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New Jersey Broadsides 1851-1900

Folder 1 of 10: 1851-1855 (42 Original Broadsides)

Latest Arrival of New Goods! Just Received at the Old Brick Store-House... Somerville, NJ: Printed at the Offices of the Somerset Whig, 1852.
Includes wood engraving of ship.

National Theatre. Corner of Portland and Traverse Streets. Fast Night. Two Dramas. Man of War & Harry Burnham. s.l.: Hooton's Press, [1852]

From the Courier and Enquirer, Sept. 6, 1855. We have a verdict, but it matters not. If a New Jersey Jury has shrunk from proclaiming the truth ...
[Broadside deals with the Camden and Amboy Railroad Company accident which cost twenty lives, and indicts the New Jersey Railroad monopoly]

School District Boundaries. A Description of the School Districts of North-Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey; based upon the survey of the "School Committee" for A.D. 1838; corrected, and containing the alterations, which have been made according to the School Law, since the aforesaid date (1838). New Brunswick, NJ: Fredonian Print, [1853]

Rhetorical Exhibition of the Glassboro' Academy, July 4th 1851. James H. Bouchin, Principal. K. Gough, Assistant. Order of Exercises. [s.l.: s.n., 1851]

Royal Victoria Theatre ... Challenge at Sea Or, the Battle Between the Chesapeake and the Shannon. [s.l.: s.n., 1854]

Porter's Improved Forge Tuyere. New York: Oliver & Brother, Printers, [1851]
Includes labelled wood engraving of a forge tuyere.

Valuable House and Lot, In Mount Holly, At Private Sale. Mount Holly, NJ: Printed at the "Mirror Office," [1851]
Includes stock cut wood engraving of house.

City of Trenton. Treasurer's Report. Report showing the receipts and disbursements of the city Funds, by the Treasurer, from the 23d day of March, 1850, to the 24th day of March, 1851. [s.l.: s.n., 1851]
Includes duplicate original of same report, torn in half.

Kester's Saloon. One Night Only! Benefit of the Delaware Fire Company, by the Celebrated New Orleans Opera and Ballet Troupe, on Tuesday Evening, March 25th, 1851. [Trenton:] Printed at the Trentonian Office, [1851]

Annual Statement. A Statement of the Receipts and Expenses of the Township of Nottingham, from the 29th of March 1850, to the 31st of March 1851, inclusive. [Trenton:] Israel Wells, Printer, Trentonian Office, [1851]

City of Trenton. An Ordinance for Grading, Curbing, Paving, Flagging, and Gravelling Certain Sidewalks, and for Repaving the Same, when Necessary. [s.l.: s.n., 1851]

Celebration of American Independence at Somerville, July 5, 1841. [s.l.: s.n., 1851]
Includes the verses of the exercises of the choir.

Public Sale of Real Estate. Will be Sold at Public Sale, at the Late Residence of Samuel Steward, dec.'d., in the Village of Shelltown, New Hanover Township, Burlington County ... [s.l.: s.n., 1851]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

Burlington County Agricultural Society's Fifth Annual Exhibition, 1851, At Mount Holly, Wednesday, Oct. 8: to continue one day only. [s.l.: s.n., 1851]
Broadside is preserved, in two halves, on rice paper.

National Theatre. Great Success of Harry Burnham Received Nightly with Rounds of Applause. [s.l.:] Hooton's Press, [1852]

Commissioners' Sale of Real Estate. By virtue of an order of the Orphan's Court of the County of Ocean, made in the term of May, 1852 ... Tom's River, NJ: Printed at the Office of the Ocean Signal, [1852]

Public Sale of Cedar Swamp. Mount Holly, NJ: Printed at the "Mirror Office," [1852]

Articles of Agreement, made and concluded this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty three, by and between [blank] on the first part, and the Warren Rail Road Company of the second part. [s.l., s.n.: 1853]

15000 Cedar Rails. Will be Sold at Public Sale, On Monday, Feb. 21st, Inst. About Fifteen Thousand Cedar Rails & Stakes,... Camden, NJ: "West Jerseyman" Job Printing Office, [1853]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

Public Sale. The subscriber, having rented his Hotel, in the Borough of Hightstown, on Tuesday, March 29, 1853, a large quantity of Household and Kitchen Furniture,... Hightstown, NJ: "Village Record" Job Office, [1853]

Keep this Paper. It is better than Gold. The New Jersey Monthly Courant. [Jersey City, NJ: s.n., 1853]
Includes schemes for lotteries on recto and verso.

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Water Commissioners of Jersey, In Relation to the Introduction and Use of Passaic Water. [Jersey City: s.n., 1853]

Commissioners' Sale of Real Estate. In consequence of the conditions of a former sale not having been complied with,... Tom's River: NJ: Printed at the Office of the Ocean Emblem, [1853]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

Public Sale of Timber Land. Will be Sold at Public Sale, On Saturday the 8th of October, at the hour of 1 o'clock, P.M., on said day, at the house of Jesse Cowdrick, Innkeeper at Tom's River,... Mount Holly, NJ: Printed at the "Mirror Office," [1853]
Includes duplicate original on pink ground (the above is on yellow ground.)
Includes triplicate copy on white ground. Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

Temperance Convention. A Convention of the Friends of a "Prohibitory Liquor Law" in the first Assembly District of Monmouth County,... [s.l.: s.n., 1853]

The Continental Vocalists, In the Dress of Washington. Philadelphia: Scott, Printer [1854]
Includes wood engraving of the four vocalists.

City of Trenton. An Ordinance Concerning the Streets. [s.l.: s.n., 1854]

Freehold & Jamesburg Agricultural R.R. Co. Winter Arrangement. Freehold, NJ: Printed at the Office of the Monmouth Democrat, [1854]

Dietz & Dunham's Improved Reaping and Moving Machine. Somerset, NJ: Frazee's Job Printing Press, [1855]
Includes wood engraving of reaping and sowing machine by Cogger.

List of Officers and Members of the Seventy-Ninth Legislature of the State of New Jersey, Together With their Residences, and the Joint and Standing Committees of Both Houses. Convened January 9, 1855. [s.l.:] Printed at the "True American" Office, [1855]

Further Supplement To the Act Entitled "An Act to incorporate the Monmouth County Plank-Rad Company." Keyport, NJ: Standard Print, [1855]

Whitenack's Improved Reaping & Mowing Machines! Somerville, NJ: Frazee's Job Printing Press, [1855]

Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. By virtue or a Decree of the Orphan's Court of the County of Burlington, made on the 27th day of April, A.D. 1855,... [s.l.: s.n., 1855]
Includes stock wood engraving of a house.

