A bill for prolonging the term for payment of certain duties granted by an act made in the twelfth and thirteenth years of his late Majesty King William, intituled, An act for recovering, securing, and keeping in repair, the harbour of Minehead, for the benefit and support of the navigation and trade of this kingdom
[London. 1712]. 1 sheet.

A Bill for Quieting and Adjusting Claims to Land in the Mississippi Territory
Brown, James
[Washington. s.n. 1815]. 3 p.

A Bill for Quieting and Adjusting Claims to Lands in the Mississippi Territory
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 4 p.

A bill for raising and establishing a fund for a provision for the widows and children of the clergy of the Church of Ireland: Presented by Sir Francis Hutchinson, ... 22 die Decembris 1783. (Now printed as altered by the Committee.)
Dublin. printed by William M'Kenzie. 1784. 47,[1]p.

A bill for raising a sum of money, by a county-rate, for erecting or purchasing a proper prison for debtors, in the county of Devon
[London. 1753]. 7,[1]p.

A bill for raising a supply for His Majesty's service: which was framed by the Lower House of Assembly of the province of Maryland, at a session held at the city of Annapolis, in March 1762, and rejected by the Upper House. : To which is prefixed all the messages which passed between the two Houses, relating thereto. : Published by authority, for the perusal of the inhabitants
Annapolis. Printed by Jonas Green, printer to the province. MDCCLXII. [1762]. 10, [5], 12-59, [1] p.

A Bill for Reducing the Duties on Licenses to Retailers of Wines, Spirituous Liquors, and Foreign Merchandise
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 2 p.

A Bill for Reducing the Duties Payable on Prize Goods Captured by the Private Armed Vessels of the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 2 p.

A bill for registering and clearing vessels, and regulating the coastal trade, and for other purposes
(New-York. Printed by Thomas Greenleaf.). [1789]. 14 p.

A bill for registering and clearing vessels, and regulating the coasting trade
(New-York. Printed by Thomas Greenleaf.). [1789]. 12 p.

A bill for registering ships or vessels, for regulating those employed in the coasting trade and fisheries, and for other purposes
[Philadelphia]. Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine. [1792]. 17, [1] p.

A bill for regulating the post-office of the United States
New-York. Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine. [1790]. 6 p.

A bill for relief of the eight hundred licensed hackney-coach-men, within the cities of London and Westminster, and the weekly bills of mortality
[London. 1716]. 4p.

A bill for repairing, amending, and widening, the roads leading from the town of Bewdley, in the county of Worcester
[London. 1753]. 27,[1]p.

A bill for repairing and inlarging the roads from the town of Selby, in the West-Riding of the county of York, to the town of Leeds
[London. 1741]. 15,[1]p.

A bill for repairing and widening the road from Rochdale to Burnley, in the county of Lancaster
[London. 1755]. 19,[1]p.

A bill for repairing and widening the road, from the Hand and Post in Upton Field, in the parish of Burford, in the county of Oxford, ... to the town of Cirencester, at a place in the parish of Preston commonly called Dancy's Fancy, in the county of Gloucester
[London. 1753]. 21,[1]p.

A bill for repairing and widening the road from the north end of Bridgeford-lane, in the county of Nottingham, ... to the bowling-green at Kettering, in the county of Northampton
[London. 1754]. 23,[1]p.

A bill for repairing, and widening, the road from the town of Tadcaster, ... to the town of Otley, in the West-Riding of the county of York
[London. 1753]. 23,[1]p.

A bill for repairing and widening the road from the west-end of Seend-Street, in the county of Wilts, to the Horse and Jockey, in the parish of Box, in the said county
[London. 1753]. 24p.

A bill for repairing and widening the road leading from Market Harborough in the county of Leicester, ... to the Pound in the parish of Brampton, in the county of Huntingdon
[London. 1752]. 29,[3]p.

A bill for repairing and widening the road leading from the top of a hill, called White-Sheet-Hill, in the great Western Post-Road, in the parish of Donhead St. Andrew, in the county of Wilts, ... to a house, called ... half-way House
[London. 1753]. 23,[1]p.

