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New-York, Sunday 23d April, 1775. The following interesting advices, were this day received here, by two vessels from Newport, and by an express by land [The first news of the battle of Lexington and Concord] [New York, 1775].

Das erste Bürger Blut, zu Gründung der Americanischen Freyheit, vergossen bey Lexington am 19ten April 1775 / D. Chodowiecki inv. et del. ; D. Berger sculpsit 1784.

[Journée de Lexington]

Journée de Lexington / dessiné et gravé par F. Godefroy de l'Académie Imple. et Rle. de Vienne &c.

Battle of Lexington / E. Tisdale delt. ; C. Tiebout sculpt.

A proposal for publishing by inscription, Poems on several occasions, mostly on religious and moral subjects. By J. R. Tourmin .... May 30, 1803.

Lexington lottery, second class. Authorized by law of the state of Virginia. This ticket, on payment of five dollars, will entitle the bearer to such prize as may be drawn to its number, if demanded within twelve months. Subject to a education o

Awake! Awake! Awake! -- Rouse! Rouse! Rouse! Citizens of Kentucky ... But a few days and you will be precluded from redeeming your lands sold for the non-payment of the direct tax ... James Morrison, Supervisor. Lexington, January 3d, 1805.

[House ("Pope House") for John Pope, Lexington, Kentucky. Sketches, plan, and elevation]

The president and directors for the Kentucky Insurance Company promise to pay ... or bearer on demand two dollars, Lexington 16 Aug. 1816

The president and directors for the Kentucky Insurance Company promise to pay ... or bearer on demand one dollar, Lexington 16 June 1816

Lexington District, South Carolina /

The philosophy of mind according to Thomas Brown, M. D ... Transylvania University January, 1826. [Lexington, Ky.] T. Smith, printer [1826].

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.

Account of newspaper and pamphlets received at the post office at Lexington, county of Fayette state of Kentucky, from April 1, to July 1, 1829

Order of services at the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Battle of Lexington. Monday, April 20, 1835.

To the independent voters of the Congressional districts of Barnwell, Richland, Lexington and Orangeburg:-- Fellow citizens: The Hon. S. H. Butler having resigned his seat in Congress, you will be called on the choose a representative, on the fi

Regarding a meeting of the Second Presbyterian Church of Lexington, December 5, 1844

The progress of the age! A new paper, bearing this title, edited by D. L. Elder, will be published at Lexington, Ky., on Saturday, June 1st, 1850 ... May 24, 1850.

To the people, who wish to do right! There are thousands of persons in Kentucky who conscientiously believe that Slavery is injurious to the prosperity of our beloved state ... [May, 1850].

[Lexington market, Baltimore, Maryland]

Map of the Lexington and Big Sandy Railroad showing the connections, 1853, J. B. Westbrook, Chief Engineer.

New York Free Academy, corner of Lexington Ave., at 23rd St. [NYC]

Lexington races! Spring meeting. Association course. fourth day. Thursday, May 28, 1857. Purse $300! Two miles heats …

Lexington races! Spring meeting. Association course. Fourth day. Thursday, May 28, 1857. Purse $300! Two mile heats ....

U.S. gunboat Lexington [i.e. Tyler] - Mississippi River Fleet

"Lexington, Kentucky, Citizens" to Simon Cameron, Monday, October 07, 1861 (Introduction)

First blow for liberty

Notice. The people of Lexington are invited to attend religious services at the First Unitarian Church, on Wednesday, the 19th inst., at 12 o'clock, M. In memory of our late honored and beloved President, Abraham Lincoln. Per order of the committee.

Deadly attack of a wolf upon a man, and heroic conduct of the man's wife

Bird's eye view of the city of Lexington, Lafayette Co., Missouri 1869.

