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Hancock, John
Ioannes Hancockius
John Hancock (államférfi)
John Hancock (American Patriot and statesman during the American Revolution (1737–1793))
John Hancock (Amerikaans ondernemer)
John Hancock (amerikanischer Kaufmann und Politiker)
John Hancock (estadista y patriota estadounidense)
John Hancock (politicien américain)
John Hancock (politico statunitense)
Хэнкок, Джон
Џон Хенкок
ჯონ ჰენკოკი
ჯონ ჰენქოქი
ג'ון הנקוק
جان هنکاک
جون هانكوك
ජෝන් හැන්කොක්
존 핸콕
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Church, Benjamin (1734-1778))
Continental Congress Broadside Collection (Library of Congress)
Cooper, Samuel (1725-1783))
Dunlap, John (1747-1812)
Massachusetts Governor (1780-1785 : Hancock) (see also from)
Massachusetts Governor (1787-1793 : Hancock) (see also from)
Penn, Richard approximately (1736-1811)
Quétant, Antoine-François (1733-1823)
Romans, Bernard (1741?-ca. 1784)
Thomson, Charles (1729-1824)
United States. Continental Congress
Warren, Joseph (1741-1775))
accurate map of the State and Province of New-Hampshire in New England, taken from actual surveys of all the inhabited part, and from the best information of what is uninhabited, together with the adjacent countries, which exhibits the theatre of this war in that part of the world, An
Aux habitants de la province du Canada Amis et compatriotes; Notre prÜ♭cÜ♭dente adresse vous a dÜ♭montrÜ♭ nos droits.
Chad's Ford, September 11, 1777. 5 o'clock p.m. : Sir, When I had the honor of addressing you this morning, I mentioned that the enemy were advancing and had began a cannonade. ...
Complaint: or, night-thoughts.
Discours de Son Excellence Monsieur Jean Hancock
Dr. Hancocke vom Gemeinen Wasser als dem besten Fiebermittel
In Congress, April 14, 1777 : Resolved, that from and after the publication hereof, the second article of the 8th section, the first article of the 11th section, the 8th article of the 14th section, and the 2d article of the 18th section of the rules and articles for the better government of the troops ... passed in Congress, the 20th day of September, one thousand, seven hundred and seventy-six, shall be, and they are hereby repealed, and that the four following articles be substituted in the place and stead thereof. ...
In Congress, April 14, 1777 : Resolved, that it be recommended to the executive powers of each of the United States, to enquire into the conduct of all officers on the recruiting service, within them respectively, to remove all such as belong to the battalions of their respective quotas, who have neglected their duty ...
In Congress, August 28, 1776 : Resolved, that there be an inspector or inspectors sufficiently qualified to judge the goodness of gun-powder, who shall examine every cask of gun-powder manufactured or to be purchased on account of the United States, by the most approved method of ascertaining the quality of gun-powder ...
In Congress. December 30, 1776 : It appearing to Congress that it will be extremely difficult, if not impracticable, to supply the Army of the United States with bacon, salted beef and pork, soap, tallow and candles ... Resolved, that none of the said articles ... be exported from any of the United States after the fifth day of January next, until the first day of November next ...
In Congress, February 15, 1777 : Resolved, that considering the situation of the New-England states, Congress approve of the measures adopted and recommended by the committee from the four New-England states for the defence of the state of Rhode-Island, and also of the measures to be taken for preventing the depreciation of their currency ...
In Congress, Monday, June 12, 1775 As the great governor of the world, by his supreme and universal providence, not only conducts the course of nature with unerring wisdom and rectitude, but frequently influences the minds of men to serve the wise and gracious purposes of His providential government; ... This Congress, therefore, considering the present critical, alarming and calamitous state of these colonies, do earnestly recommend, that Thursday, the twentieth day of July next, be observed by the inhabitants of all the English colonies on this continent, as a day of public humiliation, fasting and prayer, .
In Congress, Wednesday, April 3, 1776 : Instructions to the commanders of private ships or vessels of war, which shall have commissions or letters of marque and reprisal, authorising them to make captures of British vessels and cargoes.
John Hancock papers
John Hancock's life and speeches : a personalized vision of the American Revolution, 1763-1793
Moyen facile de payer les impots dans les possessions de l'Amerique angloise
Nathaniel Shaw papers
Nocte cogitata, auctore, anglice scripta, Young, D.D. quae lingua Latii donavit America. [One line from Virgil]
oration; delivered March 5, 1774, at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston: to commemorate the bloody tragedy of the fifth of March, 1770., An
Philadelphia, August 22, 1777 : By an express arrived last evening from General Schuyler to Congress, we have the following important intelligence. ...
representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, to the people in general, and particularly to the inhabitants of Pennsylvania, and the adjacent states., The
Science du bonhomme Richard
To the Honl. Jno. Hancock Esq're, president of ye Continental Congress, this map of the seat of civil war in America is respectfully inscribed
Way to wealth.