University of California, Berkeley - Bancroft Library
Volume 1 edited by Dale L. Morgan and George P. Hammond. Volume 2 edited by G. P. Hammond.
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Government agency. Reports, correspondence, orders, instructions, commissions, and other material relating to British overseas trade.
Berea College - Special Collections and Archives
Materials consist of minutes, corre¬spondence, photographs, and publications, and other records related to the pacifist activities of the Berea Chapter of the Fellowship of Reconciliation
Berea College - Special Collections and Archives
The collection is comprised of cookbooks, recipes, promotional cookbooks, souvenirs, and recipe booklets published by food companies and other manufacturers
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Outlaws privateering without a special license from the governor of Jamaica, and also outlaws aiding or communicating with privateers or pirates, citing Britain's treaties as the reason for the Act
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Ink illustrations
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Contemporary manuscript copy, wanting the address, "To the Governour ...," of a letter informing the Council of Massachusetts Bay about commissioners the king proposes to send to New England. The commissioners being sent to New England were a manifestation of the re-establishment of royal authority in the colony. Cf. Documents relative to the colonial history of the state of New York. Albany, v. 3, 1853, p. 61-63
Newberry Library
Letters from Thomas Penn to nephew John Penn, lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania (Dec. 10, 1763) and Sir William Johnson, British superintendent of Indian affairs (Sept. 7, 1763), regarding Indian disturbances and colonial administration -- To his nephew, Penn praises the military response of Col. John Armstrong to Indian aggression and mentions parliamentary bills to enlarge the military and end paper money disputes with the Pennsylvania Assembly. Penn praises Johnson's handling of Indian affairs and advises him on obtaining preferment. He also discusses Johnson's plan to set a boundary line between the colonies and the Indians, and notes Pennsylvania's intention to pay the Indians for any lands lost in the demarcation