C. Burks, 1841
Printed at the Gazette Office, Lexington, VA - A. Waddill, printer; Forms part of Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1842C3Catalogue of Blanks, for sale at the office of the Chronicle and Sentinel, 1842 May
Printed in Augusta, Ga, May 1842
 
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BRO1842C6undersizedCreditors of Jerry Cowles, merchant, of the city of Macon [bankruptcy] ..., 1842
Publisher: n.p.; 25 x 20 cm; Bankruptcy notice
 
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BRO1842M5undersizedMr. Howard's School for Young Ladies, will open on the 1st Monday in January next [14 miles from Rome], 1842
Publisher: Lincolnton: Republican Office; 20 x 25 cm; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1842N6Notice! We will sell at public sale Thirty and Forty likely Negroes consisting of mechanics of all sorts: Blacksmiths, shoe-makers, tanners, carpenters, &c., 1842
Also will sell cattle, sheep, hogs, horses, mules, corn, hay, wagons, and farming tools; Printed at the Republican Office - Lexington, N.C.; Felix Hargrett Gift
 
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BRO1842O4undersizedOld Madeira, "Adelaide.", circa 1843
Publisher: Augusta; 7 x 9 cm; Forms part of the Howell Cobb Collection
 
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BRO1842S3Sapelo-Naval Depot. Augusta, Ga. ... To the Honorable J.C. Calhoun, U.S. Senate, 1844 January 31
Regarding the Sapelo Bar and Harbour and a possible Naval Depot; From the Lester Hargrett Purchase
 
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BRO1843R6Road laws of Hancock Co., 1843 December 26
An act to alter and amend the road laws
 
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BRO1844A3undersizedAddress of the Carrier of "The Helicon," to its Patrons., 1844
Publisher: Marietta; Poem; James M. Jones; 22 x 26.3 cm
 
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BRO1844C4undersizedA Christmas Hymn: To be sung by the children of the Darien Sabbath school 1844., 1844
Publisher: Darien; 25 x 19 cm
 
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BRO1844D6undersizedDocuments in support of the claims of Edward Harden for legal services rendered to the Cherokees, 1844
Publisher: n.p.; 32 x 20 cm; Signed by Edward Harden; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett Collection
 
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BRO1844F6undersizedFrom the committee of the Democratic Association of Richmond County ... Cass and Butler must carry the state by not less than 3,000 majority, 1844
Publisher: Augusta; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1844L4Letter of Gov. G.M. Troup ... What policy should states rights men of the south pursue in our present difficult circumstances?, 1844 September 6
Troup's answer to a question from five men in Penfield, Ga. regarding Republican States Rights and the 1842 tariff
 
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BRO1844M8undersizedSir: the undersigned have the pleasure to announce to you, that they have been appointed by the Democratic Association of Muscogee County ... Mass Meeting, 1844
Publisher: Columbus; Democratic Party
 
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BRO1844P6undersizedPost Office Department, Sept. 24, 1844. Sir: You will oblige me by stating on this letter ... the number of carriages, and their value, 1844
Publisher: [Washington]; 25 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Keith Read collection
 
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BRO1844W5undersized[William G. Driver] To my creditors .... for a tract of land in Elbert Co. on the waters of Beaverdam Creek, 1844
Publisher: Athens; Elbert, GA; Property sale
 
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BRO1845A5Animal magnetism, clairvoyance, sympathy, phreno-magnetism &c. [Advertisement for a demonstration of Dr. Webster's claims, together with testimonials on his behalf]., 1845
 
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BRO1845A8undersizedAuditor's Office of the Treasury, for the Post Office Department ... Please date and sign the annexed acknowledgment, 1845
Publisher: n.p.; 25 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Keith Read Collection
 
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BRO1845B5undersizedBill to divide the collection district of St. Mary's in Georgia, 1845
Publisher: Washington, DC; S. 115 [Public], U.S. Senate; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1845B51undersizedBill for the erection of a custom-house at Savannah Georgia, 1845
Publisher: Washington, DC; H.R. 586 (rep. no. 103; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1845B52undersizedBill making an appropriation for a custom-house in Savannah, in the state of Georgia, 1845
Publisher: Washington, DC; S. 130 [Public], U.S. Senate; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1845J6undersizedJoint resolution for the relief of William B. Stokes, surviving partner of J.N.C. Stockton & Co., 1845
Publisher: Washington, DC; H.R. 73 [Report No. 145]; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1845R4undersizedRead and Reflect ... Locofoco Party [British Party] and Whigs... Direct Taxation , 1845
Publisher: n.p.; 23 x 31 cm; Forms part of the Thurmond-Swift-Tutt collection
 
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BRO1845R8undersizedRules and regulations to be observed by pilots and masters of vessels in the port of Savannah, 1845
Publisher: Savannah; 31 x 24 cm; Spencer gift
 
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BRO1845S8Supplement to the Georgia Messenger, 1845 December 11
Includes advertisements, runaway slave announcement, and article on planter's manifesto
 
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BRO1845T6undersizedTo the citizens of Henry. From an unprecedented suit now pending in the Superior Court of Henry County between myself [William Hardin] and the Commercial Bank at Macon, 1845
Publisher: [Henry Co., GA]?; 28 x 21 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1846B5undersizedA Bill for the relief of John McAllister ... amount due him as encouragement for his enlistment into the army of the United States ... under act of Congress approved 1814, 1846
Publisher: Washington, DC; H.R. 312 [Report no. 439]; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1846B51undersizedA Bill for the relief of Polly Damron ... pension roll for widows whose husbands served as privates in war of the Revolution, 1846
Publisher: Washington, DC; H.R. 340 [Report no. 463]; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1846B52undersizedA Bill for the relief of Abraham B. Fannin former collector of the customs for the district of Savannah to settle expenses, 1846
Publisher: Washington, DC; S. 152 [Pri.]; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1846B53undersizedA Bill to re-establish the collection district of Brunswick, in the state of Georgia, 1846
Publisher: Washington, DC; H.R. 386 [no report]; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1846B54undersizedBill making an appropriation to build a custom-house in the city of Savannah, Georgia, 1846
Publisher: Washington, DC; H.R. 567; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1846E9undersizedExecutive patronage. I left Savannah on the 7th inst. at the insistency of Gov. Crawford, to superintend a piece of work upon the Capitol ... G.R. Lillibridge, 1846
Publisher: Milledgeville; 35 x 23 cm; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1846E92undersizedExecutor's sales. Agreeably to the last will and testament of Thomas McKoy, Senr. late of Campbell County, 1846
Publisher: Campbellton; 19 x 17 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1846O6undersizedOrdered that, in lieu of reporting the departures and arrivals of the mail... C. Johnson, Post Master General, 1846
Publisher: [Washington]; 32 x 19 cm; Forms part of the Keith Read Collection
 
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BRO1846P4undersizedA Play, in one act, entitled The Conspirators, or, How to Make Southern Rights Men in Burke County, 1846
Publisher: Macon; 36 x 22 cm
 
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BRO1846T6To the Voters of the Second Congressional District by Seaborn Jones, 1846 September 25
Publisher: Columbus; an address from Congressman Seaborn Jones addressing several issues concerning the United States government and legislation including the recent annexation of Texas, the reestablishment of the Independent Treasury System, the Tariff of 1842, and the Mexican War.
 
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BRO1847B5undersizedA Bill to provide for the erection of a custom-house in the city of Savannah, 1847
Publisher: Washington, DC; S. 127 [Pub.], U.S. Senate; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1847B51undersizedA Bill to provide for the relief of Milledge Galphin, executor of the last will and testament of George Galphin, deceased, 1847
Publisher: Washington, DC; S. 40 [pri.] U.S. Senate; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1847C6undersizedCommencement Day, Wesleyan Female College, Thursday, July 15th 1847, 1847
Publisher: Macon; 12.2 x 29.5 cm
 
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BRO1847E5An Entire New Stock of Goods now offered by Gillett & Henry, at Hayneville, Georgia, 1847 May 1
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
 
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BRO1848A2undersizedAn Act for the relief of Milledge Galphin, executor of the last will and testament of George Galphin, deceased, 1848
Publisher: Washington, DC; S. 40. House of Representatives; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1848A21undersizedAn Act for the relief of Samuel A. Grier and Jacob Parker, 1848
Publisher: Washington, DC; H.R. 403 [Pri.], U.S. Senate; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1848A3undersizedAgency. Washington City, D.C. S.L. Lewis formerly a clerk in the Adjutant General's Office continues to collect all claims upon the general government, circa 1848
Publisher: Washington, DC; 26 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection
 
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BRO1848A8undersizedAugusta, December 6, 1848. My Dear Sir: My inexperience in the expenses of a newspaper office...management of the Republic...James M. Smythe, 1848
Publisher: Augusta; Telamon Cuyler Collection
 
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BRO1848B5undersizedA Bill to re-establish the collection district of Brunswick, in the state of Georgia, 1848
Publisher: Washington, DC; H.R. 114 [No Report no.], House of Representatives; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1848B51undersizedA Bill to establish a collection district in the state of Georgia to be known as the Augusta district that the city of Augusta be made a port of entry, 1848
Publisher: Washington, DC; H.R. 255 [No Report no.], House of Representatives; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1848B52undersizedA Bill for the relief of the Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia, 1848
Publisher: Washington, DC; S. 218 [Pri.] U.S. Senate; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1848B53undersizedA Bill to establish an arsenal of construction, at Atlanta, in the State of Georgia, 1848
Publisher: Washington, DC; H.R. 428 [No Report.], House of Representatives; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1848B54undersizedA Bill for the relief of James Y. Smith ... for use of the steamboat Hyperion and damage done in the transportation of Georgia troops under command of Major Howard (1836), 1848
Publisher: Washington, DC; H.R. 530 [Report no. 666], House of Representatives; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1848B55undersizedA Bill for the benefit of the legal representatives of James C. Watson, of Georgia... amount paid by him to certain Creek warriors for slaves captured by them in the service of the United States against the Seminole Indians in Florida, 1848
Publisher: Washington, DC; H.R. 565 [Report no. 724], House of Representatives; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1848B56undersizedA Bill for the relief of Charles B. Clusky for services preparing plans, estimates for a custom house in Savannah, 1848
Publisher: Washington, DC; H.R. 591 [Report no. 752], House of Representatives; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1848C3A Calendar for the State of Georgia ... compiled ... for the Chronicle & Sentinel, 1848
Includes government officials, judiciary, militia, court calendar, and a table of sheriffs, tax collectors, oroners, clerks, and surveyors; Cobb-Erwin-Lamar Collection
 
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BRO1848D5undersizedDirections for using your gin. The band should be six inches wide ... Samuel Griswold, 1848
Publisher: n.p.; to Wm. R. Enoch from Samuel Griswold; 35 x 21 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1848I5undersizedIn the Supreme Court of Georgia. At Savannah, January term, 1848. David C. Levy, Plaintiff in error, vs. Solomon Cohen, Defendant in error. Argument of Robert M. Charlton for defendant in error, 1848
Publisher: Savannah; David C. Levy vs. Solomon Cohen; 34 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Keith Read collection
 
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BRO1848P4undersizedPermit us to call your attention to our new carpet warehouse... Jonas Conkling and Co., 1848
Publisher: New York; 25 x 19 cm
 
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BRO1849A2undersizedAn Act for the relief of Salsy Darby, of Randolph County, and State of Georgia...widow of Richard Darby...revolutionary pensions, 1848
Publisher: Washington, DC; H.R. 723, U.S. Senate; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1849B5undersizedA Bill for the settlement of the accounts of Captain M. M. Clarke, assistant quartermaster general, for moneys dispersed in the construction of barracks and quarters in the city of Savannah (1834), 1849
Publisher: Washington, DC; H.R. 706 [No report], House of Representatives; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1849B51undersizedA Bill to authorize the payment to the State of Georgia of certain sums of money therein...to inquire what depredations were committed by the Seminole and Creek Indians, on the property of citizens of Florida, Georgia, and Alabama, to "Henry W. Jernigan & Co.", 1849
Publisher: Washington, DC; S. 395, U.S. Senate; 19 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1849D6undersizedDr. Wm. S. Meiere, takes pleasure in informing his patrons that he will, for the year 1849, reduce his fees fro professional services to the following rates, 1849
Publisher: Oglethorpe County; Advertisement, Medical; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1849H6undersizedHonest Zach. Air, "Dearest Mae." Come freemen, rally round him,/The honest, bold, and true,/Whose heart is steady, 1849
Publisher: n.p.; Song; 21 x 9 cm
 
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BRO1849J3J. & D. Major, Artists and Lithographers, 49 Wall St., N.Y., New York, March 1st, 1849. Having disposed of our Lithographic Establishment to our late foreman Mr. John Major, 1849 March 1
 
