An oration, pronounced before the Knox and Warren branches of the Washington Benevolent Society: at Amherst, on the celebration of the anniversary of the Declaration of independence, July 4, 1814
Webster, Noah
Northampton. Printed by William Butler. 1814. 32 p.

An oration pronounced before the literary societies of Amherst College: August 23, 1836
Cushing, Caleb
Boston. Light & Stearns. 1836. 40 p.

An oration pronounced before the literary societies of Amherst College, August 23, 1836
Cushing, Caleb
Boston. Light & Stearns. 1836. 40 p.

An oration pronounced before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Harvard University, July 17, 1851
Sprague, William Buell
Albany. Gray, Sprague. 1851. 60 p.

An oration, pronounced before the Republican citizens, of the town of Hingham, in commemoration of American independence: July 4th, 1807
Gleason, Benjamin
Boston. Printed by H. Sprague. 1807. 22 p.

An oration pronounced before the Republicans of Boston, July 4, 1826, the fiftieth anniversary of American independence
Child, David Lee
Boston. J.B. Clough. 1826. 40 p.

An oration pronounced before the Society of Black Friars at their anniversary festival, in the city of New-York, on Monday the 11th of November, 1793
Mitchill, Samuel L
New-York. Printed by Friar M'Lean. 1793. 34 p.

An oration pronounced before the Society of Phi Beta Kappa, at Dartmouth College, August 19, 1824
Knapp, Samuel L
Boston. Commercial Gazette Press. 1824. 32 p.

An oration, pronounced before the society of the Phi beta kappa: at their anniversary at Hanover, August 25, 1802
M'Farland, Asa
Hanover. Printed by Moses Davis. 1802. 24p.

An oration, pronounced before the students of Brown University, at the First congregational meeting-house in Providence, July 5, 1813: In commemoration of the anniversary of American independence
Paine, Emerson
Providence. Printed by H. Mann and Co. 1813. 30 p.

An oration pronounced before the the corporation of the Federal Adelphi Society on their anniversary, September 5, 1805, in the First Congregational meetinghouse in Providence, (R.I.)
Pitman, John
Providence. Heaton & Williams. [1805]. 20 p.

An oration, pronounced before The Washington Benevolent Society, of the County of Franklin in the Town of Northfield, July 5, 1813: in commemoration of the thirty-seventh anniversary of American independence
Foster, Festus
[Vermont?. s.n.]. 1813. 22 p.

An oration, pronounced before the Washington benevolent society of the county of Hampshire, on their first anniversary, 1812: In commemoration of the nativity of Washington
Bates, Isaac C
Northampton. Printed by William Butler. [1812]. 24 p.

An oration pronounced before the Whigs of Portsmouth, on the fourth of July, A.D. 1834
Cutter, Charles William
Portsmouth, N.H. J.F. Shores. 1834. 32 p.

An oration pronounced before the young men of Westchester county, on the completion of a monument, erected by them to the captors of Major Andre, at Tarrytown, Oct. 7, 1853
Raymond, Henry J
New York. S. T. Callahan, printer. 1853. 36 p.

An oration, pronounced in commemoration of American independence, before the citizens of Dedham, and the military company for the day, composed of citizen volunteers: July 4, 1822
Field, Barnum
Dedham. Printed by H. & W.H. Mann. 1822. 14-20 p.

An oration, pronounced in the brick meeting-house, New Haven, at the request of Hiram Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, on the anniversary of St. John the Evangelist, January first, 1802
Bray, Oliver
New-Haven. Printed by Thomas Green and son. 1802. 32 p.

An oration, pronounced July 4, 1796, at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston: in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence
Lathrop, John
Boston. Printed and sold by Benjamin Edes, Kilby street,--. 23 p.

An oration pronounced July 4, 1798, at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston: in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence
Quincy, Josiah
Boston . by John Fenno . 1798. 21, [3] p.

An oration, pronounced July 4, 1800, at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston, in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence
Hall, Joseph
Boston. From the printing-office of Manning & Loring. [1800]. 24 p.

An oration, pronounced July 4, 1800, at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Roxbury, in commemoration of American independence
Richardson, Luther
Boston. Printed by John Russell. [1800]. [3]-19 pp.

