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1   "Friends' Historical Association." An appeal
2   "博鰲亚洲论坛"成员国国情及对华关系 : Members of Boao Forum for Asia and their relations with China
3   "左聯"紀念集, 1930-1990
4   (Circular.) Sir,--We beg leave to inform you that a society has been formed in this city : of which the object is to discourage the use of ardent spirits, and which has had such success as to encourage to perseverance and to increasedexertions
5   (Confidential.) Trenton, New Jersey, June 27th, 1865 : To the field officers of the Veteran Reserve Corps: Believing that the time has now come when the interests of our corps demand a thorough organization of all officers having at heart the welfare of the corps
6   (In pursuance of authority delegated to the Board of Agriculture by Chap 24 of Acts of 1862, agricultural societies receiving the bounty of the state are required to make use of the following form, and be governed by its conditions, in the mode of ascertaining the amount of crops entered for premium ...
7   1864. National Teachers' Association : Sixth session of the National Teachers' Association; Ogdensburgh, N.Y., August 10th, 11th and 12th, 1864. Programme of exercises
8   1865. American Institute of Instruction : The thirty-sixth annual meeting of the American Institute of Instruction will be held in New Haven, Conn., at the Music Hall, on the 8th, 9th, and 10th days of August, 1865. The board of directors will meet at the New Haven House on the 8th, at 11 o'clock, A ...
9   1865. National Teachers' Association. Seventh session : The seventh session of the National Teachers' Association will be held at Harrisburg, Pa., in the hall of the House of Representatives, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the 16th, 17th and 18th days of August 1865. Order of exercises
10   50 Wall Street, N.Y. February, 1851 : Sir:--I take leave to enclose you a copy of the prospectus of the World's Fair Art Union. If you can promote the sale of shares on the terms mentioned in the prospectus, the Committee of Management will be glad to avail themselves of your services
11   Acts and regulations of the Society of Clerks to His Majesty's Signet
12   Address by Francis Lieber, chairman of the council's committee on addresses, read at the meeting by their request : It is just and wise that men engaged in a great and arduous cause should profess anew, from time to time, their faith and their resolution, and pledge themselves to one another and to ...
13   Address delivered before the Law Academy of Philadelphia, on the opening of the session 1831-2
14   An address delivered before the Philanthropic and Eumenean Societies of Davidson College, North Carolina, by Rev. J. Jones Smyth, A. M., of Greensboro, N.C. on Wednesday, August 8, 1855
15   Address of the board of managers of the United Foreign Missionary Society : to each minister connected with the General Assembly, with the Reformed Dutch, and the Associate Reformed Churches
16   Address of the State Committee to the cities of the commonwealth : The Massachusetts State Temperance Committee beg leave to address their fellow citizens in the cities of the commonwealth in relation to the execution of the prohibitory liquor law
17   Address of the Troy Typographical Union No. 52 : July 4th, 1865
18   American Art-Union, 322 Broadway, New York : Officers for 1846. ... Committee of management. ... The AmericanArt-Union, was incorporated by the legislature of New-York, for the promotion of the fine arts in the United States
19   The American Art-Union, 322 Broadway, New-York, for the promotion of the fine arts in the United States, was incorported in 1840--is managed by gentlemen without compensation--and pursues the following plan
20   The American Art-Union, incorporated by the legislature of New-York in 1840, for the promotion of the fine arts in the United States, will distribute in the city of New-York, on the 20th December next, several hundred choice paintings ... besides other works of art, by American and resident artists
21   American Art-Union. New-York, January 2, 1852 : The committee of management of the American Art-Union having postponed the distribution, invite your attention to this circular
22   American Bureau of Mining Information for Utah. Salt Lake City,March [blank], 1872 : The existence of rich and extensive mines of silver and other metals in Utah, and the very general inquiry among business men and capitalists, both in this country and Europe, for reliable information in regard to t ...
23   American Institute of Instruction : The course of lectures for the present year will be delivered at Worcester,Mass., in the following order, viz
24   American Institute of Instruction : The forty-first annual meeting of the American Institute of Instruction will be held in Worcester, Mass., at Mechanics' Hall, July 27, 28, and 29 [1870]
25   American Institute of Instruction : The thirtieth annual meeting of the American Institute of Instruction will be held in New Bedford, Mass., on the 23d, 24th, and 25th days of August. The exercises will be as follows
26   American Institute of Instruction : Thethirty-first annual meeting of the American Institute of Instruction will be held in Boston, at the Tremont Temple, on the 21st, 22d, and 23d days of August. The board of directors will meet on the 21st, at 11 o'clock, A.M. The public exercises will be as follo ...
27   American Institute of Instruction : Thetwenty-first annual meeting of the American Institute of Instruction, will be held at Northampton, Mass., on the 13th, 14th, and 15th, of August, 1850
28   American Institute of Instruction : Thetwenty-ninth annual meeting of the American Institute of Instruction will be held in Norwich, Conn., on the 17th, 18th, and 19th days of August
29   American Institute of Instruction, 1860
30   American Institute of Instruction. Annual meeting, Boston, August 21, 22, and 23 [1860] : Perkins Institution for the Blind, on Broadway, South Boston
31   American Institute, New-York, March 31, 1854 : Sir, The American Institute of the City of New-York, having been for the last twenty years engaged in the formation of a library, which now amounts to about seven thousand volumes ... are desirous to render the same more valuable and extensive, by the c ...
32   American Medical Association. Annual meeting, Boston, Tuesday, May 1, 1849
33   American Tract Society, instituted in Boston in 1814 : Books for soldiers. Testimonials. For the purpose of making arrangements for the systematic distribution of books and tracts among our soldiers, the depositary of this society, Mr. N. Broughton, Jr., visited Washington with samples ... The follo ...
34   The American Tract Society, New York, to its patrons and friends, especially in New England : The American Tract Society at Boston has recently dissolved the connection which for thirty-four years has existed between it and the American Tract Society at New York. It is admitted that this separation ...
35   American Tract Society. John Tappan, Esq., president : 34th anniversary, at Tremont Temple, May 31, at 7 1-2 o'clock, P.M
36   American Tract Society. Thirty-seventh anniversary, at Tremont Temple,on Wednesday evening, May 28th, 1851, at 7 1/2 o'clock
37   Amherst College, Aug. 13th, 1857 : Brother in Alexandria: Dear Sir:--Through the munificence of Hon. Samuel Williston, the literary societies have been provided with new halls, and a necessity long felt has thus been met
38   Amherstburg Mission school house : After due notice, a meeting of citizens of Amherstburg village, Malden & Anderdon townships, convened in consequence of certain publications appearing in periodicals, Elijah Valentine, deacon, was called to the chair, and Mr. Rice, missionary, was appointed as secr ...
39   Ancient law : its connection with the early history of society, and its relation to modern ideas
40   Anniversary of Congregational societies, Tremont Temple, Thursday, May 28, 1874
41   Anniversary of the Boston Branch of the National Society for Popular Education at the West, at Tremont Temple, on Tuesday, May 30th, 1854, at 9 o'clock, A.M
42   Anniversary of the Salem Charitable Mechanic Association : Order of exercises at the South Meeting-House--on Thursday , Oct. 1, 1835
43   Annual circular of the Montezuma Society : On the 14th day of September, 1855, the anniversary of the occupation of the City of Mexico by the American Army, a number of officers who had served during the Mexican War assembled, as previously notified by general circular, at Delmonico's in this city, ...
44   Annual circular of the Trenton Typographical Union, No. 71 : Trenton, N.J., May 1st. 1875. To cor. secretary: I herewith submit to you a list of officers and members in good standing
45   Annual exhibition of the Medford Literary Institute, at the Town Hall,Thursday eve'g, March 20, 1856
46   Annual exhibition of the Medford Literary Institute, at the town hall,Thursday evening, Mar. 22, 1855
47   Annual meeting of Middlesex Co. Temperance Soc'y, and mass temperance convention : The ex. com. of the M.C.T. Society, in connection with the State Temperance Committee, give notice that a mass temperance convention will be held at the townhall, Concord, on Tuesday, Sept. 26, 1854, at 9 o'clock, a.m
48   Annual report and Oxford letter
49   Annual report of the Massachusetts Temperance Union : The annual meeting was held May 25, 1841, in the Odeon; John Tappan, Esq., president, in the chair
50   Annual report of the North Carolina Live Stock Associations held
51   Answer to a letter from the secretary of a society for political instruction, formed by working men : asking for advice on the conduct of such institutions
52   Apollo Club of Boston. Annual election, Oct. 3, 1871 : For musical director. B.J. Lang
53   Apollo Club of Boston. Annual election, Oct. 3, 1871 : For president. Hon. John P. Putnam
54   An appeal from the State Fair Association of the Women of Maryland, for the benefit of the Christian and Sanitary Commissions, to the patriotic in the other loyal states. :bHaving engaged in a great enterprise for national objects, the women of Maryland look for encouragement from other loyal states ...
55   Appeal to the friends of peace in the United States : The eminent success which attended the Peace Congress at Paris in August last ... have determined the friends of the cause to hold a similar congress at Frankfort on the Mayne, in Germany, the ensuing August. ... For the purpose of devising the m ...
56   Appeal to Vermont to rally at the name of Washington, and make his home and grave the people's property
57   Archives of occupational therapy
58   Arrangements for the Wistar Association for 1831, 1832
59   Art Institute of Chicago Museum studies (Chicago, Ill.)
60   Associated agricultural convention : At a meeting of the board of trustees for the Norfolk Agricultural Society,held at Dedham, January 28th, 1851, the following proposition was adopted: "That the president and secretaries be a committee to mature and adopt a plan for a convention of delegates from ...
61   At a meeting of citizens from various parts of the county of Middlesex held at Concord on the evening of March 14, 1832, to consider the expediency of forming a county temperance society, it was resolved, that "it is expedient to form a county temperance society;" and a committee appointed for that ...
62   At a meeting of the ladies who are to take tables at the Bunker Hill Monument fair, holden at Mrs. G. Darracott's, on the afternoon of Saturday, Aug. 22, 1840, the following regulations were adopted by unanimous consent
63   Athenæum lecture : A lecture will be given in the town hall, on Tuesday eve'g, 7th inst., by Rev. G.B. Willcox
64   Athenæum lectures! : The lecture on Tuesday eve'g, Jan 10, will be by Rev. Rollin H. Neale, of Boston. Commencing at 7 1-2 o'clock, precisely
65   Athenæum lectures! : The lecture on Tuesday eve., Jan 3d, will be by Rev. T. Starr King, of Boston. On Tuesday evening, Jan. 10, by Hon. Anson Burlingame, of Cambridge, commencing at 7 1-2 o'clock, precisely
66   Athenæum lectures! : The lecture on Tuesday even'g, Jan. 17, will be by Elihu Burritt, commencing at 7 1-2 o'clock, precisely
67   Athenæum lectures. Postponed! : Instead of Tuesday evening, Feb. 7, the next lecture, the last of the course, will be given on Friday evening, February 10th, by George Sumner,Esq., of Boston
68   Athenæum, 108 Fifth Avenue, New York, May 1, 1860 : A reception will be given at the club house, on Thursday evening, May 10th, 1860, at 7 1/2 o'clock, when a paper will be read by Mr. Ralph Waldo Emerson
69   The bachelor's guide to life in London : with its saloons, clubs, ball, concert & billiard rooms, theatres, casinos,comical clubs, exhibitions, debating societies, and all gaeties that posses "a local habitation and a name;" useful sporting information, boxiana, gymnasia, etc. : to which is added a ...
70   Beacon Hill Monument : Boston, November, 1864.Dear Sir,--At the annual meeting of the Bunker Hill Monument Association, on the seventeenth of June last, as appears by the records. Messrs. William W. Wheildon, Robert C. Winthrop, Frederic W. Lincoln, Jr., J. Huntington Wolcott and Dr. Winslow Lewis, ...
71   Beth Hacma Hall, Atlanta Classical College for Young Ladies, July13th, 1868 : Hon. [blank] Dear Sir: You were this day unanimously elected an honorary member of our society. Our object is improvement--moral, social and intellectual. The means of attaining that object is reading and study. Books are ...