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BRO1849M4undersizedMemorial. To the honourable the senate, and the house of representatives of the state of Georgia, in general assembly...in relation to the Colonial Records of the State of Georgia, 1849
Publisher: [Savannah]; Written by W.B. Hodgson; 31 x 20 cm
 
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BRO184xG4undersizedGenuine golden tincture ... lemon acid, ... genuine oil of wormseed ... the Producer's exchange of Labour for Labour association, Philadelphia, circa 1840-1849
Publisher: Philadelphia; 28 x 22 cm; Advertisement, Medication
 
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BRO184xG6undersizedGreen-Way Academy ... Classical & English School. At Thomson, Georgia, circa 1840-1849
Publisher: n.p.; 20 x 25 cm; Advertisement, School; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1850B3undersized"Bee office" Forsyth, Sept. 21, 1850. Dear Sir:- Below you have your account with this office ... James W. Gaulding, late publisher of the Bee, 1850
Publisher: [Griffin?]; 24 x 19 cm
 
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BRO1850B4undersizedB. F. Griffin, No 10, Cotton Avenue, Macon, Ga., Printer and Book-Binder and Dealer in Paper, 1850
Publisher: Macon, Ga; 12.5 x 22.5 cm
 
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BRO1850C3Castle Garden. Positively the last week of the celebrated Havana Italian Opera Company under the direction of Signor F. Badiali ... La favorita`, 1850 September 4
 
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BRO1850C6undersizedComplimentary ticket, Railroad Jubilee, at Burlington, VT, on Tuesday June 25, 1850 Admit Hon. H. Cobb to Wright's Mammoth Pavilion , 1850
Publisher: Burlington; 6 x 9 cm; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection
 
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BRO1850D3undersizedDaguerreotype miniatures ... James A. Palmer, 1850
Publisher: Macon; 25 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection
 
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BRO1850D4undersizedDental card. T.A. Sale respectfully offers his services to the citizens of Athens, 1850
Publisher: Athens; 8 x 11 cm; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection
 
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BRO1850D5undersizedDisunion!! Though we are violently opposed to the disunion of our glorious confederacy ... offer to the highest bidder...cloths cassimeres, linens, calicoes, and all kinds of Ladies' things... J.M. Stevens & Co., 1850
Publisher: Athens; 30 x 24 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1850F4Federal Union--Extra, 1850 November 23
Willis H. Hughes statement regarding his attempt to capture William and Ellen Craft [escaped from slavery] Publisher: Milledgeville; Forms part of Hargrett gift
 
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BRO1850F6undersizedFrench language. A Parisian gentleman, lately arrived in Macon, proposes to give lessons in his native language, 1850
Publisher: Macon; 21 x 14 cm; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection
 
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BRO1850G4undersizedGeo. Danskin, (from Jullien's, London) Opera, concert..., 1850
Publisher: New York; 14 x 8 cm; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection
 
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BRO1850G40Genuine drugs, medicines, &c. Wholesale and retail. Anson Parsons ... would respectfully invite the attention of physicians, planters, and others to the following list, 1850
Publisher: [Savannah]; Advertisement; Medications
 
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BRO1850H3undersizedHarps. The subscribers respectfully inform the Musical Elite of the United States... Joseph F. Atwill, Broadway, N.Y., 1850
Publisher: New York: Joseph F. Atwill; 25 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection
 
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BRO1850M3undersizedMadam: the joint committee from the Chattahoochee and Muscogee Divisions of the Sons of Temperance, having been appointed to make arrangements for the dedication of the Temperance Hall..., 1850
Publisher: Columbus; Temperance; 22 x 18 cm
 
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BRO1850M4Memorial to Congress for a general banking and revenue law of the United States : together with a uniform national currency, based upon the united wealth of every state of the Union, 1850
[Washington, D.C.?] : [publisher not identified]; American Free Banking Association
 
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BRO1850N4undersizedNewton High School for Boys near Philadelphia... J.J. Stanford, 1850
Publisher: Newton; 25 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection
 
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BRO1850O2Executive Department, Milledgeville, 28th Dec. 1850. William B. Tinsley, Esq. State Treasurer...Education Fund..Poor School Fund, 1850
Includes list of counties, number of children, and amounte allowed for the "education of the poor."
 
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BRO1850P6Preambll and resolutions of the Southern Convention, 1850
Preamble and resolution by the Committee on Resolutions and adopted by the Convention; delegates from the States of this Confederacy regarding the failure to extend the Missouri line of Compromiseto the Pacific Ocean, admission of California as a state, and dimemberment of Texas, and abolilition of the slave trade in the District of Columbia; From the Telamon Cuyler Collection
 
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BRO1850P62undersizedProspectus of an American Boarding School for Southern Boys at Nuremburg, Germany... Rev. W. Epping, Springfield, Effington Co., Ga., 1850
Publisher: Springfield, Effinton, Co.,; Howell Cobb Collection
 
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BRO1850R42undersizedRecital given by Miss Mell's pupils 515 Hill Street, 1850
Publisher: [Athens]; 9 x 12 cm; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection
 
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BRO1850R4undersizedRead before you vote! People of Georgia! Howell Cobb, the Candidate of the so-called Union Party, asks your suffrages--before you vote, read the facts below... will you, can you vote for a man who can and won't pay his debts? [regarding Howell Cobb's debt owed to the Central Bank], 1850
Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1850S8undersizedThe Subscriber is engaged in hiring hands for the Muscogee Railroad Company to be employed on the repairs of said road between Columbus and Butler, circa 1850-1859
Publisher: Columbus; 25 x 20 cm; d'Antignac purchase
 
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BRO1850T6undersizedTo the Voters of Newton County...candidates of the Union Southern Rights Party, 1850
Convention of 1850; Forms part of the E.M. Coulter collection
 
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BRO1850T8undersizedTufts' agency to supply libraries ... To Librarians... W. W. Tufts, Washington Street, Boston, 1850
Publisher: Boston; 27 x 21 cm; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection
 
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BRO1850W5undersizedWill the proposed bonds help education? What the bonds aim to do: [create a drill ground and athletic field, equipment, provide two rooms at Chase Street, open Baxter Street, and buy playground equipment], 1850
Publisher: [Athens]; 29 x 15 cm; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection
 
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BRO1851C5undersizedCircular. Comptroller General's Office, Milledgeville, February, 1851 To entitle you to a receipt from this office for your Digest, 1851
Publisher: Milledgeville, Ga.; 20 x 25 cm
 
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BRO1851C6Constitutionalist--Supplement. Important to planters! Choice Oats! Black Seed Oats!, 1851
Publisher: Augusta; Advertisement for A. D. Williams & Co. and J. O. Mathewson; Price Edward Island black oats; Agriculture; 34 x 25 cm
 
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BRO1851E9undersizedExamination Party. The pleasure of your company is respectfully solicited at a party to be given to my pupils at Masonic Hall... A.V. Robinson, 1851
Publisher: Augusta; 14 x 9 cm; Forms part of the Keith Read collection
 
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BRO1851G6Gov. McDonald's two last letters - Read and Circulate, 1851
Charles J. McDonald's letters to James Cantrell and the Charleston Meeting regarding President Fillmore, Southern Rights, and slavery.
 
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BRO1851L5undersizedLiberty tree bookstore. Geo W. Briggs ... Invitation to the world. We'll sing you a ditty, ye wise and ye witty..., 1851
Publisher: Boston: Geo. C. Rand; 33 x 12 cm; Advertisement; Bookstore
 
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BRO1851O2undersizedObituary. Died on Friday, 31st January, 1851 ... the Rev. William McWhir, D.D., 1851
Publisher: Savannah; 25 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1851P6undersizedProspectus of the Washington Union ... A. J. Donelson, Robert Armstrong, 1851
Publisher: Washington, DC; 20.3 x 33 cm; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1851S3undersizedSavannah, May 22d 1851. The undersigned respectfully inform you that they have bought out the interest of A. Welles, Esq. ... Jos. W. Webster, George F. Palmes, 1851
Publisher: Savannah; Groceries; 25 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Keith Read Collection
 
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BRO1851T4[Theatrical Satire] Theatrical ... Serio, Comico Melo-Drama of Disunion in Disguise, 1851
 
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BRO1852A3undersizedAddress of the Executive Committee to the Constitutional Union Party of Georgia .. we feel ourselves authorized and do hereby withdraw that ticket// Address of a Portion of the Executive Committee to the Unon Democracy and Union Whigs, friends of Pierce, 1852
Publisher: n.p.; Election, Presidential; Franklin Pierce
 
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BRO1852C6Concert by the Pupils of the Madison Female College. Madison, Morgan County, Ga., 1852 July 28
Publisher: Madison: Benjamin G. Liddon; Forms part of E. Merton Coulter Collection
 
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BRO1852F3undersizedFancy Ball ... to be given at the Chalybeate Springs... James Wooten, 1852
Publisher: n.p.; 5 x 9 cm
 
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BRO1852G3undersizedGang of 25 Sea Island Cotton and Rice Negroes by Louis D. De Saussure... will be sold at Ryan's Mart in Chalmers Street in the City of Charleston, 1852
Publisher: Charleston;Slavery; 18 x 24 cmEnslaved people include Aleck (33), Mary Anne (31), Louisa (10), Abram (25), Judy (24), Carolina (5), Simon (1 1/2), Daphne (infant), Daniel (45), Phillis (32), Will (9), Daniel (6), Margaret (4), Delia (2), Hannah (2 months), Hannah (60), Cudjoe (22), Nancy (20), Hannah (34), James (13), Richard (9), Thomas (6), John (3), Squash (40), and THomas (28)
 
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BRO1852O5undersizedOn liberal terms. 1,500 acres of primitive pine forest ... Memoranda of land warrants, U.S. government granted to John H. Newton, deeded to Edwin D. Newton, 1852
Publisher: n.p., Athens; 28 x 22 cm
 
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BRO1852O6undersizedOrder of services at the first anniversary of the kidnapping of Thomas Sims, April 12, 1852, 1852
Publisher: n.p.: Prentiss and Sawyer; 33 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1852T3undersizedTammany Society; or Columbian Order Celebration of the 76th Anniversary of National Independence, at Tammany Hall, Monday, July 5, 1852, 1852
Publisher: New York: C.C. Childs, printer; 23.5 x 30.2 cm; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1853C4undersizedCelebration of the Griffin sunday schools! Fourth July, 1853. Programme ..., 1853
Publisher: n.p.; 35 x 18 cm
 
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BRO1853C5undersizedCircular, Treasury Dept., Georgia. To Tax Collectors. Regarding settlement of your accounts... W. H. Mitchell, Treasurer, 1853
Publisher: Milledgeville,; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1853D4undersizedDentistry. Dr. H.B. Arnold, Surgeon dentist from New York ... associated himself with Dr. Hiram Seger for the purpose of practicing Dental Surgery viz. cleansing, filling with gold and tin foil [Macon, Ga.], 1853
Publisher: Macon; 23 x 14 cm; Forms part of the Cobb-Erwin-Lamar collection
 
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BRO1853G6Griffin Female College December 15, 1853, 9 o'clock A.M .... Prayer. Extracts by First Class...Compositions by the sophomore class ... compositions by the junior class..., 1853 December 15
 
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BRO1853G6.1Griffin Female College December 15, 1853, 2 o'clock P.M .... Compositions by first class ... Compositions by the senior class ..., 1853 December 15
 
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BRO1853J6Journal & Messenger Extra. Macon, Saturday March 5, 1853 - 12M. we have received a synopsis of the Inaugural Address of President Pierce, 1853
 
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BRO1853L4undersizedLexington, Georgia, February 3, 1853. Sir: at a meeting called by the executive committee of the Southern Central Agricultural Association, 1853
Publisher: Southern Central Agricultural Assocation; Agriculture
 
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BRO1853M4undersizedMemphis, Tenn. February 1st, 1853. Sir: the "Commercial Convention," held at Baltimore, 1853
Publisher: Memphis: Memphis Eagle and Enquirer; 23 x 17 cm; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1853P6Presented to the Member of the Senate [Georgia] by N.W. Wanslee, (Door Keeper Senate) Calhoun Gordon; and to the members of House of Representatives by Jesse Oslin, (Messenger of the House), Roswell, Cobb., 1853
A list of the members of the General Assembly of Georgia; "Prepared by Jesse Oslin, Messenger of the House of Representatives, 1853."; List divided by "democratic" and "union republican" senators and representatives.
 