An oration pronounced July 4, 1800 in the Baptist meeting-house in Providence: it being the anniversary of American independence
Russell, Jonathan
Providence. Robinson & Howland. 1814. 26 p.

An oration, pronounced July 4, 1801, at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston, in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence
Paine, Charles
Boston. Manning & Loring. [1801]. 24 p.

An oration, pronounced July 4, 1805, at the request of the Federal Republicans of the town of Charlestown, at the anniversary commemoration of American independence
Putnam, Aaron Hall
Charlestown. Printed by Samuel Etheridge. 1805. 18 p.

An oration pronounced July 4, 1808, before the citizens of the town of Roxbury, in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence
Smith, Nathaniel Ruggles
[Boston. s.n.]. 1808. 19 p.

An oration pronounced July 4, 1812 before the citizens of the county of Plymouth on the anniversary of American independence
Richardson, Joseph
[Boston. s.n. 1812]. 23 p.

An oration pronounced July 4, 1814: Being the thirty-eighth year of American independence; at request of the Republican citizens of Portsmouth
Austin, Daniel
Portsmouth, [N.H.]. Printed by Beck & Foster. 1814. 23 p.

An oration, pronounced July 4, 1818, at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston, in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence
Gray, Francis Calley
Boston. Published by Charles Callender. 1818. 24 p.

An oration, pronounced July 4th, 1793: at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston, in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence
Adams, John Quincy
Boston. Printed by Benjamin Edes. 1793. 21 p.

An oration, pronounced July 4th, 1794, at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston, in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence
Phillips, John
Boston. Printed and sold by Benjamin Edes. 1794. 19 p.

An oration pronounced July 4th, 1795 at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston: in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence
Blake, George
Boston. Printed and sold by Benjamin Edes. 1795. 28 p.

An oration, pronounced July 4th, 1800, in the Baptist meeting-house, in Providence: it being the anniversary of American independence
Russell, Jonathan
Rhode-Island. Providence printed, Warren, re-printed and sold by Nathaniel Phillips. 1800. 38 p.

An oration, pronounced July 4th, 1803: at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston, in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence
Sullivan, William
Boston. Printed at the "Boston weekly magazine" Office, by Gilbert and Dean. 1803. 21 p.

An oration pronounced July 4th, 1812 at the request of the Republicans of the town of Salem in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence
Pitman, John
Salem. Warwick Palfray, Jun. 1812. 23 p.

An oration, pronounced on the 4th day of July, 1798, at the request of a number of the inhabitants of Dedham and its vicinity: in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence
Lathrop, John
Dedham [Mass.]. Printed at the Minerva Press. 1798. 19, [1] p.

An oration, pronounced on the evening of the 5th February, before the alumni of Yale college, resident in the city of New-York, in commemoration of their late president, Timothy Dwight, D. D., L. L. D
Spring, Gardiner ; Dwight, Timothy
New-York. Published by Dodge & Sayre, 86 Broadway. 1817. 35 p.

An oration, pronounced on the evening of the 5th Februrary, before the alumni of Yale college, resident in the city of New-York, in commemoration of their late president, Timothy Dwight, D. D., L. L. D
Spring, Gardiner ; Dwight, Timothy
New-York. Published by Dodge & Sayre, 86 Broadway. 1817. 35 p.

An oration, pronounced on the thirtieth anniversary of American independence: before the Young Democratic Republicans, of the town of Boston, at the Second Baptist meeting house, July 4, 1806
Gleason, Joseph
Boston. Printed by Oliver & Munroe, no. 78, State-Street. 1806. 24 p.

An oration, pronounced on the twenty-fifth of December, 1835, on the character, nature, and attributes of Jesus Christ: in the Second Baptist meeting house, of Philadelphia
Hewson, John
Baltimore. Bull & Tuttle. 1836. 67 p.

An oration, pronounced the 4th day of July, 1799, at Salisbury, in the state of New Hampshire
Thompson, Thomas W
Printed at Concord. by Geo. Hough. 1799. 16 p.

An oration recited in Newburyport in commemoration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Washington Light Infantry Company
Lunt, George
Newburyport. The Company. 1825. 18 p.

