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[Village on the banks of a river] / A. Canal f.

A topographical chart of the bay of Narraganset in the province of New England, with all the isles contained therein, among which Rhode Island and Connonicut have been particularly surveyed, shewing the true position & bearings of the banks, shoals, rocks &c. as likewise the soundings; To which have been added the several works & batteries raised by the Americans. Taken by order of the principal farmers on Rhode Island.

A topographical chart of the bay of Narraganset in the province of New England, with all the isles contained therein, among which Rhode Island and Connonicut have been particularly surveyed, shewing the true position & bearings of the banks, shoals, rocks &c. as likewise the soundings: To which have been added the several works & batteries raised by the Americans. Taken by order of the principal farmers on Rhode Island.

England. Principal front, Bank of England as designed by Sir Robert Taylor ca. 1790

Thomas Jefferson to Henry Banks, July 30, 1806

The battle of Plattsburg. Tune… Banks of the Dee. Together with the Siege of Plattsburg, sung in the character of a black sailor-- Tune, --"Boyn-Tater." Boston. Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly No. 16 Milk Street [1814]

A new chart of the Bahama Banks and Islands with a part of the island of Cuba & coast of East Florida with all the shoals, reefs and banks in its vicinity

Raree - show on the banks of the Mississippi, or The gentle European among the rude sons of nature / Cruikshank del.

Ennion William's reply to John Rowlett's "Caution to Banks," &c. published in the Democratic Press, dated the 14th and 24th inst. in the National Gazette of the 25th, and in the Philadelphia Gazette of the 25th ... Ennion Williams. 11 mo 28, 182

United States Bank, Philadelphia / drawn by C. Burton, N.Y. ; engraved & printed by Fenner, Sears & Co.

Linn Banks to James Madison, August 1, 1834. Madison Co. Virginia Democratic Republicans.

Notice. Bank of the Metroplis, May 12, 1837. Nothwithstanding the information which has reached Washington, of the suspension of specie payments by the banks of New York, as well as some of the banks of Philadelphia and Baltimore, the President

Notice. Bank of Washington, May 12, 1837. Notwithstanding the information which has reached Washington of the suspension of specie payments by the banks of New York, as well as some of the banks of Philadelphia and Baltimore, the President and d

Banque, Bourse et palais du Lord Maire, Londres The bank, the exchange, Mansion House, London / / Tuonra [Arnout spelled backwards] ; dessiné et lith. par Jules Arnout ; imp. par Lemercier à Paris.

Banks of the Jordan April 2nd 1839

A.- No. 10. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act to prohibit unincorporated banks and the passing of tickets. [1846?].

[A young girl holding a doll remembers the revelry during a festival beneath blossoming cherry trees on the banks of a river]

Mrs. N.P. Banks

Gen. N.P. Banks

Mrs. N.P. Banks

Mrs. N.P. Banks

The banks on a "bust"

No. 2, log huts, winter quarters of the Br. N. Am. Boundary Commission on the banks of the Columbia two miles above the Hudson Bay Cos. post at Colville

Office of Allen, Neale & Co. 18 State Street, Boston. Specie and exchange duties ... List of New England banks discredited in Boston. Boston. Jan, 25, 1859 ... Boston. J. E. Farwell & Co., printers, 32 Congress Street [1859].

View of the famous levee of New Orleans, the capital of Louisiana, which commencing 43 miles below passes through the [c]ity forming its chief business depot, and extends 143 miles above, on the banks of the Mississippi / photographed by E.H. Nelson, Jun., N.O.

N.P. Banks

Hon. Nathaniel Prentice Banks of Mass.

Review of the Mass. volunteer militia, at Concord, Sept. 9, 1859, by his excellency (commander in chief) Nathaniel P. Banks / Endicott & Co., lith.

That "Soverign's Boycott," on U.S.

Hon. Nathaniel Prentice Banks of Mass

[Nathaniel P. Banks, three-quarter length portrait, wearing military uniform, standing, with left hand on sword, facing left]

Nathaniel P. Banks to William H. Seward, Wednesday, September 18, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Major General N. P. Banks and staff

Quarterly statement of banks for October 1861. Abstract from the quarterly statements of the several banks of the state of New Jersey filed in the office of the Secretary of State, in pursuance of an act approved March 14, 1860. Trenton. N.J. J.

Nathaniel P. Banks to William H. Seward, Thursday, November 07, 1861 (Telegram reporting Maryland election results)

Nathaniel P. Banks to William H. Seward, Thursday, November 07, 1861 (Telegram reporting Maryland election results)

[Major General N.P. Banks, full-length portrait, standing, facing left]

Gen. N.P. Banks / E. & H.T. Anthony (Firm), 501 Broadway, N.Y.

Arrest of Marshal Kane, at his house in Baltimore, at three o'clock A.M. on Thursday, June 27, by order of Major-General Banks on a charge of treason / from a sketch by our special artist accompanying General Banks' command.

Nathaniel P. Banks to Randolph B. Marcy, Saturday, March 01, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

... Crawford's charge. Culpepper. Va. 1st Brigade, ist Division, Banks' army. August 13th, 1862.

Nathaniel P. Banks to Randolph B. Marcy, Wednesday, March 12, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

[Envelope addressed to Rev. Wm. Banks, Chaplain 4th S.C. Cavalry, (care of Col. Rutledge), Pocotaligo, S.C.; postmarked [Charl]esto[n], S.C.]

