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Colby, Anthony 1792-1873

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Works: 14 works in 14 publications in 1 language and 18 library holdings
Genres: Sources  History  Records and correspondence  Miscellanea 
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Address of his excellency the governor : to both branches of the General Court, of New Hampshire, June Session, 1846 by New Hampshire ( Book )
1 edition published in 1846 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Letter, 1854 February 15, New London [N.H.], to President Lord [Hanover, N.H.] by Anthony Colby ( Book )
1 edition published in 1854 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Will be unable to attend the Trustees meeting. The vacancy caused by Prof. Haddock's absence should be filled
by Anthony Colby ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Oath affirming his support of the Constitution of the United States. Although undated, it is surely from the period of his governorship, 1846-1847
Certificate of enlistment, 1863 April 24, for George E. Tyler by New Hampshire ( Book )
1 edition published in 1863 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Certifies that Tyler enlisted in the 2d New Hampshire Vols. on 27 April 1861
Letter, 1870 July 30, Hanover, N.H., to Anthony Colby by Asa D Smith ( Book )
1 edition published in 1870 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Reports that the Trustees of Dartmouth College have accepted his resignation from the Board, and acknowledges his years of service
Broadsides from New-England Union Volunteer Company by New-England Union Volunteer Company ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Three printed broadsides, authorized by David Perkins, from New-England Union Volunteer Company in Concord, Lebanon and Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The first broadside, printed on official stationery of the company and dated December 26, 1864, is about paying $775 for substitutes with the prospect of the price advancing, $500 cash (besides Government Bounty) to the current class of recruits at the Concord office, and $700 to the substitutes at the West Lebanon office. At the top left is the seal of Sigilium Reipublicae Neo Hantoniensis 1784. The second broadside, printed on official stationery of the company and dated January 9, 1865, is about the State's quota for substitutes being full, and thus, it's advised that no more men be sent until further notice. A seal of an eagle and shield is at the top left. The following names are at the top of both broadsides: His Excellency Governor Gilmore and Council of New Hampshire; Hon. Ex-Governor Anthony Colby; Natt. Head, Adjutant General of N. H.; Hon. B. F. Gale, Mayor of Concord, N. H.; Hon. Fred Smyth, Mayor of Manchester, N. H.; Hon. H. T. Morrill, Mayor of Nashua, N. H.; Hon. William F. Estes, Mayor of Dover, N. H.; Hon. J. B. Adams, of Portsmouth, N. H.; Hon. Peter Sanborn, State Treasurer; Nat. Perkins; M. H. Perkins; David Perkins; L. M. Underhill; A. M. Peck; L. M. Underhill, Washington St., Boston; Chas. Herman and C. H. Sweeney, Special Agents; Nat. Perkins, Kittery, Me.; A. M. Peck, Daniel St., Portsmouth, N. H.; J. Q. Roles, Special Agent; David Perkins, Main St., Concord, N. H.; J. E. Pecker, Special Agents; M. H. Perkins, White River Junction, Vt.; N. R. Perkins, A. A. Cox, and Noble Thompson, Special Agents. The third broadside, dated February 10, 1865 from Concord, New Hampshire, is about taking immediate measures to fill Concord's quota in order to avoid the impending draft and Perkins is prepared to furnish men and perform such business as entrusted him. Included at the bottom are the following names: J. E. Pecker, Special Agent; His Excellency Governor Gilmore and Council; Hon. Ex-Governor Anthony Colby; Natt Head, Adjutant General; Capt. Hosea Eaton, Provost Marshal, 2d District; Hon. B. F. Gale, Mayor of Concord; Hon. Fred. Smyth, Ex-Mayor of Manchester; Hon. H. T. Morrill, Ex-Mayor of Nashua; Hon. William F. Estes, Mayor of Dover; Hon. J. B. Adams, of Portsmouth; Hon. Peter Sanborn, State Treasurer
by Anthony Colby ( )
in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Oath affirming his support of the Constitution of the United States. Although undated, it is surely from the period of his governorship, 1846-1847
 
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