Address of Surrogate Beckett at the annual banquet of the Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of New York, February 20, 1908, on the dekes of the Old South and the history of D.K.E. in the Civil War
Beckett, Surrogate
[United States. s.n. 18--?]. 11 p.

Address of S. Waterhouse before the First National Convention of American Cattlemen: St. Louis, November 18th, 1884
Waterhouse, S
St. Louis, Mo. R.P. Studley & Co., Printers. 1885. 8 p.

Address of the administration convention in Baltimore County
[Baltimore, Md.?. s.n. 1828?]. 4 p.

Address of the American Proportional Representation League
Cooley, Stoughton
[S.l. s.n. 1899?]. 12 p.

Address of the Atlanta register to the people of the Confederate States
Cincinnatus
Atlanta, Ga. J.A. Sperry & co. [1864]. 16 p.

Address of the Baptist general association of Virginia, June 4th, 1863
[Virginia. 1863]. 8 p.

Address of the Board of Managers of the Haytian Emigration Society of Coloured People to the emigrants intending to sail to the island of Hayti in the brig De Witt Clinton
[New York. The Society]. 1824. 8 p.

Address of the Board of Trustees of the Protestant Episcopal Theological Seminary of Maryland, to the members of the church in this diocess
Georgetown, D.C. James C. Dunn, printer. 1822. 25 p.

The address of the British Convention: assembled at Edinburgh, November 19, 1793, to the people of Great Britain
London. Printed for D. I. Eaton. [1793]. 1 p. l., 24 p.

Address of the Bunker Hill Monument Association to the selectmen of the several towns in Massachusetts
Boston. From the Commercial Gazette Press. 1824. 12 p.

Address of the Central Committee appointed by a convention of both branches of the legislature friendly to the election of John Q. Adams as president and Richard Rush as vice-president of the U. States, held at the state-house in Boston, June 10, 1828, to their fellow-citizens
[Boston?. s.n. 1828]. 24 p.

Address of the Central Committee of the Friends of the Administration to the voters of Louisiana on the subject of the approaching presidential election
[New Orleans. s.n.]. 1828. 15 p.

Address of the Commissioners of Baltimore County, to the people of Baltimore County, upon the subject of the valuation and division of the joint property of the city and county
Baltimore. J. Lucas. 1853. 25 p.

Address of the committee appointed at a public meeting held in Boston, December 19, 1823, for the relief of the Greeks, to their fellow citizens
[Boston]. Press of the North American Review. [1823]. 18 p.

Address of the committee appointed by a public meeting, held at Faneuil hall, September 24, 1846, for the purpose of considering the recent case of kidnapping from our soil, and of taking measures to prevent the recurrence of similar outrages: with an appendix
Howe, S. G
Boston. White & Potter, printers. 1846. 8, 42 p.

Address of the Committee of Premiums and Exhibitions of theFranklin Institute of the state of Pennsylvania: and a list of the premiums offered to competitors at the exhibition to be held in October, 1827
Philadelphia. J. Harding, printer. 1827. 12 p.

Address, of the committee of the city of New-York, acting under the authority of the General Committee of Correspondence of the state of New-York, in support of the nomination of the Hon. De Witt Clinton, to the presidency of the United States at the ensuing election
New-York. [s.n.]. 1812. 28 p.

Address of the Committee of the Delaware and Schuylkill Canal Company, to the committees of the Senate and House of Representatives on the memorial of said company
Philadelphia. Printed by John Ormrod. [1799]. 31, [1] p.

Address of the Committee of the Mississippi convention to the southern states
[Jackson?. 1850?]. 20 p.

Address of the Committee on Exhibitions of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania, for the promotion of the mechanic arts
[Pennsylvania?. s.n. 1845?]. 1 v. (unpaged).

Address of the Connecticut Society for the Encouragement of American Manufactures
Middletown [Conn.]. T. Dunning, printer. 1817. 24 p.

Address of the Corporation for Relief of Poor and distressed Presbyterian Ministers and of the Poor and Distressed Widows and Children of Presbyterian Ministers to the ministers and congregations of the Presbyterian Church in America: To which are subjoined the conditions of the annuity for widows and children, the conditions of the annuity for aged ministers, and the charter of the corporation
Philadelphia. Printed by W. S. Martien. 1841. 23 p.

Address of the Cuban minister, Señor Gonzalo de Quesada, at the banquet of the Pennsylvania Arbitration and Peace Conference in Philadelphia, May 19, 1908
Quesada, Gonzalo de
[Philadelphia?. s.n. 1908?]. 10 p.