Public Sale. In Pursuance of a Decree of the Orphans' Court of the County of Burlington, in the Term of September, 1855,... Mount Holly, NJ: Stille, Printer, "Herald" Office, [1855]
Includes stock wood engraving of a house.

Commissioners' Sale of Real Estate! In pursuance of a decree of the Orphan's Court, of the County of Ocean, will be sold, at Public Vendue,... Tom's River, NJ: Printed at the Office of the Ocean Emblem, 1855.

Eagle Mill! ... Magic Corn And Cob Mill. Patented September 18, 1855. By R. D. Granger. Bridgeton, NJ: Chronicle Printing Office, [1856]
Includes wood engraving of an eagle.
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

The Hunterdon Gazette. New Series---Vol. XII.---No. 30. (602.) Flemington, New Jersey, Wednesday, September 26, 1855. [s.l.: s.n., 1855]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

To Mary Clare Towne, of Baltimore. Mount Vernon Polka. Philadelphia Band, No. 1, At Cape May. Composed by Charles W. Reinhart. Philadelphia: Published by Edward L. Walker, 142 Chestnut Street, [1855]
Includes wood engraving of Mount Vernon Hotel, Cape May, N.J.

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Folder 2 of 10: 1856-1860 (36 Original Broadsides)

Monmouth Inquirer, Extra. Donnelly Has Escaped. Freehold, N.J., Monday morning, January 4, 1858. P.S. Donnelly Recaptured. [s.l.: s.n., 1858]

Fourth Annual Exhibition of the Holland School, Near Middletown, Will Take Place in the School House, on Friday Evening, March 4th, 1859. [s.l.: s.n., 1859]

Lectures! Dr. Baird Will Commence His Course of Lectures Before the Schools... Freehold, NJ: Printed at the Office of the "Monmouth Weekly Herald," [1858]

Lecture! Dr. Baird will deliver a lecture on India. Freehold, NJ: Printed at the Office of the "Monmouth Weekly Herald," [1858]

Ballou's Pictorial. State of New Jersey. Boston: M. M. Ballou, [1856]
Includes colored engraving by John Andrew of scenes from the state.

Conditions of Sale of Pews in the Second Baptist Church, Cohansey. [s.l.: s.n., 1857]
Includes plan of the pews.
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

New Jersey Dollar Newspaper. Extra. New Jersey Annual Conference, Bishop Ames, Presiding. Burlington, NJ: Franklin Ferguson, [1859]

Johnson's Newark & New York Transportation Company. Spring and Summer Arrangements. Newark: Printed at the Newark Daily Advertiser Office, [1856]
Includes wood engraving of a ship.

A Statement of the Result of an Election, held in the Township of Orange, in the County of Essex, on the 14th day of April, in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six, for Township Officers, Justices of the Peace and other purposes. Orange: E. Gardner, Cheap Job Printer, [1856]

Dr. J.W. Quimby's Veterinary Tablet, Being a Synopsis of the Diseases of Horses, with their Cause, Symptoms and Cure. Trenton, NJ: State Gazette and Republican Print [s.a]

City of Trenton. Treasurer's Report, Showing the Receipts and Disbursements of the City Funds, by the Treasurer, from the 24th of March, 1855, to the 24th of March, 1856. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

Public Sale. Will be Sold at Public Vendue, On Wednesday, 27th Day of August, Inst., ... Stock and Farming Utensils,... . Mount Holly, NJ: Stille, Printer, "Herald" Office, [1856]
Includes two wood engravings, of horse and rider and cow.

A Card. The Subscriber, in retiring from the Drug Business takes this means to express his thanks to the Citizens of this City and vicinity,... [s.l.: s.n., 1857]

In Chancery of New Jersey. Calendar of Causes Set Down for Hearing an Argument at May Term, A.D. 1857. [s.l.: s.n., 1857]
Second duplicate original, on white ground.
(The above is on blue ground.)

For Sale! A Beautiful Farm of Twenty-Seven Acres. [s.l.:] Printed at the "State Gazette & Republican" Office, [1858]

List of Judges at the New-Jersey State Agricultural Society's Fair at Newark, New Jersey, September 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th, 1856. [s.l.: s.n., 1856]

Franklin Agricultural Society of Somerset County Premium Diploma. Somerville, NJ: Printed at the Somerset Messenger Office, [1857]
Includes wood engravings of Benjamin Franklin and other scenes.

Sunday School Exhibition, To be held in the basement of the new M.E. Church, Hightstown, On Christmas Eve, December 24, 1857. Hightstown, NJ: Stults, Printer, [1857]

Philadelphia and Trenton: Every Day, (Sundays Excepted.) Philadelphia: Scott, Printer, [1856]
Includes wood engraving of a steamer and an engraving of M.Makins' New Atlantic Hotel, Cape Island, New Jersey.

The Retaliator. Trenton Academy, July 16, 1856. [s.l.: s.n., 1856]

Table of Fees and Rates of Charge for Professional Services, Adopted by the New Jersey State Medical Society at the Annual Meeting, January 1858. [s.l.: s.n., 1858]

Five Hundred Dollars Reward! The above reward will be given for any information that will lead to the detection and conviction of any person or persons engaged in setting fire to any of the Buildings that have recently been destroyed by fire in Orange. [s.l.: s.n., 1858]

Wood Lots for Sale. Will be Sold at Public Sale on Saturday, Sept. 4, 1858, On the farm of the Subscriber near Recklesstown... Recklesstown: Bordentown Register, Power Press Print, [1858]

Franklin Agricultural Society. At Somerville, Sept. 8th, 9th & 10th, 1858. Order of Exercises. [s.l.: s.n., 1858]

Two Splendid Exhibitions United Russel Smith's Grand Moving Panorama of the Holy Land... Mount Holly, NJ: Printed at the "Mirror Office," [1858]

Public Sale of 47 Valuable Building Lots! In the Fourth Ward, Trenton. Trenton, NJ: ["American" Print, 1859]

Annual Report of the Town Committee to the Inhabitants of the Township of Readington, for the Year Ending April 11th, 1859. Flemington, NJ: Adam Bellis, Pr., [1859]

Trenton, May 4th 1859. Dear Sir:--I enclose herewith a list of the different divisions comprising the Premium List for the Annual Fair of the New Jersey State Agricultural Society, to be held at Elizabeth City the ensuing Autumn. [s.l.: s.n., 1859]

Lines to Commemorate the Death of a Young Friend. Was killed instantly by the limb of a falling tree, on Tuesday, December 13th, 1859, in the 15th year of his age, John Holmes Longstreet. [s.l., s.n., 1859]

The Golden Key of Wealth. [s.l.: s.n., 186?]
Includes wood engravings of Cuba and horse racing by S. Roberts.

