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Schweighauser & Dobree, no date, Cover Sheet for Case

The case of the German Protestant Churches settled in the Province of Pensylvania, and in North America. [Philadelphia: Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1753].

The case of the German Protestant Churches settled in the Province of Pensylvania, and in North America. [Philadelphia: Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1753].

Waller, et ux, versus Beverley, 1757, Summary of Law Case

Thomas Jefferson, 1767-73, Opinion on Mrs. Philemon Snell Law Case Regarding Rawser Spicer Estate

[Title page of An argument in the case of James Sommersett ...]

The melancholy case of Mrs. Ackerman. Copy of a letter from a Dutch farmer, in the County of Orange, to a gentleman of the law, in the City of New-York, [and] The answer. [Signed] Z. W. New York, January 29. [New York, 1772].

In the House of representatives. December 11 1775. Resolved, that it be, and it hereby is strongly recommended to the Committee of correspondence and safety of the town of [blank] and in case of a deficieny of both said committees, to the select

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Gravier, Comte de Vergennes, December 21, 1785, Lister Asquith's Maritime Law Case; William & Catherine (ship)

Thomas Jefferson to Borgnis Desbordes, Freres, November 24, 1785, Lister Asquith's Maritime Law Case; William & Catherine (ship); in French

Thomas Jefferson, March 22, 1785, Guillibaud, et al, versus Samuel Wharton Law Case

Thomas Jefferson to Jean Diot & Company, November 24, 1785, Lister Asquith's Maritime Law Case; William & Catherine (ship)

Siot de St. Pol to Thomas Jefferson, March 26, 1785, Guillibaud, et al, versus Samuel Wharton Law Case; in French

Henry Champion, January 24, 1785, Law Case Brought by Veuve Samuel Joly l'aine et fils to Collect Thomas Barclay's Overdue Debt; in French

Thomas Jefferson to Ferdinand Grand, March 4, 1786, Lister Asquith's Maritime Law Case; William & Catherine (ship)

Thomas Jefferson to Borgnis Desbordes, Freres, January 8, 1786, Lister Asquith's Maritime Law Case; William & Catherine (ship); in French

Lister Asquith to Thomas Jefferson, March 20, 1786, Lister Asquith's Maritime Law Case; William & Catherine (ship)

Lister Asquith to Borgnis Desbordes, Freres, January 9, 1786, Lister Asquith's Maritime Law Case; William & Catherine (ship); in French

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Putnam, August 8, 1787, Maritime Law Case

Edmund Randolph to Thomas Jefferson, May 30, 1793, Opinion on Henfield Case

The Dermott or tin case map of Washington 1797-8.

Richmond, December 4th, 1809. Sir. The court of appeals at their session which has recently expired, decided in the case of the Commonwealth against the securities of White, formerly sheriff of Jefferson County, that the bond given by a sheriff

Affidavit and Louisville Gazette notice of court case

... Alien enemies. We have been favored with a copy of the opinion delivered by chief justice Tilghman, in the case of Charles Lockington- which opinion has since been confirmed by the unanimous opinion of the supreme court, delivered on the 1st

Cross examination of a witness in a case of crim con

Mr Way's case. Doubts of the eligibility of this gentlemen, to the mayoralty, having been started, it was expected by every one who knew him, that he would immediately publish to his fellow citizens, under his proper signature, a plain unsophist

Hudson River appropriation. The case fairly stated. [Albany, 1832?].

A gone case. A scene in Wall-Street

The case of passed Midshipman Rogers. [From Houston's Senate reports.] Friday, February 11, 1848.

[Unidentified man, possibly Chester Fitts of Charlton, three-quarter length portrait, full face, with arm resting on table with tablecloth; case on table]

[Abraham Lincoln], [October 23, 1851] (Decrees in case of Joseph Gundy vs. John Van Gundy; signed by David Davis)

[Union case for daguerreotype, ambrotype, or tintype showing eagle perched above shield with American flags with a banner stating "The Union and Consitution" above and a scroll frame]

[Union case for daguerreotype, ambrotype, or tintype depicting a wedding procession]

[Union case for daguerreotype, ambrotype, or tintype showing eagle grasping scroll stating "Constitution and the Laws" within patriotic scroll frame]

[Union case for daguerreotype, ambrotype, or tintype showing crossed cannons within patriotic frame]

[Union case for daguerreotype, ambrotype, or tintype showing crossed cannons and muskets behind patriotic shield within scroll frame]

[Union case for daguerreotype, ambrotype, or tintype showing the George Washington equestrian monument on the Virginia state capitol grounds by Thomas Crawford surrounded by seraphs, eagles and Union shields; back is design of seraphs, eagles, and shields only]

[Union case for daguerreotype, ambrotype, or tintype showing a woman holding a laurel wreath between a ship and a train]

Case for differential pressure valve

[Union case for daguerreotype, ambrotype, or tintype showing eagle holding banner stating "Union Forever" in its beak and American flag in its talons]

[Union case for daguerreotype, ambrotype, or tintype showing monitor-class ship next to fort (front) and scroll motif (back)]

Map of Wayne County, Michigan : exhibiting the names of the original purchases and the number of acres in each tract exception regular subdivisions of perfect sections which contain 40, 80, 130, 180, 200, 240, 280, & c acres as the case may be /

The Word - Extra. Censorship of the press.-Att'y Gen. Marston, Oliver Stevens, Dist. Att'y of Suffolk Co., and Postmaster Tobey of Boston, say "Leaves of Grass" is obscene; we appeal the case from such narrow-minded judges, to individual citizen

[Abraham Lincoln], May 3, 1859 (Affidavit in case of Richard Wood, et al. vs. Emery C. Ross)

Charles Case, Representative from Indiana, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Niagara. General view of the Horseshoe Fall from Biddle's Stair Case

J. B. McKeehan to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 22, 1860 (Remembers Lincoln from 1852 legal case)

[Union case for daguerreotype, ambrotype, or tintype showing male and female figures with tools on a farm landscape]

William Gates to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, September 27, 1861 (Asks Lincoln to review his case)

[Unidentified sailor in Union commander's uniform with sword] / Black & Case, photographic artists, Boston.

