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The American Magazine

[Untitled, unsigned cuts adorn individual numbers of this magazine. These show an Indian, with an Englishman on one side offering a Bible and some cloth, and a Frenchman on the other side offering gunpowder and a tomahawk. Under are the words "Praevalebit Aequior"]

Map of the maritime parts of Virginia ....

Pennsylvania Magazine or American Monthly Museum

Chamber of supplies, Watertown, June 18, 1775. Gentlemen, The welfare of our country again induces us to urge your exertions in sending to the magazine in this place, what can be procured of the following articles, salt pork, beans, peas, vinega

The seat of action between the British and American forces, or An authentic plan of the western part of Long Island, with the engagement of the 27th August 1776 between the King[']s forces andthe Americans : containing also Staten Island, and the environs of Amboy and New York, with the course of Hudsons River, from Courtland, the great magazine of the American Army, to Sandy Hook.

The seat of action, between the British and American forces; or, An authentic plan of the western part of Long Island, with the engagement of the 27th August 1776 between the King's forces and the Americans: containing also Staten Island, and the environs of Amboy and New York, with the course of Hudsons River, from Courtland, the great magazine of the American Army, to Sandy Hook,

The seat of action between the British and American forces, or An authentic plan of the western part of Long Island, with the engagement of the 27th August 1776 between the King[']s forces andthe Americans : containing also Staten Island, and the environs of Amboy and New York, with the course of Hudsons River, from Courtland, the great magazine of the American Army, to Sandy Hook.

Europe, Asia, Africa and America bringing intelligence to the genius of the London Magazine / desd. drawn and engraved by Bonnor.

The United States magazine for January 1779

Powder magazine in Fort Prevost at Savannah.

portrait from "The lady's poetical magazine, or Beauties of British poetry. [With engravings after Thomas Stothard.]"

portrait from "The lady's poetical magazine, or Beauties of British poetry. [With engravings after Thomas Stothard.]"

portrait from "The lady's poetical magazine, or Beauties of British poetry. [With engravings after Thomas Stothard.]"

portrait from "The lady's poetical magazine, or Beauties of British poetry. [With engravings after Thomas Stothard.]"

portrait from "The lady's poetical magazine, or Beauties of British poetry. [With engravings after Thomas Stothard.]"

portrait from "The lady's poetical magazine, or Beauties of British poetry. [With engravings after Thomas Stothard.]"

[Ornament for the title page of The European magazine showing the goddess Europe shining light on three figures representing America, Africa, and Asia] / Seally script. ; Bayly sculp.

The Massachusetts Magazine, or, Monthly Museum of Knowledge and Rational Entertainment

[Ornament for title page of The Columbian Magazine for the year 1789]

The Genius of the Ladies Magazine, accompanied by the Genius of Emulation, who carries in her hand a laurel crown, approaches Liberty, and kneeeling, presents her with a copy of the Rights of Women

... An act to provide for the erecting and repairing of arsenals and magazine and for other purposes. [Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794].

To the public. At a meeting of the share-holders of the Washington printing and bookselling company, the following gentlemen were appointed a board of directors ... This publication will be entitled The National magazine; or Cabinet of the Unite

Richard Dinmore, May 28, 1801, Circular on the Cabinet and National Magazine

Magazin von verschieden Kunst und andern nüzlichen Sachen... (Magazine of sundry arts and other useful objects...)

Title Page, The Caricature Magazine, or Mirror of Mirth

Title Page, Rowlandson's Caricature Magazine

Title Page, Rowlandson's Caricature Magazine, Vol. 5

Title Page, The Caricature Magazine, or Mirror of Mirth

Title Page, Rowlandson's Caricature Magazine, Vol. 5

Upper Falls of Solomon's Creek (after an Engraving in The Port Folio Magazine, December 1809)

The Falls of Niagara (Copy after an Engraving in The Port Folio Magazine, March 1810)

The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia (Copy after an Engraving in The Port Folio Magazine, June 1809)

map from "The earthquake of Juan Fernandez, as it occurred in the year 1835 ... To which is added, a refutation of several misstatements that have been published in the “Nautical Magazine” of 1837, and the public papers"

map from "The earthquake of Juan Fernandez, as it occurred in the year 1835 ... To which is added, a refutation of several misstatements that have been published in the “Nautical Magazine” of 1837, and the public papers"

The happy family / mezzotint by Sartain expressly for Miss Leslie's Magazine.

The Harper Establishment, or How the Story Books are Made. Harper's Story Books

... This new magazine has rapidly risen in favor, and its success is established beyond contigency .... The publication began in November, 1857. Terms $3 per annum, payable in advance. Fairmen & McFarlane, subscription agents for Philadel

[The magazine at Old Fort Annapolis Royal.]

[The magazine at Old Fort Annapolis Royal.]

St. James hotel, Magazine street.

St. James hotel, Magazine street.

New York Coach-Maker's Magazine

Design for the Cover of a Magazine, Valentine's Day Issue

Scenes in Charleston, S.C. [composite of 4 wood engravings]: Tomb of John C. Calhoun, in St. Philip's Churchyard; the old powder magazine, Cumberland Street; the Palmetto Flag; the Palmetto Cockade

Plan of grounds at Fort Norfolk showing location of magazine pier, &c., June 30th, 1860

The Seceding South Carolina Delegation [Photographed by Brady] (from Harper's Weekly, Vol. IV)

Skating on the Ladies' Skating Pond in Central Park, New York (Harper's Weekly, Vol. IV)

Magazine in Fort Brady, James River, Va. near Dutch Gap Canal

Maryland Heights, near Harper's Ferry, New York State Militia

Entrance to magazine, Ft. Brady, James River, Va.