Last Three Days. Admission Reduced to 15 cents.... Waugh's Italia! A Panoramic Tour Through Italy Embracing the Great Voyage to Rome, Painted by S.B. Waugh, Esq. [s.l.: s.n., 186?]
Includes wood engraving of the leaning tower of Pisa.

List for the Trade Only. Foreign Newspapers & Periodicals supplied by A. Winch, Foreign Newspaper and Periodical Office. [s.l.: s.n., 1860]

Trustee's Sale of Timber Will be Sold at Public Sale, on the Premises, 1 1/4 miles south of Blue Anchor Hotel on Monday, the 14th instant about 150 acres of original growth hearty pine timber. Philadelphia: Duross, Printer, 1860.

Highly Important to Millers and Mill Owners. Tobin's Combined Grain Separator & Smut Machine. Newark, NJ: Francis Starbuck, Printer, 1860.

Sabbath School Exhibition! At the Baptist Church, Perth Amboy, N. J., on Thursday, March 22d, 1860. [s.l: s.n., 1860]

Paterson and Deckertown Stage Line! Paterson, NJ: "Register Power Press Print," [1857]
Includes illustration of a train and horse and carriage.

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Folder 3 of 10: 1861-1865 (42 Original Broadsides)

Woodbridge English and Classical Institute, Woodbridge, N.J. Thomas H. Morris, A.M. and Samuel P. Whiting, A.M., Principals. New York: C.C. Shelley, Steam Job Printer [1863]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

Remarks of Peter E. Slocum, Previgus [sic] To His Execution on Friday, November 27, 1863. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. [p. 373] The Sixth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers Leaving Jersey City R.R. Depot, To Defend The Capitol, at Washington, D.C., April 18th, 1861.[s.l.:s.n., s.a]
Includes large wood engraving of regiment leaving.

Large Sale of Cedar Timber! On the Premises One Mile West of Blue Anchor in front of John M. Bates House,... Philadelphia: Duross, Printer, [1861]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

Soldiers Memorial. 2nd Regiment[,] Company C. N.J. Cavalry. [s.l.: s.n., 1863]
Includes duplicate original broadside with manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

Laboratory and Cabinet of the Geological Survey of New Jersey, at Madison, Morris County, N.J. [s.l., s.n., s.a]
Includes wood engraving of the institute.
Includes three original duplicates.

Farm For Sale! [s.l.: s.n., 1861]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

Public Aid Committee of the City of Newark. [Newark: s.n., 1861]

To Farmers! The subscriber gives notice that he is preparing largely to accommodate his customers, the coming season, in the various branches of the machine business! Clinton, NJ: Printed at the "Leader" Office, [1862]

Men Wanted for the Old Regiments N.J. Volunteers. Bounty $615! Mount Holly, NJ: Printed at the "Mirror Office," [1863]

Library Hall, Elizabeth, New Jersey. Sacred, Patriotic & Humorous Concert! Wednesday Evening, May 13th, 1863, Ten Celebrated S.S. Vocalists! Brooklyn: Brooklyn Daily Eagle Print, [1863]

Soldier's Record. Cladek Zouaves. 35th Regiment[,] Company F. N.J. Volunteers. Flemington, NJ: J.L. Anderson, 1863.

Time Table, No. 3. Trenton Horse Railroad. On and after Monday, January 18th, 1864, the Cars on this Line will run as follows:... [s.l.: s.n., 1864]

Constitution of the Alexandria Vigilant Society. Easton, PA: J.P. Hetrich, Printer [1864]

Highest Cash Price Paid for Rags, Old Papers, Copper, Brass and Iron, &c. At No. 102, York Street. Burlington, NJ: F. Ferguson, Printer, [1864]

Large Sale of Personal Property will be Exposed to Sale at Public Vendue on Monday, March 7, 1864, and to continue from day to day until everything is sold, all the personal property of Nathaniel Holmes, dec'd, late of Dennisville, Cape May Co., N.J. [s.l.:] Printed at the "Cape May Ocean Wave" Office, 1864.

Executors' Sale of Real Estate. In pursuance of the last Will and Testament, of Benjamin B. Cooper, Esq., dec'd, of record 1835. Will Be Exposed at Public Sale, On Thursday, the 7th Day of July, 1864. Camden: S. Chew, Printer, [1864]

Philadelphia and Trenton Every Day, (Sundays Excepted.) [s.l.: s.n., 1864]
Included wood engraving of the steamer Edwin Forrest.

Circular from H.N. Congar. To The Union Citizens of Newark, New Jersey. [s.l.: s.n., 1864]

Public Sale. The Subscriber Will Sell at Public Sale at her Residence on High Street, Somerville, On Friday, September 30, 1864, Household Furniture,... Somerville, NJ: "Somerset Unionist" Print, [1864]

Epitome of the 37th Reg't, New Jersey Volunteers. By R.N. Rodgers, Co. E. New York: J. Craft, Steam Job Printer, [1864]

Erie Railway Time Table. Eastern Division. For the government and information of employes [sic] only, and not for the public. Takes Effect Thursday, December 1, 1864. [s.l.: s.n., 1864]

Annual Report of the United States Sanitary Commission for N.J., December 14th, 1864. [s.l.: s.n., 1864]

Liberty and Union! Ex-Chancellor Benj. Williamson, Will positively address the Bridgewater Club at Doughty's Hall, on Wednesday Evening, Nov. 2d. Somerville, NJ: Somerset Messenger Print, [1864]
Includes wood engraving of an eagle.

This Certifies That Ms. David C. Voorhees is Constituted a member for Life of the American Sunday School Union by the Payment of Thirty Dollars. [s.l.: s.n., 1864]
Includes engraving by T.B. Welch of a painting of Christ and followers by Overbeck.

A Splendid Chance to Go into the Coal, Lumber and Hardware Business. Will be Sold at Public Sale! Keyport, NJ: Smith & Woodruff, [1864]

Grainstore for Sale at Auction. Somerville, NJ: "Somerset Unionist" Print, [1865]

Jos. G. Brearley & Co.'s. Hardware & Cutlery Store, Market Street, Near Greene, Trenton, N.J. Trenton: Printed at the State Gazette Office, [1865]

The Farmers' Mutual Fire Assurance Association of New-Jersey! The Ninth Annual Meeting of the Farmers' Mutual Fire Assurance Association of New Jersey, was held at the White House Hotel (Schomp's), Hunterdon county, Tuesday, January 2th, A.D., 1865. Somerville, NJ: Somerset Messenger print, [1865]
Includes second duplicate original.

