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The brave old Hendrick, the great Sachem or chief of the Mohawk Indians, one of the six nations now in alliance with, and subject to the king of Great Britain.

Cyrus Griffin President of the Continental Congress

The Honble. William Shirley Esqr.

B. Wentworth, gov. of New Hampshire from 1741 to 1767.

James Hamilton, governor of Pennsylvania.

Horatio Sharpe, governor of Maryland.

City Hall, Albany.

Albany, from Van-Unsselaens [Van Rensselaer's] Island.

Southwest view of Fort George with the City of New York.

J. Belcher, governor of New Jersey.

Fort Frederick.

Fort Frederick (plan).

Schuyler coat of arms, 1656.

A south view of Oswego, on Lake Ontario, in North America.

Sir William Johnson, major general of the English forces in America.

His excellency Arthur Dobbs esq., captain general, governour in chief and vice admiral of the Provence of North Carolina in America.

His royal highness George prince of Wales etc.

Etow Oh Koam, King of the River Nation.

On l'a vu desarmer les tirans et les dieux.

[Wampum.]

Col. Peter Schuyler.

George III, king of Great Britain, France and Ireland etc.

A north view of Fort Frederic or Crown Point.

Robert Dinwiddie, governor of Virginia.

Fort Duquesne.

A view of the S.W. shore of Cape Breton Island, from St. Peter's Bay eastward.

[Old courthouse.]

Sr. William Johnson, bart. major general of the English forces in North America.

A north view of Fort Johnson drawn on the spot by Mr. Guy Johnson, Sir Wm. Johnson's son.

Wm. Livingston, governor of New Jersey.

[Wm. Alexander.]

State Street looking east from Lodge to Broadway.

George II.

Tee Yee Neen Ho Ga Row, emperor of the Six Nations.

A view on the Mohawk River.

Henri VII.

Sebastien Cabot explaining his discoveries to Henry VII.

Vespuccius.

Sebastian Cabot.

James the First, king of Great Britain.

A view of Niagara Fort, taken by Sir William Johnson, on the 25th of July 1759, drawn on the spot in 1758.

A view of the entrance of St. John's Newfoundland.

Louis XV, roi de France.

Ho Nee Yeath Taw No Row, King of the Generethgarich.

Cunne Shote, the Indian chief, a great warrior of the Cherokee Nation.

Benjamin Franklin.

Thomas Pownall Esqr., member of Parliament, late Governor Captain General and Commander in Chief, and Vice Admiral of his Majesty's Provinces Massachusetts Bay and South Carolina, and Lieut. Governor of New Jersey.

Sr. William Johnson bart., major general of the English forces in North America.

William Smith, 1697-1769, Justice of the Supreme Court of the Province of New York.

Hutchinson, 18th governor of Massachusetts.

Stephen Hopkins, signer of the Declaration of Independence.

John Penn, colonial governor of Pa.

Rev. Richard Peters.

Isaac Norris, delegate to the Albany Convention of 1754.

[Benjamin Franklin.]

New York.

The City Hall in Wall Street, before the Revolution

George Wyllys, 1710-1796, Secy of Conn. 1734-1795.

Major General Charles Cotesworth Pinckney.

H. Laurens.

William Henry Drayton.

George the Third, king of Great Britain, etc. etc. etc.

House of Lords.

House of Commons, as it appeared in 1741/2.

His most gracious majesty king George the Third.

Her most gracious majesty Queen Charlotte.

The royal family of George III : George, prince of Wales, Frederick, duke of York, W. Henry, duke of Clarence, Prince Edward.

Lieut. Gov. Cadwallader Colden.

The right noble Charles marquis of Rockingham [...]

The Honble. Henry Seymour Conway.

J. Otis.

Last residence of James Otis, Andover, Massachusetts.

Metcalf Bowler, Cong. 1765.

The residence of Metcalf Bowler, near Newport, R.I., as standing, 1886.

The Vernon house, Newport, R.I., headquarters of Rochambeau.

Eliphalet Dyer, member of the Continental Congress.

William Samuel Johnson, LL.D., third president of Columbia College, 1787-1800.

William Samuel Johnson.

Robert R. Livingston, Sen'r., member of the Stamp Congress.

Philip Livingston.

The Brooklyn house of Philip Livingston, the signer.

Monument to Philip Livingston.

John Cruger.

Country residence of Leon. Lispenard, Lispenard Meadows (near Canal St.).

J. Dickenson.

Res. of John Morton, Delaware Co., Pa.

Thomas McKean.

Duche's house, res. of Gov. Thomas McKean, S. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Caesar Rodney.

Edward Tilghman, member of the Congress of 1765.

Chris Gadsden.

John Rutledge.

Andrew Oliver of Mass., stamp agent.

J. Ingersol, stamp agent for Conn.

James McEvers, stamp agent for New York.

The repeal, or The funeral procession of Miss Americ-Stamp.

Carpenter's Hall, Phil.

Carpenter's Hall ; Congress Hall.

James Bowdoin, Governor of Massachusetts 1785 to 1787.

Major General John Sullivan, a distinguished officer in the Continential Army.

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