Address of the Democratic Association of the District of Columbia to the people of the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1840]. 16 p.

Address of the Democratic members of the legislature of the state of New-York
[Albany, N.Y. Albany Atlas. April 1848]. 6 p.

Address of the Democratic Republican young men's general committee of the city of New York, to the Republican young men of the state
Wood, Fernando
[New York]. Printed by J. W. Bell. 1840. 8 p.

Address of the directors of the Seaman's Friend Society of the city of Boston to the Christian public
[Boston. The Society. 1828]. 12 p.

Address of the directors of the Society for Promoting Theological Education, with the act of incorporation, by-laws, and a list of the members of the Society
Boston. Steam Power Press Office. 1832. 16 p.

The Address of the Episcopal clergy of Connecticut to the Right Reverend Bishop Seabury
Leaming, Jeremiah
New-Haven. Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green. [1785]. 8, 18, 15, 5 p.

Address of the executive committee of the American Republicans of Boston to the people of Massachusetts
Boston. Printed by J.E. Farwell & Co. 1845. 17 p.

Address of the Executive Committee of the American Tract Society, Boston, to the Friends of the Society with the report of the Distribution Committee
[Boston. The Society. 1858]. 12 p.

The address of the executive committee of the American Tract Society to the Christian public
New-York. American Tract Society. [1825]. 24 p.

Address of the Executive Committee of the Citizens' Reform Association
[s.l. s.n. 1871?]. 4 p.

The address of the eye: a phenomenology of film experience
Sobchack, Vivian Carol
Princeton, N.J. Princeton University Press. c1992. xxi, 330 p.

Address of the Fayette County Corresponding Committee: on the proceedings in the Senate of Kentucky, against the President, Secretary of State, and members of Congress, and on other subjects connected with the approaching presidential election
Wickliffe, Robert
Lexington [Ky. s.n. 1828?]. 48 p.

Address of the Free Trade Association of London to the American Free Trade League, New York: being a resumé of the financial changes of recent years, and their effects upon revenue and trade
[New York. The League]. 1866. 20 p.

Address of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the Confederate States of America, to all the churches of Jesus Christ throughout the earth: adopted unanimously at the organization of the General Assembly in Augusta, Ga., December 1861
[Augusta, Ga. The General Assembly. 1861]. 17 p.

Address of the governors of the New-York Hospital, to the public, relative to the Asylum for the Insane at Bloomingdale
New-York. [s.n.]. 1821. 8 p.

The address of the grand jury to the Court of Oyer and Terminer &c. for Baltimore County to the charge delivered to them by the chief justice, and the reply of the court to that address
Balitmore. Diamond Press. 1813. 24 p.

Address of the great state convention of friends of the administration, assembled at the capitol in Concord, June 12, 1828: with the speech of Mr. Bartlett, in reply to the charges which have been made against Mr. Adams
Bartlett, Ezra
Concord. Published by order of the convention. 1828. 24 p.

Address of the Hon. Aaron Clark before the alumni of Hamilton College
Clark, Aaron
[Clinton? N.Y. s.n.]. 1855. 23 p.

Address of the Hon. Andrew J. Bartholomew, of Southbridge, Mass: delivered Aug. 10, 1882, at Stony Creek, Conn. on the occasion of the first reunion of the descendants of Lieut. William Bartholomew
Bartholomew, Andrew J
Boston. Press of Coburn Brothers. 1882. 37 p.

Address of the Hon. Charles L. Scott, of California, to his contituents on the constitutional right of secession
Scott, Charles L
Washington, D.C. [s.n. 1861?]. 16 p.

Address of the Hon. Frederick Whittlesey, at the third annual fair of the Mechanics of Wester New-York
Whittlesey, Frederick
Rochester. John I. Reilly & Co., Printers. 1841. 20 p.

Address of the Hon. George W. Woodward of Wilkesbarre, Pa: delivered on the occasion of the erection of a monument to the memory of Francis R. Shunk, late governor of Pennsylvania, at Trappe, Montgomery County, Pa., July 4th, 1851
Woodward, George W
Philadelphia. B. Mifflin, Printer. 1851. 16 p.

Address of the Hon. John DeWitt Warner, President of the American Free Trade League, at the dinner of the Committee on Tariff Reform of the Reform Club in the City of New York, June 2, 1906
Warner, John DeWitt
New York, N.Y. Reform Club Committee on Tariff Reform. 1906. 7 p.

Address of the Hon. John Pool to the people of North-Carolina
Pool, John
[Raleigh, N.C. Standard Book and Job Office Print. 1867]. 14 p.

