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Scipio accused again; his brother Lucius gives the accounts of Scipio to his accusers

Penitent St. Jerome (recto); Notes and Accounts (verso)

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Captain Snow's scetch of the country by himself, and the best accounts he could receive from the Indian traders.

Annapolis, June 1, 1785. The subscriber, having been duly appointed to succeed the late Mr. Nourse as commissioner to settle the accounts between the United States and the state of Maryland gives notice that all claimants must present their demands at hi

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

Eighteen pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's iron works on the Potomac River

The ever-memorable peace-makers settling their accounts

To the inhabitants of New York, and all the British Colonies, New-York, 20th April 1775. The following very interesting accounts were yesterday received by the Snow Gen Johnson Capt. Dean, in 31 days from England ... [New York 1775].

Letter to Samuel Bean, Deputy Commissary of Musters and Auditor of Accounts [Charleston]

Letter to James Ewing, Auditor of Accounts, Trenton

Map of the progress of His Majesty's armies in New York during the late campaign : illustrating the accounts publish'd in the London Gazette.

Letter to the Comptrollers of the Accounts of the Army

Robert C. Nicholas to Thomas Jefferson, August 24, 1776, Financial Accounts

Letter to the Comptrollers of the Accounts of the Army

Letter to Samuel Bean, Deputy Commissary of Musters and Auditor of Accounts [Charleston]

Thomas Jefferson to Ferdinand Grand, July 22, 1787, Financial Accounts

Day book and ledger page containing a record of slave births and livestock accounts