72   Boston branch Mechanics' Mutual Benefit Association. Office nos. 9 & 10 Foot's Building, Springfield, and 92 State Street, Boston, Mass : Accumulated cash capital,--$15,000 ... By the payment of the following annual rates, you ... will be entitled to a weekly benefit during life, if you should be di ...
73   The Boston free press, to be published twice a week : ... It will be devoted to news, business and free discussion. The doings of the state and national legislatures, ship news, foreign intelligence and domestic affairs will be given at large
74   Boston Master Printers' Association : Extracts from the regulations
75   Boston Music Hall Association : Treasurer's report. In the financial statement of the treasurer, made at the last annual meeting of the association, the total amount received by him from every source, except income, to the 1st of June, 1853, was stated to be--$155,057 67
76   Boston Musical Fund Society : The committee representing the government and council of advice of the Boston Musical Fund Society, would respectfully call the attention of the community to their proposed series of public rehersals and concerts for the ensuing season. This association is now in the si ...
77   Boston Philharmonic Society : Fourth concert, Saturday evening, January 27, 1844
78   Boston Philharmonic Society : Second concert, Saturday evening, December 23, 1843
79   Boston [blank], 185[blank] : Sir, The trustees of the "Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture," are requested to meet at [blank] on Saturday, the [blank] inst. at half-past 1 o'clock
80   Boston [blank], 185[blank] : Sir, The trustees of the "Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture," are requested to meet at [blank] on [blank] the [blank] inst. at half-past 1 o'clock
81   Boston, 18[blank] The Association of Merchant Tailors of which you are a member, meets at on Monday evening next ... clerk
82   Boston, Jan. 9, 1841 : Dear Sir: Last evening a new temperance society was formed, and officers were chosen. You were elected a member of the executive committee, for Ward [blank]. The first meeting of this committee will be holden on Monday evening next, at the room over Whipple & Damrell's, 9 Corn ...
83   Boston, Jan. [blank] 1839 : Dear Sir:-- Herewith is the constitution of an association of the Democratic young men of this city, just formed for the following purposes, viz:--
84   Boston, July 29, 1857 : At a meeting of the executive committee of the American Tract Society, this day, the following minute was unanimously adopted:--Whereas, the American Tract Society at New York adopted, at its last annual meeting, a report of a special committee, embracing certain resolutions, ...
85   Boston, June 24, 1828 : Reverend and Dear Sir,The Executive Committee of Massachusetts Episcopal Sunday School Society, have taken the liberty to transmit to you the constitution of their society, and request your co-operation in the promotion of their objects. ... : Constitution of the Massachusett ...
86   Boston, October, 1842 : Sir, As it is absolutely necessary, to enable the government of the Massachusetts Washington Total Abstinence Society to publish reports and other documents, and to spread far and wide the great cause of total abstinence ... you are, therefore, most respectfully requested to ...
87   Boston, [29 Sep 1808] The members of the Brattle-Street Social Singing Society, will meet at [Mr Coffins So. Bennet St] on Friday evening ...[Tho. Burley] Sec'ry
88   Boston, [blank] 1793. Rev. Sir, In a country, where agriculture is the pursuit of the largest proportion of its inhabitants, every species of information that tends to its improvement, is of seriousimportance
89   Botson, Dec. 17, 1857 : Sir, You are hereby notified that the New England Historic-Genealogical Society will hold its annual meeting for the choice of officers and the transaction of other business, at the room of said society, no. 5 Tremont Street, in this city, on Wednesday, January 6, 1858, a thr ...
90   The boy and his gang
91   Brattleboro, March 23, 1847 : Rev. and dear Sir:--You probably have learned through the public prints that Ex Gov.Slade of Vermont, has undertaken an agency in behalf of national popular education, in connection with a number of gentlemen of different religious denominations at Cincinnati. These gen ...
92   Brief (Phi Delta Phi)
93   Brooklyn City Tract Society : Brooklyn, January 26, 1858. Dear Sir:--A meeting of the Brooklyn City Tract Society, for the election of officers; amending the constitution and transaction of other business, will be held at the lecture room of the First Presbyterian Church, Remsen Street, (Rev. Mr. Va ...
94   Brooklyn, N.Y., May 25, 1864 : Hon. Henry Barnard, Dear Sir: In accordance with your request, I will now endeavor to give you a few reminiscences of the early history of ourN.Y. State Teachers' Association
95   Bulletin of the Australian Mathematical Society
96   Bunker Hill Monument : A public meeting of the ladies who are disposed to aid in the patriotic object of the fair for completing the unfinished monument on Bunker Hill, will be held at the South Hall of the Town House, in Worcester, on Monday next, August 24,at 7 o'clock of the evening
97   Bunker Hill Monument : An exhibition of the articles prepared by the ladies of the county of Worcester, for the fair to aid in completing the monument to the memory of the dead ... will be held at the South Hall of the Town House in Worcester, on Thursday, the 3d day of September next, at 10 o'clock ...
98   Bunker Hill Monument : The ladies ofWorcester, are invited to meet at the South Hall of the Town House,to-morrow (Thursday) afternoon, August 6, at 5 o'clock, to adopt measures for aiding in the completion of the monument on BunkerHill
99   Bunker Hill Monument Association : Reverend Sir, The committee of the directors of the Bunker Hill Monument Association, regarding the exploits of our fathers on the memorable 17th of June, 1775 ... have thought that the day of the annual thanksgiving would furnish an appropriate occasion of present ...
100   Bunker-Hill Monument : The ladies and gentlemen of Cambridge are requested to meet at the hall of the Middlesex High School, on Friday evening next July 31, at 7 o'clock, to adopt measures for co-operating with the ladies of Boston, and the directors of the Bunker-Hill Monument Association, raise a ...
101   The buzz about bees : biology of a superorganism
102   By a vote of the Medical Society at their annual meeting on the 4th inst. the recording secretary was directed to procure to be printed two hundred copies of the subjoined report, and forward copies to the counsellors of the several districts
103   By the M.E. supreme archon: A proclamation : I, James Young, M.E. supreme archon of the Order of Heptasophs, orS.W.M., in the United States of America ... Greeting ... I do hereby issue this my proclamation, convoking the M.W. Supreme Conclave in regular annual communication in the city of Cincinnat ...
104   By-laws of Lowell Cricket Club, for 1858 : Preamble: The object of this association, being for the exercise and amusement of its members, in acquiring skill in the noble game of cricket, it adopts for its government, the laws of the Marylebone Cricket Club, of London, together with the following by- ...
105   By-laws of Loyal National League
106   Cambridge Athenæun [sic] : The building erected by this institution will be dedicated on Tuesday evening, Nov.4th [1851]. The order of exercises will be as follows
107   Cambridge, July 5, 1858 : The proposed purchase of Mt. Vernon is an object of interest to every American. Old and young, rich and poor, learned and uneducated, all hope for its success, and wish to aid it. The organization of the "Ladies' Mt. Vernon Association of the Union" is now complete. ... The ...
108   A card : "Letters to the members of the American Tract Society, on the tract controversy, by the Boston secretary," having been widely circulated, and copies having been sent in packages from the tract house in Boston, the undersigned, who are members of the executive committee of the American Tract ...
109   Celebration of the 147th anniversary of the birth of BenjaminFranklin : Printers' banquet, under the direction of the New-York Typographical Society, in aid of the Printers' Free Library, on Monday evening, January 17th, 1853, at Niblo's rooms
110   Charity organization societies : as presented by the Committee on Organization of Charities in Cities at the National Conference of Charities and Correction, Boston, July 26th, 1881
111   Charter and by-laws of the Icarian Community
112   Charters, constitution and by-laws of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union
113   Chicago Christian Union. Mass meeting, at Crosby's Opera House, Sunday evening, Oct. 27, 1867 at 6 1/2 o'clock
114   Christian herald--extra. June 1, 1831 : Postmasters will confer a special favor ... by handing the following circular to the presidents or secretaries of the county and local temperance associations in their respective neighborhoods. ... To the officers and managers of temperance societies throughou ...
115   Christmas, 1875 : Brookline Social Circle. Fifth regular meeting, on Wednesday evening, December 22, '75. At the chapel and parlors of Harvard Church
116   The Cincinnati Horticultural Society. Organized on the 20th of February, 1843 : Officers. R. Buchanan, president ... The number of members has increased at every weekly meeting since the organization of the society, altogether beyond the expectation of its friends; and ... there is no doubt it will ...
117   Circular : Charlestown, 8th Oct. 1832. Sir, The annual meeting of the Middlesex County Lyceum has been appointed by the curators to be held on the 24th instant, at Watertown
118   Circular : The ladies of the sewing circle of the Edwards Church and Society, in Saxonville, will hold their annual festival on Christmas day, & day following, at the town hall, also, the evening of the above days
119   Circular : The Mishawum Literary Association would call the attention of the reading community to the many advantages they may receive by becoming members or subscribers to their library
120   Circular : The Seaman's Friend Society of Philadelphia, designs ... to render such assistance to seamen, either belonging to, or visiting this port, as ... shall best conduce to their present and eternal interests
121   Circular : The second report of the Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Sewing Society
122   Circular : The Worcester County Horticultural Society will hold its thirteenth annual exhibition of fruits, flowers,and vegetables, in Horticultural Hall, Front Street, Worcester, Mass.,on the 22d, 23d, and 24th of September inst
123   Circular : To all whom it may concern.-- The following vote is extracted from the secretary's records of the proceedings of the "Washington Temperance Society of Worcester," (Mass.,) and was passed at one of its regular weekly meetings, held at the town hall on Saturady evening last. ... Voted,--Tha ...
124   Circular : Your attention is respectfully asked to the following report of a meeting of citizens, held on the 22d ultimo, to consider in what way permanent and efficient aid may be rendered to the Washington Total Abstinence Society
125   Circular from the executive committee of the State Fair for Our Dumb Animals, to be held in Boston during the two weeks after Thanksgiving : Referring to the previous circulars issued by the society, announcing the fair and showing the basis of its work,the executive committee desire to say that the ...
126   Circular letter : Sir: A large number of gentlemen, from different parts of the county of Essex, assembled ... at Topsfield, on Wednesday, the 30th of December last [1829], to consult together concerning the formation of a county lyceum. At this meeting, the following resolutions were passed
127   Circular of the state temperance societies, to the citizens of the United States : Fellow-citizens, We want your aid in a great work. Not your money, nor your time, nor the sacrifice of any real interest. We want your names, with the pledge and the influence which is attached to them
128   Circular of the United States Agricultural Society : To the friends of agriculture: The undersigned, president and secretary of the United States Agricultural Society, in behalf of said body, respectfully invite the friends of agriculture, in all the states and territories, to join their national or ...
129   Circular. American Art-Union rooms, New-York, Jan. 1845 : The American Art-Union, now in the 6th year of its existence, was incorporated by the legislature of New-York, for the promotion of the fine arts in the United States
130   Circular. Amherstburg Mission, May 11th, 1854 : To friends of this mission, in behalf of self-colonized fugitives. Many may not understand our work, & the object aimed at in soliciting aid for persons of color reaching this country
131   Circular. Boston, July 4, 1840 : At a meeting of the directors of the Bunker-Hill Monument Association, on the 25th ultimo, it was voted ... to receive and solicit subscriptions, and to procure funds in every mode they may deem most expedient, to complete the monument. Under the authority conferred ...
132   Circular. Indianapolis, Ind. March 24th, 1859 : Sir: At a meeting held in the State House at Indianapolis on the 23d of February, 1859 the Indiana Historical Society, which was incorporated in 1831, was re-organised and placed on a permanentbasis. The officers of the society, for the year 1859, are- ...
133   Circular. National agricultural convention : Whereas the Massachusetts Board of Agriculture, at its meeting held in Boston, January 14, 1852, requested its president to enter into correspondence with the presidents of state and other agricultural associations on the expediencey of calling a national ...
134   Circular. National agricultural convention : Whereas the Massachusetts Board of Agriculture, at its meeting held in Boston, January 14, 1852, requested its president to enter into correspondence with the presidents of state and other agricultural associations on the expediencey of calling a national ...
135   Circular. Philadelphia, Jan. 5, 1830 : Rev. Sir, The Society for Discouraging the Use of Ardent Spirits, request permission to call your attention to a subject of the deepest importance to your fellow citizens
136   Circular. Providence, January 31, 1838 : At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Rhode-Island Historical Society ... Voted and resolved, that a committee, consisting ofMessrs. Staples and Webb, be appointed to report what farthermeasures, if any, it may be advisable to adopt for the purpose of ...
