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Sunset from the Battery (or Moonlight), New York, N. Y.

Ruins of Battery on Constitution Island

New York Battery Castle Garden Bay Narrows Staten Isld.

A plan of the city of New-York & its environs : to Greenwich, on the North or Hudsons River, and to Crown Point, on the East or Sound River, shewing the several streets, publick buildings, docks, fort & battery, with the true form & course of the commanding grounds, with and without the town : survey'd in the winter, 1775 [i.e. 1766]

A plan of the city of New-York & its environs : to Greenwich, on the North or Hudsons River, and to Crown Point, on the East or Sound River, shewing the several streets, publick buildings, docks, fort & battery, with the true form & course of the commanding grounds, with and without the town : survey'd in the winter, 1775 [i.e. 1766]

North Battery foot of Hubert St. New York

View of the bay and harbour of New-York, from the Battery

Through the trees at the Battery

[No. 1 Broadway from the Battery]

North Battery, foot of Hubert St., New York.

View of the bay and harbour of New-York, from the Battery.

View of Fort Fish & Nutting Battery 1814

The "Diana" in New York Bay from the Battery.

Plate 8th. Junction of Broadway and the Bowery, New York ; Bay and harbour of New York, from the Battery.

Plate 5th. Mansion house (Bunker's), Broadway, New York ; Steam boat wharf, Battery Place, New York.

Bay of New York, from the Battery.

Castle Garden from the Battery.

Proposed enlargement of the present Battery

Castle Garden, New York. From the Battery. 624

Battery.

Proposed enlargement of the present Battery

Castle Garden. From the Battery

The Battery, New York. By moonlight

Map of wharves and piers on North River from Battery Place to Hammond Street

[Plate 2: Map bounded by Rector Street, Broadway, Exchange Place, William Street, Beaver Street, Broad Street, Marketfield Street, Battery Place, West Street .]

Castle Garden--exterior view from the Battery ; Interior of Castle Garden in former times.

[Map bounded by Pier - Line 25-39, Vestry Street, Greenwich Street, Barcley Street; Including West Street, Washington Street, Robinson Street, Murray Street, Warren Street, Chambers Street, Reade Street, Duane Street, Jay Street, Harrison Street, Franklin Street, North Moore Street, Beach Street, Hubert Street, Laight Street]

[Map bounded by Pier - Line 1-24, Vesey Street, Broadway, Battery Place; Including West Street, Washington Street, Greenwich Street, Morris Street, Rector Street, Carlisle Street, Albany Street, Cedar Street, Liberty Street, Jersey City Ferry, Courtlandt Street, Dey Street, Fulton Street]

A Plan of the City of New-York & its Environs to Greenwich, on the North or Hudsons River, and to Crown Point, on the East or Sound River, Shewing the Several Streets, Publick Buildings, Docks, Fort & Battery with the true Form & Course of the Commanding Grounds, with and without the Town. Surveyed in the Winter, 1775.

[Map bounded by Pier - Line 40-51, Christopher Street, Greenwich Street, Desbrosses Street; Including West Street, Washington Street, Watts Street, Hoboken Ferry, Hoboken St, Canal Street, Spring Street, Charlton Street, King Street, Hammersley Street, Clarkson Street, Leroy Street, Morton Street, Barrow Street]

[Map bounded by Water Street, Jackson Street, Pier- Line 41-49, Pike Street; Including Front Street, South Street, Rutgers St, Jefferson Street, Clinton Street, Montgomery Street, Ferry to Brooklyn, Governeur St, Scammel St]

[Map bounded by Front Street, Burling Slip, Pier - Line 1-20, Whitehall; Including South Street, Staten Island Ferry, Hamilton Ferry, Atlantic Ferry, Moore Street, Broad Street, Coenties Slip, Old Slip, Governeurs Lane, Jones Lane, Coffee House Slip, Wall St Ferry, Pine Street, Depeyster Street, Maiden Lane, Fletcher Street]

[Map bounded by Lewis Street, Avenue D, Avenue C, 14th St, Pier - Line 63-73, Houston Street; Including Williamsburgh Ferry, 3rd St, 4th St, 5th St, 6th St, 7th St, 8th St, 9th St, 10th St, Green Point Ferry, 11th St, 12th St, 13th St]

[1st Ward. Plate D: Map bounded by West Street, Rector Street, Broadway, Battery Place; Including Washington Street, Greenwich Street, Trinity Place, Morris Street, Edgar Street, Exchange Place]

East River from the Battery to Blackwells Island : Showing a proposed alteration of the exterior line of the city between 8th & 38th steets / by J. F. Harrison.

