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Charles Wollstonecraft to George Thompson Ross, July 5, 1815

Extract from the proceedings of the President and selectmen of the city of Natchez, at their meeting on the 4th April, 1815 ... A. Campbell, City Clerk. [Natchez] J M'Curdy Pr. [1815].

An abstract of the returns made by the commissioners of the City of Philadelphia and the several counties of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in pursuance of a requisition of the Committee of ways and means of the House of representatives of th

Worcester, March 13, 1815. Gentlemen. In congratulating you upon the return of peace with a people whom our government indiscreetly chose to make an enemy, we should most fervently rejoice, could we announce, that the government, and its partiza

State of Connecticut. December 26, 1815. General Orders [regarding the most advisable mode of forming the divisions and brigades of infantry] ... By order of the Captain General Eben Huntington, Adjutant General.

Van Staphorst & Hubbard to Thomas Jefferson, December 31, 1815, Account

St. Jean d' Angeley to James Madison, September 13, 1815. In French.

Thomas Jefferson to John S. Barnes, May 7, 1815

Robert Butler, November 9, 1815

Unknown, February 24, 1815

James Pitot to William Charles Cole Claiborne, February 7, 1815

William Charles Cole Claiborne to Andrew Jackson, April 5, 1815

Religious broadside from Lorenzo Dow

Wooden breast bone, and Jackson's victory. [1815].

Peace between the United States of America and Great-Britain ratified by the President of the United States, February 17, 1815, By Thomas Shaw, of Standish. [Standish? 1815] [Reprinted] on sale at A. J. Huston's Portland. and at all Maine booksh

[Unidentified plan of a portion of Pensacola, Spanish West Florida].

[Unfinished map of Pensacola Bay and Santa Rosa Island].

[Map of area from Pensacola Bay to St. Andrew's Bay, Spanish West Florida].

Map of a part of Pantonia laid out in sections.

L. P. de Benevento to David B. Warden, August 29, 1815, in French

D. McClellan to Unknown, January 11, 1815

Robert McCausland to William Charles Cole Claiborne, January 20, 1815

William Charles Cole Claiborne to Unknown, January 28, 1815

Alexander Cochrane to Andrew Jackson, February 13, 1815

Jean Joseph Amable Humbert to Andrew Jackson, February 5, 1815

William Charles Cole Claiborne to Andrew Jackson, February 1, 1815

William Preston Anderson et al. to Andrew Jackson, June 21, 1815

James Harding to Andrew Jackson, February 13, 1815

Andrew Jackson, January 17, 1815

Alexander James Dallas to Andrew Jackson, March 14, 1815

Thomas Urquhart to John T. Pemberton, March 3, 1815

William Hume to Edward George Washington Butler, May 1, 1815

To the inhabitants of Zanesville. The following is a copy of the will of John M'Intire ... [Zanesville, 1815?].

Thomas H. Boyle to Andrew Jackson, March 22, 1815

Map of the southern part of the state of New York including Long Island, the Sound, the state of Connecticut, part of the state of New Jersey, and islands adjacent : compiled from actual late surveys /

Battle of Niagara from a sketch by Major Riddle / Strickland sc.

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. South wing, section]

[Cut] Peace on honorable terms to America. Signed by our commissioners at Ghent, Dec. 24, 1814-- Prince Regent, Dec. 28,-- Ratified by the President and Senate, of the United States, Feb. 17, 1815. [Two columns of verse] Boston Printed by Nathan

The complete system of English country dancing, containing all the figures ever used in English country dancing, with a variety of new figures, and new reels ...

Wild cassia near Bridge Tavn(?), west of Sp[anish] T[own]--February 8, 1815


America guided by wisdom An allegorical representation of the United States depicting their independence and prosperity / / Drawn by John J. Barralett ; engraved by B. Tanner.

Capture of the city of Washington




The old maid and her tom cat / [G. Cruikshank].

