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Andrew Jackson to E. H. & C. H. James, July 8, 1836

Carey A. Harris to Unknown, July 30, 1836

To the Editor of the Assembly Chamber, Albany 1836. Please send your paper, directed to a member of the Assembly, during the present session .... Clerk of Assembly. [Albany, 1836].

John Coburn to Andrew Jackson, May 14, 1836

James Madison to Robertson, May 23, 1836.

Andrew Jackson to Emily Ward, December 24, 1836

Andrew Jackson to William A. Williams, December 17, 1836

Andrew Jackson to Enoch Tucker, December 7, 1836

James Madison to Darius Darling, March 4, 1836.

J. Lutz to Andrew Jackson, April 5, 1836

Andrew Jackson to James Cuthbert, October 24, 1836

Arrangements for laying the Corner Stone of Jackson City. The stone will be held laid this day, at 12 o'clock, by the President of the United States. ... January 8th, 1836.

William P. McKelden to Andrew Jackson, May 7, 1836

Democratic ticket. Liberty & equal rights

The tourist's guide through the states of Maryland, Delaware and part of Pennysylvania & Virginia with the routes to their springs &c. /

Map showing the lands assigned to emigrant Indians west of Arkansas and Missouri.

Andrew Jackson to Sarah Yorke Jackson, March 23, 1836

Lewis Horn to Andrew Jackson, June 17, 1836

Andrew Jackson to Andrew Jackson Donelson, May 9, 1836

Andrew Jackson to James Cuthbert, November 9, 1836

John C. Payne to J. M. Hite, September 17, 1836.

By his Excellency, Thomas W. Veanzey, Governor of Maryland. A proclamation ... do appoint and proclaim Monday, the 21st of November, instant, as the time of the next meeting of the General Assembly ... Given under my hand and seal ... this eight

James Madison to Thomas H. Clay, December 16, 1836.

William P. McKelden to Andrew Jackson, April 23, 1836

William Bainbridge, U.S.N. / painted by J.W. Jarvis ; engd by G. Parker.

Grand match between the Kinderhook poney and the Ohio ploughman

High places in government like steep rocks only accessible to eagles and reptiles

A gone case. A scene in Wall-Street

James Madison, 4th president of the United States

New standard of justice

Poblanas / C. Nebel, del., E. Lassalle, Lith.

American white pelican (pelicanu americanus), and male adult / drawn from nature by J.J. Audubon, F.R.S. F.L.S. ; engraved, printed, & coloured by R. Havell, 1836.

Carte des États-unis d'Amérique.

Chinowa no fuji

Nihonbashi yukibare

M. Bowen to Sarah Yorke Jackson, May 7, 1836

Andrew Jackson to Joseph Boulanger, February 2, 1836

Andrew Jackson to Washington D. C. Metropolis Bank

Plan of the city of Baltimore

Andrew Jackson to Andrew Jackson Donelson, May 14, 1836

Andrew Jackson to James Cuthbert, December 6, 1836

Richard Brown

Andrew Jackson to E. Young, July 8, 1836

Surely, Love is between us

Topographical map of the city and county of New-York, and the adjacent country : with views in the border of the principal buildings, and interesting scenery of the island.

James Madison to George B. Graham, June 22, 1836. Committee of the Erodelphian Society of Miami University.

John C. Payne to Thomas W. White, December 21, 1836.

Andrew Jackson to Washington D. C. Metropolis Bank, April 4, 1836

Washington D. C. Metropolis Bank to Andrew Jackson, May 9, 1836

[Title page and frontis. of The Stranger's Gift, Boston, 1836 (Hermann Bokum, ed.): frontis, showing children around tree lighted with candles on table full of toys; titled "Christmas Eve"]

William P. McKelden to Andrew Jackson, April 9, 1836

James Madison to William C. Rives, January 26, 1836.

[Political cartoon showing Van Buren racing on a hog; below is Democratic ticket of Van Buren and Johnson and Ohio Electors - 1836]

[Title page and frontis. of The Stranger's Gift, Boston, 1836 (Hermann Bokum, ed.)]

Andrew Jackson to William A. Williams, December 30, 1836

Andrew Jackson to Andrew Jackson, Jr., December 21, 1836

James Madison to Benjamin King, May 28, 1836.

E. Dyer to Andrew Jackson, June 16, 1836

Andrew Jackson to Amos Kendall, June 24, 1836

James Madison to George Tucker, June 27, 1836.

Andrew Jackson to Amos Kendall, August 12, 1836

Mary Barker to Andrew Jackson, November 28, 1836

Andrew Jackson to George Thomas, October 28, 1836

Andrew Jackson to Amos Kendall, September 5, 1836

James Madison to L. R. Bailey, January 5, 1836.

William Marshall et al. to R. Boone, January 30, 1836

Andrew Jackson to James Cuthbert, November 16, 1836

Democratic ticket. Going the whole hog

[Political cartoon showing Webster, Harrison, White, and Van Buren riding hogs; below is Democratic ticket of Van Buren and Johnson and Ohio Electors - 1836]

Spirit of the times

View of the great conflagration of Dec. 16th and 17th, 1835; from Coenties Slip

To the Honorable Senate and the House of representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The undersigned, citizens of Massachusetts, respectfully represent that they have reason to believe that the foreign slave trade is now carried on to

Mikiri no fuji

The laws of etiquette; or, Short rules and reflections for conduct in society.

Andrew Jackson to Joseph Boulanger, May 17, 1836

Andrew Jackson to Henry Toland, October 14, 1836

James Madison to Benjamin Watkins Leigh, March, 1836.

Massacre of the Whites by the Indians and Blacks in Florida

Andrew Jackson to James Cuthbert, December 24, 1836

Jinnoowine [i.e. "genuine"] Johnson ticket. "Carrying the war into Africa"

Robert Keyworth to Sarah Yorke Jackson, May 18, 1836

Thomas H. Jacobs to Andrew Jackson, June 30, 1836

Reiff & Hume to Andrew Jackson, August 13, 1836

A Democratic voter

John C. Payne to Richard Smith, November 21, 1836.

John Mills to Andrew Jackson, Jr., March 15, 1836

A. Coyle to Sarah Yorke Jackson, March 23, 1836

Ooigawa okegoe no fuji

To the ladies of Columbus. The late excitement in the Indian nation, having compelled the unfortunate inhabitants to abondon their homes, in such haste as to deprive them of the power of furnishing themselves with the necessities of life- and we

Cherokee Treaty Fragment

Carey A. Harris to Andrew Jackson Donelson, July 20, 1836

Andrew Jackson to Ralph Eleazer Whiteside Earle, July 4, 1836

Felix Grundy to John Campbell, July 27, 1836

Advertisement. This is to give notice, that houses can be preserved from fires without great expense, by painting them with a composition lately discovered, which not only hinders them from being burned, but also extinguishes the flames ... The

Andrew Jackson to E. Young, July 4, 1836

Andrew Jackson to Enoch Tucker & Company, January 4, 1836

Andrew Jackson to Joseph Boulanger, March 3, 1836

Andrew Jackson to C. P. White, February 21, 1836

Lewis Horn to Andrew Jackson, Jr., April 25, 1836

Unknown, April 14, 1836