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Morgan to Andrew Jackson

Orders. Thursday, July 27, 1775. The Light Infantry company to the Third Battalion are desired to meet at the Carpenters Hall, next Saturday Morning, at Seven o'clock, on business of importance. George Morgan.

Horatio Gates to Daniel Morgan, November 28, 1780

U.S. Reports: Mallory v. Kirwan, 2 U.S. (2 Dall.) 192 (1792)

U.S. Reports: Chancellor v. Phillips, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 213 (1800)

U.S. Reports: Pollock v. Hall, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 222 (1800)

Thomas Jefferson to Morgan Brown, January 16, 1800

Proclamation! To the people of Lebanon! I am about to leave you. I have endeavored since my entrance in your city to prevent all lawlessness ... Jno. H. Morgan. Act. Brig. Gen. C. S. A.

Thomas Jefferson to Morgan Lewis, May 2, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to George Morgan, September 19, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Morgan, July 18, 1807

First book of the Chronicles of Morgan and his Quid Council. Look here Removals ... Look there. Appointments ... [Signed] An Old Continental. [1807].

Thomas Jefferson to George Morgan, March 26, 1807

Gideon Morgan to Unknown, October 18, 1814

David Bannister Morgan to Robert Butler, January 22, 1815

David Bannister Morgan to Unknown, January 26, 1815

Thomas Jefferson to Morgan Neville, December 18, 1819

Henry Toland to Thomas W. Morgan, June 27, 1833

Minutes of the regular Baptist association; held at Apple Creek church Morgan County, Illinois. October 2d, 3d, & 4th, A. D. 1840. Alton "Telegraph" [1840].

Katherine (Duane) Morgan to Andrew Jackson, March 22, 1844

Sixth ward. Workingmen's ticket. For collector S. S. Briggs. For register, Z. K. Offutt. For Surveyor. H. W. Ball. For alderman Robert Clarke. For Common Council. William Morgan, Henry Steward, Thomas E. Jacobs. For Assessor. John Russell. [June

Map of Morgan County, Ohio /

Rev. Morgan L. Dix

Captain Morgan, Rifle Corps, A.D.C. to General Bernard, on Coxcomb the winner of the Crimean races, the property of Captain Barnard, Grenadier Guards

Rev. Morgan L. Dix

Rev. Morgan L. Dix

[Design drawing for woodwork for Lectern in Oak with large bird over gothic base for Church of the Good Shepherd, 126 Morgan Street in Raleigh, North Carolina]

[Edwin B. Morgan, Representative from New York, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Hon. George Washington Morgan of Ohio

Confederate Dead: W.O.B. Branch, Earl Van Dorn, J.H. Morgan, W. Barksdale, A.S. Johnston, J.E.B. Stuart, "Stonewall" Jackson, J.S. Bowen, Zollicoffer, L. Tilghman, A.J. Jenkins, Ben McCullough, Leonidas Polk, and G.J. Rains

Confederate Dead: W.O.B. Branch, Earl Van Dorn, J.H. Morgan, W. Barksdale, A.S. Johnston, J.E.B. Stuart, "Stonewall" Jackson, J.S. Bowen, Zollicoffer, L. Tilghman, A.J. Jenkins, Ben McCollough, Leonidas Polk, and G.J. Rains

John H. Morgan & wife, C.S. A.

Edwin D. Morgan

Edwin D. Morgan to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, December 03, 1860 (Forwards invitation)

Hon. George Washington Morgan of Ohio

G.N. Morgan

Confederate Dead: W.O.B. Branch, Earl Van Dorn, J.H. Morgan, W. Barksdale, A.S. Johnston, J.E.B. Stuart, "Stonewall" Jackson, J.S. Bowen, Zollicoffer, L. Tilghman, A.J. Jenkins, Ben McCullough, Leonidas Polk, and G.J. Rains

Hon. Morgan Calvin Hamilton of Texas

J.H. Morgan & wife, C.S. A.

J.H. Morgan & wife, C.S. A.

Hon. Edwin Denison Morgan of N.Y.

Confederate Dead: W.O.B. Branch, Earl Van Dorn, J.H. Morgan, W. Barksdale, A.S. Johnston, J.E.B. Stuart, "Stonewall" Jackson, J.S. Bowen, Zollicoffer, L. Tilghman, A.J. Jenkins, Ben McCullough, Leonidas Polk, and G.J. Rains

Confederate Dead: W.O.B. Branch, Earl Van Dorn, J.H. Morgan, W. Barksdale, A.S. Johnston, J.E.B. Stuart, "Stonewall" Jackson, J.S. Bowen, Zollicoffer, L. Tilghman, A.J. Jenkins, Ben McCullough, Leonidas Polk, and G.J. Rains

Confederate Dead: W.O.B. Branch, Earl Van Dorn, J.H. Morgan, W. Barksdale, A.S. Johnston, J.E.B. Stuart, "Stonewall" Jackson, J.S. Bowen, Zollicoffer, L. Tilghman, A.J. Jenkins, Ben McCullough, Leonidas Polk, and G.J. Rains

Edwin D. Morgan

Edwin D. Morgan to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, January 19, 1861 (Recommends Welles for cabinet)

Edwin D. Morgan to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 14, 1861 (Invitation to stay at his home)

Union Ticket. First, second, fourth ward. For Collector, James F. Haliday, for Register, William Morgan, for Surveyor William Forsyth. [Washington, D. C., s. n 1861.]