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BRO1853S5undersizedSir, The Tammany Society; or Columbian Order, in accordance with their ancient usages, will celebrate the 77th Anniversary of our National Independence, 1853
Publisher: New York; 26 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection
 
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BRO1853T6undersizedTo the Heirs of Officers and Soldiers of the Revolutionary and other wars... Bounty land cases, pensions, Naval Officers claims... Robert H. Gallaher, 1853
Publisher: Washington; Veterans; 25 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Keith Read collection
 
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BRO1854A4undersizedAlabama Ware House ... The subscribers having purchased the interest of Messrs. Gunby, Daniel & Co., 1854
Publisher: Columbus; 22 x 20 cm; d'Antignac Purchase
 
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BRO1854C6undersizedColumbus, GA, Aug. 15th, 1854. Dear Sir: You will find the rescue grass seed...B. V. Iverson, 1854
Publisher: Columbus; 24 x 20 cm; d'Antignac Purchase
 
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BRO1854C65undersizedConstitutional Union Meeting. At a meeting of the Constitutional Union Part of the county of Bibb, held at the Courthouse on Monday, July 5th... E. J. Johnston, 1854
Publisher: Macon; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1854G4Georgia Telegraph--Extra No. 14. Macon, Tuesday morning, November 18, 1854, vol. 26, 1854 November 18
Speech of C. G. Baylor, U.S. Consul at Amsterdam delivered by request of the Convention of Cotton Planters held at Macon, October 27, 1851
 
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BRO1854H5Highly Improved Cotton! Boyd's extra prolific! This new & valuable variety of cotton far excells..., 1854
Publisher: Covington: Messenger Print; Part of ms2622, Advertisement, Agricultural products, Cotton
 
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BRO1854I5undersizedIn council, Savannah, 19th October, 1854. [proclamation from Council of Aldermen concerning recent epidemic], 1854
Publisher: Savannah
 
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BRO1854N62undersizedNotice! There will be a special train leave Boston ... to convey the dead and wounded of the Freedom Club, who fell so nobly defending their banner in Court - sq. Boston yesterday...Vigilence Com., 1854
Publisher: n. p.; 31 x 23 cm; Fugitive slave case
 
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BRO1854N6undersizedNotice! $50 reward. Ranaway or stolen ... two negroes ... Auburn, Macon County, Ala. W.J. Grigg, 1854
Publisher: [Auburn, AL?]; Forms part of the Keith Read collection; FugitiveEnslaved people include Judith (36) and Petty (13 or 14)
 
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BRO1854O3undersizedOffice Muscogee Rail Road Co. At a meeting of the Board of Directors, 1854
Publisher: Columbus; 25 x 20 cm; d'Antignac Purchase
 
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BRO1854O32undersizedOglethorpe University, June 19, 1854 ... members of the Phi Delta Society of Oglethorpe University... [fundraising for a Hall], 1854
Publisher: [Atlanta]; 20 x 25 cm; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1854P4undersizedPhiladelphia and Savannah Steamship Line, carrying the United States mail... One of these steamships will leave port every Wednesday, 1854
Publisher: n.p.; 24 x 22 cm; Forms part of the Keith Read collection
 
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BRO1854T3undersizedTalbotton, ... the copartnership heretofore existing between J.H. & W.J. Weekes is this day dissolved by mutual consent... Messrs. Carreker & Leonard announce to continue the Dry Goods Business under the name and style of J. H. Weekes & Co., 1854
Publisher: Talbotton; Millenary (dry goods business); 27 x 21 cm
 
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BRO1855A3Affections' tribute to the memory of our dear Mary [Montfort Schley] and Freeman [W. Schley], 1855
 
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BRO1855C5undersizedCircular letter. To the minister and elders of the Presbyterian Church of ... [fundraising for the Board of Education], 1855
Publisher: Philadelphia; 28 x 21 cm
 
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BRO1855E8undersizedExhibition, by the students of Mr. Martin's select high school ... Programme, 1855
Publisher: Griffin: "Empire State" Job Office Print; 36 x 15 cm
 
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BRO1855E9undersizedExtensive sale of furniture...belonging to Aaron Gage at the Trout House in the City of Atlanta... T. J. Perkerson, Deputy Sheriff, 1855
Publisher: Atlanta; 30 x 24 cm; Forms part of the Thomas Carr family collection
 
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BRO1855G4Georgia Citizen Extra, 1855 July 4
Publisher: Macon, L.F. W. Andrews, Editor; includes platform and principles of the the American Party
 
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BRO1855H5undersizedHines & Hobbs, Attorneys at Law, Albany, Georgia... the undersigned have entered into a co-partnership of the law at Albany...Richard K. Hines, Richard Hobbs, 1855
Publisher: Albany; 25 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1855L4Letter from Rev. William Winans. Let Methodists Read!, 1855
Winans letter "to the great anti-American A. B. Longstreet...[who is] reaching the students of the State University to despise their countrymen and their flag"; Forms part of Felix Hargrett Gift
 
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BRO1855M3undersizedMadison Female College. Commencement. Thursday, July 26th, 1855, 1855
Publisher: Madison: Benjamin G. Liddon, printer; 13 x 20 cm; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1855O5$150 Reward! Ranaway from the subscriber, in Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, on the 10th of June 1855, Allen, a Negro Man, 1855 November 1
Publisher: Memphis; "He, no doubt, is making his way back to Houston County, Ga.", John H. Cocke; From E. Merton Coulter Collection
 
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BRO1855P4Platform of Principles of the American Party -- Letter of Mr. Holsey -- Extract of Mr. Stephens' Speech, 1855
Includes letter from Hon. Jere. Clemens, defining his position on the American Question on verso
 
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BRO1855S4Seago & Abbott, Atlanta, Georgia, 1855 March 7
Publisher: Atlanta; Handbill offering for sale bacon, hams, lard, candles, cheese, molasses coffee, sugars, etc.
 
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BRO1856C6undersizedCome one! Come all! Richmond, Burke, Jefferson, Columbia, Warren, Wilkes, Edgefield, and Barnwell. Come to the sale of my likely negroes ... James L. Coleman, 1856
Publisher: Augusta; Advertisement; slavery; 34 x 20 cmIncludes the sale of a "most excellent nurse, the nures of my baby, who loved her as much as he did his mother"
 
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BRO1856G4Georgia Banner Extra. Newnan, 1856 May 31
Publisher: Newnan; Meeting of citizens in Coweta County to catigate Mr. Sumner for unbecoming conduct towards Southern Senators; From the E. Merton Coulter Collection
 
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BRO1856G6undersizedGriffin Female College Eighth junior exhibition, Wednesday morning, July 2, 1856 at 10 o'clock, 1856
Publisher: n.p.; 25 x 16 cm
 
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BRO1856S6undersizedSoiree musicale!! Prof. George H. Briggs and his pupils, ... will give a grand soiree musicale, at the Griffin Female College, on Tuesday evening, July 1st, 1856, 1856
Publisher: Griffin, GA: "Empire State" Job Office Print; 21 x 14 cm
 
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BRO1856T6To the President and the People of the U. States. I here present to you what I deem Important Political Disclosures of a Standing Foreign Policy, Designed to Prostrate the Power of These United States., 1856
Publisher: [Augusta]; regarding liberty and slavery, signed Shade of Washington; E. Merton Coulter Collection
 
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BRO1856W5Will be sold at public auction on Saturday, August 2d ... title and interest of Elizabeth Langdon (late of York in the state of Maine), 1856 July 1
Publisher: Kennebunk; auction includes land and mansion house
 
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BRO1857F6undersizedFor governor. Warren Akin. For Congress. Joshua Hill. For Senate. T.J. Smith. For representatives. D.W. Lewis, W.H. Brantly ..., 1857
Publisher: n.p.; 24 x 8 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1857O3Official. Drawing of the Fort Gaines Academy Lottery of Georgia, class 46, 1857 July 25
Publisher: Atlanta; Samuel Swan & Co., managers
 
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BRO1857S3undersizedSales of cotton in Columbus ... D. P. Ellis, 1857
Publisher: Columbus, GA; 24 x 20 cm; d'Antignac Purchase
 
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BRO1857U5undersizedUniversity of Georgia. Commencement Ball by the Junior Class at the Newton House, 1857
Publisher: Athens, GA; Dance; 16 x 10 cm
 
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BRO1858C6undersizedCourier letter-sheet review of the market and prices current by A. S. Willington & Co.; Charleston Prices Current; Letter Gourdin Matthiessen & Co., 1858
Publisher: Charleston, SC; 27 x 21 cm; Forms part of the Keith Read collection
 
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BRO1858O6Order of proceedings for the funeral of J. Pinckney Henderson, 1858
Publisher: Washington D.C.; E. Merton Coulter Collection
 
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BRO1858O65The Original letter of Wm. Woodpile to Hon. A.R. Wright, Unmutilated, 1858
Political satire regarding Representative Augustus Romaldus Wright; From the E. Merton Coulter Collection
 
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BRO1858S299undersizedSamuel Swan & Co.'s Lotteries! (authorized by the State of Georgia) , 1858
Publisher: Augusta, GA; lottery; 30 x 16 cm
 
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BRO1858S3undersizedSamuel Swan & Co.'s Lotteries (authorized by the State of Georgia), 1858
Publisher: Augusta, GA; lottery; 31 x 16 cm
 
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BRO1858S32undersizedSamuel Swan & Co.'s Lotteries (authorized by the State of Georgia), 1858
Publisher: Augusta, GA; lottery; 30 x 17 cm
 
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BRO1858S34undersizedSamuel Swan & Co.'s Lotteries (authorized by the State of Georgia), 1858
Publisher: Augusta, GA; lottery; 31 x 16 cm
 
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BRO1858S36undersizedSamuel Swan & Co.'s Lotteries (authorized by the State of Georgia), 1858
Publisher: Augusta, GA; lottery; 30 x 16 cm
 
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BRO1859A5undersizedAnniversary exercises of the Centre-Hill School, Athens, Ga., 1859
Publisher: Athens; 19 x 12 cm; Forms part of the Harry Hodgson papers
 
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BRO1859A7undersizedAthens... To the Ordinary and Grand Jury of ____ County... [educational system of Georgia encouraging building school houses and increasing the school tax] Thos. R. R. Cobb, 1859
Publisher: Athens; 24 x 18 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1859F6undersizedFree schools. Extract from the presentments of the Grand Jury of Clarke County, Ga. ... education of poor children, 1859
Publisher: Athens; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1859G6Grand Jury presentments of Lumpkin County, 1859
Publisher: Dahlonega; regarding the Education Fund and act passed to for the education of the childre of the state; 40 x 209 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1859I5Improved Cotton Gins, 1859
advertisement for J. W. & L. L. Moore, Double Wells, Georgia
 
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BRO1859O6undersizedOratorio. Haydn's Creation, Saint Aloysius' Church, 1859
Publisher: n.p.; 6 x 9 cm; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection
 
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BRO1859S6undersizedThe "Southern Citizen:" A Weekly political and literary newspaper published in Washington, D.C., by John Mitchel & W. G. Swan, 1859
Publisher: Washington, D.C.; 20 x 25 cm; Forms part of the Cobb-Erwin-Lamar family collection
 
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BRO1859S68undersized"The Southern Citizen:" A Weekly political and literary newspaper published in Washington, D.C., by John Mitchel & W. G. Swan, 1859
Publisher: Washington, D.C.; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1859T3undersizedTaxes! Taxes! Taxes! ... pay up ... by August 1, 1859 or property will be sold... P. F. White, Sh'ff, 1859
Publisher: n. p.; 21 x 24 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1859U5Union Pledge Meeting ... at the Academy of Music in the City of New York... the North and the South. Justice and Fraternity ... oppose sectionalism, 1859
Publisher: New York; E. Merton Coulter Collection
 
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BRO185xC6undersizedAdvertising specimens, 1850
Published in Columbus, Ga. includes Smith & Ogletree general auction for the sale and hiring of negroes; Ellis & Livingston auction for the sale of Negroes; commencement party Hamilton Female College; cotillion party Mr. & Mrs. Leonard; Anniversary Ball of the Columbus Guards; Livery and sale Stables of C. S. Hart & Co.; Columbus Guards Camp Montgomery; Dr. A. J. Austin, Jr. Reform Physician; Robers Multivine Wine; Howard Factory Manufacture; Sans Souci Saloon; Van Marcus Groceries; Ethell & Thomas merchants; Dr. T. S. Tuggle's Compound syrup of globe flower; Colored Benevolent Society Columbus Methodist E. Church; commencement party Griffin Female and Synodical Colleges; and others
 
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BRO185xD42undersizedDear Sir. The undersigned having had ten years in the practice of law ... Your obedient servant, R.S. Lanier, Attorney at law, Macon, GA, circa 1850-1859
Publisher: Macon; R.S. Lanier; 25 x 20 cm
 
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BRO185xD4undersizedDemocratic and anti-know nothing ticket. For mayor: Dr. James P. Screven. For alderman ..., circa 1850-1859
Publisher: Savannah; Democratic Party; Local election; 16 x 10 cm; Forms part of the Keith Read collection
 
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BRO185xG6Grand Oratorio of Flora's Festival given by Mr. Jewell's select class from Poughkeepsie, on Saturday May 29 at the Methodist Chapel, Pleasant Valley, Programme, 1850
Presentation of John Hewitt's Flora's Festival; tickets 1 shilling
 
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BRO185xL6undersizedLost boy! Five Thousand dollars reward ... National Copying Company, Atlanta [satirical], circa 1850-1859
Publisher: Atlanta; Advertisement, portrait; 5.5 x 8.5
 
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BRO185xS7[Blank form land deed] State of Georgia...County...
Printed and sold by James McCafferty, Augusta, Ga.
 
