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Orders to be observed during the time of fires by the inhabitants .. [Stringent directions to be observed by the inhabitants and the military] Given at Head-Quarters in Boston, this eighteenth day of November, 1775. [Boston: Printed by John Howe

[New York Island. Military; unfinished.

Edmund Pendleton to Thomas Jefferson, July 29, 1776, Military News; Indian Hostilities

Thomas Jefferson to John Jouett Jr., April 15, 1777, Military Recruitment; Receipt for Bounty Money

[Philadelphia and vicinity. Military.

[New York Island. Military. Unfinished.

Virginia Governor, 1779, Statement of Powers; Removal of Military Officers

Thomas Jefferson, October 1780, List of Military and Naval Questions

Thomas Jefferson to Andre Limozin, September 22, 1787, two same date; Prussian and Russian Military Advances

Military laboratory, at No. 34, Dock street near the Drawbridge, Philadelphia: where owners and commanders of armed vessels may be supplied, for either the use of small arms or cannon, at the shortest notice, with every species of military store

Military orders from Aquilla Whitaker to James Hougland

Military orders from Isaac Shelby to General [Thomas] Kennedy

[Military academy. Title sheet]

Deed Granting Land to Patrick Shannon for Military Service, 1801

James Madison to John Armstrong, August 15, 1814. Notes, Military Strength.

James Madison, August 10, 1814. List, Military Instructions.

Major Genl. Brown U.S. Army / J. Wood pinx. ; Gimbrede sc.

[James Duncan, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]

Military despotism! Arbitrary arrest of a judge [Regarding Andrew Jackson and Dominick A. Hall] During the session of Congress in 842, Senator Linn of Mo. introduced the bill for refunding the money to Jackson, with interest, amounting to {dolla

Military waltz

[Colonel William Gates, head-and-shoulders portrait, three-quarters to the right, in military uniform]

[John M. Washington, head-and-shoulders portrait, three-quarters to the left, in military uniform]

[Ichabod B. Crane, three-quarter length portrait, facing slightly right]

[Hugh Brady, half-length portrait, facing front, in civilian dress]

[Unidentified U.S. Army officer, head-and-shoulders portrait, slightly to the right, in military uniform]

[John Lane Gardner, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right]

[Military officer and a woman, the officer in uniform, standing, facing front, the woman seated, on the left, nearly full face]

[James Duncan, three-quarters to the right, in military uniform]

[Unidentified cadet in Virginia Military Institute uniform]

[Military training map, Mexico].

The capture of General Vega (In the act of discharging a canon) by the gallant Capt. May, of the U.S. Army, during the engagement of the 9th May / / Lith. & pub. by Sarony & Major, 117 Fulton St. N.Y.

Seige of Vera Cruz March 1847: by the U.S. Army and Navy

Winfield Scott, Major Genl. of the U.S. Army

Mexicans evacuating Vera Cruz: and surrendering their arms to the U.S. Army, under Genl. Scott

[David Emanuel Twiggs, half-length portrait, facing right]

[Winfield Scott, head-and-shoulders portrait, head three-quarters to the right, eyes front, in civilian dress]

Indian sugar camp / Capt. S. Eastman, U.S. Army ; John C. McRae.

[Military camp]

Majr. Genl. William T. Sherman: U.S. Army

Winfield Scott. Lieut. General, Commanding U.S. Army

Military on Broadway

Military reconnaissance of Virginia /

[Unidentified Virginia Military Institute cadet in uniform]

Military map of the middle and southern states showing the seat of war during the great rebellion in 1861

Lt. Col. J.H. Puleston, Military Agent of Pa.

Members of the Military Commission for the trial of Lincoln Conspirators

Military map of the middle and southern states showing the seat of war during the great rebellion in 1861

Dr. Charles A. Leale (in U.S. Army uniform) attended Lincoln at death.

