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Dame turque. A veiled lady in street attire. [78]

Street fighting in Jerusalem.

St. Christopher's Church, the Bank of England & St. Bartholomew's Church, Threadneedle Street

The First Presbyterian Church, Wall Street

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

The De Peyster mansion in Queen Street.

View of a house on the north east corner of Exchange Place & Broad Street about the year 1680

[Street entertainers in China]

An exact survey of the street lanes …

A street of Pekin & Nankin.

Beer Street

Beer Street

State Street looking east from Lodge to Broadway.

High Street, Philadelphia, with an American stage waggon

Green-wod - Entrance ot the cemetery (from 27th Street)

Brick church in Beekman Street, first opened for service in 1768

Methodist Church in John Street in olden times

Pownall, Thomas. Poland Street. To Joseph Sharpe

Pownall, Thomas. Poland Street. To Joseph Sharpe

The City Hall in Wall Street, before the Revolution

Duche's house, res. of Gov. Thomas McKean, S. Third Street, Philadelphia.

The bloody massacre perpetrated in King Street, Boston, on March 5th, 1770 by a party of the 29th Reg.t.

The fruits of arbitrary po[w]er, or the bloody massacre, perpetrated in King Street Boston on March 5th, 1770, in wh[i]ch Messrs: Saml: Gray: Saml: Maverick Iames Caldwell. Crispus Attucks. Patrick Carr were killed....

Perspective view of Canal Street

Letter to Timothy Bigelow, No. 9, North-side, Court Street, Boston

Letter to [William Henry Harrison, Wall Street, New York.]

Letter to Francis Street, Philadelphia

[Cumberland, Richard]. Queen Ann Street. To William Woodfall

[Cumberland, Richard]. Queen Ann Street. To William Woodfall

[Cumberland, Richard]. Queen Ann Street. To William Woodfall

[Cumberland, Richard]. Queen Ann Street. To William Woodfall

[Cumberland, Richard]. Queen Ann Street. To William Woodfall

[Cumberland, Richard]. Queen Ann Street. To William Woodfall

Letter to Francis Street, Philadelphia

Letter to Timothy Bigelow, No. 9, North-side, Court Street, Boston

Residence of Washington in High Street, Philada.

Massey, [General]. No. 2 Suffolk Street

Massey, [General]. No. 2 Suffolk Street

Massey, [General]. No. 2 Suffolk Street

Massey, [General]. No. 2 Suffolk Street

Map of the world drawn and engraved from D'Anville's two sheet map with improvements for Harrison, Newgate Street as the act directs, Dec. 1, 1788.

Tarleton, Banastre. Half Moon Street

Tarleton, Banastre. Half Moon Street

[A view of Broad Street, Wall Street, and the City Hall.]

A view of the Bank of England, Threadneedle Street, London.

View in Third Street, from Spruce Street, in Philadelphia.

State-house, with a view of Chesnut Street Philadelphia.

State-House with a view of Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

An unfinished house, in Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Bank of the United States in Third Street, Philadelphia.

High Street, from Ninth Street, Philadelphia.

Library and Surgeons Hall, in Fifth Street Philadelphia.

Arch Street, with the Second Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia.

Arch Street Ferry, Philadelphia.

Bank of Pennsylvania, South Second Street, Philadelphia.

High Street Market, Philadelphia.

New Market, in South Second Street, Philadelphia.

New Lutheran Church, in Fourth Street, Philadelphia.

Second Street north from Market St. wth. Christ Church, Philadelphia.

Blackden, Samuel. No. 22 Gold Street, New York. To General [ ]

Blackden, Samuel. No. 22 Gold Street, New York. To General [ ]

Congress Hall and New Theatre, in Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Punishment of criminal by parading him in the street.

Old Lutheran Church, in Fifth Street Philadelphia.

[South Street from Maiden Lane]

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

Rotunda - Chambers Street

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

The Principal street in Bethlehem

Bridewell, and Charity-School, Broadway, opposite Chamber Street - February 1808.

Philadelphia Bank in Fourth Street Philadelphia.

High Street, with the First Presbyterian Church.

A correct view of the Old Methodist Church in John Street N. York. The first erected in America. Founded A.D. 1768

Perspective view of Canal Street.

Macaulay, Thomas Babington. 50 Great Armand Street. To Thomas Cadell

Macaulay, Thomas Babington. 50 Great Armand Street. To Thomas Cadell

Macaulay, Thomas Babington. 50 Great Armand Street. To Thomas Cadell

Macaulay, Thomas Babington. 50 Great Armand Street. To Thomas Cadell

Pearl STreet between Franklin & Oak St.

Broadway & Grand Street, N.Y. as it appeared about 1818

View on the southwest corner of Broadway & 20th St.; View of the northeast corner of Broadway & 19th Street

Wall Street

Nassau St., north from Wall Street

View on Broadway opposite Bond Street

View of Wall Street

Old house N.Y. 1849 45th Street, near 5th Avenue

View on the north east corner of Broadway & 29th St.; View on the southeast corner of Broadway & 31 Street

View on the southeast corner of Broadway & Cedar Street

View of the southeast corner of 23rd Street & 6th Ave.

View in Wall Street from the corner of Broad

Interior of New York, Provost Street and Chapel

Patent steam carriage, by Mr. Goldsworthy Gurney, of Argyle Street, London, 1826

Vue de George's street a Sydney. (Nouvelle Galles du Sud.).

New York Bank House Hammond Street.

Map of the real estate in the city of New York : between the south side of Washington Parade, 4th St., and the north side of Bellevue, 28th Street

Lunatic asylum (Manhattanville) ; Merchants Room, Exchange (Wall Street).

Plate 11th. Phenix Bank, Wall St. New York ; United States' Branch Bank, Wall Street.

Map showing the old farms : from 4th to 28th Street, east of 6th Avenue, New York

Rotunda, Chambers Street, Grace Church, Broadway, U.S. Branch Bank, Wall Street, St. George's Church, Beekman St., St. Patricks Cathedral, Mott St.

Coffee-House Slip (foot of Wall Street) ; Park Theatre-Park Row (Tammany Hall in the distance).

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