West Jersey Press.--Extra. List of the Drafted Men in Camden, Gloucester, Salem and Cumberland. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

Programme of the Anniversary of the Mount Holly M.G. Sunday School, Friday Evening, March 17th, 1865. [s.l.: s.n., 1865]

Dr. Messler's Sermon. In Commemoration of the Death of President Lincoln. [s.l.: s.n., 1865]

Wood Lots at Public Sale. Will be Sold at Public Sale, On Saturday, September 30th, situate in the Township of New Hanover... [s.l] Bordentown Register Power Press Print, [1865]

Newark Daily Advertiser. Wednesday Morning, June 4, 1863. Report of the Directors of the New Jersey Railroad and Transportation Company to the Stockholders. [s.l.: s.n., 1863]

Commencement Exercises. The 115th Anniversary of the College of New Jersey. June 25, 1862. [s.l.: s.n., 1862]
Includes morning and afternoon exercises.

Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. Somerville, NJ: Somerset County News Print [1863]

At Mount Hawley, Friday, May 1st, 1863. Grand Metropolitan Quadruple Combination, Consisting of G.F. Bailey & Co's Extensive Circus! [s.l.: s.n., 1863]
Includes wood engravings of animals by Strong, and others.

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Folder 4 of 10: 1866-1870 (42 Original Broadsides)

Citizens of Greenville be not deceived by the misrepresentations of parties who would lead you to believe in the disinterested motives of the Map Commissioners. [s.l.: s.n., 1870]

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. The New Jersey Editorial Convention at Belvedere, N.J., and Excursion to the Delaware Water Gap.--From Sketches by David B. Gulick. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]
Includes colored wood engravings of:
"The Place of Rendezvous--The Warren House, Belvidere, New Jersey."
"The Assembly at the Court House, Belvidere--Mr. Henry Morford Recites His 'Three Days in Scotland.'"
"Editors and Representatives of the Press of New Jersey."
"Mounts Tammany, Blockhead and Minise, from the Kittatinny House, Delaware Water Gap."
"The Water Gap, from Blockhead Mount, Looking South."

Constitution and By-Laws of the Colored Relief Association of Allentown. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

Rules to Regulate the Rights and Speed of Trains and Engines by Time Table and Telegraph. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

Finances of Franklin Township, For The Year Ending April 8th, 1867. New-Brunswick, NJ: Fredonian Press, [1867]

By Chas. M. Sloan, Auctioneer. Master's Sale in Chancery of New Jersey. Toms River, NJ: Printed at the Office of the New Jersey Courier, 1867.

Winter Arrangement. Change of Hour Keyport and New York. Keyport, NJ: Smith & Woodruff, [1866]
Includes wood engraving of the steamer Matteawan.
Includes manuscript notations in faint contemporary hand.

Administrator's Sale of Real Estate! By order of the Orphan's Court of the county of Ocean, made at the October Term, 1866. Toms River, NJ: Courrier Print, 1866.

Diploma of the Burlington County Agricultural Society Awarded to Mary M. Haines. [Philadelphia:] T. Sinclair's, Lith., [1866]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.
Includes colored lithograph scenes framing diploma.

Honor to our Country's Brave Defenders. State of New Jersey. [s.l., s.n., 1866]
Includes multiple engravings in surrounding frames.

Vendue. Will be Sold at Public Vendue, at the late residence of Mrs. Dayton, in the village of Sparta, on Friday, March 16th, 1866, the remaining part of the household goods of Mrs. Dayton. Newton, NJ: J.W. Gillam, Printer, "Herald," [1866]

Mortgagee's Sale of Stock, Utensils, &c. Mount Holly, NJ: Printed at the Herald Office, [1886]
Includes wood engravings of animals and farm scene.

The Hoboken, Hackensack and Paterson Railway Meeting at Anderson Hall, Hackensack, on Saturday, February 17, 1866. [s.l.: s.n., 1866]

Order of Exercises for the Celebration of the Sunday Schools of Trinity Church Mount Holly, N.J., Christmas Eve, A.D. 1867. [s.l.: s.n., 1867]

Vinegar from Milk. The attention of farmers is called to a discovery, patented June 9, 1868, by which the whey of milk, an article heretofore entirely wasted, or fed to animals with very little benefit to them, may now be manufactured into a beautiful vinegar. [s.l.: s.n., 1868]

Public Sale. The subscriber, having sold his farm, will sell at Public Sale, on Tuesday, the third day of March, 1868, on the premises where he now resides, on the road from Jacksonville to Burlington, 2 1/2 miles from the latter place, his stock and farming utensils. Mount Holly, NJ: Printed at the "Mirror" Office, 1868.
Includes wood engravings of a horse, a pig, and a cow.

Notice to Trespassers! All persons are hereby fordidden [sic] to trespass on the lands or waters of the subscriber for the purpose of fishing, boating, hunting, or picking berries,.... Newark: Newark Daily Journal Steam Printing House, 1870.

Washington Market Association of Trenton, New Jersey. [s.l.: s.n., 1870]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

Stocks and Bonds at Auction. The subscriber, administrator of the late Sarah V.N. Smith, will sell at public auction, on Saturday, May 21st, at the County Hotel, Somerville. Somerville, NJ: "Somerset Unionist" Print, [1870]

Adjourned Executors' Sale, of Real Estate in pursuance of the last will of Benjamin B. Cooper, Esq. deceased, of record, 1835, will be exposed at public sale! [s.l.: s.n., 1870]
Includes duplicate original broadside.

Administrator's Sale! The subscriber administrator of Bernard King, dec'd., will sell on the premises, of said dec'd., near the Dickerson Mine, Randolph Township, on Friday, March 11th, 1870 at 10 o'clock, A.M., the following property: 1 hunting-case patent lever gold watch, silver watch,... Morristown, NJ: Printed at the "Banner" Office, [s.a]

New York and Philadelphia R.R. Philadelphia and Through Trains. [s.l.: s.n., 1870]

List of New-Jersey Newspapers, as reported to the Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the New-Jersey Editorial Association, January 20th, 1870. [s.l: s.n., 1870]

Independent Order of Good Templars. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]
Includes lithographed border by W.J. Morgan and Co., Cleveland, Ohio.

