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Petition Of Prisoners In Worcester Jail To Extend The Prison Yard, September 8, 1784., Elijah Isaacson, George Shayer, Jacob Ellison, Henry Chase, Jonathan Willington, Daniel Novell, Asa Danforth, Matthew Knight Sep 2014

Petition Of Prisoners In Worcester Jail To Extend The Prison Yard, September 8, 1784., Elijah Isaacson, George Shayer, Jacob Ellison, Henry Chase, Jonathan Willington, Daniel Novell, Asa Danforth, Matthew Knight

Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection

The prisoners ask that the prison yard at Worcester jail be extended to accomodate the increasing number of prisoners.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 2, R. Raymond Allen, Neil R. Grobman, John D. Kendig, Lee C. Hopple, Karl J. R. Arndt, Candace Heath, William J. Rupp, Timothy C. Rupp Jan 1982

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 2, R. Raymond Allen, Neil R. Grobman, John D. Kendig, Lee C. Hopple, Karl J. R. Arndt, Candace Heath, William J. Rupp, Timothy C. Rupp

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Fiddle Tradition in Central Pennsylvania
• A Polish Wycinanki Artist from Philadelphia
• Winter Holidays in the Dutch Country
• Germanic European Origins and Geographical History of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Amish
• Franklin's Lost Map of Germantown, Massachusetts
• Play Alternatives for the Lone Child: Commercialization and Innovation
• A Weisenberg Reminiscence


B641: A Comparison Of Food Prices In Boston, Massachusetts And Bangor, Maine: December, 1965, Allan W. Mackinnon, Bonnie G. Marsh, John C. Dean, Richard E. Vizard May 1966

B641: A Comparison Of Food Prices In Boston, Massachusetts And Bangor, Maine: December, 1965, Allan W. Mackinnon, Bonnie G. Marsh, John C. Dean, Richard E. Vizard

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The results of this study, using store surveys and advertised price comparisons, showed that the cost of food-at-home items is higher in Bangor than in Boston. In addition to higher average prices in Bangor for many items, the total average expenditure for the group of food items is 4% higher in Bangor. Although it is clear that the cost of food is higher in Bangor, the study made no attempt to determine any of the causes of the cost differentia1. Two possible reasons might be the distance of Bangor from some of the major food suppliers and the difference in ...


Elbridge Gerry Writes To Mrs. Morton And Communicates Regrets And That A Message Has Been Conveyed. Cambridge, Mass., 1811., Elbridge Gerry Oct 1811

Elbridge Gerry Writes To Mrs. Morton And Communicates Regrets And That A Message Has Been Conveyed. Cambridge, Mass., 1811., Elbridge Gerry

Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection

Gerry signed the Declaration of Independence, was a delegate to the Continental Convention, was governor of Massachusetts, and Vice President of the U.S.


Import Certificate For One Cask Of Bordeaux Wine Received At Marblehead, Mass., Signed By Benjamin Lincoln, 1806., Benjamin Lincoln Jr., District Of Massachusetts, Port Of Marblehead Apr 1806

Import Certificate For One Cask Of Bordeaux Wine Received At Marblehead, Mass., Signed By Benjamin Lincoln, 1806., Benjamin Lincoln Jr., District Of Massachusetts, Port Of Marblehead

Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection

Benjamin Lincoln certifies the importation of one cask of wine at Marblehead, Mass., 1806.


Receipt For One Cask Of Bordeaux Wine, Signed By Benjamin Lincoln At The Port Of Gloucester, Massachuetts, 1805., Benjamin Lincoln Jr., District Of Massachusetts, Port Of Gloucester Feb 1805

Receipt For One Cask Of Bordeaux Wine, Signed By Benjamin Lincoln At The Port Of Gloucester, Massachuetts, 1805., Benjamin Lincoln Jr., District Of Massachusetts, Port Of Gloucester

Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection

Benjamin Lincoln certifies the importation of one cask of wine at Gloucester, Mass., 1805.


Import Certificate For One Cask Of Bordeaux Wine Recieved At Marblehead, Mass., Signed By Benjamin Lincoln, 1804., Benjamin Lincoln Jr., District Of Massachusetts, Port Of Marblehead Oct 1804

Import Certificate For One Cask Of Bordeaux Wine Recieved At Marblehead, Mass., Signed By Benjamin Lincoln, 1804., Benjamin Lincoln Jr., District Of Massachusetts, Port Of Marblehead

Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection

Benjamin Lincoln certifies the importation of one cask of wine at Marblehead, Mass., 1804.


Certificate Of Import Of A Cask Of Bordeaux Wine At Marblehead, Mass., Via The Vessel Joanna Zinnia. Signed By Benjamin Lincoln, 1804., Benjamin Lincoln, District Of Massachusetts, Port Of Marblehead Oct 1804

Certificate Of Import Of A Cask Of Bordeaux Wine At Marblehead, Mass., Via The Vessel Joanna Zinnia. Signed By Benjamin Lincoln, 1804., Benjamin Lincoln, District Of Massachusetts, Port Of Marblehead

Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection

Benjamin Lincoln certifies the importation of one cask of wine at Marblehead, Mass., 1804.


Receipt For One Chest Of Green Tea Signed By Benjamin Lincoln And Thomas Melvill At Boston, 1810., Benjamin Lincoln Jr., Thomas Melvill, District Of Massachusetts, Port Of Boston And Charlestown Jul 1802

Receipt For One Chest Of Green Tea Signed By Benjamin Lincoln And Thomas Melvill At Boston, 1810., Benjamin Lincoln Jr., Thomas Melvill, District Of Massachusetts, Port Of Boston And Charlestown

Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection

This import certificate for one chest, 63 pounds, of green tea is signed by Lincoln as Collector and Melvill as Inspector. Includes engraved portrait of Benjamin Lincoln.


Letter From Benjamin Lincoln, Jr. To William Palfrey, 1768., Benjamin Lincoln Jr. Nov 1768

Letter From Benjamin Lincoln, Jr. To William Palfrey, 1768., Benjamin Lincoln Jr.

Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection

In this letter, Lincoln offers to deliver money to Palfrey, an associate of John Hancock, from a Mr. Barter, 1768.