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1746-1800

A Supplement to the act intituled [sic], "An Act for running and ascertaining the Line of Partition or Division between the Eastern and Western Divisions of the Province of New Jersey..."
Burlington, N.J.: Isaac Collins, Printer, [1784].
Information regarding the partition line of the state. 2 copies, one annotated.

A Bill in the Chancery of New Jersey, at the Suit of John Earl of Stair, and others, Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New Jersey; Against Benjamin Bond, and some ther Persons of Elizabeth town, distinguished by the Name of the Clinker Lot Right Men...
New York, N.Y.: James Parker, Printer, 1747.
List of parties involved in suit concerning riots that occurred in New Jersey.
Facsimile [c. 1900].

Fresh and important Advices [sic].
Burlington, N.J.: Isaac Collins, Printer, [1777].
Seven consecutive daily chronicles regarding matters of British governance. Photocopy.

An Estimate of the Rateables [sic] in the State of New Jersey...
[New Jersey?: s.n.], 1794.
List, gathered by the legislature, detailing taxable property, including areas of land, houses, and slaves of the counties of New Jersey.

Livingston, William. Extracts from his Excellency Governor Livingston's Message to the General Assembly of the State of New Jersey.
[New Jersey]: John Dunlap, Printer, 1778.
Concerning legislative recommendations, the course of the war, and the problems posed by Tories. Photocopy.

A Federalist. To the Public.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1797.
Redress of charges made by the Farmer's Ticket that the Federalist ticket's members contending for election to the 5th congress were Tories.

Z. O. Cl. From the Weekly Meeting in G-N-H, to the Monthly Meeting in S-M.
[New Jersey: s.n.], 1772.
Matters concerning Baptist's political intrigue with the rival Presbyterians. Includes brief paragraph after the body of the letter indicating reception at the Salem meeting,
Signed "Cl-k," with ms. on verso.
Original and reproduction.

To the Inhabitants of Middlesex County.
[New Jersey: s.n., 1793?].
An argument for placing the county courthouse in New Brunswick, rather than Perth Amboy.

Freeport, Andrew. Through a Perspective.
[New Jersey?: s.n., 1793].
A refutation of New Brunswick's argument for the courthouse, and a call to place it in Perth Amboy.

To the Electors of Middlesex.
[New Jersey?: s.n., 1793].
Proponent of the plan to build the county court in New Brunswick. Signed "a Planter."

An Address to the Electors of the County of Middlesex.
[New Jersey?: s.n.], 1793.
A call to civilly end the disagreement between New Brunswick and Perth Amboy. Signed "A Friend to New Jersey."

Bloomfield, Joseph. To the People of New Jersey.
[New Jersey?: s.n., 1800].
An address by a Republican concerning problems posed to the nation as a whole and New Jersey specifically, with a resolution to support Thomas Jefferson. 3 copies, one annotated with ms on back.

Fithian, Joel. Federal Meeting, At a large and Respectable Meeting of the Inhabitants of the County of Cumberland.
Philadelphia, Pa.: C.P. Wayne, Printer, 1800.
Address by Federalists, which included their party list for the elections to representatives of the 7th Congress.
Photocopy.

To George Washington, President of the United States of America, The Petition and Remonstrance of the Subscribers, Citizens of the State of New Jersey.
[New Jersey?: s.n., 1795].
A petition to Washington that he receive more favorable terms in Jay's treaty with Great Britain, November 19, 1794.
Photocopy.

A Continental Soldier. To the Electors of the State of New Jersey.
[Norfolk, Va.: s.n.], 1792.
Matters concerning the arrangement of the public debt as a result of the war costs.
Photocopy.

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1801-1820

Ellis, Charles. Town Meeting.
[New Jersey: s.n.], 1820.
A ticket for elections in Burlington. Ms. on the back.

Notice Hereby Given.
[New Jersey: s.n.], 1817. Issued by Southard, Isaac, Deputy Collector of 3rd District.
An issuance declaring that all unpaid taxes will result in public sale of property; contains list of tax withholders.

Stockton, Richard Jr. Mr. Stockton's Reply to Mr. Ingersoll.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1814.
Defense in the House of Representatives against charges brought by Charles J. Ingesoll, representative from Pennsylvania, touching on Stockton's opposition to a bill Ingersoll supported.

M'Neely, Robert. To the Electors of the County of Hunterdon.
[New Jersey: s.n., 1814].
Address concerning the matter of British impressment of American sailors, and more broadly, the justification for the ongoing war with England.