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BRO185xR8Rules and regulations, to be observed by pilots and masters of vessels in the port of Savannah, circa 1850-1859
John Low, Harbor-Master; Spencer gift
 
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BRO185xS5undersizedSide-Wheel steamships for Savannah .. Cabin passage to Savannah, $15. -- Steerage $6... Side-Wheel Steamship Florida, circa 1850-1859
Publisher: n.p.; 15.5 x 25.6; Advertisement; Travel; Ship
 
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BRO1860A4undersizedAll Prize Scheme! Hodges, Davis & Co. Consolidated Lottery of Georgia, 1860
For the benefit of the Washington County Academies; includes list of prizes and ticket prices
 
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BRO1860C28undersizedCohutta Springs, Murray County, Ga. ... The undersigned will open the Hotel at the Springs... medicinal qualities of the water...W. C. Loughmiller, 1860
Publisher: Rome, GA; Hotel at Cohutta Springs x 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1860C3undersizedA Campaign paper for the democracy of the Union. The Campaign Constitution will be published on every Thursday...The National Democratic Executive Committee recommends, 1860
Publisher: Washington, D.C.; 20 x 25 cm; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1860C6undersizedCo-operation meeting of the citizens of Stewart County ... pledged to a cooperation of all the Southern States and in opposition to separate State action and immediate secession, 1860
Publisher: Stewart Co., GA; 28 x 16 cm; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection
 
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BRO1860D3undersizedThe Daily Recorder ... R. M. Orme & Son, 1860
Publisher: Milledgeville, GA; legislature publishing; 66 x 25 cm; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1860D4Delay is submission. Submission is slavery, 1860
"Submission to abolition rule"; From the E. Merton Coulter Collection
 
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BRO1860G6Governor Brown on the present crisis, 1860
Views upon the election of delegates to the State Convention; Publisher: Milledgeville, GA; Felix Hargrett Collection
 
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BRO1860G60undersizedGrand Concert! Vocal and Instrumental, by the choir of the Baptist Church of Macon, 1860
Publisher: Macon, GA; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection; 16 x 33 cm
 
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BRO1860H6How Mr. Snooks got alarmed, 1860
How Mr. Snooks got alarmed at the course of the seceders and consulted with Mr. Easy; Publisher: Macon, GA; Cobb-Erwin-Lamar collection
 
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BRO1860L4undersizedLetter from Ex-Governor Lumpkin [secession], 1860
Publisher: Athens, GA; To the Hon. Asbury Hull; 30 x 16 cm
 
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BRO1860M3undersizedMadison Female College. Commencement, 1860
Publisher: Madison, GA; program; 13 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1860O28undersizedOffice Mobile and Girard Railroad... Liabilities ... Assets ..., 1860
Publisher: Girard, AL; d'Antignac Purchase
 
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BRO1860O32undersizedOffice of the Moss Rose Candy Factory, and Cornucopia Bakery ... W. H. H. Phelps, 1860
Publisher: Columbus, GA; d'Antignac Purchase; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1860O3undersizedOffice Opelika and Talladega Railroad Company [form letter], 1860
Publisher: Opelika, AL; d'Antignac Purchase; 27 x 21 cm
 
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BRO1860O4undersizedOglethorpe University Annual Contest. Thursday evening, March 29,1860...Order of Exercises, 1860
Publisher: n.p.; 20 x 30 cm
 
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BRO1860P59undersizedPost Office Dept., Appointment Office ... Postmaster General has discontinued the Post Office of Gladesville ... Monticello, Ga., 1860
Publisher: Gladesville, GA; 25 x 21 cm
 
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BRO1860P63undersizedPost Office Dept., Finance Office ... In view of recent political events in the State of Georgia ... inquire whether you do now and will continue to hold yourself responsible to the Government, in conformity to exiting laws for all the postal revenues received by you as postmaster at Monticello?, 1860
Publisher: n.p.; Post Office; 25 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1860P64undersizedPost Office Department... Herewith you will receive a key fitting the iron mail lock... Monticello Georgia, 1860
Publisher: n.p.; Post office; 17 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1860P66President's message. Fellow-citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives - James Buchanan, 1860
 
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BRO1860P6undersizedPost Office Dept., Appointment Office ... [G. W. Shockly] official bond and oath of office having been received and placed on file ..., 1860
Publisher: n.p.; bond and oath of office; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1860P8undersizedPublic meeting in Terrell County ... [support Convention of the Slaveholding States with a view to form a Southern Confederacy], 1860
Southern Confederacy; 33 x 15 cm
 
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BRO1860S3Sale of Negroes, Mills, Mules, Hogs, Farming & Mining Tools, 1860 July 26
Lists the following enslaved people: Little Joe and Simon, Blacksmiths; Wilson, a Miller; Anthony, Little Peter, George, Randal, William, and March, Field Hands; Cupid, a Sawyer; Moses, Watt, and Morris, Miners and Blasters; Alfred and Frank, Engineers; Peter Muntz, a Wagoner; Long Joe, Major, a Carpenter.B. H. Broomhead, Columbia County; Publisher: Augusta, GA : Constitutionalist Steam Press; Hargrett Gift
 
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BRO1860S4Secession: The last and only ... Special dispatch..., 1860
Constitutionalist
 
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BRO1860S5Speeches of Hon. A. H. Stephens and Hon. B. H. Hill, Letters from Hon. John Bell and "Lowndes", Co-operation Meeting &c., 1860
Publisher: Milledgeville, GA; Felix Hargrett Collection
 
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BRO1860S6undersizedSouthern Guard. Resolutions passed in meeting, 13th Nov. [appoint Gen. Paul J. Semmes to command the Military Department; military enrollment], 1860
Publisher: Columbus, GA; 25 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1860S9undersizedSylvan retreat picnic, 1860
Publisher: Columbus, GA; 10 x 16 cm; d'Antignac Purchase
 
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BRO1860U55The Union! Why do we Love it?... Black Republic Terms...Letter from Gov. Brown, 1860
Publisher: [GA]; E. Merton Coulter Collection
 
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BRO1860U5undersizedUnion Farm and Plantation Mill: Grinds corn, and corn and cob, with the greatest facility... Ellis & Livingston, Columbus, Georgia, 1860
Publisher: Columbus, GA; 27 x 20 cm; d'Antignac Purchase
 
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BRO1860W4undersizedThe Weekly Constitution, published every Saturday at Washington D.C. To the National Democracy, 1860
Publisher: Washington, D.C.; 20 x 26 cm; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1861C58undersizedCommonwealth of Kentucky, Executive Department, Frankfort, ... Resolutions appointing commissioners to attend Conference at Washington City in accordance with an invitation of the Virginia Legislature... David Meriwether, Thomas P. Porter [requesting a proposed amendment to the Constitution of the United States that in all territory south of latitude 36 degree and 30 min. tht the slavery of the African race be protected and the owners of slaves have the right of transit through non-slaveholding states], 1861
Publisher: Frankfort, KY; 25 x 20 cm; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1861C5undersizedCircular letter ... To the clergy and laity of Christian Churches in the Southern States of the Union [from clergy in New York and New Jersey], 1861
Publisher: New York; Christians in the South; 27 x 22 cm
 
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BRO1861C6undersizedCorrespondence. Albemarle, County, VA. Wm. C. Rives and V. W. Southall, Esq's ... nomination to represent at the Convention of the State.. [includes Rives reply], 1861
Publisher: Albemarle County, VA; Rives, William C. and Southall, V. W.; 24 x 15 cm
 
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BRO1861D3undersizedDaily Intelligencer Extra. Executive Department, Adjutant General's Office, Special Order, No. 17 ... election for field officers of the 7th Regiment of Georgia Volunteers... Henry C. Wayne, Adjutant and Inspector General, 1861
Publisher: Atlanta, GA; Adjutant General's Office; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1861D5undersized"Dixie" Union-ized. (Tune, "Dixie's Land.") ... Dedicated to Cassius M. Clay's Washington Guards, 1861
Cassius M. Clay's Washington Guards
 
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BRO1861E4undersizedEllsworth's Avengers. Air: Annie Lisle --By A.L. Hudson. Down where the patriot army/Near Potomac's side, 1861
Publisher: Boston : Horace Partridge; song
 
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BRO1861G4undersizedGeneral Dix's proclamation ... [satirical] His Majesty Abraham 1st, requires to suppress or disappear all red, white, and red ... all watermelons must be painted blue, 1861
Publisher: Baltimore, MD; Dix, John L.; 22.5 x 15 cm
 
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BRO1861H6undersizedHospital of the Medical College of Virginia at Richmond... includes charges for White Patients, Colored, Private Rooms... provision for the care of lying-in women, both White and Colored..., 1861
Publisher: Richmond, VA; hospital opening; 27 x 21 cm
 
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BRO1861J6undersizedJoint resolutions of Indiana State Legislature. Whereas the State of Virginia has transmitted to this State, Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly ... , 1861
Publisher: n. p.; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler Collection; 25 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1861R3HSVRepublic of Georgia. Ordinance of Secession, passed Jan'ry 19, 1861 with the names of the signers, circa 1861
Publisher: Augusta, GA: Constitutionalist Steam Press; Georgia. Convention of the People (1861 : Milledgeville and Savannah, Ga.)
 
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BRO1861R4undersizedResolutions proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States. Resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee... [convention of delegates from slaveholding states should assemble in Nashville], 1861
Publisher: [Nashville?]; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; 25 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1861S6undersizedSouthern Testimony [Speech of Alexander H. Stephens delivered before the Convention in Georgia in 1860 to act up on the question of secession], 1860
Publisher: [Waltham, Mass.]; 28 x 14 cm
 
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BRO1861T6To the people of Harrison County. The legislature of our State has ... provided for a convention to be held in the city of Richmond ...Jno. S.Carlile., 1861
Clarksburg, VA
 
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BRO1862H42undersizedHeadquarters, Army of Virginia, Near Cedar Mountain Va. Aug. 16, 1862. General Orders no. 21 [Army of Virginia ... victory at Cedar Mountain], 1862
Publisher: Near Cedar Mountain, VA; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1862H44undersizedHeadquarters right wing, 13th Army Corps, Memphis, December 18, 1862. General Order no. 7 [orders regarding Captains or Pilots of boats] ... J.H. Hammond, A.A. Gen'l, 1862
Publisher: Memphis; 23 x 18 cm
 
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BRO1862H46undersizedHead-Quarters, Washington, September 4, 1862. General Orders, no. 1 [undersigned assumes command of fortifications of Washington and defense of the Capital] ... G.B. McClellen, Major General, 1862
Publisher: Washington; 21 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1862H48undersizedHeadquarters: 7th Regt. N.H. Vols. St. Augustine, Fla. Sept. 15, 1862 General orders, no. 49 [health of the regiment focused on cleanliness and food]... By order of Lt. Col. Abbott, commanding regiment, 1862
Publisher: St. Augustine, 1862; signed by T.A. Nemd....., adjutant; 30 x 17 cm
 
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BRO1862H4undersizedHeadquarters, Army of Virginia, Near Cedar Mountain Va. Aug. 15, 1862. General orders No. 20...require forty rounds of ammunition only to be habitually carried when on march...when troops go into action, one hundred rounds of ammunition per man... R. O. Selfridge, 1862
Publisher: Near Cedar Mountain, VA
 
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BRO1862T8$250 Reward. subscriber lost...on the road leading from Barrett's old mills...$1750 - one $1,000 Confederate bond, five $100 Confederate bonds, $250 in Confederate bills, 1862 November 8
Reward will be paid for the save delivery of the above funds to A. R. Broyles, near Dalton...Cain Broyles
 
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BRO1863A2An Abolition Traitor ... A Democratic workingman, 1863
Publisher: New York
 
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BRO1863B6undersizedBoston Journal ... The extract below, from a private letter from Gen. Hunter, shows that the movement for arming the negro is going vigorously forward, 1863
Publisher: [Boston]
 
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BRO1863C6The cotton kindgom. The system of slave labor ... causes the black population ... to bear a large proportion to the total population ... Statement of crops made in 1860 by sundry planter ... Density of popultaion to the square mile in 1860, 1863
Publisher: Boston, Mass.; Compiled by Edward Atkinson; includes a map, density of population, cotton cultivation
 
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BRO1863D3aDaily Citizen. J. M. Swords, Proprietor. Vicksburg, Mississippi. Thursday, July 2, 1863 [reprint]
 
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BRO1863H41undersizedHead Quarters Post of Pulaski, Pulaski, Tennessee, Nov. 18th, 1863. Post order, no. 7 ... [market established for soldiers or citizens at the Yellow Brick Store with set rates for produce] By order of John s. Wilcox, Col. 52d Ills. Vol. Infty., --Com'd Post. A.P. Vaughan, Liet. & Post Adj't, 1863
Publisher: Pulaski, Tn; 17 x 11 cm
 
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BRO1863H42undersizedHead Quarters Post of Pulaski, Pulaski, Tennessee, Nov. 18th, 1863. Post Order, No. 8 ... [regarding trading at the post] By order of John S. Wilcox, Col. Vaughan, Lieut. & Post Adj't, 1863
Publisher: Pulaski, Tn
 
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BRO1863H43undersizedHead Quarters Post of Pulaski, Pulaski, Tennessee, Dec. 7th, 1863. Post Order, No.17 ... [regarding gambling, horse-racing, removal of outbuildings and fences, taking timber, and keeping the streets clean] By order of John S. Wilcox, Col. Commanding Post. A.P. Vaughan, Lt. & Post Adj't, 1863
Publisher: n.p.
 
