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The queene-like closet or rich cabinet

Thomas Jefferson, , Chart of the Cabinet

New York, September 18, 1769. Advertisement. We are sorry to acquaint the public, that Thomas Richardson, jeweller, lately from London now living in the House of Mr. Thomas Grigg, Cabinet maker, has knowingly and wilfully, subjected himself to t

Cabinet d'un peintre / gravé par D. Chodowiecki à Berlin.

A certain cabinet junto / P. Revere, sc.

La reine à la conciergerie / Tiré du Cabinet de Mr. l'Abbé Carron ; Prieur fecit.

To the public. At a meeting of the share-holders of the Washington printing and bookselling company, the following gentlemen were appointed a board of directors ... This publication will be entitled The National magazine; or Cabinet of the Unite

Richard Dinmore, May 28, 1801, Circular on the Cabinet and National Magazine

D. Ihley and others to Thomas Jefferson. Recommendation for Gideon Granger for a Cabinet position. 1801.

Thomas Jefferson, April 29, 1802, Opinion on Cabinet Meetings

Thomas Jefferson to Cabinet, May 5, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Cabinet, July 9, 1806, Propositions on Yrujo, with Thomas Jefferson Note

Thomas Jefferson to Cabinet, April 14, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to Cabinet, July 9, 1806, Duplicate of Propositions on Yrujo, without Jefferson Note

Thomas Jefferson to Cabinet, March 16, 1806

Thomas Jefferson, March 17, 1807. Notes on impressment, for a cabinet meeting.

Thomas Jefferson to Cabinet, February 18, 1808, Opinion

Highly important from Washington. Journal Office, ----- Extra. Saturday, April 23, 4 P.M. Resignation of the cabinet!! By the Benjamin Franklin, arrived this day we received the following important information, to wit - the resignation of the wh

The people putting responsibility to the test or the downfall of the kitchen cabinet and collar presses

Sketch from a cabinet picture by Gibert taken in 1843 by A.J.S.

Cass & his cabinet in 1849

Buchanan, Pres. & cabinet

R. McCabe to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, November 11, 1860 (Recommends Samuel Vinton for cabinet)

W. Talbott to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 09, 1860 (Advises against appointing Seward to cabinet)

D. O. Daily to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, December 10, 1860 (Wants Caleb Smith in cabinet)

John C. Myers to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860 (Recommends Cameron for cabinet)

Fenelon Hasbrouck to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 09, 1860 (Wants Sam Houston in cabinet)

John L. Ketcham to Jesse K. Dubois, Saturday, December 22, 1860 (Neither Colfax nor Caleb Smith fit to serve in cabinet)

President and Cabinet: H. Hamlin, A. Lincoln, Edw'd Bates, E.M. Stanton, W.H. Seward, M. Blair, G. Welles, W.P. Fessenden, and J.P. Usher

Henry A. Bellows to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, December 14, 1860 (Recommends Amos Tuck for cabinet)

Daniel G. Thomas to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, November 26, 1860 (Cameron for the cabinet)

Marcus J. Parrott to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, December 20, 1860 (Recommends Montgomery Blair for cabinet)

R. W. Latham to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, November 08, 1860 (Wants Southerners in cabinet)

D. O. Daily to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, December 09, 1860 (Wants Colfax in cabinet)

Samuel Austin to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, December 17, 1860 (Recommends Welles for cabinet)

I. Jenkinson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, December 07, 1860 (Recommends Colfax for cabinet)

Isaac G. Gordon to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, December 08, 1860 (Recommends Cameron for cabinet)

Anonymous. “A Conservative Republican.” to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, December 12, 1860 (Cabinet rumor)

Hon. Montgomery Blair, Post-Master General of Lincoln's cabinet.

D. Blakely to Mary T. Lincoln, Monday, December 10, 1860 (Cabinet recommendation)

President and Cabinet: H. Hamlin, A. Lincoln, Edw'd Bates, E.M. Stanton, W.H. Seward, M. Blair, G. Welles, W.P. Fessenden, and J.P. Usher

President and Cabinet: H. Hamlin, A. Lincoln, Edw'd Bates, E.M. Stanton, W.H. Seward, M. Blair, G. Welles, W.P. Fessenden, and J.P. Usher

Ralph P. Lowe to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, December 06, 1860 (Recommends Fitz Henry Warren for cabinet)

Cyrus M. Allen to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, December 06, 1860 (Recommends Colfax for cabinet)

C. S. Bushnell to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, November 17, 1860 (Recommends Roger S. Baldwin for cabinet)

James S. Prettyman to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, December 10, 1860 (Cabinet recommendations)

Abraham Lincoln, [December 12, 1860] (Editorial in Illinois State Journal on appointing Southerners to cabinet)

John Lemmax to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, December 10, 1860 (Recommends Cassius Clay for cabinet)