Supplement to the Democratic Address.
[s.l.: s.n., 1813].
Issued by opponents of the war.
Photocopy.

Whig Societies.
[New Jersey: s.n.], 1813.
Listing of a meeting's objectives. Signed Whig Society in ms. on verso.

To the Federal Electors of the County of Somerset.
[New Jersey, s.n.], 1811.
List of infractions committed by Jacob Hardenbergh, intended to demonstrate grounds for his removal from the ticket for General Election.
Copy and negative photocopy.

Hardenbergh, Jacob R. Answer.
[New Brunswick, N.J.: s.n.], 1811.
Hardenbergh's point by point rebuttal of charges outlined against him (see above). Photocopy.

The great struggle is not over.
[New Brunswick, N.J.: s.n.], 1808.
Letter to supporters of the federal ticket calling for redoubled efforts to ensure that their general ticket (listed) is successful after their legislative ticket was defeated. Signed in ms. by members of the committee.

Jaques, Moses. To the Electors of the County of Essex.
Newark, N.J.: [s.n.], 1807.
Matters concerning location of courthouse.
[2] p. on [1] leaf.

An Act for the Gradual Abolition of Slavery.
Burlington, N.J.: S.C. Ustick, Printer, 1804.
Three part act that mandates every child born to a slave after the next fourth of July to be a servant rather than a slave. Facsimile.

Dickerson, Silas. To the Republican Electors of the State of New Jersey.
Trenton, N.J.: Wilson & Blackwell, Printers, 1803.
List of ticket to be supported for the Representatives of Congress by the Republican electors of New Jersey.
Two copies, Ms. on original.

An Act directing the time and mode of Electing Representatives in the House of Representatives of the Congress of the United States, for this State.
[Trenton, N.J.]: Wilson and Blackwell, 1803.
Contains six sections designating the manner and procedure of elections, read and passed in the House of Assembly.
Photocopy.

Federal Meeting.
Trenton, N.J.: Sherman, Mershon & Thomas, Printers, 1801.
Lists the federal ticket for election for council and assembly.

A Dialogue, between Quacko and Sambo, Addressed to the New Jersey Federalists, particularly those of Burlington County.
[New Jersey: s.n., 1801?].
Minstrel parody engaged with local politics involving Quakers.

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1821-1840

Pennsylvania and New Jersey Slave Trade!! The Case of Severn Martin.
[Marshfield, Mass.: s.n., 1836?].
Account of runaway slave Severn Martin's abduction by Burlington county sheriff and the torture and misdeed that followed. Signed at bottom "A Man" and ms. on verso "Proctor Bourne of Marshfield, Massachusetts."

Diagram Showing the Location of the Members composing the Sixty Fifth Legislative Assembly of the State of New Jersey...
Philadelphia, Pa.: J.T.Bowen, Lithographer, 1840.
Schematic diagram that contains the names, counties represented, and seat location of the assemblymen.

List of Officers and Members of the Sixty-fifth Legislature of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1840.
List contains counties, names of representatives, their residence when in Trenton, the nearest Post office to their homes, and the joint and standing committees of both houses.

We are on the eve of an important election...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1838.
Letter, addressed in ms on verso to [David Cramer?] about the upcoming election.

Jacksonian Republican Ticket for Congress.
[s.l.: s.n., 1826].
Address concerning the selection of the congressional ticket, and accusations of collusion between Henry Clay and John Quincy Adams, referring to the "corrupt bargain," in the presidential election of 1824.

Adams Meeting, Address to the Independent Electors of the State of New Jersey.
Trenton, N.J.: s.n., 1824.
Address containing the electoral, congressional, and presidential tickets for the impending election, including a call to support the presidential and vice-presidential ticket of John Q. Adams and John Calhoun.

Real Inhabitant of New Jersey. Reasons why Mr. Southard ought not to be elected by the Legislature to supply the vacancy in the Senate, created by the resignation of Dr. Bateman.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1829.
Address containing six points of practicality and constitutionality as to why the vacancy of one of New Jersey's Senate spots should not be filled by Mr. Southard. Ms. on verso.

Burlington County Administration Convention.
Mt. Holly, N.J.: Young & Boswell, Printers, [1831?].
Ornate typographic border design. Concerning the ticket for council, assembly, sheriff and coroners. Also details the benefits accrued under the Jackson administration, while criticizing the challenger, Henry Clay.