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with photograph case]

Charles Case to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, January 14, 1861 (Recommendation for Colfax)

[Portrait of Abraham Lincoln in thermoplastic case]

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Suffolk, ss. Court of insolvency. In case of Crosby, Nichols, Lee & Co. insolvent debtors ... Boston, December 13th, 1861.

[Unidentified soldier in Union sergeant's uniform and forage cap in S. Peck & Co. Union case]

Edward D. Townsend to John G. Nicolay, Saturday, November 01, 1862 (Case of John J. Key)

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, February 03, 1862 (Interview with soldier regarding case of Nathaniel Gordon)

[John Wilkes Booth seated, with cane in hand] / Silsbee, Case & Co., photographic artists, 299-1/2 Washington Street, Boston. Case & Getchell, from Dec. 3, 1862.

W. B. Wynkop to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 26, 1863 (Case of Isaac Fowler)

Cauldwell & Whitney to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 25, 1863 (Case of Isaac Fowler)

John M. Schofield to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, October 01, 1863 (Telegram concerning General Blunt's case)

Edwin M. Stanton to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 28, 1863 (Case of Lieutenant A. S. Eddy)

Edward Bates to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, August 26, 1863 (Case of Singleton Wilson)

Alexander W. Randall to John G. Nicolay, Monday, June 01, 1863 (Case of Capt. Martin)

Edward D. Townsend to John G. Nicolay, Monday, November 09, 1863 (Case of William O'Malley)

Edward Bates to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, December 02, 1863 (Case of William Cross)

Theodore Roosevelt to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, December 18, 1863 (Case of Benjamin Porter)

J. Thomas to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 28, 1863 (Case of Isaac Fowler)

John Jones to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, February 23, 1863 (Case of Isaac Fowler)

Thomas H. Hicks to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, June 14, 1864 (Case of George R. Watkins)

R. Shannon to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, May 07, 1864 (Case of William L. Shurburne)

George Blagden to John Williams, Friday, July 08, 1864 (Case of Lyman C. Reed)

George G. Meade to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, March 02, 1864 (Telegram concerning case of James Whelan)

Lt. Porter tries spherical case, and shell

John Evans to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, April 26, 1864 (Case of James Gray)

Ephraim R. Eckley to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, April 29, 1864 (Case of S. R. Clark)

Thomas A. Millan to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, May 12, 1864 (Case of William L. Shurburne)

Charles A. Dana to Lorenzo Thomas, Thursday, March 03, 1864 (Case of Charles Garretson)

William Sprague to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, September 16, 1864 (Telegram concerning case of Edward Conley)

J. L. McPhail to John W. Forney, Monday, August 22, 1864 (Case of William Rogers)

Benjamin F. Butler to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, August 03, 1864 (Telegram concerning case of Edward Snead)

William Faxon to John G. Nicolay, Saturday, December 17, 1864 (Papers for Schofield's case)

Albert Hobbs and William A. Wheeler to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, November 01, 1864 (Telegram concerning case of Nathan Wilcox)

George Harrington to John Jolliffe, Tuesday, August 23, 1864 (Case of Helen Hobbs)

George G. Meade to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Telegram concerning case of Nathan Wilcox)

Joseph R. Hunt to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, May 12, 1864 (Case of William L. Shurburne)

Henry B. Carrington to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 30, 1864 (Case of Oliver B. Wheeler)

Thurlow Weed and Henry J. Raymond to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 02, 1864 (Telegram concerning case of Patrick Carroll)

James R. Doolittle to George H. Thomas, April 1864 (Draft of telegram concerning court martial case; with note from Doolittle to Lincoln)

James Hooven to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 25, 1864 (Case of John J. Freedley)

William Dennison to John G. Nicolay, Thursday, April 07, 1864 (Telegram concerning case of Devenney)

Sandusky, Ohio, Citizens to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, February 21, 1865 (Petition concerning case of Charles W. Frazer)

W. W. Gilliland to Henry S. Lane, Tuesday, February 21, 1865 (Case of E. H. Rolfe)

Thomas W. Sweney to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, February 14, 1865 (Bullock's case)

W. W. Gilliland to Z. B. Sturgus, Tuesday, February 21, 1865 (Case of E. H. Rolfe)

J. G. Wharker to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, March 19, 1865 (Telegram concerning case of Smith Brothers)

John S. Gittings to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 17, 1865 (Telegram concerning case of John Y. Beall)

George F. Shepley to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 29, 1865 (Telegram concerning case of William H. Jeffs)

Lewis Wallace to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 31, 1865 (Telegram concerning case of Charles E. Waters)

Edwin M. Stanton to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 25, 1865 (Pass for Isachar Zacharie and case of Leopold Blumenburg)

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