A bill for repairing and widening the roads from Grantham, in the county of Lincoln, ... to St. Mary's Bridge, in the town of Derby
[London. 1759]. 15,[1]p.

A bill for repairing and widening the roads leading from Lobcomb-Corner, in the parish of Winterslow, to Harnham-Bridge, in the county of Wilts
[London. 1753]. 27,[1]p.

A bill for repairing and widening the roads leading from Redstone-Ferry, in the county of Worcester, to the Hundred-House
[London. 1753]. 23,[1]p.

A bill for repairing and widening the several roads in the county of Peebles, leading from Tweed-hope Braefoot, towards the city of Edinburgh
[London. 1753]. 15,[1]p.

A bill for repairing the high-ways: from Kickes-End, in the parish of South-Mims, in the county of Middlesex, to Shafford-house, in the parish of St. Michael, in the county of Hertford
[London. 1715]. 4p.

A bill for repairing the highways between Shephards-Shord and Horsely-Upright-Gate: leading down Bagdown-Hill, in the county of Wilts, and other ruinous parts of highways thereunto adjacent
[London. 1714]. 4p.

A bill for repairing the road from Leeds, ... to the first rill of water, or water, or watercourse, on Hutton-Moor, in the county of York
[London. 1752]. 27,[1]p.

A bill for repairing the road from North-Shields in the county of Northumberland, to the town of Newcastle upon Tyne
[London. 1749]. 23,[1]p.

A bill for repairing the road from the city of Carlisle in the county of Cumberland, to the market and sea-port town of Workington in the said county
[London. 1753]. 25,[1]p.

A bill for repairing the road from the city of Carlisle to the town of Penrith, in the county of Cumberland
[London. 1753]. 20p.

A bill for repairing the road from Wallingford in the county of Berks, through Wantage, to Faringdon in the said county
[London. 1751]. 21,[1]p.

A bill for repairing the road leading from Oundle, in the county of Northampton, to Alconbury cum Weston, in the county of Huntingdon
[London. 1753]. 15,[1]p.

A bill for repairing the road leading from the Royal Oak on Wrotham Heath, in the county of Kent, to the village of Foots-Cray, in the said county
[London. 1751]. 15,[1]p.

A bill for repealing part, and explaining and amending other part, of an act made in the thiry-second year of the reign of his late Majesty King George the Second, intituled, "An act for vesting part of the estates intailed by ... Charles Noel, Duke of Beaufort, ... "
[London. 1762]. 31,[1]p.

A bill for repealing several subsidies and an impost now payable on tobacco of the British plantations: and for granting an inland duty in lieu thereof
[London. 1733]. 39,[1]p.

A bill for repealing several subsidies and an impost now payable on tobacco of the British plantations, and for granting an inland duty in lieu thereof
London. printed for W. Webb. 1733. 39,[1],4p.

A Bill for Repealing Several Subsidies and an Impost on Tobacco of the British Plantations and for Granting an Inland Duty in Lieu Thereof
London. Printed for W. Webb. 1733. 39, 4 p.

A bill for repealing so much of the several laws now in force as prescribes particular standards of width and length for the several woollen cloths made within the West Riding of the county of York
[London. 1765]. 13,[1]p.

A Bill for Re-printing the Laws of United States, and for the More Extensive Distribution of the Same
[Washington?. s.n.]. 1804. 2 p.

A bill for restraining Sir Thomas Rumbold, Baronet, and Peter Perring, Esquire, from going out of this kingdom for the space of one year, and until the end of the then next session of Parliament; and for discovering the estate and effects of Sir Thomas Rumbold Baronet, Peter Perring and John Whitehill
[London. 1782]. 9,[1]p.

A bill for restraining the number of houses for playing of interludes, and for the better regulating common players of interludes
[London. 1735]. 7,[1]p.

A Bill for Revising and Amending the Acts Concerning Naturalization
[Washington?]. Duane, printer. 1802. 3 p.

A bill for sale of the freehold estate, late of Amie Broxholme, widow, deceased, in the parish of Saint George, Hanover-Square
[London. 1765]. 8p.

A bill for sale of the mannors of North Court and Boynton: in the parish of Swingfield in the county of Kent, part of the estate of Richard Gomeldon, Esq; for discharging incumbrances
[London. 1711]. 4p.