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BRO1863H46undersizedHeadquarters District South West Mo., Springfield, Missouri, August 13, General Orders, No. 22 [regarding selling arms to disloyal persons and permits for purchasing arms]... C.G. Laurant, Assistant Adjutant General, 1863
Publisher: Springfield, Missouri; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1863H4undersizedHead Quarters Post of Corinth. Corinth Miss. August 7th, 1863. Post Office, No. 60 [citizens selling items of food on the picket line or within the town are forbidden to sell them at higher rates than herein established] ... By order of Col. H.J.B. Cummings, Commanding the Post. Fred. Mott, Lieut. & Post Adj't., 1863
Publisher: Corinth, MIss
 
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BRO1863L5undersizedLines on the occasion of the silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Beardsley, March 27, 1863
Publisher: n. p.; 9 x 16 cm
 
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BRO1863O6undersizedOrder to eat mules. The following, preserved by Capt. John Triplett, who was in the siege, is a copy verbatim et literatim, of an order issued at Vicksburg: Headquarters Smith's division, Vicksburg, Miss., June 28, 1863, 1863
Publisher: n. p.; Siege, Vicksburg, Miss.; 21 x 21 cm
 
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BRO1863P6undersizedProclamation. Head-Quarters, Army of the Potomac, July 30th, 1863 [regarding destruction of the railroad, trains, depots, or stations by citizens or rebel soldiers in disguise] ... George G. Meade, Major General Commanding, 1863
Publisher: n. p.; 20 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1863R67undersizedI Loved that Dear Old Flag the Best! Words by Ednor Rossiter. Music by B. Frank Walters, 1863
Publisher: Philadelphia : Lee and Walker
 
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BRO1863S4undersizedThe Second Louisiana. May 27th, 1863. By George H. Boker. Dark as the clouds of even, /Ranked in Western heaven,/, 1863
Publisher: n. p.; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1863S5undersizedSpecial orders, no. 63, Vicksburg, Mississippi, September 29th, 1863. .... The following regulations for the government of freed men are announced for the information and government of all concerned [pay for labor of freed people, tax for officers and individuals employing colored laborers, and citizens voluntarily laboring for the benefit of these people], 1863
Publisher: Vicksburg, Miss.; 18 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1863U5undersizedUp With the Flag Long May it Wave, 1863
Publisher: n. p.
 
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BRO1864A4undersized[Missing text] of the Amateurs! Thursday evening, May 12, 2864. Upon Invitation of the Atlanta Hospital Association... Atlanta Amateurs will give one of their Grand Medley Soirees, 1864
Publisher: Atlanta, GA; Intelligencer Print; 24 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1864D4undersizedDepartment of State, Bureau of Immigration ... Sir: Pursuant the act of Congress entitled "An act to encourage immigration", circa 1864
Publisher: Washington; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler collection; 25 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1864H415undersizedHead Quarters, District of West Tennessee. Memphis, Tenn., May 10, 1864. General order, No. 3 [operation of Commercial intercourse from this city with the States in the rebellion shows that there can be but on remedy total prohibition of all commercial intercourse with the states in rebellion; the lines of the Army at Memphis will be closed and no person will be permitted to leave the city] ... Wm. H. Morgan, Asst. Adj. General, 1864
Publisher: n. p.; 19 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1864H421undersizedHead Quarters 3rd Division, 18th Corps d'Armee, General Orders No. 15. Camp Hamilton, VA., May 1st, 1864. Soldiers of the Republic! At last justice had been awarded you... you are to be paid hereafter as all other soldiers in the nation are paid, 1864
Publisher: n. p.; 19.9 x 12.8 cm
 
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BRO1864H4251undersizedHeadquarters U.S. forces. General order no. 1. Camp "Finnegan," Fla. Feb. 25, 1864 [high admiration for the Independent Battalion Massachusetts Cavalry during the Battle of "Olustee"], 1864
Publisher: Florida; Olustree, Henry, Guy V.; 28 x 22 cm
 
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BRO1864H425undersizedHeadquarters, Sub-District of Ogeechee, Savannah, GA August 28, 1864. General order, No. 26 ... [taxes collected to defray the necessary expenses of lighting streets and cleaning the city (Savannah)] Wm. H. Folk, A.A.A.G., 1864
Publisher: n. p.; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1864H42undersizedHead-Quarters District of West Tennessee, Memphis, Tenn., August 22, 1864. Circular. All authorities heretofore granted to keep trade stores in Memphis are declared void... C.C. Washburn, Major Gen. Com. Dist. of West Tennessee, 1864
Publisher: n. p.; 19 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1864H43undersizedHead Quarters U.S. Forces. Rome, Georgia, July 22nd 1864. Circular ... All permissions heretofore granted from these Head Quarters, for officer to quarter or mess away from their camps., 1864
Publisher: n. p.; 15 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1864H44undersizedHead Quarters U.S. Forces, Rome, Georgia, Sept. 9th, 1864. General Orders, No. 13 [officers prohibited from absenting themselves from Camp without permission]... By order of Brig. Gen'l Wm. Vandever, C.H. Floyd Lieut. & Aid-de-Camp, 1864
Publisher: n. p.; 19 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1864H4undersizedHeadquarters, Department and Army of the Tennessee, East Point, Georgia, Sept. 16th, 1864. Field circular [leaves of absence and tenders of resignations]... Sam'l L. Taggart, Ass't. Adj't Gen., 1864
Publisher: n. p.; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1864H6undersizedHow Sherman's veterans took Atlanta by James D. Gay, 1864
Publisher: [Philadelphia?]; 24 x 16 cm
 
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BRO1864N6undersizedNotice. Provost Marshal's Office, Atlant, GA, Sept. 29, 1864. A stock of confiscated Sutler's goods will be sold ... C.F. Morse, Lieut, Col. & Provost Marshal, 1864
Publisher: n. p.; 19 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1864S74The great union speech of Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, vice-president of the southern confederacy, 1864
Publisher: n.p.; note: forged speech, Secession, Georgia, Stephens, Alexander H.
 
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BRO1864W49undersizedWhy are our Soldiers, now in Southern Prison, not Exchanged or Paroled? [Federal soldiers in Savannah as prisoners]
Publisher: n. p.
 
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BRO1865B5Bill D.T. Travis' grand historical panorama of the army of the Cumberland! At Franklin Hall, on Wednesday and Thursday nights, June 14th and 15th, 1865, 1865
Publisher: Franklin, IN : Jeffersonianprint; memoralizes the career of General William S. Rosecrans and his campaigns in Kentucky and Tennessee
 
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BRO1865C48undersizedCircular. New York, November 15th, 1865. Dear Sir: Being engaged in preparing a work descriptive of the Southern States [questions for a guidebook for travelers]... D.H. Jacques, 389 Broadway, New York, 1865
Publisher: New York; 26 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1865C52undersizedCircular no. 1. Office of Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, Montgomery, Ala., September, 7th 1865. The condition of Refugees and Freedmen in this State, in some particulars requires the attention of all persons concerned..., 1865
Publisher: Montgomery, AL; Swayne, Wager; 20 x 13 cm; includes information on property, education, marriage, and destitute persons
 
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BRO1865C5undersizedCircular letter. Executive Department, Montgomery, Alabama, August 18, 1865. To the Magistrates and Judges of the State of Alabama. On the 3d of March, 1865, an act of Congress was passed "to establish a bureau for the relief of Freedmen and Refugees", 1865
Publisher: Montgomery, AL; Freedman's Bureau; 20 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1865C6undersizedContract for labor. This indenture, made and entered into on the ___ day of ___ A.D. 186_ between ___ [blank form].. work ten hours per day, be respectful, one-half of monthly pay shall be retained until the end of the year ... furnish laborers with quarters, sufficient rations, treat them kindly and encourage the establishment of schools for their children, 1865
Publisher: North Carolina; 29 x 23 cm
 
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BRO1865D4undersizedDestitute Ration. Hd. Qrs. city of Petersburg, Va. May 4th, 1865. General Orders, No. 12 [warning persons drawing rations who are able to purchase their own food] ... By command of Brevet Major General Ferrero, Geo. A. Hicks, A.A. General., 1865
Publisher: Petersburg, VA; 19 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1865E94undersizedOrdinances and Form Letter Executive Department of Alabama, 1865
8 documents from Alabama ; Montgomery, Ala. Oct. 4th, 1865 ... I have the honor to transmit for your consideration certain ordinances passed by the Convention of Alabama ... Lewis E. Parsons, Provisional Governor of Alabama; An ordinance In relation to the institution of slavery and the abolition thereof; An ordinance Declaring the Ordinance of Secession null and void; An ordinance To provide for the payment of the interest on the bonded debt; An ordinance In relation to the issuance of State Bonds; An ordinance Declaring the war debts void, and for other purposes; A resolution Relating to the State Debt; An Ordinance To ratify marriages between freedman and freedwomen, and for other purposes; An Ordinance To amend Article Third of the Constitution
 
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BRO1865E9undersizedExecutive Department of Alabama, Montgomery, Alabama, July 25, 1865. For the purpose of enabling those who desire to apply for pardon... Lewis E. Parsons, 1865
Publisher: Montgomery; 19 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1865G4undersizedGeneral orders, no.3. War Department, Adjutant General's office, Washington, January 14 ... [thanks tendered to Major General William T. Sherman for gallantry and good conduct in the campaign from Chattanooga to Atlanta and triumphal march to Savannah], 1865
Publisher: Washington, D.C.; Sherman, William T.; 18 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1865G6Governor's Proclamation ... Fellow Citizens of the State of Mississippi [Provisional Governor]... W. L. Sharkey, 1865
Publisher: Jackson, MS; appointment of Provisional Governor W.C. Sharkey
 
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BRO1865G61undersizedGrand Tableaux and Concert, Thursday Evening May 22d, Ralston's Hall, for the benefit of the First Baptist Church, 1865
Publisher: Macon, GA; 21.5 x 28 cm
 
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BRO1865G63undersizedGreat Universal Exposition of Paris for 1867... Office of the U. S. Agency of the Exposition... J. C. Derby, 1865
Publisher: New York; 33 x 21 cm; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler collection
 
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BRO1865H412undersizedHeadquarters, Department of the South, Hilton Head, S.C.General Orders no. 48 ... beloved President, Abraham Lincoln, has been taken from us by violence , 1865
Publisher: Hiltonhead, SC; Lincoln Assassination; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1865H414undersizedHeadquarters. District of Montgomery, Office Provost Marshal General, Montgomery, Ala. Circular no. 2 all public drinking saloons shall be subject to a license tax... no sales of liquors to enlisted men... sales of liquors to or by negroes is strictly forbidden, 1865
Publisher: Montgomery, AL; 19 x 11 cm
 
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BRO1865H416undersizedHeadquarters District of West Tennessee. Memphis, Tennessee, Feb. 13th, 1865. General Order no. 11 ... [regarding marauding and plundering by soldiers and abuse of citizens by violence or threats], 1865
Publisher: Memphis, TN; 19 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1865H418undersizedHeadquarters District of West Tennessee. Memphis, Tenn. May 5, 1865. Proclamation [atrocious murder of late President Abraham Lincoln and attempted assassination of Hon. Wm. H. Seward was incited and concocted by Jeff Davis and Jacob Thompson, Clement C. Clay, Beverly Tucker, Geo. Sanders, and W. C. Cleary], 1865
Publisher: Memphis, TN; Lincoln Assassination; 19 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1865H424undersizedHeadquarters Military Sub-District, of Lynchburg, Virginia, May 22d, 1865. General order no. 7. Negroes will not be permitted to congregate in and around camps of the troops... colored women and children can visit camps to sell pies, cakes and vegetables... enlisted men are not allowed to employ Negroes...all assemblages of colored persons on work days will be dispersed, 1865
Publisher: Lynchburg, VA; 19 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1865H426undersizedHeadquarters Post of Montgomery, Montgomery, Ala., May 15th, 1865. General orders no. 6. Negroes not permitted to occupy dwelling houses or tenements in this city without authority from the lawful owners ... all unemployed Negroes do their utmost to secure service... irresponsible persons issuing passes to Negroes will be arrested, 1865
Publisher: Montgomery, AL; 28 x 11 cm
 
