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St. Christopher

[St. Christopher with infant Christ]

Saint Christopher facing left AD monogram

[St. Christopher, facing right] / AD [monogram].

Christopher Columbus

St. Christopher

[Title page and page opposite inscribed by John Evelyn to Sir Christopher Wren, of John Evelyn's Acetaria, a Discourse of Sallets. 1699]

A new & accurate map of Bermudas or Sommer's Islands, taken from an actual survey; wherein the errors of former charts are corrected. An accurate map of the island of St. Christopher, vulgarly called S. Kits, containing all the towns, parishes, forts &c.

A new & accurate map of Bermudas or Sommer's Islands, taken from an actual survey; wherein the errors of former charts are corrected. An accurate map of the island of St. Christopher, vulgarly called St. Kits, containing all the towns, parishes, forts &c.

A new and exact map of the island of St. Christopher in America, according to an actual and accurate survey made in the year 1753. Describing the several parishes, with their respective limits, contents, & churches; also the high ways, the situation of every gentleman's plantation, mills, and houses; with the rivers, and gutts. Likewise the bays, roads, rocks, shoals and soundings that surround the whole.

One hundred and twenty dollars reward Major Christopher French, Ens. Joseph Moland, and the infamous Gurdon Whitmore, broke gaol and escaped this evening .... Barz. Hudson, Gaoler. December 27th, 1776. [s. l.]

To the impartial public. My dear friends. Guard yourself against impostors, Sentinel and Watchman are fictitious names, he who is ashamed of his right name may deceive you. Christopher Duyckinck. Preserve the right of election to yourselves, or

Providence, October 25, 1781. Three o'clock P.M. This moment an express arrived at his honor the deputy-governor's from Col. Christopher Olney, Commandant on Rhode-Island, announcing the important intelligence of the surrender of Lord Cornwallis

Be it remembered, that Messrs. Samuel Fowler and Christopher Champlen of Newport, merchants [An insurance agreement to the sum of 800 pounds in merchandise on board the Brigantine Don Galvez, dated Boston January 29, 1784].

Thomas Jefferson to Christopher Gore, June 23, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to Christopher Gore, March 29, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to Christopher Gore, August 8, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to Christopher Gore, July 12, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Christopher Gore, November 22, 1793

[Christopher Columbus leaving Spain to go to America]

Thomas Jefferson to Christopher Ellery, September 17, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Christopher Ellery, June 6, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Christopher Ellery, July 2, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Christopher Ellery, May 9, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Christopher Ellery, July 5, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Christopher Ellery, May 10, 1803

Christopher Greenup to Thomas Jefferson, September 3, 1805, with Deposition

Thomas Jefferson to Christopher Colles, June 19, 1808

Christopher Greenup to Thomas Jefferson, February 6, 1808, Resolution

British barbarity and piracy!! The Federalists say that Mr. Christopher Gore ought to be supported as governor- for his attachment to Britain.--- If British influence is to effect the suffrage of a free people, let them read the following melanc

Christopher Kieser to Andrew Jackson, February 10, 1818

Christopher Vandeventer to Edmund Pendleton Gaines, November 22, 1819

Christopher Vandeventer to I. Brown, November 22, 1819

[Design drawing for stained glass window for perpetuating Christianity with St. Augustine, King Arthur, Bishop Hobart, St. Francis, The Church of England, Pilgrims of Canterbury, Christopher Columbus, Spain, England, and France for All Saints Church in Detroit, Michigan]

[Title page of History of the United States, vol. I, showing Christopher Columbus holding sword and banner, with soldiers, priest, and Indian woman kneeling before him]

Christopher (Kit) Carson

Christopher L. Sholes to E. M. Joslin, Saturday, January 12, 1861 (Recommendation)

Abraham Lincoln, June 8, 1861 (Memorandum on appointment of Christopher Robinson)

Christopher C. Andrews, Thursday, September 01, 1864 (Printed general orders)

Christopher C. Andrews, Monday, March 28, 1864 (Printed general orders)

Washington, District of Columbia. Gen. Christopher C. Augur & staff

Washington, District of Columbia. Gen. Christopher C. Augur and staff

Walker, Hon. Charles Christopher B. of N.Y.

Walker, Hon. Charles Christopher B. of N.Y. Delegate to Democratic Nat. Convention at Charleston 1860

Christopher C. Andrews, Thursday, March 09, 1865 (Printed General Orders)

[Bank note vignettes showing pilgrims, Christopher Columbus, and possibly other explorers landing in America on board ship]

[Bank note vignettes showing explorers including Christopher Columbus(?), pilgrims landing in America, women symbolizing arts and sciences, and Benjamin Franklin performing electricity experiment with key and kite]

Root, hog, or die - Christopher Columbus Bennett has discovered the true Indian policy / Th. Nast.

