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Warhafftiger und Natürlicher

[Hunting lodge with pavilions. Gateway, piers, and fencing. Plan and elevation]

Ukie sakaicho fukiyacho kaomise yoshibai no zu

Instructions for the officers of several regiments of the Massachusetts-Bay forces, who are immediately to go upon the recruiting service … Given at the headquarters at Cambridge, this 10th day of July 1775. Horatio Gates, adjutant-general. [Wat

Horatio Gates to John Burgoyne, October 12, 1777, Protest at Cruelty of Retreating British Army; with note from Burgoyne

State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the House of representatives, September 22, 1777. Whereas by the latest advice from the Northern army under the command of General Gates, it appears, that the army under the Command of General Burgoyne ... [Boston:

The glorious Washington and Gates

Horatio Gates Esqr., major general of the American forces

Horatio Gates to Edward Stevens, July 22, 1780

Horatio Gates to Thomas Jefferson, 1780, Text Incomplete

Horatio Gates to Benjamin Few, December 2, 1780

Horatio Gates to William Smallwood, November 28, 1780

Horatio Gates to Cornwallis, September 3, 1780

Horatio Gates to Anthony W. White, September 19, 1780, Copy

Horatio Gates to Jehtro Sumner, October 2, 1780

Horatio Gates to Edward Carrington, October 12, 1780

Horatio Gates to Robert Rowan, September 10, 1780

Horatio Gates to Prince de Barre, September 5, 1780

Horatio Gates to Robert Rowan, October 14, 1780

Horatio Gates to Thomas Jefferson, October 10, 1780

Horatio Gates to John P. G. Muhlenberg, October 10, 1780

Horatio Gates to John P. G. Muhlenberg, July 9, 1780

Horatio Gates to Thomas Jefferson, July 20, 1780

Horatio Gates to Abner Nash, July 3, 1780

Horatio Gates to Anthony W. White, September 16, 1780

Horatio Gates to W. H. Harrington, September 18, 1780

Horatio Gates to Robert Irvine, November 16, 1780

Horatio Gates to Anthony W. White, September 25, 1780

Horatio Gates to Daniel Morgan, November 28, 1780

Horatio Gates to Stephen Drayton, October 11, 1780

Horatio Gates to William Smallwood, December 2, 1780

Horatio Gates to John P. G. Muhlenberg, August 31, 1780

Horatio Gates to Peter Mallett, July 27, 1780

Horatio Gates to Abraham Buford, July 20, 1780

Horatio Gates to Unknown, July 19, 1780

Horatio Gates to Thomas Jefferson, September 20, 1780

Horatio Gates to Unknown, November 16, 1780, on the British Officers Taken on King's Mountain

Horatio Gates to Richard K. Call, November 3, 1780

Horatio Gates to John Mazerett, November 6, 1780

Horatio Gates to Edward Carrington, August 3, 1780

Horatio Gates to Isaac Huger, October 1, 1780

Horatio Gates to John Christian Senf, October 14, 1780

Horatio Gates to William Smallwood, December 2, 1780

Horatio Gates to Abner Nash, October 3, 1780

Horatio Gates to Jethro Sumner, October 13, 1780

Horatio Gates to Anthony W. White, September 19, 1780

The honble. Horatio Gates, major general of the American forces

Horatio Gates to Joseph Clay, July 3, 1780

Horatio Gates to Unknown, July 30, 1780

Horatio Gates to Lord Charles Cornwallis, November 4, 1780

Horatio Gates to Thomas Jefferson, September 24, 1780

Horatio Gates to Isaac Huger, October 10, 1780

Horatio Gates to "The Officer Commanding the Legion at or Near Colonel Hawkins's", October 13, 1780

Horatio Gates to William Smallwood, October 12, 1780

Horatio Gates to Major Morris, October 27, 1780

Horatio Gates to John S. Dart, October 8, 1780

Horatio Gates to Board of War of North Carolina, October 30, 1780

Horatio Gates to Thomas Jefferson, October 9, 1780

Horatio Gates to Thomas Sumter, November 26, 1780

Horatio Gates to Samuel Huntington, September 20, 1780

Horatio Gates to John P. G. Muhlenberg, July 21, 1780

Horatio Gates to Thomas Jefferson, November 3, 1780

Horatio Gates to Richard K. Call, October 27, 1780

Horatio Gates to Martin Armstrong, November 16, 1780

Thomas Jefferson to Horatio Gates, November 19, 1780

Horatio Gates to Edward Stevens, November 8, 1780

Horatio Gates to Stephen Drayton, September 6, 1780

Horatio Gates to John Butler, September 30, 1780

Horatio Gates to William Smallwood, October 23, 1780

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

Horatio Gates to Nathanael Greene, December 4, 1780

Horatio Gates to Jethro Sumner, September 4, 1780

By Horatio Gates, Esquire, Major General and commander in chief of the army of the United States in the southern department of America, &c. &c. &c. A proclamation. The patriotick exertions of the virtuous citizens of the United States, having en

Horatio Gates to Charles Porterfield, August 3, 1780

Horatio Gates to Richard Caswell, August 5, 1780

Horatio Gates to Hall, August 9, 1780

Horatio Gates to Samuel Huntington, April 24, 1781

H. Gates / drawn from the life by Du Simitier in Philadelphia ; engraved by B.L. Prevost at Paris.

Horatio Gates to Thomas Jefferson, August 2, 1781

The honle. Horatio Gates, Esqr., major general in the American Army / J. Norman sc.

General Gates

1. General Washington 2. General Gates 3. Dr. Franklin 4. Präsid Laurens 5. Paul Jones / D. Berger sculp. 1784.

A convention of the not-ables

Ukie Kinryūzan ichi no zu

Ukie kinryūzan ichi no zu

Thomas Jefferson to Horatio Gates, March 12, 1793

Shinpan kinryūsan niōmon no zu

Thomas Jefferson to Horatio Gates, May 30, 1797

[Gates, city, London]

Thomas Jefferson to Horatio Gates, March 8, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Horatio Gates, December 20, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Horatio Gates, January 27, 1803

Toll gate at ferry

Lindos, ent[ra]nc[e] to Admirals pen from Greenwich, Jamaica

Shinpan ukie shin yoshiwara ōmonuchi no zu

Nakamaru matsue no keisei miyako

James Madison to Horatio Gates Spafford, April 16, 1822.

James Madison to Horatio Gates Spafford, May 1, 1824. Partly Illegible.

Gate & slave market at Pernambuco / drawn by Augs. Earle ; engraved by Edwd. Finden.

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