An oration, sacred to the memory of Gen. George Washington
Worcester, Samuel
Leominster (Mass.). Printed by Adams & Wilder. 1800. 21 p.

An oration spoken at Dedham on the fourth of July, 1799: at the request of a number of the inhabitants of that town and its vicinity, who assmebled to commemorate American independence
Haven, Samuel
[Dedham, Mass.]. Printed at the Minerva Press in Dedham, by Herman Mann. 1799. 24 p.

An oration, spoken before the Connecticut Society for the Promotion of Freedom and the Relief of Persons Unlawfully Holden in Bondage: convened in Hartford, on the 8th day of May, A.D. 1794
Dwight, Theodore
Printed at Hartford. By Hudson and Goodwin. 1794. 24 p.

An oration, spoken in the Second Baptist meeting-house, at Newport, on the Fourth of July, 1801
Mumford, Paul M
Newport. Printed by Oliver Farnsworth. 1801. 23 p.

An oration upon genius, pronounced at the anniversary commencement of Harvard University, in Cambridge, July 19, 1797
Perkins, Joseph
Boston. Printed by Manning & Loring for Joseph Nancrede. 1797. 22, [2] p.

An oration, upon the beauties of liberty, or, The essential rights of the Americans: delivered at the Second Baptist Church in Boston, upon the last annual Thanksgiving : humbly dedicated to the Right-Honourable the Earl of Dartmouth
Allen, John
New-London. Printed by T. Green, for Joseph Knight. 1773. 23 p.

An oration, upon the death of General George Washington: delivered in the state-house at Trenton, on the 14th of January, 1800
Smith, Samuel Stanhope ; Toner, Joseph M
Trenton. Printed by G. Craft. M.DCCC. [1800]. 45, [3] p., [1] leaf of plates.

An oration upon the death of General Washington
Morris, Gouverneur ; Furman, John K
New-York. Printed by John Furman. 1800. 24 p.

An oration, upon the death of Gen. George Washington: delivered in the State-House at Trenton, on the 14th of January, 1800
Smith, Samuel Stanhope
Trenton. Printed by G. Craft. 1800. 45, [3] p.

An oration upon the dignity and utility of the art and science of agriculture: delivered before the Dorchester Agricultural Society, and a numerous audience, at their first exhibition and fair, held in Cambridge, Nov. 10, 1825
Muse, Joseph E
[Baltimore?]. The Board [of the Society]. 1825. 22 p.

An oration upon the freedom of the press: delivered at Danbury, Conn. on the liberation from imprisonment of P.T. Barnum, Esq., editor of the Herald of freedom, for an alleged libel
Fisk, Theophilus
[S.l. s.n. 183-?]. p. [33]-48 p.

An oration upon the gloomy aspects of the times: delivered in the precint meeting-house in Attleborough on Nov. 2, 1774 to a very numerous auditory there assembled for that purpose, from that and the adjacent towns, being the fall before open hostilites commenced between Great Britain and the American Colonies
Ross, Zephaniah
Springfield [Mass.]. Printed [by Edward Gray?]. 1795. viii, 28 p.

An oration upon the independence of the United States of America: delivered at Litchfield, N.H., at the request of a committee of its inhabitants, before a very numerous audience, July 4, 1803, being the 27th anniversary
Clagett, Clifton
Amherst, N.H. J. Cushing, printer. 1803. 15 p.

An oration, urging the necessity of religion, as the only permament basis of civil government: pronounced in the Baptist meeting-house in Providence, at the commencement of Rhode-Island College, September 5, A.D. 1798
Thompson, Otis
Providence. Printed by Carter and Wilkinson. 1798. 8 p.

An oration, written at the request of the young men of Boston and delivered, July 17th 1799: in commemoration of the dissolution of the treaties, and consular convention, between France and the United States of America
Paine, Robert Treat
Boston. Printed by John Russell. 1799. 30, [2] p. (the last leaf blank).

An oration written for the Fourth of July, 1863: from the text "Proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof"-- Levit. XXV.10
American Citizen
Philadelphia. Printed for the author. 1863. 20 p.

An orator of justice: a speech biography of Viscount Buckmaster
Buckmaster, Stanley Owen Buckmaster ; Johnston, James
London. I. Nicholson & Watson, ltd. 1932. xi, 300 p.