Teacher's Certificate. Office of County Superintendent. State of New Jersey. Third Grade. Trenton, NJ: Murphey & Bechtel, [187?]
Includes lithographed illustrations of school and lithographed border.

Teacher's Certificate. Office of County Superintendent. State of New Jersey. Third Grade. Trenton, NJ: John L. Murphy, [187?]
Includes lithographed illustrations of school and lithographed border.

Teacher's Certificate. Office of County Superintendent. State of New Jersey. First Grade. Trenton, NJ: John L. Murphy, [187?]
Includes lithographed illustrations of school and lithographed border.

The Battle of the Frog. By William H. Johnson. Hopewell, NJ: "Herald" Print., [s.a]

Hunterdon County Fair. Programme. 1869. Flemington: Democrat Power Press, [1869]
Includes small wood engraving of harnessed horses.

Administrators' Sale of Real Estate. Pursuant to an Order of the Orphan's Court of the County of Ocean, made on the 20th day of July, 1869, will be offered for sale at Public Vendue. Toms River: New Jersey Courier Print, [1869]

Raspberries. Culture of Blackberries. Read by William Parry, of Cinnaminson, N.J., before the Fruit Grower's Club of New York City, July 30, 1868. [s.l.: s.n., 1868]

Owners of Clay-Property! Attention!! Your entire property may gradually become confiscated, or partially worthless, in consequence of a very loose "bill" now before the Legislature at Trenton. Act Promptly! [s.l.: s.n., 1869]

Public Sale. The subscriber about to decline farming, will expose at public sale, at his residence, near Ellisburg, adjoining Ralph Cooper's farm, on Thursday, March 11, 1869, the following personal property,... Camden: Camden Democrat Print, [1869]

Cedar Timber! Will be sold at Public Sale, on Saturday, February 27th, 1869; on the premises, some 4 ac's of handsome cedar timber; suitable for logs, rails, and convenient access. Camden, NJ: From H. Curtz's Legal, Sentimental and Commercial Printing Office, [1869]
Includes wood engraving of tree.

Jersey City Charity Hospital. [s.l.: s.n., 1869]
Includes wood engraving of hospital.

Central R.R. of New Jersey. Allentown Line. 3 Express Trains Daily for the West. [s.l.: s.n., 1868]

Real Estate and Timber on Tuesday, the 17th inst. on the premises, at 1 o'clock, P.M. near the farm of Jos. Challis, Milford Road. 30 Acres. [s.l.: s.n., 1868]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

To Capitalists!!! Great Bargains in Marl Land and Building Lots, and Shreeves' Public House, at Station of Raritan and Dela. Bay R.R., at Farmingdale, Monmouth County, N.J. New York: John Medole, Printer, [1868]
Includes map of area.

Caution. Whereas, William Haines has advertised 8 acres of cedar timber, to be sold on Monday, August 3d. Take Notice.--I claim this timber as my own property,.... [Philadelphia, PA: s.n., 1868]

Cedar Swamp. At Public Sale. Will be Sold at Public Vendue, Wednesday, April 8, '68,... Philadelphia, PA: Butler, Printer, [1868]

Valuable Real Estate in Gloucester Township, Camden County, N.J. Philadelphia, PA: Duross, Printer, [1869]

Public Sale of Personal Property. Mount Holly, NJ: Printed at the "Herald" Office, 1870.

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Folder 5 of 10: 1871-1875 (28 Original Broadsides)

From the New-Brunswick Fredonian, Aug. 23. The National Educational Association. [and] Usefulness of the Agricultural Colleges. [s.l.: s.n., 1873]

Hunterdon County. Department of Public Instruction, Office of the County Superintendent, Frenchtown, N.J., August 1st, 1871. [s.l.: s.n., 1871]

Kingston Lodge, No. 10, F. & A.M. [s.l.: s.n., 1871]

The New Jersey & New York Railway Company. First Mortgage Gold Bond. [s.l.: s.n., 1871]
Includes wood engravings of varied representations, including a train.

At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the United Companies of New Jersey, held at Trenton, on the nineteenth of May, 1871, the following resolutions were passed. [s.l.: s.n., 1871]
Includes duplicate original broadside.

Public Sale of Stock, Hay, Grain, &c. Norristown, PA.: Ashenfelter & McClenan, Printers and Stationers, [1871]
Includes wood engraving by L. Johnson and Co. of cattle and a pig.
Includes duplicate original broadside.

Sabbath School Anniversary, at Neshanic, N.J., Saturday, September 27th, 1873. Somerville, NJ: "Somerset Messenger" Print, [1873]

A Supplement to an Ordinance, entitled an ordinance concerning nuisances and providing for their abatement, passed, April 27th, 1871. [s.l.: s.n., 1871]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

Public Sale! of Household Goods! [s.l.: s.n., 1871]

Agricultural, Horticultural and Industrial Fair. [s.l.: s.n., 187?]

Finances Franklin Township. For the year ending April 8, 1872. Somerville, NJ: "Somerset Unionist" Print, [1872]

Gordon's Grove. Washington, South River, N.J. Second Performance of the Summer Dramatic Season Wednesday Evening, July 24th, '72. New York: Metropolitan Job Printing and Engraving Establishment, [1872]
Includes duplicate original broadside.

Central Railroad of New Jersey. Local time table for passenger trains, to take effect December 16th, 1872. [s.l.: s.n., 1872]

The New Jersey and New York Railway Company will pay to bearer thirty-five dollars in United States gold. [s.l.: s.n., 1877]
[30 small squares repeated over the broadside]

Executors' Sale of the Beverly Boarding House! Mount Holly, NJ: "Mirror" Print, [1873]
Includes wood engraving of boarding house.

Finances of Franklin Township for the year ending April 9, 1873. Somerville, NJ: "Somerset Unionist" Print, [1873]
Includes duplicate copy of original broadside.

Public Sale of Timber! Will be sold at public vendue, on Saturday, October 4th, on the premises, on the farm of the subscriber, between Juliustown and Wrightstown, and adjoining lots heretofore sold, the Timber Standing on about 10 acres of land. Mount Holly, NJ: "Mirror" Print, [1873]

Central New Jersey Texas Colony. [s.l.: s.n., 187?]

Bazaar of the Nations will open at the Industrial Exhibition Buildings under the auspices of the Ladies of Newark, for the benefit of the Young Men's Christian Association Building Fund, May 6th, 1874, to continue afternoon and evening for four weeks. Newark: Jennings and Hardham, Steam Printers and Bookbinders, [1874]
Includes wood engraving of bazaar of the nations.