A Bill for Settling Sundry Claims to Public Lands of the United States, South of the State of Tennessee
[Washington?. Duane & Son, printers. 1803]. 7 p.

A Bill for the Admission of Cadets into the Military Academy
[Washington. s.n. 1818]. 1 sheet.

A Bill for the Admission of the State of Louisiana into the Union, and to Extend the Laws of the United States to the said State
[Washington. s.n. 1812]. 4 p.

A Bill for the Admission of the State of Maine into the Union: and to Extend the Laws of the United States to Said State
[Washington. s.n. 1819]. 2 p.

A Bill for the Appointment of an Additional Judge for the Mississippi Territory, and for Other Purposes
[Washington?. s.n.]. 1804. 3 p.

A Bill for the Appointment of an Additional Judge for the Missouri Territory, and for Other Purposes
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 3 p.

A Bill for the Apportionment of Representatives among the Several States According to the Third Enumeration
[Washington. s.n. 1811]. 2 p.

A bill for the ascertainment of certain losses of the officers of government and other citizens, by the insurgents in the western counties of Pennsylvania, and providing some present relief to the sufferers
[Philadelphia. s.n. 1794]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

A Bill for the Assessment and Collection of Direct Taxes and Internal Duties
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 34 p.

A bill for the assessment of persons, property, income and salaries
[Richmond. s.n. 1864]. 56 p.

A Bill for the Benefit of Christopher Miller
[Washington. s.n. 1812]. 1 sheet.

A Bill for the Benefit of Richard Ward
German, Obadiah
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 2 p.

A Bill for the Benefit of Seamen of the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1809]. 8 p.

A Bill for the Benefit of the Widow and Children of Robert Fulton, Deceased
King, Rufus
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 2 p.

A Bill for the Benefit of the Widows and Orphans of the Officers, Seamen, and Marines Who Were Lost in the United States Brig Epervier
[Washington. s.n. 1817]. 1 p.

A Bill for the Benefit of Thomas Carr and Others
[Washington. s.n. 1818]. 2 p.

A Bill for the Better Administration of Justice in the Supreme Court and for the Appointment of Circuit Judges
[Washington. s.n. 1817]. 3 p.

A Bill for the Better Direction of the Collectors of the Respective Ports of the United States, in Granting to Seamen Certificates of Citizenship
[Washington?. s.n.]. 1804. 1 broadside.

A bill for the better ordering of the militia forces in that part of Great Britain called Scotland
[London. 1775]. 37,[1]p.

A Bill for the Better Organization of the Courts of the United States within the State of New York
[Washington. s.n. 1814]. 3 p.

A Bill for the Better Organization of the General Staff of the Army of the United States
Campbell, George Washington
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 5 p.

A bill for the better organization of the militia and for other purposes
[Columbia, S.C. s.n. 1863]. 7 p.

A Bill for the Better Organizing, Paying, and Supplying the Army of the United States
Campbell, George Washington
[Washington. s.n. 1814]. 5 p.

A bill for the better preservation and improvement of the fishery within the River of Thames; and for regulation and government of the company of fishermen of the said river
[London. 1711]. 7,[1]p.

A bill for the better regulating the government of the province of the Massachusets Bay, in North America
[London. 1774]. 8,[2]p.

A bill for the better regulating the nightly watch within the city of Philadelphia: and for raising money on the inhabitants of the said city, for defraying the necessary expences thereof
Philadelphia. Printed by B. Franklin. M,DCC,XLIII. [1743]. 11, [1] p.

A bill for the better regulating the practice of surgery in and about the City of London and Westminster, and the better providing Her Majesties fleet and army with skilful and able surgeons
London. printed by Charles Bill, and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb, deceas'd. 1705[i.e.1706]. 3[1]p.

A bill for the better regulation and government of the pilots conducting ships and vessels to and out of the port of King's Lynn, and of the bridgemen conducting gangs of lighters or barges to and from the same: and for laying down moorings in the harbour of the said port, and for preventing mischiefs by fire therein
[London. 1773]. 22,[2]p.