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BRO1865H428undersizedHeadquarters, Post of Savannah, Savannah, Ga., July 6, 1865. General order no. 7. Extract...no person be buried at this post unless the Keeper of the Grave-yard, or Cemetery, receive a certificate stating the name, age, and cause of death ..., 1865
Publisher: Savannah, GA; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1865H42undersizedHeadquarters Military Division of the Tennessee, Office Provost Martial General, Nashville, Tenn. Circular to secure uniformity throughout the Military Division of the Tennessee in administering the Amnesty Oath... J. G. Parkhurst, 1865
Publisher: Nashville, TN; Reconstruction, Tennessee; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1865H432undersizedHeadquarters, Post of Savannah, Savannah, Ga., July 10, 1865. General order no. 9. all white or colored persons found loitering or idling... will be arrested as vagrants... John Mullen, Capt. and A.A.A. General, 1865
Publisher: Savannah, GA; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1865H434undersizedHeadquarters, Post of Savannah, Savannah, Ga., July 12, 1865. General order no. 11. requirement to report any case of contagious disease; occupants of buildings held responsible for cleanness of the same; keepers of animals will cause manure to be removed outside of picket lines, 1865
Publisher: Savannah, GA; 19 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1865H436undersizedHeadquarters, Post of Savannah, Savannah, Ga., June 21, 1865. General order no. 47. Street Gas Lamps of this City should be repaired and lighted, 1865
Publisher: Savannah, GA; 20 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1865H438undersizedHeadquarters, Sub-District of Ogeechee, Savannah, Ga., July 24, 1865. General order no. 15. I hereby assume command of the sub-district of Ogeechee... Edwin P. Davis, Brevet Brig. Gen. Vol., 1865
Publisher: Savannah, GA; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1865H442undersizedHeadquarters, Sub-District of Ogeechee. Savannah, Ga., August 5, 1865, Circular No. 14. inspection of sanitary conditions of the City..., 1865
Publisher: Savannah, GA; Inspection of Sanitary Conditions of the City, 6 wards each with 1 inspector, provide daily reports to Health Officer; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1865H444undersizedHeadquarters, Sub-District of Ogeechee, Savannah, Ga., August 15, 1865, General Order No. 23. no carts, wagons, or conveyances will be allowed to assemble in the vicinity of the Public Market except during market hours, 1865
Publisher: Savannah, GA; No carts, wagons, or conveyances allowed to assemble in the Public Market except during market hours; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1865H446undersizedHeadquarters, Sub-District of Ogeechee, Savannah, Ga., August 28, 1865. General order no. 27. no commissioned officer, enlisted men, or civilians will be allowed to drive or ride horses through the streets of Savannah faster than a trot unless on official business..., 1865
Publisher: Savannah, GA; 20 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1865H448undersizedHeadquarters, Sub-District of Ogeechee, Savannah, Ga., September 10, 1865. General order no. 29. all taxes will be paid to Capt. C. H. Pike on the first of each month, 1865
Publisher: Savannah, GA; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1865H44undersizedHeadquarters, Sub-District of Ogeechee, Savannah, Ga., July 26, 1865. General order no. 16. All schools now in session in this City under control of the military authorities will be closed 26th day of July and remain so until October 1, 1865..., 1865
Publisher: Savannah, GA; 19 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1865H452undersizedHeadquarters, Sub-District of Ogeechee, Savannah, Ga., September 19, 1865. General order no. 31. City Market [hours of operation], 1865
Publisher: Savannah, GA; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1865H453undersizedHeadquarters U.S. Forces, Alexandria, La. Dec. 27, 1865. General Orders no. 4. No person at this post will be permitted to sell, barter, give away or dispose of liquor to any enlisted man without written authority, 1865
Publisher: Alexandria, LA; 20 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1865H454undersizedHeadquarters U.S. Forces, Alexandria, La. Dec. 26, 1865. General orders no. 3. [notice that some white soldiers are committing outrages upon colored soldiers ... a soldier of the Republic is a solder whether he be white or black...], 1865
Publisher: Alexandria, LA; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1865H456undersizedHeadquarters, U.S. Forces, Winchester, Va., March 13, 1865. General orders no. 6. [Marcus Spotts and S. M. Mullen are authorized to establish a market; wood lot on Martinsburg Pike is for the us of the citizens of Winchester not the troops], 1865
Publisher: Winchester, VA; 16 x 19 cm
 
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BRO1865H45undersizedHeadquarters, Sub-District of Ogeechee, Savannah, Ga., September 14, 1865. General order no. 30. persons found exposing for sale, ales, wines, or liquors, without license will be fined or imprisoned..., 1865
Publisher: Savannah, GA; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1865H4undersizedHeadquarters, Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of Refugees, Freedman and Abandoned Lands...Marriage Rules, 1865
Publisher: Beaufort, SC; Marriage; rules; 21 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1865I5undersizedImportant Circular. Headquarters, Macon, Ga. May 22d, 1865. [receipt of all stores and property which belonged to the Confederate States to distribute to the destitute poor of Georgia; Tanners for the Confederacy will carry out their contracts and report to Major C. R. Armstrong]..., 1865
Publisher: Macon, GA; Hargrett Gift; 20 x 19 cm
 
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BRO1865M3undersizedJ. O. Mathewson, General Commission and Forwarding Merchant, Augusta, GA. Market Report, 1865
Publisher: Augusta, GA; Reconstruction, Prices for gold, cotton, brown goods, bacon, grain, liquors, coffee, sugars, candles, cheese, bagging, etc.
 
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BRO1865M6undersizedMount Zion Select School, Mount Zion, Hancock County, Georgia ..., 1865
Publisher: Mount Zion, GA; 27 x 21 cm
 
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BRO1865O3undersizedOffice of Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, Montgomery, Ala. August 30, 1865. General order no. 12. [orders regarding labor contracts with Freedmen; Freedmen vagrants may be set to work on roads or any other labor by the county or municipal authority], 1865
Publisher: Montgomery, AL; 19 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1865O5undersizedThe $100,000 reward. Award of the prize to the captors of Jeff. Davis. ..., 1865
Publisher: n.p.; Davis, Jefferson; 25 x 16 cm
 
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BRO1865R5undersizedThe Rt. Rev. Stephen Elliott, Bishop of the Diocese of Georgia, at Laurel Grove, Savannah, Dec. 31st. It has been decided to commit to the dust, without remark or demonstration, the bodies of our brethren brought here from the field of their glory..."The noble army of Martyrs praise thee, O God", 1865
Publisher: Savannah, GA; 22 x 15 cm
 
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BRO1865T58To the voters of Cass County. Fellow Citizens: On Wednesday next you elect three Delegates to the Convention, 1865
Publisher: Kingston, Cass Co., GA; From Henry P. Farrow Papers
 
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BRO1865T60undersizedTo the planters and merchants of Georgia and Florida ... Commission Agent at Savannah... Henry Bryan, 1865
Publisher: Savannah, GA; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter colection; business card of Henry Bryan; 20 x 25 cm
 
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BRO1865T6undersizedTo the voters of the Third Congressional District : The convention has appointed the 15th of November the day for the election of members to the United States Congress... I am a candidate for your suffrages...Benj. H. Bigham. LaGrange, Georgia, 1865
Publisher: LaGrange, GA; Forms part of the Brown Family Papers; 28 x 21 cm
 
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BRO1865U5undersizedThe Union War Chart, a Historical Compendium of the events of the War... For sale by the author, Edward H. Knight, 1865
Publisher: Washington, D. C.; 20.4 x 12.6 cm; promotional broadside
 
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BRO1865W3undersizedWarning to Deserters. Headquarters District of Wilmington, Wilmington, N.C., April 7th, 1865...extract from proclamation of the President of the United States, 1865
Publisher: Wilmington, NC; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1866A8undersizedAugusta, Oct.15, 1866. At meeting of Stockholders, called for this day.... Stockholders Southern Porcelain Manufacturing Company, 1866
Publisher: Augusta, GA; 27 x 21 cm; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler Collection; Southern Porcelain Manufacturing company
 
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BRO1866B8undersizedBureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, Office Act. Ass't. Commissioner, State of Georgia, Augusta, Ga. Circular no. 4. persons of color the right to make and enforce contracts, to sue, be sued, give evidence, to inherit, to purchase, lease, sell, hold and convey real and personal property..., 1866
Publisher: n.p.; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler Collection; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1866C4undersizedChicago, June 22d, 1866. Dear Sir: The undersigned, a Committee on Invitation ....Douglas Monument Association to make appropriate arrangements for the laying of the corner-stone of the Monument to be erected over the remains of Stephen A. Douglas..., 1866
Publisher: Chicago, IL; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler Collection; 3 p.; 28 x 22 cm
 
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BRO1866C5undersizedCircular. Georgia Iron and Nail Works Co. Columbus, Georgia ... Having established and fitted up in this city a first class Merchant Iron Rolling Mill..., 1866
Publisher: Columbus, GA; Iron rolling mill; 25 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1866C6undersizedColumbus, Ga., Dec. 1st, 1866. Sir: Allow me to call your attention to the fact that I am still engaged in the manufacture of moss rose candies and soda, butter, pic-nic and Boston crackers, cakes ice cream, etc.... Wm. H. H. Phelps, 1866
Publisher: Columbus, GA; Phelps, Wm. H. H.; candy; 28 x 22 cm
 
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BRO1866E7undersizedEssays and declamation at Hurtville Academy, [Ala.] ...., 1866
Publisher: n.p.; 23 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1866E9undersizedExecutive Department, Milledgeville, 1st September, 1866. Sir: Enclosed please find the President's warrant of pardon and black letter of acceptance... Charles J. Jenkins, 1866
Publisher: n.p.; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler Collection; 25 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1866G7The Great Book of 1866. The South: A tour of its battle fields & ruined cities, 1866
 
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BRO1866G4undersizedThe Georgia Home Insurance Co., Columbus, Georgia. Calendar [blotter], 1866
Publisher: Columbus, GA; 10 x 2 cm
 
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BRO1866H42undersizedHeadquarters, Commission for regulating relations between Freedmen of Indian Territory and their former masters...Circular no. 1... prejudices on the part of the Indians against the Freemen remaining in their country..., 1866
Publisher: Fort Gibson, GA; Freedmen of Indian Territory; 4 p.; 21 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1866H43undersizedHeadquarters, Commission for regulating relations between Freedmen of the Indian Territory and their former masters. Fort Smith, Ark. Circular no. 4. [contracts with Freedmen, women, and children, rights of husbands and parents; slave code is no longer enforced; rules for nations and tribes that have incorporated Freedmen into their tribe; in some instances children will be better off living with their former masters until their parents secure a home], 1866
Publisher: Fort Smith, GA; Freedmen of Indian Territory; 21 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1866H44undersizedHeadquarters, Commission for regulating relations between Freedmen of the Indian Territory and their former masters. Fort Gibson. Circular no. 2. Indian Agents authorized to sign ration returns for destitute Freedmen connect with their respective tribes..., 1866
Publisher: Fort Gibson, GA; Freedmen of Indian Territory
 
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BRO1866H45undersizedHeadquarters, Department of Georgia, Augusta, Ga., April 6 1866. General order no. 17. all persons without regard to color or former condition are alike protected by the laws of the state...trials before the Civil Courts of the State, 1866
Publisher: n.p.; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler Collection; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1866H46undersizedHeadquarters, District of the Chattahoochee, Macon, Ga., November 3rd,1866. General order no. 4. The following named persons in confinement by Military Courts at Fort Pulaski, Ga. are hereby released..., 1866
Publisher: n.p.; 3p .; 19 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1866H47undersizedHeadquarters, Post of Savannah, Savannah, Ga., May 28th, 1866. General order no. 4. Quarantine regulations established for the ports of entry for this Post..., 1866
Publisher: n.p.; 3 p.; 19 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1866H4undersizedHeadquarters _____ 1866. Sir: I have this honor to acknowledge the receipt,of copies of the following General Orders..., 1866
Publisher: Macon, GA; Blank order form; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1866I5undersizedImportant letter relative to the collection of cotton in the southern states ..., 1866
Publisher: Washington, DC; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler Collection; 30 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1866M5Miss Mina Geary and Mr. Gustavus Geary's popular ballad concerts, 1866
Publisher: Columbus, GA; performances in Augusta, Columbus, Montgomery, Savannah, Macon, and Charleston.
 
