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A compleat description of the province of Carolina in 3 parts : 1st, the improved part from the surveys of Maurice Mathews & Mr. John Love : 2ly, the west part by Capt. Tho. Nairn : 3ly, a chart of the coast from Virginia to Cape Florida /

Plan of the city of New York ; An exact prospect of Charlestown : the metropolis of the province of South Carolina.

A proclamation: Whereas the enemy have invaded this state, and now occupy John's and James Island, and the reduction of this town is undoubtedly their object. [Re. bearing arms] [Charleston, S, C. 177-].

An accurate map of North and South Carolina with their Indian frontiers, shewing in a distinct manner all the mountains, rivers, swamps, marshes, bays, creeks, harbours, sandbanks and soundings on the coasts; with the roads and Indian paths; as well as the boundary of provincial lines, the several townships and other divisions of the land in both the provinces;

An accurate map of North and South Carolina with their Indian frontiers, shewing in a distinct manner all the mountains, rivers, swamps, marshes, bays, creeks, harbours, sandbanks and soundings on the coasts; with the roads and Indian paths; as well as the boundary or provincial lines, the several townships and other divisions of the land in both the provinces;

An accurate map of North and South Carolina with their Indian frontiers, shewing in a distinct manner all the mountains, rivers, swamps, marshes, bays, creeks, harbours, sandbanks and soundings on the coasts; with the roads and Indian paths; as well as the boundary or provincial lines, the several townships and other divisions of the land in both provinces;

An accurate map of North and South Carolina with their Indian frontiers, shewing in a distinct manner all the mountains, rivers, swamps, marshes, bays, creeks, harbours, sandbanks and soundings on the coasts; with the roads and Indian paths; as well as the boundary or provincial lines, the several townships and other divisions of the land in both the provinces;

Carolina septentrionale et meridionale en 4 feuilles, traduite de l'Anglois.

Plan de la barre et du havre de Charles-Town d'après un plan anglois levé en 1776.

A sketch of the environs of Charlestown in South Carolina.

[Plan d'Amboy. Vues de la rade de Charles-Town et de Fort Sulivan, mai 1780.

Plan de la ville de Charlestown, de ses retranchements et du siege faits par les Anglois en 1780.

Charles-Town, capitale de la Caroline.

A sketch of the operations before Charlestown, the capital of South Carolina.

Sketch of the harbour of Charles Town

A plan of the town, bar, harbour, and environs of Charlestown in South Carolina : with all the channels, soundings, sailing-marks &c. from the surveys made in the colony.

[The Investiture of Charleston, S.C. by the English army, in 1780. With the position of each corps.

Plan of the siege of Charles Town in South Carolina under command of His Excellence Sir Henry Clinton and under direction of ... Collonel Mount-Crieff as chief ingener, this town was surrendered with capitulation the 12. May 1780 after 6 weeks and 3 days siege.

George Abbott Hall, December 31, 1784, Table of Imports and Exports from Charleston, South Carolina, 1757 to 1763

In the Society of the Cincinnati, established in the State of South-Carolina: additional rules agreed to, and ratified the 4th day of July, 1786 viz ... Charleston: Printed by Bowen, Vandle, and Andrews, at Franklin's Head, No. 31 Bay [1786].

General exports from the port of Charleston, South-Carolina, from November 1786 to November 1787 ... Custom-House, Charleston South-Carolina, December 1, 1787. George A. Hall, Collector. [Carleston 1787].

20 tracts, Charleston.

