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A historic duel. A letter written by Brigadier General Lachlan McIntosh to Colonel John Laurence, Military secretary to General Washington, three days after the death of Button Gwinnett being a true relation of the duel, of the events that cause

A historic duel. A letter written by Brigadier General Lachlan McIntosh to Colonel John Laurence, Military secretary to General Washington, three days after the death of Button Gwinnett being a true relation of the duel, of the events that cause

A historic duel. A letter written by Brigadier General Lachlan McIntosh to Colonel John Laurence, Military secretary to General Washington, three days after the death of Button Gwinnett being a true relation of the duel, of the events that cause

A historic duel. A letter written by Brigadier General Lachlan McIntosh to Colonel John Laurence, Military secretary to General Washington, three days after the death of Button Gwinnett being a true relation of the duel, of the events that cause

A historic duel. A letter written by Brigadier General Lachlan McIntosh to Colonel John Laurence, Military secretary to General Washington, three days after the death of Button Gwinnett being a true relation of the duel, of the events that cause

A historic duel. A letter written by Brigadier General Lachlan McIntosh to Colonel John Laurence, Military secretary to General Washington, three days after the death of Button Gwinnett being a true relation of the duel, of the events that cause

A historic duel. A letter written by Brigadier General Lachlan McIntosh to Colonel John Laurence, Military secretary to General Washington, three days after the death of Button Gwinnett being a true relation of the duel, of the events that cause

A historic duel. A letter written by Brigadier General Lachlan McIntosh to Colonel John Laurence, Military secretary to General Washington, three days after the death of Button Gwinnett being a true relation of the duel, of the events that cause

A bill to amend "An act for reducing into one act the several acts concerning the Court of Appeals and Special Court of Appeals." [Richmond, 1831].

A bill to amend "An act for reducing into one act the several acts concerning the Court of Appeals and Special Court of Appeals." [Richmond, 1831].

A bill to amend "An act for reducing into one act the several acts concerning the Court of Appeals and Special Court of Appeals." [Richmond, 1831].

A bill to amend "An act for reducing into one act the several acts concerning the Court of Appeals and Special Court of Appeals." [Richmond, 1831].

A bill to amend "An act for reducing into one act the several acts concerning the Court of Appeals and Special Court of Appeals." [Richmond, 1831].

A bill to amend "An act for reducing into one act the several acts concerning the Court of Appeals and Special Court of Appeals." [Richmond, 1831].

Charleston, S. C. June 11, 1886. Dear Sir: The consistory of the Huguenot church of Charleston, S. C. gratefully acknowledge your prompt and kindly response to their appeal ... Treas. for fund repairs Huguenot church. Charleston. S. C. 1886.

Charleston, S. C. June 11, 1886. Dear Sir: The consistory of the Huguenot church of Charleston, S. C. gratefully acknowledge your prompt and kindly response to their appeal ... Treas. for fund repairs Huguenot church. Charleston. S. C. 1886.

Charleston, S. C. June 11, 1886. Dear Sir: The consistory of the Huguenot church of Charleston, S. C. gratefully acknowledge your prompt and kindly response to their appeal ... Treas. for fund repairs Huguenot church. Charleston. S. C. 1886.

Charleston, S. C. June 11, 1886. Dear Sir: The consistory of the Huguenot church of Charleston, S. C. gratefully acknowledge your prompt and kindly response to their appeal ... Treas. for fund repairs Huguenot church. Charleston. S. C. 1886.

Charleston, S. C. June 11, 1886. Dear Sir: The consistory of the Huguenot church of Charleston, S. C. gratefully acknowledge your prompt and kindly response to their appeal ... Treas. for fund repairs Huguenot church. Charleston. S. C. 1886.

Charleston, S. C. June 11, 1886. Dear Sir: The consistory of the Huguenot church of Charleston, S. C. gratefully acknowledge your prompt and kindly response to their appeal ... Treas. for fund repairs Huguenot church. Charleston. S. C. 1886.

$300,000,000 United States five per cent funded loan ... New York, February 1st, 1873.

$300,000,000 United States five per cent funded loan ... New York, February 1st, 1873.

$300,000,000 United States five per cent funded loan ... New York, February 1st, 1873.

