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Frank F. Gibson, 1305 Linden St. Western Union Telegraph Co. Messenger No. 7. 14 years of age. 1 year in service. Visits houses of prostitution. Guides soldiers to segregated district. Smokes. Still at school and works from 8:30 P.M. to 12:30 A.M. Investigator, Edward F. Brown. Location: Wilmington, Delaware / Photo by Louis [i.e. Lewis] W. Hine, May, 1910.

Title page showing enormous serpent, "The Boas", with man in its mouth, in Edward Tobsell, The historie of serpents, London, William Jaggard, 1608

By His Excellency Edward Lord Cornbury, His Majesty's Capt. General and Governour in chief of the Province of New York ... A proclamation [Dissolving the General Assembly and that another General Assembly shall be called] Given at New York this

By His Excellency. Edward Lord Cornbury, His Majesty's Capt. General and Governour in chief of the Province of New York ... A proclamation. Whereas it hath pleased Almighty God for our sins, immoralties and prophaneness to visit the city and pro

An ordinance of His Excellency Edward Lord Cornbury, Capt. General and Governour in chief of the Province of New York ... For suspending the proceedings of the High Court of Chancery of the Province of New York. Given at Fort William Henry in Ne

By His Excellency Edward Lord Cornbury, His Majesty's Capt. General and Governour in chief of the Province of New York ... A proclamation. Whereas the Supreme Court of Her Majesties Province of New York ought by the constitution, there of to be

By His Excellency Edward Lord Cornbury, His Majesty's Capt. General and Governour in chief of the Province of New York ... A Proclamation [Calling the General Assembly to meet in the town of Jamaica on Oct. 14th instead of the City of New York o

By His Excellency. Edward Lord Cornbury, Capt, General and Governour in Chief of the Province of New York ... A proclamation. Whereas the inhabitants of this Province, by their immortalities and prophaneness have provoked Almighty God to anger a

By His Excellency Edward Lord Cornbury, His Majesty's Capt. General and Governour in chief of the Province of New York ... A proclamation. Whereas I am credibly informed that Thomas Weaver Esq ... hath by many fraudulent and indirect practices,

By His Excellency Edward Lord Cornbury, His Majesty's Capt. General and Governour in chief of the Province of New York ... A proclamation. Whereas sundry persons within the city of New York have made a common practice of heaping together great q

Captain Edward England

Capt. Edward Low in a hurricane which he and all the crew had like to perished

Capt. Edward England

[Fort Edward to Crown Point.

Plan of the attack on Fort William Henry and Ticonderoga; showing the road from Fort Edward, Montcalm's camp and wharf of landing, &c.

A view of the city of the Havana, taken from the road near Colonel Howe's battery Vue de la ville de la Havane prise du chemin pres de la batterie du Colonel Howe = Vista de la Ciudad de la Havana desde el camino de la bateria del Coronel Howe / / drawn by Elias Durnford Engineer ; etch'd by Paul Sandby ; engraved by Edw'd Rooker.

A topographical map of Hudsons River, with the channels depth of water, rocks, shoals &c. and the country adjacent, from Sandy-Hook, New York and bay to Fort Edward, also the communication with Canada by Lake George and Lake Champlain, as high as Fort Chambly on Sorel River. 1776.

[A farm at Egmont harbor, Prince Edward Island]

[Egmont harbor - a distant view, Prince Edward Island]

Rutledge Edward to Thomas Jefferson, February 12, 1779, Aid for Georgia

Horatio Gates to Edward Stevens, July 22, 1780

Horatio Gates to Edward Carrington, October 12, 1780

Horatio Gates to Edward Carrington, August 3, 1780

Edward Moody to George Muter, October 20, 1780

Horatio Gates to Edward Stevens, November 8, 1780

Thomas Jefferson, January 1780, Docket for Correspondence from Horatio Gates and Edward Stevens

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Bancroft, February 21, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Bridgen, August 21, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Rutledge, October 9, 1787

The House of representatives, apprehending it of importance, that the Governour's objections to a bill, reducing the salary of the governour from eleven hundred to eight hundred pounds ... Done in Court-Street Boston, by Edward Eveleth Powars, 1

