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Mr. Alexander Pope

Advertisement of great importance to the public. The specious reason assigned by Alexander Robertson, in Mr. Gaine's last paper, relative to his attempting to introduce into this City certain goods therein mentioned contrary to the agreement sub

To the public [acknowledgement of William Semple, Alexander Bartram, James Stuart, Robert Wilson that they have violated the non-importation agreement] Signed Philadelphia June 30, 1770. These are to certify that we did sign the above acknowledg

To the freeholders, freemen, and inhabitants of the City of New-York; and particularly to our steady friends and associates, the children and negroes of the said City. The petition of Isaac Sheer-off, Alexander M'Doubtful, Peter Vander-fight-not

Alexander Leslie to Earl Charles Cornwallis, November 4, 1780

One thousand-acre Virginia land grant to Alexander Breckinridge

Thomas Jefferson to Louis Alexander, May 31, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander McCaul, February 19, 1787

Alexander McCaul to Thomas Jefferson, August 14, 1788

Armand-Marc, Comte de Montmorin-Saint-Herem to Thomas Jefferson, March 6, 1788, Impressment and Imprisonment of American Seaman Alexander Gross; in French

Alexander McCaul to Thomas Jefferson, June 25, 1789

Extracts from "Remarks addressed to the electors of the State of New York. In the year 1792 certain affidavits made by Daniel M'Cormick and Alexander M'Comb, intended as an exculpation of the late Governor Clinton from the charge of having speci

Remarks addressed to the electors of the State of New-York. In the year 1792 certain affidavits made by Daniel M'Cormich and Alexander M'Comb, intended as an exculpation of the late Governor Clinton from the charge of having speculated in the pu

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Donald, April 11, 1790

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Martin, March 26, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Martin, July 2, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Donald, November 23, 1791, Fragment

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Donald, June 8, 1792

Alexander Spotswood to James Madison, May 1, 1792.

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Donald, August 22, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander S. Glass, September 10, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Donald, 1793, Fragment

Alexander White to James Madison, May 19, 1794.

Alexander White to James Madison, April 26, 1794.

Eli Alexander to Thomas Jefferson, April 1795

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander White, September 12, 1797

Alexander White to Thomas Jefferson, December 5, 1800

Thomas Jefferson to Amos Alexander, December 26, 1800

Kingdoms of the successors of Alexander : after the Battle of Ipsus, B.C. 301. /

Thomas Jefferson to Amos Alexander, June 13, 1800

The murder at Fall River. Alexander B. Beard, author. West Manchester. N. H. [18--?].

Thomas Jefferson to King Alexander, May 3, 1801

William Thornton, Alexander White, and Tristam Dalton, Commissioners to Thomas Jefferson, December 4, 1801

Alexander White, Commissioner to Thomas Jefferson, June 12, 1801

Levi Lincoln to Alexander J. Dallas, March 25, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Andrew Alexander, January 5, 1801

William Thornton, Alexander White, and Tristam Dalton, Commissioners to Thomas Jefferson, June 17, 1801

William Thornton, Alexander White, and Tristam Dalton, Commissioners to Thomas Jefferson, October 3, 1801

Alexander White to Thomas Jefferson, September 14, 1801

William Thornton, Alexander White, and Tristam Dalton, Commissioners to John Johnson, October 17, 1801

Alexander White and Tristam Dalton, Commissioners to William Rhodes, December 10, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to William Thornton, Alexander White, and Tristam Dalton, Commissioners, September 3, 1801

Alexander G. Outlaw to Unknown, March 22, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander White, July 5, 1802

Alexander White and Tristam Dalton, Commissioners to Thomas Jefferson, January 22, 1802

William Thornton and Alexander White, Commissioners to Thomas Jefferson, June 1, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander White, April 14, 1802

William Thornton, Alexander White, and Tristam Dalton, Commissioners to William Rhodes, January 5, 1802

Alexander White and Tristam Dalton, Commissioners to Thomas Jefferson, February 11, 1802

[Map of a portion of Feliciana District, Spanish West Florida, along Alexander Creek and Bayou Tasa].

Panoramic view of St. Petersburg, dedicated by permission to his Imperial Majesty Alexander 1st. by his much obliged humble servant J.A. Atkinson / drawn on the spot by J.A. Atkinson, from the observatory of the Academy of Sciences.

