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Mapa y tabla geografica de leguas comunes que hay de unos á otros lugares y ciudades principales de la America septentrional ...

Fresh advices from the American army. Camp at Cambridge, May 28, 1775. Yesterday a party from the United American army was ordered to take the cattle, hay, &c. from Noddle's and Hog Islands ... [Providence] Printed by J. Carter. [1775].

Cambridge, 21st August, 1775. Wanted for the Continental army. One million of bricks. Three thousand cords of fire wood. Two hundred thousand and bushels of charcoal. One hundred and fifty tons of English hay. Twelve hundred bushels of Indian co

In the House of representatives, January 16, 1776. The committee appointed to consider what further measures are necessary to be taken for furnishing hay for the army reported … William Cooper, speaker pro tem. In Council January 20, 1776. Read

Thomas Jefferson to James Buchanan and William Hay, June 13, 1786, Shipment Containing Model of Virginia Capitol

Thomas Jefferson to James Buchanan and William Hay, December 26, 1786

View of the seat of the hon. Moses Gill Esqr. at Princeton, in the County of Worcester, Massts. engrav'd by Sam Hill, State Street, Boston

Plano ichnographico de la ciudad de Mexico que demuestra el reglamento general de sus calles asi para la comodidad y hermosura, como para la correccion y extirpacion de las maldades ge. hay en sus barrios, por la infinidad de sitios escondidos, callejones sin transito, ruinas y paderones que las ocasionan, a pesar del zelo de los justics. de orden del Exmo. Sr. Conde Revilla Gigedo por el Mtro. Mayor D. Ignacio Castera, año de 1794 /

Ann Hay to William O'Neal, August 29, 1797

Un das publicum. Geliebte mitürger. 1hr werdet ein stück in Salomon Mayers zeitung Num. 241 gesehen haben, das mich betrift, und das stück ist unterschreiben von Friedrich Eichel-berger and John Herbach ... John Hay. York, den 4ten October, 1800

Thomas Jefferson to George Hay, April 24, 1805

Thomas Jefferson to George Hay, May 26, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to George Hay, August 20, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to George Hay, August 12, 1807

George Burns to W. A. Scott, February 11, 1807. Receipt for weight and payment of shipment of hay.

Thomas Jefferson to George Hay, June 23, 1807

[The chase after a hog] / Williamson & Howitt ; J. Clark etched.

Thomas Jefferson to George Hay, June 5, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to George Hay, September 4, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to George Hay, September 7, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to George Hay, May 28, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to George Hay, May 20, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to George Hay, September 7, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to George Hay, September 7, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to George Hay, September 20, 1807

Card of Mr. John Hay, Executive Mansion with handwritten note.

Patent Hay and Grain Rake

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

Sailboat loaded with hay

Nathaniel Hay to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 02, 1855 (Promissory Note)

John Milton Hay

John Milton Hay

John Milton Hay

Nathaniel Hay to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 02, 1855 (Promissory Note)

Abraham Lincoln to Joshua F. Amos, Saturday, May 16, 1857 (Receipt for money due from Nathaniel Hay Estate)

Hon. John Hay

Diploma of the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, awarded to [blank] at the annual exhibition held at Powelton, Philada. Sept. 1860 / Schmolze 1860 ; J. Queen ; P.S. Duval & Son. Lith. Philada.

[Diploma of the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, awarded to [blank] at the annual exhibition held at Powelton, Philada. Sept. 1860] / Schmolze 1860 ; J. Queen.

