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Mandarina Tottidumpa, original dancing mistress to the first Emperour of China [dancing with] Philobanter Suckbottle, Prime Dancing Minister to ye Ancient Noddificators of the famous city in the Land of Nod

Thomas Jefferson, February 1777, Draft of Subscription to Support a Clerk to Assist Charles Clay as Minister in Charlottesville, Virginia

His excellency Henry Laurens, president of congress & minister plenipotentiary for treating of peace with Grt. Britain / B.B.E.

Thomas Jefferson, 1784-89, Calling Card as Minister to France; in French

Mr. Fitzherbert the British minister plenipotentiary, with Gravier de Vergennes, and le Compte d'Aranda ministers plenipotentiary of the courts of France & Spain, signing the preliminary articles of peace at Versailles (on Jany. the 20th 1783) previous to their final ratification / Metz delin. ; Cook sculp.

Unknown, February 26, 1788, Notation on Arrival of French Minister Plenipotentiary Eleonore Francois Elie, Comte de Moustier

Thomas Jefferson, December 21, 1791, Minister Appointments to Paris, London, and the Hague

Wierd sisters; minister's[sic] of darkness; minions of the moon

Minister of Foreign Affairs to Jean Baptiste Ternant, September 19, 1792

Familiar dialogues on dancing, between a minister and a dancer : taken from matter of fact : with an appendix containing some extracts from the writings of pious and eminent men against the entertainments of the stage, and other vain amusements : recommended to the perusal of Christians of every denomination /

O'Connell and the Minister at the bar of the (Crown) and (Anchor) trying to settle a knotty point over a drop of Irish whiskey

A minister extraordinary taking passage & bound on a foreign mission to the court of his satanic majesty!

[Minister wearing spectacles]

Pemell, Richard B., Lyons, Lord. British Minister during Civil War

[F.S. Mora, Minister Plenipotentiary for Emperor Maximilian of Mexico, full-length portrait, facing front] / Levitsky, 22 Rue de Choiseul.

Campbell, Hon. James Hepburn of Pa. Appointed Minister to Sweden by Lincoln, 1864-1867

D.F. Jamieson, President of the South Carolina Convention, and Minister of War

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, August 07, 1861 (Meeting with Spanish minister)

Edward Bates to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, March 21, 1861 (Appointment of minister to Russia)

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 29, 1861 (Meeting with Costa Rican minister)

Thomas Corwin to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, March 13, 1861 (Does not want to be minister to Mexico)

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, July 28, 1864 (Meeting with minister from Italy)

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, September 13, 1864 (Meeting with minister from Colombia)

Frederick W. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, September 5, 1864 (Meeting with minister from Venezuela)

Outry, M. (French Minister & group)

Settle, Hon. Thomas of N.C Capt. 3rd N.C. Regt. U.S. Minister to Peru

Yano, Giro, Japanese Minister

Washburne Hon. E.B. Rep. Minister to France.

Hunt, Hon. Wm. Henry, Secty of Navy 1881, Born in Charleston, S.C. 1824, Supreme Court Justice, Minister to Russia

Yano, Giro, Japanese Minister

Fish, Hon. Nicholas, U.S. Minister to Switzerland

La Mahea, Hon. M.D. ? (Samoan Minister)

Borges, Hon. A.P. DeCarvaths (Minister to Brazil)

[Low, Frederick Ferdinand, 1828-1894 half-lgth, (7), U.S. Minister to China]

West, Hon. Sackville (British Minister)

Hon. E. Lothrop, Minister to Russia

Reid, Hon. Whitelaw, Minister to England

West, Hon. Sackville (British Minister)

DeFlury, Minister to France

[Robert Collyer, Unitarian minister, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right]

Reid, Whitelaw, Minister to England

Lathrope, Hon. O.V. Minister to Russia

Rev. Dr. Sunderland, Presby. Minister, Married Grover Cleveland

[Judge or minister holding a book]

[Avery, Benjamin Parke, 1828-1875. half lgth., (2) U.S. Minister to China]

Presentation by Minister [Elihu Benjamin] Washburn[e (1816-1887)] of Lafayette's watch

[Japanese man, full-length, standing, facing left, wearing minister's robe over kimono]

[Japanese man, full-length, standing, facing left, wearing minister's robe over kimono]

The Dean Stanley memorial. It having been suggested, at the late meeting held in the Chapter house of Westminister Abbey, on the birthday of Dean Stanley, December 13, 1881, at which our American minister, M5. Lowell, was one of the speakers, th

New use for our minister to Turkey

[Caricature showing Chinese Minister handing "claims of China" to Secretary of State Bayard, who is seated under sign which reads "the Chinese have no votes and no rights which this government is bound to respect, 1886"]

Poncefort (British Minister)

Poncefort (British Minister)

Prime minister (?)

Robert Roosevelt will not be minister to Holland this time but minister to great Ireland, because he loves the Irish so

Agra - tomb of the Prime Minister

Prince Hilkoff, Minister of Ways and Communications, with his staff beside train, enroute to Moscow

Prince Hilkoff, Minister of Ways and Communications, with his staff, inspecting railway construction

Count F. Guicciardini, Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs, cameo portrait

Steeg, Minister of Public Instruction

Dr. Solf, Colonial Minister

Murderers of Turk War Minister - hanging

Joseph de Jaudenes Nebot (first minister of Spain)

Morel, Minister of Colonies

Briand, Aristide (French foreign minister)

Campos Henriques, Minister of Justice, Portugal, seated, in uniform

Aug. de Castilho, Minister of Marine, Portugal, standing, three-quarters, in uniform

Gabriel Guisthau, Minister of Commerce

[Man and two women talking to minister inside church]

King Peter and the Prime Minister, in carriage

[Wu-Ting-Fang, Chinese minister, in Washington, D.C.]

Louis L. Klotz, Minister of Finance

Mayor Mitchel & delegates to the Southern Commercial Congress Convention standing on steps of City Hall: Gov. Manning, S.C.; Straus; Dr. de Cespedes, Cuban Minister; Mayor Mitchel; Sen. Fletcher, Fla.; Karavongsi, Siamese Minister; Dr. Porras, Pnama Minis

Ferreira, Prime Minister of Portugal, portrait bust

Wife of the first minister of Spain

9th U.S. Infantry lined before the sacred gate in honor of Count Waldersee - Minister Conger and family in foreground, Peking, China

A game of "Go-ban," or oriental chess - Yun-Woong-Niel, Korean Minister of War (left) in his home, Seoul

Japanese minister and secretaries

Japanese minister and secretaries

Corean [i.e. Korean] minister

Entrance to home of Korean Minister of War

Seoul, Korea: A game of "Go-ban," or oriental chess - Yun-Woong-Niel, Korean Minister of War (left), in his home

Chilean Minister and Secretary [posed in open automobile, Washington, D.C.]

Corean [i.e. Korean] minister

Korean Minister of War, his son and grandchildren - at their home, Seoul, Korea

Chinese minister and secretaries

LAZOA, L. MINISTER

CHAMORRO, E. MINISTER

Minister of War's luncheon on arsenal grounds

QUESADA, DON G. MINISTER

PORRAS, MINISTER

CRUZ, ANIBAL. MINISTER

PELENYI, J. MINISTER

MENDEZ, J. MINISTER

Minister Griscom's garden party

CHAMORRO, E. MINISTER

CHANGE, MINISTER

NAON, R. MINISTER

PEZET, F.A. MINISTER

MEHDI, KHAN. MINISTER

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