$300,000,000 United States five per cent funded loan ... New York, February 1st, 1873.

$300,000,000 United States five per cent funded loan ... New York, February 1st, 1873.

$300,000,000 United States five per cent funded loan ... New York, February 1st, 1873.

$300,000,000 United States five per cent funded loan ... New York, February 1st, 1873.

$300,000,000 United States five per cent funded loan ... New York, February 1st, 1873.

$300,000,000 United States five per cent funded loan ... New York, February 1st, 1873.

$300,000,000 United States five per cent funded loan ... New York, February 1st, 1873.

No contraction. Contraction of the plain legal tenders, even at the rate now authorized by law ($4,000,000 a month) is likely to work mischief. [Washington, D. C.? 1866?].

No contraction. Contraction of the plain legal tenders, even at the rate now authorized by law ($4,000,000 a month) is likely to work mischief. [Washington, D. C.? 1866?].

No contraction. Contraction of the plain legal tenders, even at the rate now authorized by law ($4,000,000 a month) is likely to work mischief. [Washington, D. C.? 1866?].

No contraction. Contraction of the plain legal tenders, even at the rate now authorized by law ($4,000,000 a month) is likely to work mischief. [Washington, D. C.? 1866?].

No contraction. Contraction of the plain legal tenders, even at the rate now authorized by law ($4,000,000 a month) is likely to work mischief. [Washington, D. C.? 1866?].

No contraction. Contraction of the plain legal tenders, even at the rate now authorized by law ($4,000,000 a month) is likely to work mischief. [Washington, D. C.? 1866?].

No contraction. Contraction of the plain legal tenders, even at the rate now authorized by law ($4,000,000 a month) is likely to work mischief. [Washington, D. C.? 1866?].

No contraction. Contraction of the plain legal tenders, even at the rate now authorized by law ($4,000,000 a month) is likely to work mischief. [Washington, D. C.? 1866?].

Washington City, March 2, 1833. Sir: The present session of Congress closes this day, and although but few of the subjects introduced have been finally acted upon, I flatter myself that much good has been done for our country ... John Tipton.

Washington City, March 2, 1833. Sir: The present session of Congress closes this day, and although but few of the subjects introduced have been finally acted upon, I flatter myself that much good has been done for our country ... John Tipton.

Washington City, March 2, 1833. Sir: The present session of Congress closes this day, and although but few of the subjects introduced have been finally acted upon, I flatter myself that much good has been done for our country ... John Tipton.

Washington City, March 2, 1833. Sir: The present session of Congress closes this day, and although but few of the subjects introduced have been finally acted upon, I flatter myself that much good has been done for our country ... John Tipton.

Washington City, March 2, 1833. Sir: The present session of Congress closes this day, and although but few of the subjects introduced have been finally acted upon, I flatter myself that much good has been done for our country ... John Tipton.

Washington City, March 2, 1833. Sir: The present session of Congress closes this day, and although but few of the subjects introduced have been finally acted upon, I flatter myself that much good has been done for our country ... John Tipton.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

300,000,000 dollars United States government 5 per cent funded loan, (in bonds issued and payable, principal and interest, in the United States of America .... London, New Court St. Swithin's Lane. 31st January, 1873.

The crow. [n. p. n. d.].

The crow. [n. p. n. d.].

The crow. [n. p. n. d.].

The crow. [n. p. n. d.].

The crow. [n. p. n. d.].

The crow. [n. p. n. d.].

The national polity is the normal type of modern government. [A fragment.] ... Francis Lieber. [n. p. n. d.].

The national polity is the normal type of modern government. [A fragment.] ... Francis Lieber. [n. p. n. d.].

The national polity is the normal type of modern government. [A fragment.] ... Francis Lieber. [n. p. n. d.].

The national polity is the normal type of modern government. [A fragment.] ... Francis Lieber. [n. p. n. d.].

