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The Vernon house, Newport, R.I., headquarters of Rochambeau.

Newport, Rhode Island

Letter to Colonel Thomas Duffs, Newport, New Castle Co

Letter to William Ellery, Newport, R. I

Letter to William Ellery, Newport

Letter to Caleb Greene, Newport

Letter to William Ellery, Newport, R. I

Letter to Caleb Greene, Newport

Letter to Samuel Hopkins, Newport, R. I

Letter to [Benjamin or Christopher Ellery, Newport, R. I.?]

Letter to Samuel Vernon, Newport

Letter to Capt. Godfrey Mallbone, Newport [R. I.]

Letter to Colonel Thomas Duffs, Newport, New Castle Co

Letter to Capt. Godfrey Mallbone, Newport [R. I.]

Letter to William Ellery, Newport, R. I

Letter to William Channing [Newport, R.I.]

Letter to Samuel Hopkins, Newport, R. I

Letter to William Ellery, Newport

Letter to William Channing [Newport, R.I.]

Letter to William Ellery, Newport, R. I

Letter to Samuel Vernon, Newport

Percy, Hugh [Earl] 2nd. Newport, R.I. To Richard Molesworth

Percy, Hugh [Earl] 2nd. Newport, R.I. To Richard Molesworth

Prescott, R. Newport, R.I. To David Thomas

Prescott, R. Newport, R.I. To David Thomas

Newport. To Benjamin Huntington

Newport. To Benjamin Huntington

A south-west view of Newport.

Newport, H.

Newport, H.

Newport, H.

Newport, H.

Newport, H.

Newport, H.

State House, Newport.

Newport Ruin.

Newport Harbour, from the Blue Rocks.

Cincinnati. Covington & Newport. From M't Adam, 1852.

Newport from Brenton's Cove.

Cincinnati, Covington and Newport.

North beach looking north, Newport Yaquina bay.

Memphremagog House and boats.

Memphremagog House, Newport, Vt.

Memphremagog House, Newport, Vt.

Newport from Prospect Hill.

Newport, Vermont, from Farrant's Point.

Clyde River, Newport, and Prospect Hill. From West Derby, Vt.

Memphremagog House, Newport, Vt.

Newport, Magog and Owl's Head.

Newport from Prospect Hill.

Newport, Vt. and lake from Prospect Hill.

Newport from West Derby side.

Memphremagog House.

Farrant's Point, from Prospect Hill, Newport, Vt.

Clyde River, Newport, & Prospect Hill. From West Derby, Vt.

Newport, Vt. and lake from Prospect Hill.

The Newport and Cincinnati bridge (general view -- west).

The Newport and Cincinnati bridge (general view -- west).

Newport and Cincinnati bridge.

Newport & Cincinnati bridge.

Rail Road bridge over the Ohio between Cincinnati and Newport.

The Newport and Cincinnati bridge (general view -- west).

Newport & Cincinnati bridge.

Newport & Cincinnati bridge.

Below Newport.

Below Newport.

Castle Rock.

View near Purgatory, Newport, R.I.

[Coaches, horseback rider and people on the beach and houses in the distance.]

Viewof Cliff Beach.

[Stone House.]

[View of the harbor.]

[View of beach-front homes.]

Scoring for the Race, Newport, R.I.

[Boat House.]

Wind Mill.

Touro Park in winter.

[View of a family sitting on the rocks and viewing the ocean.]

Old Town Newport, R.I., from the Old Church.

Gypsy Maid, owned by J.A. Williams.

[Family posing in front and in the balcony of stone house.]

[Coach on beach, and houses in the distance.]

[Family posing in front and in the balcony of stone house.]

Old Mill at the Glen.

[Stone House.]

[Coach on the beach.]

[Group playing croquet in front of house or boarding house.]

[Family gathering in the front porch.]

Interior of Fort Adams.

[Family prayer meeting.]

Newport sailboat.

The Glen.

Old Stone Mill.

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

View near Purgatory, Newport, R.I.

[View of some beach goers sitting on the rocks.]

[View of a residential neighborhood.]

[Children in a goat cart in front of house.]

Perry Statue.

Old chair of State.

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