Caution to Trespassers! Notice is hereby given that all persons found trespassing on the premises of the subscribers for the purpose of hunting, fishing, trapping or nutting will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Somerville, NJ: Somerset Messenger Power Press, [18??]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

Hartzog Brothers! With their European Combination! Will Exhibit in Newark... New York: Torrey Brothers, Printers, [18??]
Includes wood engravings of acrobats, dancers, etc.

Anniversary of the Sabbath-Schools of the Church at Franklin Park, N.J., September 26, 1875. [s.l.: s.n., 1875]

Farmers' Mutual. The Twentieth Annual Meeting of the Farmers Mutual Fire Assurance Association of New Jersey was held at the Hotel at White House Station, Hunterdon County, October 28, 1875. [Somerset:] Somerset Gazelle Print, [1875]

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Folder 6 of 10: 1876-1880 (18 Original Broadsides)

Seminary Hall. Wednesday Evening, Feb. 20, 1878. Benefit Entertainment for the Monument Fund, by the Pupils of the F.Y.L. Seminary. A Social Drama. The Way They Kept a Secret. Comedietta. The Dress Reform Convention. A Farce. The Greatest Plague in Life. [s.l.:] Monmouth Democrat Print, [1878]

Excelsior Feed For Horses and Cattle. Patented November 6, 1877. [s.l.: s.n., 1876]
Includes woodcut illustration of a horse.
Includes extensive manuscript notations in contemporary hand on reverse.

Ordo ab Chao. Supreme Council. S.G.I. Gen. For the Northern Jurisdiction of the United States sitting at the Grand East City of Boston. [s.l.: s.n., 1876]
Includes border by Hammatt Billings, Designer.
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

Wednesday, Sept. 5th 1877. Excursion of Raritan Guard, up the Hudson River as far as Tappan Zee, returning, landing at Excelsior Park, with the steamer V. Seymour and barge Republic. Literary and Dramatic Entertainmenty by the Omicron Kappa Association. [s.l.: "Keyport Weekly" Print, 1877]

Ocean Beach to the Front! Giant Real Estate Sale! Third and Last of the Series, at Ocean Beach, Monmouth Co., N.J. reached by direct trains from West Phila. and New York. [s.l.:] Maccrellish & Quigley, Printers, [1876]
Includes map of New Jersey and a map of Ocean Beach, New Jersey.

Hunterdon County. Apportionment of School Moneys for the year beginning September 1st, 1875, and ending August 31, 1876. [s.l.: s.n., 1876]

The Great American Fence Problem Solved. Farmers, Fence your Farms, and Beautify your Homes with Betts' Patent Portable Wire Fence. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]
Includes illustration of a coiled fence and three fence varieties.

Valuable Timber and Real Estate will be sold at Public Sale, on Thursday, September 21, 1876 at 12 o'clock. 60 acres of large Chestnut and Oak Timber. [s.l.:] West Jersey Press Steam Power Print, [1876]

Adjourned Sale of Timber and Real Estate at Public Sale at the house of Thomas Shone, Gloucester Township. [s.l.: s.n., 1876]

Public Sale of Valuable Cedar Swamp and Timber Land, on Friday, April 27, 1877, at 2 c'clock, p.m., at the West Jersey Hotel, Camden. [s.l.: s.n., 1877]

17th Convention! Hunterdon Co. S.S. Asso. The Seventeenth Annual Convetion of the Hunterdon County Sabbath School Association, will be held in the Baptist Church, at Wertsville, on Thursday, October 11, 1877, commencing promptly at 9:00 o'clock a.m. Frenchtown, NJ: Printed at Jointer's "Press" Office, [1877]

Public Sale of Cedar Swamp, Pine Timber and Soil! Will be Sold at public vendue, to close a concern, without reserve, on Saturday December 29th, 1877, on the premises, in the township of Plumsted, county of Ocean, the following described tracts and parcels of land, laid off in lots to suit purchasers. Mount Holly, NJ: Printed at the Herald Office, [1877]

Auditor's Sale! Belvidere, NJ: Printed at the Journal Office, [1877]

Our New Governor. The Hebrew Hero; or, Lady Helen's Mistake. A Thrilling Romance. By Judson R. Taylor. Trenton, January 15, 1878, Vol. 33, No. 7. [s.l.: s.n., 1878]

Peremptory Sale of Personal Property! Deckertown, NJ: "Independent" Steam Book and Job Print, 1878.
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

Administratrix's Sale of Real Estate! [s.l.: s.n., 1879]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

...Mortgage Sale! [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

Annual Report of Readington Township, for the year ending February 12th, 1880. [s.l.: s.n., 1880]

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Folder 7 of 10: 1881-1885 (19 Original Broadsides)

Jamesburg Sunday-School Convention! Wednesday, August 24, 1881. [s.l.: s.n., 1881]

Join the Club New Forming. Farm Journal. Devoted to Sheep and Swine Husbandry and to Live Stock Interests in General. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]
Includes engravings by Lou. Burk (of a horse) and W. Land (of fruit).
Other engravings include a pig, sheep, a model poultry house, etc.

This is to Certify that Joseph Dunham enlisted from New Haven, Conn. Dec. 19, 1863 as a Private to serve 3 years in Company E 29th Regiment Conn. Vol. Inf. Honorably Discharged Oct. 24 '65 by reason of close of the war. [s.l.: s.n., 1865]
Includes large colored lithograph border.

Public Sale Wm. K. Hope, Auctioneer. The subscriber will sell at public sale at his residence, near North Branch, Somerset County, on Monday, March 3, 1884, at 1 o'clock p.m., all her personal property. Somerville, NJ: Messenger Power Press, [1884]

J.H. Birch, Light Carriage Manufacturer, Burlington, N.J. Buggies a Speciality. Wholesale Price List for the Fall and Winter of 1883. Philadelphia: Care Monthly Printing House, [1883]
Includes illustrations of 12 different types of carriages and an wood engraving of the J.H. Birch Carriage Factory by the Ware Brothers, Philadelphia.

The Battle of the Frog. By William H. Johnson. Hopewell, NJ: "Herald" Print, [s.a]

Receipts and Expenditures of Willingboro' Township. Joseph Lundy, Collector, in account with the township of Willingboro' from February 17th, 1883, to February 16th, 1884. Mount Holly, NJ: Herald Steam-Power Job Print, [1884]

A Merry Christmas! 1885. A Happy New Year! 1886. Cole's Sixteen Special Bargains. Trenton, NJ: MacCrellish & Quigley, Practical Book and Job Printers, [1885]
With an engraving of a woman by W.H. Overen and W.I. Mosses.