John Hay to William H. Seward, Saturday, December 07, 1861 (Response to Seward's inquiry)

Ephraim D. Ellsworth to John Hay, Monday, November 25, 1861 (Seeks office)

Joseph Holt to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, October 14, 1862 (John Hay's endorsement on letter to Major Key)

Peter H. Watson to John Hay, Thursday, April 17, 1862 (Military appointment)

John G. Nicolay to John Hay, Monday, September 08, 1862 (Sends letters; affairs in Minnesota)

Milton Hay to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 13, 1862 (Recommends David Davis)

John P. Usher to John Hay, Tuesday, August 26, 1862 (Sends commissions)

John Hay to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, October 04, 1863 (Ohio politics)

John Hay to Julian R. Campbell, Monday, June 15, 1863 (Acknowledgment of his June 10 letter to Lincoln)

[President Abraham Lincoln seated with his secretaries John Hay and John Nicolay]

John Hay to George Plumer Smith, Saturday, January 10, 1863 (Lincoln confirms he did offer to evacuate Fort Sumter in exchange for Virginia's loyalty)

[President Abraham Lincoln seated with his secretaries John Hay and John Nicolay]

John Hay to Amos Myers, Thursday, April 21, 1864 (Appointment)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 2. General Correspondence. 1858-1864: John G. Nicolay to John Hay, Saturday, June 11, 1864 (Cover letter; with note from John R. Woods to Hay)

John G. Nicolay to John Hay, Saturday, June 11, 1864 (Cover letter; with note from John R. Woods to Hay)

John G. Nicolay to John Hay, Wednesday, March 30, 1864 (Cover letter)

W. P. Anderson to John Hay, Thursday, September 29, 1864 (Requests pass)

Joseph A. Hay to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, June 08, 1864 (Seeks office)

Alexander W. Randall to John Hay, Monday, August 01, 1864 (Cover letter)

Abraham Lincoln to John Hay, Saturday, July 16, 1864 (Negotiations at Niagara Falls)

John Hay, July 16, 1864 (Safe conduct pass)

John G. Nicolay to John Hay, Saturday, July 02, 1864 (Chase's resignation)

James C. Welling to John Hay, Saturday, July 23, 1864 (Resignation of Charles Gibson)

Zaravshanskii okrug. G. Samarkand i ego ulichnye tipy. Prodavets solomy (kakh-furush)

Melochnaia torgovlia. Voroshilka.

Molot'ba. Voroshilka (vual')

Z. B. Sturgus to John Hay, March 18 [1865] (Seeks office)

Summer A.T. Bricher ; C. Armstrong ; after A.T. Bricher, original in posssession of the Publishers

Women and children gathering hay, feeding chickens

Hay rack

On a load of hay - "Now then, children, hold on!"

Gale's patent horse hay rake! [Albion, Mich. : Gale Manufacturing Co., 1875?]

Boy and girl fishing from the shore of a lake with farmers gathering hay in the background

U.S. Reports: United States v. McKee, 97 U.S. 233 (1878)

H.E. Garvin's farm, Tracey [sic], Minn.

[Four children in hay field, Russia]

Derrick fork stacking hay, Kerr Ranch

H.E. Garvin's farm, Tracey sic, Minn

U.S. Reports: United States v. Peck, 102 U.S. 64 (1880)

Mrs. Norman B. Judd to John Hay, Saturday, June 24, 1882 (Sends Lincoln document)

John Hay to John G. Nicolay, Sunday, June 25, 1882 (Sends Lincoln document; biography of Lincoln)

U.S. Reports: Hobbs v. McLean, 117 U.S. 567 (1886)

Rowing home the schoof-stuff

Quanting the marsh hay, Norfolk Broads, England

Large threshing crew near Berwyn, Custer County, Nebraska.

"Trying out the new Rankin Patented Hay Stacker on [the] Watson Ranch near Kearney"

[Kern County, California]: Bellevue Ranch. Stacking alfalfa hay

The sedge harvest / P.H. Emerson.

A day in the country

John P. Nicholson to John Hay, Monday, September 17, 1888 (Sends document)

Custer County, Nebraska.

John Hay, 1838-1905

Miss Alice Hay

Helen Hay

[Engadine, carrying hay in the Engadine, Grisons, Switzerland]

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