- In six stanzas; first line: Great source of good! Almighty pow'r!, Followed by a description of the charity school of Trinity Church, New York, and their appeal for financial assistance, dated: New-York, October 16, 1783., Dated: New-York, October 16, 1783., Printed from the standing type for the Oct. 12th event., N-YHS copy donated by T.W.C. Moore; fabric lining.
- By a daughter of liberty, living in Marblehead., Verse of eighty-four lines, describing the severe shortages and economic conditions which existed in Marblehead and other coastal towns between 1776 and 1780; first line: Our best beloved they are gone., Author from final couplet: Molly Gutridge composition ..., "Probably printed by Ezekiel Russell ..."--Tapley. Salem imprints, p. 333. One of the cuts illustrating this broadside poem was also included in the Downfall of justice (Evans 14740) printed by Russell in 1776., Dated  by Tapley,  by Ford, and [1779?] by Bristol. In 1779 Russell was printing at Danvers, Mass., Text in two columns divided by a single rule; printed area measures 31.8 x 18.9 cm., Two woodcut illustrations, the first showing a domestic interior with a seated woman and three children with the figure of Justice with scales in the background, the second showing a woman in a tricorn hat bearing a rifle and powder horn., N-YHS copy slightly mutilated, with some loss of text.
- Signed: Ira Allen, treasurer, Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, May 27, 1783. Followed by: Notice is hereby given to the officers and soldiers of the troops of this state, who served in the years 1780 and 1781 ... Signed and dated: Thomas Tolman, pay-master. Pay office, Arlington, June 3, 1783., Imprint suggested by McCorison., N-YHS copy: fabric lining.