On Washington's birthday, and the restoration of peace. February 22, 1815. Tune. "Ye Mariners of England." Wm. D. Allen & Co., Printers, Newburyport, [1815?]

State of New-Hampshire. By His excellency the Governor. A proclamation ... ] appoint Thursday, the thirteenth day of April next, to be observed in this state, as a day of publick fasting, humiliation, and prayer ... Given at the Council Chamber,

To the "Natchez Volunteer Rifle Corps." Attention! ... Our late brave and beloved Chief the immortal Jackson, it is understood, is approaching near our city on his way to Tennessee, and it is confidently believed, that the "Natchez, Volunteer Ri

Jean Joseph Amable Humbert to Thomas Langford Butler

George Thompson Ross to Charles Wollstonecraft, July 12, 1815

[Seascape with ships]

Treaty of peace. Argus Office. Portland, Feb. 22, 1815.

State of Louisiana. Militia general orders Headquarters, January 26, 1815. The governor and commander in chief congratulates the militia of the state on the expulsion of the enemy who had so daringly invaded our soil and threatened our capital .

John Rhea to James Madison, November 24, 1815.

Baring Brothers & Co. to Jacob Barker, October 12, 1815.

Thomas Jefferson to Louis H. Girardin, March 27, 1815

William Berkeley Lewis to Andrew Jackson, May 14, 1815

H. F. Fletcher to Robert Hays, June 13, 1815

Turner Brashears, December 12, 1815

Rachel Donelson Jackson to James MacDonald, December 1, 1815

Andrew Jackson to Samuel N. Green, January 19, 1815

Andrew Jackson to Bennett Smith, January 31, 1815

Andrew Jackson to William Charles Cole Claiborne, January 26, 1815

John Miks to Unknown, April 20, 1815

Andrew Jackson to McKiernan & Stout, February 7, 1815

Andrew Jackson to John Lambert, February 26, 1815

George Graham to Edmund Pendleton Gaines, October 24, 1815

James Murphy to Francisco Fio, January 16, 1815

M. Costrio to Joseph Bougy, February 1, 1815

Louis Louaillier, March 5, 1815

Louisiana Legislature resolutions March 31, 1815

Crawford, September 30, 1815. List of Appointments for Army Doctors.

A. J. Dallas to James Madison, January 30, 1815.

John Taylor to James Madison, January 4, 1815.

David Bannister Morgan to Robert Butler, January 22, 1815

James Harding, February 13, 1815

William Gray to William Eustis, January 10, 1815.

Thomas Jefferson to Louis H. Girardin, January 15, 1815

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, December 22, 1815

Benjamin W. Crowninshield to Stephen Decatur, April 29, 1815.

John W. Winn to Andrew Jackson, April 22, 1815

[Cuts] Peace! Peace! Peace between Great-Britain and the United States of America [Two columns of verse] Boston Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street. [1815?]

Celebration of the ratification of the treaty of peace between the United States of America and the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland, at Cambridbe, Feb. 23, 1815. Order of procession ... Order of exercise ... [Cambridge 1815].

Washington /

[Plat of land along the Rio de la Movila near its juncture with Bayou Chataugé].

Plano borrador del Rio y Bahia de Apalachicola para mejor inteligencia de los partes dados en 29 de abril 6 y 8 de mayo de este año /

[Stag looking for its mate]

Le tigre enchainé

Hodges explanation of a hundred magistrates / Rowlandson, del.

Paper hanging 55


3ème et dernière expérience de descente en parachute par Melle. Garnerin, au Champ de Mars, dimanche 21 avril, a son profit

Fidélité et dévouement dédié à la Garde Nationale de Paris : serment prêté par ceux de ses membres qui reçoivents la nouvelle décoration accordée par Sa Majesté ...

Andrew Jackson / drawn from life and engraved by J.B. Longacre.

Gold medal presented to Jackson by Congress

Paper hanging 53


Karasaki no yoru no ame

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