Address of the Hon. John P. Richardson, to the people of Lancaster, Chester, Kershaw, and Sumter Districts, of South Carolina
Richardson, John Peter
[Washington. s.n.]. 1838. 12 p.

Address of the Hon. John Sharp Williams at dinner of the Committee on Tariff Reform of the Reform Club in the City of New York, June 2nd, 1906
Williams, John Sharp
New York, N.Y. Reform Club Committee on Tariff Reform. 1906. 21 p.

Address of the Hon. Levi Hubbell: delivered at Sparta, Wisconsin, July 4th, 1864
Hubbell, Levi
[Sparta, Wis. s.n. 1864]. 8 p.

Address of the Hon. S.W. Trotti to the people of Colleton and Beaufort, Orangeburgh and Barnwell Districts, South Carolina
Trotti, S. W
[Washington?. s.n. 1843]. 8 p.

Address of the Hon. Theodore F. Randolph at the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Washington association, held at the headquarters, Morristown, N.J., July 5th, 1875
Randolph, Theodore F
Morristown, N.J. Printed at the office of "The Morris Republican,". 1875. 8 p.

Address of the Hon. T.L. Clingman, at the commencement of the University of the South: delivered August 5th, 1875, at Sewanee, Tennessee
Clingman, T. L
Asheville, N.C. F.P. Davis, Bock, and Job Printer. 1875. 12 p.

Address of the Hon. Willard Hall ... before the convention of the Lords-Day, held in Baltimore, on the 10th day of January, 1944
Hall, Willard
[Baltimore. s.n. 1944?]. 16 p.

Address of the Hon. W.L. Douglas, ex-governor of Massachusetts, at the dinner of the Committee on Tariff Reform of the Reform Club in the City of New York: June 2nd, 1906
Douglas, W. L
New York. Reform Club Committee on Tariff Reform. 1906. 11 p.

Address of the Hon. Wm. R. Moore, of Tennessee, delivered before the Columbia Club, Memphis, Tenn., on the evening of Monday, March 4, 1895
Moore, Wm. R
Memphis. [s.n.]. 1895. 7 p.

Address of the lay trustees to the congregation of St. Mary's Church on the subject of the approaching election
Philadelphia. Robert Desilver. 1822. 25 p.

Address of the London Hibernian Society
[London. s.n. 1825?]. 8 p.

Address of the London South Circuit to the Wesleyan Methodist Conference held in London, on the 30th of July, 1828
London. J.C. Wilkes. 1829. 38 p.

Address of the Louisiana native American association: to the citizens of Louisiana and the inhabitants of the United States
New-Orleans. Printed by D. Felt & co. 1839. 20p.

Address of the Loyal national league of the state of New York
[New York. 1861]. 8 p.

Address of the Macedon convention
Goodell, William ; Smith, Gerrit
Albany. S. W. Green. 1847. 16 p.

Address of the managers of the Bible Society of Virginia to the public
Buchanan, John ; Rice, John H ; Pleasants, Samuel
Richmond. Printed by Samuel Pleasants. 1813. 11, [1] p.

Address of the managers of the Protestant Episcopal Missionary Society in the United States for Foreign and Domestic Missions to the members of the Protestant Episcopal Church
[Philadelphia. The Society]. 1820. 23 p.

Address of the managers of the Seventeenth Annual Fair of the American Institute, of the city of New-York, to be held at Niblo's Garden
New York. James Van Norden & Co. 1844. 4 p.

Address of the mayor to the City Council of Boston, January 1, 1838
Eliot, Samuel Atkins
Boston. John H. Eastburn, city printer. 1838. 10 p.

Address of the mayor to the City Council of Boston, January 1, 1844
Brimmer, Martin
Boston. John H. Eastburn, city printer. 1844. 16 p.

Address of the mayor to the City Council of Boston, January 1, 1846
Quincy, Josiah
Boston. J.H. Eastburn, city printer. 1846. 14 p.

Address of the mayor to the City Council of Boston, January 2, 1843
Brimmer, Martin
Boston. John H. Eastburn, city printer. 1843. 15 p.

Address of the mayor to the City Council of Boston, January 4, 1841
Chapman, Jonathan
Boston. John H. Eastburn, city printer. 1841. 15 p.

Address of the mayor to the City Council of Boston, January 4, 1847
Quincy, Josiah ; Quincy, Josiah
Boston. J.H. Eastburn, city printer. 1847. 20 p.

Address of the members of the Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society to their fellow citizens
Philadelphia. Board of Managers. 1835. 24 p.

The address of the minority in the Virginia Legislature to the people of that State: containing a vindication of the constitutionality of the Alien and Sedition laws
Lee, Henry ; Marshall, John
Albany. Printed by L. Andrews. [1799]. 20 p.

