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Country residence of David Provoost

No. 1 the residence of Jacob Leisler on ""the Strand"" (now Whitehall Street N.Y.)"

Morton, John. Print of his residence

Morton, John. Print of his residence

The castle of Putala, the residence of the Grand Lama.

The Bansa, or residence of the King of Kongo, called St. Salvador.

A general map of the middle British colonies in America : viz. Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pensilvania, New-Jersey, New-York, Connecticut and Rhode-Island : of Aquanishuonigy the country of the confederate Indians comprehending Aquanishuonigy proper, their places of residence, Ohio and Thuchsochruntie their deer hunting countries, Couchsachrage and Skaniadarade their beaver hunting countries, of the Lakes Erie, Ontario and Champlain, and of part of New-France : wherein is also shewn the antient and present seats of the Indian nations

A general map of the middle British colonies in America : viz. Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pensilvania, New-Jersey, New-York, Connecticut and Rhode-Island : of Aquanishuonigy the country of the confederate Indians comprehending Aquanishuonigy proper, their places of residence, Ohio and Thuchsochruntie their deer hunting countries, Couchsachrage and Skaniadarade their beaver hunting countries, of the Lakes Erie, Ontario and Champlain, and of part of New-France : wherein is also shewn the antient and present seats of the Indian nations

New York & City Banks and the McEvers mansion, Wall St. in 1800 the residence of Gen. Knyphausen during the Revolution

Country residence of Leon. Lispenard, Lispenard Meadows (near Canal St.).

Last residence of James Otis, Andover, Massachusetts.

Residence of the Post Family Now Claremont Hotel

Baron Steuben's Residence, 1802.

Residence of Washington in High Street, Philada.

Residence of General James M. Varnum, East Greenwich, Rhode Island

Residence of Rev. Samuel Johnson D.D. at Stratford, Connecticut.

The Grange, Kingsbridge Road, N.Y., residence of Gen. Alex. Hamilton.

Residence of Edward S. Burd Esq. S.W. Cor. 9th and Chestnut

The residence of Gov. Geo. Clinton.

Residence of Dr. Wm. Shippen Jr. 1810, NO. 10 Prune St.

Plan of the city of Washington : now building for the metropolis of America, and established as the permanent residence of Congress after the year 1800

Plan of the city of Washington : now building for the metropolis of America, and established as the permanent residence of Congress after the year 1800

Burr's residence near New York.

Green Hill, the residence of Samuel Meredith, MOC.

Residence of Timothy Matlack, in 1777, East Orange St. Lancaster, Pa.

The Grove, the residence of Gov. Jones of N.C.

Residence of the late Bishop Moore between 9th and 10th Avenue and 22 and 23rd Streets.

AHouse in Leicester Square the residence of the celebrated W[illia]m Hogarth Esq[ui]r[e] now Jacquier's Hotel

Residence of Abraham Van Nest Esqr., Bleeker Street between Charles and Perry Streets.

The Original Cottage & Later Residence of the Jones Family, foot of 82nd St. East River

No. 7 Cherry Street, N.Y. residence of Saml Leggett, first president of the New York Gas Co., the first house lighted with gas 1825

Residence of Philip Hone Esq. and American Hotel, Broadway

Residence of ex-President Adams.

Late residence of ex-President Madison, Montpelier, Va.

North Bend and residence of the late President William Harrison.

The Early Residence of W[illia]m Hogarth

Residence of Thomas Jefferson.

Residence of General Philemon Dickinson, Trenton, New Jersey.

Residence of W.B. Crosby Esq. Rutgers Place, between Jefferson & Clinton Sts. 1858

Indian Brook in the residence of Captain Philips.

Lower falls near the residence of Mr. Montgomery

Lower Falls near the residence of Mr. Montgomery.

Residence of the Schermerhorn family, foot of 84th St. East River

Residence of Henry Eckford between 7th & 8th Aves. near 24th St.

