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Hoogstraten napoleon war.
House virginia georgian, architecture buildings.
[Early steam locomotive with toothed "propelling wheel" which gripped a ribbed rail while other wheels rode on a smooth rail, and two coal cars]
Jeoffrey Robinson to E. F. Hall, July 6, 1814
Unknown to Unknown. Notes. 1814.
By authority of the State of New-Jersey. Queen's College lottery, No. III [blank ticket] New-Brunswick, June, 1814.
Thomas Jefferson to Robert Patterson, July 23, 1814
Plano del Puerto de Apra cituado a la parte occl. de la Ysla do Guahan /
Paper hanging 43
John Armstrong to Unknown, July 28, 1814
The Star spangled banner a pariotic song
Grand victory on Lake Champlain [Cuts] Tenth naval victory.- "Com. Macdonough obtained a glorious victory, over the British Fleet on Lake Champlain Sept. 11 ... The old-war proverb still holds good; "There's virtue in the Yankee blood." Tune ...
Charles J. Ingersoll to James Madison. & Smollet's Quote-Spain. 1814-15.
Pope & Brahan to Andrew Jackson
Report of the Committee on the subject of assuming payment of the direct tax. presented to the House of Delegates, December 15th, 1814. [Richmond, 1814.].
The battle of Plattsburg. [Boston:] Nathaniel Coverly. Jun. .
Andrew Jackson to John Armstrong, July 31, 1814
Le Carnaval de 1814, ou Le marcaroni Impérial
John Armstrong to Andrew Jackson, May 22, 1814
Thomas Jefferson to Caspar Wistar, November 23, 1814
Robert Brent to J. Davis, June 10, 1814
Francis Pacquetel, December 28, 1814
Thomas Jefferson to Robert Patterson, November 23, 1814
Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Smith Barton, April 3, 1814
James Madison to John Armstrong, August 15, 1814. Notes, Military Strength.
J. B. Porter to Thomas Jefferson, August 23, 1814, Receipt
Daniel D. Tompkins to James Madison, April 6, 1814.
Thomas Jefferson to Carven Peyton, May 8, 1814
Willie Blount to Andrew Jackson, September 16, 1814
J. Watts, September 28, 1814
Nashville Examiner, September 9, 1814
John McKee to Andrew Jackson, August 27, 1814
Gray Simms to John McKee, November 11, 1814
Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, February 17, 1814
J. P. Hayne to Thomas Camp, October 19, 1814
Andrew Jackson to James Monroe, October 26, 1814
Frankfort Adjunct General's Office, October 18, 1814
Willie Blount to Andrew Hynes, October 21, 1814
Robert Hays to Unknown, October 25, 1814
John Miller to Andrew Jackson, November 8, 1814
A bill to provide for the payment of that part of the direct tax of the United States, which is apportioned to the Commonwealth of Virginia and for other purposes. Presented, December 15th, 1814. [Richmond, 1814].
Report of the committee appointed to examine the treasurer's accounts. The joint committee of both houses, have, according to order, examined the treasurer's accounts from the 1st day of January to the 30th day of September 1814 ... [Richmond, 1
Received at the treasury of Virginia, from the 1st day of October to the 31st day of December 1813, both days included. [Richmond 1814].
Andrew Jackson to John H. Smith, June 21, 1814
Benjamin W. Crowninshield to James Madison, December 26, 1814.
A.C. Cazenove to Alexander J. Dallas, October 31, 1814.
Nathan Lufborough to Alexander J. Dallas, October 17, 1814. Memorandum.
The Right Hon. Henry Robert Stewart, Lord Viscount Castlereagh, M.R.I.A. & F.R.S. / from an original picture by T. Lawrence, Esq. R.A. ; drawn by W. Evans ; engraved by H. Meyer.
John Coffee to William Berkeley Lewis, September 25, 1814
Andrew Jackson to H. Searcy, June 21, 1814
Washington D. C. Adjudication & Inspector Generals Office, November 30, 1814
[George Collier, 1738-1795, bust portrait, facing right]
Hawkins to Andrew Jackson
The property tax
[Armory ("U.S. Arsenal"), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Officer's and Commandants quarters, elevations]
MacDonough's victory; or, The heroes of Lake Champlain. Tune- "Sprig of Shelelagh." [5 stanzas of verse] .
U. S. Congress to James Madison, November 3, 1814. Resolution for the production of gold medals for gallentry.
William Duane to James Monroe, October 25, 1814.
Thomas Jefferson to Charles J. Ingersoll, March 17, 1814
Robert Patton to James Madison, December 20, 1814.
Daniel Hughes to Andrew Jackson, December 19, 1814
Isaac Chauncey to William Jones, May 30, 1814.
Unknown to James Madison, May 8, 1814. Letter from a "mechanick" regarding possible employment. Partly illegible.
John Childress et al. to John Coffee, May 12, 1814
John Snodgrass to Willie Blount, June 13, 1814
Thomas Langford Butler to John Coffee, December 15, 1814
[Plan of layout of Russian fort in Alaska, 1803-1806] / Capt'n. Lisiansky, del. ; Smith, sculp't.
Benjamin Hawkins to David Tate, August 7, 1814
William Preston Anderson to Andrew Jackson, August 19, 1814
William Carroll to Andrew Jackson, October 25, 1814
Gideon Morgan to Unknown, October 18, 1814
Andrew Hynes to Unknown, October 19, 1814
John Cocke to Andrew Jackson, January 20, 1814
Andrew Jackson to James Cowan, March 7, 1814
Thomas Hart Benton et al., October 25, 1814
John A. Allen, September 26, 1814
B. B. White to Charles Wollstonecraft, August 16, 1814
Bennet Maxsy, January 5, 1814
Isaac Brownlow to John Jones, January 15, 1814
O. B. Walback to M. Alexander, March 26, 1814
Louis de Tousard, September 17, 1814
P. Hill to Thomas Carroll, November 16, 1814
W. Henry to W. Allen, November 27, 1814
Thomas Jefferson to Elias Earle, February 16, 1814.
Thomas Jefferson to John S. Barnes, February 23, 1814
John Brockenbrough to James Madison, February 28, 1814.
In Senate of the United States. November 28, 1814. A bill to authorize the purchase of the library of Thomas Jefferson, late president of the United States. [Washington, 1814].
The Shawanese prophet and Tecumseh / Huyot.
American generals / Tanner, Vallance, Kearny & Co. sc.
Bloody battle near Niagara [Cut] The United States' army, commanded by Major Jacob Brown, victorious over the British forces, under the command of Major General Riall; "The action commenced on the 25th July, at 5 o'clock P.M. and continued witho
John C. Hicks to E. Kilpatrick, October 31, 1814
John Williams to Thomas H. Benton, October 22, 1814
A map of Lewis and Clark's track, across the western portion of North America from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean : by order of the executive of the United States in 1804, 5 & 6 /
A map of Lewis and Clark's track across the western portion of North America, from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean : by order of the executive of the United States in 1804, 5 & 6 /
A map of Wayne & Pike counties, Pennsylvania : shewing the situations & forms of the warrantee tracts, with the numbers by which the respective tracts are distinguished in the maps & books in the Office of the Commissioners of places for Wayne County, the townships, boundaries, roads, waters and principal places /
Capture of Washington [Cut] On Wednesday, August 24, there was a severe action at Bladensburgh, six miles from the Capitol. "Baltimore has acquired immortal honor by the brave resistance of Commodore Barney, his sailors and the bold volunteers."
The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...