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[Busts of Frederick I and Ulrica Eleonora, King and Queen of Sweden, with allegorical figures]

Survey of the River St. Johns from Fort Frederick in the Bay of Fundy to the River Medauesqua with the Lake Temesecuala and the Grand Portage from thence to the River St. Lawrence.

[Plat of a survey for William Hughes, Jr. of 460 acres in Frederick County, Va. on the Cacapon River].

Map of the county of Frederick, 1769.

To His Royal Highness. George Augustus Frederick. Prince of Wales &c. &c. &c. This chart of the West Indies,

To His Royal Highness. George Ausgustus Frederick. Prince of Wales &c. &c. &c. This chart of the West Indies,

Frederick lord North / Pollard sculp.

Von Steuben to Frederick Haldimand, August 3, 1783

Frederick Haldimand to William Hull, July 13, 1784

Frederick Haldimand to George Clinton, May 10, 1784

Friedrich der grosse könig von Preussen &c. Frédéric le grand roi de Prusse &c / / L. Wolf del. ; Meno Haas Reg. Acad. Berol. Socius. sculps.

Thomas Jefferson to Frederick Wernecke, November 19, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to Frederick William Ast, August 8, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to Frederick Wernecke, November 14, 1787

A map of the great river St. John & waters (the first ever published) from the Bay of Fundy, up to St. Anns or Frederick's Town; being little known by white people, until 1783; settled by the American Loyalists, then part of Nova Scotia, now called New Brunswick from an actual survey, made in the years 1784, 85, 86 and 87,

Thomas Jefferson to Frederick William Ast, August 19, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to Frederick Soffer, August 7, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to Christian Frederick Michaelis, et al, February 4, 1787, Circular Letter to New Members of American Philosophical Society

Thomas Jefferson to Frederick William Ast, February 26, 1788

Thomas Jefferson to William Frederick Ast, November 24, 1788

Thomas Jefferson to Frederick William Ast, June 19, 1788, Sent with Payment Order to Wilhelm Willink, et al, same date

Thomas Jefferson to Frederick William Ast, February 9, 1788

Thomas Jefferson to William Frederick Ast, September 1, 1789

... An act for finally adjusting and satisfying the claims of Frederick William De Steuben [New York] Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, [1790].

Thomas Jefferson to Charles William Frederick Dumas, January 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Charles William Frederick Dumas, September 12, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Ernst Frederick Gayer, January 8, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Charles William Frederick Dumas, March 24, 1793

Frederick Weissenfels to John M. Baker, July 30, 1802

Circular. Frederick-Town, September 23, 1802. Sir: We being appointed a committee to communicate with our fellow-citizens of Frederick County, beg leave to call your attention to the election on the first Monday of October next, for four delegat

Frederick Weissenfels to James Madison, August 3, 1802

A brief memoir of the late colonel Frederick Baron de Weissenfels. one of the heroes of the Revolution. Compiled from authentic papers left by his daughter and only heir, the late Mrs. Harriet De la Palm Baker, deceased ... [Signed] A friend of

Thomas Jefferson to Frederick of Wurttemberg, August 2, 1806

Map of Frederick, Berkeley, & Jefferson counties in the state of Virginia /

Frederick William the third, King of Prussia

Frederick County /

Frederick County /

To the public. The undersigned having entered into a correspondence with Dabney S. Carr, hat to inform all honorable men that he has found him altogether destitute of the qualities of a gentlemen. Frederick Pinkney. Baltimore. October 15, 1828.

James Madison to Frederick List, February 3, 1829.

To the Democratic voters of Frederick County Fellow-citizens of the county of Frederick: An important aera in the history of our country is fast approaching. On the first Monday in November next, you will be called upon to exercise the highest r

Frederick Maryland City Hotel to Andrew Jackson, March 9, 1837

Mr. Placide, in the character of Frederick 2nd in "St. Patrick's Eve" H. Heidemans del. ; on stone by Wm K. Hewitt

An Indian encampment near Fort Niagra, in the time of the Revolution. The boy, Frederick Schermerhorn, is seen to the left, just starting on the periolous race of the gauntlet

Trust sale of valuable property. Pursuant to several deeds of trust of record in the County Court of Frederick, will be sold on Saturday, the 28th instant, at the tavern-house now occupied by James I. Randolph, in Winchester ... D. W. Barton, T.

Murder! $500 reward. A reward of $500 will be given for the apprehension, and safe delivery in the jail of Chillicothe of the murderer of Frederick Edwards, committed at Bourneville, Ross county, O. on the night of the 19th of Nove

[Frederick Douglass, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right]

[All Saints Church (Frederick, Maryland). Elevations, plan, and section] / R. Upjohn & Co. Architects.

Sir Frederick Bruce

Hon. Frederick Augustus Conkling of N.Y.