[Map bounded by Pier - Line 52-54, 13th Avenue, Gansevoort Street, Greenwich Street, Amos Street; Including West Street, Washington Street, Charles Street, Ferry Street, Hammond Street, Bank Street, Bethune Street, Troy Street, Jane Street, Horatio Street]

[Map bounded by Jackson Street, Lewis Street, Stanton Street, Pier - Line 56-62, Corlears Hook, South Street; Including Corlears Street, Goerck Street, Mangin Street, Tompkins Street, East Street, Front Street, Water Street, Cherry Street, Monroe St, Grand Street, Williamsburgh Ferry, Broome Street, Delancey Street, Rivington Street]

[Map bounded by Front Street, Market Street, Pier - Line 21-40, Fulton St; Including South Street, Fulton Ferry, Beekman Street, Peck Street, Dover Street, Roosevelt St, James Slip, Oliver St, Catharine Slip, Market Street]

Maps of the Wharves & Piers on the Hudson and East Rivers, from the Battery to 13th St New York. 1855.

[Plate 2: Map bounded by Rector Street, Broadway, Wall Street, Broad Street, Exchange Place, William Street, Beaver Street, Broad Street, Marketfield Place, Battery Place, West Street.]

[Plate 1: Map bounded by Battery Place, Marketfield Street, Broad Street, Beaver Street, Old Slip, South Street, Coenties Slip, South Street, Whitehall Street, State Street.]

Scene on the Battery at New York, on the occasion of the Reception of the Prince of Wales.

South Battery St., Charleston, S.C.

[South Battery.]

Angle of East Battery, Charleston, S.C.

Water battery and hot shot furnace of the Old Spanish Fort, at St. Augustine, Florida.

Battery B, East Cemetery Hill, Gettysburg, Pa.

A view of East Battery, Charleston, S.C.

Old Battery, Ticonderoga.

Sea wall battery, West Point.

The Battery, Charleston, S.C.

South Battery, from Meeting Street, Charleston, S.C.

Siege battery, W. P. M. A..

[South Battery.]

South Battery St., Charleston, S.C.

5th Maine Stevens' Battery, near Culp Hill, Gettysburg, Pa.

Arsenal and portion of Sea View Battery. W. P. M. A..

Reception of the Japanese Embassy at the Battery.

Water battery and hot shot furnace of the Old Spanish Fort, at St. Augustine, Florida.

South Battery, looking west, Charleston.

Battery B, East Cemetery Hill, Gettysburg, Pa.

View from the Battery, N.Y.

View from the Battery, New York.

Water battery and Hot shot furnace of the Old Spanish Fort at St. Augustine, Florida.

The Battery, cannon, &c. Charlestown Navy Yard.

The Battery, Charleston, S.C.

Arsenal and portion of Sea View Battery. W. P. M. A..

Battery and Governor's Island, New York.

The Battery, Charleston, S.C.

Angle of East Battery, Charleston, S.C.

The Battery, Charleston, S.C.

The battery at Fort Canby, Washington Territory

View from the Battery, New York.

River Battery.

Battery Place looking from Castle Garden [man in foreground].

South Battery.

[Men and children along battery filled with rubble.]

East Battery.

The seige battery, West Point N Y.

[The Battery, Charleston, S.C.]

Battery Place looking from Castle Garden [man in foreground].

South Battery, looking north, Charleston, S.C.

The Battery, Charleston, S.C.

The Battery, Charleston, S.C.

Battery Place looking from Castle Garden [man in foreground].

Siege battery.

The seige battery, West Point N Y.

Jasper Monument, S. Battery.

South Battery, from Meeting Street, Charleston, S.C.

South Battery St., Charleston, S.C.

South Battery.

East Battery.

View from the Battery, New York [aerial view of grounds].

South Battery, looking west, Charleston.

Famous Battery Park with some of New York's tall buildings.

South Battery.

East Battery, looking south, Charleston, S.C.

View from the Battery, N.Y.

[The Battery, Charleston, S.C.]

Bathing house and Battery, Charleston, S.C.

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