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Andrew Jackson, president of the United States / painted by W.J. Hubard ; C.G. Childs Lithr.; drawn by A. Newsam, pupil to C.G. Childs.

St. Philip (or Andrew?)

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[Dr.] Overton to Andrew Jackson

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Hassler to Andrew Jackson

W. Barry to Andrew Jackson

William Berkeley Lewis to Andrew Jackson

S. Jackson to Andrew Jackson

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E. Hickman to Andrew Jackson

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Henderson to Andrew Jackson

New York Jackson Guards to Andrew Jackson

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A. Skinner to Andrew Jackson

Peeler to Andrew Jackson

Horticultural Society to Andrew Jackson

William Berkeley Lewis to Andrew Jackson

Morgan to Andrew Jackson

Legrange College to Andrew Jackson

Pennsylvania Democratic Assembly to Andrew Jackson

James Woods to Andrew Jackson

Hunter to Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson to Samuel L. Swartwout

Andrew Jackson to Mrs. Gillet

Lopez to Andrew Jackson

D. Green to Andrew Jackson

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I. McKeever to Andrew Jackson

William Patterson to Andrew Jackson

Steel to Andrew Jackson

Beckhomon to Andrew Jackson

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Bunker Hill Battle Committee to Andrew Jackson

A. Erwin et al. to Andrew Jackson

Fry to Andrew Jackson

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[Major] Neville to Andrew Jackson

Collet to Andrew Jackson

Richard Rush to Andrew Jackson

W. S. Barnes to Andrew Jackson

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Thomas J. Hough et al. to Andrew Jackson

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Benjamin Franklin Butler to Andrew Jackson

John Mills to Andrew Jackson

J. Catron to Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson to William Berkeley Lewis

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James Knox Polk to Andrew Jackson

James Knox Polk to Andrew Jackson

James Gwenn to Andrew Jackson

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Virginia Society to Andrew Jackson

James Tenner to Andrew Jackson

John Henry Eaton to Andrew Jackson

Mrs. Colston to Andrew Jackson

Pennsylvania Encampment to Andrew Jackson

Roger Brooke Taney to Andrew Jackson

Unknown to Andrew Jackson

J. N. Barker to Andrew Jackson

J. Nicks to Andrew Jackson

Robert Butler to Andrew Jackson

[Dr.] Call to Andrew Jackson

William L. Fulton to Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson to Andrew Jackson, Jr.

A. J. Turner to Andrew Jackson

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James Alexander Hamilton to Andrew Jackson

Portrait of Andrew Jackson

Darius Clagett & Company to Andrew Jackson

Masonic Celebration Committee to Andrew Jackson

John Armstrong to Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson, Jr. to T. Dodson, Jr.

[Church of SS. Claudius and Andrew of the Burgundians, Rome, Italy. Façade. Elevation. Rendering]

Illus. of the Rectifier, in Andrew Wakeley, The Mariner's compass rectified, London, J. Mount and T. Page, 1766

Liberty. Andrew Marschalf declares, that on the morning of this instant, Isaac Sears, came to his father's house, and in his hearing told his father, that if he voted against Mr. Scott, that the Board of Commerce would give him the inspection of

An advertisement having appeared, signed Andrew Marschalk, accusing me the subscriber, of having come to his father's house, and telling him" that if he voted against Mr. Scott, the Board of Commerce, would give him the inspecting of all the flo

New-York, June 21, 1775. The General Committee for the City and County of New-York, having received intelligence that Andrew Tavener, master of the ship Sally arrived ... Newfoundland ... [Theophylact Bache makes sworn affidavit that its destina

Andrew Jackson, May 17, 1786

Andrew Jackson to Waightsell Avery, August 12, 1788

David Allison to Andrew Jackson, November 8, 1790

Andrew Ellicott, Surveyor to Washington, D.C., Commissioners, December 10, 1791

1791 map of District of Columbia, before the city was laid out : showing the main roads (used by President Washington) as surveyed by Andrew Ellicott in 1791-2 and published in Paris, France, in 1815 /

Andrew Ellicott to Thomas Jefferson, November 21, 1791

Andrew Jackson to Robert Barnett, May 21, 1791

William Blount to Andrew Jackson, September 10, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Andrew Ellicott, July 3, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Andrew Ellicott, July 3, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Andrew Ellicott, March 22, 1793

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