The address of the minority in the Virginia Legislature to the people of that State: containing a vindication of the constitutionality of the Alien and Sedition laws
Lee, Henry ; Marshall, John
[Richmond. A. Davis. 1799]. 16 p.

Address of the Mississippi Republican Delegation to the Reconstruction Committee
[Mississippi?. The Delegation. 1868?]. 6 p.

Address of the National Business Men's League to the Congress of the United States, recommending a division of the responsibility of maintaining the gold reserve between the national banks and the government
[United States. s.n. 18--?]. 12 p.

Address of the National Democratic Committee to the people of the United States
Belmont, August
[n.p. 1864]. 4 p.

Address of the national executive committee of the Constitutional union party to the people of the United States
Washington. W.H. Moore, Print. 1860. 8 p.

Address of the National Labor Union, to the people of the United States, on money, land, and other subjects of national importance
Washington, D.C. McGill & Witherow, printers and stereotypers. 1970. 22 p.

Address of the National Lincoln Monument Association
Oglesby, Ricard James
Springfield, Ill. [1865]. 4 p.

Address of the National Union Committee to the American people
New York. The Tribune. [ca. 1870]. 9 p.

Address of the National Woman Suffrage Association to the National Republican Convention
[Philadelphia. s.n. 1876]. [4] p.

Address of the Pennsylvania society of Cincinnati to George Washington and his answer, 1797
Brooklyn, N.Y. Priv. print. 1886. 7 p.

The address of the people of Great-Britain to the inhabitants of America
Dalrymple, John
London. Printed for T. Cadell. 1775. [4], 60 p.

Address of the people of Potter Co., Pennsylvania, describing their lands, and inviting settlers to examine them before going to the Far West
Coudersport, Pa. Potter County, Pa. 1857. 16 p.

The address of the people of South Carolina assembled in convention: to the people of the slaveholding states of the United States
Evans & Cogswell, printers to the convention. Charleston. 16 p.

Address of the Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of National Industry, to the citizens of the United States
Carey, Mathew
[Philadelphia. The Society. 1819]. 20 p.

Address of the Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of National Industry to the citizens of the United States, no. IX
Carey, Mathew
[Philadelphia. M. Carey & Son?. 1819]. 26 p.

Address of the Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of National Industry to the citizens of the United States, no. V
Carey, Mathew
[Philadelphia. M. Carey & Son?. 1819]. 18 p.

Address of the Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of National Industry to the citizens of the United States, no. X
Carey, Mathew
[Philadelphia. M. Carey & Son?. 1819]. 16 p.

Address of the Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of National Industry to the citizens of the United States, no. XI
Carey, Mathew
[Philadelphia. M. Carey & Son?. 1819]. 23, [1] p.

Address of the president at the Seventh Congress of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance, Budapest, Hungary, June 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 1913
Catt, Carrie Chapman
[S.l. s.n. 1913?]. 15 p.

Address of the President at the unveiling of the monument to General Sheridan Wednesday, November 25, 1908
Roosevelt, Theodore
Washington. Govt. Print. Off. 1908. [1] l., 15 p.

Address of the President delivered to the Senate of the United States, January 22, 1917
Washington. Govt. Printing office. 1917. 8 p.

Address of the President Herbert Westerich before "Versammlung eines Ehrbaren Kaufmanns zu Hamburg e. V.", December 31, 1974
Westerich, Herbert
Hamburg. Chamber of Commerce. [1975]. 23 p.

Address of the president of the Conference of Ward VII, at its annual meeting
Boston. Press of Frank J. McQueeney. [1881]. [8] p.

The address of the president of the United States at Chautauqua, New York on August 14, 1936 on the subjects of the foreign relations of the United States and of war
Roosevelt, Franklin D ; Hassett, William D
[S.l. s.n. 1936?]. 16 p. ; 21 cm.

Address of the President of the United States at the celebration of the semicentennial of the founding of the city of Birmingham, Alabama, October 26, 1921
Harding, Warren G
Washington. [Govt. print. off.]. 1921. 12 p.

Address of the president of the United States before the American Bar Association, Continental Hall, October 20, 1914
Wilson, Woodrow
Washington. [U.S.G.P.O.]. 1914. 5 p. ; 23 cm.

Address of the President of the United States delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, April 2, 1917
[New York]. E. J. Clode, Grosset & Dunlap, distributors. [1917]. 47 p.

Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, August 29, 1916
Washington . Govt. print. off. 1916. 8 p.