An orator's library: (John Bright and his books)
Mills, Joseph Travis
London. Friends' historical society. 1946. 24 p.

An orbicular rock in andesite from Akagi Volcano, Japan
Koide, Haku
Kawasaki-shi, Japan. Geological Survey of Japan. 1951. 18 p., 6 p. of plates.

An orchard invisible: a natural history of seeds
Silvertown, Jonathan W ; Whitesides, Amy
Chicago . The University of Chicago Press. 2009. p. cm.

An orchard of wishes
Afejuku, Tony E
Apapa, Lagos, Nigeria. Business Graphics. 1999. 57 p.

An orchard princess
Barbour, Ralph Henry
Philadelphia. J.B. Lippincott. 1905. 219 p.

An orchestra is born: the founding of the Palestine Orchestra as reflected in Bronislaw Huberman's letters, speeches, and articles, compiled from the Huberman Archives in the Central Music Library in Israel
Huberman, Bronislaw ; Ibbeken, Ida
[Tel-Aviv]. Yachdav. [1969]. 88, 81 p.

An orchestra musician's odyssey: a view from the rear
Yancich, Milan
Rochester, N.Y. Wind Music. c1995. xix, 367 p.

An orchestra of voices: making the argument for greater speech and press freedom in the People's Republic of China
Sun, Xupei ; Michel, Elizabeth C
Westport, Conn. Praeger. 2001. xxv, 143 p.

An orchid flora of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands
Ackerman, James D
Bronx, N.Y. New York Botanical Garden. 1995. 203 p.

A "Nordau" Páholy 40 éve: 1949-1989
Deutsch, Lóránt
Tel-Aviv. [s.n.]. 1991. 112, 23 p.

An ordeal of honor
Pryde, Anthony
New York. R.M. McBride & Company. 1922. 2 p. l., [7]-338 p.

An order and declaration of His Highnes and the council for continuing the Committee for the Army
London. Printed by Henry Hills and John Field. 1655. 73-75, [1] p.

An order and declaration of His Highness and his council for collecting the excise in Ireland
London. Printed by Henry Hills and John Field. 1655. [2], 45-54 p.

An order and declaration of His Highness and his council for collecting the excize in Scotland
London. Henry Hills and John Field. 1655. [2], 59-68 p.

An order and declaration of His Highness and his council for continuing the Committee for the Army
London. Printed by Henry Hills and John Field. 1654. 23-25, [1] p.

An order and declaration of His Highness and the council for an assessment of sixty thousand pounds per mensem, for six moneths, from the five and twentieth of December 1655, to the four and twentieth of June 1656
London. Printed by Henry Hills and John Field. 1655. [2], 145-157, [1] p.

An order and declaration of His Highness and the council for an assessment of sixty thousand pounds per mensem, from the four and twentieth of June, 1655
London. Printed by Henry Hills and John Field. 1655. [2], 77-87, [1] p.

An order and declaration of His Highness the Lord Protector, with the advice of his council for an assessment of threescore thousand pounds by the moneth, for six moneths, for and towards the maintenance of the armies and navies of this common-wealth
London. Printed by Henry Hills and John Field. 1654. [2], 13, [1] p.

An order and declaration of His Highness the Lord Protector, with the advice of his council, touching the continuance of the duty of excize and new impost
London. Printed by Henry Hills and John Field. 1654. 19-21, [1] p.

An order book of the Third Regiment, South Carolina Line, Continental Establishment, December 23, 1776-May 2, 1777
Salley, A. S
Columbia. Printed for the Historical Commission of South Carolina by the State Co. 1942. 44 p.

An ordered love: sex roles and sexuality in Victorian Utopias : the Shakers, the Mormons, and the Oneida Community
Kern, Louis J
Chapel Hill. University of North Carolina Press. c1981. xiii, 430 p.

An ordered society: gender and class in early modern England
Amussen, Susan Dwyer
New York. Columbia University Press. [1993]. xi, 203 p.

An ordered society: gender and class in early modern England
Amussen, Susan Dwyer
Oxford, UK . B. Blackwell. 1988. xi, 203 p.

An order for Holy Communion: a report of the Church of England Liturgical Commission to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York
London. S.P.C.K. 1971. [1], 64 p.