The residence of Lord Stirling

The residence of the late C. Crolius, 1840

The Hermitage, residence of the late Samuel L. Norton, 43d St. betw. 8th & 9th Aves.

Private residence of the late Major Tiemann's father 23rd St. betw. 4th & Madison Aves.

Residence of Judge Ingraham, Harlem, N.Y. 1858

Rouma-Tiga. Residence de M. Martens. (Amboine.).

Residence of ex President Adams.

Pl. 3. Bowling Green, Broadway ; Pl. 4. Residence of Philip Hone Esq. and American Hotel, Broadway.

Residence of Philip Hone Esq. and American Hotel, Broadway. New-York

Residence of Gov. R. Kemble Esq. Coldspring N.Y.

The residence of Wm. B. Crosby Esqr. Rutgers Place New-York. South front.

The residence of Wm. B. Crosby Esqr. Rutgers Place New-York. North front.

Map of 285 sections of ground at Flatbush, L.I., opposite the residence of Dr. A. Vanderveer, on the turnpike

View of the city of Washington. The metropolis of the United States of America. Taken from Arlington House, the residence of George Washington.

Mobile. Taken from the marsh opposite the city near Pinto's residence.

The citadel of Cairo, residence of Mehmet Ali.

Mobile. Taken from the marsh opposite the city near Pinto's residence.

Late residence of Thomas Jefferson, Monticello, Va.

Belvoir, Albemarle County, Virginia, residence of United States Senator John Walker, 1790, destroyed by fire 1836.

Benjamin Franklin's residence in London, in 1760.

Mt. Vernon, residence of Washington.

Newark, N.J. from the residence of T.V. Johnson, Esqr.

Residence of Abraham Van Nest Esqr. Bleecker St. between Charles & Perry Streets

Residence of the late Col. Marinus Willett, mayor of New York in 1807-8.

Washington's residence. Mount Vernon, VA.

Residence of the late Col. Marinus Willett, Mayor of New York in [1807-1808]

Residence of the late Col. Marinus Willett, Mayor of New York in 1807-8.

Private residence - Hudson River.

Residence of the late Bishop Moore, between 9th and 10th avenues and 22nd and 23rd streets.

Residence of Abraham Van Nest, Bleeker Street, between Charles and Perry Streets.

Residence of [Jas.?] Robb Esq. Washington Avenue, New Orleans.

Peremptory sale of a suburban residence with upwards of five acres of land together with 57 splendid building sites of nearly half an acre each in the village of Flatbush, Long Island . . .

Peremptory sale of a suburban residence with upwards of five acres of land together with 57 splendid building sites of nearly half an acre each in the village of Flatbush, Long Island . . .

Sunny Side, The residence of Washington Irving.

Residence of Dr. Jackson and Conesus Lake, from Road.

Residence of F. P. Randolph, (cor. Sears and Cascadilla Avenue,) Ithaca, N.Y.

Idlewild, the Residence of N.P. Willis.

"Glen Side." The residence of J. T. Earl, Ithaca, N.Y. (porch view).

Residence of J.B. Chaffee.

Residence of Col. W. W. Price - front, Lake George.

Bishop's residence. Garden City Cathedral.

Private residence.

Maj. Mead's residence, Walton, N.Y.

Residence of J.B. Chaffee.

View of City and Wasatch Mountains, from new residence of the late President B. Young.

Residence of Prof. C.W. Tufts, 825 S. Park St., Kalamazoo, Mich.

Sulphur springs at Dr. Bary's residence, Enterprise, Florida.

Residence of Brigham Young.

Residence of Gen. Robert E. Lee, Franklin St., Richmond, Va.

Mount Vernon, the residence of Geo. Washington.

Sulphur springs at Dr. Bary's residence, Enterprise, Florida.

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

Residence of Mr. Atherton, Menlo Park.

Perry H. Smith's residence.

[Residence of C.P. Chapman in Pittsfield.]

[View of a private residence.]

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