A bill for the better regulation of the militia in that part of Great Britain called England
[London. 1746]. 16p.

A Bill for the Better Regulation of the Ordnance
[Washington. s.n. 1812]. 4 p.

A Bill for the Better Regulation of the Ordnance Department
[Washington. s.n. 1815]. 5 p.

A bill for the better relief, imployment, and settlement of the poor, as the same was reported from the committee to the Honourable House of Commons; in order that (by reason of the great importance and universal concern of the said bill) the same be farther consider'd against the next session of Parliament
London. printed by the directions of Sir Humphry Mackworth, by Fr. Collins, for George Strahan; and are to be sold by J. Nutt. 1704. pp. [2],ii,18.

A bill for the better repairing and amending the road leading from Ipswich to Cleydon, and the road called the Pye-road, in the county of Suffolk
[London. 1711]. 7,[1]p.

A Bill for the Better Security of Public Money and Property in the Hands of Public Officers and Agents
[Washington?]. Duane, printer. 1802. 3 p.

A Bill for the Better Temporary Accommodation of the Two Houses of Congress
Horsey, Outerbridge
[Washington. s.n. 1815]. 1 sheet.

A bill for the better viewing, searching and examining of all drugs, medicines, waters, oyls, compositions, used or to be used for medicines in all places where the same shall be exposed to sale, or kept for that purpose, within the City of London and suburbs thereof
[London. 1724]. 7,[1]p.

A Bill for the Confirmation of Certain Claims to Land in the Western District of the State of Louisiana
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 2 p.

A Bill for the Defence of the Mouth of the Mississippi and for the Protection of New Orleans and its Dependencies
[Washington. s.n. 1807]. 1 sheet.

A bill for the effectual draining and preservation of certain fens called Cawdle Fen, Waterden and Redmoor
[London. 1738]. 11,[1]p.

A Bill for the encouragement and increase of seamen, and for the better and speedier manning His Majesty's fleet
[London. 1741]. 7,[1]p.

A Bill for the Encouragement of Learning and for the Promotion of the Useful Arts
[Washington. s.n. 1807]. 16 p.

A Bill for the Encouragement of Learning, and for the Promotion of Useful Arts
[Washington?. Duane & Son, printers. 1803]. 15 p.

A bill for the enlarging the time granted by an act passed in the eighth year of the reign of Her late Majesty Queen Anne, entitul'd, An act for making a convenient dock or bason at Liverpool, for security of all ships trading to and from the said port of Liverpool
[London. 1717]. 3,[1]p.

A bill for the establishment of a court-merchant in London
[London. printed by Iohn Redmayn, and are to be had at the Office of Intelligence. 1659.]. 8 p.

A Bill for the Establishment of a General Land Office in the Department of the Treasury
Bayard, James A
[Washington. s.n. 1812]. 6 p.

A Bill for the Establishment of a National University
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 2 p.

A Bill for the Establishment of an Ordnance Department
[Washington. s.n. 1812]. 5 p.

A Bill for the Establishment of a Quarter-Master's Department
Giles, William Branch
[Washington. s.n. 1811]. 6 p.

A Bill for the Establishment of a Turnpike Company in the County of Alexandria in the District of Columbia
[Washington. s.n. 1807]. 10 p.

A Bill for the Final Adjudication of the Claims to Land in the Missouri Territory: of the Legal Representatives of Elisha and William Winter, Gabriel Winter, and the Legal Representatives of Jacque Clamorgan, Founded on Concessions from the Spanish Government
[Washington. s.n. 1818]. 5 p.

A Bill for the Final Adjustment of Certain Land Claims in the State of Louisiana and Territory of Missouri
[Washington. s.n. 1818]. 10 p.

A Bill for the Final Adjustment of Land Titles in the State of Louisiana and the Territory of Missouri
[Washington. s.n. 1814]. 6 p.

A Bill for the Further Protection of the Seamen and Commerce of the United States
[Washington?. s.n. 1803]. 3 p.

A Bill for the Further Relief of Charles Minifie
Leib, Michael
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 1 sheet.

A bill for the government and regulation of seamen in the merchants service
[New York]. Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine. [1790]. [4] p.

