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John Alsop member of the Continental Congress

Jacob Read, Member of the Continental Congress

George Washington, Esqr. General and Commander in Chief of the Continental Army in America.

George Washington, Esqr. General and Commander in Chief of the Continental Army in America.

William Duer member of the Continental Congress

To the Hone. Ino. Hancock Esqre. president of ye Continental Congress, this map of the seat of Civil War in America...

Woodbury Langdon, member of the Continental Congress.

Samuel Livermore, member of the Continental Congress

Col. John Laurance Member of the Continental Congress

Document appointing Alexander Hamilton as Receiver of Continental Taxes in the State of New York

Document appointing Alexander Hamilton as Receiver of Continental Taxes in the State of New York

Document appointing Alexander Hamilton as Receiver of Continental Taxes in the State of New York

Document appointing Alexander Hamilton as Receiver of Continental Taxes in the State of New York

John Alsop, member of the Continental Congress.

Stephen Higginson member of the Continental Congress

Leonard Gansevoort member of the Continental Congress

Jesse Root, member of the Continental Congress.

Nathan Dane member of the Continental Congress

Abner Nash member of the Continental Congress

John Lansing Jr., member of the Continental Congress.

Eliphalet Dyer, member of Continental Congress.

Charles Thomson secretary of the Continental Congress

Abraham Yates, jun. member of the Continental Congress.

Merewether Smith member of the Continental Congress

Col. John Laurance member of the Continental Congress.

Pierpont Edwards, member of the Continental Congress.

Walter Livingston member of the Continental Congress.

Lieut. Col. Uriah Forrest member of the Continental Congress

Stephen Mix Mitchell, member of the Continental Congress.

Leonard Gansevoort, member of the Continental Congress.

Ezra L'Hommedieu, member of the Continental Congress.

Jas. Schureman member Continental Congress form N.J.

Joseph Trumbull, member of the Continental Congress.

Stephen Mix Mitchell member of the Continental Congress

M. Gerard the French Minister, introduced to the Continental Congress, 1778

James Searle, member of the Continental Congress.

Andrew Allen, member of the Continental Congress.

William Henry, member of the Continental Congress.

Henry Wynkoop, member of the Continental Congress.

William Bingham, member of the Continental Congress.

John Armstrong, member of the Continental Congress, Secretary of War, 1813-1814.

Cadwalader Morris, member of the Continental Congress.

Col. Charles Petit, member of the Continental Congress.

Henry Middleton, 2nd president of the Continental Congess.

Gen. Allen Jones, member of the Continental Congress.

Benjamin Hawkins, member of the Continental Congress.

Samuel Johnston, member of the Continental Congress.

Col. Robert Burton, member of the Continental Congress.

Lieut. Col. John Baptist Ashe, member of the Continental Congress.

Cyrus Griffin, president of the Continental Congress.

Abner Nash, member of the Continental Congress.

An enlarged fac-simile of the seal of the president of the Continental Congress as used by Thomas Mifflin in 1784.

Isaac Motte, member of the Continental Congress.

Richard Hutson, member of the Continental Congress.

Ralph Izard, member of the Continental Congress.

Robert Barnwell, member of the Continental Congress.

John Kean, member of the Continental Congress.

Henry Laurens, Esq., President of Continental Congress.

Jacob Read, member of the Continental Congress.

John Beatty, M.D., member of the Continental Congress.

Thomas Tudor Tucker, member of the Continental Congress.

Daniel Huger, member of the Continental Congress.

Francis Kinloch, member of the Continental Congress.

Henry Middleton, president of the Continental Congress.

[James] Schuremen, member of the Continental Congress, N.J.

Nicholas Eveleigh, member of the Continental Congress.

Col. Charles Stewart, member of the Continental Congress.

John Lewis Gervais, member of the Continental Congress.

Continental Hotel

Maj. John Patten, member of the Continental Congress.

Brig.-Gen. Philemon Dickinson, member of the Continental Congress.

Gunning Bedford, sen., member of the Continental Congress.

Eleazer McComb, member of the Continental Congress.

Various places of meeting of the Continental Congress.

Continental mills, Lewiston, Maine.

Continental Hotel, Philadelphia.

Old Belfry from which the Continental soldiers were warned of the advance of the British, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

Continental Hotel, Philadelphia.

Continental Mills, Lewiston, Me.

Continental mills, Lewiston, Maine.

Continental Mills, Lewiston, Me.

Continental Mills, Lewiston, Me.

Continental mills, Lewiston, Maine.

Continental mills, Lewiston, Maine.

Continental Hotel.

Old Belfry from which the Continental soldiers were warned of the advance of the British, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

Continental Hall, Phila., Pa.

Continental Mills, Lewiston, Me.

Continental Hotel, Philadelphia.

Continental Hall, Phila., Pa.

Continental Hotel, Philadelphia.

Continental Hotel.

Continental Mills, Lewiston, Me.

Continental Mills, Lewiston, Me.

The Continental Hotel, Chestnut Street, Philad'a, at the time of the visit of the Japanese Embassy.

The Continental Hotel, Chestnut Street, Philad'a, at the time of the visit of the Japanese Embassy.

Marietta Ravel galop: as danced by Mademoiselle Ravel in The black crook at the Continental Theatre, Boston. Composed by A. Jannotta

Continental Hotel. (March, 1868)

Continental Hotel. (March, 1868)

Charles Thomson, secretary of the Continental Congress.

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