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[Benjamin Johnson, English actor, head-and-shoulders portrait facing slightly left, in ornamental oval frame] / Gerard Honthorst pinxt ; Geo. Vertue, Londini sculp.

[Title page for The Life of Samuel Johnson]

Sir William Johnson, Major General of the English forces in America / T. Adams, delin.; Spooner, fecit.

A North view of Fort Johnson, drawn on the spot by Mr. Guy Johnson, Sir Wm. Johnson's son / Huteu(?) fecit.

To the inhabitants of New York, and all the British Colonies, New-York, 20th April 1775. The following very interesting accounts were yesterday received by the Snow Gen Johnson Capt. Dean, in 31 days from England ... [New York 1775].

Thomas Jefferson to Johnson, Stuart and Carrol, June 8, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Joshua Johnson, January 29, 1792

Deposition of Luke Decker before Judge James Johnson, Knox County, Territory of the United States Northwest of the Ohio

William Thornton, Alexander White, and Tristam Dalton, Commissioners to John Johnson, October 17, 1801

The life and posthumous writings of William Cowper, Esqr. Chichester, Printed by J. Seagrave for J. Johnson, London, 1803

George W. Erving, March 8, 1804, Books Bought from J. Johnson

A view of Colonel Johnson's engagement with savages (commanded by Tecumseh) near the Moravian town, October 5, 1812

Thomas Johnson, March 9, 1814

Thomas Johnson to Andrew Jackson, February 25, 1814

S. Johnson / engraved by Goodman & Piggot for A. Small.

Richard M. Johnson to James Madison. 1816.

Richard M. Johnson to James Madison, January 16, 1817.

Thomas Jefferson to Chapman Johnson, March 3, 1819

Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams, wife of President John Q. Adams

James Madison to Johnson, December, 1822.

James Madison to Richard M. Johnson, April 2, 1824.

James Madison to Chapman Johnson, November 4, 1827.

James Madison to Chapman Johnson, December 9, 1827.

Henry Johnson to Andrew Jackson, March 31, 1827

Yes, I would the the war were over. Answer to "When this cruel war is over." Words and music by Alice Hawthorne ... Johnson, Song Publisher, Phila

Bid me good bye, or, the Soldier's farewell. By Alice Hawthorne. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, No. 7 N. Tenth Street, Phila

Bid me good bye, or, the Soldier's farewell. By Alice Hawthorne. J. H. Johnson, No 7 N. Tenth Street, Phila

Transportation of the mail on the Sabbath. In the Senate of the United States, January 19, 1829 ... Mr. Johnson of Kentucky made the following report .... [Frankfort? Ky., 1829].

The guitar / D.G. Johnson, sc.

Execution. The life, trial, and behaviour of that unfortunate young woman, Mary Johnson, 22 years of age, who was executed at Gloucester on Saturday last, 1831 for the murder of her master and mistress, John and Anna Robinson ... Leeds, Printed

Cave Johnson to Andrew Jackson

Hero of the Thames. The citizens of the District of Columbia, friendly to the elevation of Col. R. M. Johnson to the second office in the gift of a free people, are respectfully requested to attend at the City Hall, on Tuesday evening next, at e

Col. Richard M. Johnson, of Kentucky / Hoffay ; A.A. Hoffay, pinxt. & lithog. ; printed by Dorival.

[Political cartoon showing Van Buren racing on a hog; below is Democratic ticket of Van Buren and Johnson and Ohio Electors - 1836]

[Political cartoon showing Webster, Harrison, White, and Van Buren riding hogs; below is Democratic ticket of Van Buren and Johnson and Ohio Electors - 1836]

Jinnoowine [i.e. "genuine"] Johnson ticket. "Carrying the war into Africa"

Johnson Rayburn & Company to Andrew Jackson, July 17, 1837

Richard M. Johnson, Vice President of the United States

Andrew Jackson, Jr. to Johnson Rayburn & Co., April 18, 1839

To the voters of Washington. You have a great interest at stake. Your canal stock is at hazard. Do not be thrown off your guard by the deceptious letter of Col. Seaton ... Johnson Hellen. May 30, 1840.

