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    Abraham Lincoln, Republican Candidate for Sixteenth President of the United States
    1859 - 1860
    Abstract of the bill of mortality for the town of Boston
    1818
    A.C. Peck, dentist, Woodbury
    1880 - 1889
    Academy exhibition, positively the last! ... at the Academy Hall, on Tuesday eve'ng Dec. 5th ..
    1850 - 1859
    Accident at corner of West Main and Hazel Streets, Stamford
    1934
    Account of the prices of articles as stated by the civil authority and select-men of the town of Norwich, March, 1778. ... Simon Tracy, chair-man ; Samuel Tracy, clerk
    1778
    Account of the sufferings of John McWhitney, and family, during six months captivity among the Fox and Sacs Indians, and the inhuman massacre of Mrs. McWhitney, and her three children
    1832
    Acrobats on Trampoline, Danbury Fair
    1975
    Act and law . . . to compel the furnishing necessary supplies and assistance . . .
    1776
    Act and law made and passed by the General Court ... : holden at New-Haven, on the second Thursday of October ... 1776.
    1776
    Act for the government and regulation of seamen in the merchants service
    1790
    Act to prevent intrusions on lands within the jurisdiction of this state, under pretence of title from the state of Connecticut, passed 11th March, 1796
    1796
    A.D. Brockett family, probably Southington or Burlington
    1880 - 1889
    A.D. Clinton family
    1880 - 1889
    A.D. Wildman with a snapping turtle, Danbury
    1888
    Ada Louise Taylor on a sled, Hartford
    1890
    Adams Express Company, Hartford, Asylum Street
    1880
    Adams Hotel, 718 Albany Avenue, Hartford
    1900
    Address of the carrier of the Connecticut courant, to his customers. Hartford, January 1, 1793
    1793
    Address of the carrier of the Connecticut courant to his patrons, January 1, 1836.Two hundred years! -- Two hundred years!
    1836
    Address of the carrier of the Daily Courant to his patrons, January 1, 1838.Time, with an undiminish'd force ...<br>
    1838
    Address of the carrier of the Daily courant to its patrons, January 1, 1844
    1844
    Address of the carriers of the Connecticut courant, to their patrons, January 1, 1839.Once more, as seasons roll away ..
    1839
    Address of the Prohibition State Committee to those who desire the protection of our youth, our homes and society against the liquor traffic ..
    1883

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