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Qubbec, ville de l'Amerique septentrionale dans la Nouvelle France avec titre d'Eveché située sur le fleuve de St. Laurens a 310 degrez 17 minutes de longitude et 46 degrez 55 minutes de latitude : elle fut Assiegée par les Anglois sur les Francois par qui elle est encore possédée l'an 1670 depuis le 16e octobre jusqu'au 22e du meme Mois : monsr de frontenac etant pour lors gouverneur du pays qui leur fit hontue sement lever le siege /

Plan des havres de Port Antonio et de Saint Francois : situés a la coste du nord est de l'isle de la Jamaique.

A view of the fall of Montmorenci and the attack made by General Wolfe, on the French intrenchments near Beauport, with the Grenadiers of the army, July 31 1759 Vue de la chûte ou Saût de Montmorenci et de l'attaque des retrenchments Francois près de Beauport, par le Général Wolfe avec le Grenadiers de l'armée le 31 Juillet 1759 / / drawn on the spot by Capt. Hervey Smyth ; engraved by Wm. Elliot.

A view of Miramichi, a French settlement in the Gulf of St. Laurence, destroyed by Brigadier Murray detached by General Wolfe for that purpose, from the Bay of Gaspe Vue de Miramichi establissement Francois dans le Golfe de St. Laurent, détruit par le Brigadier Murray, détaché a cet effet de la Baye de Gaspé, par le Général Wolfe / / drawn on the spot by Capt. Hervey Smyth ; etch'd by Paul Sandby ; retouched by P. Benazech.

Vuë de la place capitale a Quebeck. Prospect des haupt plazes der untern Stadt zu Quebec Vuë de la place capitale dans la Ville basse a Quebec / / gravé par Francois Xav. Habermann.

Vuë de la basse ville a Quebeck. Prospect von der untern stadt in Quebec gegen St. Laurenz fluss Vuë de la basse ville a Quebec vers le fleuve St. Laurent / / gravé par Francois Xav. Habermann.

Jean Francois Briet to Thomas Jefferson, June 20, 1785

Jean Francois Briet to Thomas Jefferson, June 15, 1785, in French

Thomas Jefferson to Jean Francois Briet, July 13, 1785

Thomas Jefferson to Jean Francois Briet, June 11, 1785

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Soules, September 13, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Soules, February 2, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to Eleonore Francois Elie, Comte de Moustier, July 24, 1787

Title page of Francois Soules, Histoires des troubles de l'Amerique Anglaise (Paris, 1787)

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Soules, January 19, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to Eleonore Francois Elie, Comte de Moustier, October 28, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Baudin, September 20, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to Eleonore Francois Elie, Comte de Moustier, October 9, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to Eleonore Francois Elie, Comte de Moustier, September 1, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to Francois, Marquis de Barbe-Marbois, August 13, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Joseph Paul, Comte de Grasse, January 18, 1788, in French

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Joseph Paul, Comte de Grasse, January 19, 1788, in French

Unknown, February 26, 1788, Notation on Arrival of French Minister Plenipotentiary Eleonore Francois Elie, Comte de Moustier

An escape a la Francois!

Aérotère / H. Francois.

Vue du pensionnat des frères des écoles chrétiennes de Dijon, Côte-d'Or, 1864 / dessiné et lavé par l'élève Mutin Francois.

Francois Porche

[The birthplace of Francois Millet at Gruchy, Normandie]

Francois - Marsal

[The birthplace of Francois Millet at Gruchy, Normandie]

Dr. Francois Marino

MORAN, MRS. FRANCOIS BERGER. MRS. WOODROW WILSON, 1ST; BREAKFAST

Vue de la Baye de Kings-town, Isle de St. Vincent et de la prise de cette Isle par les francois sous les ordres de Mr. le Chevr. de Rumain lieutent. de vaisseau chargé de cette expédition par Mr. d'Estaing le 16 juin 1779

New York, New York. Receptionist making an appointment at Francois de Paris, a hairdresser on Eighth Street

New York, New York. Dyeing hair at Francois de Paris, a hairdresser on Eighth Street

New York, New York. Undoing a permanent hair wave at Francois de Paris, a hairdresser on Eighth Street

Miss Anita Francois, left, salesgirl in the Rosetta Frocks dress shop, selling a skirt to a customer. Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York. Manicurist at Francois de Paris, a hairdresser on Eighth Street

New York, New York. Getting a manicure while drying hair at Francois de Paris, a hairdresser on Eighth Street