Receipts and Expenditures of Willingboro Township. Joseph Lundy, Collector, in account with the township of Willingboro from 2d mo. 12th, 1882, to 2d mo, 17th, 1883. [s.l.: s.n., 1883]

At Assembly Room, New Brunswick, N.J. Commencing Monday, March 19th. For one week only. Engle Clock Times. Vol. 1. No. 1, March 1883. [s.l.: s.n., 1883]
Includes wood engraving of the clock and of Stephen Engle, inventor and builder of the clock, as well as Capt. and Mrs. Capt J. Reid.

Presbytery of Newton; Committee on Systematic Beneficence. Exhibit of Figures for Year Ending April 1, 1883, with comparisons, averages, etc. Published by order of Presbytery made at Phillipsburgh, April 11, 1883. [s.l.: s.n., 1883]

Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Co.--New Jersey Central Division. Local Time Table for Passenger Trains, to take Effect November 18th, 1883. Passenger Station in New York, Foot of Liberty Street, North River. Trains from New York. [s.l.: s.n., 1883]

Wm. Gale, Westfield, N.J. Bulletin for 1882, No. 1. Bulletin of New Music. [s.l.: s.n., 1882]

Public Sale of Personal Property. The subscriber will sell at public vendue, at his residence, on the Turnpike road, half a mile west of North Branch, on Saturday, January 13, 1883,... Somerville, NJ: The Unionist-Gazette Printing House, [1883]

Proceedings of the Hunterdon County Sabbath School Convention, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 24th and 25th, 1882. [s.l.: s.n., 1882]

Philadelphia & Reading R.R. New York & Trenton Branch. Special Excursion to State Fair at Philadelphia on September 17th, 1884. Philadelphia: Allen, Lane & Scott, Railroad and Mercantile Printers, [1884]

Public Sale of Personal Property. The Goods and Chattels late of Peter V. Davis, deceased, will be sold at Public Auction. Somerville, NJ: The Unionist-Gazette Printing House, [s.a]

Table of Distances between towns in Morris Co. N.J. Compiled by Aug. C. Canfield, Dover N.J. 1885. [s.l.: s.n., 1885]
Includes similar copy, in halves, mounted on rice paper.

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Folder 8 of 10: 1886-1890 (26 Original Broadsides)

The Wonderful Talking Machine. An Exhibition of Edison's Marvellous Phonograph, which created such interest at the recent exposition at Paris, will be given in the Peddie Institute Chapel, Hightstown, N.J. [s.l.] "Cranbury Press" Print, [1889]

Capewell Horse Nails Triumphant! The Best in the World. [s.l.: s.n., s.a.]

Green Cemetery Woodbury, New Jersey. Rules and Regulations Governing the Same. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

A Meeting of the Creditors of Joseph Weyman will be held at his House on the Bridgeboro' Road, Saturday Evening, May 3rd, 1890, between 6 and 9 o'clock, to present claims and take legal action to collect the same. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

Willingboro' Township in account with Joseph E. Bishop, Collector, from February 16th, 1889, to February 15th, 1890. [s.l.: s.n., 1889]

Public Sale of Real Estate. The undersigned will offer at public sale, at Clark's Hotel, New Germantown, N.J., on Friday, December 19, 1890, at 1 o'clock, p.m. Clinton, NJ: Press of E.O. Howell, [1890]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

To the Voters of the City of Bridgeton! It is hardly supposed there is a man or woman in the city of Bridgeton who has not heard of that eminent divine, Rev. Dr. Talmage. We have secured the following extract of a speech delivered by him during the late Prohibition campaign in the state of Nebraska. [s.l., s.n., 1890]

Take Notice! The Knights of the Golden Eagle, will celebrate their second anniversary in their hall in Califon, N.J., on Thursday Ev'ng Nov. 21st, 1889. [s.l.: s.n., 1889]
Includes woodcut illustration of an eagle by Ruah.

Local Uses of the Olden Time Anterior to the Nineteenth Century. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

Centennial Celebration. Elizabeth, N.J., April 29th, 1889. [s.l.: s.n., 1889]

Public Sale of Real Estate, at the Court House in May's Landing, N.J., on Saturday, May 18, '89. Atlantic City, NJ: Shaner & Knauer Printers, [1889]

The Somerset Gazette, Somerville, N.J., has again been enlarged and improved. Somerville, NJ: The Somerset Gazette, [s.a]

Tell it to all that J.P. Laire's is the place to get your hardware. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

Taylor Brothers' Trade Price List. Special Attention Given to Mail Orders. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]
Includes white line wood engraving of a farm scene by Gies-Co., Buffalo, N.Y.
Includes white line wood engraving of the Tornado Hay Straw and Corn Stalk Cutter and Slitter.

Financial Report and List of Delinquents of Chester Township for the Year 1887-'88. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

A Bi-Centennial--Editor of Mirror. As centennial and bicentennial celebrations are the order of the day... [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

State Charities Aid Association. Regular Stated Meeting, Wednesday, March 16. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

A Grand Harvest Home. The congregation of the Harlingen Church will hold a Harvest Home, on the Church Grounds, on the afternoon and evening of Tuesday, Aug. 10 '86. [s.l.: s.n., 1886]

Annual Report of Readington Township. Ending February 9th, 1887. [s.l.: s.n., 1887]

Public Sale of Personal Property. The subscriber will sell at Public Sale, at his residence, in Hamilton Square, N.J., on Friday, March 16th, 1888, as follows:... Allentown, NJ: George V. Leming, [1888]

Public Sale of Stock and Farm Machinery. The subscriber, being about to relinquish farming, will sell at public vendue, on Tuesday, January 31st, '88. Flemington, NJ: Hunterdon Republican Print, [1888]
Includes engraved illustrations of cows, pigs, a horse and a rooster.

To the Women of New Jersey. [s.l.: s.n., 1887]

The Iron Era. Supplement. Dover, Morris Co., N.J., Saturday, March 6, 1875. [s.l.: s.n., 1875]

Grand Bazaar! For the benefit of S. Stephen's Church, Florence will be held in the Town Hall, Florence, N.J. Burlington, NJ: Enterprise Steam-Power Print, [1888]

The World: Tuesday, October 19, 1886.--New Jersey News. Is the Letter a Forgery? Editor Kays Anxious to Meet Congressman Pidcock in Court. [s.l.: s.n., 1886]

Washington Day. A Project to Erect Another Triumphal Arch on Greene Street. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

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Folder 9 of 10: 1891-1895 (19 Original Broadsides)

Stanhope Epworth League Drake's Opera House. Entertainment. [s.l.: s.n., 1895]
Includes other advertisements for goods and services in the Stanhope area.