Russell Errett to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 21, 1860 (Recommends David Davis for cabinet)

A letter from a member of the Cabinet. The Pittsburgh Chronicle publishes the following letter, which it says a prominent clergyman of Pittsburgh has just received from a member of President Buchanan's Cabinet - a truly Christian man and a tried

W. W. Gitt to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, November 15, 1860 (Cabinet advice)

John W. Wallace to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, December 10, 1860 (Wants Cameron in cabinet)

Abraham Lincoln to Edward Bates, Tuesday, December 18, 1860 (Cabinet appointment for Bates)

Samuel D. Bell to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, December 10, 1860 (Recommends Amos Tuck for cabinet)

Abraham Lincoln to Cabinet, 1861-65 (Cabinet meeting)

Philip P. Wilcox to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 15, 1861 (Recommends Cassius Clay for cabinet)

Thomas Corwin to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 21, 1861 (Recommends Robert Schenk for cabinet)

New Market New Jersey Citizens to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 09, 1861 (Petition opposing Cameron and recommending William Dayton for cabinet)

Robert McKnight and Edward J. Morris to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 20, 1861 (Recommend Thaddeus Stevens for cabinet)

Edwin D. Morgan to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, January 19, 1861 (Recommends Welles for cabinet)

James B. Gardenhire to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 22, 1861 (Cabinet recommendations)

President Lincoln & cabinet / lith. of J.H. Bufford.

Andrew G. Curtin to Alexander K. McClure, Wednesday, January 02, 1861 (Telegram regarding cabinet appointments)

The cabinet at Washington

Unknown. to Abraham Lincoln, January 1861 (Recommends William Pennington for cabinet)

The cabinet at Washington

Walter D. McIndoe, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 23, 1861 (Recommend Judd for cabinet)

The cabinet of the Confederate States at Montgomery / from photographs by Whitehurst, of Washington, and Hinton, of Montgomery, Alabama.

John B. Murray to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, January 10, 1861 (Recommends Frederick Bronson for cabinet)

David Kilgore to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 21, 1861 (Recommends Colfax for cabinet)

Nickerson Moseley & McCoy to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 29, 1861 (Recommend Cameron for cabinet)

C. F. Diehl to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 30, 1861 (Recommends Cameron for cabinet)

John D. Defrees to David Davis, Friday, January 18, 1861 (Cabinet appointments)

Ohio Legislature to Abraham Lincoln, January 1861 (Petition recommending Robert Schenck for cabinet)

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 08, 1861 (Will notify cabinet of meeting)

Cooper, Parham & Work to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, January 31, 1861 (Recommend Cameron for cabinet)

Ohio Delegates Chicago Convention to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 11, 1861 (Petition recommending David K. Cartter for cabinet)

[Caricature of Abraham Lincoln wearing Native American headdress, seated on throne, with seven cabinet officers]

Leonard Swett to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 08, 1861 (Telegram regarding cabinet appointment)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 2. General Correspondence. 1858-1864: Abraham Lincoln to Cabinet, 1861-65 (Cabinet meeting)

Louis P. Harvey, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, January 10, 1861 (Wisconsin Republicans recommend Judd for cabinet)

M. Warren to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, February 04, 1861 (Forwards cabinet recommendations and warns Lincoln to guard his life)

W. C. Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 22, 1861 (Recommends Colfax for cabinet)

B. H. Blair to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 21, 1861 (Recommends William Thomas for cabinet)

New York Senate to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 14, 1861 (Petition recommending Colfax for cabinet)

The members of President Lincoln's cabinet.

James M. Conrad to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 30, 1861 (Recommends Cameron for cabinet)

Lot M. Morrill to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 21, 1861 (Cabinet appointments)

Jacob Collamer to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 20, 1861 (Delay further cabinet appointments until after arrival in Washington)

George Gordon to Abraham Lincoln, January 1861 (Recommends Cameron for cabinet)

C. Bassett to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, January 24, 1861 (Recommends Cassius Clay for cabinet)

John H. Farquhar to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 20, 1861 (Recommends Caleb Smith for cabinet)

Truman Woodruff to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 22, 1861 (Chase more valuable in Senate than in cabinet)

J.M. Pumphrey to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, February 04, 1861 (Virginia Republicans recommend Alfred Caldwell for cabinet)

Indiana Legislature Republicans to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 01, 1861 (Recommend Colfax for cabinet)

Hendry & Harris to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 30, 1861 (Recommend Cameron for cabinet)

Edward D. Baker to Abraham Lincoln, February 1861 (Recommends Cameron for cabinet)

Solomon Foot to Cabinet, Friday, May 31, 1861 (Recommendation)

Citizens of Greensburgh Pennsylvania to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 22, 1861 (Petition recommending Cameron for cabinet)

Henry S. Lane to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 27, 1861 (Opposes appointment of Chase to cabinet)

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