3 edition of The constitution and bye-laws of the New-Haven Library Company found in the catalog.
The constitution and bye-laws of the New-Haven Library Company
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 35969.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
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The plan of stereotyping the titles, separately, would be of great value to every increasing library, independent of any general system. Conrad, No. James LEE, Hanover. April, The apron will be furnished to brethren who may please to subscribe, on the following terms The appointment had been made by the great minister, Robert Walpole, for whom Mr.
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By Nathaniel Ruby. Containing a great variety of useful and entertaining matter. Pechin, and G. The troops were to remain in America; the Mutiny Act, which required soldiers in barracks to be furnished with provisions and utensils by local authorities, and which as a matter of course went where the army went, was supplemented by the Quartering Act, which made further provision for the billeting and supplying of the troops in America.
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