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Thomas Jefferson to Charles Wilson Peale, February 15, 1824

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, July 10, 1824

The two circulars, ornamented with notes. John W. Taylor's circular, General M'Arthur's circular and Notes by Philo-Taylor. Washington City June 1824.

James Madison to Horatio Gates Spafford, May 1, 1824. Partly Illegible.

Thomas Washington to Andrew Jackson, June 26, 1824

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas W. White, January 7, 1824, in French

Anti-Jackson ticket. For representatives, Isaac H. Townsend, Philip S. Galpin ... [between 1824 and 1836?].

James Madison to Moses Dawson, September 25, 1824.

[Design drawing for a fireplace stove. Front and top]

The danciad; or, Dancer's monitor. Being a descriptive sketch in verse, on the different styles and methods of dancing quadrilles, waltzes, country dances, &c. &c. ... Together with observations on the laws regarding dancing, with extracts from the Acts of Parliament relating thereto.

Thomas Jefferson to Francis W. Gilmer, April 26, 1824. Copy of the Power of Attorney.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, September 3, 1824.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, November 15, 1824.

James Wilkinson to Thomas Jefferson, March 21, 1824, Cover of Package

The politician. Dr. Benj. Franklin / painted by S. Elmer A. ; engraved by T. Ryder.

Slave market at Rio Janeiro [sic] / drawn by Augs. Earle ; engraved by Edwd. Finden.

Thomas Jefferson to Richard Rush, October 13, 1824

George Brown to Andrew Jackson, January 19, 1824

[Illustration showing men pulling cart with barrel, with surrounding text]

[Design drawing for stove. Front]

James Barbour to James Madison, November 14, 1824.

Jackson Delegate ticket. [1824.].

James Madison to James Monroe, January 31, 1824.

James Madison. List of documents showing causes of reversing the old federal system. 1824.

James Madison to W. Marshall, September 18, 1824.

Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, March 27, 1824

[Design drawing for a fireplace stove. Front and top]

A caucus held at Albany on sunday evening April 11th. 1824 by the N.Y. city members

James Madison to John Pool, September 24, 1824.

[Design drawing for a stove. Front, side, and top]

John Cartwright to Thomas Jefferson, February 29, 1824

New York, November 19, 1824. The following is the substance of a trial of Messrs William & P. C. Smith for a conspiracy against Mr. Abraham Paul, as published in the New-York papers during the present week .... New York 1824.

James Madison to James B. Pleasants, March 11, 1824.

To the voters of the second electoral district of Maryland composed of Calvert, a part of Prince George's & Montgomery counties. Fellow-Citizens. The time will soon arrive when you will feel it to be your bounden duty calmly and deliberately to

James Monroe to James Madison, December 9, 1824.

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas G. Watkins, October 16, 1824

To the friends of our country. [Alabama 1824?]

Andrew Jackson to William Gibbes Hunt, October 10, 1824

To Irishmen and adopted citizens. to the Public [Opposing the election of Dr. Joel B. Sutherland] [Signed] An Irishman. October 9, 1823.

James Madison, Jr. to Augustus B. Woodward, September 11, 1824

Jared Whitney to Rachel Jackson, December 15, 1824

The People's Ticket, for President - Wm. H. Crawford ...

Our country . . . home industry

Thomas Jefferson to Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette, October 9, 1824

Marks to find the Blonde Rock dangerously situated between Copper's Island and Dead Chest in the passage to Tortola, H.M. Ship Forte, 1824.

Republican anti-caucus ticket. For President John Quincy Adams for Vice-President, some tried and approved patriot ...

James Madison to William S. Stone, April 30, 1824. Fragment. On verso of James Madison to James Monroe dated April 30, 1824.

Thomas Jefferson to Andre Etienne Ferussac, 1824

James Madison to James Strong, May 8, 1824.

[Design drawing for a fireplace stove. Front and top]

Sandaime Onoe Kikugorō no Ōboshi Yuranosuke

Thomas Jefferson to Jacob Engelbrecht, February 25, 1824

James Madison to Unknown (N. York?), December 22, 1824. Fragment.

