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Gentlemen of the privy chamber, in number twenty seven; Judges, in number 9; the Lord chief justice of the Kings bench; the Lord chief Baron of the exchequer.

The Queens vice chamberlain; two gentlemen ushers; the Queens lord chamberlain; the queens ivory rod, borne by the Earl of Dorset; the Queens scepter with the cross, borne by the Earl of Rutland; the Queens Crown, borne by the Duke of Beaufort.

The choir of Westminster in number 16; the groom of the vestry; the organ blower; two sackbuts, and double courtal; gentlemen of the Chapel Royal, in number 32.

The Queens Majestic; the Bishop of London; the Bishop of Winchester; the Dutchess of Norfork; four earls daughters; sixteen barons of the Qnaue ports; a lady of the Bed chamber; two of her majesties women; gentlemen pensioners.

The orb, borne by the Duke of Someset; the crown, borne by the Duke of Ormond; the scepter with the dove, borne by the Duke of Albemarle;...gentlemen pensioners.

Morton, John. [Chester Co., Pennsylvania] To Gentlemen

Morton, John. [Chester Co., Pennsylvania] To Gentlemen

Habits of English gentlemen in the years 1735 (a) 1745 (b) 1755 (c). Habillement des gentilshommes Anglois en 1735 etc.

Grown gentlemen taught to dance: engraved after an original picture of Mr. John Collett, in the possession of Mr. Bradford

Grown gentlemen taught to dance: engraved after an original picture of Mr. John Collett, in the possession of Mr. Smith

Thomas, Jno. Roxbury. To Gentlemen

Thomas, Jno. Roxbury. To Gentlemen

Deane, Silas. Paris. To Gentlemen

Letter to the Gentlemen Auditors of the Army

Letter to the Speaker and Gentlemen [of the Assembly]

Deane, Silas. Paris. To Gentlemen

Deane, Silas. Paris. To Gentlemen

Deane, Silas. Paris. To Gentlemen

Deane, Silas. Paris. To Gentlemen

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

Deane, Silas. Paris. To Gentlemen

Letter to the Speaker and Gentlemen [of the Assembly]

Letter to the Gentlemen Auditors of the Army

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

Letter to "To the Hon'ble the Members of both Houses not in their public Capacity but as some of the principal Gentlemen of the Colony."

A new map of the British colonies in North America : shewing the seat of the present war, taken from the best surveys, compared with and improved from manuscripts of several noblemen and gentlemen

A new map of the British colonies in North America : shewing the seat of the present war, taken from the best surveys, compared with and improved from manuscripts of several noblemen and gentlemen

A new map of the British colonies in North America : shewing the seat of the present war, taken from the best surveys, compared with and improved from manuscripts of several noblemen and gentlemen

A new map of the British colonies in North America : shewing the seat of the present war, taken from the best surveys, compared with and improved from manuscripts of several noblemen and gentlemen

A new map of the British colonies in North America : shewing the seat of the present war, taken from the best surveys, compared with and improved from manuscripts of several noblemen and gentlemen

Sullivan, Jno. Charlestown. To Gentlemen of Senate and Representatives

Sullivan, Jno. Charlestown. To Gentlemen of Senate and Representatives

Sullivan, Jno. Charlestown. To Gentlemen of Senate and Representatives

Sullivan, Jno. Charlestown. To Gentlemen of Senate and Representatives

Floyd, William. To "Gentlemen"

Floyd, William. To "Gentlemen"

Porter, David. Navy Comm. Office. To "Gentlemen"

Porter, David. Navy Comm. Office. To "Gentlemen"

The gentlemen's cottage in the Ramble.

The gentlemen's cottage in the Ramble.

Three gentlemen pose on rustic bench, each holding a walking stick.

Three gentlemen pose on rustic bench, each holding a walking stick.

Stout Gentlemen, Life Cartoons

Theodore Muller Ladies' and Gentlemen's Oyster and Chop House

BREAKFAST & SUPPER MENU [held by] FOGG'S LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S DINING ROOM [at] "98 BARCLAY ST., NEW YORK, NY" (REST;)

Theodore Muller Ladies' and Gentlemen's Oyster and Chop House

Theodore Muller Ladies' and Gentlemen's Oyster and Chop House

Theodore Muller Ladies' and Gentlemen's Oyster and Chop House

BREAKFAST & SUPPER MENU [held by] FOGG'S LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S DINING ROOM [at] "98 BARCLAY ST., NEW YORK, NY" (REST;)

BREAKFAST & SUPPER MENU [held by] FOGG'S LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S DINING ROOM [at] "98 BARCLAY ST., NEW YORK, NY" (REST;)

BREAKFAST & SUPPER MENU [held by] FOGG'S LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S DINING ROOM [at] "98 BARCLAY ST., NEW YORK, NY" (REST;)

LUNCHEON TO GENTLEMEN WHO ACCOMPANIED HIM ON THE FIRST TRAIN THROUGH THE BELMONT TUNNEL UNDER THE EAST RIVER ON OPENING DAY [OF IRT] [held by] AUGUST BELMONT [at] HOTEL BELMONT [NEW YORK] (HOTEL;)

LUNCHEON TO GENTLEMEN WHO ACCOMPANIED HIM ON THE FIRST TRAIN THROUGH THE BELMONT TUNNEL UNDER THE EAST RIVER ON OPENING DAY [OF IRT] [held by] AUGUST BELMONT [at] HOTEL BELMONT [NEW YORK] (HOTEL;)

SUNDAY DINNER [held by] SMITH & MCNELLS [at] "LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S DINING ROOM, NEW YORK, NY [?]" (HOTEL;)

SUNDAY DINNER [held by] SMITH & MCNELLS [at] "LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S DINING ROOM, NEW YORK, NY [?]" (HOTEL;)

SUNDAY DINNER [held by] SMITH & MCNELLS [at] "LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S DINING ROOM, NEW YORK, NY [?]" (HOTEL;)

SUNDAY DINNER [held by] SMITH & MCNELLS [at] "LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S DINING ROOM, NEW YORK, NY [?]" (HOTEL;)

Theodore Muller Ladies' and Gentlemen's Oyster and Chop House

Theodore Muller Ladies' and Gentlemen's Oyster and Chop House

Theodore Muller Ladies' and Gentlemen's Oyster and Chop House

Theodore Muller Ladies' and Gentlemen's Oyster and Chop House

Corner house ; sign at door: "Mr. J. Easy's School for Young Ladies and Gentlemen." Over door, to left : "Wrong Place." People coming out of door, and doorstep : 3 boys at fence. To left: couple hailing stage passing church

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