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Central park in 1862. [Collection of photographs in portfolio, without text] Published by special permission of the commission.

If an Indian wants to kill himself and get permission to do so, he is carried through the town on a chair... Here a young man stabs himself in the flames [top]; An Indian is shown immolating himself in the presence of a golden idol [bottom].

Naval permit signed by President Jefferson granting permission to Selvanus Snow, master and commander of the schooner “Industry,” to sail cargo to Martinique

Naval permit signed by President Jefferson granting permission to Selvanus Snow, master and commander of the schooner “Industry,” to sail cargo to Martinique

Permission for brig to transport goods and merchandise

Permission for brig to transport goods and merchandise

The mouth of the Hudson. From the original painting presented by citizens of New York. To his royal highness the Prince of Wales to whom this engraving is by permission respectfully dedicated

Central park in 1862. [Collection of photographs in portfolio, without text] Published by special permission of the commission.

Central park in 1862. [Collection of photographs in portfolio, without text] Published by special permission of the commission.

Central park in 1862. [Collection of photographs in portfolio, without text] Published by special permission of the commission.

Mahogany and gilt Georgian suite in the gallery and green drawing-room of Longford Castle. By permission of the Earl of Radnor, ca. 1730.

Shovelboard table in the Hall of Littlecote. The property of Mr. L. Popham, and by permission of Mrs. Leopold Hirsch, ca. 1660.

The "Rubens" cabinet--of ebony carved. Interior fittings inlaid and columns of tortoiseshell. From the royal collection at Windsor Castle. By permission of His Majesty.

The panelled study at Groombridge Place, Kent. By permission of the Misses Saint.

Mirror, gueridons, and table overlaid with silver plaques. Presented by the Citizens of London to Charles II. From the royal collection at Windsor castle. By permission of His Majesty.

Chimneypiece in the double cube room, Wilton House. By permission of the Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery.

Carved oaken stairway, Godinton. By permission of George Ashley Dodd, Esq., D.L., J.P.

Shaped fret-rimmed gallery table. Chippendale school. By permission of William James, Esq., West Dean, ca. 1745.