137   Circular. Providence, R.I. Nov. 1, 1830 : At an adjourned meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Rhode-Islund [sic] Historical Society ... Voted and resolved, that Messrs, Parsons,Staples and the secretary, be a committee to request of the delegation of this state in Congress, to use their influenc ...
138   Circular. To the friends of popular education in the United States : You have already been apprized, through the public press, of the existence of an association in the state of Ohio,for the promotion of popular education, and of the acceptance by the undersigned, of an invitation to act as its agen ...
139   Circular. To the patrons and friends of the "Ladies' Society for the Promotion of Education at the West." : The union between this society and the National Society for the Promotion of Popular Education is now consummated
140   Circular. To the people of Tennessee : At the last meeting of the Historical Society of the state, the undersigned were appointed a committee to prepare and issue a circular address to the people of Tennessee, in behalf of the general objects of this association. ... We, therefore, appeal earnestly ...
141   Circumpolar lives and livelihood : a comparative ethnoarchaeology of gender and subsistence
142   CIRIEC-España
143   Citizens' Union caucus : The loyal legal voters of Dorchester, irrespective of party politics, who are opposed to the domination of secret political societies, and who are in favor of a wise and economical administration of town affairs, are invited to meet at the town hall, on Thursday evening, Mar ...
144   Clinton Rural Art Society : ... This society is composed of gentlemen residing in Clinton, Oneida Co., N.Y., who are specially interested in the theory and practice of horticulture. Its monthly meetings for discussion and social enjoyment, are held at the homes of its members, in rotation
145   Co-operatives in a global economy : the challenges of co-operation across borders
146   Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society. The attention of those who feel an interest in the study of American history, is invited to an arrangement proposed to extend the circulation of the Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society : Of these Collections, twenty-four volumes ha ...
147   The committee on the first literary reunion and exhibition, by the class of 1863, beg leave to announce that the entertainment will take place at Mercantile Hall, on Thursday evening, April 28th, 1864 ... Chas. F. Pidgin, secretary
148   Concord, May 30, 1842 : Dear Sir:--The Middlesex County Temperance Society holds its annual meeting at Concord, on Thursday June 9th, at 10 o'clock, a.m
149   Conservatory of art and science : At a second meeting of gentlemen interested in the proposed conservatory of art and science, held at the library of the Boston Society of Natural History, on Friday, March 11, at 7 1-2 o'clock, Hon. Marshall P. Wilder in the chair; the committee appointed at the fir ...
150   Constitution & by-laws of Abington [i.e. Abingdon] Association of Settlers
151   Constitution and by-laws of the Farmers' Educational and Co-operative Union of America : to govern North Carolina
152   Constitution and by-laws of the Grand Order of the Anti-Horse Thief Society of Missouri
153   Constitution and by-laws of the Old Colony Poultry Association, organized May 22, 1874, at Brockton, Mass
154   Constitution and by-laws, of the M.E. Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Indian Territory : also the by-laws for the government of subordinate chapters, in Indian Territory
155   Constitution for an auxiliary society
156   Constitution of the American Peace Society
157   Constitution of the Female United Friendship Society, of Savannah, formed 2d April, 1840
158   Constitution of the Fitzwilliam Association for the Promotion of Temperance : Adopted Jan. 1, 1830
159   Constitution of the grand and subordinate orders of the A.H.T.A. of Missouri
160   Constitution of the Maternal Association
161   Constitution of the Mothers' Maternal Association, Chelsea, Orange County, Vermont
162   Constitution of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society
163   Constitution of the Pennsylvania Society for the Promotion of Manufactures and the Mechanic Arts
164   Constitution of the Roger Williams Female Foreign Mission Society
165   Constitution of the Society for the Promotion of Christianity inIndia
166   Constitution of the Vermont Horticultural Society
167   Constitution of the Worcester Conference of Congregational (Unitarian)and Other Christian Societies
168   Constitution, by-laws and prospectus of the Historical Society of Idaho Pioneers
169   Cooperating congregations : portraits of mission strategies
170   Cooperative firms in global markets : incidence, viability and economic performance
171   La cooperazione sociale nell'area metropolitana fiorentina : una lettura dei bilanci d'esercizio delle cooperative sociali di Firenze, Pistoia e Prato nel quadriennio 2004-2007
172   Creating networks in chemistry : the founding and early history of chemical societies in Europe
173   Dear Sir, The American Institute of Instruction will hold their annual session in Worcester, on Thursday, Aug. 24th, and continue their meetings (excepting Sunday) until Tuesday following, inclusive
174   Dear Sir, The American Peace Society ... is endeavoring to do away the custom of war
175   Dear sir, you are rspectfully invited to attend a meeting of the Massachusetts Society for the Suppression of Intemperance, at the Representatives' Chamber, on Friday evening, June 3d ... Boston, June 1, 1831. ... [Hon. Edward Everett]
176   Dear Sir: Will you please see that the following constitution for a county temperance organization is thoroughly circulated among the friends of temperance and the liquor law, in your town, for their signatures and subscriptions
177   Decoration Day! Tuesday, May 30, 1871 : To the people of Mt. Holly, Wallingford and vicinity: The fourth anniversary of decorating the graves of the loyal soldiers and sailors of the Union is approaching, and the committee of arrangements of Farragut Encampment, Post No. 27, Department of Vermont, G ...
178   Detroit, Mich., August 24th, 1864 : [blank] Sir: At the Convention of Delegates from Western LiteraryAssociations, held in this city on the 23d instant, the following associations were represented ... The convention determined to effect a permanent organization for the purpose of securing by organiz ...
179   An die Bürger des Freistaates Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, den 18ten Juni, 1830 : Die Pennsylvanische Mässigkeit-Gesellschaft, ängstlich besorgt um den Fortgang der wichtigen von ihr unternommenen Sache--einzuhalten die Fortschritte des tödlichen Lasters der Unmässigkeit
180   The discussions of the convention
181   E.H.S.A. First annual literary reunion, of the class of 1863. At Mercantile Hall, Summer St. Thursday evening, May 5th, 1864. ... Committee. Wm. F. Gill
182   Each name on this list is entitled to one premium oil painting as awarded by the National Art Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio
183   Eighth annual report of the American Temperance Society : To the head of each family in New Hampshire. Respected friend--By the liberality of a number of benevolent gentlemen ... the committee of the New Hampshire Temperance Society are enabled to present you a copy of the last report of the Am. Tem ...
184   Eleventh annual exhibition of the literary class of the Boston Young Men's Christian Association, in Tremont Temple, Wednesday evening, May 17, 1865. ... Committee of arrangements. John W. Titus
185   Embodied sporting practices : regulating and regulatory bodies
186   Engineering societies in the agents world III : third international workshop, ESAW 2002, Madrid, Spain, September 2002 : revised papers
187   Engineering societies in the agents world V : 5th international workshop, ESAW 2005, Toulouse, France, October 20-22, 2004 : revised selected and invited papers
188   Engineering societies in the agents world VI : 6th international workshop, ESAW 2005, Kuşadasi, Turkey, October 26-28, 2005 : revised selected and invited papers
189   Engineering societies in the agents world VIII : 8th international workshop, ESAW 2007, Athens, Greece, October 22-24, 2007 ; revised selected papers
190   Entertainment of the Berkeley Literary Association, on Tuesdayevening, February 12, 1863
191   An essay on the subject proposed by the Royal Irish Academy, viz., "An essay on the nature and influence of the ancient Irish institutes, commonly called Brehon laws : and on the number and authenticity of the documents whence information concerning them may be derived : accompanied by specimens of ...
192   ET journal
193   Eucleia song : Air--"Alma mater."
194   European clinics in obstetrics and gynaecology (online)
195   The exemption from local rates of scientific, literary, and artistic societies
196   Exeter, Nov. 30, 1838. Sir,--A meeting of the Phœnix Fire Society will be holden at the Exeter Coffee House on Tuesday the 4th of December ... Nathan Jewett, Clerk
197   Exhibition! : The Westminster Young People's Literary Society, will give a public exhibition, in the town hall, in Westminster, on Tuesday ev'g, March 14. Among other exercises will be represented a woman's right convention!
198   Exhibition. Eunomian Literary Society of Clay Seminary, Thursday p.m.,June 18, 1863
199   Exhibition. Eunomian Literary Society. Of Clay Seminary. Thursday, July 10, 1862
200   Experiment and natural philosophy in seventeenth-century Tuscany : the history of the Accademia del cimento
201   Expose of a secret society den : Motto. K. K. K. Ker, Kai, Kephele ... President,--A.S. Marshall; vice presidents, seniors in alphabetical order. Freshman initiation, Friday, July 14, 1858. G. Ross, reg'r
202   Extract from the periodical circular of the American Temperance Society : The effect of ardent spirit in producing sickness and death, may be seen by the following statements,viz
203   Faith in reading : religious publishing and the birth of mass media in America
204   Fifty-fifth anniversary of the Massachusetts Home Missionary Society, in the Tremont Temple, on Tuesday evening, May 30, 1854, at 7 1/2 o'clock
205   Fire company : We, the subscribers, hereby agree to associate together as a fire company, and do hereby pledge our faith to each other, to use every lawful exertion, to preserve the property of each other from destruction by fire, and agree to observe the following rules & regulations
206   Fireman's festival. Sir, the pleasure of your company with ladies, is respectfully solicited to attend a supper to be given in honor of Victor Engine Company, no. 1, of Natick, by Niagara Engine Company,no. 3, of South Framingham, at Joseph Fuller's Mansion House, on Thursday evening, Feb. 6th, 1851 ...
207   Fireman's festival. Sir,--the pleasure of your company with ladies is respectfully solicited to attend a supper, at Waverley Hall, South Framingham, on Thursday evening, Feb. 5th, 1852. ... Committee of arrangements. W. Howe, W.G. Roberts
208   Firemen's festival. ... Joseph Fuller's Manson House, SouthFramingham, on Wednesday evening, Feb. 6th, 1850. ... committee of arrangements: C.H. Barber, Harrison Eames, Gilman Fuller,
209   First anniversary of the Everett Literary Association : at the Assembly Buildings, s.w. corner of 10th and Chestnut Sts. Philadelphia. On Thursday, Feb'y 8th, 1855, at 7 1/2 p.m
210   The first annual report of the Massachusetts Washington Total Abstinence Society, June 1, 1843
211   First day of March! Grand rally : Worcester County temp. convention! On Wednesday, March 1st. Will be held in the City Hall, of Worcester, to commence at 10 o'clock, a.m. a convention of the friends of temperance, for Worcester County, to consider what the exigencies of the cause now demand, and to ...
212   First exhibition of the Everett Literary Association at Mercantile Hall, Thursday evening, April 23, 1857
213   First journal and early history of the Woman's Relief Corps, Department of Colorado and Wyoming, 1884-1886
214   First triennial festival of the Worcester County HorticulturalSociety, at Horticultural Hall, Worcester, Mass. Friday, October 1, 1852,[.]
215   Fitchburg Agricultural Society! Incorporated March 30, 1852 : The annual meeting of the members of the Fitchburg Agricultural Society, will be held at the old town hall, on Tuesday, February the 8th, at 2 o'clock, p.m., to act upon the following articles
216   Fitchburg Athenæum : Lecture on Tuesday evening, Jan. 25, by R.H. Dana, Jr., Esq., of Boston. On Tuesday evening, Feb. 1st, by W.P. Whipple, Esq., of Boston
217   Fitchburg Athenæum lectures : The thrid regular course of twelve weekly lectures, will commence Thursday evening, Nov. 16th, 1854. Introductory by Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, of Brooklyn, N.Y
218   Fitchburg Athenæum lectures! : A course of twelve lectures will be delivered before this association, the current winter. The introductory lecture will be by Rev. Mark Hopkins, D.D., president of Williams College, on Tuesday evening, Dec. 21, at the Calvinistic Congregational Meeting-House. On Tues ...
