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Public Library, Front View, Boston, Mass.

Fishing Schooners at T Wharf, Boston, Mass.

Miniature of mass for the dead. Full border decoration, initial, rubric.

Te igitur, historiated initial, Priest at altar

Te igitur, historiated initial, Priest at altar

Miniature of mass for the dead? Large initial, border decoration.

Explicit of the mass for the dead.

Miniature of mass for the dead.

St. John and the snaky chalice; John consecrating the host at the celebration of mass; and John rising from a tomb full of manna.

Miniature of mass with Christ and instruments of crucifixion. Border design.

Priests celebrating a mass f. 273

Mass according to the Orthodox rite f. 276

Andrew Oliver of Mass., stamp agent.

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.

Letter to Andrew Craigie, Cambridge [Mass.]

Letter to Rev. Stephen Williams, [Longmeadow, Mass.]

Letter to Rev. Stephen Williams, Longmeadow [Mass.]

Letter to Dr. [William] Gordon [Roxbury, Mass.]

Letter to [Samuel] Holten [Danvers, Mass.?]

Letter to Samuel B. Gerry, Marblehead, Mass

Letter to Ephraim Williams [Stockbridge, Mass.]

Letter to Samuel Leonard, Taunton [Mass.]

Letter to Col. Patridge [Samuel Partridge], Hatfield [Mass.]

Letter to Col. Patridge [Samuel Partridge], Hatfield [Mass.]

Letter to Joseph E. Sprague, Salem [Mass.]

Letter to [Simon Bradstreet, Gov. of Mass.?]

Letter to E[lias] H[asket] Derby, [Salem, Mass.]

Letter to George Washington, Cambridge, Mass.

Letter to Samuel Holten [Danvers, Mass.]

Letter to Jedediah Elderkin, Windham [Mass.]

Letter to William Gordon, Roxbury [Mass.]

Letter to Elias H[asket] Derby, Salem [Mass.]

Letter to Andrew Craigie, Cambridge [Mass.]

Letter to Rev. Stephen Williams, Longmeadow [Mass.]

Letter to Elias H[asket] Derby, Salem [Mass.]

Letter to William Gordon, Roxbury [Mass.]

Letter to Samuel Holton, Danverse, Mass.

Letter to George Cabot, Beverly [Mass.]

Letter to Moses Bliss, Attorney at law, Springfield [Mass.]

Letter to George Washington, Cambridge, Mass.

Letter to Samuel B. Gerry, Marblehead, Mass

Letter to Samuel Holton, Danverse, Mass.

Letter to E[lias] H[asket] Derby, [Salem, Mass.]

Letter to Andrew Craigie, Cambridge [Mass.]

Letter to Artemas Ward [Shrewsbury, Mass.]

Letter to Capt. Phineas Lovett, Mendon [Mass.]

Letter to John Stoddard. Jacob Wendell, Samuel Welles, and Thomas Hutchinson [Boston, Mass.]

Letter to Timothy Dwight, Northampton, Mass

Letter to Jedediah Elderkin, Windham [Mass.]

Letter to [George Washington, Cambridge, Mass.]

Letter to General Washington [Cambridge, Mass.]

Letter to Samuel Leonard, Taunton [Mass.]

Letter to [Thomas A. Greene, New Bedford, Mass.?]

Letter to [Thomas A. Greene, New Bedford, Mass.?]

Letter to John Stoddard. Jacob Wendell, Samuel Welles, and Thomas Hutchinson [Boston, Mass.]

Letter to Samuel B. Gerry, Marblehead, Mass

Letter to [George Washington, Cambridge, Mass.]

Letter to George Cabot, Beverly [Mass.]

Letter to Ephraim Williams [Stockbridge, Mass.]

Theodore Sedgwick L.L.D., Judge of Supreme Court, Mass.

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.

Amherst College, Mass.

View of Lowell, Mass.

View of the town of Gloucester, Mass.

View of Worchester, Mass. Taken from Union Hill.

A priest vested for mass; A deacon vested.

Priest in a cape; An archbishop vested for mass.

A damsel going to early mass.

A damsel going to early mass.

View of Salem, Mass. ; View of Lynn Mass. ; View of Beverly, Mass. ; View of Danvers, Mass.

The birthplaces of John and John Quincy Adams, Quincy, Ms. [Mass.] (senior on the right, junior on the left)

View of the battle ground at Concord, Mass.

View of Haverhill, Mass, from Silver Hill, Nov. 1850.

Salem, Mass.

Statue of Benj. Franklin. Boston, Mass.

Williamstown, Mass. As seen from Stone Hill.

Natural History building, Boston, Mass.

City Hall, Charlestown, Mass.

Longfellow residence (Washington's headquarters 1773) Cambridge, Mass.

Washington elm, Cambridge, Mass.

View from the arsenal, Springfield, Mass.

Washington elm, Cambridge, Mass.

Main Street, Andover, Mass.

View at Winchendon, Mass.

View in the quarries, Rockport, Mass.

Interior view, Pilgrim Hall, Plymouth, Mass.

View in Mr. Hunnewell's grounds, Wellesley, Mass.

View in the quarries, Rockport, Mass.

View in the quarries, Rockport, Mass.

From Union Street bridge, Lawrence, Mass.

View of the Court House, Lowell, Mass.

Scene at Pawtucket Falls, Lowell, Mass.

View on the beach Fairhaven, Mass.

The woods to right from which 2d Mass. and 27th Indiana charged on the morning of July 3d, 1863.

Washington elm, Cambridge, Mass.

Washington elm, Cambridge, Mass.

Avenue, Hunnewell's French Garden, Wellesley, Mass.

Commons, Greenfield, Mass., Mansion House at extreme right.

Old Witch House, Salem, Mass.

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