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the House of representatives, March 10, 1787. Resolved, that the several persons that have been, or may hereafter be chosen for the present year as selectmen, assessors ... and collectors ...Boston, by Edward Ev

A Draught of ten lots of ground in the northern liberties of the city of Philadelphia, surveyed the 28th August 1787, beginning at a bridge on the old York Road, N. 2⁰. W. 36 3/4 perches up said road to a corner of Beech Street, thence up said street N. 85⁰. W. 27 perches to a corner of land formerly Edward Roberts'; thence by said land S. 1⁰. E. 45 perches to Peggs Run, thence down said run, N. 78⁰. E. 28 perches to the place of beginning.

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Bancroft, May 6, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Hall Jr., August 20, 1788

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Bancroft, April 9, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Bancroft, March 1, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Bancroft, September 25, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Bancroft, August 5, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Bancroft, March 24, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Bancroft, April 24, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Bancroft, July 12, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Jerningham, May 21, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Bancroft, June 15, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Dowse, April 1, 1790

Baptism of Edward I / M. Brown Jr.

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Telfair, December 15, 1791

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Telfair, March 26, 1791, Transcription recipient states William Telfair

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Church, March 13, 1792

Edward Devise to Charles Wolf, August 4, 1792

Edward Rutledge to Thomas Jefferson, May 26, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Rutledge, September 11, 1792

Edward Telfair to Thomas Jefferson, October 3, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Charles Genet, December 6, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Charles Genet, December 6, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Dowse, July 26, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Church, December 11, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Telfair, September 9, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Telfair, May 22, 1793

Edward Rutledge to Thomas Jefferson, November 9, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Church, September 12, 1793

... An act to authorize the officers of the Treasury to audit and pass the account ofthe late Edward Blanchard, deceased ... [Followed by] An act authorizing a loan of two million of dollars. [Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794.].

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Stevens, June 14, 1797

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Livermore, January 29, 1798, Partly Illegible

Edward Phalon. Wig and toupee manufacturer. ... New York [18-].

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Gantt, August 21, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Livingston, November 1, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Gantt, August 29, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Gantt, September 19, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Savage, March 30, 1802

Edward Savage to Thomas Jefferson, April 29, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Savage, June 9, 1802

Edward Livingston to James Madison, July 31, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Savage, January 10, 1802

Edward Savage to Thomas Jefferson, April 29, 1802

Edward Gantt, March 2, 1802, Statement of Medical Services, Incomplete

Edward Howe, November, 1803. Bill of lading for tobacco shipment.

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Tiffin, June 20, 1803

Edward Livingston to Thomas Jefferson, January 19, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Savage, March 4, 1803

Edward Smith to Andrew Jackson, February 22, 1804

Edward Preble to Robert Smith, May 18, 1805

Edward Johnston to Thomas Jefferson, July 11, 1805, Bill

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Rowse, August 4, 1805

Edward Preble to Thomas Jefferson, July 30, 1805

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Preble, July 6, 1805

Edward Gantt to Thomas Jefferson, January 23, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to G. C. Edward Jenner, May 14, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Tiffin, February 2, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Livingston, May 6, 1808

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Tiffin, January 30, 1808

Edward Bondurant, January 1, 1812

William Hume to Edward George Washington Butler, May 1, 1815

Benjamin Hawkins to Edward Nicolls, March 19, 1815

Battle of New Orleans and defeat of the British under the command of Sir Edward Packenham [sic] by Genl. Andrew Jackson 8th Jany. 1815 / drawn by S. Seymour ; engraved by J. W. Steel.

Edward Livingston to John Brandt, July 2, 1816

Andrew Jackson to Edward George Washington Butler, August 19, 1816

Edward George Washington Butler to Andrew Jackson, September 16, 1817

In memory of Dr. Thomas Russell, son of the late Capt. Edward Russell of Salem, who died at Fort Smith, Arkansas River, August 24th, 1819. in the 27th year of his age. [1819].

Edward T. Channing to William S. Shaw, December 10, 1819

Fort Edward / painted by W.G. Wall ; engraved by I. Hill.