[Military standards of the cavalry during the American Civil War]

Salmon P. Chase to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, July 29, 1861 (Military affairs)

George B. McClellan to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, September 08, 1861 (Military affairs)

The Albany contractors who have "influence" at Washington, and their victim

William A. Buckingham to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, May 23, 1861 (Military affairs)

Thomas A. Scott to Abraham Lincoln, July 1861 (Military affairs)

James Lesley Jr. to John G. Nicolay, Wednesday, July 24, 1861 (Military affairs)

[Military camp with Union soldiers, horses, and tents, probably at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia]

J.C. Frémont major general of U.S. army

The original four operators of the United States Military Telegraph Corps The figure standing is Samuel M. Brown. Those in the front row, reading from left to right, are David Strouse, David Homer Bates and Richard O'Brien.

Washington, D. C. Military Defense, Wednesday, May 01, 1861 (Printed Article)

Edwin D. Morgan to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 27, 1861 (Military affairs)

[Sketch of U.S. Army Signal Corps observation and signal tower]

U.S. Military Railroad Bridge, Bull Run, Va. Orange and Alexandria R.R.

Benjamin F. Butler to Edward D. Baker, Saturday, June 15, 1861 (Military affairs)

Anson Stager to Thomas T. Eckert, Thursday, December 19, 1861 (Military affairs)

George L. Schuyler to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, May 23, 1861 (Military affairs)

U.S. Military Academy cadets

R. Morley to Thomas A. Scott, Sunday, September 29, 1861 (Military affairs)

James M. Bell to William H. Stowe Jr., Monday, November 18, 1861 (Military affairs)

John C. Fremont to Edward D. Townsend, Monday, September 23, 1861 (Military events in Missouri)

Thomas A. Scott to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, August 27, 1861 (Military affairs)

Thomas A. Scott to Gustave P. Koerner, Friday, October 18, 1861 (Military appointments)

U.S. Army Headquarters, Vicksburg, Miss.

Caleb B. Smith to A. G. Porter, Saturday, December 28, 1861 (Military affairs)

U.S. Military Railroad Bridge, Bull Run, Va. Orange and Alexandria R.R.

Gen. John N. Winder, C.S.A

[Albert J. Myer, U.S. Army Signal Corps officer, full-length portrait, facing front, standing under canopy in front of a tent, with one hand on ridge pole, with two men, one sitting on the left and the other sitting on the right]

Military railroad bridge across Chattanooga Creek, L8536

Gustave P. Koerner to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, October 16, 1861 (Military commissions in Fremont's command)

Schuyler Colfax to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, May 29, 1861 (Military affairs)

[Francis B. Spinola, General in the U.S. Army, half-length portrait, facing right]

Munson's Hill Military Telegraph to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, September 29, 1861 (Telegram reporting departure of Seward and Scott)

Sergt. John Mills, 1st Regt. Inftry, Tenth U.S. Army, 1808

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, 1861 (Military affairs)

Thomas A. Scott to George B. McClellan, Tuesday, December 10, 1861 (Military affairs)

John C. Fremont to William H. Seward, Monday, July 29, 1861 (Military affairs)

James B. Fry to Robert C. Schenck, Monday, June 17, 1861 (Military orders)

Simon Cameron to William Sprague, Wednesday, October 23, 1861 (Military preparations)

William D. C. Murdock to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, May 09, 1861 (Military advice)

U.S. Military Railroad Construction Corps repairing Orange and Alexandria R.R. at Devereux Station

Thomas T. Eckert to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, October 22, 1861 (Military affairs)

John C. Fremont to John G. Nicolay, August 6 [1861] (Military affairs in Missouri)

Military map of the United States & territories showing the location of the military posts, arsenals, Navy Yards, & ports of entry. Compiled from pub-doc--1861.

[Albert J. Myer, U.S. Army Signal Corps officer, full-length portrait, facing slightly left, holding sword, sitting under canopy in front of a tent with two men, one sitting on the left and the other standing, holding the ridge pole]

William T. Sherman to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, October 10, 1861 (Military affairs)

Abraham Lincoln to William H. Seward, Friday, March 01, 1861 (Military appointment)

[Military construction in northern Virginia: raft of blanket boats ferrying men and timber across the Potomac River]

Peter H. Watson to John Hay, Thursday, April 17, 1862 (Military appointment)

Andrew H. Foote to S. Ledyard Phelps, Thursday, January 09, 1862 (Military affairs)

[Military construction in northern Virginia: men sitting in blanket boats strapped together on the Potomac River]

[Military construction in northern Virginia: men sitting in blanket boats on the Potomac River]