Listing 15 candidates for the New York Legislature., "Signed by order of the chairman, Richard Kip, jun. sec'ry.", Names separated by vertical ornamental rule., N-YHS copy inscribed on verso: McDougall; fabric lining.
Fifteen resolves concerning local elections, debt and debtors, and the fixing of grain prices., Signed: Extract from the minutes, Robert Benson, sec'ry., Ascribed to the press of Samuel Loudon by Evans., Text in three columns., N-YHS copy: fabric lining.
Ordering the voters in the towns to renew the appointments mentioned., "In Council, February 7, 1777. Read and concurred. ...", Ascribed to the press of Benjamin Edes by Cushing., N-YHS copy: fabric lining., Online version available via the Witness to the Early American Experience website,
Listing 18 candidates for the New York Legislature., Signed: A citizen. New-York, Dec. 26, 1783., Type ornament rule above imprint., N-YHS copy has manuscript emendations indicating the 9 winners; on verso in manuscript: "McDougall".
Concerning the election of state senators and representatives, Dec. 29, 1783., Recommends nine candidates for election., Signed and dated: Juvenis. New-York, Dec. 23, 1783., Text in two columns., N-YHS copy has manuscript note: "McDougall"; fabric lining.
Calling for caution in electing members of the New York Legislature., Signed: A friend to mechanicks., Imprint below type ornament rule., N-YHS copy 1 slightly damaged along fold; manuscript note on verso: "XXVIII"; copy 2: fabric lining; copy 3 with manuscript note: "McDougall".