A Bill Making Further Provision for Settling Claims to Land in the Territory of Illinois
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 5 p.

A bill making further provision for settling the claims to land in the territory of Louisiana
[Washington. s.n. 1812]. 8 p.

A bill making further provision for the Army of the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1812]. 3 p.

A Bill Making Further Provision for the Collection of Internal Duties
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 4 p.

A bill making further provision for the corps of engineers
Smith, Samuel
[Washington. s.n. 1811]. 5 p.

A bill making further provision for the sale of the public lands
Worthington, Thomas
[Washington. s.n. 1812]. 5 p.

A bill making further provision in cases of drawbacks
[Philadelphia. s.n. 1794?]. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

A bill making further regulations for the taxation of banks and bank notes, and for the confiscation of such notes held by alien enemies
[Richmond. s.n. 1865]. 6 p.

A Bill Making Provision for an Additional Military Academy
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 4 p.

A bill making provision for certain persons claiming lands under the several acts for the relief of the refugees from the British Provinces of Canada and Nova Scotia
[Washington. s.n. 1812]. 2 p.

A Bill Making Provision for Clothing the Militia Called into the Service of the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1815]. 1 sheet.

A Bill Making Provision for Subsisting the Army of the United States, by Authorizing the Appointment of Commissaries of Subsistence
[Washington. s.n. 1815]. 5 p.

A Bill Making Provision for the Application of the Money Heretofore Appropriated to the Laying Out and Making Public Roads, Leading from the Navigable Waters Emptying into the Atlantic, to the Ohio River
[Washington?. s.n.]. 1804. 3 p.

A Bill Making Provision for the Claim of M. de Vienne
[Washington. s.n. 1818]. 1 sheet.

A Bill Making Provision for the Claim of M. Poirey
[Washington. s.n. 1818]. 1 sheet.

A bill making provision for the debt of the United States
[New York]. Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine. [1790]. [4] p.

A Bill Making Provision for the Disposal of the Public Lands in the Indiana Territory, and for Other Purposes
[Washington?. s.n.]. 1804. 15 p.

A Bill Making Provision for the Disposal of the Public Lands Situated Between the United States Military Tract and the Connecticut Reserve
[Washington. s.n. 1807]. 3 p.

A Bill Making Provision for the Establishment of Additional Land Offices in the Territory of Missouri: and for the Final Adjustment of Claims to Towns and Village Lots Therein
[Washington. s.n. 1817]. 7 p.

A bill making provision for the location of the lands reserved by the first article of the treaty of the ninth of August one thousand eight hundred and fourteen between the United States and the Creek nation to certain chiefs and warriors of that nation
[Washington. s.n. 1817]. 4 p.

A Bill Making Provision for the Payment of Claims of Citizens of the United States on the Government of France: the Payment of which has been Assumed by the United States, by Virtue of the Convention of the Thirtieth April, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Three, Between the United States and the French Republic
[Washington?. s.n.]. 1803. 3 p.

A bill making provision for the payment of the interest on the balances due to certain states, upon the final settlement of the accounts between the United States and the individual states
[Philadelphia]. Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine. [1794]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

A bill making provision for the pay of two companies of rangers organized for the defence of the frontier of the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1814]. 1 p.

A Bill Making Provision for the Redemption of the Whole of the Public Debt of the United States
[Washington?]. Duane, printer. 1802. 8 p.

A bill making provision for the support of the military establishment for the year one thousand eight hundred and seventeen
[Washington. s.n. 1817]. 2 p.

A Bill Making Provision for Three Additional Military Academies
[Washington. s.n. 1815]. 4 p.

A bill more effectually to ensure the privilege of the writ of habeaus corpus, to be in force until the Supreme Court of the Confederate States shall be organized
[Richmond. s.n. between 1861-1865]. 2 [i.e. 4] p.

A bill more effectually to ensure the privileges of the writ of habeaus corpus
[Richmond. s.n. between 1861 and 1865]. 3 p.

A bill more effectually to prevent and punish absenteeism and desertion in the army
[Richmond. s.n. 1865]. 2 p.

A bill more effectually to prevent the stealing of deer: and to repeal several former statutes made for the like purpose
Gilbert, Thomas
[London. 1775]. 11,[1]p.

A bill more effectually to protect the commerce and coasts of the United States
Pope, John
[Washington. s.n. 1812]. 1 p.

A bill more effectually to provide for the national defence by establishing an uniform militia throughout the United States
[Philadelphia. s.n. 1800]. 10+ p.

A bill more effectually to provide for the national defence, by establishing a uniform militia throughout the United States
[Philadelphia]. Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine. [1791 or 1792]. 7, [1] p.

A Bill More Effectually to Provide for the Organization of the Militia of the District of Columbia
[Washington?]. Duane & Son, printers. 1803. 29 p.

