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[Peaceable Kingdom. Bull, lion, a sheep and a wolf? together in foregrd.; harbor and town in backgrd.]

A relation of Captain Bull, concerning the Mohawks at Fort-Albany, May 1689. [Boston: Printed by Samuel Green, 1689].

[A large bull or ox]

John Bull triumphant

The bull over-drove, or, The drivers in danger

Amusement for John Bull & his cousin Paddy, or, the gambols of the American buffalo, in St. James's Street

Revolution, or Johnny Bull in France

John Bull, baited by the dogs of excise

The faith of treaties exemplified or John Bull's last effort to oblige his false friends / S.W.F.

Billy's Raree-Show or John Bull en lighten'd

The Irish bull broke loose

John Bull fighting the French single handed / P.F.L.B. fecit.

John Bull and his piece

John Bull in Paris; or, English guineas for French pleasure!

Doctor Sangrado curing John Bull of repletion-with the kind offices of young Clysterpipe & Little Boney - a hint from Gil Blas / Js. Gillray invt. & fect.

John Bull offering Little Boney fair play

A great stream from a petty-fountain; or John Bull swamped in the flood of new - taxes; - cormorants fishing the stream

Mr. and Mrs. Bull reflecting on the taxes

Heiroglypics of John Bull's overthrow

Preparing John Bull for general congress / G. Cruikshank, fect.

John Bull's three stages or, from good to bad & from bad to worse / G. Cruikshank fect.

The modern Job! or John Bull and his comforts! / Marks del et sc.

State physicians bleeding John Bull to death!! / G. Cruikshank fect. ; Invd. by Yedis.

[Nine humorous vignettes of a woman looking at her reflection in two mirrors, crowded stagecoach being loaded, insolvent man refusing to get out of bed, man walking on ceiling, John Bull and the Yankee barber, woman having portrait painted, town man mocking clothes of a country man, men greeting each other in storm, and fainting bride at Afro-American marriage ceremony]

[John Bull and the Yankee barber]

A bull chase. The words of the wise, are as goads

List of members of the Howard Fire Company for 1841. Bull & Tuttle, Job printers No. 7 North Gay Street.

Worrying the bull

John Bull's fish monopoly

Whiskey, or fight Fourth ward. Collector, Bull Robinson. Register Ben. Beveridge, Sr. Alderman. Ham. Hughes ... [Washington, D. C.? June 1853].

Ole Bull

Ole Bull

Ole Bull

Ole Bull

Ely, Hon. Alfred of N.Y. While witnessing the Battle of Bull Run, was taken prisoner by Confederates and imprisoned in Richmond for nearly 6 months

Arnold, Hon. Isaac Newton of ILL. Acted as aide to Colonel Hunter at Battle of Bull Run

[Unidentified matador, full-length portrait, facing left, standing in front of the head of a bull] / J. Laurent Photog. De. S. M.

Ole Bull

Bull Pen - Hd. qtrs A of P.

Carte de Port Royal et des environs : avec un plan de la côte du sud, depuis Bull's Bay (Caroline du Sud), jusqu'à Brunswick (Géorgie), indiquant les moyens de communication entre Beaufort, Savanah [sic] Ft. Charleston /

Capt. Charles Griffin, Commanded West Point Battery at Bull Run

Fords on Occoquan and Bull Run : [Northern Virginia].

R. R. (i.e. Railroad) bridge across Bull Run. O. & A. R.R.

Confederate dead on Matthews Hill, Bull Run (i.e. Antietam)

Plan of the Bull Run battle-field. [July 21, 1861].

Ruins of railroad bridge at Blackburn's Ford, Bull Run, Va.

Plan of Bull Run /

Plan of the 1st Battle of Bull Run Virginia 21st July 1861. Topography from U.S. Engineers official map.

Bull Run, near Railroad Bridge, looking down stream

Castle Pinkney [i.e. Pinckney], Charleston, S.C., August 1861, Federal prisoners captured at battle of Bull Run. Casemate no. 2

The battle of Bull Run, 2 P.M., July 21, 1861

[Bolling house originally named "Mitchell's" (later "Bull Hill"), possibly located in Hopewell, Va.]

