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A plan of that part of the Rosalij Estate call'd New-Found-Land, the property of His Excellcy. Chas. O'Harra, the Hon. Lt. Gov. Wm. Stuart, James Clarke & Rob. & Phill. Browne, Esqrs., situate at Rosalij in the parish of St. David, Dominica.

The honble. Chas. James Fox

The right honble. Chas. Wolfran Cornwall Esq., Speaker of the House of Commons

Thomas Jefferson to Jean Chas, December 7, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to Jean Chas, September 3, 1801

William Shakespear - from the original picture by Cornelius Jansen / engraved by Chas. Turner, Mezzotinto Engraver in ordinary to His Majesty.

Catharine M. Sedgwick / eng. by A.B. Durand ; painted by Chas. Ingham.

James K. Polk. Governor of the state of Tennessee / from life & on stone by Chas. Fenderich ; printed by P.S. Duval, Lith., Philadelphia.

Design of the Wasihngton [i.e. Washington] national monument to be erected in the city of Washington / design by Robt. Mills archt. ; lithd. by Chas. Fenderich, Wash.

Major Genl. Sir Henry Havelock, K.C.B. / Chas. Holl.

John T. Ford, age 24, Chas E. Ford [age] 2

Prof. Chas. [i.e., Charles] Anthon

Mrs. Chas. Keen

Hon. Chas. R. Train of Mass

Hon. Chas. B. Hoard of N.Y.

Hon. Chas. Durkee of Wisc.

Hon. Chas. R. Train

Chas. Mackey

Chas. Keen

Hon. Chas. J. Faulkner

Chas. Parsloe

Chas. Keen

Chas. Godfrey Leland

Mountains near the entrance of the Canada de las Uvas / Chas. Koppel ; T. Sinclair's lith., Phila.

Hon. Chas. Durkee of Wisc.

Mrs. Chas. Keen

Hon. Chas. R. Train

Chas. L. Elliott

Chas. Parsloe

Mrs. Chas. Keen

Gen. Chas. Ewing, U.S.A.

Hon. Chas. Durkee of Wisc.

Chas. Keen

Gen. Chas. Ewing

Hon. Chas. B. Hoard of N.Y.

Prof. Chas. [i.e., Charles] Anthon

Chas. Godfrey Leland

Hon. Chas. J. Faulkner

Hon. Chas. Brooks Hoard of N.Y.

Chas. Parsloe

Hon. Chas. J. Faulkner

Rev. Father Chas. Fulmar

Chas. Godfrey Leland

Old Bob Ridley; composed and sung by Chas. White

Gen. Chas. Ewing, U.S.A.

Rev. (Chas. T.) Quintard

Chas. L. Elliott

Rev. Father Chas. Fulmar

Prof. Chas. [i.e., Charles] Anthon

Chas. L. Elliott

Answer to Gentle Annie / Chas. Shober Lith.

Hon. Chas. Pomeroy of Iowa

Hon. Chas. West Kendall of NEV.

Adm. Chas. Wilkes, U.S.N.

Maj. Chas. L. Upham, 15th Com. Inf.

Brig. Gen. Hardee / Chas. Magnus, N.Y.

Gunther, Chas. Godfrey, Mayor of N.Y. in 1863

Chas. J. McDougall, U.S.N.?

Hon. Chas. West Kendall of NEV.

Hon Chas. West Kendall of NEV.

Hon Chas. West Kendall of NEV.

Calvert, Hon. Chas. Benedict, M.C. from MD. Founded the 1st agricultural research college in America (now Maryland Agr. College) at College Park, Md., chartered in 1856

The yacht "Mallory" 44 tons: built by Chas. H. Mallory at Mystic, Conn. 1858

[Chas. H. Davis, Rear Admiral, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing slightly left]

Parade march of the great Potomac Army, respectfully dedicated to Major Genl. McClellan by Gen. L. Blenker. Composed by Chas. Fradel / lith. of Sherman & Hart.

Marching along. By James Walden. Published by Chas. Magnus, 12 Frankfort st. N. Y. [1861]

Col. Chas. Bagonyi aide-de-camp

Bv't.-Maj. Gen. Chas. Cruft / photo by Wenderoth & Taylor ; engraved by J.C. Buttre, N.Y.

[Envelope addressed to Mrs. Chas. H. Olmstead, care of Mrs. P. J. Williams, Milledgeville, Georgia; postmarked Savannah]

Chambers, 140 Washington, Opp. School St. Boston, March 1, 1862. Dear Sir: Allow us to invite your attention to our store ... Yours truly. Chas. H. Thwing, Chester A. Collins.

[Brandy Station], [Virginia]. Lt. Chas W. Wolsey with horse headquarters Army of the Potomac

Soldier's Rest, Washington, D.C. / lith. and print by Chas. Magnus, 12 Frankfort St., N.Y.

Warner, Hon. Chas P. of Mo.?

Courtney, Chas. E. (an oarsman)

Foster, Hon. Chas of Ohio, Secty of Treasury (Harrison admn)

Washington, District of Columbia. Captain Chas. H. Tompkin's (A.Q.M.) and clerks

Ellsworth, Hon. Chas. C. of Mich

Washington, District of Columbia. Captain Chas. H. Tompkin's (A.Q.M.) office. Group in doorway

Parnell, Chas. Stewart, Irish political leader (1846-1891)

Courtney, Chas. E. (An Oarsman)

Thompson, Chas. H. U.S.A. (not in uniform)

Ellsworth, Hon. Chas. C. of Mich

'Shakers' frost extractor. Prepared by Chas. F. Crap, ... Philadelphia

Parnell, Chas.

Wm. H. Cushman / Chas. Bohm, Denver, Col.

Hon. Chas. Parnell of Dublin, Ireland

Hon. Chas. Foster of Ohio

Parnell, Hon. Chas. of Dublin, Ireland

Hayes, Hon. Chas. of ALA

Albright, Hon. Chas. of PA.

W.M. Clark / Chas. Bohm, Denver, Col.

Voorhis, Hon. Chas. H. Of N.J.

[Byron L. Carr, Colorado attorney general, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left] / Chas. Bohm, Denver, Col.

U. S. Grant. / N.T.H. ; CC ; from life by N.T. Hartshorn ; imp. Chas. H. Crosby & Co. Boston.

Plat of the survey of the Paper Mill tract : as conveyed by Edgar Patterson to Eli Williams, Chas. & Daniel Carroll, by deed, July 26th 1811 : recorded liber A.C. folio 93 /

The Idaho Indian war / Chas. W. Phillips, photographer, Walla Walla.

Massachusetts--The kindergarten in the North-end Industrial Home, Boston / from a sketch by Chas. Upham.

Ex-judge Chas R. Mathews of New Helena, Nebraska, in front of a log building that was one of the first buildings in the county and served for a time as New Helena's post office.

Ex-judge Chas R. Mathews of New Helena, Nebraska, in front of a log building that was one of the first buildings in the county and served for a time as New Helena's post office.

[Chas. Comiskey, St. Louis Browns, baseball card portrait]

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