An order for the administration: of the Holy Communion commonly known as The Indian Liturgy
[Rev. ed. Bombay]. Oxford University Press. [1948]. 43 p.

An order for the celebration of the Holy Eucharist: and the administration of the Holy Communion with additional propers
Penarth. Church in Wales Publications. [1966?]. 18, [197]-301 p.

An order for the celebration of the holy eucharist, in accord with early tradition and the Book of common prayer: historical introduction and text
Hurlbut, Stephen Augustus
Washington, D.C. The St. Albans press. 1947. 8, xi, [l], 9-15, [l] p.

An ordering concept on the basis of alternative principles in chemistry: design of chemicals and chemical reactions by differentiation and compensation
Heimbach, P ; Bartik, T
Berlin . Springer-Verlag. 1989. xvii, 214 p.

An ordering of the NIOSH Suspected carcinogens list, based only on data contained in the list
Washington. Office of Toxic Substances, Environmental Protection Agency. 1976. 601 p. in various pagings.

An orderly life
Yglesias, Jose
Houston, Tex. Arte Público Press. 2004. p. cm.

An orderly life
Yglesias, Jose
New York. Pantheon Books. [1968]. 242 p.

An orderly man
Bogarde, Dirk
London. Chatto & Windus. 1983. 291 p., [17] p. of plates.

An orderly rebellion: Bulgaria's transition from dictator to democracy
Bell, John D ; Kimball, Roberta D
Washington, D.C. (1620 I Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20006). International Foundation for Electoral Systems. [1990]. 1 v. (various pagings).

An order of battle for the Roman Empire, AD 30 - AD 1071
Hinds, James R
Las Vegas, Nev. Historical Concepts. 2005. xi, 284 p.

An order of protection
Creighton, Kathleen
New York. Silhouette Books. 2004. 250 p.

An Order of service to be used at Gregynog on Saturday 9 February 1974
Herbert-Jones, Dora
[Aberystwyth. Printed at the National Library of Wales. 1974]. [6] p.

An order of the High Court of Chancery: made by the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners for the custody of the Great Seal of Great Britain, on the 26th of May, 1725
London. Printed by S. Buckley. 1725. [2], 7, [1] p.

An order outside time: a Jungian view of the higher self from Egypt to Christ
Clarke, Robert B
Charlottesville, VA. Hampton Roads Pub. c2005. xxxiii, 453 p.

An order relative to specific appropriations: it is ordered by the City Council ... for the next finacial year, which commences on the first day of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six ... the following sums of money be ... appropriated
[Boston. s.n. 1826]. 4 p.

An order to view: a novel
Marriott, Charles
London. Hutchinson & co. [1922]. 286 p.

A nordestina e outras 49 crônicas
Bastos, Wilson de Lima
Juiz de Fora. Ed. Paraibuna. 1968. 127 p.

A Nordic environmental research programme for 1993-1997
Copenhagen. Nordic Council of Ministers. [1991]. 153 p.

A Nordic/SADC partnership?: options for future bi-regional co-operation
Kornegay, Francis A ; Landsberg, Chris
Johannesburg. Centre for Policy Studies. [1998]. 14 p.

An ordinal-scale classification of water erosion intensity
Wahome, E. K ; Dunne, Thomas
Nairobi, Kenya. Dept. of Resource Surveys and Remote Sensing, Ministry of Planning and National Development. 1990. v, 8 p.

An Ordinal, the United Methodist Church: adopted for official alternative use by the 1980 General Conference
[Nashville, Tenn.]. United Methodist Pub. House. c1979. 160 p.

An ordinance and declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: Allowing and authorizing any of His majesties good and loyall subjects in the kingdome of England, to furnish with all manner of warlike provision, and to send to sea what ships and pinnaces they shall thinke fit
London. Printed for Iohn Wright. 1642. [8] p.

An ordinance appointing commissioners to survey the forests, honors, manors, lands, tenements, and hereditaments, within the usual limits and perambulations of the same, heretofore belonging to the late King, Queen, and Prince
London. Printed by William du-Gard and Henry Hills. 1654. [2], 733-740 p.

