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A portraiture of the city of Philadelphia in the province of Pennsylvania in America.

An east prospect of the city of Philadelphia.

An east prospect of the city of Philadelphia

The Paxton expedition, inscribed to the author of the farce.

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

A view of the House of Employment, Alms-House, Pennsylvania Hospital, and part of the city of Philadelphia.

A chart of Delaware Bay and River : containing a full & exact description of the shores, creeks, harbours, soundings, shoals, sands, and bearings of the most considerable land marks, from the capes to Philadelphia

A chart of Delaware Bay and River : containing a full and exact description of the shores, creeks, harbours, soundings, shoals, sands, and bearings of the most considerable land marks, from the capes to Philadelphia

A chart of Delaware Bay and River : containing a full and exact description of the shores, creeks, harbours, soundings, shoals, sands, and bearings of the most considerable land marks, from the capes to Philadelphia

An east perspective view of the city of Philadelphia, in the province of Pensylvania, in North America; taken from the Jersey shore

George Clymer late Vice President of the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture

The Archibald McCall House: built 1762-63: N.E. Corner Second and Unions St's. Phila.

Residence of Dr. Wm. Shippen Jr. 1810, NO. 10 Prune St.

The Lardner Mansion, near Tacony, above Philadelphia

View of several public buildings in Philadelphia.

Table of post-offices in the United States, with the distance from the post office at Philadelphia to every other post office here mentioned.

The plan of the city of Philadelphia and it's environs (shewing the improved parts,)....

View in Third Street, from Spruce Street, in Philadelphia.

State-House with a view of Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

An unfinished house, in Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

High Street, from Ninth Street, Philadelphia.

Library and Surgeons Hall, in Fifth Street Philadelphia.

Arch Street, with the Second Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia.

Arch Street Ferry, Philadelphia.

High Street Market, Philadelphia.

New Lutheran Church, in Fourth Street, Philadelphia.

Back of the state house, Philadelphia.

Second Street north from Market St. wth. Christ Church, Philadelphia.

Back of the State House, Philadelphia.

Congress Hall and New Theatre, in Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Christ Church, Philada.

Back of the State House, Philadelphia.

Old Lutheran Church, in Fifth Street Philadelphia.

Philadelphia, from the great tree at Kensington, under which Penn made his great treaty with the Indians.

The city of Philadelphia in the state of Pennsylvania North America.

To the citizens of Philadelphia this new plan of the city and its environs....

A new and accurate chart (from Captain Holland's surveys) of the North American Coast, for the navigation between Philadelphia and Florida respectfully inscribed to His Excellency Thomas Jefferson, president of the United States of North America

Philadelphia Bank in Fourth Street Philadelphia.

A new chart of the coast of America from Philadelphia to Halifax Harbor

A new chart of the coast of America from Philadelphia to Halifax Harbor

A new chart of the coast of America from Philadelphia to Halifax Harbor

A new chart of the coast of America from Philadelphia to Halifax Harbor

A new chart of the coast of America from Philadelphia to Halifax Harbor

George Clymer, late vice president of the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture.

[The Pennsylvania Hospital.]

High Street, with the First Presbyterian Church.

Hall of the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia.

Upper Ferry Bridge, and Fair Mount Water Works, Philadelphia.

An unfinished house, in Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, built for the late Robert Morris Esqr.

Philadelphia

121. The Carolina Tit (Patus carolinensis). 122. The Mourning Warbler (Trichas philadelphia). 123. The Yellow-throat (Trichas marilandica).

University of Pennsylvania. Pl. 15.

Vue du port de Philadelphie.

Philadelphia.

Philadelphia : State House.

State house.

Philadelphia

Descent near Philadelphia

A chart of the coast of America : from New York and Philadelphia to the Strait or Gulf of Florida, and from thence to the Mississippi

East view of Philadelphia, Pennsylva. and part of Camden New Jersey.

Independence Chamber.

Lincoln monument, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Philadelphia. Frigate Constitution.

Rear of Independence Hall. (With two boys on tricycles.)

Eldridge Park, Philadelphia [i.e., Elmira].

Washington monument, front of Independence Hall, Phila.

Fred'k Craiff's [Graff's] at Fairmount, Philadelphia.

Independence Chamber.

M.E. Church and Masonic Temple.

Point lookout, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

In the New Park, Phila.

Wire bridge at Fairmount (Instantenous).

Old Liberty Bell,1776.

[Fairmount Falls.]

Schuylkill Falls.

Farmers' Market, Philadelphia.

On the Wissahickon, near Philadelphia.

Independence Chamber.

Iron Spring, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Fairmount Park.

Lemon Hill Mansion.

Stairway, Independence Hall.

Philadelphia, from Independence Hall.

Spring at Laurel Hill, Philadelphia.

Mr. Caleb Cope's [house], Philadelphia.

Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

George's Hill, Fairmount Park.

Masonic Temple, Philadelphia.

Fairmount Park. Carriage road to Lemon Hill.

Interior of Independence Hall, Philadelphia.

The River Schuylkill. Poet's Haunt, near Philadelphia.

Falls Bridge, Fairmount Park.

Fairmount Falls.

Lovers Retreat, Fairmount Park.

Soldier's home "mustered out," Philadelphia.

Stereoscopic views of Wissahickon Creek, Philadelphia.

Steamboat landing Laurel Hill Cemetery on the Schuylkill River near Philadelphia.

Interior of Independence Hall, Phila.

Independence Chamber.

Washington statue, Independence Hall, Philad'a.

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