New York, New York. Drying hair after dyeing it at Francois de Paris, a hairdresser on Eighth Street

New York, New York. Getting a hair wave at Francois de Paris, a hairdresser on Eighth Street

New York, New York. Dyeing hair at Francois de Paris, a hairdresser on Eighth Street

New York, New York. Receptionist making an appointment at Francois de Paris, a hairdresser on Eighth Street

French journalists chat with Ambassador Bonnet after a luncheon at the French Embassy. Seated left to right: Pierre Denoyer, Jean-Paul Sartre, Stephane Pizella, Mme. Bonnet, Mme. Andree Viollis, Ambassador Bonnet, Mme. Etiennette Benichon, Francois Prieur. Standing: Louis Lombard, Robert Villers and Henri Villieras de Longfies, Assistant to Press Attache of French Embassy

French journalists visit General George C. Marshall at his office in the Pentagon building. Left to right: (seated), General Marshall, Mme Etiennette Benichon, Louis Lombard, (standing) Francois Prieur, Jean-Paul Sartre, Stephane Pizella, and Pierre Denoyer

French journalists visit General George C. Marshall at his office in the Pentagon building. Left to right: (seated), General Marshall, Mme Etiennette Benichon, Louis Lombard, (standing) Francois Prieur, Jean-Paul Sartre, Stephane Pizella, and Pierre Denoyer

French journalists visiting the United States call on French Ambassador to the United States Henri Bonnet at the French Embassy where a luncheon was given for them March 6, 1945. Left to right: Francois Prieur, Mme Andree Viollis, Ambassador Bonnet and M. Louis Lombard

French journalists visiting the United States call on French Ambassador to the United States Henri Bonnet at the French Embassy where a luncheon was given for them March 6, 1945. Left to right: Francois Prieur, Mme Andree Viollis, Ambassador Bonnet and M. Louis Lombard

French journalists visiting the United States are guests of French Ambassador to the United States, Henri Bonnet at a luncheon at the French Embassy on March 6, 1945. Standing on the front steps of the Embassy as they are leaving are, left to right: Mme. Etiennette Benichon, Mme. Andree Viollis, Robert Villers, Ambassador and Mme. Henri Bonnet, Francois Prieur, Stephane Pizella, Pierre Denoyer, Jean-Paul Sartre and Louis Lombard

French journalists visit General George C. Marshall at his office in the Pentagon building. Left to right: (seated), General Marshall, Mme Etiennette Benichon, Louis Lombard, (standing) Francois Prieur, Jean-Paul Sartre, Stephane Pizella, and Pierre Denoyer

Visiting French journalists chatting outside the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. with M. Rene Batigne, Curator of the French Section of the Gallery. Left to right: M. Batigne, Francois Prieur, Pierre Denoyer, Mme. Etiennette Benichon, and Louis Lombard

French journalists chat with Ambassador Bonnet after a luncheon at the French Embassy. Seated left to right: Pierre Denoyer, Jean-Paul Sartre, Stephane Pizella, Mme. Bonnet, Mme. Andree Viollis, Ambassador Bonnet, Mme. Etiennette Benichon, Francois Prieur. Standing: Louis Lombard, Robert Villers and Henri Villieras de Longfies, Assistant to Press Attache of French Embassy

French journalists visit the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. March 4, 1945. Shown in Mr. MacGill James' office. Mr. James is assistant director of the Gallery. Left to right: Pierre Denoyer, Fobert Villers, Mme. Rene Batigne, M. Rene Batigne, Francois Prieur, Louis Lombard, Mr. James, and Mme. Etiennette Benichon

French journalists visit the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., March 4, 1945, where they are shown around by Rene Batigne, Curator of the French Section of the Gallery. Left to right: M. Batigne, Pierre Denoyer, Francois Prieur, Frederick Paul Farish of the OWI French Desk, Mme. Andree Viollis, Robert Villers, B.H. Underhill of the Office of War Information, Commander Pages of the French Military Mission in Washington, and Mme. Etiennette Benichon

[Second Floor Corridor. Printers' marks+Columns. Printer's mark of Francois Regnault in South Corridor. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Second Floor Corridor. Printers' marks+Columns. View of mural between printers' marks of Francois Regnault and Simon Vostre. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Second Floor Corridor. Printers' marks+Columns. View of mural between printers' marks of Francois Regnault and Simon Vostre. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Second Floor Corridor. Printers' marks+Columns. Printer's mark of Francois Regnault in South Corridor. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Second Floor, South Corridor. Mural of Spring by Frank W. Benson under printers' mark of Francois Regnault. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Second Floor Corridor. Printers' marks+columns. View of mural between printers' marks of Francois Regnault and Simon Vostre. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