Statesman's manual. Davis & Force of the City of Washington, propose publishing, in the course of the present year, a new and highly important work, under the following title: the Stateman's manual. Being an annual digest of all public documents

Statesman's manual. Davis & Force of the City of Washington, propose publishing, in the course of the present year, a new and highly important work, under the following title: the Stateman's manual. Being an annual digest of all public documents

Statesman's manual. Davis & Force of the City of Washington, propose publishing, in the course of the present year, a new and highly important work, under the following title: the Stateman's manual. Being an annual digest of all public documents

Statesman's manual. Davis & Force of the City of Washington, propose publishing, in the course of the present year, a new and highly important work, under the following title: the Stateman's manual. Being an annual digest of all public documents

Statesman's manual. Davis & Force of the City of Washington, propose publishing, in the course of the present year, a new and highly important work, under the following title: the Stateman's manual. Being an annual digest of all public documents

Statesman's manual. Davis & Force of the City of Washington, propose publishing, in the course of the present year, a new and highly important work, under the following title: the Stateman's manual. Being an annual digest of all public documents

Statesman's manual. Davis & Force of the City of Washington, propose publishing, in the course of the present year, a new and highly important work, under the following title: the Stateman's manual. Being an annual digest of all public documents

Statesman's manual. Davis & Force of the City of Washington, propose publishing, in the course of the present year, a new and highly important work, under the following title: the Stateman's manual. Being an annual digest of all public documents

Statesman's manual. Davis & Force of the City of Washington, propose publishing, in the course of the present year, a new and highly important work, under the following title: the Stateman's manual. Being an annual digest of all public documents

Statesman's manual. Davis & Force of the City of Washington, propose publishing, in the course of the present year, a new and highly important work, under the following title: the Stateman's manual. Being an annual digest of all public documents

The women's committee for the Philadelphia orchestra requests the honor of your presence at the memorial ceremonies and the unveiling of the Bronze memorial to the late Fritz Scheed at the Academy of Music. Wednesday, March the eleventh [1908] a

The women's committee for the Philadelphia orchestra requests the honor of your presence at the memorial ceremonies and the unveiling of the Bronze memorial to the late Fritz Scheed at the Academy of Music. Wednesday, March the eleventh [1908] a

The women's committee for the Philadelphia orchestra requests the honor of your presence at the memorial ceremonies and the unveiling of the Bronze memorial to the late Fritz Scheed at the Academy of Music. Wednesday, March the eleventh [1908] a

The women's committee for the Philadelphia orchestra requests the honor of your presence at the memorial ceremonies and the unveiling of the Bronze memorial to the late Fritz Scheed at the Academy of Music. Wednesday, March the eleventh [1908] a

A plan for supplying an ample volume of currency, protecting our industries, and resuming specie payments without contracting the currency. [1867].

A plan for supplying an ample volume of currency, protecting our industries, and resuming specie payments without contracting the currency. [1867].

A plan for supplying an ample volume of currency, protecting our industries, and resuming specie payments without contracting the currency. [1867].

A plan for supplying an ample volume of currency, protecting our industries, and resuming specie payments without contracting the currency. [1867].

A plan for supplying an ample volume of currency, protecting our industries, and resuming specie payments without contracting the currency. [1867].

A plan for supplying an ample volume of currency, protecting our industries, and resuming specie payments without contracting the currency. [1867].

A plan for supplying an ample volume of currency, protecting our industries, and resuming specie payments without contracting the currency. [1867].

A plan for supplying an ample volume of currency, protecting our industries, and resuming specie payments without contracting the currency. [1867].

A plan for supplying an ample volume of currency, protecting our industries, and resuming specie payments without contracting the currency. [1867].

A plan for supplying an ample volume of currency, protecting our industries, and resuming specie payments without contracting the currency. [1867].

A bill to authorise the raising of regular troops for the defence of this State. [Richmond, 1815].

A bill to authorise the raising of regular troops for the defence of this State. [Richmond, 1815].

A bill to authorise the raising of regular troops for the defence of this State. [Richmond, 1815].

A bill to authorise the raising of regular troops for the defence of this State. [Richmond, 1815].

A bill to authorise the raising of regular troops for the defence of this State. [Richmond, 1815].

A bill to authorise the raising of regular troops for the defence of this State. [Richmond, 1815].

A bill to authorise the raising of regular troops for the defence of this State. [Richmond, 1815].

A bill to authorise the raising of regular troops for the defence of this State. [Richmond, 1815].