New literates, Writing for. -- See also Readers for new literates. --subdivision Readers for new literates under individual languages other than English and under groups of languages, e.g. French language--Readers for new literates.
New London Burglary Connecticut : Broke open last night, (the 13th October) the City Coffee-House, and stolen thereout, sundry articles, viz. ... [electronic resource] : Whoever apprehends the thief or thieves ... shall receive forty dollars reward, paid by T. Allen, (59) New-London, October 14, 1787.
New London (Conn.) -- Church history. : A looking-glass for the Presbyterians at New-London; [electronic resource] : to see their worship and worshippers weighed in the balance, and found wanting. : With a true account of what the people called Rogerenes, have suffered in that town from the 10th of June 1764, to the 13th of December 1766. ... / Written by John Rogers, of New-London. ; [Nine lines of Scripture texts]
New London (Conn.) -- Commerce. : New-London County, ss. New-London, April 1, 1778. [electronic resource] : Agreeable to an act of assembly of the state of Connecticut, for regulating the prices of labor, &c. the civil authority and select-men of the town of New-London having convened for the purposes directed in said act, assessed the undermentioned articles at the following prices, in said New-London, viz.
New London (Conn.) -- History -- Burning by the British, 1781. : By His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Esquire ... A proclamation. [electronic resource] : Whereas a party of British troops made an incursion and attack on the towns of New-London and Groton, on the sixth of September last ... I ... do hereby appoint, Thursday the thirteenth day of December next, the day set apart for thanksgiving ... for the good people in each and every of the religious societies and congregations throughout this state, to give and bestow their free and charitable donations, for the comfort and relief of the sufferers ... Given under my hand in Lebanon, the twenty-second day of November ... one thousand, seven hundred and eighty-one ...