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Miss Anita Phipps, 11/24/23

Amplissimæ regionis Mississipi seu provinciæ Ludovicianæ â R.P. Ludovico Hennepin Fransisc. Miss in America Septentrionali anno 1687.

Amplissima regionis Mississipi seu provinciæ Ludovicianæ â R.P. Ludovico Hennepin Francisc Miss. in America septentrionali anno 1687 detectæ, nunc Gallorum coloniis et actionum negotiis toto orbe celeberrimæ.

[The repeal or the funeral of Miss Ame=Stamp]

Miss V-gh-n [and] the American hero

Miss shuttle-cock / R. S. [Monogram, i.e. 'Richard Sneer'].

The taking of Miss Mud I'land

Miss L--n [and] the martial lover

Miss Sp-c-r [and] the pliant premier

The amiable Miss W-bb [and] the intrepid partizan

Lodging house, back-front, Miss Coles, Spa[nish] Town

Funeral honors. Washington, Miss. Aug. 12, 1826. In carrying into effect the views of the Committee of arrangement, the Grand Marshall directs th t the following order be observed, in the procession intended on to-morrow, the 13th instant, in ho

Norwich, Vt. Sept. 17, 1829., The Norwich Female Seminary is this day opened to receive young ladies under the care of Miss Mary B. Ware, as principal ....

Miss E. Leslie

Circus Galop - to Miss Emilie Shierenberg

War and pestilence! Two young ladies taken prisoners by the savages ... Just published an interesting narrative of the captivity of Miss Francis and Almira Hall, two respectable young females (sisters) of the ages of 16 and 18 who were taken pri

[Title page of "Fancy's sketch book" by Miss Penina Moise (Charleston, 1833) - no. illus.]

Andrew Jackson to Miss Maridean, March 2, 1837

The plot exposed! or, Abolitionism, Fanny Wright, and the Whig party! The following sermon, delivered at the African church in Church Street, by the Rev. Moses Parkes, a colored preacher from Canterbury, Conn, drew from Miss Desdamont the letter

A hap-hazard song for the people. Being one of the series to appear to uncertain intervals. By Miss Terious Devil-up-ments! [1842?].

Take your time Miss Lucy, a comic ballad

The happy family / mezzotint by Sartain expressly for Miss Leslie's Magazine.

Miss D. Y. Emerson; will commence the Spring term of her school; on Monday April 8th, in Buttrick's block 3d door Market Street ... Lowell, March 13, 1844.

The grave of my mother Poetry and music composed and respectfully dedicated to Miss Megee of Philadelphia by the author of Mary's beauty / / Queen ; C. Schuessele del. ; P.S. Duval & Co. steam lith. press.

Forrest Hall! Georgetown, D. C. Young mens' dramatic association. First appearance of the young and talented favorite actress Miss Kate Reignolds!!! who will appear as Therese ... Georgetown, D. C. Printed by Settle & Rodier, Congress street. [J

Miss Mary Booth

Gen. Tom Thumb, Miss Lavinia Warren, Commodore Nutt and The Giant

Hon. Albert G. Brown of Miss.

Miss Lucy Dean

Miss Bateman

Miss Kate Denin

Miss Brooke's English and French boarding and day school, Washington, D. C. [Circular] [Washington, D. C. 1855].

Miss A.J. Evans

Miss C. Weston

Miss Kate Denin

Miss Madelaine Henriques

Gen. Tom Thumb, Miss Lavinia Warren, The Giant

Miss Anna Wood

Hon. Jacob Thompson of Miss.

Miss Chesney

Hon. Albert G. Brown of Miss.

Miss Chapman

Miss Hendricks

Miss A.J. Evans

Miss Chesney

Miss Hendricks

Miss Julia Meyer

Miss Hendricks

Miss Madelaine Henriques

Miss Sallie Holman

Miss Lavinia Warren

Miss Chesney

Miss Kate Chase

Miss Sallie Holman

Miss Julia Meyer

Miss Bateman

Hon. L.Q.C. Lamar of Miss

Miss A.J. Evans

Miss Lucy Dean

Miss Combs

Hon. L.Q.C. Lamar of Miss.

Miss Kate Chase

Hon. Jacob Thompson of Miss.

Hon. Albert G. Brown of Miss.

Miss Julia Meyer

Vicksburg, Miss. 1848

To Miss Mary E. Taylor. The Supper Bell Polka. Companion to the dinner & breadfast bell / J.H. Bufford's Lith.

[Miss Columbia with stars-and-stripes shield and eagle]

Lt. Col. James R. Chalmers, Col. 9th Miss. Inf.

Hon. Geo. E. Harris of Miss.

Miss C. L. Angell to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, October 16, 1860 (Autograph request)

Hon. Adelbert Ames of Miss

Gen. James R. Chalmers, Col. 9th Miss. Inf.

A.E. Reynolds, 25th Miss. Inf., C.S.A.

Lt. Col. James R. Chalmers, Col. 9th Miss. Inf.

Hon. Hiram R. Revels of Miss.

Hon. A. Ames of Miss.

Wm. Barksdale. Brig. Gen. Miss.

Evans, Miss, (Welsh lecturer)

Hon. George Colin McKee of Miss[?]

Hiram R. Revels of Miss.

Gen. James R. Chalmers, Col. 9th Miss. Inf.

Lt. Col. James R. Chalmers, Col. 9th Miss. Inf.

N.H. Harris, Col. Of 19th Miss Inf. CSA

N.H. Harris, Col. Of 19th Miss Inf. CSA

N.H. Harris, Col. Of 19th Miss Inf. CSA

Confederate gun "Whistling Dick", Vicksburg, Miss.

Confederate fortifications at Vicksburg, Miss.

Street view in Vicksburg, Miss.

Confederate fortifications in rear of Vicksburg, Miss.

Battery Sherman, Vicksburg, Miss.

U.S. Army Headquarters, Vicksburg, Miss.

Provost Marshal's Guard House, Vicksburg, Miss.

[Envelope addressed to Miss Fannie Ridley, Jerusalem, Southampton, Virginia; postmarked Richmond]

Market House, Vicksburg, Miss.

Review of the volunteer troops in Fort Moultrie, on Sullivan's Island, Charleston Harbor, S.C., in the presence of Mrs. Pickens and Miss Pickens, the wife and daughter of the governor of South Carolina / from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston.

[Full page of advertisements and cartoon, "A new application of the Rarey System", showing James Buchanan holding strap "coercion" and kicking horse "Miss South Carolina"]

Jefferson Davis' house, Hurricane [i.e. Davis] Island, Miss.

[Envelope showing Confederate flag, addressed to Miss Lou Taylor, No. 461 Sixth St., Cincinnati, Ohio]

Plan for organizing a confederate regiment or brigade to be called the national confederate guards. [Corinth, Miss. May, 1862].

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