[Brady, the photographer, returned from Bull Run]

"Policeman Wilkes, noticing...that the well-known rouges, Mason and Slidell, were about to pawn some of their late Employer's property at Messrs. Bull, Crapaud & Co.'s shop, kept....look-out...and nabbed them in the nick of time"

Map of part of battlefield of Bull Run July 1861 : showing positions of each army at opening of battle.

[Map of the First Battle of Bull Run]

View on Bull Run, crossing of Orange and Alexandria railroad

Plan of the First Battle of Bull Run, Virginia. July 21st 1861.

Battlefield of Bull Run, ruins of the stone bridge

The Battlefield of Bull Run

Topographical map of the Bull Run battle-field. [1861].

U.S. Military Railroad Bridge, Bull Run, Va. Orange and Alexandria R.R.

Battlefield of Bull Run. Soldiers' graves

Castle Pinkney [i.e. Pinckney], Charleston, S.C., August 1861, Federal prisoners captured at battle of Bull Run, Casemate no. 1

First Battle of Bull Run

Great battle at Bull's Run between the Federal Army, commanded by Major-General McDowell, and the Rebel army under Jefferson Davis, Gen. Beauregard and Gen. Johnston, Sunday, July 21, 1861 - advance of the Federal Troops [Artist sketching in foregrd.]

First Bull Run battle field, July 21st 1861.

[Bolling house originally named "Mitchell's" (later "Bull Hill"), possibly located in Hopewell, Va.]

Bull Run, looking upstream. Railroad bridge in distance / Cap. A.J. Russell.

The Battle at Bull's Run - the gallant 69th N.Y.S.M. assaulting a rebel battery...

Plan of the battle-field at Bull Run, July 21st 1861.

Ruins of stone bridge, Bull Run, Va.

Battlefield of Bull Run

Map of battles on Bull Run near Manassas, 21st of July 1861 on the line of Fairfax & Prince William Co[unti]es in Virginia, fought between the forces of the Confederate States and of the United States of America /

U.S. Military Railroad Bridge, Bull Run, Va. Orange and Alexandria R.R.

Blockhouse, O and A.R.R., nr. Bull Run

Battle field of Bull Run, Va. July 21st 1861. Showing the positions of both armies at 4 o'clock, P.M.

Federal prisoners captured at battle of Bull Run, Castle Pinkney [i.e. Pinckney], Charleston, S.C., August 1861

Bridge and block house on Orange and Alexandria R.R. near Bull Run, Va.

The first battle of Bull Run. July 21, 1861. Washington, Dec 26, 1895.

Bull Run, Virginia. Robinson's house near center of battlefield

R. R. (i.e. Railroad) bridge across Bull Run. O. & A. R.R.

Bird's eye view of Bull Run Bridge, looking up stream

Ruins of railroad bridge at Blackburn's Ford, Bull Run, Va.

View on Bull Run, crossing of Orange and Alexandria railroad

Skeleton map of battlefield of Bull Run Virginia : showing 1st battle at Blackburn's Ford.

Federal prisoners captured at battle of Bull Run, Castle Pinkney [i.e. Pinckney], Charleston, S.C., August 1861

Battlefield of Bull Run, Lewis' house

Battlefield of Bull Run, ruins of Henry house

Bull Run, Virginia (vicinity). Col. Alfred Duffie, 1st Rhode Island Cavalry

Second Battle of Bull Run position of troops at 6 p.m.

Manassas Junction, looking towards Bull Run and Centreville, [...] / from a sketch by our special artist, Mr. Forbes.

Second battle field at Bull Run

A little plain talk with John Bull by Train, Jr. Philadelphia. For sale at Trentwith's newspaper and periodical depot, No. 107 South Third Street, [1862].

Plan of the second Battle of Bull Run Va. Showing position of both armies at 7 p.m. 30th Aug. 1862.

Battlefield of Bull Run. Stone house on Warrenton Pike

Plan of 2nd battle of Bull Run, Va. : Shewing movements of troops from 27 Aug. to Sept. 1.

Dead on battlefield at 1st Bull Run

Ruins of Stone Bridge, Bull Run / negative by Barnard & Gibson ; positive by A Gardner.

The Rebel forces under General Jackson advancing upon the Rappahannock Station at the river - National batteries replying to the Rebel artillery, August 23, being the commencement of the battles between Gens. Pope and Lee and Jackson, ending at Bull Run, August 30 / sketch by -- Edwin Forbes.