To the Electors of the County of Somerset.
[Somerville, N.J.]: directed to be printed by the Republican Convention, 1831.
Ticket labeled the "Governor's Ticket," listing the Republican candidates for council, assembly, sheriff, and coroners. Signed "John Frelinghuysen."

To the Independent Whig Electors of the Township of Woodbridge.
[Woodbridge, N.J.: s.n., 1836].
Address warning of the trouble that will arise if a crony of Jackson's succeeds him as president.

Trenton, June 1, 1832...
[New Jersey: s.n.], 1832.
John Jackson suggests political tactics in a letter to Peter Voorhees regarding monitoring elections.

Read! Read!! Petition of the Whigs of 1832...
[Paterson, N.J.: s.n.], 1832.
Ornate typographic border design. Petition to extend the period for immigrants to acquire their rights of citizenship, particularly their voting right.

Burlington County Jackson Republican Meeting.
[New Jersey: s.n., 1832].
List of the ticket for council, assembly, sheriff, state delegates and coroners. Also, an address regarding the ability of Andrew Jackson; with typographic border.

To the People of New Jersey.
Trenton, N.J.: [s.n..], 1838.
Accusation that the vote count for the congressional election was fraudulent.

Address read and unanimously adopted, at the Democratic Meeting...
[Elizabethtown, N.J.: s.n.], 1838.
Criticism of the Whigs as inheritors of the Federalist legacy of stifling freedom, with reference to the Alien and Sedition acts.

State of New Jersey, Joint Resolution.
[New Jersey: s.n.], 1840.
"500 copies ordered to be printed by the Legislature." Resolution regarding denial of participation to several New Jersey representatives, passed by the New Jersey legislature, council, and general assembly.

Whigs!! Freemen of Newark! Rally! Rally!!
Newark, N.J.: Printed at the Daily and Sentinel Office, 1840.
Campaign poster with a large wood engraving of an eagle and banners upon which are printed the names, Harrison and Tyler, and a slogan of "Van Buren and Ruin or Harrison and Prosperity."

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1841-1850

Whigs of New Jersey, Old Somerset holds her Mass Meeting...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1844.
Campaign poster for Clay and Frelinghuysen, detailing events of the meeting, including transportation by ferry. Wood engraving of an eagle, carrying the candidates names at the top of the poster.

List of Officers and Members of the Convention to Frame a Constitution for the state of New Jersey.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1844.
List, arranged by counties, detailing the members, officers, residences and committees.

List of Acts, Passed by the Sixty-sixth Legislature of New Jersey, 1841-1842.
[s.l.: s.n., 1842].
List containing the actions taken by legislature, such as executions of contracts, divorces, and incorporation of companies, as well as a list of the joint resolutions passed. Ms. and calculations on back.

List of Officers and Members of the Sixty-Seventh Legislature of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1842.
List, arranged by counties, detailing the members, officers, residences, and committees.

Enclosed we send you some tickets containing the names of the candidates...
[Somerset County, N.J.: Central Democratic Committee for Somerset County], 1843.
Letter requesting support for the Democratic Party. Addressed on back.

Somerset Messenger-Extra.
New Jersey: Somerset Messenger, 1844.
The second constitution of New Jersey, presented by Governor Haines, who wrote that he was legally obliged to publish it at least once a week in newspapers, for six consecutive weeks. [2] p. on [1] leaf.

Whig Mass Meeting.
Freehold, N.J.: Orrin Pharo, Printer, 1844.
Details of a meeting in support of Clay and Frelinghuysen.

Grand Democratic Whig Celebration.
[New Jersey: s.n.], 1844.
Notice of a celebration with a torchlight procession and fireworks. Ms. on the back.

Onward. Grand National Whig Banner.
New York, N.Y.: N. Currier, printer, 1844.
Campaign banner containing portraits of Henry Clay and Thomas Frelinghuysen.
Photocopy negative.

Circular of the Democratic State Central Commitee [sic].
Trenton, N.J.: [s.n.], 1847.
Correspondence detailing strategy on behalf of the campaign of Daniel Haines for governor. [2] p. on [1] leaf.

Diagram showing the location of the members composing the fourth senate of the state of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1848.
Schematic diagram listing members name, county and indicating their seating position.

Diagram showing the location of the members composing the Seventy-second Legislative Assembly of the state of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1848.
Schematic diagram listing members name, county and indicating their seating position.

