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The Virginia Company chart
Insula S. Thomae [West Africa].
A mapp of Virginia discouered to ye hills....
Baltimore in 1752
Front of the house of Joseph Coolidge Esqr. in Boston
Government House.
The town of Sherburne in the island of Nantucket.
A view of the first cities of the United States; [Detail of Baltimore section]
Natchez.  On the hill, from the old fort.
Dubuque.
Insula S. Thomae [West Africa].
Baltimore in 1752
Plan of the city of New York, in North America: surveyed in the years 1766 and 1767.
Front of the house of Joseph Coolidge Esqr. in Boston
The town of Sherburne in the island of Nantucket.
A view of the first cities of the United States; [Detail of Baltimore section]
Natchez.  On the hill, from the old fort.
Plan of the city of New York, in North America: surveyed in the years 1766 and 1767.
Titlepage.
T'Fort Nieuw Amsterdam op de Manhatans.
Een Mahakuase Indiaen, met hun Steden en woningen.
Een Virginiaen na hun manier gekleedt.
De Koning Pouhatan in Syn hoogste Staet
Van d'eylanden Bermudes, Berbados, St. Christoffel, en d'ander Caribische eylanden
Virginia Nieu Neder-landt.  Nieu Engelandt.
[Cover.]
A correct view of the Old Methodist Church in John Street N. York.  The first erected in America.  Founded A.D. 1768
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Plate 1st City Hotel, Broadway ; Grace, and Trinity Churches, Broadway.
Plate 2d. Bowling Green, New York ; Landing place, foot of Courtlandt St. New York.
Plate 3d. Masonic Hall, Broadway, New York ; Landing place, foot of Barclay St. New York.
Plate 4th. Park Place, New York ; American Hotel, Broadway, New York.
Plate 5th. Mansion house (Bunker's), Broadway, New York ; Steam boat wharf, Battery Place, New York.
Plate 6th. St. Thomas' Church, Broadway, New York ; Park Theatre and part of Park Row, St. Paul's Church in the distance.
Plate 7th. Bowery Theatre, New York ; Washington Hotel, Broadway, New York.
Plate 8th. Junction of Broadway and the Bowery, New York ; Bay and harbour of New York, from the Battery.
Plate 9th. Council Chamber, City Hall, New York ; Public room, Merchant's Exchange, New York.
Plate 10th. St. Paul's Church, Broadway, New York ; Merchant's Exchange, Wall Stt. New York.
Plate 11th. Phenix Bank, Wall St. New York ; United States' Branch Bank, Wall Street.
Plate 12th. Brooklyn Ferry, Fulton St. New York ; Steam boat wharf, Whitehall Street, New York.
Plate 13th. Custom House, Wall St. New York ; Unitarian Church, Mercer St. New York.
Plate 14th. St. George's Church, Beekman St. New York ; Clinton Hall, Beekman St. New York.
Plate 15th. Church of the Ascension, Canal St. New York ; Exchange Place, looking to Hanover St. New York.
Plate 16th. New York, from Weehawk.
Plate 17th. St. Luke's Church, Hudson St. New York ; The Reservoir, Bowery, New York.
Plate 18th. St. Patrick's Cathedral, Mott St. New York ; St. Peter's Church, Barclay St. New York.
Title page.
Pl. 1. New-York ; Pl. 2. Broadway from the park.
Pl. 3. Bowling Green, Broadway ; Pl. 4. Residence of Philip Hone Esq. and American Hotel, Broadway.
Pl. 5. City Hall ; Pl. 6. Navy Yard, Brooklyn.
Pl. 7. Leroy Place ; Pl. 8. Shot Tower (East River).
Elysian fields, Hoboken (New York in the distance) ; City Hotel, Trinity and Grace Churches (Broadway).
Alton, Illinois.
Lunatic asylum (Manhattanville) ; Merchants Room, Exchange (Wall Street).
Washington Institute and City Reservoir ; Hudson River from Hoboken.
Coffee-House Slip (foot of Wall Street) ; Park Theatre-Park Row (Tammany Hall in the distance).
Broad Street (Custom House in the distance) ; Holt's New Hotel (Corner of Fulton and Water Street).
Map of the city of New York.
Webb's Congress Hall (142 Broadway) ; Merchant's Exchange-Wall Street, Masonic Hall Broadway.
Pearl Street House and Ohio Hotel (Hanover Square in the distance) ; Deaf and Dumb Asylum.
Rotunda, Chambers Street, Grace Church, Broadway, U.S. Branch Bank, Wall Street, St. George's Church, Beekman St., St. Patricks Cathedral, Mott St.
Presbyterian Church, Carmine Street, St. Thomas' Church, Broadway, 2nd Unitarian Church, Mercer cor. Prince St., Washington Hotel, Broadway, Bowery Theatre.
Episcopal Seminary Greenwich ; Oil Cloth Manufactory, Greenwich ; Fulton Market ; Penitentiary Blackwell's Island.
La Grange Terrace, La Fayette Place, City of New York.
Harvey's American scenery, representing different atmospheric effects at different time of day. [Title page.]
Spring. Burning fallen trees in a girdled clearing.  Western scene.
Summer.  A road accident.  A glimpse thro' an opening of the primitive forest, Thornville, Ohio.
Autumn.  Gigantic sycamores.  An ox team crossing the ford.  Owl Creek, Ohio.
Winter.  Impeded travellers in a pine forest.  Upper Canada.
The Falls of St. Anthony.
Fort Snelling.
St Paul's, Menesotah Territory.
Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin in 1830.
Cassville in 1829.
Dubuque in Iowa.
Galena, on Fever River in Illinois.
Fort Armstrong.
Muscadine [Muscatine], Iowa.
Burlington, Iowa.
Fort Madison, Iowa.
Nauvoe, Illinois.
Keokuck, Iowa.
Quicy, Illinois.
Hannibal, Missouri.
St Louis.
Carondelet or Vide-Poche, Missouri
Herculaneum, Missouri.
Cairo, mouth of the Ohio.
New Madrid, Missouri.
Memphis, Tenessee.
Vicksburg.
Natchez, Mississippi.
Baton Rouge (Louisiana).
Pilots station.
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