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[The plundering of the King's cellar, Paris, 10th August, 1793 (i.e., 1792)] / J. Zoffany Esqr. pinx. ; R. Earlom sculpt.

Harper's Ferry insurrection - Interior of the Engine-House, just before the gate is broken down by the storming party - Col. Washington and his associates as captives, held by Brown as hostages

Harper's Ferry insurrection - the battle ground - Captain Alberts' party attacking the insurgents - view of the railroad bridge, the engine-house, and the village / from a sketch by our special artist.

Harper's Ferry insurrection - burying the dead insurgents

U.S. Reports: Maddox v. United States, 82 U.S. (15 Wall.) 58 (1872)

Captain Joseph Fry / / from a photograph by T. Lilienthal, New Orleans. The Surrender of the Virginius in Bahia Honda / from a sketch by our special artist

U.S. Reports: Grame v. Mutual Assurance Company of Virginia, 112 U.S. 273 (1884)

U.S. Reports: Baldy v. Hunter, 171 U.S. 388 (1898)

The Philippine insurrection, 1899

The Philippine insurrection, 1899

The Philippine insurrection, 1899

[Three dead "insurgents" lying on battlefield during the Philippine insurrection]

The Philippine insurrection, 1899

The Philippine insurrection, 1899

[Philippine insurrection]: Red Cross and hospital corps in field

[Philippine insurrection]: Burning of native huts

The Philippine insurrection, 1899

The Philippine insurrection, 1899

The Philippine insurrection, 1899

The Philippine insurrection, 1899

[Philippine insurrection]: Burning of Pasig, Hawthorne Battery and gunboat in foregrd.

[Philippine insurrection]: Burial of the enemy

[Philippine insurrection]

The Philippine insurrection, 1899

With Scott's battery, Battle of Baliuag

U.S. Reports: Lincoln v. United States, 197 U.S. 419 (1905)

As a most engaging grin overspread his features, whispered, try the next sentry, he's easy

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. § 201 (Suppl. 5 1925)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 201-222 (Suppl. 7 1925)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 201-222 (Suppl. 6 1925)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 201-226 (1940)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 201-226 (1946)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. § 218 (Suppl. 5 1946)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 201-214 (Suppl. 5 1952)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 201-226 (1952)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 201-214 (Suppl. 4 1952)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 201-226 (1958)

United States Code: Insurrection, 10 U.S.C. §§ 331-336 (Suppl. 5 1964)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. § 219 (Suppl. 1 1964)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 209-219 (Suppl. 2 1964)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 209-219 (Suppl. 5 1964)

United States Code: Insurrection, 10 U.S.C. §§ 331-334 (1964)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 201-226 (1964)

United States Code: Insurrection, 10 U.S.C. §§ 335-336 (Suppl. 4 1964)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 209-219 (Suppl. 4 1964)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 201-226 (1970)

United States Code: Insurrection, 10 U.S.C. §§ 331-336 (1970)

United States Code: Insurrection, 10 U.S.C. (Suppl. 5 1970)

United States Code: Insurrection, 10 U.S.C. §§ 335-336 (Suppl. 4 1976)

United States Code: Insurrection, 10 U.S.C. §§ 331-336 (1976)

United States Code: Insurrection, 10 U.S.C. §§ 335-336 (Suppl. 5 1976)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 201-226 (1976)

United States Code: Insurrection, 10 U.S.C. (Suppl. 4 1982)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 201-226 (1982)

United States Code: Insurrection, 10 U.S.C. §§ 331-336 (1982)

United States Code: Insurrection, 10 U.S.C. (Suppl. 5 1982)

United States Code: Insurrection, 50 U.S.C. §§ 201-226 (1988)

United States Code: Insurrection, 10 U.S.C. (Suppl. 4 1988)

United States Code: Insurrection, 10 U.S.C. (Suppl. 3 1988)

United States Code: Insurrection, 10 U.S.C. (Suppl. 5 1988)

United States Code: Insurrection, 10 U.S.C. §§ 331-336 (1988)

Statue erected as a memorial to the sons who defended America in the war with Spain, the insurrection in the Philippines and the China Relief Expedition, 1898-1902, Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama

The confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton: with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c

Address of Cuba to the United States

Cuba

The confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton: with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c

Cuba

Address of Cuba to the United States

The confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton: with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c

Cuba

Address of Cuba to the United States

The confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton: with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c

Address of Cuba to the United States

Cuba

The confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton: with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c

Cuba

Address of Cuba to the United States

The confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton: with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c

Address of Cuba to the United States

Cuba

The confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton: with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c

Address of Cuba to the United States

Cuba

The confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton: with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c

Address of Cuba to the United States

Cuba

The confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton: with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c

Address of Cuba to the United States

Cuba

The confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton: with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c

Cuba

Address of Cuba to the United States

The confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton: with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c

Address of Cuba to the United States

Cuba

The confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton: with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c

Cuba

Address of Cuba to the United States

The confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton: with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c

Address of Cuba to the United States

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