Battle field of Lexington, Mo., showing plan of earthwork defended by Federal and State troops under command of Col. James A. Mulligan, U.S.A. during the 18th, 19th and 20th Sept. 1861. Surrendered to Genl. Sterling Price, C.S.A., Sept. 20th 1861

Bird's eye view of the city of Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky 1871.

Recumbent figure of General R.E. Lee by Edward V. Valentine, of Richmond, Va. To be placed in the mausoleum, at Lexington, Va. Photographed by M. Miley, Lexington, Va

Parole: brown gelding by Imp. Leamington, dam Maiden by Lexington

[Canal dam, Lexington, Va.]

[Circular letter from W. C. P. Breckinridge, General counsel]. Lexington, Ky. 188-.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Lexington, Sanilac County, Michigan

A centennial map of the Lexington Presbytery of the Synod of Virginia of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, organized Sept. 26, 1786, centennial Sept. 26, 1886, at Timber Ridge Church /

Grove near Lexington, Dawson County, Nebraska

Battle of Lexington

Buckman Tavern, Lexington, Massachusetts

[Harrington House, Lexington, Massachusetts]

Munroe Tavern, Lexington

[Buckman Tavern, Lexington, Massachusetts]

Battle of Lexington

Munroe Tavern, Lexington

Map of Davidson County, N.C.

The Green and statue of Capt. Parker, Lexington

The Green and statue of Capt. Parker, Lexington

Harrington House, Lexington, Massachusetts

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Lexington, Sanilac County, Michigan

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Lexington, Lexington County, South Carolina

Old belfry, Lexington, Massachusetts. From this belfry was rung out the alarm on the morning of the 19th of April, 1775, calling the Minute Men to assemble on the Common

LEXINGTON

[African American women and men posed by machinery, Lexington Laundry, Richmond, Virginia]

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Lexington, Sanilac County, Michigan

Line of the Minute Men Memorial, Lexington

Line of the Minutemen, Lexington

Hancock and Adams room, John Hancock House, Lexington

Dining room, John Hancock House, Lexington, Mass

Clay monument - Lexington, Ky.

Battle Monument, Lexington

Hancock and Adams room, John Hancock House, Lexington

First Parish Church, Lexington, Mass.

Kitchen and living room, John Hancock House, Lexington, Mass

[Line of the Minutemen memorial on the Green, Lexington, Mass.]

Line of the Minute Men Memorial, Lexington

Statue of Capt. Parker, Lexington, Mass.

House of Marrett and Nathan Munroe, Lexington

Battle Monument, Lexington

Dining room, John Hancock House, Lexington, Mass.

[Munroe Tavern, Lexington, Mass.]

Stone cannon, Lexington, Mass.

The Old Belfry, Lexington

A Kentucky coal mine

[Minuteman memorial, possibly Lexington, Massachusetts]

House of Marrett and Nathan Munroe, Lexington

Munroe Tavern, Lexington, Mass.

[Lexington Market, Baltimore, Maryland]

A Kentucky tobacco field

First Parish Church, Lexington, Mass

Kitchen and living room, John Hancock House, Lexington, Mass

Cary Memorial Library, Lexington, Mass

The Old Belfry, Lexington

[Plaque on Harrington House, Lexington, Mass.]

Line of the Minutemen memorial on the Green, Lexington, Mass.

Kitchen and living room, John Hancock House, Lexington, Mass.

Cary Memorial Library, Lexington, Mass.

Line of the Minutemen, Lexington

[Stone cannon, Lexington, Mass.]

Kitchen and living room, John Hancock House, Lexington, Mass

Kitchen and living room, John Hancock House, Lexington, Mass.

Kitchen and living room, John Hancock House, Lexington, Mass.

Plaque on Harrington House, Lexington, Mass.

Old belfry from which the Continental soldiers were warned of the advance of the British, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A

Monument to the minute men, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A

Statue of Capt. Parker, Lexington, Mass.

Statue of Capt. Parker, Lexington, Mass

Statue of Captain Parker, on the green at Lexington, Mass

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