The head guard on the South Eastern Railway, 1885--The engine is one of Richard Christopher Mansell's "Gunboat" 0-4-4 tanks, built for Greenwich, Woolrich and Blackheath local services

[St. Christopher Canal, Venice, Italy]

Christopher Columbus: Discoverer of America 1492

Building the John G. Christopher [at Wilmington, Del. 1892. Steamship was re-named Winyah]

Christopher Columbus. Discoverer of America

The Christopher Columbus Arch, New York, U.S.A. El Arco de Christobal Colon, New York, E.U. de A.

[Steamer Christopher Columbus]

Mrs. W.B. Leeds, now wife of Prince Christopher of Greece

[Str. Christopher Columbus, departing, Chicago, Ill.]

Gen. Christopher Thompson

Prince Christopher (Greece)

[Christopher Columbus, half-length portrait, facing slightly right]

[Washington Boulevard and Christopher Columbus statue, Detroit, Mich.]

[Steamer Christopher Columbus from Duluth passing industrial buildings]

Henry Christopher Baily

Christopher Wren

S.S. "Christopher Columbus"

On the streets of Basse-Terre - houses falling to pieces from neglect, St. Christopher, W.I.

[Christopher Gadsden, 1724-1805, half-length portrait, standing, facing left]

[Christopher Columbus, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right]

SULLIVAN, CHRISTOPHER. HONORABLE

Str. Christopher Columbus

[James Christopher Delahanty, baseball second baseman, full-length portrait, facing right, in uniform of the Brooklyn Feds, throwing baseball]

Dr. Christopher Addison

An interesting photograph made in the courtyard of the former home of Christopher Columbus, on the occasion when a group of American doughboys took a trip to this historical spot of interest

Princess Aspacia [i.e. Anastasia], Prince Christopher and Dowager Queen of Greece

Christopher D. Sullivan, NY

Christopher D. Sullivan, NY

Prince Christopher and Princess Anastasia at Capitol, with Greek royal family

Prince Andrew and Prince Christopher of Greece

Prince Christopher & wife, [3/2/23]

Portrait photograph of Christopher Morley and Mitchell Kennerley

SURPRISED? MAGICIAN CHRISTOPHER, LEFT, EXTRACTS AN EGG, SO IT SEEMS, FROM THE MOUTH OF SURPRISED DIANA ROOSEVELT, DAUGHTER OF MRS. J. HALL ROOSEVELT OF DETROIT, AT THE ANNUAL EASTER EGG ROLLING AT THE WHITE HOUSE. MRS. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT IS SHOWN AS SHE GREETED THE THOUSANDS OF WASHINGTON YOUNGSTERS

Palestine disturbances 1936. Funeral on Mt. Zion of Sergeant CH. [i.e., Christopher] Wren of the Palestine Police, who was shot in the Old City

Palestine disturbances 1936. Funeral on Mt. Zion of Sergeant CH. [i.e., Christopher] Wren of the Palestine Police, who was shot in the Old City. Coffin lowered

Palestine disturbances 1936. Funeral on Mt. Zion of Sergeant CH. [i.e., Christopher] Wren of the Palestine Police, who was shot in the Old City. Firing salute

[Portrait of Christopher Isherwood and W.H. Auden]

A tribal lunch at cavalry post at Tel-el-Meleiha, 20 miles North of Beersheba, Jan. 18, 1940. Christopher Holm, (Public Information Office) & G.W. Bell (acting District Commissioner of Beersheba) with mounted camel corps in background

Production. Submarine chasers. An adzeman, master of an ancient craft. Christopher Christophersen, sixty-five, still puts in a full day at an Eastern boatyard shaping oak keels for subchasers. Marine Construction Company, Stamford, Connecticut

Mrs. Christopher J. Mileham, residence in Sharon, Connecticut. Entrance facade I

Mrs. Christopher J. Mileham, residence in Sharon, Connecticut. Living room, to balcony

Mrs. Christopher J. Mileham, residence in Sharon, Connecticut. Living room, from hall

Mrs. Christopher J. Mileham, residence in Sharon, Connecticut. Large guest room

Mrs. Christopher J. Mileham, residence in Sharon, Connecticut. Exterior

Mrs. Christopher J. Mileham, residence in Sharon, Connecticut. Living room, to terrace

Mrs. Christopher J. Mileham, residence in Sharon, Connecticut. Entrance facade II

Mrs. Christopher J. Mileham, residence in Sharon, Connecticut. Dining room, to fireplace

Mrs. Christopher J. Mileham, residence in Sharon, Connecticut. Master bedroom, to beds

Mrs. Christopher J. Mileham, residence in Sharon, Connecticut. Dining room gable

Mrs. Christopher J. Mileham, residence in Sharon, Connecticut. Living room fireplace

Mrs. Christopher J. Mileham, residence in Sharon, Connecticut. Dining room, to garden

Mrs. Christopher J. Mileham, residence in Sharon, Connecticut. Living room, to fireplace

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