Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Proclamation by Connecticut Governor Jonathan Trumbull declaring Thursday the fifth day of December to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving. All servile labor is forbidden on said day.
Governor Jonathan Trumbulls's proclamation that Thursday, the sixteenth day of November is to be observed as a day of public Thanksgiving. Labor and vain recreations are forbidden on said day.
Connecticut. Treasury Department to Samuel Robbins
Samuel Robbins, constable of Canaan (Conn.) and collector of the state tax for Canaan is commanded to collect the tax for Oct. 1799 to May 1800. Signed by Andrew Kingsbury, Treasurer of the State of Connecticut, on June 11, 1800.
Mr. Lee concert broadside
(2009-148-0) A broadside for a concert by Mr. Lee, teacher of music, with other musicians from New Haven, that they will give a concert of instrumental music. The place is not listed nor a complete date other than 182_. The musical pieces are listed including marches, waltzes, pieces for bugles, etc.
Town of Litchfield records
Advertisements, bills, correspondence, tax abatement list, correspondence and orders related to town roads, and other records related to the Town of Litchfield.
Seymour family papers
Stoddard family papers
Benjamin Trumbull broadside
A printed broadside enlisting subscribers for an octavio volume by Benjamin Trumbull with the title "A complete history of Connecticut, from the time of the emigration of its first planters from England, in 1630, to 1712." to be printed by Hudson and Goodwin, Hartford, Conn.
United States. Congress. Proclamation
A printed broadside with instructions to captains & commanders of private armed vessels, commissioned by the authority of the United States in Congress. Thirteen orders regarding the attack, capture and seizure of ships, vessels, and goods including those belonging to the king of Great Britain.