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An elegiack tribute to the sacred dust of the Reverend and worthy Mr. Seaborn Cotton pastour of the Church of Christ at Hampton in New England: who was disharged from his work and office, to be admitted into Heaven, April 20th 1686. [Boston: Pri

[Title page - no illus. of Triyals of...Witches... by Cotton Mather]

Wonders of the invisible world: being an account of the trials of several witches, lately executed in New England...by Cotton Mather

"Spiritual milk for American babes, drawn out of the breasts of both Testaments, for their souls nourishment, by John Cotton"

American manufactures. The subscriber begs leave to inform the citizens of the United States, that he makes on the shortest notice and in the completest manner, all kinds of carding and spinning machines for wool and cotton ... John Hague. Phila

For sale. The quantity of 389,565 acres of farm lands, in sixty adjoining and adjacent tracts, fit for wheat, rye and other grain, cattle, tobacco and cotton. These lands (except one tract) are situated in the county of Rutherford, District of M

Thomas Jefferson, March 24, 1792, Cotton Production

Linen with cotton thread sampler sewn by Sophia Porter in 1796

To the citizens of the State of Mississippi Cotton Planter. No. 1. Fellow citizens ... [Signed] Cotton Planter. [18- ].

To the citizens of the State of Mississippi. Cotton planter, No. II. To Judge Leake. [Signed] Cotton planter. [18-?].

Bagging cotton

Bagging cotton, Reid's salt ponds

Cotton spinning, Mr. Reid's salt ponds

Cotton spinning, Salt Ponds

[Pattern designs for cotton summer kimonos]

Providence, October 20, 1815. Sir. The cotton manufacturers of this town and its vicinity have, at two several meetings, taken into consideration the present situation of the cotton manufacturing interest, and the difficulties arising from the c

A Cotton carrier

U.S. Reports: Shepherd v. Hampton, 16 U.S. (3 Wheat.) 200 (1818)

U.S. Reports: Lanusse v. Barker, 16 U.S. (3 Wheat.) 101 (1818)

Cotton Gins...the machine invented by Eli Whitney, for ginning cotton, politely sent to us from the U.S. Patent Office

U.S. Reports: Brown and Company vs. M'Gran, 39 U.S. (14 Pet.) 479 (1840)

To the Honorable the Senate of the United States. Your memorialists, Importers of cotton manufacturers in the City of New-York, respectfully represent ... [1842?].

[Title page and last page of Strange Phenomena of New England in the 17th Century including the "Salem Witchcraft, 1692", from the writing of Cotton Mather, New York, 1846]

[Title page and last page of Strange Phenomena of New England in the 17th Century including the "Salem Witchcraft, 1692", from the writing of Cotton Mather, New York, 1846]

Cotton machinery

"Epurator" machine for cleaning cotton

Rev. Cotton Smith

Rev. Cotton Smith

U.S. Reports: Dennistoun et al. v. Stewart, 59 U.S. (18 How.) 565 (1856)

U.S. Reports: Kinsman et al. v. Parkhurst, 59 U.S. (18 How.) 289 (1856)

Rev. Cotton Smith

U.S. Reports: McRea et al v. Branch of Alabama, 60 U.S. (19 How.) 376 (1857)

Picking cotton on a Georgia plantation

U.S. Reports: White et al. v. Wright et al., 63 U.S. (22 How.) 19 (1860)

Cotton press

Cotton field, Retreat Plantation, Port Royal Island, S.C. / Photographed by Hubbard & Mix, Beaufort, S.C.

I take the liberty of showing you the manner in which the new tariff bill, at present before Congress, called the Morrill bill, will effect spool cotton ... George A. Clark. New York, Jan'y 31st, 1861.

[Composite of scenes of] Our cotton campaign in South Carolina - gathering, ginning, packing and shipping the cotton crops of the Sea Island Royal, by the Federal Army, under General Sherman

The levee at Memphis, Tenn.-Hauling sugar and cotton from their hiding-places for shipment north / sketched by Mr. Alex Simplot.

Memphis (Tennessee) before the war / sketched by Porte Crayon.

King Cotton. Baltimore, Jan. 1, 1862

King Cotton. Baltimore, Jan. 1, 1862

George F. Shepley to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, December 18, 1863 (Cotton trade)

Hanson A. Risley to John G. Nicolay, Thursday, September 29, 1864 (Cotton trade)

Edward R. S. Canby to Horatio King, Wednesday, January 13, 1864 (Compensation for cotton seized by the army)

U.S. Reports: Andromeda, The, 69 U.S. (2 Wall.) 481 (1865)

Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, August 31, 1864 (Memorandum on Cotton)

William P. Fessenden to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 23, 1864 (Regulations concerning cotton trade)

U.S. Reports: Mrs. Alexander's Cotton, 69 U.S. (2 Wall.) 404 (1865)

U.S. Reports: Baigorry, The, 69 U.S. (2 Wall.) 474 (1865)

Our Mexican frontier - cotton press at Piedras Negras, on the Rio Grande, the centre of the rebel trade / from a sketch by our special artist, C.E. Bonwill.