An ordinance, ascertaining what captures on water shall be lawful: In pursuance of the powers delegated by the Confederation in cases of capture on water
Hanson, John ; Thomson, Charles ; Claypoole, David C
Philadelphia. Printed by David C. Claypoole. [1781]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An ordinance, &c: Whereas the safety and tranquility of the frontiers of the United States, do in some measure depend on the maintaining a good correspondence between their citizens and the several nations of Indians in amity with them
[New York. s.n. 1786]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An ordinance concerning the improvement of streets with vitrified brick or block pavement
Louisville. Printed by the Bradley & Gilbert Co. 1894. 18 p.

An ordinance, for amending the ordinance, ascertaining what captures on water shall be lawful
Hanson, John ; Thomson, Charles ; Claypoole, David C
[Philadelphia. Printed by David C. Claypoole. 1782]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An ordinance for ascertaining the mode of disposing of lands in the Western Territory: Be it ordained by the United States in Congress assembled, that the territory ceded by individual states to the United States, which has been purchased of the Indian inhabitants, shall be disposed of in the following manner
King, Rufus ; Johnson, William Samuel
[New York. s.n. 1785]. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

An ordinance for ascertaining the mode of locating and disposing of lands in the Western Territory
Dunlap, John
[Annapolis. Printed by John Dunlap. 1784]. [3] p.

An ordinance for bringing several branches of the revenue under the mannaging and government of the Commissioners for the Treasury and Court of Exchequer
London. Printed by Will. du-Guard and Hen. Hills. 1654. [2], 725-730 p.

An ordinance for establishing a board to liquidate and settle all accounts between the United States and individual states
[New York. s.n. 1786]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An ordinance for establishing courts of judicature &c. 1699 May 15th
<New York. Printed by William Bradford. 1699>. 4 p.

[An ordinance for regulating and establishing the fees to be hereafter taken by the officers of the Court of Chancery of the Province of New-Jersey
(New York. W. Bradford. 1724)]. 7 p.

[An ordinance for regulating courts of judicature in the Province of New-Jersey
New-York. W. Bradford. 1725]. 9 p.

An ordinance for regulating & establishing fees within this His Majesty's Province of New-Jersey
[New York]. W. Bradford. 1724. 14 p.

An ordinance for regulating the distribution of the Schuylkill water, and for the other purposes therein mentioned
[Philadelphia. s.n. 1801]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An ordinance for regulating the militia of New Jersey: passed at a sitting of the provincial congress, held at Trenton in the month of October, 1775 ; to which is annexed, the Continental articles of war
Burlington. Printed and sold by Isaac Collins. 1776. 35+ p.

An ordinance for reviving and continuing an Act of Parlament for recovery and preservation of many thousand acres of ground in Norfolk and Suffolk surrounded by the rage of the sea
London. Printed by William du-Gard and Henry Hills. 1654. [2], 475-476 p.

An ordinance for reviving the Court of the Dutchy of Lancaster
London. Printed by Henry Hills and John Field. 1654. 15-17, [1] p.

An ordinance for taking an accompt of the moneys received upon the Act for the better propagation and preaching of the Gospel in Wales, etc
London. Printed by William Du-Gard, and Henry Hills. 1654. 715-721, [1] p.

An ordinance for the better distribution of prizes in certain cases
Hanson, John ; Thomson, Charles ; Claypoole, David C
[Philadelphia. Printed by David C. Claypoole. 1782]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An ordinance for the continuance and maintenance of the alms-houses & alms-men called Poor Knights, and other charitable and pious uses, whereof the late dean and canons of Windsor were feoffees in trust
London. Printed by Henry Hills and John Field. 1655. [2], 29-41, [1] p.

An ordinance for the due regulation of the markets
[Boston. s.n. 182-?]. 5 p.

An ordinance for the establishment of the mint of the United States of America, and for regulating the value and alloy of coin
Osgood, Samuel ; Lee, Arthur
[New York. s.n. 1786]. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

An ordinance for the further establishing the Supream Court of Judicature for the province of New-York: and encreasing the terms and returns thereof
[New York]. Printed by William Bradford. 1704. [2], 2 p.

An ordinance for the government of the territory of the United States, North-west of the river Ohio
Thomson, Charles
[New York. s.n. 1787]. [4] p. (p. [2-4] blank).