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[Sir William Phips.]

Harvard College, 1720.

Oswego in 1755.

Primaeva literarum Ægyptiarum fabrica ...

Primaeva literarum Ægyptiarum fabrica ...

Primaeva literarum Ægyptiarum fabrica ...

Primaeva literarum Ægyptiarum fabrica ...

Ectypon Verum Nini et Semiramidis ex Veterum Auctorum relatione, nec non Ægyptiaci Labyrinthi picturis extraactum.

Primaeva literarum Ægyptiarum fabrica ...

Pons Babylonius à Semiramide constructus, ...

Schematismus siclorum omnis generis ...

Primaeva literarum Ægyptiarum fabrica ...

Tabula combinatoria.

Primaeva literarum Ægyptiarum fabrica ...

Isaac Norris : his house at Fairhill.

Schuyler coat of arms, 1656.

Fort Frederick (plan).

[Old courthouse.]

Wm. Livingston, governor of New Jersey.

Fort Frederick.

State Street looking east from Lodge to Broadway.

City Hall, Albany.

The City Hall in Wall Street, before the Revolution

Andrew Oliver of Mass., stamp agent.

The Brooklyn house of Philip Livingston, the signer.

James McEvers, stamp agent for New York.

Monument to Philip Livingston.

Last residence of James Otis, Andover, Massachusetts.

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

Carpenter's Hall, the place of the first Congress.

[Thomas Cushing.]

Gilman house.

Governor Langdon's mansion.

The Brooklyn house of Philip Livingston, the signer.

Montgomery Place on the Hudson.

Isaac Low mem. Cont. Cong. New York.

Oliv. Ellsworth.

The Morris house.

Lansing house.

The Boerum House.

The old Schuyler mansion, Albany, N.Y.

Res[idence] [of] Oliver Wolcott, South St., Litchfield County.

Sir William Pepperell's [i.e. Pepperrell's] house, Kittery Point, Maine.

Régiments de Ligne et de Vierset. Régiments nationaux pendant la révolution brabançon. 1790.

'A faithful friend is the medicine of life, ...' (Richard Perryn, Dorothy Perryn).

To Nessy Heywood.

Mrs. A. Hemans.

Symbolic figure.

Will you my dear ...."

Dwelling of General McIntosh

Savannah im Jahre 1778

Interesting old church near Savannah, Georgia

Mouth of the Savannah River [Fort Pulaski]

Old houses in Savannah

The tomb of Aaron Burr, Princeton, N.J.

Burr's residence near New York.

Res[idence] of George Ross, Lancaster, Pa.

[John Armstrong.]

[Richard Peters.]

Willing house.

Stratford House the birthplace of R.H. Lee

Res[idence] of Wm. Hooper, Wilmington, N.C.

Harnett's tomb, Wilmington, N.C.

Uniformes des [] militaires de la Belgique pendant la period 1800- 1830

Wm. Blount

Christ Church, Philada.

Drayton Hall, on the Ashley, western front.

Monument to John Parker.

Res. of Edwd. Rutledge Broad St. Charleston S.C.

Jacob Read.

John Cleves Symmes.

The Livingston house.

View of the New Jersey College at Princeton, New Jersey.

The tomb at the Hermitage.

Residence of ex-President Adams.

Boston, Plymouth and Sandwich mail stage, continues to run as follows....

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

North Bend and residence of the late President William Harrison.

A front view of the President's house, Washington.

Uniformes de l'armée belges, 1830 - 1832

Samuel Wharton.

Res. of Caesar Rodney, Poplar Grove, near Dover, Delaware.

Mr. Gulian C. Verplanck.

Western view of Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

John Pintard.

Eastern entrance into Lyons.

Southeastern view of Salina village ; Internal view of a salt manufactory, Salina ; View of a field of salt-vats, Salina.

Southern view of part of the village of Little Falls

Canal boats on the North River, New York.

Monument to Ararat.

Asher B. Durand.

Lafayette Theatre.

Monument to Cadwallader Colden.

The transportation problem. The Baxter boat "City of New York," the fastest steamer tried on the Erie Canal.

Northeastern view of the locks at Lockport.

DeWitt Clinton [mingling the waters of Lake Erie with the Atlantic].

Eastern view of Schenectady, N.Y.

Birthplace of Dewitt Clinton, New Windsor.

The burning of Schenectady, on the ninth of February, 1689-90.

Steam boats.

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