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"Insula Canibalium" - Indians attacking fleet of Spanish ships; scene of cannibalism in left fg.

[Philip V, King of Spain, 1683-1746, his royal fleet landing at Naples, 170-]

His Majesty’s most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Monday, March the 21st, 1714/15 [blank] Boston: Re-printed by T. Fleet and T. Crump. In Pudding-Lane. Sold by Nicholas Buttolph and Samuel Gerrish 1715.

Boston, May 12,1774. Gentlemen. By the British parliament for blocking up the Harbour of Boston, with a fleet of ships of war, and preventing the entrance in, or exportation of, all sorts of merchandize, on penalty of forfeiture of the goods and

Late advices from London. London. Proceedings in the Lower house of assembly. February 20, 1775 … Boston: Printed by Thomas & John Fleet. [1775].

The Attack and defeat of the American fleet under Benedict Arnold by the King's fleet commanded by Sir Guy Carleton upon Lake Champlain in "11th" of "Octr." 1776.

Interesting intelligence from Europe. Boston May 13, 1776 … [Boston. Printed by T. and J. Fleet 1776].

The attack and defeat of the American fleet under Benedict Arnold, by the Kings fleet commanded by Captn. Thos. Pringle, upon Lake Champlain, the 11th of October, 1776.

Commodore Hopkins, commander in chief of the American Fleet

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, November 16th, 1776. Sir. The fleet which sailed from New-York and took its course to the Southward with the appearance of a design to enter this River, after keeping that course for some time suddenly altered

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, November 16th, 1776. Sir. The fleet which sailed from New-York and took its course to the Southward with the appearance of a design to enter this River, after keeping that course for some time suddenly altered

A sketch of the operations of His Majesty's fleet and army under the command of Vice Admiral the Rt. Hble. Lord Viscount Howe and Genl. Sr. Wm. Howe, K.B., in 1776.

[Penobscot River and Bay, with the operations of the English fleet, under Sir George Collyer, against the division of Massachusetts troops acting against Fort Castine, August 1779; with full soundings up to the present site of Bangor.

State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the House of representatives, June 15, 1779. Whereas by the returns made into the Secretary's office from more than two thirds of the towns belonging to this State ... [Boston: Printed by Thomas and John Fleet, 177

Richd. Lord Viscount Howe rear admiral of the White and commander in chief of the fleet in N. America

A Plan of the entrance of Chesapeak [sic] Bay, with James and York Rivers; wherein are shewn the respective positions (in the beginning of October) 1. of the British Army commanded by Lord Cornwallis, at Gloucester and York in Virginia; 2. of the American and French forces under General Washington, 3. and of the French fleet under Count de Grasse.

A Plan of the entrance of Chesapeak Bay, with James and York rivers; wherein are shewn the respective positions (in the beginning of October) 1.⁰ of the British Army commanded by Lord Cornwallis at Gloucester and York in Virginia; 2.⁰ of the American and French forces under General Washington; 3.⁰ and of the French Fleet under Count de Grasse.

Map of the islands of Martinico, Dominico, Guardalupe, St. Christophers &c. shewing the place of Adml. Rodney's late victory over the French fleet.

To the right honble. Lord Rodney admiral of the White, vice admiral of Great Britain, Commander in Chief of his majesties fleet in the West Indies, this view of the glorious & signal victory obtain'd over the French fleet ... is most respectfuly offered by his lordships most obedt. & very humble servant Thomas Walker Lieut. 2d Battn. 60th light Infantry / Thos. Walker delin. ; Jno. Wells sculp.

Quaestiones sub Reverendo Josepho Willard, S. T. D. Universitatis Harvardianae, quae est praeside, in comitiis publicis ... Bostoniae: Typis Thomae et Johannis Fleet. [1789].

Harvard University in Cambridge, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The order of the exercises of commencement. July 16th, M,DCC, XCIV [44 lines] Boston: Printed by Thomas Fleet, 1794.

Harvard University, in Cambrdge. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The order of exercises of commencement, July 17th, M,DCC, XCIX. [Boston] (Printed by J. & T. Fleet) [1799].

The star spangled banner ... Written by F. Key, Esq. During the conflict between Fort M' Henry, and the British Fleet, in 1814. Swain typ. [181-]

Grand victory on Lake Champlain [Cuts] Tenth naval victory.- "Com. Macdonough obtained a glorious victory, over the British Fleet on Lake Champlain Sept. 11 ... The old-war proverb still holds good; "There's virtue in the Yankee blood." Tune ...

Brillant naval victory [Cuts] Com. M'Donough has captured the whole British fleet on Lake Champlain. [Two columns of verse] [Boston] Printed by N. Coverly, Jun. [1814].

A N.b.E. view of the fort on the western end of Sulivans Island with the disposition of His Majesty's fleet commanded by Commodore Sir Peter Parker Knt. &c &c &c during the attack on the 28th. of June 1776, which lasted 9 hours and 40 minutes

His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales, with Mayor Howard of Portland on his left; photographed just prior to departure on board his fleet, at Portland, Maine, October 20, 1860 / by George Stacy, 143 Madison Street, New-York.