219   Fitchburg Athenæum! : The 11th lecture on Tuesday evening, March 1, will be by the Hon. John G. Palfrey, of Cambridge ... The closing lecture of the course will be on Tuesdayeve., March 8, by the Rev. Samuel Osgood, of New York City
220   Fitchburg Athenæum! : The lecture on Tuesday eve., Feb. 8, will be by Theodore Parker, of Boston. On Tuesday eve., Feb. 15, by Oliver W. Holmes, M.D., of Boston. On Wednesday eve., Feb.23, by Hon. John J. Gilchrist, of Charlestown, N.H. Tuesday eve., March 8, by Rev. Samuel Osgood, of New York City
221   Fitchburg Musical Association : Preamble. We, the undersigned, with the view of associating ourselves together for the purpose of mutual improvement and gratification in the study and practice of musical performance, do agree to abide by, and be governed by the following consitition
222   Floral decoration of soldiers' and sailors' graves, in Mount Auburn : Headquarters Encampment John A. Andrew, Post 15, Grand Army of the Republic, Mason & Hamlin's Building, 154 Tremont Street, Boston. On Saturday, May 29th, the Grand Army of the Republic throughout the United States are to engage i ...
223   The following memorial of the Harmony Fire Company of Philadelphia was on Tuesday, Feb. 23d, 1858, presented to the Senate and House of Representatives of Pennsylvania, and referred to the Committee on Corporations : To the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the state of Pennsylvan ...
224   For president. William B. Calhoun, Springfield, Mass : Vice presidents. James G. Carter, Lancaster, Mass
225   For the [blank] Address to the public : The undersigned members of "The American Committee for a Congress of Nations" being a joint committee representing three associations for the cause of peace--desire to present to the public a view of the value and practicability of the object for which they ar ...
226   The Forensic of Pi Kappa Delta
227   Forty years of fraternity legislation : being the minutes of the several conventions of the Beta Theta Pi, a college fraternity, from 1839 to 1879
228   Fourth anniversary of the Universal Peace Union, Dodworth Hall, no. 806 Broadway, New York : Fifth month (May) 26th ... and 27th ... 1870
229   Fourth annual circular of the Montezuma Society : The society met at Delmonico's, in the city of New York, on the 14th of September, 1858
230   Fourth annual fair and exhibition of the Sagadahoc Agricultural Society, will be held at Topsham, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, Oct. 12, 13, & 14, 1858
231   Fourth exhibition in Mercantile Hall, Thursday evening, Feb. 17, 1859
232   Fourth public meeting of the Salem Union League, at Mechanic Hall, Monday evening, May 11th, 1863
233   Franklin County Agricultural Society : Order of exercises, Thursday, Sept. 24, 1857
234   Fraternity of the Twenty-eighth Congregational Society : First anniversary, at Mount Vernon Hall, Friday evening, April 22, 1859
235   Free exhibition of the Andover Horticultural Society
236   Freemasonry : The citizens of Boston are respectfully informed, that all those who wish to hear and see what the boasted secrets of Freemasonry are, can now have an opportunity at the lower Julien Hall, at the reduced price of 25 cents for each visit to the lodge ... Tuesday evening, October 26 ... ...
237   From guest workers into Muslims : the transformation of Turkish immigrant associations in Germany
238   G.A.R. By-laws of Post No. 10, District Number 8. Passed June 27,1867 : We, the undersigned members of Post No.10, District No. 8, Department of Massachusetts, "Grand Army of the Republic," duly mustered and enrolled according to the regulations of the G.A.R., do hereby bind ourselves to each other ...
239   Government of the Massachusetts Legislative Temperance Society for 1847. George N. Briggs, president. John Reed, Samuel C. Allen, William B. Calhoun, Ebenezer Bardbury, Vice Presidents. Thomas Briggs, Recording Secretary
240   Government of the Massachusetts Legislative Temperance Society for 1848
241   Government of the Massachusetts Legislative Temperance Society for 1848. George N. Briggs, President. ... Thomas Gill, Recording Secretary. Richard W. Bayley, Cor. Secretary and Treasurer. Calvin Shepard, George S. Boutwell, ... executive committee
242   Grand Army fair : Catalogue of thecuriosities, relics, and mementoes, comprising the collection to be found in the Police Museum
243   Grand Division of the Sons of Temperance, state of Massachusetts : Stoughton, May 22, 1858. Brothers of the Division: On the 8th inst., copies of the quarterly journal, containing the proceedings of the April session, were sent to each division, and your attention is particularly called to the sever ...
244   Grand Division Sons of Temperance. State of Massachusetts : Office of the Grand Scribe, 14 Bromfield Street. Boston Sept. 20, 1873. To the division:--Brothers and sisters:--You are hereby notified that the thirtieth annual session of the Grand Division, will be held in Mechanics' Hall ... Boston, on ...
245   Grand National Council chamber, Washington, Jan. 1, 1864 : Brothers: Here upon the threshhold of a new year, it is fitting that we briefly survey the past and fearlessly contemplate and prepare for the new duties and responsibilities so soon to press upon us
246   Guide to the code of ethics for nurses : interpretation and application
247   H.M.A : Dear Sir: At a meeting of the Harvard Musical Association, on the 17th inst., specially called to hear the report of a committee raised at the last annual meeting, on the subject of a musical journal, it was unanimously resolved: "That we heartily approve the plan of our associate, Mr. John ...
248   Hampstead Total Abstinence Phalanx : Preamble.Whereas, we, citizens of Hampstead, knowing the fatal effects, which intemperance has had upon our community and with a sincere desire to suppress it by all moral means, and believing that an association for that purpose would be very essential in the pr ...
249   Handbook for the study of the United States
250   Head-quarters Department of Mass., Grand Army of the Republic, Boston, June 7, 1869. General orders, no. 6 : I. The Head-quarters of this department have been removed to no. 129 State Street, to which place all communications should beaddressed
251   Headquarters Department Mass. Grand Army of the Republic, (Room 11) 50 Bromfield St. Boston, May 16th, 1868. General orders No. 7 : In transmitting General Orders No. 11, Grand Army of the Republic, to the posts of this department, thegrand-commander deems it unwise to prescribe any uniform manner o ...
252   Headquarters Grand Army of the Republic, Adjutant General's Office, 411 F Street : Circular no. 3. Washington, D.C., February 14, 1870. When the House of Representatives of the United States authorized and appropriated money for the publication of the annual records of the memorial ceremonies had at ...
253   Headquarters Grand Army of the Republic, Quartermaster General's Office, Washington, February 18, 1870 : Circular no. 2. The annexed cut represents the badge of the Grand Army of the Republic, as adopted at a special meeting of the National Encampment, held in New York City on the 27th and 28th days ...
254   Heptasophs or S.W.M. By the M.E. supreme archon. A proclamation : We, Wm. E. Foster, M.E. supreme archon of the Order of Heptasophs or S.W.M. in the United States of America, and the jusisdiction thereunto appertaining, unto our well-beloved brethren, the officers and members of the order throughout ...
255   Heptasophs or S.W.M. By the most eminent supreme archon. A proclamation : We, William E. Foster, M.E. supreme archon of the Order of Heptasophs or S.W.M., unto our well-beloved brethren, the officers and members of our order throughout the globe, send greeting ... Know ye, that the time for the annu ...
256   Heptasophs or S.W.M. M.W. Supreme Conclave. Office of M.W. Supreme Secretary, Baltimore, May 25, 1872 : To [blank] ... Dear Sir and Brother: Enclosed please find the blank reports for term ending June 30, prox. I would request that the same be made out and forwarded to me before the session in July. ...
257   Heptasophs or S.W.M. M.W. Supreme Conclave. Office of M.W. Supreme Secretary, Baltimore, May 26th, 1876 : By direction of the Supreme Conclave the attention of all grandconclaves, grand encampments, and encampments under the direct jurisdiction is called to the following amendments to the constituti ...
258   Heptasophs or S.W.M. Officers & members annual communication of 1871. James Young, Md. M.E. supreme archon
259   Heptasophs, or S.W.M. M.W. Supreme Conclave, Office of M.W. Supreme Secretary : Baltimore, January 20th, 1872. To all M.E. grand archons, W. supreme ephors, and the officers and members of subordinate conclaves, greeting: Know ye that the Supreme Executive Committee does hereby establish and ordain ...
260   Heptasophs, or S.W.M. M.W. Supreme Conclave, Office of M.W. Supreme Secretary : Baltimore, January 20th, 1872. To all M.E. grand commanders, W. supreme ephors, and the officers and members of subordinate encampments, greeting: Know ye that the Supreme Executive Committee does hereby establish and or ...
261   Heptasophs, or S.W.M. Office of M.W. Supreme Secretary, Baltimore, October 7th, 1871 : To all R.W. grand scribes and W. supreme ephors: Brethren:--I have the honor to inform you that the revised German ritual and the Funeral service (English) are now ready. ... Prices to grand conclaves. ... Prices ...
262   Heptasophs, or S.W.M. Office of M.W. Supreme Secretary, no. 114 W. Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Dec. 28, 1872 : To the M.E. grand commanders, M.E. grand archons, and W. supreme ephors, greeting: Know ye, that the M.E. supreme archon hereby directs that the officers of no encampment or conclave shall ...
263   Hingham Agricultural and Horticultural Society : ... Election of officers. Wednesday, Nov. 5th, 1873
264   Historical sketch of the formation and achievements of the Women's National Indian Association in the United States
265   A history of the Society of Writers to Her Majesty's Signet : with a list of the members of the society from 1594 to 1890 and an abstract of the minutes
266   Howard Benevolent Society : The annual meeting of this society was held at Concert Hall on the evening of Tuesday the 28th ult. The following gentlemen were elected officers for the year ensuing
267   Il ronzio delle api
268   In pursuance of a resolution of the Philadelphia Society for Bettering the Condition of the Poor : we enclose, for your examination, the first annual report of the agent of thesociety
269   Information resources in toxicology
270   Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's travels
271   Journal of enterostomal therapy
272   Journal of ET nursing
273   Journal of philosophical studies
274   Journal of the American Geographical and Statistical Society
275   Justice and the poor : a study of the present denial of justice to the poor and to the agencies making more equal their position before the law : with particular reference to legal aid work in the United States
276   Juvenile celebration : The children of Worcester having formed a Juvenile Temperance Society, propose having a temperance celebration on Saturday, the third day of July next
277   Keystone (Charleston, S.C.)
278   Ladies' Mount Vernon Association of the Union : The purchase of Mount Vernon as a national possession has been before the public, in various shapes, for many years
279   The law of fraternities and societies : ... with special reference to their insurance feature
280   The law of land societies, with withdrawable and transferable shares : and the law of co-operative banks and ofco-operative societies, generally, under the Industrial and Provident Societies Act, 1876 : with a digest, alphabetically arranged, of recent legal decisions in connection with the formatio ...
281   The law of social and beneficial associations in Pennsylvania
282   The law of unincorporated associations : and similar relations
283   The law of unincorporated associations and business trusts
284   The law relating to public libraries & museums and literary and scientific institutions : with much practical information useful to managers, committees and officers of all classes of associations and clubs connected with literature, science, and art,including precedents of bylaws and regulations : ...
