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The Virginia Company chart

The Virginia Company chart

South Sea Company. Dupplin

South Sea Company. Dupplin

South Sea Company. Gabriel Lopez

South Sea Company. Gabriel Lopez

South Sea Company. De Loraine

South Sea Company. De Loraine

South Sea Company. George Pitt

South Sea Company. George Pitt

A new & exact map of the coast, countries and islands within ye limits of ye South Sea Company, from ye River Aranoca to Terra del Fuego, and from thence through ye South Sea, to ye north part of California &c. with a view of the general and coasting Trade-winds, and perticular draughts of the most important bays, ports &c. ...

The Company of Undertakers

The Company of Undertakers

The Company of Undertakers

[First voyages of the Portugueze to the East Indies, 1418-1546. First voyages of the English to Guinea, and the East Indies, 1552-1598. First voyages of the English to the East Indies, set forth by the company of merchants, 1600-1620. Voyages to Africa and the islands adjacent, 1455-1721; Volume I; Title page.]

Certificate of the Hand-In-Hand Fire Company, New York.

Instructions for the inlisting of Men. [Followed by a blank commission, dated June. 1775, to raise a company of seventy-two men, with the assurance of an appoitment as officer therein.]

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Letter to the President of the New York State Marine Insurance Company of New York

Letter to the President and Directors of the Hoboken Manufacturing and Banking Company

Letter to the gentlemen of the Ohio Company at Cameron in the County of Fairfax

Letter to the gentlemen of the Ohio Company at Cameron in the County of Fairfax

Parker, Sir Peter. Portman Square. To Lloyd and Company

Parker, Sir Peter. Portman Square. To Lloyd and Company

Act for the gradual Abolition of Slavery from the General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the state of Rhode Island, February 1784.

The deed of settlement of the Mutual Assurance Company, for insuring houses from loss by fire in New York.

Letter from Mark Pragers and Company

Letter from Mark Pragers and Company

Map of Morris's Purchase or West Geneseo in the state of New York : exhibiting part of the Lakes Erie and Ontario, the Straights of Niagara, Chautauque Lake, and all the principal waters, the boundary lines of the several tracts of land purchased by the Holland Land Company, William and John Willink, and others, boundary lines of townships, boundary lines of New York and Indian reservations, laid down from actual survey, also a sketch of part of Upper Canada

The Century Company

The Century Company

The Century Company

The Century Company

The Century Company

The Century Company

The Century Company

The Century Company

Grand Canal Celebration. Hook and Ladder Company.

Clinton Fire Company No. 41.

Phenix Fire Company, No. 22.

Eagle Company No. 13.

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