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[Various surgical instruments and apparatuses] / Jones sculp.

[Discovery of Tom Jones in Squire Allworthy's bed]

A correct draught of the harbours of Port Royal and Kingston, with the keys and shoals adjacent &c. from a late accurate survey, by Mr. Richd Jones, engineer.

Capt. Paul Jones's victory. [177-?].

John Harvie to Thomas Jefferson, April 1777, Letter of Introduction for Strother Jones

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, April 18, 1777, Letter of Introduction for Strother Jones

Thomas Jefferson Strother Jones, April 1778, Draft of Letter of Introduction for Strother Jones

Combat memorable entre le Pearson et Paul Jones / Richard Paton pinxit ; gravé par Balth. Frederic Leizel [sic].

George Washington to Joseph Jones, May 14, 1780. James Madison List to 1789 MAY 11.

John Paul Jones / dessiné d'après nature au mois de May 1780 par J.M. Moreau le Jeunne ; gravé à l'eauforte par J.M. Moreau le Je. ; terminé au burin par J.B. Fosseyeux, 1781.

Thomas Fitzgerald to John Paul Jones, October 2, 1783

Thomas Fitzgerald to John Paul Jones, July 2, 1784

Joseph Jones. Summary, Pennsylvania Imports. 1784.

1. General Washington 2. General Gates 3. Dr. Franklin 4. Präsid Laurens 5. Paul Jones / D. Berger sculp. 1784.

Thomas Jefferson to John Paul Jones, August 29, 1785

Thomas Jefferson to John Paul Jones, August 13, 1785

John Paul Jones, September 9, 1785, List of Prizes Taken in 1779; in French

Thomas Jefferson to John Paul Jones, November 5, 1785, Relations with Denmark

Benjamin Franklin to John Paul Jones, July 20, 1785

Thomas Jefferson to John Paul Jones, October 8, 1785

Thomas Jefferson to John Paul Jones, August 3, 1785

Thomas Jefferson to John Paul Jones, August 17, 1785

John Paul Jones, August 18, 1785, List of Prizes Taken in 1779; in French

Thomas Jefferson to John Paul Jones, July 5, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to John Paul Jones, July 11, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to John Paul Jones, July 10, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to John Paul Jones, August 21, 1786

John Adams to John Paul Jones, July 17, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to John Paul Jones, June 27, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to John Paul Jones, January 5, 1786

Thomas Jefferson to Jonathan Jones, September 10, 1787

Thomas Jefferson to John Paul Jones, March 27, 1788

Count de Bernstorff to John Paul Jones, March 30, 1788

Thomas Jefferson to William Jones, December 10, 1788

Thomas Jefferson to Amoureux, July 29, 1788, Money Owed John Paul Jones; Port of L'Orient

John Paul Jones to Count de Bernstorff, April 5, 1788

John Paul Jones to Count de Bernstorff, March 24, 1788

John Jones & Sons to Thomas Jefferson, January 3, 1789, Receipt for Thermometers Paid for by Daniel Parker

Thomas Jefferson to William Jones, October 7, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to John Coffin Jones, June 23, 1790

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Jones, February 14, 1790

Thomas Jefferson to John Paul Jones, August 31, 1791

Joseph Jones to James Madison, November 5, 1791.

Thomas Jefferson to Samuel Jones, Jr., December 1, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to John Jones, December 26, 1792

... An act for the remission of the tonnage duties on certain French vessels. [Followed by] An act for the relief of Epaphras Jones and others. [Philadelphia: Printed by Francis Childs, 1795].

Thomas Jefferson to William Jones and Nathaniel Anderson, September 15, 1796, Account

Joseph Jones to James Madison, September, 1796.

Thomas Jefferson to Allen Jones, May 22, 1797, Partly Illegible

Declaration of the Reverend Mr. David Jones. To the Citizens of the State of Pennsylvania, the following observations are submitted by the subscriber [Charging that James Ross attorney having repobated the doctrine of original sin court conseque

Thomas Jefferson to Walter Jones, March 31, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to William Jones, May 16, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to James Jones Wilmer, November 8, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Meriwether Jones, October 19, 1804

John Ecky, Jr. to William Jones, February 22, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to William Jones, February 3, 1809

James Jones Wilmer to James Madison, June 13, 1812.

Charles Morris to William Jones, July 15, 1813.

Isaac Brownlow to John Jones, January 15, 1814

Isaac Chauncey to William Jones, May 30, 1814.

Joseph Jones to Thomas Jefferson, January 8, 1819

Joseph Jones to Thomas Jefferson, January 18, 1819

Select vestry comforts / Thos Jones, fect.

Belvidere Bridge over Jones's Falls, Baltimore, Aug. 1828

To the public. The following letter received by me from Alfred Jones, a tailor of this place, is laid before the public, in order that they may form a correct opinion of his character. Samuel Devers. Lexington, Dec. 30th 1828.

James Madison to William Jones, January 30, 1829.

John Paul Jones

Andrew Jackson to Albert Jones, October 29, 1835

R. Jones to John E. Woll, July 22, 1836

[Copy of a letter from Th. B. Reiley to Doctor William Jones and a notice to the public] Washington 9th, December, 1836.

[Alfred Jones, three-quarter length portrait, standing]

[Walter Restored Jones, half-length portrait, nearly in profile to left]

[George Wallace Jones, half-length portrait, three-quarters to left, eyes front, with beard]

Capitol of the United States at Washington / engraved & published by Alfred Jones No. 34 Liberty St. N. York.

View of Cincinnati, Ohio from Covington, Ky. / drawn from nature by E. Whitefield ; printed in colors by Jones & Newman, 128 Fulton St., N.Y.

Anti-slavery meeting. Benj. S. & J. Elizabeth Jones will hold anti-slavery meetings at Friends, go and hear! [185-].

Hillsborough & Cincinnati Rail-road map extending from Hillsborough, Highland Co. to the coal field at Jackson, Jackson Co. Ohio; as located in 1852 under the direction of Ellwood Morris, Chief Engr. N. F. Jones, Princ. Assist. Eng.

Hillsborough & Cincinnati Railroad map extending from Jackson, Jackson Co. Ohio to Parkersburg, Va., as located in 1853 under the direction of Ellwood Morris, Chief Eng. N. E. Jones, S. Linton, Princ. Assist. Engrs.

$500 reward. A fraud was committed on the chemical bank, in this City, on the 30th inst. by means of forged checks ... J. Q. Jones. President of the Chemical Bank. New York, Aug. 30th, 1854.

Lieutenant General Sir Harry Jones & Staff

Lieutenant General Sir Harry Jones, K.C.B.

Nancy Hart, a heroine of the Revolution / Drawn by Darley ; engr. by F. E. Jones.

[J. Glancy Jones, Representative from Pennsylvania, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Owen Jones, Representative from Pennsylvania, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[George W. Jones, Senator from Iowa, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[George W. Jones, Representative from Tennessee, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Surg. S.J. Jones U.S.N.

[Samuel Jones]

Sam Jones, CSA

Surg. Henry Jones

Jones M. Withers CSA

Maj. Roger Jones, Asst. Insp. General

Maj. Roger Jones, Asst. Insp. General

John M. Jones, C.S.A.

R. Jones

Maj. W.T. Jones

Gen. John M. Jones, C.S.A.

Col. C. Jones

Maj. Roger Jones, Asst. Insp. General

Capt. Jones