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Jefferson Grotjan, January 10, 1824

Thomas Jefferson to Gulian C. Verplanck, June 7, 1824

Thomas Jefferson to Henry Lee, Jr., September 6, 1824

Plano de la quebrada y caleta de Quilca, situado el punto X en la latitud sur 16⁰42ʹ30ʹ [sic] y en la longitud de 66⁰11ʹ00ʺ ocidental de Cádiz /

Thomas Jefferson to Timothy Alden, February 14, 1824

[United States Capitol grounds, Washington, D.C. Plan of Capitol grounds]

Map of the country contiguous to the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal /

Demand twelve and a half cents in commonwealth's pa- per of

James Monroe to James Madison, May 10, 1824.

Monday after the "Great St. Leger." or Heroes of the turf paying & recieving [sic] at Tattersalls / drawn & engraved by R. Cruikshank.

James Madison to John D. Hunter, October 20, 1824.

Benjamin Franklin - peint d'après nature pour la famille - exposé au Salon de 1779 / Duplessis pinxit ; A. Maurin, lith.

From the New York Statesman, April 21, 1824. The Common law.- The following letter from the learned president of South Carolina College to Counsellor Sampson, will doubtless be read with interest by all who have perused the valuable discourse of

James Madison to David Hosack, December 20, 1824.

David Gelston to James Madison, September 23, 1824.

Tivoli. Le dimanche 22 aout, 1824, grand fete extraordinaire a l'occasion de la Saint-Louis. Ascension en balon, par M. Margat ...

Town representatives. The present election presents a crisis at which it is important that every representative should be faithful to the character and wishes of the people. The citizens of New-Haven are decidedly opposed by a great majority, to

William H. Richardson to Thomas Jefferson et al, March 1, 1824.

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, December 26, 1824

Andrew Jackson to William Hayden, Jr., March 30, 1824

John Griscom to Thomas Jefferson, March 10, 1824

John Quincy Adams to Thomas Jefferson, November 18, 1824

Unknown to Thomas Jefferson, March 21, 1824

James Monroe to James Madison, November 11, 1824.

[Title page - no illus. - from Life and remarkable adventures of Israel R. Potter, Providence, 1824]

To the voters of Baltimore County. Fellow Citizens. Having been announced as an elector of President and Vice-President of the United States, and that annunciation being approved of by respectable meetings in the County, I did not consider it ne

September 30, 1824. Copy of a covenant between Francis W. Gilmer and George Long regarding the University of Virginia.

Plan of the city of Hartford : from a survey made in 1824 /

N. Adams to Andrew Jackson, October 15, 1824

Baika saru hiku musume

Andrew Jackson to Rachel Donelson Jackson, April 27, 1824

James Madison to George Graham, March 27, 1824.

Order of exercises for the celebration of the] forty-eighth anniversary of American independence, July - 1824. [Newburyport, Mass.] W. & J. Gilman, printers [1824].

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, August 8, 1824

Peleg Barlow, September 7, 1824, Clippings on Dropsy

Thomas Jefferson to James Gibbon, September 12, 1824

L'intérieur et l'extérieur d'un bayair "Couronne de Charles X" / Pav Braun, professeur de langue allemande à l'école Royal polytechnique, a Paris, rue neuve des petits champa, VCo. 17.

Gate & slave market at Pernambuco / drawn by Augs. Earle ; engraved by Edwd. Finden.

Andrew Jackson to Decker & Dyer, June 24, 1824

Thomas Jefferson to Charles J. Ingersoll, October 27, 1824

San Cristovaõ / drawn by Maria Graham ; engraved by Edwd. Finden.

Edward Livingston to Thomas Jefferson, November 29, 1824, Printed Circular on Penal Law for the State of Louisiana

Thomas Jefferson to Robert Hare, April 10, 1824

Cover Sheet, October 1824, Cover Sheet for Missing Speech

Jesse Benton

A Solemn warning to dancers.

Federal republican meeting. On Tuesday evening last, a very full meeting of the Federal electors of the City of Boston, constituted by a large deputation from each ward, was holden for the purpose of taking such measures as should be deemed expe