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BRO1866O3undersizedOffice President and Treasurer, Southern Porcelain Manufacturing Company ...., 1866
Publisher: Augusta, GA; 22 x 14 cm
 
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BRO1866P4undersizedPhoenix Guano! From M'Kean's Island, South Pacific Ocean! ... Daniel H. Wilcox & Co., 1866
Publisher: Augusta, GA; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; 28 x 22 cm
 
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BRO1866R3undersizedRawls & Brown, dealers in groceries, dry goods, and hardware, Hawkinsville, Georgia..., 1866
Publisher: Hawkinsville, GA; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; 25 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1866R4undersizedRelief for the people of Georgia. The loss and destruction of property [Confederate debts], 1866
 
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BRO1866R8undersizedRules and regulations of the Savannah and Ogeechee Canal Company ... F. Blair, President, 1866
Publisher: Savannah, GA; 14 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1866S68undersizedState of Maryland, Office of the Secretary of State, Annapolis, March 20th, 1866. Sir: I am directed by Governor Swann to ask your attention to the requirements embraced in the following regulations... Jno. M. Carter, Sec. of State [requisitions for the surrender of fugitives], 1866
Publisher: Annapolis, MD; circular, county; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler collection; 25 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1866S7undersizedStatement of the Georgia Home Insurance Company, January 1, 1866
Publisher: Columbus, GA; 25 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1866S8undersizedSummer schedule Mobile and Girard Railroad, 1866
Publisher: [Mobile, AL]; d'Antignac Purchase; 27 x 10 cm
 
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BRO1866T4undersizedThanksgiving Proclamation. Commonwealth of Kentucky. Executive Department. [Thursday, 29th of November be observed as a day of Thanksgiving], 1866
Publisher: Frankfurt, KY; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler collection; 32 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1866T62undersizedTo the voters of the seventh congressional District In announcing myself a candidate for Congress ... James M. Calhoun, 1866
Publisher: Atlanta, GA; 24 x 16cm
 
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BRO1866T64undersizedTo the voters of the seventh congressional District His excellency Charles J. Jenkins, Governor of Georgia ordered an election... I offer myself as a candidate ... James P. Hambleton, 1866
Publisher: Atlanta, GA; 22 x 16 cm
 
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BRO1866T6undersizedTo the tax payers of Wilkes County ... recommend and request the citizens of the country to pay their taxes a Washington..., 1866
Publisher: n.p.; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; 29 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1866W3undersizedWashington, March 20, 1866 ... Having spent several weeks at Washington, prosecuting cotton claims before the Treasury Department ... Jno. Gill Shorter, 1866
Publisher: Washington; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler collection; 26 x 21 cm
 
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BRO1866W4undersizedWe take the liberty of drawing your attention to the fact that a Joint Stock Company is now being organized in this City for the purpose of manufacturing petroleum vapor stoves and gas lights, 1866
Publisher: Augusta, GA; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1867A5undersizedAmerican Bible Society. A special appeal. In behalf of the Board of Managers of the American Bible Society, the secretaries make the following special statement and urgent appeal, 1867
Publisher: New York: Bible House; 18 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1867A7undersizedAtlantic & Gulf Rail Road. Extension to Bainbridge. To the citizens of Savannah, GA, May 15, 1867 ... John Screven, President., 1867
Publisher: Savannah, GA; Forms part of the Telamon Cuyler collection; 30 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1867B6undersizedBoarding School. Mrs. Edward E. Ford having removed from Woodstock will re-open her school for young ladies in Rome, GA, 1867
Publisher: Rome, GA; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection; Education, women
 
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BRO1867B8Business Chart of the most prominent merchants of Augusta, GA, 1867
Publisher: Augusta, GA: Chronicle and Sentinal Steam Printing; compiled by M. J. Toohey; From the E. Merton Coulter Collection
 
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BRO1867C52undersizedCircular of the Meson Female Academy, Lexington, Georgia, circa 1867
Publisher: Lexington, GA; Forms part of the Stone collection, Education, Women; 26 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1867C5undersizedCircular. Comptroller General's Office, Milledgeville, Ga., Oct. 4, 1867, Hon. Justices of the Inferior Court: Many persons (most of whom are negroes) having, through ignorance, failed to make returns to the Tax Receiver ... John T. Burns, Comptroller Gen, 1867
Publisher: Milledgeville; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; 25 x 19 cm
 
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BRO1867D4undersizedDescription of the Property of the Cornwall Iron Works Company, Near Rome, Georgia, 1867
Publisher: n.p.; 19.1 x 30.8 cm
 
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BRO1867F6undersizedFruitland Nurseries, Augusta, Oct. 25th, 1867. Dutch bulbs and other flowering roots. We have received our annual supply of Dutch Bulbs ... P. J. Berckmans, 1867
Publisher: Augusta, GA; Forms part of the Cobb, Erwin, and Lamar collection; 25 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1867G44Georgia Hand & Power Loom. A living for all! ... T. Ballantine, Agent, 1867
Publisher: Macon, GA; Textiles, Felix Hargrett Collection
 
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BRO1867G4undersizedGeneral Orders, No. 76, authorizing the assembling of the Constitutional Convention. Head-Quarters Third Military District, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida) Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 1867 ... John Pope, Major General, U.S.A., 1867
Publisher: Atlanta, GA; 3p.; 21 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1867G6undersizedGrand vocal and instrumental concert, given by Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Dunlap ... for the benefit of the Methodist Church. At City Hall, Monday evening, July 1, 1867
Publisher: n.p.; 29 x 14 cm
 
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BRO1867H4undersizedHeadquarters, District of the Chattahoochie, Macon, GA, January 23rd, 1867. General Orders, no. 1 .... By command of Brevet Major General Chas. R. Woods. S.C. Greene, Captain 24th Infantry, Bvt. Major U.S.A. Acting Assistant Adjutant General, 1867
Publisher: Macon, GA; 19 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1867H5undersizedHistory of the church of God during the period of revelation. The Old Testament dispensation. By Rev. Charles Colcock Jones, D.D. For sale by W.T. Berry & Co., Booksellers ... Nashville, TN, 1867
Publisher: n.p.; 29 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1867N3undersizedN. McDuffie. C.M. Bozeman. Ware House and General commission Busines and for the sale and purchase of cotton ..., 1867
Publisher: Hawkinsville, GA; Agriculture, Cotton; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; 25 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1867N4undersizedNew Enterprise in Athens, Georgia. Have your mails carried to your homes., 1867
Publisher: Athens, GA; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection;
 
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BRO1867O3undersizedOffice Christian Messenger, Augusta, Ga. Aug. 20th, 1867 ... According to General Orders No. 49, issued from Headquarters Third Military District ... you are instructed to publish your advertisements in "such newspapers and only such as have not opposed , 1867
Publisher: Augusta, GA; Reconstruction, Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1867R6Roster of officers and civil agents on duty in the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen & Abandoned Lands, State of Georgia, 1867 December 1
Includes names, ranks, station, duty, and jurisdiction; From the George Wagner Collection
 
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BRO1867S4undersizedSelect Primary School, Macon, GA., 1867
Publisher: Atlanta, GA: Franklin Printing House, 1867; E. Forms part of the Merton Coulter collection; 12.7 x 20.2 cm
 
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BRO1867S7undersizedStanding committees of the Senate of Virginia Session 1866-'67, 1867
Publisher: [Virginia]; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; 29 x 15 cm
 
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BRO1867T6undersizedTo the auxiliaries. We earnestly solicit careful attention and prompt responses to the following, 1867
Publisher: New York : Bible House; 18 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1867U5University of Georgia. Sophomore Declamation, 1867 August 5
Publisher: Athens, GA : Franklin Job Office Print; From E. Merton Coulter Collection
 
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BRO1867Y6undersizedYoung America 3 May 10, 1867. [also includes another ribbon, Young America, April 15, 1868 3], 1867
Publisher: n.p.; Also includes another ribbon, Young America, April 15, 1868 3; 18 x 7 cm
 
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BRO1868A2Address of the Executive Committee of the Central Grant Club of Georgia by Joseph E. Brown, Chairman Executive Committee, 1867 June
Regarding the Presidential election and procuring a favor of Grant and Colfax; From the E. Merton Coulter Collection
 
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BRO1868A74undersizedAtlanta, Ga., April 28th, 1868. Dear Sir, - It is obvious from the language of the Reconstruction Laws, that the members of the Legislature are required to take the oath of affice, usually known as the "Test Oath." ... Henry P. Farrow, 1868
Publisher: Atlanta, GA; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; 25 x 18 cm
 
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BRO1868A7undersizedAtlanta, Geo. May 1st, 1868. Dear Sir, -- During the past twelve months much of my time and attention has been given to the cause of Reconstruction ... Henry P. Farrow, Attorney at Law, Atlanta, Georgia, 1868
Publisher: Atlanta, GA; Forms part of the Henry P. Farrow papers; 21 x 14 cm
 
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BRO1868B8The butcher Forrest [editorial cartoon], 1868
Publisher: New York; Nathan Bedford Forrest, the Fort Pillow Massacre, and presidential election of 1868
 
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BRO1868C4Clerk & Master's Sale! By virtue of orders at Spring Term 1868, Chowan Court of Equity, the undersigned will sell at the Court House door in Edenton [N.C.] ... the real estate mentioned in the petition of Elisha J. Burke ... Aug. M. Moore, C.&M.E.C.C., 1868
Publisher: Edenton, NC; Hargrett Gift
 
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BRO1868C42Charter of the Bainbridge, Cuthbert and Columbus Railroad Company, 1868
 
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BRO1868C52undersizedCircular. To the friends and supporters of the Union Republican Party. Republican State Convention. - The Union Republican voters of Georgia are requested to send Delegates to a Convention, 1868
Publisher: [Atlanta, GA]; Forms part of the Henry P. Farrow papers; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1868C5undersizedCircular. Grand Council Changer, U.L.A. in Ga. Atlanta, Ga., Feb, 5th 1868. To the Subordinate Councils of the U.L.A. in Georgia. As the Constitutional convention will soon present to the people of Georgia a constitution ... Henry P. Farrow, President Gra, 1868
Publisher: Atlanta, GA; Forms part of the Henry P. Farrow papers; 24 x 16 cm
 
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BRO1868C65undersizedColored Voters Read this! Who turned Colored Members out of the Legislature? ... The twenty-five colored members who were excluded were not allowed to vote..., 1868
Publisher: n.p.; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection; 27.3 x 23.8 cm
 
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BRO1868C67undersizedConditions for the War Between the States; its causes, character, conduct and results, by Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, 1868
Publisher: National Publishing Co.; 7.6 x 14.3 cm
 
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BRO1868C6undersizedCol. Farrow's Appointments. Atlanta, September 5, 1868. As the nominee of the Republican Party for Elector for the State at large ... Henry P. Farrow, 1868
Publisher: Atlanta, GA; Forms part of the Henry P. Farrow papers; 26 x 8 cm
 
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BRO1868E9undersizedExecutive Department, Milledgeville, GA. Feb 25th, 1868. Whereas the Constitutional Convention of the State of Georgia ... enacted and ordinance, entitled, "An ordinance to procure the means of defraying the expenses of this Convention ... Thos. H. Ruger, 1868
Publisher: Milledgeville, GA; Hargrett gift; 29 x 22 cm
 
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BRO1868F59undersizedFor president: Horatio Seymour, of New York. For vice president: Francis P. Blair, of Missouri, circa 1868
Publisher: [Augusta, GA] : Chronicle & Sentinel Print; Felix Hargrett gift; 16 x 8 cm
 
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BRO1868F64From Atlanta Opinion. The Nominating Convention. Editor Opinion: The Chairman of the Republican Party having determined to call the convention to nominate a candidate for Governor, 1868
Publisher: Atlanta, GA; signed Union Man; From the Felix Hargrett Collection
 
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BRO1868F6undersizedFor president: Ulysses S. Grant. For Vice-President, Schuyler Colfax, 1868
Publisher: [Illinois]; Forms part of the General Erastus Newton Bates papers; 28 x 7 cm
 
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BRO1868H42undersizedHeadquarters Sub-District of Alabama. Montgomery, Ala. April 4, 1868. General Orders, No. 11 outrages perpetrated by Ku Klux Klan ... By order of Col. and Bv't Brig. Gen. O.L. Shepherd, W.T. Hartz, Bv't Maj. USA, AAAAG, 1868
Publisher: Montgomery, AL; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1868H4undersizedHead-Quarters Sub-District of Alabama. Montgomery, Ala., March 6, 1868. General Orders No. 5 ... O.L. Shepherd, Colonel 15th Infantry, Bv't Brig. Gen'l, USA, 1868
Publisher: Montgomery, AL; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1868L3Land agency. The undersigned offers his services to the public in the capacity of general land agent and commission merchant... J. H. B. Shackleford, 1868
Publisher: Albany, GA; lands in Cherokee County and South Western Ga.
 
