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The Right Revd. John Bishop of Baltimore.

Chase, Samuel. Baltimore

Chase, Samuel. Baltimore

Letter to Andrew Buchanan, Baltimore

Letter to Robert Christie, Baltimore

Letter to Messrs. Tench Tilghman and Co., Baltimore

Letter to General Otho H. Williams, Baltimore, Md

Letter to Horatio Gates, Baltimore

Letter to Robert Purviance, Collector of Baltimore [Md.]

Letter to Messrs. Tench Tilghman and Co., Baltimore

Letter to Mrs. Chase, Baltimore

Letter to Messrs. Samuel and John Smith, merchants in Baltimore

Letter to Robert Gilmor, Baltimore

Letter to Mrs. Chase, Baltimore

Letter to Tench Tilghman, Baltimore, Md.

Letter to E[li] Ayres, Baltimore

Letter to Horatio Gates, Baltimore

Letter to Robert Purviance, Collector of Baltimore [Md.]

Letter to Andrew Buchanan, Baltimore

Letter to Andrew S. Ennalls, Baltimore

Letter to Horatio Gates, Baltimore

Letter to Horatio Gates, Baltimore

Letter to E[li] Ayres, Baltimore

Letter to General Otho H. Williams, Baltimore, Md

Letter to Robert Gilmore, Baltimore, Md.

Letter to N[athaniel] F. Williams, Baltimore

Letter to William Patterson & Brothers, Baltimore

Letter to William Patterson & Brothers, Baltimore

Letter to Andrew S. Ennalls, Baltimore

Letter to Governor [Horatio] Sharpe [Baltimore, Md.]

Letter to Messrs. Samuel and John Smith, merchants in Baltimore

Letter to James M. Broom, Baltimore [Md.]

Letter to General Otho H. Williams, Baltimore, Md

Letter to James M. Broom, Baltimore [Md.]

Letter to Tench Tilghman, Baltimore, Md.

Letter to Governor [Horatio] Sharpe [Baltimore, Md.]

Letter to [Jonathan Hudson, Baltimore.]

Letter to Tench Tilghman, Baltimore, Md.

Letter to [Jonathan Hudson, Baltimore.]

Letter to Robert Gilmor, Baltimore

Letter to Clement Brooke, Baltimore Furnace

Letter to Robert Gilmore, Baltimore, Md.

Lewis, Francis. Baltimore. To Governor Johnson

Peters, Richard. War Office - Baltimore. To Col. Morgan

Peters, Richard. War Office - Baltimore. To Col. Morgan

[Adams, John] Baltimore. To Honorable Joseph Palmer

Lewis, Francis. Baltimore. To Robert Morris

Gist, Mordecai. Baltimore. To Brigadier General Smallwood

[Adams, John] Baltimore. To Honorable Joseph Palmer

[Adams, John] Baltimore. To Honorable Joseph Palmer

Gist, Mordecai. Baltimore. To Brigadier General Smallwood

[Adams, John] Baltimore. To Honorable Joseph Palmer

Lewis, Francis. Baltimore. To Governor Johnson

Lewis, Francis. Baltimore. To Robert Morris

Baltimore

Smith, Samuel. Baltimore. To General Morgan

Smith, Samuel. Baltimore. To General Morgan

Smith, Samuel. Baltimore. To General Morgan

Smith, Samuel. Baltimore. To General Morgan

Smith, Samuel. Baltimore

Smith, Samuel. Baltimore

Spotswood, Alexander. Baltimore. To Messrs. S. and T. Smith

Spotswood, Alexander. Baltimore. To Messrs. S. and T. Smith

Spotswood, Alexander. Baltimore. To Messrs. S. and T. Smith

Spotswood, Alexander. Baltimore. To Messrs. S. and T. Smith

View from Bushongo Tavern 5 miles from York Town on the Baltimore road.

Williams, Otho Holland. Baltimore. To Governor Howard

Williams, Otho Holland. Baltimore. To Governor Howard

Plan of the town of Baltimore and it's [sic] environs

Plan of the town of Baltimore and it's environs

Certificate permitting the schooner Ann Pennock of Baltimore to go from Port Republicain to Leogane

Certificate permitting the schooner Ann Pennock of Baltimore to go from Port Republicain to Leogane

East view of Baltimore Maryland.

Custis, Edmond. Baltimore

Improved plan of the city of Baltimore.

Custis, Edmond. Baltimore

Chase, Samuel. Baltimore. To Samuel Otis

Chase, Samuel. Baltimore. To Samuel Otis

Chase, Samuel. Baltimore. To Samuel Otis

Chase, Samuel. Baltimore. To Samuel Otis

Martin, Luther. Baltimore. To William Hammond

Key, Philip B. Evans Tavern, Baltimore. To William Hammond

Key, Philip B. Evans Tavern, Baltimore. To William Hammond

Martin, Luther. Baltimore. To William Hammond

Martin, Luther. Baltimore. To William Hammond

Martin, Luther. Baltimore. To William Hammond

The Most Reverend John Carroll, D.D., first archbishop of Baltimore.

East view of Baltimore Maryland.

A view of the first cities of the United States; [Detail of Baltimore section]

Baltimore in 1752

Baltimore in 1752

A view of the first cities of the United States; [Detail of Baltimore section]

Baltimore, Annapolis, and adjacent country.

Jones' Falls near Baltimore.

View of the spot where Gen. Ross fell near Baltimore.

Baltimore, Annapolis, and adjacent country

Peale, Rubens. Baltimore

Peale, Rubens. Baltimore

Baltimore, Annapolis, and adjacent country

Foundry on Jones Creek near Baltimore

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