Villafranca. American fleet

U.S. gunboats DeKalb, Mound City, and Cincinati [i.e. Cincinnati] - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Pittsburg - Mississippi River Fleet

Fleet above the Falls in Red River - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Lafayette, Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Essex - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Peosta - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Ozark - Mississippi River Fleet

Wreck of U.S. gunboat Indianola - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Lexington [i.e. Tyler] - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Tyler - Mississippi River Fleet

Fleet of monitors, Trent's Reach, James River, Va. Saugus in foreground

[Page of text with articles: Commander Dahlgren and his guns; the Washington Navy-yard; the United States fleet off Fort Pickens; the Departure of the "Atlantic" and "Baltic" with troops; and Ye knyghte, ye squire, and ye ladye, a metrical romance of the Middle Ages]

U.S. hospital boat Red Rover - Mississippi River Fleet

The Mississippi River Fleet at Mound City, Illinois

U.S. gunboat Osage - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Milwaukee - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Choctaw - Mississippi River Fleet

United States Fleet off the Harbor of Pensacola

[Fleet of monitors in Trent's Reach, James River, Virginia]

Relief of Fort Pickens, by the United States fleet, March 23, 1861 / sketched from the wheel-house of the Atlantic by an officer of the expedition.

Interesting bird's eye view of the seat of war. Showing parts of the states of Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and North Carolina; and also the coast line from Cape Henry to Fort Pickens, with the United States blockading fleet.

U.S. gunboat Cairo - Mississippi River Fleet

Commodore Farragut's squadron and Captain Porter's mortar fleet entering the Mississippi River / sketched by an Officer of the "Mississippi".

Commodore Farragut's squadron and Captain Porter's mortar fleet entering the Mississippi River

A. C. Rossire & Co. to Jacob Van Fleet, Saturday, December 06, 1862 (Recommendation; endorsed by R. Withers)

Commodore Farragut's squadron and Captain Porter's mortar fleet entering the Mississippi River

Plan of Fort Jackson, showing the effect of the bombardment by the U.S. mortar flotilla and gunboats, April 18th to 24th 1862 : flag officer D.G. Farragut commanding fleet, Com. D.D. Porter commanding flotilla /

Reconnoissance of the Mississippi River below Forts Jackson and St. Philip : made previous to the reduction by the U.S. Fleet, under the command of flag officer D.G. Farragut, U.S.N. /

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). View of Yorktown and fleet from Farenholt's house. Battery No. 1 in foreground

Attack on Federal fleet at Galveston, January 1, 1863.

[Morris Island, South Carolina. U.S. Fleet offshore]

Bombardment of Port Hudson by Admiral Farragut's fleet Assault of the Second Louisiana (Colored) regiment on the Rebel works at Port Hudson, May 27 / / from a sketch by our special artist.

Bombardment of Fort M'Allister by the iron-clad fleet / from a sketch by an eye-witness on board the "Montauk". Union Jim / from a photograph. A straggler / sketched by Mr. A.R. Waud.

Hampton Roads, Va., fleet in squall, Dec. 1864

Fleet of monitors in Trent's Reach, James River, Va. Butler's "Crow's Nest" signal tower on bank of river

Fleet of Fort Fisher expedition, Hampton Roads, Va., Dec. 1864

Hampton Roads, Virginia. Fleet of Fort Fisher expedition

The war in Louisiana--Commodore Porter's fleet before Alexandria, March 26 / from a sketch by our special artist, C.E.H. Bonwill. - The war in Louisiana--Battle of Crump's Hill, April 2, between Gen. Lee's cavalry and the rebels / from a sketch by our special artist, C.E.H. Bonwill. - The war in Louisiana--Fort De Russy, Red River, captured March 14 / from a sketch by Owen G. Long.

Fleet of whalers in the port of San Francisco

Map showing entrance to Mobile Bay and course taken by Union fleet.

Models of a fleet of vessels in Machinery Hall

[General Mehmed Paşa, Commander of the ironclad fleet division and the officers of the Imperial Ironclad Frigate Asar-i Tevfik] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

Another bombardment - the newspaper fleet firing on the Bedouins in Washington / Gillam.

[Fishing fleet]

Breaking out through the ice - the sealing fleet leaving St. Johns, Newfoundland / drawn by Schell and Hogan from a sketch by J.W. Hayward.

Newport harbor & fleet of N.Y.Y.C. [New York YachtClub]

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

New York - arrival of the French transport steamer Isere with the Bartholdi statue on board, at the base of the pedestal, Bedloe's Island, Friday, June 19th - the salute of welcome by the fleet

New York - the unvailing [i.e., unveiling] of the Bartholdi Statue of Liberty, October 28th - President Cleveland passing through the fleet of assembled vessels in the launch Vixne, on his way to Bedlow's Island [4 sailors standing in foregrd.; Statue of Liberty in backgrd.]

N.Y.Y.C. fleet, Newport harbor

N.Y.Y.C. fleet, Newport harbor

N.Y.Y.C. fleet, Newport harbor

N.Y.Y.C. fleet, Newport harbor

N.Y.Y.C. fleet, Newport harbor

N.Y.Y.C. fleet, Newport harbor

N.Y.Y.C. Fleet, Newport Harbor, August 11, 1888

Fleet of N.Y.Y.C. [New York Yacht Club], Newport

N.Y.Y.C. fleet, Vineyard Haven

N.Y.Y.C. fleet, Vineyard Haven, August 7, '92

N.Y.Y.C. fleet, Vineyard Haven

Officers of Russian fleet, Columbian Naval review, 1892 [i.e., 1893]

Porter's fleet passing the dam at Alexandria

Admiral Porter's fleet at the mouth of the Yazoo

Fleet of fishing boat [sic] on bank of Ganges (?)

[Fleet of boats, possibly part of America's Cup races]

The White Fleet

Fleet of N.Y.Y.C. [New York Yacht Club], Glencove [sic]

Morro Castle after its bombardment by Rear-Admiral Sampson's fleet, Santiago, Cuba

Grave of Cervera's fleet, Santiago de Cuba

Siboney burning after its destruction by Sampson's fleet

Return of Santiago fleet, New York Harbor, Aug. 20, 1898

Return of Santiago fleet, New York Harbor, Aug. 20, 1898

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