285   League of Nations (Boston, Mass. : Online)
286   Learned publishing
287   Lectures on the early history of institutions
288   A letter to the Common Council and Livery of the city of London, on the abuses existing in Newgate : showing the necessity of an immediate reform in the management of that prison
289   The Liquor traffic : Gov. Briggs ontemperance. The Massachusetts Legislative Temperance Society held its first meeting for the season, on the evening of Wednesday, January 17,1849, in Representatives' Hall
290   List of full and associated members of the Boston Musicians' Relief Fund Society, 1871
291   List of members of the 57 and 59 Regt. Association : According to a vote of the association this list is sent out. Members are requested to make note of any changes that may occur previous to our next re-union, and to notify the secretary thereof so that invitations may not be missent
292   List of members of the Active Fire Club : Arranged in the order of admission. 1858
293   List of members of the Active Fire Club : Arranged in the order of admission. 1863
294   A list of the Royal Society
295   A list of the Royal Society
296   A list of the Royal Society
297   A list of the Royal Society
298   A list of the Royal Society : His sacred majesty King Charles II founder and patron
299   A list of the Royal Society : His sacred majesty King Charles II. founder and patron
300   A list of the Royal Society : His sacred majesty King Charles II. founder and patron
301   A list of the Royal Society : His sacred majesty King Charles II. founder and patron
302   A list of the Royal Society : His sacred majesty King Charles II. founder and patron
303   A list of the Royal Society : His sacred majesty King Charles II. founder and patron
304   A list of the Royal Society : His sacred majesty King Charles II. founder and patron
305   A list of the Royal Society : His sacred majesty King Charles II. founder and patron
306   A list of the Royal Society : His sacred majesty King Charles II. founder and patron
307   A list of the Royal Society : His sacred majesty King Charles II. founder and patron
308   A list of the Royal Society : His sacred majesty King James II
309   A list of the Royal Society : His sacred majesty King James II
310   A list of the Royal Society : His sacred majesty King James the II
311   A list of the Royal Soc[iety] : His sacred majesty King James II
312   Literary Adelhi. Mr. [Mc Duffe] Dear sir: you are hereby cordially invited to become an active member of the Literary Adelphi. ... [E.W. Pirter, S.H. Cole, G.S. Blanchard], committee. New Hampton, N.H., [Feb 21,] 186[1]
313   Literary contest between the Phrenakosmian & Philomathæan Societies ofPennsylvania College. 1845 : Order of exercises
314   Literary exercises of the fifteenth annual convention of the Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity : Church of the Divine Unity [New York], Thursday, Dec. 27, 1860
315   Literary honors of the two freshmen societies from the class of 1849, in which Delta Kappa was established, to the present time
316   Literary honors of the two freshmen societies from the class of 1849, in which Delta Kappa was established, to the present time
317   Live and let live! : The third annual convention of the New England Labor Reform League will be held in Eliot Hall, cor. Eliot & Tremont Sts., Boston, Sunday & Monday, Jan. 22d and 23d, 1871
318   Maguinnis guards
319   Maguinnis guards
320   Maine State Agricultural Society. List of premiums, 1868 : The following is a correct list of premiums awarded at the seventh exhibition of the Maine State Agricultural Society, held at Portland, October 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th, 1868. S.L. Boardman, secretary. Seth Scamman, president
321   Malacologist
322   Managing politics and Islam in Indonesia
323   Marketing the sports organisation : building networks and relationships
324   Massachusetts Horticultural Society. Boston, 183[blank] Sir, you are respectfully requested to attend a meeting of the committee ... By order. Chairman
325   Massachusetts nurse
326   Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture : Boston [blank] A meeting of the trustees will be held at [blank] on [blank] the [blank] day of [blank]
327   The Massachusetts Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge : [Three lines of quotation] The annual sermon ... will be delivered on Wednesday morning, May 30 ... in the Park Street Church, by the Rev. Samuel Green, of Boston
328   Mathew Institute : Sir: We beg leave to call your attention to the objects of the above named society. The society was established some three years since, and has the honor of being founded by the benefactor of his race, the Very Rev. Theobald Mathew. The institution is a literary one, based upon th ...
329   Mechanic Association. A meeting of the Mechanic Association will be held on Thursday evening, the 19th instant, at 7 o'clock; at the Chamber of the Representatives, in the Old State House. ... [Mr. Elijah Lewis] Boston, [March 9th] 180[1] [James Phillips] secretary
330   Mechanic Association. A meeting of the Mechanic Association will be held on Thursday evening, the [15th] ... at [Mr Mareans Tavern] ... [John B. Hammatt] secretary. Boston, [10 March] 180[4]
331   Mechanics Hall : Grand concert on May-day evening, Tuesday, May 1st, 1860, by the Worcester S.S. SingingSociety, numbering 275 voices, A. Whiting--director, assisted by the National Union Band, M. Arbuckle, leader
332   Mechanics Society committee room, March 1832 : Sir, We respectfully invite your attention to the annexed report ...and also to the fact of the recent purchase by the society, of theBoy's High School in Crosby Street and the 4 lots belonging therto [sic] for $20000, for the purpose of carrying into f ...
333   The Medaler's song : To the tune Of these copperheads all, I pray you beware!
334   Medical library and historical journal
335   A meeting of the trustees of the Worcester Agricultural Society will be held at the Brick Court House, in Worcester, at 11 o'clock a.m. of the 25th inst
336   Meeting this evening : Sir, The idea of forming a society for the improvement of the city of Philadelphia, has been suggested at various times
337   The members of an association in the English High School, distinguished by the name of the "Scholars' Club," : beg leave to submit to their friends ... the following statement
338   The members of the Worcester Agricultural Society, will hold their annual meeting, for the choice of officers, and the transaction of such other business ... the 19th of April, 1849
339   Memoir of a visionary : Antonia Pantoja
340   Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology
341   Memorial Service. Encampment S.C. Lawrence, Post 66, G.A.R., at the Unitarian Church, Sunday, May 30, 1875, at 7 o'clock, p.m
342   Memorial to the legislature of Massachusetts, in relation to a conservatory of art and science : The undersigned, a committee appointed by citizens of the commonwealth, at a meeting held Feb. 18th, 1859, in the rooms of the Boston Society of Natural History, composed of individuals representing the ...
343   Mercantile Hall. Ballou Literary Association. Eighth annual entertainment, Wednesday evening, March 20, 1867. ... Committee. P.H. Pingrey
344   Middlebury College : Celebration of the Philomathesian & Beneficent Societies, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 1839
345   Middlesex Agricultural Society. Seventy-sixth annual cattle show, at Concord, Mass., on Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 4th and 5th, 1870 : Order of arrangements
346   Minutes of Council of the Mount Vernon Ladies Association of theUnion
347   Minutes of the proceedings of the Grand Council of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union at their meeting
348   Mishawum Literary Association : Order of exercises at City Hall, Charlestown, on Monday evening, April 15th, 1861
349   More brilliant than ever : Continued success of the Cosmopolitan Art Association. This popular institution, which is now in its sixth year of unparalleled success, has done more to disseminate art and literary taste throughout the country than any other means yet devised
350   Mount Auburn. Headquarters John A. Andrew Encampment, Post 15, Department of Mass., G.A.R : Wadman Hall, no. 176 Tremont Street. Boston, May 1, 1873. On Friday, the 30th inst., the Grand Army of the Republic are to engage in the beautiful ceremony of decorating with flowers the graves of brother sol ...
351   Mount Vernon : The ladies of the Mount Vernon State Committee of Virginia, and of the Central Committee of theUnion, residing in Richmond, desire to draw the attention of the women of Virginia to the efforts that are being made in many other states to raise funds for the purchase of Mount Vernon. .. ...
352   Musical Fund Hall : Opening meeting of the Bancroft Literary Union, September 13th, 1860. Programme
353   Names and residence of the members of the New-Hampshire Maternal Association of Clergymen's Wives, for 1848
354   Nashville, September 7th, 1857, Mrs. [blank] of [blank] County, is respectfully requested to act as agent of the Ladies Mount Vernon Association, to raise money by subscription throughout her county, for the purchase of the home and grave of George Washington ... thus following the example of Virgin ...
355   National circular of the several state temperance societies, to the citizens of the United States : Fellow citizens, We want your aid in a great work. Not your money nor your time, nor the sacrifice of any real interest. We want your names with the pledge and the influence which is attached to them
356   National directory of legal aid & defenders offices
357   National Teachers' Association : It is expected that the annual meeting of the National Teachers' Association will be held during the second week in August. A very general desire has been expressed that the meeting should be held at some eastern point, but unsuperable obstacles to this arrangement h ...
358   National Union Association : Hon. Edward Woodruff, president. ... Head quarters, no. 2 Bacon's Building, N.W. corner of Sixth and Walnut Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. ... To the citizens of Ohio: The National Union Association has been formed to respond to the appeal from Ohio soldiers of the Western a ...
359   New York, 28th August, 1855 : Sir: With a view to perpetuate the memory of the achievements of the American arms in the late war with Mexico, as well as to strengthen the social tie between those officers who were participants in that memorablecontest, it is in contemplation to organize a society, t ...
360   New York, January, 1858 : Dear Sir: The coming anniversary of the birth-day of Washington, will be celebrated by the Order of United Americans of this state, in accordance with their usual custom, on Monday, February 22nd next, at the Academy of Music, in this city, when an oration will be delivered ...
361   New York, January, 1861 : Dear Sir: The Order of United Americans in this state intend to celebrate, in accordance with their established custom, the coming anniversary of the birthday of Washington, at Niblo's Garden, in this city, on the twenty-second day of February next, and they respectfully in ...
362   New-England Women's League, for Diminishing the Use of Luxuries During the War : Boston, July 4, 1864. We, the undersigned, women of the United States, impelled by a deep sense of the peril of our beloved country, and of the sacrifices and sufferings of our brave soldiers, yet abating not a jot of o ...
363   New-York Association for the Advancement of Science and Art, rooms--Cooper Institute, 2d floor : Meetings of the association, third Monday of each month. Meetings of sections, weekly.Embracing papers, discussions and conversations, at 7 1/2, PM
364   New-York Philharmonic Society : 1857 1858 Academy of Music, Saturday evening, January 9, 1858. Sixty-second concert
365   New-York Philharmonic Society : 1857 1858 Academy of Music, Saturday evening, November 21, 1857. Sixty-first concert
366   New-York, February 1st, 1855 : Dear Sir: The Order of United Americans, in this state, have made arrangements to celebrate, in accordance with their usual custom, the coming anniversary of the birth of Washington, by a public procession, and an oration, by the Hon. Thomas R. Whitney, at the Academy ...
367   New-York, October 1, 1820 : Dear Sir, Your attention is respectfully requested to an association of scholars for the purpose of improving American literature
368   New-York, October 1, 1820 : Dear Sir, Your attention is respectfully requested to an association of scholars for the purpose of improving American literature
369   Newbury-port, [December 26th] 178[6]. The Fire- Society (of which you are a member) meet at Mr. [Nathan Hoyts'] ... Bishop Norton, Clerk. To [Mr. Edmund Sweat]
370   Newburyport, [June 28th,] 1791 The Alert Fire- Society (of which you are a member meet at Mr. [Moses Davenports'] ... Bishop Norton, Clerk.To Mr. [Edmund Sweat]
371   The North Carolina Federation of Women's Clubs
372   The Northborough Horticultural Club will hold its seventh annual exhibition of flowers, plants, fruits and vegetables at Town Hall, on the 16th and 17th of September, 1874
373   Notice! : An adjourned meeting of the Middlesex South Agricultural Society, will be held in the Town Hall, Framingham, on Monday, the 6th day of Feb. next
374   An Ode written for the ladies' fair in aid of the Bunker Hill Monument fund
375   Office American Peace Society, no. 21 Court Square, Boston, Aug.,1846 : Sir, I take the liberty of sending you the enclosed tracts, of which I earnestly request your perusal
376   Officers of American Institute of Instruction for 1870 : President: Abner J. Phipps, Medford, Mass
377   Official directory of the women's clubs of Chicago
378   Oglethope University, [blank] 185[blank] : The members of the Phi-Delta Society of Oglethorpe University, take this opportunity of presenting to their friends and the friends of the university, and of education generally, the important object they have in view; (viz) the erection of a hall. The room ...
379   Old South Band of Hope : Benefit meeting for the orphan's home, Worcester, Dec. 7, 1858
380   Order of arrangements for meetings of the various societies for religious purposes, in the town of Hallowell : on the 25th, 26th and 27th of June, 1827. ... Trustees Maine branch A.E. Society, meet at the house of S.G. Ladd ... after which at the same place a meeting of the trustees of Maine Mission ...