A Chapter of the Political History of Passaic County. By a Whig.
[s.l.: s.n., 1847-49?].
Address detailing the factional problems affecting the Whig party.

Proclamation!
New Brunswick, N.J.: Printed at the New Jersey Union, 1849.
Invitation by New Brunswick mayor Augustus Taylor for citizens to assemble at city hall consider connecting New Brunswick to Old Bridge by railroad.

A Citizen of Burlington. The Railroad Monopoly.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1849.
Diatribe against railroad monopolists.

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1851-1860

Price, Rodman. Governor's Message.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1856.
Address concerning the welfare of the state.

Diagram showing the Location of the Members composing the Fifteenth Senate of the State of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1859.
Schematic diagram that contains the names, counties represented, and seat location, of the state senators.

Attention.
[s.l.: s.n., 1858].
Fourteen stanzas of paired couplets about the unsuccessful campaign of Colonel Jimmy for Congress.

List of Officers and Members of the Eighty-Second Legislature of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1858.
List, arranged by counties, detailing the members, officers, residences, and committees. Ms. on back.

The Age of Steel...
Trenton, N.J.: Murphy & Bechtel, Printers, 1856.
Satiric poetry, written in couplets, about the wealth the steel industry procures for the politicians whom they have purchased.

List of Officers and Members of the Eightieth Legislature of the State of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1856.
Annotated list, arranged by counties, detailing the members, officers, residences, and committees.

Diagram showing the Location of the Members composing the Twelfth Senate of the State of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1856.
Schematic diagram that contains the names, counties represented, and seat location, of the state senators.

Falls City Register. Extra! Contemptible Lying.
Paterson, N.J.: [s.n.], 1855.
Information related to the printing of the Democratic ticket. Wood engraving of rooster.

List of Acts and Resolutions passed by the Seventy-sixth Legislature of New Jersey.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1852.
List containing the actions taken by legislature.

List of Officers and Members of the Seventy-sixth Legislature of the state of New Jersey...
[s.l.]: M.R. Hamilton, Printer, 1852.
List, arranged by counties, detailing the members, officers, residences, and committees.

List of Officers and Members of the Seventy-fifth Legislature of the state of New Jersey...
[s.l.]: Morris R. Hamilton, Printer, 1851.
List, arranged by counties, detailing the members, officers, residences, and committees.

Diagram showing the Location of the Members composing the Seventy-fifth Legislative Assembly of the State of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1851.
Schematic diagram that contains the names, counties represented, and seat location, of the assemblymen.

Turn out green and early democrats.
Hightstown, N.J.: [s.n.], 1860.
Invitation for the Hightstown Zouaves Parade as well as "some good Democratic Talk." Large wood engraved eagle.

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1861-1870

Soldiers Read! Letter from Gen. McClellan.
[Orange, N.J.: s.n.], 1863.
Letter from the general written to refute claims that he supported the candidacy of Governor Curtin and that his political views, including that the sole purpose of the Civil War should be to restore the unity of the nation, were in accord with the views of Judge Woodward.

The Union Platform adopted by the Union state convention at Trenton...
Jersey City, N.J.: The "Times" Printing House, 1865.
Resolutions praising the effort that ensured the Union's victory, despite what he considers treasonous and divisive action conducted by the Democrats.
2 copies, one damaged.

To the Public.
[s.l.: s.n., 1864].
Letter questioning the suitability of Charles Lathrop for public office.

McClellan Men, Attention!
Paterson, N.J.: Paterson Guardian Print, 1864.
Details the time and place of a meeting to organize a Democratic Campaign.
Original and photocopy.

City of Trenton. City officers and council.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1865.
Lists the city officers, the members and officers of council, the committees of council and the offices and residences of officers and councilmen.

Diagram showing the Location of the Members composing the Twentieth Senate of the State of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1864.
Schematic diagram that contains the names, counties represented, and seat location, of the state senators.

Diagram showing the Location of the Members composing the Eighty-seventh legislature of the State of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1863.
Schematic diagram that contains the names, counties represented, and seat location, of the state senators.

List of Officers and Members of the Seventy-fifth Legislature of the state of New Jersey...
[s.l.]: David Naar, Printer, 1863.
List, arranged by counties, detailing the members, officers, residences, and committees. 2 copies.

"Them Hosses!!"
[s.l.: s.n.], 1862.
Correspondence about the postponed acquisition of horses.

Citizens of Greenville, Attention.
Jersey City, N.J.: John H. Lyon, Printer, [1862].
Notice of a public hearing concerning the "annexation" of Greenville to Jersey City.

