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The liberty of the press in the American colonies before the revolutionary war. With particular reference to conditions in the royal colony of New York
The Roosevelt Panama libel case against The New York World <The United States vs. The Press Publishing Co.> a brief history of the attempt of President Roosevelt by executive usurpation to destroy the freedom of the press in the United States, togeth
Press Publishing Company,
United States. Supreme Court
The unity of Italy. The American celebration of the unity of Italy, at the Academy of Music, New York, Jan. 12, 1871, with the addresses, letters, and comments of the press
The history of Newark, New Jersey, being a narrative of its rise and progress, from the settlement in May, 1666, by emigrants from Connecticut to the present time, including a sketch of the press of Newark, from 1791 to 1878
Address of President Wilson before the Press club in New York city, June 30, 1916
William Dean Howells,
Academy of Music (New York,
The press and public opinion : an address delivered before the Women's City Club of New York Dec. 11, 1919
Frank I. Cobb
The Plan of the Port Authority of New York for future port development : public opinion upon its adoption as expressed by commercial and civic organizations and the press together with a few facts regarding the world's greatest port
New York Chamber of Commerce
An Oneida County printer, William Williams, printer, publisher, editor, with a bibliography of the press at Utica, Oneida County, New York, from 1803-1838
The convention of the Apostolate of the Press : held in Columbus Hall, New York City, January 6th and 7th, 1892, report of papers and letters
Apostolate of the Press
Bridge-Street banditti versus the press : report of the trial of Mary-Anne Carlile, for publishing A New-year's address to the reformers of Great Britain written by Richard Carlile : at the instance of the Constitutional Association before Mr. Justic
Mary Anne Carlile,
Great Britain. Court of King's Bench,
Constitutional Association (London,
The history of Newark, New Jersey : being a narrative of its rise and progress, from the settlement in May, 1666, by emigrants from Connecticut, to the present time, including a sketch of the press of Newark, from 1791 to 1878