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A Plott of all the coast of Cornwall and Devonshire as they were to be fortified in 1588 against the leanding of any enemy

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-].

In Council of Safety. Philadelphia, November 14th, 1776. 12 o'Clock, Thursday. Sir. We have certain intelligence that the enemy has actually sailed from New York three hundred ships for this City and that great numbers had got out of the Hook at

Plan of The Narrows, shewing the channel, shoal, depth of water, and the several battery's proposed on each side to prevent an enemy's sailing up to New York.

In Council of Safety. Philadelphia, November 14th, 1776. 12 o'Clock, Thursday. Sir. We have certain intelligence that the enemy has actually sailed from New York three hundred ships for this City and that great numbers had got out of the Hook at

Cheveaux de-frize, large joints or beams, stuck full of wooden pins, armed with iron, to stop breaches, or to secure a passage of a camp against the enemy's cavalry

The following was written with and expectation that I should have the liberty to lay the same before the Court of Enquiry, before whom I was impeached as and enemy to my country, and cast into prison, (in Boston 6th August 1776) but it has been

Hartford, August 21, 1777 The following is a narrative of part of the transactions at and near Fort Stanwix, since the investiture of that place by the enemy, given in manuscript by Lieutenant-Colonel Willet, of that garrison. [Hartford 1777].

In Council of Safety. Lancaster, 21st October, 1777. [Proclamation directing the confiscation of property of persons giving aid or resorting to the enemy and naming commissioners to dispose of it.] By order of the Council of Safety. Thomas, Whar

In Council of Safety. Lancaster, 21st October, 1777. [Proclamation directing the confiscation of property of persons giving aid or resorting to the enemy and naming commissioners to dispose of it.] By order of the Council of Safety. Thomas, Whar

State of Rhode Island and Providence plantations. In General Assembly, March session A. D. 1777. This Assembly being under great concern that no attempts hath as yet been made against the enemy upon Rhode-Island, which they consider as a great d

The Phoenix and the Rose engaged by the enemy's fire ships and galleys on the 16 Augst. 1776 / engrav'd from the original picture by S. Serres from a sketch of Sir James Wallace's.

Position of the detachment under Lieut't Col'l Baum, at Walmscock near Bennington; shewing the attacks of the enemy on the 16th August 1777.

State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the House of representatives ... Whereas the troops of the Southern states will now be needed for the defence of that quarter, and by reason of the late advantages obtained by the enemy, we are compelled to call fo

In Council. January 19, 1781. Sir. The invasion of our country by the enemy at the close of the late session of Assembly their pushing immediately to this place, the dispersion of the publick papers, which for the purpose of saving them necessar

Haerlem, November 21, 1783. State of New-York, ss. By the Council appointed by the Act of the Legislature, entitled, "An act to provide for the temporary government of the southern parts of this state, whenever the enemy shall abandom or shall b

To Aristides, The advocate of Aaron Burr, if not Mr. Burr himself, and the implacable enemy of emigrants from all quarters of the globe. Sir. On perusing your pamphlet in favor of Aaron Burr, I find you profess to be a guardian of religion- as m

[Cut] Offset of the Chesapeake, or The capture of Fort George and repulse of the enemy from Sacket's harbor. [1813].

Worcester, March 13, 1815. Gentlemen. In congratulating you upon the return of peace with a people whom our government indiscreetly chose to make an enemy, we should most fervently rejoice, could we announce, that the government, and its partiza

State of Louisiana. Militia general orders Headquarters, January 26, 1815. The governor and commander in chief congratulates the militia of the state on the expulsion of the enemy who had so daringly invaded our soil and threatened our capital .

U.S. Reports: The Rugen, 14 U.S. (1 Wheat.) 62 (1816)

Facing the enemy / painted by F.W. Edmonds ; engraved by T. Doney.

Telegraphig, Exclusively for the National Whig. National Whig-----Extra. General Scott in Mexico. Battle eight miles from City. Enemy soon gave say. Stiuplations for surrender. Loss three hundred. Scott's entrance into the City without oppositio

Tricks of the enemy! "Know nothing" Falsehoods!! It is reported throughout this city, and published on the street corners, that "Arch Bishop Hughes of N. Y., is in this city for the purpose of controlling the Catholic and foreign vote of Washing

Sketch no. 4 of roads between H.-Q. 10th Army Corps and Swift Creek on the south : with enemy's 2nd line of intrenchements [sic] around Drury's Bluff on the north /