Map of the located route of the Metropolitan Rail Road and the adjacent country comprising the District of Columbia and the counties of Montgomery, Frederick, and Washington in the state of Maryland, Francis Dodge president M.R.R. Company, Edmund French, chief engineer, W. R. Hutton draughtsman, completed April 30, 1855 from surveys made in 1853 and 1854.

Sir Frederick Bruce of England

Frederick E. Church

Sir Frederick Bruce

Frederick E. Church

Frederick Henningsen

Profile of 6th Street between Frederick and Market streets /

Profile of 8th Street between Fayette and Frederick, laid off for graduation : by order of the Corporation in August 1858 : [Georgetown, Washington D.C.] /

Map of Frederick County, Md. accurately drawn from correct instrumental surveys of all the county roads,

Gen. Frederick Winthrop, Killed Five Forks April 1, 1865

Hon. Frederick Theodore Frelinghuysen of N.J.

Berlin. Frederic the Great

[Map of Shenandoah Valley from Winchester to New Market, Virginia and from Millwood to Waverly P.O., including parts of Frederick, Clarke, Warren, Shenandoah, and Page counties, Virginia].

Maj. Gen. Frederick Steele, Col. of 8th Inf. (Iowa)

Frederick Co. Va., from Wood's map.

Hon. Frederick Enoch Woodbridge of Vermont

Gen. Frederick Winthrop, Killed Five Forks April 1, 1865

[Map of Loudoun County, Va., and parts of Fairfax County, Va., Jefferson County, W.Va., and Washington and Frederick counties, Md.].

Brig. Gen. Frederick A. Starring, Col. 72d, Ill. Inf

Brig. Gen. Frederick A. Starring, Col. 72d, Ill. Inf

Brig. Gen. Frederick A. Starring, Col. 72d, Ill. Inf

Frederick W. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, November 11, 1861 (Forwards commissions to sign)

John B. Murray to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, January 10, 1861 (Recommends Frederick Bronson for cabinet)

Abraham Lincoln to Frederick W. Seward, Saturday, August 31, 1861 (Appointment for Zebina Eastman)

Abraham Lincoln to William H. Seward, Thursday, March 14, 1861 (Introduces Frederick Hassaurek)

Frederick County, Maryland /

[Captain Frederick "Ned" Trenk (Trenck), Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / T.M. Schleier's Cartes de Visite Photograph Gallery, Nashville, Tenn.

[Captain Frederick Ludwig (Lodewig), Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, facing front] / T.M. Schleier's Cartes de Visite Photograph Gallery, Nashville, Tenn.

Frederick, Maryland. Tynan and children

Dwight Loomis and James Dixon to Frederick W. Seward, Thursday, July 31, 1862 (Recommendation)

Frederick, Maryland U. S. Military Telegraph to Washington, D.C. Military Telegraph Station, Thursday, September 18, 1862 (Telegram concerning military affairs)

Frederick, Maryland to Washington D.C. Military Telegraph Station, Thursday, September 18, 1862 (Telegram concerning military affairs)

Theodore M. Pomeroy to Frederick W. Seward, Tuesday, August 19, 1862 (Telegram concerning appointment)

Frederick A. Conkling to John G. Nicolay, Thursday, January 30, 1862 (West Point appointments)

Frederick W. Lander to George B. McClellan, Thursday, February 06, 1862 (Military affairs)

Map of Loudon [sic], Jefferson, Berkeley, Frederick Counties, Va. /

Map of Loudon [sic], Jefferson, Berkeley, Frederick Counties, Va.

Frederick W. Lander to Seth Williams, Thursday, February 06, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Royal Hiram Waller and Frederick Billings to Solomon Foot, Saturday, July 11, 1863 (Telegram concerning New Almanden mine)

Frederick Steele, Saturday, November 07, 1863 (Printed general orders)

Cuthbert Bullitt to Frederick W. Seward, Tuesday, June 30, 1863 (Cover letter)

Frederick F. Low to John G. Nicolay, Sunday, March 15, 1863 (Appointment)

Union army's march on Gettysburg from Frederick, Md.

Frederick W. Seward to John G. Nicolay, Tuesday, January 06, 1863 (Patronage)

Frederick F. Low, Timothy G. Phelps, and Aaron A. Sargent to John P. Usher, Friday, February 20, 1863 (Recommend removal of James Compton and appointment of Charles Brockins)

Frederick F. Whitehead to Edwin M. Stanton, Tuesday, September 22, 1863 (Recommendation for Logan Roots)

Frederick A. Wilson, Monday, May 11, 1863 (Commission as collector of Puget Sound)

Frederick H. Brandes to Abraham Lincoln, September 5, 1864 (Requests letter of recommendation)

Frederick F. Low to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 09, 1864 (Telegram reporting California election results)

Frederick F. Low to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 17, 1864 (Telegram reporting passage of resolutions)

[Map of Loudoun County and part of Clarke County, Va., Jefferson County and part of Berkeley County, W. Va., and parts of Montgomery and Frederick counties, Md.].