A bill more effectually to provide for the punishment of certain crimes against the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1817]. 34 p.

A Bill More Effectually to Provide for the Punishment of Certain Crimes against the United States, and for Other Purposes
[Washington. s.n. 1818]. 31 p.

A Bill More Effectually to Secure the Independence of the Judges of the Courts of the United States
[Washington?. s.n.]. 1804. 1 broadside.

A bill more effectually to supply with seamen His Majesty's ships of war, when occasion shall require
[London?. 1781]. 31,[1]p.

A bill, now pending in the House of Representatives, and published by their order: for the consideration of the several towns in this province. A bill intituled, An act for regulating the whale fishery
[Boston. s.n. 1764]. 3, [1] p.

A bill of advocation, Lord Auchinleck reporter. Memorial for Robert Finlayson in Bushes of Stonelay, and William Weir mason in Smith-hill of Paisley, against Thomas Clayton, stucco-worker in Glasgow
Finlayson, Robert ; Wier, William
[Edinburgh. 1761]. 7,[1]p.

A bill of all that deceased: with the several diseases they died of from the 18 of October to the 25, 1644
[Oxford. s.n. 1644]. 1 sheet.

A bill of divorcement: a play
Dane, Clemence
New York. The Macmillan compnay. 1921. 143 p.

A bill of fare: for, a Saturday nights supper, a Sunday morning breakfast, and a Munday dinner, described in a pleasant new merry ditie. To the tune of Cooke Laurell, or, Michaelmas terme
M. P
London. printed by M. P[arsons] for Fr: Grove, neere the Sarazens head without Newgate. [1637]. 2 sheets.

A Bill of mortality: for the Society of Friends in Dover, N.H. : from 1708 to 1791. Also, A general bill of mortality for Dover, N.H. [from 1773-1802]
[Dover, N.H.]. Printed by James K. Remich. 1803. 25 p.

A bill of no rights: Attica and the American prison system
Badillo, Herman ; Haynes, Milton
New York. Outerbridge & Lazard; distributed by Dutton. [1972]. v, 190 p.
ISBN 0976900716

A Bill of rights for a new South Africa: a working document
Bellville. Centre for Development Studies. c1990. 1 v. (unpaged).
ISBN 1868080536

A "Bill of rights" for children
Foster, Henry Hubbard
Springfield, Ill. Thomas. [1974]. xvii, 88 p.
ISBN 0398029857

A bill of rites, a bill of wrongs, a bill of goods
Morris, Wright
[New York]. New American Library. [1968]. 176 p.

A bill of sale: In Westminster-Hall, on the 22d of January, will be sold by inch of candle, these following goods, in several parcels
[[London]. Printed in the year. M.DC.LXXX.IX. [1689]]. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

A bill ordering the sale of certain bonds and stocks held by the state, to meet the expenses of the state government
[Richmond. s.n. 1865]. 2 p.

A bill partially to suspend, for a limited time, the several acts prohibiting importations from Great Britain
[Washington. s.n. 1812]. 2 p.

A Bill Partially to Suspend, for a Limited Time, the Several Acts Prohibiting Importations from Great Britain ... and for Other Purposes
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 4 p.

A bill permitting certain locations of land to be made, and granting donations of land to certain inhabitants of the county of New Madrid, in the territory of Missouri
[Washington. s.n. 1814]. 3 p.

A Bill Placing Certain Persons on the List of Navy Pensioners
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 1 sheet.

A Bill Prescribing the Effect of Records of Judgments and Decrees of Courts of One States, in Another State
[Washington. s.n. 1807]. 2 p.

A bill prescribing the mode of commencing, prosecuting, and deciding controversies between two or more states
[Washington. s.n. 1814]. 7 p.

A bill, presented to the House of Lords by Lord Rawdon; intituled An act for amending the law of imprisonment on mesne process; and for better regulating the law and practice of bail; and for the relief of unfortunate, and the punishment of fraudulent insolvent debtors
London. printed for James Ridgway. 1793. 40p.

A bill prohibiting for a limited time, the exportation of arms and ammunition
[Philadelphia]. Printed by John Fenno. [1797]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

A Bill Prohibiting the Exportation of Certain Articles Therein Specified in Foreign Ships or Vessels
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 2 p.

A bill proposed to be submitted to the consideration of Parliament: For correcting the abuses, and supplying the defects, in the internal government of the Royal Boroughs, ... Prepared by the Committee of Delegates
[Edinburgh?. 1787?]. 24p.

A Bill Providing an Additional Compensation to the Circuit Judge of the Sixth Circuit of the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1818]. 1 sheet.

A Bill Providing Compensation to the Officers and Crew of the Constitution: for Capturing and Destroying the British Frigate the Guerriere
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 1 sheet.