The War – Making Havelocks for the Volunteers (Harper's Weekly, Vol. V)

Entrance to magazine, Ft. Brady, James River, Va.

The Army of the Potomac – A Sharp-Shooter on Picket Duty – From a Painting by Winslow Homer, Esq. (Harper's Weekly, Vol. VII)

The Surgeon at Work at the Rear During an Engagement (Harper's Weekly, Vol. VII)

Illustration for a French fashion magazine

Thanksgiving in Camp (Harper's Weekly, Vol. VII)

The War for the Union, 1862 – A Bayonet Charge (Harper's Weekly, Vol. VII)

[Camp Scene with Soldiers of the 22nd New York State Militia, Harper's Ferry, Virginia]

Siege of Charleston - the magazine of Fort Moultrie exploded by a shell from the grounded MONITOR WEEHAWKEN, Sept. 8, [1863]

manuscript from "The Commercial College Magazine, etc. no. 10. Dec. 1862/Jan. 1863. [With a prospectus of the college.]"

A Night Scout in the Southwest – Surprise of an Outpost, and Survey of the Rebel Guns (from Harper's Weekly)

Christmas Eve, 1862 (from Harper's Weekly)

Santa Claus in Camp (published in Harper's Weekly, January 3, 1863)

Grand Review of the Army of the Potomac – Drawn by Mr. Thomas Nast (from Harper's Weekly)

Emancipation of the Negroes – The Past and the Future (from Harper's Weekly)

cover from "The Commercial College Magazine, etc. no. 10. Dec. 1862/Jan. 1863. [With a prospectus of the college.]"

Santa Claus in Camp (from Harper's Weekly)

Christmas Eve (published Harper's Weekly, January 3, 1863)

The old powder magazine.

A Negro Regiment in Action (from Harper's Weekly)

manuscript from "The Commercial College Magazine, etc. no. 10. Dec. 1862/Jan. 1863. [With a prospectus of the college.]"

The old powder magazine.

Thanksgiving Day in the Army – After Dinner: The Wish-Bone – Drawn by Winslow Homer (Harper's Weekly, Vol. VIII)

Ford, Olmstead & Co. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 06, 1864 (Send magazine with article by Harriet Beecher Stowe)

Army of the Potomac – Sleeping on Their Arms (Harper's Weekly, Vol. VIII)

Lieutenant General Grant at his Headquarters [Photographed by Brady] (from Harper's Weekly)

[Magazine wharf, City Point; January 1865]

City Point, Va. 1865(?). Magazine wharf.

Harper's: August

[Frontis., t.p., and pages 145 to 149 from Riverside Magazine for Young People, vol. 1, no illus.]

[Frontis., t.p., and pages 145 to 149 from Riverside Magazine for Young People, vol. 1, no illus.]

[Frontis., t.p., and pages 145 to 149 from Riverside Magazine for Young People, vol. 1, no illus.]

[Frontis., t.p., and pages 145 to 149 from Riverside Magazine for Young People, vol. 1, no illus.]

[Frontis., t.p., and pages 145 to 149 from Riverside Magazine for Young People, vol. 1, no illus.]

[Frontis., t.p., and pages 145 to 149 from Riverside Magazine for Young People, vol. 1, no illus.]

Sulphur Springs at Richfield, N.Y. In Harpers Magazine several years ago. ; Episcopal Church, Richfield Springs. ; Scene on Schuyler Lake, N.Y. ; Scene on Otsego Lake, N.Y.

Fire-Works on the Night of the Fourth of July – Drawn by Winslow Homer (Harper's Weekly, Vol. XII)

Slavery in Massachusetts. Letter from Mr. Moore. To the editor of the Historical magazine. ... George H. Moore. New York: April 24, 1869.

Publicity photograph of Williams and Walker as published in Metropolitan Magazine, July, 1900, p.86

Publicity photos of (left) Mme. Adeline Dudley as the Sorrowful Mother and Mme. Vera Sergine in the stage production The Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian. The Theatre Magazine, July 1911, pg. 6

Publicity photos of Mme. Ida Rubinstein in the stage production The Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian. The Theatre Magazine, July 1911, pg. 5

Publicity photo of M. Desjardins as the Emperor in the stage production The Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian. The Theatre Magazine, July 1911, pg. 7

map from "Abyssinia Mythical and Historical ... Reprinted from St. James's Magazine. (Illustrated with map of the seventeenth century.)"

A Group of Vultures Waiting for the Storm to "Blow Over"–"Let Us Prey" (from Harper's Weekly)

"What are You Laughing at? To the Victor Belong the Spoils" (from Harper's Weekly)

Around the Council Fire, The Young Brave's Speech (Harper's Weekly, May 10, 1873)

Snap-the-Whip – Drawn by Winslow Homer (Harper's Weekly, Vol. XVII)

The Noon Recess – Drawn by Winslow Homer (Harper's Weekly, Vol. XVII)

On the Beach at Long Branch – The Children's Hour – Drawn by Winslow Homer (Harper's Weekly, Vol. XVIII)