Nathaniel P. Banks to Seth Williams, Sunday, March 23, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Nathaniel P. Banks to George B. McClellan, Friday, February 28, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Nathaniel P. Banks, Tuesday, December 23, 1862 (Printed Report)

Nathaniel P. Banks to Randolph B. Marcy, Saturday, March 01, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Nathaniel P. Banks to John G. Nicolay, Monday, January 27, 1862 (Telegram regarding a meeting with Lincoln)

Nathaniel P. Banks to Edwin M. Stanton, Sunday, May 25, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Nathaniel P. Banks to Edwin M. Stanton, Sunday, April 13, 1862 (Telegram reporting death of Gen. Beauregard)

George B. McClellan to Randolph B. Marcy, Friday, March 14, 1862 (Telegram giving orders for Gen. Banks)

Nathaniel P. Banks to Seth Williams, Monday, March 24, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Headquarters of the Union Army commanded by Gen. Grant, on the banks of the Mississippi, near Vicksburg [steamboats in backgrd.]

Texas Coast showing points of occupation of expedition under Maj. Gen. N.P. Banks : Nov'r 1863.

The war in Texas - Brownsville, now occupied by the Army under Major-General N.P. Banks, showing Santa Cruz Ferry / from a sketch by L. Avery.

Nathaniel P. Banks to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, September 09, 1863 (Cover letter)

[Three sketches on one sheet of fortifications, roads and streams in the vicinity of Salem Church and Banks Ford in the battle of Chancellorsville, May 1863].

Atlantic Building, [Providence, Rhode Island]

The Banks expedition--scene on the hurricane deck of the U.S. transport North Star--the soldiers of the 41st Mass. Regiment writing home to their friends upon their arrival at Ship Island, Gulf of Mexico / from a sketch by our special artist, F.H. Schell.

Sketch of Banks Ford.

Landing of General Banks's expedition on Brazos Santiago, Texas, on November 2, 1863 / sketched by a staff officer.

The war in Louisiana--the Battle of Pleasant Hill, between General Banks and the rebel General Dick Taylor, April 9 / from a sketch by our special artist, C. E. H. Bonwell. - The war in Louisiana--Battle of Wilson's Plantation, between Gen. Lee and the rebel Gen. Green, April 7. - The war in Louisiana--Battle of Mansfield, between Gen. Banks and General Dick Taylor, April 8.

Executive mansion. Washington, D. C., Dec. 2, 1864. Major General Banks. I know you are dissatisfied, which pains me very much; but I wish not to be argued with further ... I have told you why I cannot order Gen. Canby from the Department of the

Abraham Lincoln to Nathaniel P. Banks, Sunday, January 31, 1864 (Loyalty oath in Louisiana)

Great Copperhead Jubilee! On the banks of Salt River!

Nathaniel P. Banks to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, November 14, 1864 (Requests extended leave)

Fredericksburg, Virginia. House badly shelled on the banks of the Rappahannock

Nathaniel P. Banks, Tuesday, March 29, 1864 (Printed general orders)

The war in Louisiana - Banks's army, in the advance of Shreveport, crossing Cane River, March 31 / sketched by our [artis]t, C.E.H. Bonwill.

Engine "Government" [Commodore?] down the "banks" near Brandy, April 1864

[Published letter to General Banks from Lincoln.]

Banks, Hon. N.P.

[Richmond, Va. Ruined buildings on banks of the Canal Basin]

Banks, Hon. Nathaniel Prentice of Mass. General in Union Army

Nathaniel P. Banks to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 06, 1865 (Telegram acknowledging receipt of Lincoln's telegram)

Lyman Trumbull to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 09, 1865 (Sends General Banks' statement to Judiciary Committee)

Banks Hon. Nathaniel Prentice of Mass (general in Union Army)

Broadway & Bank of the Republic New York City

Broadway, Instantaneous

Broadway and the Bank of the Republic, New York City, New York Stacy

Banks Hon. Nathaniel Prentice of Mass (general in Union Army)

City of Atlanta, Ga., no. 2 / Photo from nature by G. N. Barnard.

The Elkhorn Club on the banks of the Platte

St. John's Church, north side, Race St. between 5th & 6th Sts. State House. Bank of Pennsylvania, Dock St., front

Beyrout. Khan Antonin Bey--Ottoman Bank / Bonfils.

Office of Jay Cooke & Co. Subscription agents for national loan, No. 114 South Third Street. Philadelphia, August 17th, 1871. Dear Sir: Our general circular to National Banks, issued on the 12th inst., informed you that the remaining one hundred

[Bookplate of English author, Mrs. G. Linnaeus Banks]

[One of four bookplate designs for English author, Mrs. G. Linnaeus Banks]

[One of four bookplate designs for English author, Mrs. G. Linnaeus Banks]

[One of four bookplate designs for English author, Mrs. G. Linnaeus Banks]

[One of four bookplate designs for English author, Mrs. G. Linnaeus Banks]

[Several people posed for a portrait in a ferry and standing on the banks of a river at the terminal]

Lost in the fog on the banks of Newfoundland / drawn by M.J. Burns.

Henry W. Banks Davis, R.A.

New York City, Irish depositors of the Emigrant Savings Bank withdrawing money to send to their suffering relatives in the old country

Clearing the track - on the banks in a fog / from a painting by M.J. Burns.

Bank of Montreal, The

Bank of Montreal, The

[The Agricultural Bank] / Abdullah Frères, Phot., Constantinople.

Broken banks - defaulting cashiers - negligent directors - who is responsible? / J. Keppler.

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