381   Order of exercises at the first anniversary of the Bowditch Literary Association, at the Warren-Street Chapel, on Friday evening, January 19th, 1844
382   Order of exercises at the forty-sixth anniversary of the American Tract Society, at the Tremont Temple, May 30, 1860, at 7 1/2 o'clock, p.m
383   Order of exercises at the Old South Church, Sabbath evening, May 31 [1835], on the twenth-third anniversary of the Massachusetts Temperance Society
384   Order of exercises at the regular monthly meeting of the Old South Band of Hope, Worcester, March 29th, 1858 : The Old South Band of Hope is a juvenile society, which was organized July 25th, 1857, to promote the cause of temperance and good morals among children and youth
385   Order of exercises at the regular monthly meeting of the Old South Band of Hope, Worcester, May 10th, 1858 : The Old South Band of Hope is a juvenile society, which was organized July 25th, 1857, to promote the cause of temperance and good morals among children and youth
386   Order of exercises at the second exhibition of the Ciceronian Society on Monday evening, April 3, 1843, at 7 1/2 o'clock
387   Order of exercises at the soldiers' monument, Meeting-House Hill, Dorchester, on Memorial Day May 30th, 1870 : Under the direction of Encampment Benjamin Stone, Jr., Post 68, G.A.R
388   Order of exercises for the anniversary meeting of Ward Four Temperance Society, in the church in Green Street, Sabbath evening, March 15, 1835
389   Order of exercises for the celebration by the Essex HistoricalSociety : of the 197th anniversary of the landing of Gov. Endicott [i.e., Endecott] at Salem. September 6, 1825
390   Order of exercises for the eleventh anniversary of the Nashua Lit'y Institution, held at the town hall, Friday, Nov. 19th, 1847
391   Order of exercises for the inaugural night of the Salem Union League, at Mechanic Hall, Thursday, March 19, 1863
392   Order of exercises of the Essex Agricultural Society, at the First Congregational Meeting House, in Lynn, Thursday, October 1, 1846
393   Order of exercises of the Massachusetts Society for the Suppression of Intemperance : at St. Paul's Church [Boston], May 27, 1830
394   Order of exercises of the Pennsylvania State Teachers' Association, held at Meadville, August 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 1865
395   Order of exercises, at the Odeon, on Wednesday evening, September 20, 1837. On the occasion of the first fair and exhibition of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association
396   Order of performance, by the Harmonic Society, April 5, 1821
397   Order of performances for the anniversary celebration of the Franklin Typographical Society : at Concert Hall--Jan. 17, 1826
398   Order of services at the thirty-fifth anniversary of the American Education Society, at the Tremont Temple, Boston, May 26, 1851
399   Order of services on Bunker Hill, June 17th, 1875, the first centennial anniversary of the battle; by the Bunker Hill Monument Association. 1775-1875
400   Organizations and strategies in astronomy
401   The origin of the distinction of ranks, or, An inquiry into the circumstances which give rise to influence and authority, in the different members of society
402   The origin of the family, private property and the state
403   Our cause : Dedicated to the Albany Washingtonians
404   Peace Society Office, Elgin, Ill., December, 1874 : Mr. Editor, I send you some more paragraphs in relation to peace and war, which you will confer a favor by publishing from time to time as you may find room for them
405   Pecuniary wants and prospects of the American Education Society
406   People's Literary Institute of Philadelphia : Eighth course of lectures. 1860-61. Concert Hall
407   Periodical circular of the American Temperance Society : Dear Sir, The fourth and fifth reports of the American Temperance Society, contain the history of the temperance reformation in this and in other countries, an exhibition of the principles involved in it, and a statement of the facts by which ...
408   Philadelphia, April 6, 1826 : Sir, We respectfully request your serious attention to a subject of great public importance
409   Philadelphia, March 24, 1826 : The following letter and constitution are to be debated at half past five o'clock this evening, at the meeting of the Pennsylvania Society for the Promotion of Internal Improvement
410   Philadelphia, October 25, 1834 : We want help.As the Board of Managers of the Pennsylvania State Temperance Society,we are engaged in a work, second to none, we believe, in its benign influence upon the great interests of mankind
411   Philharmonic festivals : The directors of the Boston Philharmonic Society announce to the musical public of Boston and vicinity, that the last concert for this season, will be given at the Tremont Temple, Saturday eve'g, April 6, 1850. On which occasion the following distinguished artists will appea ...
412   Plan and object of the Cosmopolitan Art Association : The Cosmopolitan Art Association was organized June,1854, and is designed to encourage and popularize the fine arts and literature
413   Plan of constitution : Preamble. Whereas, the great opportunities and demands for Christian labor and consecration at this time, increase our sense of the obligations of alldisciples ... Article I. The Christian churches of the Unitarian faith here assembled unite themselves in a common body, to be ...
414   The prayer of one hundred thousand : Speech of Hon. Chas. Sumner on the presentation of the first installment of the emancipation petition of the Women's National League. In the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, February 9th, 1863
415   The Prince Society : This is an association of gentlemen, formed in Boston in 1858, for the purpose of publishing rare works, in print or manuscript, relating to America
416   Prince Society for Mutual Publication : Dear Sir: The Prince Society, of which you are a member, has sustained a serious loss by the late destructive fire in this city, on the 9th and 10th of November. We had at the time of its occurrence a volume in press to be entitled, "Sir William Alexander and ...
417   Printers' banquet : Celebration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of Benjamin Franklin, by the New York Typographical Society, in aid of the Printers' Free Library, on Thursday evening, January 17th, 1856, at the new city assembly rooms,446 Broadway
418   The Printers' Grant and Colfax Club : This organization was formed on the 1st day of August, 1868, for the following object, as stated in the constitution of the club
419   Proceedings in full of ... annual meeting
420   Proceedings of the ... annual convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association
421   Proceedings of the ... annual meeting
422   Proceedings of the ... biennial meeting
423   Proceedings of the Convention of delegates, held at Handsboro', Miss
424   Programme for the declamation exercise of the Mishawum Literary Association, February 5th, 1861
425   Programme of the declamation exercise of the Mishawum Literary Association : October 28th, 1861
426   Proposals for a new community : In these times of forming numerous societies and communities for the good of mankind and the advancement of peace and comfort in the world, the writer takes the liberty to propose the following, to wit: The society to be designated by no particular name, to have no pr ...
427   Proposed subscription for the erection of a granite lodge and a memorial hall to the Bunker Hill Monument : At the last annual meeting of the Bunker Hill Monument Association, the president referred, in his annual address, to the absolute necessity for such a structure in the following words
428   Prospectus of the Cambridge Co-operative Housekeeping Society : We, the undersigned, women of Cambridge, have associated ourselves together, with the consent and hearty good-will of our families, for the purposes of purchasing their food and clothing at more reasonable prices, and of getting their c ...
429   Public entertainment of the Mt. Vernon Association of Young Men, Monday, April 29, 1867. Mt. Vernon Chapel
430   Public exercises of Delta Kappa Epsilon at Bowdoin College, Thursday evening, Oct. 7th, 1869. President: J.H. Drummond. Music: Germania Band
431   Public rehearsal of the Dorchester Singing Society, on Tuesdayevening, April 24, 1855
432   Purchase of Mount Vernon : The following bill,amending the act incorporating the Mount Vernon Ladies Association of the Union, has unanimously passed both houses of the General Assembly of Virginia
433   Pythagoras' revenge : a mathematicalmystery
434   Qualitas plantarum, plant foods for human nutrition
435   Rally around the flag! Grand presentation of colors to Post 27, Grand Army of the Republic : C.W. Lincoln Association of Philad'a. will present to Post 27, G.A.R. a stand of national colors, Monday evening, Sept. 21, 1868, at Liberty Hall, Lombard St. below Eighth. ... Order of exercises
436   Report and Oxford letter
437   Report of proceedings of the ... National Convention of Working Girls'Clubs
438   Report of the ... conference
439   Report of the managers of the Suffolk Temperance Union : The managers of the Suffolk Temperance Union present no startling report, either of their work, or of the evils it seeks to remedy
440   Report of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union : The secretary of the Mount Vernon Ladies Association respectfully submits the following report of the present state of affairs
441   Report on Triad Societies in Hong Kong, August, 1964
442   Reports and realities from the sketch-book of a manager of the Rosine Association
443   Research centers directory
444   Revista colombiana de psiquiatría
445   Revista de oncología
446   Rhode-Island Society for the Encouragement of Domestick Industry : The state of Rhode-Island justly claims the honour of being one of the earliest seats of the mechanick arts, and of manufactures, on this side of the Atlantick
447   Rochester Athenæum, Young Men's Association : Arrangements, 1839--40. Library---periodicals---news-room, lectures,&c
448   Rooms of the Printers' Free Library, no. 3 Chambers Street. New York, February, 1854 : Respected Sir:--Believing that you feel an interest in any thing which promises well for the intellectual and moral improvement of our profession, we feel that we shall not trespass upon your time or patience, in ...
449   Rules & regulations of the Boston Intemperance Society : Founded February 1, 1831
450   Rules and articles of the Massachusetts Fire Society, instituted in Boston, April, 1797
451   Rules and premium list for the 10th annual exhibition of the New England Poultry Club, to be held in Mechanics Hall, Worcester, Mass., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, January 20th, 21st and 22d, 1874
452   Rules and regulations for the "Yamacraw Intemperance Society." : Founded Dec. 20, 1830
453   Rules and regulations for the Boston Intemperance Society : founded Feb. 1st 1830
454   The rules and regulations of the Franklin Fire Society : instituted at Boston, March 21, 1792
455   Salem, (Mass.) February 15, 1829 : Sir By direction of a committee of the Bunker Hill Monument Association I forward to you a copy of their proceedings, with a subscription paper.The committee trust you will find it convenient to aid ... their great and patriotic undertaking. ... Joseph E. Sprague, ...
456   Sandwich Islands, October 3, 1826. To the friends of civilization and Christianity : Whereas differences of opinion have arisen, respecting the objects and operations of this mission, we feel it incumbent on us to state publicly the ends at which we aim ...The general object of the American Board of ...
457   Savage childhood : a study of Kafir children
458   Scale of prices of the Baltimore Typographical Society, adopted December 3, 1831
459   Second anniversary of the Everett Literary Association ofPhiladelphia : at the Assembly Buildings, s.w.corner of Tenth and Chestnut Streets. On Friday, February 8th, 1856, at 8 o'clock, P.M
460   Second anniversary of the Universal Peace Society at Dodworths' Hall, New York, Friday, May 15th, 1868, commencing at 10 A.M., and continuing through several sessions
461   Second degree : obligation : first section
462   Second public meeting of the Salem Union League, at Mechanic Hall, Thursday evening, March 26, '63
463   Semper crescens. Sir: the pleasure of your company is requested at [Union Hall] on Monday evening, [June 8th 1863] at 8 1/2 o'clock. By request of society
464   Seventeenth anniversary of the American Institute of Instruction : The sessions will be held in the First Church, at Plymouth, Mass., on the 21st, 22d, 24th and 25th of August 1846
465   Share no. [blank]. Shares, $2.50. Templeton East Village Library Society. This is to certify that [blank] is enrolled a member of the Templeton East Village Library Society, and has subscribed and paid for one share of stock in said society, numbering [blank]transferable. Subject to the constitution ...
466   She was poor but she was honest
467   Sir, Desirous of opening a communication : with the committees of correspondence appointed by the county meetings throughout the state, to promote the all-important object of internal improvements ... we take the liberty to enclose a circular on the subject
468   Sir, The acting committee of "The Pennsylvania Society for the Promotion of Internal Improvement in the Commonwealth," : deeply anxious for the success of the grand measure of opening a communication between the eastern and western waters of the state ... beg leave respectfully to address you on the ...
469   Sir, The semi-annual meeting of the trustees of the Worcester County Agricultural Society, will be held at Wait's Temperance Exchange in Worcester, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of the first day of October next ensuing
470   Sir, We respectfully inform you that delegates for the proposed convention for internal improvements : have been appointed by the city and county of Philadelphia, and the counties of Chester ... We hope and trust, that you will make the necessary exertions to have a respectable delegation from yourc ...
471   Sir, We respectfully submit the annexed papers to your serious consideration : All good citizens must feel mortified and distressed at the horrible havoc made of morals, religion, and human happiness by the odious vice of intemperance
472   Sir, you are respectfully invited to attend the legislative temperance meeting at the State House on Wednesday evening, the 15th inst. ... Chas. Theo. Russell, Sec'y. January 13th, 1845
473   Sir: The first annual meeting of the United States Agricultural Society will be held in the Smithsonian Institute, Washington City, on Wednesday, the 2d day of February next : The importance of strengthening in its infancy an institution which has for its object the promotion of our national agricul ...
