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A new mapp of CAROLINA ; A large draught of Ashly and Coopers River.

The ichnography of Charles-town. At high water. A sketch of the harbour.

To his excellency James Glen Esq. ... this prospect of Charles Town is most humbly inscrib'd ....

An exact prospect of Charlestown, the metropolis of the province of South Carolina

[City of Charleston S. Carolina looking across Cooper's River]

Charlestown, South Carolina

St. Phillip's Church Charleston S.C.

Charlestown, South Carolina

View in Charleston, South Carolina, showing St. Michael's Church

Haddrils Point near Charleston S.C.

[Prospect of Charles Town.]

A view of Charles Town the Capital of South Carolina

Siege of Charleston

A view of Charles-Town, the capital of South Carolina

An exact prospect of Charles Town, the metropolis of the province of South Carolina

A glimpse of Charleston and bay from the tower of St. Michael's Church

A NW view of Charlestown from on board the Bristol...the day before the attack upon Fort Sullivan.

Charles Town, form the south shore of Ashley River

A view of Charles Town the Capital of South Carolina

Charleston S.C. in 1780

An exact prospect of Charlestown, the metropolis of the province of South Carolina

[Prospect of Charles-Town.]

Siege of Charleston

A View of Charles-Town, the Capital of South Carolina

[Charles Town, South Carolina.]

A view of Charles-Town, the capital of South Carolina

A view of Charles Town the Capital of South Carolina in North American

Siege of Charleston

Charles Town from the south Shore of Ashley River

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

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

Charleston, South Carolina.

The city of Charleston, So. Carolina.

City of Charleston S Carolina looking across Cooper's River.

Charleston, S.C.

Charleston, S.C.

Post Office, from East Bay.

East Batterty St., Charleston, S.C.

Magnolia Cemetery. Chapel.

South Battery St., Charleston, S.C.

[Group portrait of two men and three women taken in the garden.]

[South Battery.]

Angle of East Battery, Charleston, S.C.

Bird's-eye view from Orphan House.

Fairy-land, Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C.

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

Fort Sumpter [Sumter], Charleston Harbor.

Large oak, 700 years old, Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C.

Live oaks in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C.

The Battery, Charleston, S.C.

Where the Civil War began - Fort Sumter and distant main land in right, Charleston, S.C.

Charleston.

[South Battery.]

Interior Custom house.

South Battery St., Charleston, S.C.

St. Michaels, from south.

St. Michael's Church.

Magnolia Cemetery. The lake.

Ruins of the Cathedral, Charleston, S.C.

The Roper Hospital, Charleston, S.C.

Fort Moultrie.

Charleston Hotel.

Ruins of Fort Sumter, Charleston, S.C.

St. Michael's Church, Charleston, S.C.

St. Michael's Church, Charleston, S.C.

North from St. Michael's.

Panoramic view of Charleston, from the spire of St. Michael's Church (looking north).

View of Fort Sumter, Charleston, S.C., from the east.

Lake, Magnolia Cemetery.

Primitive market team.

Large oak, 700 years old, Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C.

Fort Sumpter [Sumter], sea face, looking north.

South Battery, looking west, Charleston.

Panoramic view of Charleston, from the spire of St. Michael's Church (looking north).

Fairyland, Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C.

Interior Fort Moultrie [?], 1869.

Charleston.

St. Michael's Church.

Charleston.

The Battery, Charleston, S.C.

Bird's-eye from St. Michael's, n.-e.

North from St. Michael's.

The Battery, Charleston, S.C.

Large oak, 700 years old, Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C.

Angle of East Battery, Charleston, S.C.

The Battery, Charleston, S.C.

Magnolia Cemetery, chapel.

Roper Hospital, Charleston, S.C., where the Federal wounded were confined.

Large oak, 700 years old, Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C.

St. Michaels, from south.

Large oak, 700 years old, Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C.

Magnolia Cemetery. [Lake]

Charleston, S.C., from St. Michael's Church.

The palmetto tree, Charleston, S.C.

Magnolia Cemetery. Oak and moss.

Palmetto tree.

Fort Sumpter [Sumter], Charleston Harbor.

Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C.

Magnolia, Charleston, S.C.

Panorama of Charleston, S.C.

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