Special Town Meeting!
Mount Holly, N.J.: [s.n.], 1862.
Notice of meeting to be held at the House of Nathan Lippincott.

Union County, People's Candidate. For assembly, John J. High, of Rahway...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1861.
Transcript of a speech by Joseph Crowell about the nomination of John High in an effort to prevent the re-election of Israel Maxwell to the legislature.

Public Aid Committee of the City of Newark.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1864.
Matters concerning the appropriation of funds to families of servicemen of the Civil War.

List of Officers and Members of the Eighty-eighth Legislature of the state of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1864.
List, arranged by counties, detailing the members, officers, residences, and committees.

List of Officers and Members of the Ninetieth Legislature of the state of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1866.
List, arranged by counties, detailing the members, officers, residences, and committees.

Diagram Showing the Location of the Members composing the Ninety-third General Assembly of the State of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1869.
Schematic diagram that contains the names, counties represented, and seat location, of the Assemblymen.

Patriotism and Love of Country under the Constitution and Laws, as opposed to Loyalty, either to Kings, Princes, or Presidents.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1864.
Invitation to attend a meeting of the Democratic McClellan Club. Wood engraved eagle at head.

An act for the relief of such portion of the militia of this State as may be called into service.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1861.
Nine-point act approved on May 11, 1861 by the Senate and the General assembly that provided the families of servicemen called into action an allowance of $6 per month.
Photocopy.

A Public Meeting of the Citizens of the Township of Greenville...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1867.
Meeting regarding the nomination for various offices. [2] p. on [2] leaves.

The Two Platforms.
Jersey City, N.J.: [s.n.], 1865.
Two columns juxtaposing the resolutions of the Union Party platform with those of the Copperhead Party platform.
3 copies.

Diagram Showing the Location of the Members composing the Ninety-first General Assembly of the State of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1867.
Schematic diagram that contains the names, counties represented, and seat location, of the Assemblymen. 3 copies.

White Boys in Blue! Attention!
Phillipsburg, N.J.: Sigman & Werkheiser, Printers, [1868?].
Resolution ordered by " the white soldiers' and sailors' union," to propose Horatio Seymour for president and U.S. Grant as general of the army.

Democratic Voters Beware!
[s.l.: s.n., 1870].
Directions to vote for Aug. C. Canfield for assembly. [2] p. on [2] leaves.

Answer to an Irishman's Appeal!
[Jersey City, N.J.: s.n.], 1870.
Statement disputing the allegations put forth by James Brann, that Orestes Cleveland, Alderman and Mayor of Newark, was bigoted against Irishmen.

[Diagram] showing the Location of the Members composing the Ninety-fifth legislature of the State of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1871.
Schematic diagram that contains the names, counties represented, and seat location, of the state senators.

Piscataway Township Finances for the fiscal year, 1870-'71.
New Brunswick, N.J.: Fredonian Press, 1871.
Account of the revenue of the township.

Hudson County Democrat: Shall the Democratic Party Nominate a Republican for the Presidency?
[Hoboken, N.J.: A.O. Evans, Editor and Proprietor, 1871.
Author of the article answers the question, no.

Straight out Democratic meeting, Camden, N.J.
[s.l.: s.n., 1872].
Resolution against the nomination of Horace Greeley as presidential candidate, who was chosen at the convention in Baltimore.

Finances: Franklin Township.
Somerville, N.J.: [s.n.], 1872.
Fiscal lists.

Primary Meetings.
Morristown, N.J.: [s.n.], 1872.
Notice of meeting to nominate a congressional candidate; includes list of the number of delegates per town from Morris county.
2 original copies.

Annual Message of Mayor Garretson.
[Perth Amboy, N.J.: s.n.], 1873.
Address by the mayor, covering topics including council proceedings, sewerage, ordinances of the city, police, water and other means for extinguishing fires, finance, and recommendations.

Council Proceedings.
[Perth Amboy, N.J.: s.n.], 1873.
Matters related to city council meeting.

List of the Officers and Members of the Ninety-sixth General Assembly of New Jersey.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1872.
Schematic diagram indicating seat location in the assembly coordinated with a list detailing the name of the assemblymen, their political parties, and the town and county they represent.

List of the Officers and Members of the One hundredth [sic] Senate of New Jersey.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1876.
Schematic diagram indicating seat location in the senate coordinated with a list detailing the name of the senators, their political parties, and the town and county they represent.

