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John Hancock, Esq. President of the American Congress

By the United States in Congress assembled, Sept. 13. 1788 [Resolution on appointment and assembling of electors for president]

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

By the United States in Congress assembled, September 30, 1785. Resolved, [that the commissioners of the continental loan-offices in the several states perform certain duties and observe the regulations herein laid down]

Congress of the United States: At the Second Session, Begun and held at the City of New-York, on Monday the fourth of January, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. An Act for the Relief of John Stewart and John Davidson

By the United States, in Congress assembled, September 4th, 1782. [Resolved, that $1,200,000 be raised by the states for payment of the interest of the public debt.] [Philadelphia, 1782.]

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

By the United States of America In Congress Assembled, A Proclamation, Declaring the Cessation of Arms, as well by Sea as by Land, agreed upon between the United States of America and his Britannic Majesty; and enjoining the Observance thereof. Dated, Ph

George Washington, President of the United States. John Adams, Vice-President of the United States. [Roll of Congress, the addresses of seven senators being added in MS. by Elias Boudinot.]

State of North-Carolina. In Convention, August 1, 1788. [Declaration of rights, and amendments to the Constitution, to be laid before Congress previous to ratification of the Constitution by North Carolina.]

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

By the United States in Congress assembled, September 30, 1785. Resolved, [that the commissioners of the continental loan-offices in the several states perform certain duties and observe the regulations herein laid down]

State of North-Carolina. In Convention, November 23, 1789. [Resolution enjoining the representatives of the state in Congress to apply for certain specified amendments to the constilution of the United States.] Signed in ms., Sam Johnston Pres. Countersig

By the United States in Congress assembled, Sept. 13. 1788 [Resolution on appointment and assembling of electors for president]

In Provincial Congress, New-York, Dec. 12, 1775. [Having learned that a number of disaffected persons in Queen's County have received arms from the Asia, twenty-six men, charged as the principals, are ordered to appear before Congress on the 19th.] Signed

State of North-Carolina. In Convention, August 1, 1788. [Declaration of rights, and amendments to the Constitution, to be laid before Congress previous to ratification of the Constitution by North Carolina.]

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

The household expenses of President Elias Boudinot as furnished by the agent of Congress, 1783. From the Boudinot papers. Thos. Addis Emmet M.D.

Carpenter's Hall, the place of the first Congress

John Alsop member of the Continental Congress

Robert R. Livingston, Sen'r., member of the Stamp Congress.

Edward Tilghman, member of the Congress of 1765.

Carpenter's Hall, the place of the first Congress.

Silas Deane Esqr. Commissioner from Congress in France

House where the first American flag was made; The liberty flag of 1775; First flag of South Carolina; Pine-tree flag at Bunker Hill; Flag adopted by Congress, 1777; Bunker Hill standard; The Gadsden flag of 1776; Standard of early American cruisers

Woodhull, Nathaniel. New York. To Hendrick Fisher and members of the Provincial Congress of New Jersey

Woodhull, Nathaniel. New York. To Hendrick Fisher and members of the Provincial Congress of New Jersey

General Reed Member of the Congress

Warren, Joseph. Massachusetts Provincial Congress. Watertown

Woodhull, Nathaniel. New York. To Hendrick Fisher and members of the Provincial Congress of New Jersey

Warren, Joseph. Massachusetts Provincial Congress. Watertown

Jacob Read, Member of the Continental Congress

Woodhull, Nathaniel. New York. To Hendrick Fisher and members of the Provincial Congress of New Jersey

William Duer member of the Continental Congress

To the Hone. Ino. Hancock Esqre. president of ye Continental Congress, this map of the seat of Civil War in America...

Letter to Henry Laurens President of Congress, York Town, Pensilvania

Hancock, John. In Congress

Letter to Henry Laurens President of Congress, York Town, Pensilvania

Hancock, John. In Congress

Letter to Col. James Wilson, in Congress [Philadelphia]

Letter to [Richard Henry Lee, President of Congress, New York.]

Stockton, Richard. Albany. To Congress of the United States

Letter to John Hancock, President of Congress

Woodbury Langdon, member of the Continental Congress.

Stockton, Richard. Albany. To Congress of the United States

Letter to Francis Lewis, chairman of the commercial committee of Congress, Philadelphia

Letter to Abraham Yates [President of the Provincial Congress]

Letter to the President of Congress

Letter to Theodorick Bland, Delegate in Congress [Philadelphia]

Letter to Col. James Wilson, in Congress [Philadelphia]

Letter to Henry Laurens, President of Congress

Letter to Henry Laurens, President of Congress

Letter to John Hancock, President of Congress

Letter to Henry Laurens, President of Congress [Philadelphia]

Letter to the delegates from Maryland in Congress

Letter to the Congress of the United States [Philadelphia]

Nath. Peabody, member Cont. Congress N.H.

Letter to Henry Laurens, President of Congress

Letter to [Henry] Laurens, formerly president of Congress, Charlestown

Letter to the President of Congress

Letter to the President of Congress

Letter to Henry Laurens, President of Congress