Thomas Jefferson to Charleston, South Carolina, Postmaster, November 9, 1791

Sunset view of Fort Sumter before the bombardment [1861]

Member of Congress. William Loughton Smith The importance of this city in the federal scale and the immense revence it pours into the federal coffers, would seem to entitle it to some share in the Federal Councils; yet strange to tell, it is rep

Packet boat grounded for tarring beside wharf--Men and wagon in foreground

Office of the agents of trustees Bank of the United States. Charleston 27th August, 1811. Sir. On examination of the money in the vaults of this office, we have just discovered that we have been robbed, by some villain or villains, by means unkn

[View of Charleston, South Carolina, perhaps looking southwest, showing ships, sailboats, and five men in a rowboat]

A view taken from the S.W. end of Charleston, S.C. Jany 17th 1812

[View of Charleston, South Carolina, perhaps coming down the Cooper River, showing ships, rowboats, and canoes on the water]

Shocking earthquakes Charleston, (S. C.) Feb. 7, 1812. Yesterday morning, about half past 3 o'clock the inhabitants of his place were very much alarmed by another tremendous shock of an earthquake ... Boston----Printed and sold at the Printing-O

[View of Charleston, South Carolina, possibly looking north toward Sullivan's Island]

History of the church in the press, and wil be speedily published by E. Thayer, at the Theological Book-Store, No. 25, Broad-Street, Charleston, (S.oCa.) An historical account of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South-Carolina, from the first

[Charleston, S. C. Hibernian Society membership certificate] / G. Thresher delt. & script. ; A. Anderson.

Charleston District, South Carolina /

Charleston Harbour and the adjacent coast and country, South Carolina : surveyed at intervals in 1823, 1824, and 1825 /

The State of South Carolina. City of Charleston. An ordinance regulating City officers, and for other purpose ... [Charleston 1826].

Charleston Mercury, August 23, 1827

Masters of vessels as well as others therein concerned, are required to make themselves properly acquainted with, and in all cases to act in due conformity with the following port regulations ... Samuel Alexander, Harbour master. at Port Warden'

[Title page of "Fancy's sketch book" by Miss Penina Moise (Charleston, 1833) - no. illus.]

Charleston.

Map exhibiting the route of communication between Philadelphia & Charleston /

Great Southern mail route from New York to N. Orleans! Through in 71/2 days. Via Washington City and Richmond, and the Chesapeake Bay and James River lines, to Charleston, Augusta, and Atlanta, Geo. Notasulga and Montgomery, Ala ... W. B. Wiley,

To southern travellers! Spring & summer arrangement of the great southern mail line!! Direct to New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, via Washington City, Fredericksburg, Richmond, Petersburg to Weldon, Raleigh, Wilmington. N.C. Charleston, S. C

Map showing the location of the Charleston & Savannah R.R. May, 1856.

[Ship's deck]

Map of the defences of Charleston city and harbor, showing also the works erected by the U.S. forces in 1863 and 1864 /

Sketch of Charleston Harbor

Map of Charleston Harbor, S.C.

For Charleston, S. C. direct from the end of Long wharf, The Boston and Southern steamship company's new and elegant iron steamship. South Carolina ... will leave Boston for Charleston, on Wednesday, Sept. 26th, '60 at 4 o'clock, P. M ... Boston

View of Charleston S.C. from on board the Harriet Lane

[Map of Charleston Harbor showing defenses. 186-]

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 /

Fort Sumter, South Carolina at the time of its capture February 18th, 1865. Showing the effects of the bombardment from Morris Island

Map of the defences of Charleston city and harbor, showing also the works erected by the U.S. forces in 1863 and 1864 /

Fort Sumter South Carolina, 1860 (Map)

An ordinance to dissolve the Union between the State of South Carolina and other states united with her under the compact entitled, The Constitution of the United States of America.". We, the people of the State of South Carolina, in convention

[Map of the coast of South Carolina, from Charleston to Savannah].

Sumter, 61

Truman Seymour, Thursday, February 28, 1861 (Sketch of Charleston Harbor)

Plan of Charleston Harbor, and its fortifications

Beaufort Harbor and coast line between Charleston, S.C. and Savanna [sic] Ga., with 5 mile distance lines in circles round Beaufort, and R.R. connections, roads, &c, &c.

Plan of Genl Q. A. Gillmore's position on Morris Island, Charleston S.C.

Charleston Harbor S.C. Bombardment of Fort Sumter.

