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

South east view of the City of New York. 1. New Colledge. 2. Old English Church. 3. City Hall. 4. French Church. 5. North River. 6. Staten Island. 7. The prison. 1768

Engraving of steamboats: James Ramsey's steamboats, 1788; John Fitch's steamboat, 1787; North River or "Clermont," 1807

A plan of the northern part of New Jersey : shewing the positions of the American and British armies after crossing the North River in 1776

A plan of the northern part of New Jersey : shewing the positions of the American and British armies after crossing the North River in 1776

Canal boats on the North River, New York.

Plan of the fleet, on the 4th Nov. 1825 passing the British sloops of war in the North River.

Panoramic view of New York (taken from the North River).

Panoramic view of New York. (Taken from North River.)

Morrison's North River traveller's companion : containing a map of the Hudson or North River, with a description of the adjoining country ... : also a table showing the distances of the principal towns in the United States from each other, the lengths of the principal rail-roads and canals, finished or in progress, in the United States.

Map of wharves and piers on North River from Battery Place to Hammond Street

North River from West Street, New York.

North River, New York Harbor.

North River from West Street, New York.

Pier No. 2, North River, New York.

Pier No. 2, North River, New York.

North River.

North River, New York Harbor.

North River.

Russian frigate, government transport, and schooner, North River.

Russian frigate, government transport, and schooner, North River.

The Rapelyea estate (property of Mrs. Carns), called the White Cottage, foot of 35th St., North River.

Page 1: [Bounded by W. 19th Street, Seventh Avenue, Greenwich Lane or Great-Kill Road and North River.]

Page 21: [Bounded by W. 156th Street, (Hamilton Heights) Ninth Avenue, W. 136th Street and North River.]

New York in 1776 (from the North River).

Jersey City Ferry, foot of Courtlandt Street, North River.

Jersey City Ferry, foot of Courtlandt Street, North River.

The Olympia at ancor in the North River, New York.

The Olympia at ancor in the North River, New York.

Pier 13, North River, Manhattan.

Department of Docks and Police Station, Pier A, North River, Manhattan.

'Tusitala', North River and 156th Street, Manhattan.

Normandie, North River, Manhattan, from Pier 88, French Line, Manhattan.

Pier 14, North River, from West and Fulton Streets, Manhattan.

Pier 18, North River, foot of West and Murray Streets, Manhattan.

New York in 1776 (from the North River).

A chart of New York Island & North River, East River, passage through Hell Gate, Flushing Bay, Hampstead Bay, Oyster Bay, Huntington Bay, Cow Harbour, East Chester Inlet, Rochelle, Rye, Patrick Islands, &c.

A south east view of the City of New York, in North America. 1. New Colledge. 2. Old English Church. 3. City Hall. 4. French Church. 5. North River. 6. Staten Island. 7. The prison

[A chart of New York Island & North River, East River, passage through Hell Gate, Flushing Bay, Hampstead Bay, Oyster Bay, Huntington Bay, Cow Harbour, East Chester Inlet, Rochelle, Rye, Patrick Islands, &c.]

Arrival of the Great Eastern at her Dock, between Bank and Hammond Streets, North River, N.Y., June 28

South East View of the City of New York [1. New College, 2. Old English Church, 3. City Hall, 4. French Church, 5. North River, 6. Staten Island, 7. The Prison. 1768].

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