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Sublime and beautiful reflections on the French revolution, or the man in the moon at large
An act supplementary to the act for the establishment and support of light-houses, beacons, buoys, and public piers. [Philadelphia] Printed by John Fenno .
In Council, January 21, 1790. Gentlemen. A list of the pensions, who are still chargeable to the State, has been forwarded to you; but it you will perceive that the amount is considerable, and the payment will of course be burthersome to the pub
Thomas Jefferson to Roger Alden, July 25, 1790
Michel G. J. de Crevecoeur to Thomas Jefferson, July 10, 1790
The country twenty-five miles round London : planned from a scale of one mile to an inch /
By the Honourable Oliver Wolcott Esquire, Lieutenant Governor and Commander in chief of the state of Connecticut. A proclamation ... I do hereby appoint Thursday, the fourteenth day of April next, to be observed as a day of puplick humiliation,
An act to authorize a grant of lands to the French inhabitants of Galliopolis, and for other purposes therein mentioned ... [179-].
Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 1790, Note
Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, July 20, 1790, Cover Only
Edmund Randolph to James Madison. 1790.
View of the court house in Salem Massachusetts / W. Gray, del. ; engraved by S. Hill.
The Stag, or Red Deer
A narrative of the mutiny, on board His Majestys ship Bounty; London, Printed for G. Nichol, bookseller to His Majesty, 1790.
Thomas Jefferson to Richard Stockton, December 15, 1790
Thomas Jefferson, December 28, 1790, Algerian Captives
Philip Southall to James Madison, January 1, 1790. Receipt.
Thomas Jefferson to Charles Clay, January 27, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to Francis Coffyn, March 11, 1790
Philip Pendleton to James Madison, March 1, 1790.
Thomas Jefferson to Mercy Otis Warren, November 25, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to John Churchman, November 24, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to Francis Kinloch, November 26, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to William Short, September 6, 1790
Armand T. H. de Mirosmenial, September 6, 1790, in French
Thomas Jefferson to Elizabeth Carter, September 10, 1790, Imports and Exports
Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, August 8, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, November 29, 1790, Note of Letter Received
Thomas Jefferson to Nathaniel Barrett, August 11, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to William Fitzhugh, August 25, 1790, Fragment
Unknown to Thomas Jefferson, April 4, 1790, Incomplete
Thomas Jefferson to John Bondfield, August 31, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to John Coffin Jones, June 23, 1790
Massachusetts Legislature, June 7, 1790, Resolution Transmitting Memorial from Consul of France
Thomas Jefferson to Count Diodati, April 3, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to Richard Gem, April 4, 1790
Thomas Jefferson, June 22, 1790, French Bills of Sale
Thomas Jefferson to Robert Leslie, June 27, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to Nicholas Lewis, May 3, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to Richard Peters, June 13, 1790
"Extract from the Commission of Army Accounts to the Commissioner of Accounts", February 10, 1790.
James Maury to James Madison, February 13, 1790.
Les moines aprenant à faire l'exercise
Flaming sword, or a sign from Heaven! Being a remarkable phenomenon seen in the State of New Hampshire in May last. [179-?].
A census of the electors and inhabitants in the State of New York. taken in the year 1790, in pursuance of a law of the said state .... [New York] Printed by Childs and Swaine, printers to the state .
... An act for the government of the Territory of the United States, south of the river Ohio. [New York] Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, .
Rhode Island and Providence plantations united to the great American family. Providence, Monday, May 31, 1790. Saturday night, at eleven o'clock, an express arrived in town from Newport, with the important intelligence, that the convention of th
[Map of Carrollsburg showing its street and lot system with the later streets and lots of Washington D.C. superimposed] /
[Cucumber or squash and eggplant]
Baron du Pont Duchambon, elève du roi à l'École royale militaire de Paris le jour ou il a voulu s'enlever dans le balon de Blanchard au Champs de Mars, 1784 / / Peint par son cousin eleve du Roi.
[Land ownership map of the William Bingham estate in Potter County, Pennsylvania /
[The Part of Pennsylvania that lies between the forks of the Susquehannah, divided into townships.
Jefferson, Venango & Armstrong.
William Short to John B. Cutting, June 11, 1790
Franc̦ois Pilatre de Rozier, né à Metz le 30. mars 1756, mort près de Boulogne sur Mer le 15. juin 1785
Noah's Ark improved, or an attempt to land in the teeth of the wind
Giuseppe Girolamo Lalande / Demarchi, dis. ; Bonini, inc.
[A man engaged in metalwork, appears to be melting statues to reuse the metal, with a kitten next to his left leg]
Plano de la costa osidental del Río del Sinú hasta Ysla Fuerte y Punta de Piedras con sus plaseres y zondas y prespectiba del Navio Onesto Perdido y el Navio la Potensia y Balandra al Anclaecho /
[Aristocrats digging the Champ-de-Mars]
Le tems donnant les cendres à la noblesse et au clergé
Thomas Paine / Romney pinxt. ; Wright sculpt.
Don Dismallo running the literary gantlet
[Two female figures celebrating the birth of America among the family of nations] / G. Gallager, del. ; engrav'd by S. Hill.
Assemblée nationale, abandon de tous les privileges, à Versailles sceance de la nuit du 4 au 5 aout 1789 / dessiné par C. Monnet, peintre du Roi ; gravé par Helman, de l'Académie des Arts de Lille en Flandre.
Theatrical portraiture no. 6
John Hancock to George Washington, July 20, 1790
The Author of The Wealth of nations / Kay, fecit.
Thomas Jefferson to David Howell, July 21, 1790
Unknown to Thomas Jefferson, 1790, Fragment
George Washington to John Hancock, July 1790
Thomas Jefferson, 1790, Notes on Dutch Distilled Spirits
[Portraits engr. by William Blake and J. Chapman].
Harry Innes to Thomas Jefferson, July 8, 1790
Baptism of Edward I / M. Brown Jr.
... An act providing for holding a treaty or treaties to establish peace with certain Indian tribes. [New York: Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, 1790.].
Thomas Jefferson to James Brown, October 29, 1790
George Washington to Thomas Jefferson, August 27, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to David Rittenhouse, June 17, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to Charles Carroll, June 13, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to Nicholas Lewis, June 11, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to Unknown, August 8, 1790, Incomplete
Thomas Jefferson to William Short, November 1790, Draft Notes
Thomas Jefferson to Henry Remsen, Jr., August 14, 1790, Receipt
Thomas Jefferson to William Temple Franklin, November 27, 1790
Lemesurier & Company to Thomas Jefferson, September 8, 1790, Account Charges
Thomas Jefferson to Fulwar Skipworth, June 23, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to Duke la Rouchefoucauld, April 24, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, June 11, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to Elias Boudinot, June 29, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to John Garland, June 11, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to Charles Bellini, June 13, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Russell, June 13, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to William Hunter, March 11, 1790
Thomas Jefferson to Robert Bruce and Peter Bruce, March 29, 1790
David Allison to Andrew Jackson, November 8, 1790