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Advertisement. At a general meeting of the Committee of mechanicks ... give their voices for the five following persons, or to choose such others as they may think proper. Isaac Low, Philip Livingston, John Jay, Leonhard Lispenard Alex. M'Dougal

The following are recommended as proper persons to represent the City and County of New York, in Provincial Congress. The election will commence on Tuesday next, being the 16th of April, 1776 [John Jay and twenty others] [New York, 1776.].

James Lovell to John Jay, June 4, 1781, Extract

The United States in Congress assembled, to all who shall these presents greeting : Whereas in and by our commission, dated at Philadelphia, the fifteenth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-one, the Honorable John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, John Jay, Henry Laurens, and Thomas Jefferson ... with Richard Oswald ... did conclude and sign on the part of the United States of America and the crown of Great-Britain, articles in the words following ... Now know ye, that we the United States in Congress assembled, have ratified and confirmed ... the said articles ...

Samuel Shaw to John Jay, May 19, 1785, Newspaper Clipping of Shaw's Letter Describing His Trip to China

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, July 12, 1785

John Jay to Sylvester Gray, December 29, 1785, Extract

Thomas Jefferson, 1785-89, List of Letters to John Jay in Which Captives in Algiers Are Mentioned

United States Congress, July 20, 1785, Resolution for John Jay to Sign Commerce Treaty with Spain; "Encargada de Negocios"

Samuel Cook to John Jay, February 26, 1786, Extract

John Jay to United States Congress, August 3, 1786, Extract from Report on Commodity Trade with "Spanish America"

Samuel Gray to John Jay, September 29, 1786, Extract

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, May 27, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, March 5, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, May 31, 1786, Tobacco Trade Regulations

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, October 27, 1786

John Jay to Sylvester Gray, October 3, 1786, Extract

William Livingston to John Jay, June 15, 1786

John Adams to John Jay, June 16, 1786, Extract

John Jay to Congress, August 3, 1786

John Jay to Governors, May 3, 1786, Circular Letter

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, November 7, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, February 14, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, February 8, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, February 14, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, October 28, 1787

John Jay to John Adams, October 1787, Extract

John Jay to John Adams, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, July 29, 1788

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, May 30, 1788

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, October 17, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, January 24, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, November 23, 1789

John Adams to John Jay, February 16, 1789, Extract

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, March 14, 1789, Fragment; in Code

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, August 12, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, August 30, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, July 23, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, February 14, 1790

Copy of a letter from the New-Paltz, in Ulster County, to Mr. C. C. in the City of New-York. Sir: Since I wrote you last, I have taken a tour through the southern part of our country [Regarding the campaign of Governor Clinton and John Jay] [Sig

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, July 12, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay and Chief Justices of the Supreme Court, July 18, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, March 16, 1793, also William Paterson, James Wilson, William Cushing, John Blair

To the electors of the State of New York. I trust, fellow citizens, I may with reason congratulate you on the prospects of the ensuing election for Governor [Advocating electing John Jay] [Signed] A Republican [New York? 1795].

Gouverneur Morris, 1795, Jay's Treaty

To the electors of the State of New York. Friends and fellow citizens we are informed that a report has been circulated in the state, that Mr. Jay cannot return to America, this spring, because he must wait in England, till the ratification of t

Why Northern Pacific railroad 7-30 gold bonds are a good investment for the mechanic operative, laborer and farmer? ... Jay Cooke & Co. New York, Philadelphia, and Washington. Financial agents Northern Pacific railroad co. ... [n. d.].

Thomas Jefferson, December 1806, Notes on Jay's Treaty

Thomas Jefferson to Jay Marsh, March 4, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to James Jay, April 7, 1809

Florida Jay

Columbia Jay

Blue jay; (#62)

James Madison to Peter Augustus Jay, August 14, 1833.

James Madison to J. Jay Langdon, December 24, 1834.

Judge Jay's letter. Free soil Whigs and Libery party men, read this! October 1849.

Explosion of the propeller PETROL, on the North River, [opposite the foot of Jay Street, New York City, Nov 6, 1858]

W. Jay

W. Jay

W. Jay

Interest on $10,000, from date of coupon to November 1st - Current six months, containing 184 days ... Jay Cooke, Subscription agent. 114 South Third Street, Philad'a [1863?].

7-30 Commissions. Office of Jay Cooke, subscription agent. Philadelphia, April 25, 1865. To sir: Earnestly desiring the cordial co-operation of the entire Baking Interest of the country in the sale of the Seven-Thirty Loan … [signed] Jay Cooke,

Office of Jay Cooke, subscription agent. Philadelphia, April 25, 1865. To [blank], travelling agent. For the purpose of stimulating Subscriptions to the 7 3-10 Loan … [signed] Jay Cooke, subscription agent.

Interesting questions & answers relative to the 7-30 U. S. Loan ... For sale by Jay Cooke & Co., at the Philadelphia and Washington Office ... [1865].

Jay Cooke to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 18, 1865 (Recommends Hugh McCulloch for Treasury)

Interesting questions and answers relative to the 7-30 U. S. Loan ... Subscriptions received at office of Jay Cooke & Co., Philadelphia and Washington ... [1856].

Knox, Hon. John Jay, Controller of Currency

Knox, Hon. John Jay, Controller of Currency

Office of Jay Cooke & Co. Subscription agents for national loan, No. 114 South Third Street. Philadelphia, August 17th, 1871. Dear Sir: Our general circular to National Banks, issued on the 12th inst., informed you that the remaining one hundred

Office of Jay Cooke & Co. Subscription agents for national loan, No. 114 South Third Street. Philadelphia, August 12th, 1871. The Secretary of the Treasury has negotiated through us for the sale at home and abroad of the remaining portion of two

Extract from Jay Cooke & Co's circular of 4th of March, 1871, in explanation of the advantages of new five per cent loan.

Scenes in Wall Street during the panic. Jay Cooke & Company's office

The great financial panic - intersection of Nassau and Broad Streets with Wall Street view of the Sub-Treasury, Jay Cooke & Co's Bank and the Western Union Telegraph Office from the Drexel Building on Sept. 19, 1873

[Jay Gould, half-length portrait, facing left]

Jay Cooke's residence on Gibraltor [sic], Put-in-Bay

Jay Gould's private bowling alley / F. Opper.

Monopoly in Hades--How the place will be run, two years after Jay Gould's arrival / F. Opper.

Soap! Soap! Blaine's only hope! Blaine's funeral died November 4th, 1884. Hon. Jas. G. Blaine, and with him the Republican party, aged 24 years ... Pall bearers, John A. Logan, Jay Gould, Ex. Gov. Cornell, and John I. Davenport. Undertakers, Hon

[John Jay, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right]

[John Jay, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing right; left hand on upright book on table] / Albert Rosenthal, Phila., 1889.

[Edward Jay Allen, three-quarter-length portrait, standing, facing right]

[Come in, you dam' jay]

Jay Gould

Peter Jay

Miss Isabel Jay seated

Mrs. E.L. Smith, Mrs. Jay Gould, Mrs. H.B. Duryea, Mrs. Lawr. Keene

Jay Gould

Mmes: Witherspoon, James, Jay, Davis, Wile, Elicot, Rich, & Sylvester

Peter A. Jay and family

Jay Gould, on ship, departing, New York

Mary Rutherford Jay

Jay Gould

Mrs. J. Ward & Mrs. Jay Gould

P.A. Jay

Jay Gould

S.S. Jay Gould

Mrs. Jay O'Brien

Kingdon and Jay Gould in car

Mrs. Wm. Jay

[The Boulevard, Jay's Mill, Chickamauga, Ga.]

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