Cave Johnson to Andrew Jackson, April 12, 1843

[Josiah Johnson Hawes, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right]

Address to the Journeymen Cordwainers L. B. of Philadelphia by John McIlvaine. Philadelphia. Printed at Johnson's Cheap card and job printing office, No. 7 N. Tenth St. [185-?].

Educational convention and celebration, on the 6th and 7th of September, ‘53 [Program]. [Wilmington] C. P. Johnson, printer [1853].

[Hon. Andrew Johnson, half-length portrait, facing left]

Hon. Wm. Johnson

Hon. Wm. Johnson

Hon. Wm. Johnson

Prof. Johnson

Reverdy Johnson

Reverdy Johnson

Gen. C.A. Johnson, U.S.A.

Prof. Johnson

Hon. Reverdy Johnson

Prof. Johnson

Andrew Johnson

Andrew Johnson

Hon. Reverdy Johnson

Gen. C.A. Johnson, U.S.A.

Johnson's map of Indiana showing the rail roads and townships compiled from the latest & best authorities.

Johnson's new railroad and township copper-plate map of Illinois, Iowa, & Missouri, from the latest and best authorities.

[Andrew Johnson, Senator from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Robert W. Johnson, Senator from Arkansas, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Johnson & Saunders Co. to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 19, 1859 (Bill)

Abraham Lincoln to Canedy & Johnson, Thursday, January 12, 1860 (Check)

E. Johnson, C.S.A.

Maj. L.E. Johnson, Paymaster

C.A. Johnson, 17th N.Y.

Gen. Richard W. Johnson, 3rd Ky Cav. U.S.A.

Gen. Richard W. Johnson, 3rd Ky Cav. U.S.A.

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

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

Lincoln & Johnson. National Union ticket. [Massachusetts campaign ticket]

John C. Heenan, champion of America born in West Troy, New York, May 2, 1835, height 6 ft. 1 1/2 inch, fighting weight from 180 to 185 lbs / / from photograph in attitude taken by Gillis & Johnson, 156 Broadway, New York ; lith. by Cameron & Walsh, 32 & 34 John St., N.Y.

Hon. Daniel Johnson Morrell of PA

Democratic ticket. For President, Stephen A. Douglas, of Illinois. For Vice President, Herschel V. Johnson. [Campaign ticket]

[American flag campaign banner for Stephen A. Douglas and Herschel V. Johnson]

Hon. Andrew Johnson

Joseph E. Johnson [i.e., Johnston] / engraved & published by William Sartain, 728 Sansom St., Philada.

C.A. Johnson

Col. Johnson Harris, USM

Edward Johnson

Gen. Richard W. Johnson, 3rd Ky Cav. U.S.A.

Douglas & Johnson. Democratic ticket. [Ohio campaign ticket]

Johnson's new railroad & county copper plate map of the southern states from the latest and best information.

R.W. Johnson, USA

Maj. L.E. Johnson, Paymaster

Edward Johnson, C.S.A.

R.W. Johnson, USA

To President Andrew Johnson. Whereas, Andrew Johnson, President of the United States ... have recently left Washington for the City of Chicago, to participate in the ceremonies of laying the corner stone of the monument to America's favorite son

$1,1000 reward. A reward of eleven hundred dollars is hereby offered for the apprehension and return to the United States penitentiary in the District of Columbia of the convicts, James Wilson, Major S. McDonald, George W. Johnson, and Jo

[Andrew Johnson, full-length portrait, standing, facing right, with table and chair]

Hon. Herschel V. Johnson: Democratic candidate for vice president of the United States

C.A. Johnson, 17th N.Y.

Steph. A. Douglas and H. V. Johnson. Air: Dandy Jim of Caroline. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 38 & 60 Chatham Streer, N. Y

[Andrew Johnson, half-length portrait, seated, facing left]

Brig. Gen. Richard W. Johnson

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

Maj. L.E. Johnson, Paymaster

R.W. Johnson, USA

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