Francois Felix Faure, 1841-1899

Stone House, Flat River, St. Francois County, MO

Springhouse, Farmington, St. Francois County, MO

[Marie Francois Sadi Carnot, 1837-1894, three-quarters length, seated, facing slightly left]

Vue perspective de la descente des Francois à lisle de terre neuve du côté de Saint Jean à l'occident

Murphy House, Farmington, St. Francois County, MO

Francois A. Boildieu

Bruett House, Farmington, St. Francois County, MO

Presbyterian Orphanage Hospital, Farmington, St. Francois County, MO

Weber House, Farmington, St. Francois County, MO

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Soules, September 13, 1786, Answers to Queries on Francois Soules' "Histoire des troubles de l'Amerique Anglaise"; in English with French Extracts

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Soules, September 13, 1786, Answers to Queries on Francois Soules' "Histoire des troubles de l'Amerique Anglaise"; in English with French Extracts

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Soules, September 13, 1786, Answers to Queries on Francois Soules' "Histoire des troubles de l'Amerique Anglaise"; in English with French Extracts

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Soules, September 13, 1786, Answers to Queries on Francois Soules' "Histoire des troubles de l'Amerique Anglaise"; in English with French Extracts

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Soules, September 13, 1786, Answers to Queries on Francois Soules' "Histoire des troubles de l'Amerique Anglaise"; in English with French Extracts

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Soules, September 13, 1786, Answers to Queries on Francois Soules' "Histoire des troubles de l'Amerique Anglaise"; in English with French Extracts

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Soules, September 13, 1786, Answers to Queries on Francois Soules' "Histoire des troubles de l'Amerique Anglaise"; in English with French Extracts

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Soules, September 13, 1786, Answers to Queries on Francois Soules' "Histoire des troubles de l'Amerique Anglaise"; in English with French Extracts

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Soules, September 13, 1786, Answers to Queries on Francois Soules' "Histoire des troubles de l'Amerique Anglaise"; in English with French Extracts

Vuë de Boston. Prospect der Könnig Strasse gegen das land thor zu Boston Vuë de la Rue du Roi vers la porte de la campagne a Boston / / gravé par Francois Xav. Habermann.

Vuë de Boston. Prospect der Könnig Strasse gegen das land thor zu Boston Vuë de la Rue du Roi vers la porte de la campagne a Boston / / gravé par Francois Xav. Habermann.

Vuë de Boston. Prospect der Könnig Strasse gegen das land thor zu Boston Vuë de la Rue du Roi vers la porte de la campagne a Boston / / gravé par Francois Xav. Habermann.

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Jean, Chevalier de Chastellux, June 7, 1785

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Jean, Chevalier de Chastellux, June 7, 1785

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Jean, Chevalier de Chastellux, June 7, 1785

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Jean, Chevalier de Chastellux, June 7, 1785

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Soules, September 13, 1786, Notes on Francois Soules' "Histoire des troubles de l'Amerique Anglaise"

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Soules, September 13, 1786, Notes on Francois Soules' "Histoire des troubles de l'Amerique Anglaise"

Francois Joseph Paul, Comte de Grasse to Thomas Jefferson, January 15, 1788, in French

Francois Joseph Paul, Comte de Grasse to Thomas Jefferson, January 15, 1788, in French

Edward Livingston to Pierre Francois DuBourg, January 30, 1815

Edward Livingston to Pierre Francois DuBourg, January 30, 1815

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Jean, Chevalier de Chastellux, October 1786, with Essay "Thoughts on English Prosody"

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Jean, Chevalier de Chastellux, October 1786, with Essay "Thoughts on English Prosody"

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Jean, Chevalier de Chastellux, October 1786, with Essay "Thoughts on English Prosody"

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Jean, Chevalier de Chastellux, October 1786, with Essay "Thoughts on English Prosody"

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Jean, Chevalier de Chastellux, October 1786, with Essay "Thoughts on English Prosody"

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Jean, Chevalier de Chastellux, October 1786, with Essay "Thoughts on English Prosody"

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Jean, Chevalier de Chastellux, October 1786, with Essay "Thoughts on English Prosody"

Thomas Jefferson to Francois Jean, Chevalier de Chastellux, October 1786, with Essay "Thoughts on English Prosody"