Address of the President of the United States delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, December 2, 1918
Washington. [Govt. Print. Off.]. 1918. 13 p.

Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, February 11, 1918
Washington . Govt. print. off. 1918. 8 p.

Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, January 20, 1914
Wilson, Woodrow
Washington . Govt. print. off. 1914. 8 p.

Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, January 4, 1918
Washington . Govt. print. off. 1918. 6 p.

Address of the President of the United States on Memorial Day, May 30, 1921, at Arlington Cemetery
Harding, Warren G
Washington. Govt. print. off. 1921. 8 p.

Address of the president Sir George Quigley CB to the fortieth annual general meeting of the Economic and Social Research Institute held on 28 September 1999
Quigley, George
Dublin. Economic and Social Research Institute. [1999]. 5 leaves.

Address of the president, the Rev. Azel W. Hazen, D.D., on the first decade of the Society: presented at the annual meeting held in the Society's building, Middletown, Conn., April eighteenth, nineteen hundred and eleven
Hazen, Azel Washburn
Middletown, Conn. Pelton & King, printers. 1911. 43 p.

Address of the Reformers of Fawdon, to their brothers the Pitmen, Keelmen, and other labourers, on the Tyne and Wear
Newcastle upon Tyne. Frank Graham. 1969. 8 p.

Address of the Republican Committee of Correspondence of Philadelphia: to the people of the United States
Philadelphia. Printed by W. Stavely. 1828. 12 p.

The address of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled, presented to His Majesty on Wednesday the eighteenth day of January, 1726: with His Majesty's most gracious answer
London. Printed by John Baskett ... and by Tho. Norris, assignee to George Hills. 1726. 4 p.

Address of the Right Rev. B.H. Paddock, D.D., to the eighty-eighth annual meeting of the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Massachusetts, Boston, May 22, 1878
Paddock, Benjamin H
Boston. A. Williams and Co. 1878. 18 p.

Address of the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of St. David's president of the Royal Society of Literature, Wednesday, April 24th, 1861
[England. s.n.]. 1861. 37 p.

Address of the Right Reverend, the Lord Bishop of St. David's, president of the Royal Society of Literature, Wednesday, April 30th, 1873
Thirlwall, Connop
[s.l. s.n.]. 1873. 64 p.

Address of the Rt. Rev. M.A. DeWolfe Howe, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of central Pennsylvania, before the fifth annual convention of the diocese, held in the Church of the Nativity, South Bethlehem, Pa., June 13, 1876
Howe, M. A. De Wolfe
South Bethlehem. A.F. Yost. 1876. 30 p.

Address of the Rt. Rev. Stephen Elliott, D.D., to the Thirty-ninth Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Georgia
Elliott, Stephen
Savannah. Power Press of John M. Cooper & Co. 1863. 19 p.

Address of the Rt. Rev. William H. O'Connell, D.D., Bishop of Portland, Maine: to the graduating class of Boston College, June 18, 1902
O'Connell, William
Boston. Pilot Pub. Co. 1902. 24 p.

Address of the State Central Prohibitory Committee to the legislature of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia. M'Laughlin Bros. 1854. 15 p.

Address of the State Committee of Correspondence, to the citizens of Pennsylvania
Leib, Michael
[Philadelphia. 1808]. 10 p.

Address of the Trustees of St. Mary's Church to the congregation, April 26, 1831
[Philadelphia. The Trustees. 1831]. 12 p.

Address of the trustees of St. Mary's Church to their fellow-citizens: containing a correspondence between them and the Right Reverend Bishop Conwell on a late attempt at a reconciliation between the contending parties of the congregation of said church
Philadelphia. Printed by Lydia R. Bailey. 1823. 25 p.

Address of the Trustees of the Evangelical Missionary Society in Massachusetts
[Boston?. The Society]. 1823. 12 p.

Address of the trustees of the Missionary Society of Connecticut, to the patrons and friends of the Society throughout the State
Hartford. Printed by P. Canfield. 1825. 8 p.

Address of the Union Electoral Committee to the Union men of New York
Duer, William
[New York?. 1860]. 11 p.

Address of the Union Republican Congressional Committee
[Washington. 1874]. 16 p.

Address of the Union Republican State Executive Committee of New Jersey
[New Jersey. s.n. 1868]. 8 p.

Address of the Union State Central Committee of Pennsylvania
McVeagh, Wayne
[Philadelphia?. The Committee. 1863?]. 15 p.

Address of the Union State Central Committee, with the proceedings of the meeting, at Temperance Temple, August 26, 1863, with the resolutions of the state convention
Baltimore. Printed by Bull & Tuttle, Clipper Office. 1863. 16 p.