Hannibal Hamlin to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 03, 1865 (Cotton permit for Fergus Peniston)

The ship GLAD TIDINGS, with a cargo of American Cotton, entering the port of Liverpool.

Notice to holders of Confederate cotton. Office Assistant Special agent Treasury Department. District of Vicksburg. Meridian, Miss., August 15th, 1865. All persons holding cotton, the title of which was vested in the so called Confederate states

Syr-dar'inskaia oblast'. G. Tashkend. Iarmarochnyia postroiki

Syr-dar'inskaia oblast'. G. Tashkend. Iarmarochnyia postroiki

Shipment of cotton at Savannah, for New York, on account of the U.S. Government / from a sketch by our special artist, W.T. Crane.

Cotton team in North Carolina

U.S. Reports: The Gray Jacket, 72 U.S. (5 Wall.) 342 (1867)

U.S. Reports: The Sea Lion, 72 U.S. (5 Wall.) 630 (1867)

[King Cotton]

Picking cotton, Savannah, Ga., early Negro life

U.S. Reports: The Ouachita Cotton, 73 U.S. (6 Wall.) 521 (1868)

U.S. Reports: Millingar v. Hartupee, 73 U.S. (6 Wall.) 258 (1868)

U.S. Reports: Coppell v. Hall, 74 U.S. (7 Wall.) 542 (1869)

U.S. Reports: Insurance Company v. Tweed, 74 U.S. (7 Wall.) 44 (1869)

History of Sea Island cotton / from sketches by James E. Taylor.

History of Sea Island cotton / from sketches by James E. Taylor.

U.S. Reports: Feild v. Farrington, 77 U.S. (10 Wall.) 141 (1870)

What shall we do with John Chinaman? [2 illustrations: 1. Irishman throwing a Chinese man over cliff towards China; 2. Southern plantation owner leading him to cotton fields]

A factory operative's appeal, to the President of the United States. Respectfully dedicated to all our fellow operatives engaged in the manufacture of cotton and woolen goods throughout the union by William Forster, of Fall River, Mass. [c. 1869

U.S. Reports: Davis, The, 77 U.S. (10 Wall.) 15 (1870)

U.S. Reports: Miller v. McKenzie, 77 U.S. (10 Wall.) 582 (1871)

Moss tree, Montgomery Ala.

Booth Cotton Mills

U.S. Reports: Cotton Plant, The, 77 U.S. (10 Wall.) 577 (1871)

An essay on the practicability and profitableness of manufacturing the cotton crop of the South within our own limits .... J. S. Peterson, Brunswick, Ga. Oct. 24, 1870.

Cotton, Aylett Rains, MC, Iowa

Scenes in cotton land: A cotton-shed at Savannah [Negro labors]

U.S. Reports: United States v. Crusell, 81 U.S. (14 Wall.) 1 (1872)

A cotton steamer [in New Orleans]

Scenes in cotton land: The cotton press

Scenes in cotton land: The cotton gin

U.S. Reports: United States v. Lapene, 84 U.S. (17 Wall.) 601 (1873)

U.S. Reports: Cutner v. United States, 84 U.S. (17 Wall.) 517 (1873)

U.S. Reports: Allen and Co. v. Ferguson, 85 U.S. (18 Wall.) 1 (1874)

U.S. Reports: Roach v. Summers, 87 U.S. (20 Wall.) 165 (1874)

U.S. Reports: Butt v. Ellett, 86 U.S. (19 Wall.) 544 (1874)

U.S. Reports: Miltenberger v. Cooke, 85 U.S. (18 Wall.) 421 (1874)

U.S. Reports: Railroad Company v. Androscoggin Mills, 89 U.S. (22 Wall.) 594 (1874)

U.S. Reports: Hamilton v. Dillin, 88 U.S. (21 Wall.) 73 (1875)

U.S. Reports: United States v. O'Grady, 89 U.S. (22 Wall.) 641 (1875)

U.S. Reports: Taylor v. Thomas, 89 U.S. (22 Wall.) 479 (1875)

U.S. Reports: Sprott v. United States, 87 U.S. (20 Wall.) 459 (1874)

U.S. Reports: Pleasants v. Fant, 89 U.S. (22 Wall.) 116 (1875)

U.S. Reports: The Elgee Cotton Cases, 89 U.S. (22 Wall.) 180 (1875)

U.S. Reports: Mitchell v. United States, 88 U.S. (21 Wall.) 350 (1875)

U.S. Reports: Haycraft v. United States, 89 U.S. (22 Wall.) 81 (1875)

U.S. Reports: Lamar, Executor, v. Browne et al., 92 U.S. 187 (1876)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Ross, 92 U.S. 281 (1876)

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