A Bill for the Government of Persons in Certain Fisheries
Dana, Samuel Whittelsey
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 4 p.

A bill for the government of the Navy of the United States: 23d January, 1799, read the first and second time, and committed to a committee of the whole House, on Monday next. : (Published by order of the House of Representatives.)
[Philadelphia. Printed by William Ross?. 1799]. 18, [2] p.

A Bill for the Gradual Increase of the Navy of the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 2 p.

A bill for the impartial administration of justice in the cases of persons questioned for any acts done by them in the execution of the law, or for the suppression of riots and tumults, in the province of the Massachusets Bay, in New England
[London. 1774]. 3,[1]p.

A Bill for the Importation of Ordnance, Arms, etc
[Washington?]. Duane & Son, printers. 1803. 1 sheet.

A Bill for the Improvement of the Navigation of the River Potomac
[Washington. s.n. 1810]. 3 p.

A Bill for the Improvement of the United States by Public Roads and Canals
[Washington. s.n. 1810]. 9 p.

A Bill for the Liquidation of Certain Claims
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 2 p.

A bill for the management of insolvent estates
[Raleigh, N.C.]. W.W. Holden. [1863?]. 2 p.

A bill for the more easy and speedy recovery of small debts within the borough of Boston, and Skirbeck Quarter, and the parishes of Boston and Skirbeck, in the county of Lincoln
[London. 1753]. 11,[1]p.

A Bill for the More Effectual Collection of the Public Revenue in the Lawful Money of the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 4 p.

A Bill for the More Effectual Enforcing of the Non-Importation Laws: by forbidding the courts to deliver to the claimants pending the trial, merchandise or other articles seized under the same
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 2 p.

A Bill for the More Effectual Protection of the Northwestern Frontier: by granting donations of land to actual settlers, and for public purpose
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 18 p.

A Bill for the More Effectual Protection of the North-western Frontier, by Granting Donations of Land to Actual Settlers
[Washington. s.n. 1814]. 17 p.

A Bill for the More Effectual Protection of the Northwestern Frontier, by Granting Donations of Land to Actual Settlers, and for Public Purposes
[Washington. s.n. 1815]. 16 p.

A Bill for the Organization of a Corps of Artificers
[Washington. s.n. 1812]. 3 p.

A Bill for the Payment of Certain Militia Claims of the State of Georgia
[Washington. s.n. 1817]. 1 p.

A bill for the payment of commissioners appointed under the act entitled "An act to suspend the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus in certain cases," and to confer certain powers upon said commissioners
[Richmond. s.n. 1864]. 2 p.

A Bill for the Payment of the Militia in the Case Therein Mentioned
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 1 sheet.

A Bill for the Protection of the Commerce and Seamen of the United States Against the Algerine Cruizers
Smith, Samuel
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 1 sheet.

A Bill for the Protection, Recovery and Indemnification of American Seamen
[Washington. s.n. 1812]. 5 p.

A bill for the provisional establishment and regulation of trade and intercourse between the subjects of Great Britain and those of the United States of North America
[London?. 1783]. 3,[1]p.

A Bill for the Punishment of Treason and Other Crimes and Offenses Against the United States
Giles, William Branch
[Washington. s.n. 1808]. 7 p.

A Bill, for the Purpose of Ascertaining the Northwardly Boundary Line of a Tract of Land Between the Little Miami and the Scioto Rivers: reserved by the state of Virginia to satisfy the troops of the line of the said state, who in the revolutionary war served on the continental establishment
[Washington?. s.n.]. 1801. 2 p.

A Bill for the Purpose of Procuring Subsistence for the Inhabitants of Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, Block Island, and the Adjacent Islands thereunto
Robinson, Jonathan
[Washington. s.n. 1814]. 1 p.

A Bill for the Rebuilding the Light-house on Gurnet Point, at the Entrance of Plymouth Harbor: for Rebuilding the Light-house at the Eastern End of New Castle Island : for Erecting a Light-house on Lynde's Point : and for Other Purposes
[Washington?]. Duane, printer. 1802. 3 p.

A Bill for the Regulation of Seamen on Board the Public Vessels, and in the Merchant Service of the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 6 p.