The Essex County Hounds Going to Cover at Morristown N.J. September 1893. [s.l.: s.n., 1893]
Includes illustration of Philadelphia Road Coach Rapid--A Change of Horses.

Nothing so Successful as Success. Birch Carriages and Harness. [s.l., s.n., 1894]
Includes wood engraving of harnessed horses and carriages.
Includes envelope with manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

The Backus High Speed Fan and Engine Combined. Backus Water Motor Company, Newark, N.J. [Newark, NJ: s.n., 1893]
Includes wood engraving of the Backus Exhauster.
Includes envelope with manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

Attention! Farmers and Horsemen, Public Sale of one car load of Western Pa. Horses. [s.l.: s.n., 1891]
Includes wood engraving of a horse.
Includes duplicate original broadside.

Guardian's Sale of Valuable Real Estate! By virtue of an order of the Orphan's Court of the County of Cumberland... Millville, NJ: J.W Newlin, Printer, High Street, [1891]

National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union Charter. [s.l.: s.n., 1892]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.
Includes wood engraving of wheat and a bee hive.

National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union Charter. [s.l: s.n., 1894]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

This Property is situated in the township of Union, Hudson County, N.J. [s.l.] The Evening News Print, [1893]
Includes map of properties for sale.
Broadside is mounted in two halves on rice paper.

Executor's Sale! The undersigned, executor of the estate of Francis Halligan, late of Lebanon Township, will offer for sale at the late residence of the deceased, on Saturday, May 28, '92... [s.l.: s.n., 1892]
Includes manuscript notations in contemporary hand.

What is the Farmers' Alliance, and how to Organize. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

Nothing so Successful as Success. J.H. Birch, Manufacturer of the Celebrated Birch Carriages and Harness. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]

Improved Property at Woodcliff-on-the-Hudson, N.J. Opposite 79th Street, New York. Lots in a Choice Locality on Easy Terms of Payment. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]
Broadside is mounted in two halves in rice paper.
Includes map of properties.

Concert by the Orphean Family. Paterson, NJ: Printed at the Guardian Office, 1895.

Furnished Houses at Asbury Park, New Jersey and Vicinity. Summer Season of 1894. [s.l.: s.n., 1894]

National Hymns, by Abraham Coles. [s.l.: s.n., 1894]
Includes wood engraving of the Statue of Liberty and the Liberty Bell.

Corporations Furnish the Boodle. The Members of the Legislature Paid for in Advance. To the Voters of Cumberland County. [s.l: s.n., 1895]

Assignee's Sale of Valuable Real Estate. The subscriber, assignee of Smith Tomlin, will expose for sale at public vendue, on Thursday, November 14, 1895... [s.l.: s.n., 1895]
Includes map of lots to be sold.

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Folder 10 of 10: 1895-1900 (32 Original Broadsides)

Public Sale! The subscriber will sell on his premises in Mount Pleasant township, near Bangall Church, on Saturday, May 1, 1897, at 10 a.m., the following property, viz: two horses, six cows... [s.l.: s.n., 1897]

3710. William H. Vanderbilt. Pedigree: William H. Vanderbilt stands strong 16 hands high, and will weigh from 1250 to 1300 pounds. Hunterdon, NJ: Hunterdon County Democrat Print, [s.a]
Includes wood engraving of a horse.

Notice of Sale. The undersigned, executors of the last will and testament of Samuel Dally, deceased, bearing date December 22, 1887, by virtue of the power and authority contained in the said last will and testament, will expose for sale... [s.l.: s.a., 1897]

Notice of Sale. The undersigned, executors of Samuel Dally, deceased, will sell at public auction by virtue of the last will and testament of said deceased, on Thursday, Dec. 9th, 1897... [s.l.: s.n., 1897]
Includes duplicate original broadside.

The War has favored us, by enabling us to buy goods at very low figures, and that is of interest to you. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]
Includes varied wood engravings of mens' and womens' clothing.

Review of the Early Work of the New-Jersey Editorial Association. Paper read at the forty-second annual meeting of the New Jersey Editorial Association, at Trenton, Monday, February 7, 1898. [s.l.: s.n., 1898]
Includes Officers of the New Jersey Editorial Association, 1857 to 1897, on reverse.
Includes triplicate original broadsides.

Auction on the premises of John Fives, in Mount Pleasant township, Saturday, March 5, 1898, at 10 a.m. [s.l.: s.n., 1898]

The celebrated Percheron Stallion Binois. Ten Dollars to Insure a Living, Standing Colt. Readington, NJ: C.E.Connet, Printer, [1898]
Includes wood engraving of horse.

The Most Important Thing in 1899. Why Rubbers are Considered Good Form. [Advertisement for rubber shoe covers, including calendar for the year 1899]
Includes scenes of the seasons, in colored lithographs, by G.H. Buek & Co., Lith., N.Y.

List of Prices of Residence Lots in Barnegat Park, N.J. [s.l.: s.n., 1899]
Includes map on reverse.

Princeton Sesquicentennial Celebration. Dinner to University Delegates, Thursday Evening, October 22, 1896, at half past seven o'clock. Table Chart. [s.l.: s.n., 1896]

Price List of Hotel Supplies. Price List of Mineral Waters. [s.l.: s.n., 1900]
Includes wood engraving of Armour's Extract of Beef by T. Cook(?) and Co. and illustrations of mineral waters.

Public Sale of Desirable Real Estate. [s.l.: s.n., 1896]

Auction! The undersigned will sell at public auction at his place, one mile north of the Red School House, Saturday, March 26, 1898, at one o'clock sharp, the following described property:... [s.l.: s.n., 1898]

Prices for 1895. To the Trade Only:--We call your attention to our line of Pocket Knives to be sold at 25 cents each. [s.l.: s.n., s.a]
Includes wood engravings of sample pocket knives.

Official Statement of the Finances of Mercer Co., for the year ending May 11th, 1898. Thos. H. Thropp, collector. [s.l.: s.n., 1898]

Review of the work of the Editorial Association of the State of New-Jersey. Part Two. Presented at the Forty-third Annual Meeting of the New-Jersey Editorial Association, at Trenton, Monday, February 6, 1899. [s.l.: s.n., 1899]

Vendue! The undersigned will sell at Public Sale on his farm near Whites Valley, near Red School House, commencing at 10 o'clock, a.m., on Thursday, Dec. 21, '99, the following property: [s.l.: s.n., 1899]