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Lealtad (A man mocked)

Andrew Jackson to Jenkin Whiteside, July 8, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Abner Lawson Duncan, July 9, 1816

Thomas Jefferson to William Plumer, July 21, 1816

Thomas Jefferson to Francis A. van der Kemp, July 30, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Robert Bell, June 28, 1816

Rowland Craig, June 29, 1816

Joseph Hopkinson to George Graham, December 9, 1816

Thomas Jefferson to Henry A. S. Dearborn, October 17, 1816

J. Devereux to James Madison, November 7, 1816.

Leroy-Bayard & McCorn to Thomas Jefferson, April 10, 1816

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Delaplaine, February 9, 1816

Alexander Fulton Cochrane to Andrew Jackson, August 5, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Thomas Sidney Jesup, August 17, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Robert Butler, August 19, 1816

Charles Slocum to George Croghan, April 16, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Robert Butler, October 24, 1816

Inventory of Ship Mars, as she is to be sold on the 13th April Instant, at the American Coffee-House. [New York? 1816?].

Thomas Jefferson to John F. Watson, February 29, 1816

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, August 27, 1816, with Drawing

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, February 28, 1816

Andrew Jackson, October 14, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, June 13, 1816

A. Blair, November 5, 1816

A map of the post-road from Buenos Ayres [sic] to Potosi.

Map of the United States of America : with the contiguous British and Spanish possessions /

The president and directors for the Kentucky Insurance Company promise to pay ... or bearer on demand two dollars, Lexington 16 Aug. 1816

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Battle of Plattsburg / Read sc.

Triumphant return of the American squadron, under Com. Bainbridge from the Mediterranean, 1815

The modern Job! or John Bull and his comforts! / Marks del et sc.

[Suruga no Kuni zu.

The death of General Ross, near Baltimore, as soon as he perceived that he was wounded he fell into the arms of a brother officer / G.M. Brighty del. ; Brown sculp.

A Sugar mill

Struck with the gallantry, skill, and decision, displayed by Sir Philip Bowes Vere Broke, Baronet, K.C.B. Commander of his Majesty's ship, the Shannon, in the attack, boarding, and capture of the American frigate, the Chesapeake ... / manufactured by S. Hougham & Co. ; Henry Meyer execudit.

Thomas Jefferson to Patrick Gibson, October 8, 1816

A Lady going to visit

James Monroe. List of officers and their salaries. 1816.

[Title page of Antoine Beauvilliers, L'Art du cuisinier, showing 4 men working in large kitchen]

At a numerous meeting of the Federal Republicans Citizens of the City of Albany, convened at Bement's Albany Coffee-House on Thursday evening, April 25, 1816 ... Resolved unanimously. That this meeting cheerfully concur in the nomination of the

Receipt for African American slave

James B. Many to Enoch Humphrey, June 22, 1816

William H. Crawford, June 9, 1816. Notes on the proceedings of a Court Martial.

James Madison to Lowndes, October 3, 1816.

Thomas Jefferson to Matthew Carey, November 11, 1816

James Madison to Elbert Anderson Jr., October 22, 1816.

Thomas Jefferson to George Watterston, March 2, 1816

William Berkeley Lewis to Andrew Jackson, December 6, 1816

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis, December 27, 1816

David R. Williams to James Madison, December 6, 1816.

Return Jonathan Meigs to Andrew Jackson, August 30, 1816

Andrew Jackson to "AB", August 31, 1816

Andrew Jackson to George Mayfield, October 31, 1816

George Bomford to Andrew Jackson, October 15, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Pritchett & Shall, August 19, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Andrew Jackson, August 2, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Thomas Eastland, September 20, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Sanders & Sewall, February 24, 1816

David Melton to Andrew Jackson, November 22, 1816

Thomas Jefferson to P. Doddridge, January 27, 1816

Murdock, Yuille, Wardrop & Co to James Madison, February 16, 1816.

[Safety lamps designed by Humphry Davy for use by miners] / J. Basire sculpt.

A Planter and his wife on a journey

Fishing canoe

Map of the United States of America : with the contiguous British and Spanish possessions /

Map of the United States of America : with the contiguous British and Spanish possessions /

[Suruga no Kuni zu].

Tamaya uchi koshikibu

Wakamizu no fukucha

The eldest son of Judge Breckenridge

Andrew Jackson to James Camp, October 23, 1816

Sketch of the action fought near Bladensberg [i.e. Bladensburg], August 24th, 1814 /

Frontispiece / Howitt.

A statement of the amounts of internal duties imposed by the United States, (excepting those on household furniture, on watches, and om stamps) paid by each person in the 18th collection district of Massachussetts, during the year 1815. [Boston

Thomas Jefferson to Isaac Briggs, February 27, 1816

Thomas Jefferson to John S. Barnes, October 12, 1816

Advertising circular noting that cases will be accepted against the government for loss of any property due to military action

Hone's view of the Regent's bomb, now uncovered, ...

W. G. Worthington to Unknown, July 10, 1816.

Andrew Jackson to John Caffery, July 15, 1816

Spanish North America, southern part /

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Delaplaine, July 26, 1816, with Extracts of Washington, Burwell, and Tatham Letters, Diary Extracts, and Peyton Randolph Biography

George Graham to Andrew Jackson, July 16, 1816

Articles of agreement between The United States of America and the Chiefs of the Creek Nation. July 18, 1816

Thomas Jefferson to James Mease, August 17, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Pritchett & Shall, February 19, 1816

Thomas L. Harman, February 2, 1816

Thomas Jefferson to George Logan, June 20, 1816

James Madison to Lowndes, October 16, 1816.

George Graham to Andrew Jackson, October 31, 1816

William Lawrence to Stephen Harriman Long, October 4, 1816

Richard M. Johnson to James Madison. 1816.

In the Supreme court of the United States. February sessions, 1816. J. & E. Frink, Plaintiffs in error, vs. The United States. No. 60. Writ of error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Connecticut. Statement on the part

Charles Morris to Eleazar Wheelock Ripley, December 11, 1816

St. George Tucker to Robert G. Scott, March 15, 1816.

In the Supreme court of the United States. February sessions 1816. John Sloocum, plaintiff in error, vs. Freeman Maberry, and others, defendants in error. No. 5. Writ of error to the Supreme court of the State of Rhode Island ... [1816].

Hottinguer & Company to David B. Warden, July 9, 1816

Hon. Theophilus Parsons, late Chief Justice of Massachusetts / Stewart pinxt. ; Leney sculpt.

View from the hill at Bordentown / Lawrence pinxt. ; Goodman & Piggot sc.

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