474   Skidmore Guard
475   Skidmore Guard
476   Social temperance party. (Union and fellowship.) The managers respecfully solicit the company of yourself and lady, to attend at A.A. Pond's Ball, in Clappville, on Friday evening, January 13, 1843. Capt. H.M. Paine, Henry B. Stone, Benj. Herrick
477   Society in Lynn for the Promotion of Industry, Frugality and Temperance : Believing intemperance in the use of ardent spirits to be the greatest evil which has ever visited our country
478   Soldiers' & Sailors' State Union : The following resolutions were adopted, with but one dissenting vote, by the Soldiers' and Sailors' Union of the State of New York at its convention at Syracuse, on the 19th of September, 1866
479   Sons of Temperance : Public meeting, at Tremont Temple, Oct. 21, 1863, under the auspices of the Grand Division of the Sons of Temperance of Massachusetts
480   The Southern tribute
481   Sovereigns of Industry. Union Council No. 71, of Somerville, Mass. Franklin Hall, No. 4 Union Square. Meet every Saturday evening, for the present : January 14, 1874, the first council was organized in Springfield, Mass., Nov. 18th, 1874, there is a national Grand Council, twenty state councils, and ...
482   The Springfield Maine Law League. Constitution : Preamble. It being evident that the Massachusetts anti-liquor law is to a great extent disregarded and violated in this city,and that some decided and efficient measures are necessary for its enforcement, we, the undersigned, hereby associate ourselve ...
483   St. Valentine's address to the fair of the ladies' sewing circle, Canton, Feb. 14, 1848
484   State Board of Agriculture, 1868 : Members ex officiis. His Excellency Alexander H. Bullock
485   State Board of Agriculture. 1866
486   State Historical Society rooms, Madison, Wisconsin, May 25th, 1858 : Dear Sir: The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, after mature deliberation, have deemed it best to memorialize Congress for a grant of lands for the benefit of historical and antiquarian societies of the Union. The accompanying ...
487   State of Maine. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two. An act to incorporate the Lincoln Agricultural and Horicultural Society : ... Pursuant to the requirements of the foregoing act of incorporation, we, the undersigned, do hereby call a meeting of the persons therein nam ...
488   Statue to General Joseph Warren : On the last anniversary of the battle of Bunker Hill, a letter was received by Dr.John C. Warren, one of the directors of the Bunker Hill Monument Association, from the Hon. Thomas H. Perkins, offering to contribute the sum of one thousand dollars toward the expense ...
489   Talking about terrorism
490   Tee-totalism, health, wealth, and happiness! : The undersigned having been appointed by the "Washington Temperance Society of Worcester," as a committee to cause to be printed another edition of the constitution and pledge of the same, briefly prefaced with such facts and suggestions as may be deeme ...
491   Temperance : 'The Pennsylvania Society for Discouraging the Use of Ardent Spirits," to the inhabitants of the city and county of Philadelphia: Fellow-citizens,--The success which has already attended the comparatively circumscribed labours of the society, in awakening public attention to the objects ...
492   Temperance association of Delaware County and Brandywine Hundred : Constitution. ... This association shall be called the Delaware County and Brandywine Hundred Temperance Union Association ... This society shall be auxiliary to the Pennsylvania state society
493   Temperance ball. ... Cummins & Putnam's Hall, on Wednesday evening, Nov. 28, 1849, ... Managers. Otis Farnum, Charlton. Col. Edmund Capen,J.L. Rice, ... Charlton, Oct. 27, 1849
494   Temperance convention : The friends of temperance in Massachusetts are requested to meet in mass convention in Tremont Temple, in Boston, on Wednesday, March 18th [1863], at 101-2 o'clock, a.m., there to consult together upon measures to check the alarming prevalence of intemperance in the state, an ...
495   Temperance convention! : Annual meeting. Half fare. The annual meeting of the Worcester North East District Temperance Union, will be held at Sterling, Wednesday, 13th inst
496   Temperance League, of the 25th Regiment, Mass. Volunteers : 1. The object of this association is to promote sobriety,good order, and efficiency in this regiment, and in the army of the United States
497   Tenth annual exhibition of the Excelsior Associates, in Baldwin Place Hall, Wednesday evening, January 23, 1867, assisted by the "Arion Quartette," and by Mrs. J.W. Adams
498   Third annual decoration of the heroes' graves, by the Grand Army of the Republic, Post No. One, William Logan Rodman Encampment, of New Bedford, Mass., Monday, May 30th, 1870 : Addresses by Hon. George Marston and Rev. Ellery Channing Butler
499   Third exhibition of the Everett Literary Association at Mercantile Hall, Wednesday evening, Dec. 8, 1858
500   The Third public rehearsal of the Dorchester Singing Society, will be given on Monday evening, March 20, 1854, at the vestry of Rev. Mr. Hall's church
501   Thirteenth annual exhibition of the literary class of the Boston Young Men's Christian Association, in Tremont Temple, Thursday evening, May 23, 1867 : assisted by the following musical talent, Miss Louise R. Adams, Mr. H.C. Barnabee. C. Henshaw Smith, pianist
502   Thomas Edgar Stillman Memorial Fund to Promote Legal Aid Services to the Poor : endowed by Edward S. Harkness
503   To all officers of temperance societies, and friends of temperance, in the commonwealth of Massachusetts : Gentlemen--The Massachusetts Society for the Suppression of Intemperance, has given to the temperance societies ... an invitation to send delegates to a convention to be held in Worcester
504   To the citizens of Kentucky : It is proposed,by the undersigned, to collect and preserve interesting facts, antiquities, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes and statistics of the resources and developments of Kentucky
505   To the citizens of Massachusetts! All and several!! : It is now about thirty two or three years since, the first temperance movement was set on foot in the state of Massachusetts
506   To the citizens of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, June 18, 1830 : The Pennsylvania Temperance Society, deeply solicitous for the success of the important cause in which they are engaged ... respectfully solicit for this address the serious attention of the friends of good order, of ...
507   To the honorable the legislature of the state of New-York, in Senate and Assembly convened : The petition and representation of the undersigned, in behalf of the Society for the Promotion of Agriculture, Arts and Manufactures, instituted in the state of New-York, respectfully sheweth
508   To the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress assembled : The undersigned, officers and representatives of the "Pennsylvania State Equal Rights' League," most respectfully ask your honorable body to speedily pass the bill presented by Hon. Charles Sumner, as supplementary to t ...
509   To the mayors of cities, towns and villages; presidents or heads of universities, colleges, academies and schools; presidents ofsocieties, masters of lodges, captains of military companies, heads of other institutions and associations, divines, physicians, lawyers, and editors, throughout the Union ...
510   To the people of the United States : The month of August last witnessed at Paris a congress or convention of persons,from various countries, to consider what could be done to promote the cause of universal peace. ... To promote the objects of this congress generally, and particularly to secure the a ...
511   To the president of the temperance society in [blank] : Sir, The first year of the Temperance herald is drawing to a close, and the executive committee, who have published it, think,that they will now be pardoned in calling your attention to the subject of funds to pay for it
512   To the Rev. Joseph Samuel Christian Frederick Frey : Sir, the Board of Directors of the American Society for Meliorating the Condition of the Jews, having full confidence in your piety ... have appointed you again to act as their agent ... for the purpose of visiting the churches in the New-England ...
513   Too heavy a load : Black women in defense of themselves, 1894-1994
514   Town of [blank] society instituted [blank] : [blank] president. [blank] secretary. [blank] post-office
515   Tract House, New York, August 2, 1847 : Our respected patrons will excuse a printed circular, in connnection with the usual quarterly communications from the colporteurs. ... I have just concluded the pleasing task of communicating with each of the Society's colporteurs. This has brought them all un ...
516   Trying to be useful
517   The twelfth annual convention of the National Christian (Anti-secrecy)Association was held yesterday p.m. the 24th, at the Chambers St. Presbyterian Church (Rev. Mr. McFall's) in this city : Convention opened with a prayer meeting, followed by an address by Rev. Henry T. Cheever of Worcester, presid ...
518   Twelfth annual exhibition of the literary class of the Boston Young Men's Christian Association, in Tremont Temple, Thursday evening, May 24, 1866. ... Committee of arrangements. John W. Titus
519   Twenty-eighth anniversary of the Philadelphia Typographical Society, November 6, 1830
520   Twenty-fifth anniversary of the American Tract Society, Marlboro' Chapel, May 29, 1839
521   Twenty-ninth anniversary of the American Tract Society, Park Street Church, May 31, 1843
522   Twenty-third anniversary of the American Education Society, Marlboro' Chapel, May 27, 1839
523   Typographical festival, in commemoration of the 147th anniversary of the birth day of Benjamin Franklin, to be given at Waterbury, on Monday evening, Jan. 17, 1853 : The pleasure of your company, and lady, is respectfully solicited ... by the printers and book-binders of Waterbury, and vicinity
524   The undersigned, in behalf of the managers of the "American Sunday-School Union," : solicits your attention to the following statement of facts concerning the institution of Sunday-schools; the formation of the "American Sunday-Scool Union," its past operations; its present condition; and its future ...
525   Unincorporated associations : their legal status in Pennsylvania, and some of the rights and obligations incident thereto
526   Union Defence Committee, of the Citizens of New-York, office, no. 30 Pine Street : Executive committee. Arrangement of sub-committees
527   A united service for the use of Women's Home and Foreign Missionary and other church societies
528   United States Agricultural Society : The fifth annual meeting of the United States Agricultural Society, will be held at ... Washington, D.C., January 14th, 1857 ... The various agricultural societies of the United States are requested to send delegates to the meeting
529   United States Agricultural Society : The third annual meeting of the United States Agricultural Society will be held at Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, February 28, 1855. ... The various agricultural societies of the country are respectfully requested to send delegates to this meeting
530   The Universal Tontine
531   A Valentine. To the Ladies of Sorosis, and their president, Mrs. J.C. Croly, "Jennie June," on the twentieth anniversary of her wedding
532   Vienna Universal Exhibition, Gen. T.B. Van Buren, U.S. Com. Gen., 51 Chambers St., N.Y : Additional Group 6, Geography and Statistics. Francis A. Stout, chairman. American Geographical Society, Cooper Institute. New York, [blank] 187[blank] Sir: This society has been requested ... to collect for exh ...
533   The Vine Street Congregational Church of Cincinnati to the [blank] Congregational Church, sendeth greeting : Brethren beloved:--The theory of our ecclesiastical polity regards our churches as related, though independent members of a common family
534   Was George Remsen ever a Know-Nothing? : Were S.D. Morris, Zachariah Voorhies, or John A. Dayton, ever members of K.N. councils? ... S.D. Morris, Z. Voorhies, John A. Dayton and George Remsen, dare not deny (although they are willing to swear that they are not Know-Nothings,) that they have not, wit ...
535   Washington City, Jan. 1, 1842 : Sir:--Herewith you will receive the constitution of the Agricultural Society of the United States, an institution entirely of a public and national character. Your zealous aid in this new effort to promote the interest of agriculture, is confidently solicited
536   Washington, D.C., May, 15, 1869 : Dear Sir: At a meeting of officers who had served in the Second Army Corps, held in New York City on the 22d of February last, a preliminary organization of an association of the officers of that corps was effected. It was voted to hold the first meeting of the asso ...
537   We need two worlds : Chinese immigrant associations in a Western society
538   Wesleyan Literary Association, George H. Tobey, president. Seventeenth public exhibition Friday evening, August 22d, 1856
539   Where to emigrate! To capitalists, philanthropists and emigrants! : Address of Laborers' Homestead and Southern Emigration Soc'y. Boston, Jan. 27, 1874. Sir:--Your attention is respectfully requested to a movement recently begun in this country for the purpose of healing the wounds in the body polit ...
540   Woman's club work and programs; or, First aid to club women
541   The Women's Patriotic Association, to Diminish the Use of Imported Luxuries : A meeting of the ladies of Chicago was held at Bryan Hall, May 21st, 1864, pursuant to notice, to consider the expediency of organizing an association to discourage the use of imported luxuries. A committee was appointed t ...
542   Worcester Agricultural Society : Worcester, April 14, 1841. Sir, I have the honor to inform you of your election to the office of trustee of the Worcester Agricultural Society
543   Worcester Agricultural Society : Worcester, April 20, 1842. Sir, I have the honor to inform you of your election as one of the trustees of the Worcester Agricultural Society
544   Worcester Agricultural Society : Worcester, April 24, 1846. Sir, I have the honor to inform you of your election as one the trustees of the Worcester Agricultural Society. Your associates are named in the annexed paper
545   Worcester County Horticultural Society : The annual meeting of the Worcester County Horticultural Society will be holden at the hall over Mr. Harris's bookstore, in Worcester, on Wednesday the 6th day of October instant, at 3 o'clock, p.m. There will be an exhibition of flowers, fruits, and vegetabl ...