A Bill Providing Compensation to the Officers and Crews of the Constitution and Wasp: for Capturing and Destroying the British Frigates Guerriere and Java, and Sloop of War Frolic
Smith, Samuel
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 1 sheet.

A bill providing for destroyed certificates of certain descriptions
[Philadelphia. s.n. 1793]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

A Bill Providing for the Abolition of the Existing Indian Trading Establishments of the United States: and Providing for the Opening of the Trade with the Indians to Individuals
[Washington. s.n. 1819]. 6 p.

A Bill Providing for the Appointment of Commissioners to Ascertain the Practicability of Removing the Obstructions in the Navigation of the River Ohio, at the Rapids
Clay, Henry
[Washington. s.n. 1807]. 2 p.

A Bill Providing for the Better Accommodation of the General Post Office and Patent Office
[Washington. s.n. 1810]. 2 p.

A Bill Providing for the Deposit of Wines and Distilled Spirits in Public Warehouses
[Washington. s.n. 1818]. 3 [i.e. 4] p.

A Bill Providing for the Distribution of One Hundred Thousand Dollars among the Captors of the Algerine Vessels, Captured and Restored to the Dey of Algiers
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 1 sheet.

A bill providing for the establishment and payment of claims for property taken or informally and unwarrantably impressed for the use of the government
[Richmond. s.n. 1864]. [1] leaf.

A Bill Providing for the Expenses of the Civil Government of Louisiana
[Washington?. s.n.]. 1804. 2 p.

A bill providing for the final adjustment of claims to lands in the territories of Orleans and Louisiana, and for the sale of public lands in the territory of Orleans
[Washington. s.n. 1810]. 9 p.

A Bill Providing for the Further Defence of the Ports and Harbors of the United States
Anderson, Joseph
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 1 sheet.

A bill providing for the government of the territory of Louisiana
[Washington. s.n. 1811]. 13 p.

A bill providing for the more convenient taking of affidavits and bail in civil causes depending in the courts of the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1811]. 2 p.

A bill providing for the more effectual accountability of persons entrusted with public monies
[Washington. s.n. 1810]. 2 p.

A Bill Providing for the Payment for Horses and Other Property Lost, Captured, or Destroyed in the Seminole War
[Washington. s.n. 1819]. 2 p.

A Bill Providing for the Payment of Property Lost and Destroyed in the Seminole War
[Washington. s.n. 1818]. 1 sheet.

A Bill Providing for the Payment of the Expense Incurred by the Military Preparations for the Defence of the Territory of Michigan Against Hostile Indians in the year 1806
[Washington. s.n. 1807]. 1 sheet.

A bill providing for the printing and distributing of such laws of the United States as respect the public lands
[Washington. s.n. 1810]. 1 p.

A Bill Providing for the Publication of the Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States
Hunter, William
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 2 p.

A Bill Providing for the Punishment of Certain Crimes Against the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1806]. 3 p.

A bill providing for the removal of the causes depending in the respective district courts of the United States, in case of the disability of the judges thereof
[Washington. s.n. 1812]. 1 p.

A bill providing for the sale of certain lands in the Indiana territory
[Washington. s.n. 1810]. 5 p.

A Bill Providing for the Sale of Certain Lands in the State of Ohio, Formerly Set Apart for Refugees from Canada and Nova-Scotia
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 2 p.

A Bill Providing for the Sale of the Tract of Land at the British Fort at the Miami of the Lake at the Foot of the Rapids
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 4 p.

A Bill Providing for the Sale of the Tract of Land at the Lower Rapids of Sandusky River
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 4 p.

A bill providing for the settlement of claims of the state of Virginia against the Confederate government
[Richmond. s.n. 1865]. 2 p.

A Bill Providing for the Settlement of Sundry Claims to Public Lands Lying South of the State of Tennessee
[Washington?. s.n.]. 1804. 2 p.

A bill providing for the settlement of the claims of persons under particular circumstances barred by the limitations heretofore established
[New York]. Printed by Childs and Swaine. [1792]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

A bill providing for the third census or enumeration of the inhabitants of the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1809]. 9 p.

A bill providing rations of tobacco to the army and navy of the Confederate States
[Richmond. s.n. 1863]. [1] leaf.

A bill providing the means to ascertain the title to the batture in front of the suburb of St. Mary in the city of New Orleans
[Washington. s.n. 1810]. 4 p.

A bill regulating certain proceedings in cases of impeachment
[Philadelphia]. Printed by John Fenno. [1798]. 1 sheet (2 p.).

A Bill Regulating Foreign Coins, and for Other Purposes
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 2 p.

A Bill Regulating Passenger Ships and Vessels
[Washington. s.n. 1818]. 4 p.

