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St. James Major

68 CE: James (or Jacob), an Idumaean officer, makes a secret pact to surrender to Simon son of Gioras.

Hamilton, James. Signature

Hamilton, James. Signature

His royall highness James Duke of York & Albany &c.

[James Duke of York?.]

James the Second, King of England, Scotlan, France and Ireland &c.

James the Second

King James the IId

The high and mightie Prince James by the grace of God King of England, Scotland, Fraunce and Ireland, defendor of the faith.

The high and mightie prince James by the grace of God king of England, Scotland, Fraunce and Ireland defendor of the faith.

Nicolls, Richard. Fort James

Nicolls, Richard. Fort James

James II. To mon cousin le Duc de Bournonville

James II. To mon cousin le Duc de Bournonville

The history of the coronation of ... James II ... King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, and of ... Queen Mary ... in ... Westminster ... the 23 of April ... 1685 ... [Title page]

The inthronization of their Majesties King James the second and Queen Mary.

To the Right Hon.ble. JAMES EARLE of PERTH lord chancellor of the kingdom of SCOTLAND

A prospect of James Fort on the Island of St. HELLENA

Anne I. St. James. To Sidney Godolphin

Anne I. St. James. To Sidney Godolphin

Alexander, James. To Thomas Byerly

Stanhope, James

Alexander, James. To Thomas Byerly

Stanhope, James

Alexander, James. To Thomas Byerly

Alexander, James. To Thomas Byerly

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

To his excellency James Glen Esq. ... this prospect of Charles Town is most humbly inscrib'd ....

Robertson, James. To [General Riedesel]

Robertson, James. To [General Riedesel]

James I, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, defender of the faith.

Brig. Gen. James Mitchell Varnum

Major Gen. James Grant Colonel of the 55th Foot

James Hamilton, governor of Pennsylvania.

James the First, king of Great Britain.

Hardy, Sir Charles. Hudson River 8 miles from Albany. To James Alexander and members of His Majesty's Council at New York

Alexander, James. New York. To John Laurence

Alexander, James. New York. To John Laurence

Alexander, James. New York. To John Laurence

Alexander, James. New York. To John Laurence

Hardy, Sir Charles. Hudson River 8 miles from Albany. To James Alexander and members of His Majesty's Council at New York

Jackson, James

Jackson, James

De Lancey, James. New York

De Lancey, James. New York

De Lancey, James. New York. To Sir William Johnson

De Lancey, James. New York. To Sir William Johnson

De Lancey, James. New York. To Sir William Johnson

De Lancey, James. New York. To Sir William Johnson

James Wolf Esq....

James Wolfe, Commander in Chief of his Majesty's forces on the expedition against Quebec.

James Beekman

Gen. James Clinton

[James McEvers.]

James Rivington

Gen. James Clinton

George III. St. James Court. To Councillor Henry Fox, Esq

George III. St. James Court. To Councillor Henry Fox, Esq

Cresset, James

Cresset, James

George III. St. James Court. To Councillor Henry Fox, Esq

George III. St. James Court. To Councillor Henry Fox, Esq

George III. St. James Court. To Councillor Henry Fox, Esq

Cresset, James. Comptroller's Office. To Your Lordships

Cresset, James. Comptroller's Office. To Your Lordships

George III. St. James Court. To Councillor Henry Fox, Esq

Abercromby, James

George III. St. James Court. To Councillor Henry Lord Holland

George III. St. James Court. To Councillor Henry Lord Holland

George III. St. James Court. To Councillor Henry Holland

George III. St. James Court. To Councillor Henry Holland

Abercromby, James

James McEvers, stamp agent for New York.

George III. St. James Court. To Councillor Charles Townshend

George III. St. James Court. To Councillor Charles Townshend