Texan rangers. Published by M. Morgan, Galveston, Texas, Confederate States, 1861

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

New York Volunteers to Edwin D. Morgan, Tuesday, May 07, 1861 (Petition to from brigade under command of Schurz)

Union Ticket. Fourth, fourth, sixth ward. For Collector, James Haliday, for Register, William Morgan, for Surveyor, William Forsyth. [Washington, D. C., s. n., 1861]

Headquarters and barracks of Col. Morgan's Regt.

Edwin D. Morgan to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, September 26, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

Abraham Lincoln to Edwin D. Morgan, Monday, February 04, 1861 (Reply to invitation)

[Photocopy showing two images of soldiers with handwritten captions. Incomplete image above is captioned Morgan's Command in Ohio Penitentiary, Columbus. Image below is captioned Louisiana Tigers, New Orleans, 1861]

Edwin D. Morgan to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 23, 1861 (Introduction)

Edwin D. Morgan to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 06, 1861 (Telegram regarding resignation of Gen. Wool)

Relics shown in a tent erected in Franklin School House hall, Washington street, near Dover, February 26th and 27th from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. for the benefit of the children's mission, represented by Rev. Henry Morgan ... Boston. J. H. & F. F. F

Morgan Doheny to Michael Corcoran, Wednesday, December 03, 1862 (Sends papers)

Map illustrating the operations of the Seventh Division under Brig. General G.W. Morgan at Cumberland Gap, Tennessee during a portion of the year 1862

Edwin D. Morgan to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, July 02, 1862 (Introduction)

Edwin D. Morgan to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, February 16, 1862 (Introduction)

Edwin D. Morgan, Wednesday, October 01, 1862 (Printed Proclamation)

Edwin D. Morgan to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, May 29, 1862 (Recommendation)

Edwin D. Morgan, Friday, April 25, 1862 (Printed Certificate)

Edwin D. Morgan, Friday, April 25, 1862 (Printed Certificate)

Bealeton, Virginia. Company K, 93d New York Infantry. (Morgan Rifles)

Bealeton, Virginia. Regimental staff 93d New York Infantry. (Morgan Rifles)

Cornelius Curtis to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, August 07, 1863 (Sends resolutions of Loyal National League of Key West recommending Joseph Morgan for brigadier general)

Edwin D. Morgan to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, July 01, 1863 (Writes in favor of giving McClellan authority to raise troops in New York)

C. H. Morgan to J. H. Todd, Wednesday, February 04, 1863 (Affairs in Nevada Territory)

Fort Morgan just after the surrender, August 23, 1864

Edwin D. Morgan to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, June 27, 1864 (Patronage)

Morgan, Hon. Charles Henry of Mo. Capt. in the 1st Regt. and 21st Regt. Wisc. Vol. Inf.

Rawls, Hon. Morgan of Ga., Col. of 54th Ga. Inf., C.S.A. B. in Bulloch Co. Ga. June 1829. Engaged in agricultural pursuits. Enlisted in Conf. Army 1861 - Capt. of inf. Colonel of 54th Ga. Vol. Inf. 1862. Member state H. of R. 1863 - 65 - 68 - 72

Wise, Hon. Morgan Ringland of Pa.

Edwin D. Morgan to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 04, 1865 (Introduction)

Hamilton, Hon. Morgan Calvin of Texas

Morgan, Hon. John T. of ALA

Hamilton, Hon. Morgan Calvin of Texas

Life sketches in the metropolis - our homeless poor - a midnight visit to one of the cheap lodging houses in Water St. / from life by Matt Morgan.

The American juggernaut Everything noble, patriotic, and progressive is crushed beneath the remorseless tread of that mammoth monster of corruption, cruelty, and fraud, the vampire rings of capital / / Matt Morgan.

New York City--Among the poor - A Summer evening scene at the Five Points / sketched by Matt Morgan.

Charles Sumner / Matt Morgan.

Arrival of the surviving prisoners of the "Virginius" crew at New York - demonstrations of welcome by their friends and sympathizers at Trujillo's restaurant in Pine Street / sketched by Matt Morgan.

W. W. Richie's map of Morgan County, Indiana : from official records & actual surveys /

Map illustrating the operations of the Seventh Division under Brig. General G. W. Morgan at Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, during a portion of the year 1862

Map of Morgan Co. MO. /

Map of Morgan and Johnson counties and parts of Magofin, Floyd and Martin /

First through train from Houston, Texas, to New Orleans, Louisiana, upon the opening of Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad

Gen. James A. Garfield, 20th president of the United States / W.J. Morgan & Co. lith., Cleveland, O.

The "New home" in the far west / W.U. Morgan & Co. Lith, Cleveland, O.

Irrigation ditch digging, Fort Morgan, Colo.

Morgan Irrigation Canal, Fort Morgan, Colo. / photo by L.C. McClure, Denver.

[Brigadier-General George W. Morgan, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left] / H.V.

A day's work ended / drawn by Matt Morgan.

Republican ticket. For electors of President and vice-president of the United States. Frank W. Cheney. J. Howard Wittemore. Henry R. Kibbe. Edward F. Jones. William A. Slater. William G. Harding. For Governor, Morgan G. Bulkeley ... [s. l., 1888

Berkeley Springs, a celebrated and fashionable health resort, county seat of Morgan Co., W.Va.

Family in front of N.M. Morgan's home, Callaway, Custer County, Nebraska.

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