A bill regulating the compensation of postmasters, special agents and route agents
[Richmond. s.n. 1864]. 3 p.

A Bill Regulating the Currency within the United States of the Gold Coins of Great Britain, France, Portugal and Spain: and the Crowns of France and Five-Franc Pieces of Napoleon
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 2 p.

A Bill Regulating the Fees of Constables in the County of Alexandria
[Washington. s.n. 1813]. 2 p.

A bill regulating the granting of furloughs and discharges in hospitals
[Richmond. s.n. 1863]. 3 p.

A Bill Regulating the Granting of Registers in Case of Ships and vessels of the United States Becoming The Property of Bank and Insurance Companies
Bayard, James A
[Washington. s.n. 1807]. 2 p.

A Bill Regulating the Grants of Land, and Providing for the Disposal of the Lands of the United States, South of the State of Tennessee
[Washington?]. Duane & Son, printers. 1803. 13 p.

A Bill Regulating the Grants of Land in the Territory of Michigan
Worthington, Thomas
[Washington. s.n. 1807]. 5 p.

A bill regulating the pay and emoluments of the pursers and midshipmen of the Navy and the medical staff of the Army of the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1817]. 1 p.

A Bill Regulating the Payments to Invalid Pensioners
[Washington. s.n. 1818]. 1 sheet.

A bill regulating the purchase of stationary, blank books and paper, and the printing of blanks, circulars, &c., used by the various custom houses of the Confederate States of America
[Richmond. s.n. 1861]. 2 leaves.

A bill regulating the sale of certain reserved sections of land in the state of Ohio
[Washington. s.n. 1814]. 1 p.

A Bill Relating to Duties on Foreign Merchandise
[Washington. s.n. 1818]. 1 sheet.

A Bill Relating to Ferries in District of Columbia
[Washington?. s.n.]. 1804. 1 broadside.

A bill relating to marriage licenses in Washington county in the District of Columbia and directing the application of them
[Washington. s.n. 1811]. 2 p.

A bill relating to sales for taxes in the District of Columbia
Washington. [s.n.]. 1885. 1 p.

A Bill Relating to Settlers on the Lands of the United States
Barry, William T
[Washington. s.n. 1816]. 3 p.

A bill relating to the receiving of deposits by insolvent bankers, brokers, or an officer of a bank
[Richmond. s.n. 1864]. 2 p.

A Bill Relating to the Recording, Registering and Enrolling of Ships or Vessels in the District of Orleans
[Washington?. s.n. 1804?]. 3 p.

A bill relative to cessions of jurisdiction in places where have been or may hereafter be erected and fixed, lighthouses, beacons, buoys, and public piers
[Philadelphia. s.n. 1795]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

A Bill Relative to Evidence in Cases of Naturalization
Dana, Samuel Whittelsey
[Washington. s.n. 1815]. 3 p.

A Bill Relative to Public Piers in the River Delaware
[Washington?]. Duane, printers. 1802. 1 broadside.

A bill relative to the compensations of certain officers employed in the collection of the duties of impost and tonnage
[Philadelphia. s.n. 1795]. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

A Bill Relative to the Direct Tax and Internal Duties
[Washington. s.n. 1819]. 2 p.

A Bill Relative to the Heirs of Caron de Beaumarchais
[Washington. s.n. 1818]. 1 sheet.

A Bill Relative to the Patent Office, and to the Salary of the Superintendent Thereof
Burrill, James
[Washington. s.n. 1819]. 1 sheet.

A bill relative to the returning and impannelling of jurors in the courts of the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1810]. 2 p.

A Bill Removing the Limitation to the Right of Suffrage in the Mississippi Territory: and Empowering the Legislature Thereof to Increase the Number of Representatives in the General Assembly by a Given Ratio to that of the Electors
[Washington. a.n. 1806]. [2] p.

A bill, repealing, after the last day of [blank] next, the duties heretofore laid upon wines imported from foreign ports or places, and laying others in their stead
[Philadelphia]. Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine. [1791]. [4] p.

A Bill Repealing So Much of an Act As Allows Pay and Emoluments to Brevet Rank
[Washington. s.n. 1818]. 1 sheet.

A bill repealing the act passed on the twenty-second day of April one thousand eight hundred and eight and fixing the command of the Marine Corps
[Washington. s.n. 1817]. 1 p.

A Bill Repealing the Acts Laying Duties on Salt: and Continuing in force for a Further Time the First Section of the Act Entitled An Act Further to Protect the Commerce and Seamen of the United States Against the Barbary Powers
[Washington. a.n. 1806]. [2] p.

A bill repealing the tenth section of the act to incorporate the subscribers to the bank of the United States
[Washington. s.n. 1812]. 1 p.