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The Right Hon. Henry Robert Stewart, Lord Viscount Castlereagh, M.R.I.A. & F.R.S. / from an original picture by T. Lawrence, Esq. R.A. ; drawn by W. Evans ; engraved by H. Meyer.

[John Sherman, head-and-shoulders portrait, full face]

Robert Carter Nicholas, Senator from Louisiana

Hon. Cadwallader D. Colden Esqr. / Painted by Waldo & Jewett ; Eng by A. B. Durand.

The lament of the Irish emigrant - a ballad - poetry by the hon. Mrs. Price Blackwood

[Solomon Weathersbee Downs, half-length portrait, three-quarters to the left]

[Richard Yates, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left]

[Stephen Arnold Douglas, head-and-shoulders portrait, slightly to left]

[William Upham, head-and-shoulders portrait, slightly to the left, eyes front]

[George Wallace Jones, half-length portrait, three-quarters to left, eyes front, with beard]

[Jeremiah Clemens, half-length portrait, facing front]

[Truman Smith, half-length portrait, facing left, wearing spectacles]

[R.M.T. Hunter, half-length portrait, three-quarters to the left]

[Levi Woodbury, half-length portrait, head three-quarters to the right]

[George Edmund Badger, half-length portrait, facing three-quarters to the left]

[Daniel Dickinson, head-and-shoulders portrait, slightly to the left, facing front]

John Sherman

[Thomas George Pratt, half-length portrait, slightly to left]

[Stephen Arnold Douglas, head-and-shoulders portrait, slightly to left]

Hon. Charles Francis Adams

Rev. Eleazar Williams

Hon. Ira Harris

Hon. Albert G. Brown of Miss.

Rev. Thompson

Rev. Sewell

Hon. Theodore Frelinghuysen of N.J.

Hon. Edwin M. Stanton

Hon. Wm. Alexander Richardson of Ill.

Hon. Schuyler Colfax of Ind.

Hon. David C. Broderick of Cal.

Hon. Isaac Toucey

Hon. Daniel Clark of N.H.

Hon. John R. Thomson of N.J.

Rev. J. Miller

Rev. Sawyer

Hon. George M. Bibb of Ky

Rev. Clark

Hon. Alfred Iverson of GA.

Hon. A.S. White

Rev. Kelsey

Hon. Montgomery P. Blair

Rev. W.H. McAllister

Hon. Ben. F. Wade of Ohio

Hon. Chas. R. Train of Mass

Rev. Potter

Rev. Thompson

Hon. Alexander Ramsey

Rev. Murray

Rev. S.A. Crane

Rev. T.L. Cuyler

Hon. J.A. Gilmer of N.C.

Rev. Kelsey

Hon. Morton Smith Wilkinson of Minn.

Hon. J.G. Scott

Rev. S.B. Mauser

Rev. E.S. McKolson

Hon. Joseph Washington McClurg

Hon. Jno. Covode of PA.

Hon. Geo. Read Riddle

Rev. W. Windeger

Rev. H[?] Alexander

Rev. Jagger

Hon. Gerrit Smith of N.Y.

Rev. J.H. Price

Hon. John Young Brown of Ky

Rev. Wm. E. Wyatt

Rev. Montgomery

Rev. C.T. Quintard

Hon. Silas Wright of N.Y.

Hon. Horatio Seymour

Hon. Henry Winter [?] Davis of Md.

Rev. E.M. Pett [?]

Hon. Asahel Wheeler Hubbard of Iowa

Hon. Thurlow Weed

Rev. Houghton

Rev. Thompson

Hon. Chas. B. Hoard of N.Y.

Rev. W. Holston

Hon. Wm. Porcher Miles of S.C.

Hon. Rice

Rev. E.L. James

Hon. John B. Henderson

Rev. McClintock

Hon. Henry Wilson

Rev. Muhlenberg

Hon. W.G. Steele of N.J.

Hon. Thurlow Weed

Rev. Francis L. Hawks

Rev. J.W. Dunn

Rev. Hopkins

Rev. E.O. Flagg

Hon. J.W. Forney

Rev. A.B. Patterson

Rev. H[?] Alexander

Hon. Gerrit Smith of N.Y.

Hon. John Snyder Carlile of Va.

Hon. John L. N. Stratton

Hon. Charles Sumner of Mass

Hon. Gerrit Smith of N.Y.

Hon. Abram Wakeman

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