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Pas-kaart vande zee kusten van Niew Nederland anders genaamt Niew York....

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

A prospective plan on the battle fought near Lake George on the 8th of September, 1755....

View of St. Anthony's Nose, on the North River. Province of New York

View of the Hudson from Flat Rock, Fort Lee, with New York City in the distance.

A view in Hudson's River of the entrance of what is called the Topan Sea

A view in Hudson's River of the entrance of what is called the Topan Sea.

A view in Hudson's River of Pakepsey & the Catts-Kill mountains. From Sopos Island in Hudson's River

Cours de la rivière d'Hudson et la cõmunication avec le Canada par le Lac Champlain jusqu'au Fort Chambly.

A sketch of the operations of His Majesty's fleet and army : under the command of Vice Admiral the Rt. Hble. Lord Viscount Howe and Genl. Sr. Wm. Howe, K.B., in 1776.

View of St. Anthony's Nose, on the North River Province of New York.

The figurative map of Cornelis Hendricks

Hudsons River from Chambers Creek looking thro' the high lands.

Vue de l'Hudson à West-Point avec le bateau inventé par Fulton.

Rapids above Hadleys Falls.

View near Sandy Hill.

Newburg.

View near Hudson.

View near Jessups Landing.

Fort Edward.

New York, from Governors Island.

View from Fishkill looking to West Point.

View near Fishkill.

Troy from Mount Ida.

View near Fort Miller.

West Point.

Hudson.

Hadley's Falls.

Palisades.

The junction of the Sacandaga and Hudson Rivers.

Glenns Falls.

View near Fort Montgomery.

Little Falls at Luzerne.

Baker's Falls.

Palisades.

Western view of Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

Canal boats on the North River, New York.

North Battery, foot of Hubert St., New York.

The Palisades, Hudson River.

View of Albany, from Greenbush.

Indian Brook in the residence of Captain Philips.

Tarry Town, whose Major Andre was captured.

Carte pour servir a l'iteneraire pittoresque de Fleuve de Hudson

Falls in the Genesee Rivers.

Spot where General Burgoyne surrendered to General Gates.

Town of Hudson

Town of Hudson.

Haverstraw or Warren Landing

Machine for the portage on the Susquehanna.

View of the natural Bridge.

Lower Falls near the residence of Mr. Montgomery.

West Point at the Moment of Exercise

Falls on the Flint River.

Albany - Capital of the State of New York

North view of Providence.

Hudson Fall at village of Gleens

View in Albany House of the First Dutch Governors

Danbucket Falls.

Road and Bridge over the Mohawk

View of Boston and the south Boston Bridge.

Passaic Falls.

Sing-Sing or Mount Pleasant

White Hall, Lake Champlain

Military post, Sacketts Harbor.

View of the Hudson and the Catskill Mountains

Lake George and the village of Caldwell

Mills on the Black River.

Bridge on the Hudson River near Luzerne

Saratoga Springs.

View of New York from taken from Weahawk

Saw Mill at the village of Gleens

Rapids on the Hudson at Adley's

Horse Shoe of Niagara from the Canada side.

Falls of Cohoes, of the River Mohawk

View on the Passaic River.

Canada Creek Falls.

Saw Mill near Luzerne, source of the Hudson.

General View of the Military School West Point

General view of Niagara from the Canada side.

Therasa Falls, Indian River.

Extremity of Adley's Falls

Falls near Schooley's Springs.

Commencement of the Falls of Canada Creek.

Deer Creek Falls.

Pierpont's Distillery on Long Island

Foundery on Jone's Creek near Baltimore.

General view of the Hudson at Adley's

Water works on the Schuylkill River.

Niagara Falls from the American side.

Jessup's Landing

Commencement of Lower Falls.

Course of the Hudson and the Mills near Sandy Hill

Falls of the Hudson at Sandy Hill

Schooley's Springs.

Falls of Mount Ida, above the town of Troy

Interior of New York, Provost Street and Chapel

A new map of the Hudson River : the post roads between N. York & Albany, the northern and western canals, &c., &c.

Washington Institute and City Reservoir ; Hudson River from Hoboken.

View of New York, from Jersey City.

West Point, from Phillipstown.

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