Bombardment of Fort Sumter by the batteries of the Confederate states

Evacuation of Fort Moultrie, and burning of the gun carriages, on Sullivan's Island, Charleston Harbor, S.C.

J. Underhill to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, April 02, 1861 (Urges reinforcement of Fort Sumter)

John Brown. Origin, Fort Warren. Music arranged by C. B. Marsh. Published by C. S. Hall, 256 Main Street, Charleston, Mass. Entered, according to the act of Congress. in the year 1861, By C. S. Hall, in the Clerk's office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts

Plan of the siege operations on Charleston Harbor, showing the position of Fort Sumpter [sic] in relation to the attacking batteries

W. H. West to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, April 03, 1861 (Fort Sumter)

The steamship Marion, on her way to New York with the wives and children of the soldiers in Fort Sumter - manning the ramparts and cheering of the men as the steamer passes the fort the parting salute from Fort Sumpter / from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston

Franklin S. Pratt to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, April 03, 1861 (Urges Lincoln to hold Fort Sumter)

Exterior view of the gorge of Fort Sumter on the 14th, April 1861 after its evacuation by Maj. Robert Anderson, 1st Arty. U.S.A. Comdg showing that portion towards Fort Johnson, James Island

The blockade of Charleston

[Fort Sumter and Castle Pinckney, Charleston Harbor, South Carolina]

William H. Leonard to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 01, 1861 (Offers to hold Fort Sumter for $5 million)

James L. Hill to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 14, 1861 (Support and urges Lincoln to reinforce Fort Sumter)

D. H. Carl, April 1861 (Plan to reinforce Fort Sumter)

Bombardment of Fort Sumter by the batteries of the Confederate states, April 13, 1861

The prayer at Sumter, December 27, 1860

H.W. Denslow to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, April 13, 1861 (Telegram reporting surrender of Fort Sumter)

James E. Harvey to A. G. Magrath, 1861 (Fort Sumter)

Map of St. Helena Sound, and the coast between Charleston and Savannah /

Major Robert Anderson, U.S.A., in command of Fort Sumpter, Charleston Harbor, S.C. / photographed by Webster & Bros.

John W. Martin to W[illiam] D. Wallach, Tuesday, April 09, 1861 (Telegram reporting of battle in Charleston Harbor)

[Text describing action of four ships in South Carolina and Florida]

James Peocap to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, April 07, 1861 (Proposal for relieving Fort Sumter)

Jesse White to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 01, 1861 (Reinforcement of Fort Sumter)

Part of Charleston Harbor, embracing forts Moultrie, Sumter, Johnson, and Castle Pinckney, also Sullivan, James & Morris islands; and showing the position of the Star of the West, when fired into from Morris Island.

Map of St. Helena Sound, and the coast between Charleston and Savannah

Review of the volunteer troops in Fort Moultrie, on Sullivan's Island, Charleston Harbor, S.C., in the presence of Mrs. Pickens and Miss Pickens, the wife and daughter of the governor of South Carolina / from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston.

The city of Charleston, South Carolina, looking seaward, and showing the burned district

Anonymous. “A Baltimorean” to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, April 13, 1861 (Telegram wanting to know if anyone has been hurt in Charleston)

Near Charleston, S.C., 1861

Burning of the Ship Thos. Watson by the boats of the Roanoke & Monticello off Charleston Oct. 16, 1861

Abraham Lincoln to Winfield Scott, [April 14, 1861] (Requests Fort Sumter messenger)

Impromptu speech of his Excellency Governor Pickens, of South-Carolina, in reference to the greetings of the citizens, on the evening of the Surrender of Fort Sumter, April 13, 1861.

The new batteries erected on Morris Island for the defence of Charleston Harbor and the reduction of Fort Sumpter / from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston, S.C.

[Envelope addressed to Brig. Gen. Taliaferro, Commanding Forces on James Island, Charleston, S.C.; postmarked Charleston, S.C.]

E. & G. W. Blunt's map of Charleston and vicinity.