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[Folding bridge - two views, top extended across moat, bottom folded prior to release; used by infantry during assault on fortress]

Orders. Thursday, July 27, 1775. The Light Infantry company to the Third Battalion are desired to meet at the Carpenters Hall, next Saturday Morning, at Seven o'clock, on business of importance. George Morgan.

Plan von Rhode Island, und deren dem comando des Herrn General Majors Presgott inf dies-malig befundlichen campements.

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.

Geographical history of the rail road regiment, 89th regiment of Illinois vols. infantry. [1862-1865]

State of Connecticut. December 26, 1815. General Orders [regarding the most advisable mode of forming the divisions and brigades of infantry] ... By order of the Captain General Eben Huntington, Adjutant General.

8th Infantry Regiment

[Battle scene with line of bayonets]

Gen. Fred. Hutchinson, U.S.A

Sergeant of British Light Infantry

Hon. Henry C. Burnett of Ky

Second charge of the guards - when they retook the two gun battery at the battle of Inkermann / W. Simpson del. ; E. Morin lith.

Col. F.G. (left) D'Utassy & Brother

Gen. Willis A. Gorman, U.S.A

Hon. Albert G. Brown of Miss

Hon. Henry Cornelius Burnett of KY

John Houston Savage of Tenn

Hon. Jas. Pike of New Hampshire

Col. H.A. Smalley

Hon. Sempronius Hamilton Boyd

Hon. L.Q.C. Lamar of Miss

Captain W.H. Seymour, 68th Light Infantry

Col. F.G. D'Utassy & Brother

Col. H.A. Smalley

Hon. Wm. Vandever

[General John Buford of General Staff U.S. Volunteers Infantry Regiment in uniform] / From photographic negative in Brady's National Portrait Gallery.

[Private Vernon Mosher of Co. F, 97th New York Infantry Regiment, in uniform, amputated hand visible] / Thos. D. Givin, photographer, No. 432 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

[Two unidentified soldiers of the Richmond Light Infantry Blues, later assigned to Co. A, 46th Virginia Infantry Regiment, in uniform]

Col. Alfred M. Wood, 84th N.Y Inf.

Col. Samuel M. Bowman, 84th Pa Inf

Col. Samuel M. Bowman, 84th Pa. Inf

Francis Fessenden, Col. 30th Maine Inf

Lt. Col. F. Weiss, 20th N.Y. Inf

Lt. E. Pollock, 9th U.S. Inf.

Col. N. Lord, 6th Vermont Inf.

Brig. Gen. E.S. Bragg, 6th Wisc. Inf

Col. G. Bourri, 68th N.Y. Inf

Gen. John F. Miller, Col. of 29th Ind. Inf. wounded at Stone River

Gen. John W. Frazer, Col. of 28th Ala. Inf. CSA

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

Col. J. O'Mahoney, 40th N.Y. Inf.

Surg. C.P. Frost, 15th Vermont Inf.

Maj. O.D. Barrett, 11th N.Y. Inf.

Col. W.S. Tilton, 22nd Mass. Inf

Gen. Alfred J. Vaughn, Col. of 13th Tenn. Inf, C.S.A. lost leg at All[?]

Capt. H. Brandenstein, 46th N.Y. Inf

Col. A. Derrom, 25th N.J. Inf

A.E. Reynolds, 25th Miss. Inf., C.S.A

[Portrait of Pvt. William Jackson Eskew, 13th Virginia Infantry, C.S.A.]

Joseph J. Bartlett, Col. 27th N.Y. Inf

Maj. W. Dwight 2nd Mass. Inf.

Maj. Chas. L. Upham, 15th Com. Inf.

Sarg. C.M. Chandler, 6th Vermont Inf.

Chaplin A. Woodbury, 1st R.I. Inf.

Chaplain G. Winslow, 5th N.Y. Inf.

Col. G. Bourri, 68th N.Y. Inf

H.M. Plaisted, 11th Maine Inf.

Col. Abel D. Streight, 51st Ind. Inf. USA

Sarg. G.B.P. Simpson, 62nd N.Y. Inf

Maj. J.E. Shreve, 32nd Pa Inf

Lt. Col. R. Farnham, 15th VT. Inf.

Lt. Col. W.O. Drew 2nd D.C. Inf.

Lt. Col. E. Burt, 3rd Maine Inf.

Lt. N. Prine, 17th U.S. Inf.

Col. Geo L. Willard, 125th N.Y. Inf

Col. A.M. Blackman, 27th US Inf

S. Meredith, Col. 19th Inf

[Portrait of Lt. Col. William H. Luse, 18th Mississippi Infantry, C.S.A.]

Surg. M.E. Simmons, 22nd Mass Inf

Chaplain G. Winslow, 5th N.Y. Inf

Col. J. O'Mahoney, 40th N.Y. Inf

Col. Alfred M. Wood, 84th N.Y Inf

Col. R.H. Richardson, 26th N.Y. Inf.

Col. J. Cradlebough, 114th Ohio Inf

Col. J.H. Willett, 12th NJ Inf

Col. Geo L. Willard, 125th N.Y. Inf

Hon. Jackson Orr of Iowa

Capt. S.F. Knight, 87th N.Y. Inf.

Col. George Pratt, 8oth N.Y. Inf.

Gen. B.T. Johnson, Col. 1st [...] Inf., C.S.A.

Maj. W. Newby, 6th Vt. Inf

S. Meredith, Col. 19th Inf

Lt. Col. C. Ewing, 4th N.J. Inf

[Portrait of John Miller Dummerston, Company K, 9th Vermont Infantry, U.S.A.]

Capt. Samuel Fisk, 14th Conn. Inf.

Gen. Charles R. Woods, Col. of 76th Ohio Inf

Maj. Chas. L. Upham, 15th Com. Inf

Col. C.H. Larrabee, 24th Wisc. Inf.

Maj. J.E. Shreve, 32nd Pa. Inf

Maj. F.S. Fiske, 2nd N.H. Inf

Gen. B.T. Johnson, Col. 1st [...] Inf., C.S.A.

Col. S.M. Bailey, 8th Pa. Inf

Chaplin A. Woodbury, 1st R.I. Inf

Surg. C.P. Frost, 15th Vermont Inf.

Gen. Charles R. Woods, Col. of 76th Ohio Inf

N.H. Harris, Col. of 19th Miss Inf. CSA

Brig. Gen. Jacob Sharp, Col. 156th N.Y. Inf

Gen. Walter C. Wittacker, 6th Ky. Inf, U.S.A

Lt. Robert McKechnie, 9th N.Y. Inf.

Lt. Col. R. Farnham, 15th VT. Inf.