Lieutenant Tompkins, at the head of Company B, U.S. Dragoons, charging into town at Fairfax Court House, killing thirty of the enemy and carrying off five prisoners, in the face of fifteen hundred secession troops, on Saturday, June 1, 1861

Topographical sketch of the line of operations of the Army of the Ohio under the command of Major General D. C. Buell, U.S. Volunteers : evacuation of Corinth by the enemy, May 30th, 1862 /

To the people of Western Virginia. The Army of the Confederate states has come among you to expel the enemy, to rescur the people from the despotism of the counterfeit state government imposed on you by the Northern bayonets, and to restore the

To the people of Western Virginia. The army of the Confederate States has come among you to expel the enemy, to rescue the people from the despotism of the counterfeit state government imposed on you by northern bayonets and to restore the count

General Pope's headquarters at Rappahannock Station - General Sigel on the roof watching the enemy [Va.]

Topographical sketch of Corinth, Mississippi and its environs: showing the enemy's entrenchments, and the approach of the U.S. forces/

Map showing position Union and Rebel armies 2 p.m. 30th June : and the routes of advance of enemy on the Union Army at White Oak Swamp Creek Va.

Topographical sketch of the battlefield of Stone's River near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, December 31st, 1862 to Jan. 3d, 1863 : Major General W.S. Rosecrans, Commanding of the Forces of the United States : General Braxton Bragg, Commanding the enemy's forces.

Map shewing [sic] movements of army from 30th June to 1st July 1863 : and first encounter of 1st Corps with the enemy.

The Enemy's fortifications around Vicksburg

Map of Warrenton Junction, Orange and Alexandria R.R., Virginia shewing destruction of R.R. by enemy, October 1863.

George G. Meade to Henry W. Halleck, Monday, October 12, 1863 (Telegram reporting movements of the enemy)

Don't unchain the tiger! ... Workingmen! when any man asks you to break the law, and tries to stir up your passions, while he skulks out of sight, you may set him down as your worst enemy ... Don't unchain the tiger! A democratic workingman. New

Copy of section of photograph map captured from the enemy, showing country adjacent to Richmond and lines of defensive works surrounding the city.

Plan of enemy's battery no. 5 in front of Petersburg before the advance of U.S. Forces, June 1864 /

Copy of section of photograph map captured from the enemy, showing country adjacent to Richmond and lines of defensive works surrounding the city. /

North Anna River, Virginia. View of log bridge at Quarles' mill. Where a portion of the 5th Corps under Gen. Warren had to cross and carry the enemy's line of works on the crest of the hill

Map illustrating the siege of Atlanta, Ga. by the U.S. forces, under command of Maj. Gen. W.T. Sherman : from the passage of Peach Tree Creek, July 19th, 1864 to the commencement of the movement upon the enemy's lines of communication south of Atlanta, August 26, 1864 /

Sketch no. 4 of roads between Hd. Qu. 10th Army Corps and Swift Creek on the south : with enemy's 2nd line of intrenchments around Drury's Bluff on the north /

Ulysses S. Grant to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 30, 1865 (Telegram reporting number of enemy casualties)

Ulysses S. Grant to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 31, 1865 (Telegram reporting enemy attack)

Map illustrating the siege of Atlanta, Ga. by the U.S. forces under command of Maj. Gen. W. T. Sherman, from the passage of Peach Tree Creek, July 19th 1864, to the commencement of the movement upon the enemy's lines of communication south of Atlanta, August 26, 1864.

U.S. Reports: The Adela, 73 U.S. (6 Wall.) 266 (1868)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Grossmayer, 76 U.S. (9 Wall.) 72 (1869)

The Sumter running the blockade of St. Pierre, Martinique, by the enemy's ship, "Iroquois," on the 23d. Nov. 1861 / lith. by Hoen & Co. Balto.

South Mountain showing the positions of the forces of the United States and the enemy during the battle fought by the Army of the Potomac under the command of Major General G. B. McClellan, Sept. 14th 1862

[South Mountain showing the positions of the forces of the United States and the enemy during the battle fought by the Army of the Potomac under the command of Major General G. B. McClellan, Sept. 14th 1862. Am.

Woman's holy war. Grand charge on the enemy's works

Map illustrating the military operations in front of Atlanta, Ga. From the passage of Peach Tree Creek, July 19th 1864, to the commencement of the movement upon the enemy's lines of communication, south of Atlanta, August 26th 1864

[Chains which were pulled across between Galata and Istanbul in old times to prevent enemy ships from entering the Golden Horn, and tomb in the courtyard of the Weapons Museum] / Abdullah Frères.