546   Worcester Musical Association : Worcester,Dec. 3, 1853. Sir: The regular quarterly meeting of the Worcester Musical Association, will be held at no. 2, Warren Hall, on Tuesday evening,, [sic] Dec. 6th
547   The Worcester Society of Antiquity. Instituted January 24, 1875. Re-organized under the laws of the Commonwealth, March 6, 1877 ... Worcester, Mass. -- 1877
548   The Worcester Society of Antiquity. Instituted January 24, 1875. Re-organized under the laws of the Commonwealth, March 6, 1877 ... Worcester, Mass. -- 1877
549   Worcester, Feb. 6, 1835 : To [blank] Sir: At a late meeting of the Young Men's Temperance Society of this town, the undersigned were constituted a committee for the purpose of taking measures to form a county society on the principle of abstinence from all intoxicating liquors. To effect this object ...
550   Worcester, June 14, 1841 : Sir,--The Washington Temperance Society of Worcester, of which you are a member,at a recent meeting adopted the following resolve
551   Worker participation : current research and future trends
552   World Peace Foundation (Series : Online)
553   World Peace Foundation pamphlets
554   WTO之外的国际经济组织
555   Year book
556   Year book
557   York County Ag. Society : Order of exercises in the meeting house, at South Berwick, Oct. 3, 1850
558   [1843] Sir: a discourse will be delieved by Rev. R.C. Waterston, on Sunday evening, November 26th, at Central Church, in Winter Street upon the subject of "Pauperism ..." This meeting is called at the request of the Society for the Prevention of Pauperism ... SamuelDorr, president. William Howe, sec ...
559   [Minute book of Associated Prigs Society, Somerville College]
560   [University of Oxford X Club group photographs]
561   三教九流江湖秘密規矩
562   上海小刀會起義
563   上海小刀會起義
564   上海靑帮
565   世外無桃源 : 東南亞華人秘密會黨
566   世界原始社會史
567   世界和平理事會維也納會議 : 1953年11月23日至28日
568   世界科技与研究机构指南
569   东北土匪考察手记
570   中华隐语大全
571   中囯地下社会 , 清前期秘密社会卷
572   中囯经济学团体槪況
573   中国书院制度研究
574   中国书院史资料
575   中国会道门史料集成 : 近百年来会道门的组织与分布
576   中国供销合作社理论与实践
577   中国供销合作经济
578   中国农产品行业协会调查
579   中国农民组织建设
580   中国原始社会史述
581   中国原始社会哲学思想萌芽
582   中国古代书院发展史
583   中国各种经济合作社
584   中国合作经济发展与和谐社会构建研究
585   中国地下社会 . 第二卷, , 晚淸秘密社会卷
586   中国左翼戏剧家联盟史料集
587   中国帮会史 : Zhongguo banghui shi
588   中国政党
589   中国文学流派意识的发生和发展
590   中国新的生产方式研究
591   中国民俗通志 . [9], , 江湖志
592   中国民间隐语行话
593   中国牌坊书院楹联精选
594   中国的东北亚硏究
595   中国的青少年与青少年保护, 1991年
596   中国社会团体组织大全
597   中国秘密社会新论 : 秦宝琦自选集
598   中国秘密社会槪观
599   中国美术社团漫录
600   中国近代会党史研究
601   中国近代文化变革与南社 : Nanshe and cultural change in modern China
602   中国集邮与邮政要览 : 1840-1949 : A chronicle of philately and postal service in China
603   中国黑道帮会
604   中國原始社會
605   中國原始社會
606   中國原始社會史話
607   中國古代的書院制度
608   中國合作運動史
609   中國地質學會史, 1922-1981
610   中國城市信用合作社
611   中國學校制度
612   中國帮會
613   中國幫會三百年革命史
614   中國幫會史
615   中國幫會大揭秘
616   中國文化法規, 機構
617   中國昆蟲學會二十周年學術討論會會刊, 1964
618   中國書院
619   中國書院 , 攬勝
620   中國書院 , 詩詞
621   中國書院 : Chinese academies
622   中國書院制度考略
623   中國書院對聯
624   中國書院楹聯
625   中國書院章程
626   中國書院辭典 : A dictionary of academies in China
627   中國會黨史料集成
628   中國會黨史論著匯要
629   中國會黨史論著綜錄
630   中國江湖揭秘
631   中國流民
632   中國現代學術硏究機構的興起 : 以北大硏究所國學門為中心的探討
633   中國現代文學社團流派史
634   中國生態系統硏究網絡機構指南
635   中國的社與會
636   中國秘密社會
637   中國秘密社會
638   中國秘密社會
639   中國秘密社會史
640   中國風俗通史 . [1], , 原始社會卷
641   中國高等學校軟科學硏究機構和成果要覽, 1988-1990
642   中國黑社會
643   中國黑道
644   中外黑社會揭秘
645   中華全國自然科學工作者代表會議紀念集
646   中華合作事業發展史
647   九十年代产权制度的对策硏究 : 中国农村股份合作经济专辑
648   事物的起源
649   二轻集体工业企业财会教材
650   从兰社到《现代》 : 以施蛰存, 戴望舒, 杜衡及刘吶鸥为核心的社团研究
651   会党史研究
652   会道门与宗教的区分
653   伪满科技史料辑览
654   体制与观念的现代转型 : 中国科学社与中国的科学文化
655   供销合作经济学
656   侨联三十年
657   儒家大学堂 : 长江流域的古代书院
658   全國靑年文學創作者會議報告, 發言集
659   兩性文化&社會
660   公用利用合作經營
661   刘少奇论合作社经济
662   刘少奇论合作社经济学习提纲
663   初民社會
664   動物生活與社會之產生
665   北京的茶馆会馆书院学堂
666   北平學術機關指南
667   匪特黑道卷 : 百年毒瘤
668   匹克威克外传
669   区域性合作经济组织会计
670   區域經濟組織硏究 : 歐盟, 北美自由貿易區域, 亞太經合組織
671   十年風舞 : 香港廈門聯誼總會成立十週年紀念特刊
672   半坡氏族公社 : 考古資料反映的我國古代母系氏族社會制度
673   华侨华人百科全书 , 社团政党卷
674   原始文化史綱
675   原始社会发展史
676   原始社会史
677   原始社會的犯罪與習俗
678   原始社會的精神歷史構架
679   反自然的社会
680   古代社會
681   古代社會形態析論
682   台湾黑社会揭秘
683   各国黑社会与反黑行动
684   合作事業
685   合作制研究
686   合作社
687   合作社发展简史
688   合作社理論基本知識
689   合作社經濟基本知識
690   合作经济理论与实践
691   回忆文谈社
692   回憶中國工合運動
693   囯际妇女运动和妇女组织
694   国际社会科学机构
695   城市整合 : 社团, 政府与市民社会
696   外國文化藝術機構槪況
697   大汶口文化討論文集
698   大连市志 , 供销合作社志
699   天下第一名社 : 西泠印社
700   天地会起源硏究
701   天地會硏究
702   孤島黑流 : 臺灣黑幫大透視
703   宋元詩社硏究叢稿
704   家理宝监
705   山东书院史话
706   山東省志 , 農民團體志
707   山東省科學技術協會志
708   工会文化宮、俱乐部改革的实践与探索
709   帮会势力珍闻
710   帮会秘事
711   帰ってきた戦犯たちの後半生
712   幫會奇觀
713   幸福之門 : 日本國社團法人倫理硏究所的組織、理論和實踐
714   廣西會黨資料匯編
715   引导农民进入市场的新型经济组织 : 农民专业协会
716   当代人看原始文化
717   当代帮会兴亡录
718   当代海外华人社团硏究 : Dang dai hai wai Hua ren she tuan yan jiu
719   復社紀略
720   德国科硏体制与人文社会科学硏究机构
721   我看中國秘密社會 : 蔡少卿先生執敎五十周年曁七十華誕紀念文集
722   抗敵劇社實錄
723   擾攘社會三百年 : 三大幫會演義
724   敎育会社与中囯敎育近代化 : Jiaoyuhuishe yu Zhongguo jiao yu jindaihua
725   教育行政机构及教育團體
726   文化与叛乱 : 以清代秘密社会为视角
727   文化模式
728   文化模式
729   文化模式
730   文坛艺苑五十春 : 石家庄市文联文史资料
731   文學社群文化形態論 : 現代中國文學社團流派文化研究
732   新月才子
733   日據時代臺灣儒敎結社與活動
734   旧上海的帮会
735   旧上海黑幕
736   旧上海黑社会 : The underworld in old Shanghai / by Guo Xuyin
737   旧中国三教九流揭秘
738   旧中国的黑社会, 1912-1949
739   旧中国黑社会秘史
740   明末清初文人结社硏究
741   明清民间社会的秩序 : Local society's order in the Ming-Qing dynasties
742   晚清哥老會研究 : Wanqing gelaohuiyanjiu
743   朱熹書院與門人考
744   歲月熔金 : 文學硏究所50年記事
745   民国江湖 : 民国帮会秘闻
746   民國幫會 : 秘聞與紀實
747   民國幫會要錄
748   民间宗敎与结社
749   民间组织评估的探索
750   江湖文化
751   泉州古代书院
752   泰國
753   洪幫秘史
754   洪門, 靑幫, 紅幫
755   洪門・靑幫・袍哥 : 中國舊時民間黑社會習俗
756   洪門史
757   活在丛林山水间 : 云南民族採集渔猎
758   浅草--沉钟社硏究
759   海外僑團尋蹤
760   淸代秘密敎門治理
761   淸末民初秘密社會的蛻變
762   清代书院与学术变迁研究
763   清代洪門史
764   港澳台黑社会实录
765   湖南近代秘密社會硏究
766   源同流分 : 民間宗敎與結社
767   溫州民營企業管理模式研究
768   潮人同乡社团遍全球
769   濰坊手工業十年
770   犯罪 : 社会与文化 = Fanzui : shehui yu wenhua
771   现代青年组织学
772   當代中國"掃黑"紀實
773   知识分子的岗位与追求 : 文学研究会研究
774   社会主义商品经济下的合作制与家庭经济
775   社会发展简史
776   社会发展简史 , 原始社会
777   社会发展简史学习辅导
778   社團人 : 來自北大的靑春故事
779   社團志
780   社團管理工作
781   社團革命 : 中國社團發展的經濟學分析
782   社會學與人類學 : Sociologie et anthropologie
783   社會發展簡史
784   社會的組織
785   神棍列传
786   神秘的地下王國 : 敎門會道門演義
787   福建, 上海小刀會檔案史料彙編
788   福建秘密社会
789   秘密敎門 : 中國民間秘密宗溯源
790   秘密社會史話
791   秘密社會與中國民主革命
792   秘密结社与中国革命
793   笑傲江湖 : 青红帮实录
794   組織管理
795   联结农戶与市场 : 中国农民中介组织探究
796   蔣氏政權與黑社會
797   蘇俄合作制度
798   蠻族社會之犯罪與風俗
799   袍哥与土匪
800   袍哥探秘
801   趣談中國書院 : Qutanzhongguoshuyuan
802   转型时期澳门社团研究 : 多元社会中法团主义体制解析 = Zhuanxing shiqi Aomen shetuan yanjiu
803   近代上海的公共性與國家 : The "public" and the state in modern Shanghai
804   近代上海黑社會硏究
805   近代秘密社会史料
806   近東古代史
807   通天敎主 : 杜月笙與國民黨政權
808   那里并不是天堂
809   野性的思维
810   野生短尾猴的社會 : The Tibetan macaque society : a field study
811   金錢會資料
812   鏟除邪敎 : 共和國鏟除反動會道門述實
813   閩南佛學院學報
814   關於城市集體所有制工業的理論探討
815   關於城鄉婦女代表會議
816   關於手工業合作化的幾個問題
817   隐语行话黑话秘笈释义
818   靑年組織學
819   靑红帮之黑幕
820   青・红・黑 : 中国青红帮与西方黑手党
821   首都办事指南
822   香江阴影 : 香港的黑社会与色情问题= Xiang jiang yin ying
823   香港黑社會內幕
824   鲜为人知的原始民族与文化
825   黑禍
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