List of Officers and Members of the One Hundred and First Legislature of the State of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n.], 1877.
List, arranged by counties, detailing the members, officers, residences, and committees.
3 original copies.

Beecher, J.A. Memorial.
[Newark, N.J.: s.n.], 1878.
Matters regarding allegations against New Jersey Mutual Life Insurance Company of Newark.

List of the Officers and Members of the One hundred and first General Assembly of New Jersey.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1877.
Schematic diagram indicating seat location in the assembly coordinated with a list detailing the name of the assemblymen, their political parties, and the town and county they represent. 2 copies.

Reasons Why Assembly Bill No. 22 Should Not Pass.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1879.
Argument against bill that proposes to abolish District Courts in Jersey City. Ms. on back.

List of Persons Exempted by the Board of Enrolment of the 4th district, N.J., upon the ground of Alienage.
[s.l.: s.n., 1880].
Inhabitants of Morris county.

Attention, Voters!
Jersey City, N.J.: The Argus Print, 1880.
List of the Democratic ticket.

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1881-1890

The President is dead but the Government at Washington still lives."
New York, N.Y.: H.A. Thomas, Lithographer, [c. 1881-1882].
Lithographic portraits of the first 20 presidents.

Officers and Members of the One Hundred and Sixth Legislature of New Jersey...
Trenton, N.J.: Naar, Day & Naar, Printers, 1882.
List, arranged by counties, detailing the members, officers, their parties, residences, and committees. [2] p. on [2] leaves.

Proclamation! In pursuance of an act of the Legislature of the State of New Jersey, entitled "An act to prevent and punish bribery at primaries, conventions, and elections..."
Trenton, N.J.: Naar, Day & Naar, Printers, 1883.
Eight-point act that disqualifies persons who tamper with elections.

Tell the Truth!
[s.l.: s.n.], 1884.
Refutation of allegations there was collusion between Democrats and Republicans during a Democratic meeting.

The Farmer's Enemy.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1886.
Matters pertaining to the American Agricultural and Dairy Association, and its disdain for New Jersey Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Judge Green.

Trenton N.J. October 17th, 1887. To the Hon. John. R. McPhereson, United States Senator from New Jersey.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1887.
Allegations made by Henry Little depicting McPhereson as a crooked politician financed by narrow interests. Several McPhereson correspondence lithographed on verso as evidence. [2] p. on [1] leaf.

Read About Griggs and His Record on the Labor Bills!
[s.l.: s.n., 1888].
Chronicle of gubernatorial candidate Griggs constant opposition to the organized labor position. Wood engraving signed by artist.

Connelly, Jas. F. Sale of Delinquent Lands for Taxes and Assessments.
Newark, N.J.: [s.n.], 1890.
List contains the lot, block and street numbers of the lots, tracts and parcels of land to be sold. [3] p. on [3] leaves.

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1891-1900

Virtue, Edward J. Republicanism Life of the Nation.
Orange, N.J.: [s.n., 1896].
Song promoting the glory of being a Republican, also contains list of other pieces authored by Virtue. Lithographic portraits.

Middlesex County Voters, Attention! McGill or Griggs? Which shall it be so far as old Middlesex is concerned?
[s.l.: s.n., 1895].
Appeal to vote for Griggs because McGill's patronage made Middlesex's courts more costly than those of any comparably sized county in New Jersey.

Grand Mass Meeting...
Somerville, N.J.: The Unionist-Gazzette Printing House, [1892].
Notice of a meeting at the Fairview School house with speakers Cresswell MacLaughlin and Joseph Frelinghuysen.

Congressional and State Issues.
Somerville, N.J.: The Unionist-Gazzette Printing House, [1892].
Notice that Wm. Hoffman, a Republican candidate for congress, is speaking at Voorhees Hall, in East Millstone. Typo in the title, spelt, "ongressional."

Report of Bureau of Statistics.
[s.l.: s.n., 1899].
Report containing lists and summaries on the following topics; railroad employees, cost of living, benefits of trade unions- with list of hours and wages of union vs. non union, value of manufactured products, persons idle, and days factories were closed.

The Republicans of the Third Congressional District of the State of New Jersey...
[s.l.: s.n., 1896].
Address on behalf of the presidential ticket of William McKinley and Garret Hobart (N.J.).

Atlantic City Finances.
[s.l.: s.n.], 1900.
List of receipts and expenditures as well as a list of mayor, alderman and other public officials from 1885-1900.