Thomas Jefferson to Nathaniel Alexander, May 22, 1807

Nathaniel Alexander to Thomas Jefferson, July 14, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander I of Russia, August 29, 1808, Draft

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander I of Russia, August 29, 1808

Seneca Chief Sagona Ha to Reverend Alexander, May 1811, Printed Speech

A.C. Cazenove to Alexander J. Dallas, October 31, 1814.

Nathan Lufborough to Alexander J. Dallas, October 17, 1814. Memorandum.

Alexander Wilson

O. B. Walback to M. Alexander, March 26, 1814

Alexander Wilson, author of the American Ornithology, native of Paisley, Scotland died 1813 aged 45 / drawn & engraved by J.J. Barralet.

Alexander Cochrane, April 2, 1814

Alexander Cochrane to Andrew Jackson, February 13, 1815

Alexander James Dallas to Andrew Jackson, March 14, 1815

William Moulder, August 28, 1815. Sworn statement from Nicholas Kosloff regarding the Aug. 25, 1815 attack upon him from James Alexander.

Alexander James Dallas to James Winchester, May 22, 1815

Alexander James Dallas to Jacob Brown, May 22, 1815

William Allen Trimble to Alexander James Dallas, August 16, 1815

Jacob Brown to Alexander James Dallas, June 21, 1815

Alexander Fulton Cochrane to Andrew Jackson, August 5, 1816

Thomas Jefferson to George Alexander Otis, July 8, 1820

Alexander Garrett to Thomas Jefferson, 1821

Alexander A. White to Andrew Jackson, December 10, 1824

Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Smyth, January 17, 1825

Masters of vessels as well as others therein concerned, are required to make themselves properly acquainted with, and in all cases to act in due conformity with the following port regulations ... Samuel Alexander, Harbour master. at Port Warden'

(Engineer orders No. 5.) Engineer department, Washington, May 28, 1828 ... Alexander Macomb. Major General, Chief engineer of the United States.

James Madison to Alexander Garrett, December 11, 1828.

William Alexander et al. to Andrew Jackson, June 4, 1828

Alexander Garrett to James Madison, August 3, 1829.

Alexander Garrett to James Madison, January 10, 1829.

Andrew Jackson Donelson to Alexander Pillavoine, September 15, 1829

Alexander Garrett to James Madison, January 25, 1830.

James Madison to William Alexander Duer, May 29, 1835.

[Alexander Melville Bell and David Charles Bell, three-quarter length portrait, seated]

A proclamation by Alexander G. McNutt, Governor of the state of Mississippi. Whereas, it is provided in the 9th section of the "Act supplementary to an act to incorporate the subscribers to the Mississippi Union Bank," approved Feb. 15, 1838, "T

Eene aangezigtspyn-phantasie van Alexander V.H. / Steendr. v.: P. Blommers ; Lithogr. C.C.A. Last.

Alexander Mouton to Andrew Jackson, May 5, 1843

[Alexander Hugh Holmes Stuart, full-length portrait, standing slightly to the left, one hand resting on the back of a chair; studio background showing prominently]

This sarcophagus was the repository of the remains of the Roman Emperor, Alexander Severus, procured at Beyroot, in Syria, by Commodore Jesse D. Elliott, who brought it to the United States in the year 1839 ... and presented it to the National I

General Taylor's letter of condolence to Henry Clay on his recent distressing bereavement .... Philadelphia. Published by C. Alexander Daily Chronicle Office, Franklin Place 1847.

J. C. Alexander to Andrew Jackson, Jr., February 11, 1848

Alexander P. Dunbar and William W. Bishop to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, June 06, 1849 (Abraham Lincoln in Land Office)

Alexander P. Dunbar to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, May 05, 1849 (Apportionment)

[Unidentified boys, half-length portraits, probably George F. Becker and Alexander Rudolph Becker as children]

[Felix Constantin Alexander Johann Nepomuk Salm-Salm, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing front]

[Alexander Bell, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing front, with hand on table with tablecloth]

[Alexander De Witt, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]

[Baron Alexander von Humboldt, half-length portrait, facing front]

Notice. New-York & Harlem railroad Co. A meeting of the stockholders of this company will be held at their office ... April 22d, 1853 ... By order of the Board of directors, Alexander Kyle, Secretary. Office of the New-York and Harlem railroad c

[Alexander Duff, half-length portrait, three-quarters to right]