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BRO1868P4undersizedPeople's Press -- Extra. St. Valentine's Day. February 14, 1868. ... L.V. Blum, 1868
Publisher: Salem, NC; 32 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1868R57Roll of the Oglethorpe Light Infantry. Company "A" Savannah, GA, 1868
Publisher: Savannah, GA: Savannah News and Heral Print; known throughout the war as Company B, 8th Regiment Georgia Volunteers, Anderson's Brigade, Hood's Division, Longstreet's Army Corp, Army Northern Virginia; from the Margaret Branch Sexton collection
 
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BRO1868R58undersizedRooms Executive Committee Union Republican Party of Georgia, W.M. Moore, Secretary. J.E. Bryant, chairman. Atlanta, Ga,. October 14, 1868. Voters of Georgia! The elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Nebraska have gone for the Republicans by considerable majorities, 1868
Publisher: Atlanta, GA; Forms part of the Henry P. Farrow papers; 23 x 22 cm
 
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BRO1868R6Roster of Officers & Civil Agents, on duty in the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands. ... Office Assistant Commissioner, State of Georgia, 1868 November 1
Publisher: Atlanta, GA; Includes name, rank, station, duty, jurisdiction; George Wagner collection
 
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BRO1868S3undersizedSavannah. By R.J. Larcombe. Below the Carolina, just inland from the sea, 1868
Publisher: Savannah, GA; 27 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1868S4undersizedSheriff Sale. Will be sold before the Court house door in the town of Sparta on 1st Tuesday in October, 596 acres of land more or less ...., 1868
Publisher: [Hancock County]; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection
 
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BRO1868S5Speech of Ex-Gov. Joseph E. Brown, of Georgia, delivered in the National Republican Convention, at Chicago, 1868 May 20
Publisher: [Atlanta, GA]; Felix Hargrett Collection
 
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BRO1868T6To the people of Georgia! Washington, DC, April 7, 1868. The undersigned, having been constituted a committee by the Constitutional Convention of Georgia ... Foster Blodgett, J.R. Parrott, 1868
Publisher: Washington, DC; Hargrett Gift
 
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BRO1868T65To the people of Pickens & Gilmer Counties! [Reconstruction Acts and Grant and Colfax] by S.A. Darnel, Jr. and James M. Ellis, 1868
From the E. Merton Coulter Collection
 
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BRO1869A7undersizedAthens Foundry and Machine Works. Athens, Ga. Established 1850. Tyler's Improved Patent Turbine Water Wheel, 1869
Publisher: [Athens]; 18.8 x 22.1 cm
 
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BRO1869C6Commissioner's sale of four tracts of land in Rockbridge County, Va. ... situated on Collier's Creek, and known as the "Gold Tract." ... J.G. Steele, Com'r., 1869
Publisher: Rockbridge, VA; Felix Hargrett Collection
 
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BRO1869E3Edwin M. Stanton. Editor Republican: Your remarks on the doom of Edwin M. Stanton, though more independent than those of the press generally, are nevertheless too gingerly for my taste, 1869
Signed "A Victim" written by G. B. Lamar; Gazaway Bugg Lamar Collection
 
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BRO1869G4undersizedGeneral agency of Jos. E. Johnston & Co., corner Bryan and Drayton sts. Savannah, GA. Sept. 1st, 1869
Publisher: [Savannah : Jos. E. Johnston & Co]; insurance; 22 x 29 cm
 
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BRO1869G6Gov. Bullock's reply to the treasurer and the treasurer's rejoinders!, 1869
Publisher: Atlanta
 
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BRO1869H4undersizedHephzibah High School, male and female, 1869-1871
Publisher: Augusta, GA : Chronicle & Sentinel Job Print; Hephzibah reports, Education; 20 x 15 cm
 
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BRO1869N6undersizedNotice. The sale of the "Bratton's Run" ... will take place to-day in front of the Court house at 12 o'clock. J.G. Steele, Com'r., 1869
Publisher: [Rockbridge, Co., VA.]; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; 21 x 15 cm
 
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BRO1869P4Plan of the contemplated murder of John Campbell, 1869
Publisher: Big Poplar, North Carolina; Lynching, Ku Klux Klan; includes an engraving of the scene
 
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BRO1869P6undersizedProspectus for vol. 32 of Georgia Reports by George N. Lester published by J.W. Burke & Co., Macon GA, 1869
Publisher: Macon, GA; 13 x 22 cm
 
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BRO1869S28S.M.F. College, Covington, GA. Commencement Day 1869. Programme, 1869
Publisher: Covington, GA : Examiner Print; Southern Masonic Female College; Hargrett Gift
 
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BRO1869S3undersizedSavannah Volunteer Guards. 67th Anniversary [invitation], 1869
Publisher: [Savannah, GA]; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO1869T7A Trip to the Falls. To the ladies of our party, these of necessity hastily written lines are respectfully inscribed--C. ..., 1869
Publisher: Athens, GA; Misses Emma Huger, Callie Cobb, Saida Bird, and Lucy Cook. The gentlemen acccompanying were Messrs. Henry Jackson, W. E. Bird, and E. Y. Clarke.
 
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BRO1869Y6undersizedYoung ladies' boarding and day school. Mrs. E.L. Murray, formerly of Stateburg, S.C. will open a boarding and day school ... Mrs. E.L. Murray, or Rev C. Dowe, 1869
Publisher: Griffin, GA; 3p; 25 x 20 cm
 
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BRO186xA6Let us Forgive, But Not Forget. Dedicated to my Fellow-Survivors and to all Sons of Veterans, in Memory of 14,000 Martyrs who perished in Andersonville Prison Stockade and Hospital, circa 1860-1869
Publisher: Shoeber & Carqueville, Lith. Co., Chicago; Prisions, Andersonville, includes key to figures with the hospital and stockade; by Felix LaBaume, image by G. F. Keller
 
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BRO186xA63Andersonville Prison, 1860s
Published by Historical Printing Society
 
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BRO186xB5Bird's-Eye View of Andersonville Prison from the Southeast, circa 1860-1869
Publisher: [GA]
 
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BRO186xC6undersizedDaily Sun Office. Columbus, Ga __ 186_. Agency of Bank of Savannah.... [blank check], circa 1860-1869
Publisher: Savannah, GA; 7 x 20 cm
 
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BRO186xC8undersizedCumberland's Crew/ Oh,shipmates come gather and join in my ditty/ It's of a terrible battle that happened of late, circa 1860-1869
Publisher: San Francisco : Bell & Company; song; Cumberland ???
 
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BRO186xG6undersizedGrand skedaddle of the rebel editor of the Savannah "Republican," James Roddy Sneed!, circa 1860-1869
Publisher: n.p.; Sneed, James Roddy; 32 x 21 cm
 
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BRO186xI5undersizedIn memoriam. Behind this stone is laid for a season, Albert Sydney Johnston,..., circa 1860-1869
Publisher: n.p.; 22 x 14 cm
 
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BRO186xP6Pope's convention for this state -- its character and illegality, circa 1860-1869
Florida, consitution; Gen. Pope and State Senatorial Districts
 
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BRO186xR4undersizedRev. Dr. Mell. The spirit of the following letter from President Mell .... Harmony and Union among Georgia Baptists..., circa 1860-1869
Publisher: Athens, GA; Georgia Baptists; 25 x 10 cm
 
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BRO186xR64undersized Mother, is the Battle Over, 1960s
Publisher: A. W. Auner
 
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BRO186xS72undersized"Stonewall" Jackson, A. Sentinel ...., circa 1860-1869
Publisher: n. p.; Moore, Rev. Dr.; Jackson, Stonewall; 20 x 13 cm
 
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BRO186xS7undersizedState of Alabama, ___ county. Know all men by these presents... we are held and firmly bound unto the President and Directors of the Mobile and Girard Rail Road Company, circa 1860-1869
Publisher: n. p.; Mobile and Girard Railroad Company; 27 x 22 cm
 
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BRO186xT6undersizedTo the voters of Lumpkin County: The timely and well calculated article for G.F.P. ... For subscription in the Dahlonega and Gainesville Railroad..., circa 1860-1869
Publisher: n. p.; 35 x 15 cm
 
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BRO186xW3undersizedWake Nicodemus. Words and Music by Henry Clay Work. Nicodemus, the slave was of African birth/And was bought for a bagful of gold/, circa 1860-1869
Publisher: Providence, R.I. : T.B. Stayner; song; Slavery; spiritual
 
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BRO186xW4undersizedWhat Longstreet fears (as sung by the "wild cats" of Co. B, 10th N. J. Vols.), circa 1860-1869
Publisher: Washington, D.C.; "Wild Cats" of Co. B, 10th N.J. Vols; 24 x 15 cm
 
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BRO1870A4undersizedAlbany News ... Extra Address of Hon. Nelson Tift and campaign appointment, 1870
Publisher: Albany, GA; Forms part of the Felix Hargrett collection; 25 x 17 cm
 
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BRO1870A7undersizedAthens, Ga. ______ promise to pay to the Athens Foundry and Machine Works [blank form], circa 1870
Publisher: Athens; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection; 27 x 20 cm
 
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BRO1870B8undersizedButler's Premium Cotton Tie ... For sale by Brigham, Holst & Co., circa 1870
Publisher: n.p. : Pelican print; Forms part of the Dudley M. Hughes papers; 28 x 21 cm
 
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BRO1870C6undersizedCox & Cox, Attorneys at law, general claim agents ..., 1870
Publisher: Boston; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection; 2p.; 8 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1870F5undersizedI've banished the holly this glad Christmas Day ..., circa 1870
Publisher: n.p.; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection; 9 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1870F6undersizedFrom the gardens of Isaac Buchanan, circa 1870
Publisher: New York; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection; 7 x 9 cm
 
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BRO1870G4George's Hall! Monday evening, June the 27th, 1870. Select entertainment given by the scholars of 'Young ladies' high school', 1870
Publisher: [Griffin, GA] : Middle Georgian Office Print; Education
 
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BRO1870G6undersizedGriffin Male Institute. Report of attendance, deportment and scholarship of [W.M. White] .. for the two months ending on the [12] day of [March?], 1870 ..., 1870
Publisher: Griffin, GA : Griffin Semi-weekly Star Lightning Power Press Print
 
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BRO1870H6undersizedHon. Amos T. Akerman opposes prolongation. To the Public..., 1870
Publisher: Atlanta, GA; 22 x 16 cm
 
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BRO1870M3[Georgia Mistrel] Mark the time and prepare for the coming of the monarchs of fun & music...., circa 1870
 
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BRO1870M4Memorial poem, read by Rev. L.C. Vass, at the Lee Memorial Services, held in the Baptist Church, Newbern, NC, Thursday, November 3rd, 1870
Published by the Ladies of the Memorial Association for the Benefit of the Cause; Printed at Richardson's Job Office, Newburn, NC; Felix Hargrett Collection
 
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BRO1870O4undersizedOld established stand, of C.B. Hatch & Co., Ketcham, Litchfield, & Brady importers of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, circa 1870
Publisher: New York; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection; 7 x 10 cm
 
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BRO1870P6Prize designs for fret sawing, circa 1870
Publisher: New York : Henry T. Williams; Howell Cobb Collection
 
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BRO1870P62undersizedProgramme. Music ... [includes debate - Are the sexes equal in mental capacity], circa 1870
Publisher: n.p.; 25 x 14 cm
 
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BRO1870T6To the people. The session of Congress which has just terminated ..., circa 1870
Publisher: Washington; Advertisement for the Daily Union, Weekly Union, Congressional Register; Howell Cobb Collection
 
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BRO1870T8undersized299 Broadway, N.Y., March 21, 1870... Gents Furnishing Department... Braisted & Dougherty, 1870
Publisher: New York; Forms part of the E. Merton Coulter collection; Advertisement, Retail, Fashion
 
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BRO1870Y8undersizedYou are cordially invited ... to see the picture of "The Arched Tree" [art exhibit, painting by Miss Alexander], circa 1870
Publisher: Charleston; Forms part of the Howell Cobb collection; 23 x 12 cm
 
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BRO1871A8undersizedAtlanta University Report of Board of Visitors...Atlanta, GA, June 28, 1871 ... Atlanta University Examination [race and education]
 
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BRO1871C6undersizedCommencement exercises of the Indiana Medical College, Indianapolis, Indiana. February 24th, 1871
Publisher: Indianapolis, IN; 22 x 14 cm
 
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