Gulliver-Cleveland takes possession of the enemy's fleet and deprives them of their strength / Gillam.

In the hands of the enemy after Gettysburg

Wm. Gillette's Held by the enemy

Wm. Gillette's Held by the enemy

Wm. Gillette's Held by the enemy

Wm. Gillette's Held by the enemy

[Philippine insurrection]: Burial of the enemy

The big scenic production, Man's enemy by Chas. A. Longdon & Eric Hudson : now in its 4th year in England.

Washington troops at the Taquig [i.e. Taguig] church, just before they charged the Filipinos - sentinels watching the enemy - P.I. / Strohmeyer & Wyman, publishers, New York, N.Y.

The big scenic production, Man's enemy by Chas. A. Longdon & Eric Hudson : now in it's 4th year in England.

[The Red Man posed byTakes Enemy, Sioux Indian]

The big scenic production, Man's enemy by Chas. A. Longdon & Eric Hudson : now in it's 4th year in England.

336th Inf. Charging enemy

[Takes Enemy, American Indian]

The big scenic production, Man's enemy by Chas. A. Longdon and Eric Hudson : now in its 4th year in England.

The big scenic production, Man's enemy by Chas. A. Longdon & Eric Hudson : now in its fourth year in England.

The big scenic production, Man's enemy, or The downward path now in it's 4th year in England.

A bead on the enemy - Funston's fighters in the Jungle, Philippine Islands

The old enemy of the canal at his old tricks / Dalrymple.

Regulars and irregulars-- but all arrayed against a common enemy / Keppler.

[Japanese Red Cross taking care of enemy soldiers near the Amur River]

In the trenches at the Sha-ho - firing on the enemy from bomb-proof retreats, Manchuria

Holds The Enemy

Strong Enemy

War game - looking for enemy from "Washington"

Scouts on the March. Sighting the Enemy's Camp

Another call "More men and still more until the enemy is crushed" Lord Kitchener / Elk ; Printed by Hill, Siffken & Co. (L.P.A. Ltd.), Grafton Works, Holloway, London, N.

[Children protesters with signs: "Mr. Wilson is busy protecting America's Enemy. The British Empire," etc.]

Help to end the war by enlisting ... carry the fight into the enemy's country / printed by David Allen & Sons Ld. Harrow. London.

Every life saved by efficient medical aid is a blow struck at the heart of the enemy. Strike a blow to-day by helping the Canadian Red Cross

Is your home worth fighting for? It will be too late to fight when the enemy is at your door, so join to-day / Hely's Limited, Litho., Dublin.

[Protesters with signs: "Lloyd George the Anarchist and Wilson his junior partner," "Mr. Wilson is busy protecting America's enemy. The British Empire," and "Mr Wilson! Murder is Murder whether by a Turk or an Englishman"

The great naval battle: the first sight of the enemy. The fleets in touch: British battle-cruisers encounterng the German high-seas fleet off Jutland

Enemy ships of the types sunk by the grand fleet

British Cavalry after attack on enemy

Showing them up - see the Herald's enemy alien list

[Flag] Two things the country needs Less waste. More production. What the people save and what the people make are the means of winning the war. Keep work moving stopping or delaying work helps the enemy. Department of Commerce. Office of the Se

[Companies M and K, Three hundred and twenty-sixth Infantry, Eighty-second Division, advancing on enemy positions, throwing hand grenades. Choloy, France]

Presumed enemy order of battle, October 7, 1918 : [Sommerance region].

Don't let any body deceive you, little tiger : the red blooded American knows a friend from an enemy

Something the enemy never did

The science of war has gone backto the methods of a hundred years ago in South Russia where the Cossacks are driving the Bolsheviks back towards Moscow. With no artillery and very little equipment, the "Volunteer" army of General Denikine is defeating the enemy by sheer individual daring and recklessness. This is a skirmish line on the South Russia front. It would offer small protection under conditions prevailing on the old Western Front. But when the Bolsheviks summon daring enough to make it uncomfortable, the Cossacks get up and charge, and one charge of these Cossacks keeps the enemy satisfied with fighting for a month. The South Russians want an independent Russian government. The American Red Cross found their families suffering hardships uncomplainingly because their men were "fighting for the good of Russia"

The first battle near Manturia [i.e. Manchuria]. The Japanese soldiers defeated the enemy's cavalry

Our army attacks from sky, water and shore, and repulsed enemy of Siberia

The enemy could not withstand the fierce attacks of the American infantrymen

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