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A view of the harbour and city of the Havana, taken from Jesu del Monte Vue du Port et ville de la Havane prise de Jesu del Monte = Vista del Puerto y Ciudad de la Havana desde Jesus del Monte / / drawn by Elias Durnford, Engineer ; engraved by T. Morris.

A view of the harbour and city of the Havana, taken from Jesu del Monte Vue du Port et ville de la Havane prise de Jesu del Monte = Vista del Puerto y Ciudad de la Havana desde Jesus del Monte / / drawn by Elias Durnford, Engineer ; engraved by T. Morris.

A view of the market place in the city of the Havana Vue de la place du marché dans la ville de la Havane prise = Vista de la plaza del mercado en la Ciudad de la Havana / / drawn by Elias Durnford Engineer ; engraved by C. Canot and T. Morris.

Horatio Gates to Major Morris, October 27, 1780

U.S. Reports: Miller, et al. v. The Ship Resolution, 2 U.S. (2 Dall.) 19 (1781)

Thomas Jefferson to Robert Morris, September 30, 1781, Letter of Introduction for William Short

U.S. Reports: Miller, et al., v. Miller, et al., 2 U.S. (2 Dall.) 1 (1781)

The American general Lee taken prisoner by lieutenant colonel Harcourt of the English army, in Morris Country, New Jersey, 1776 / Hamilton delin. ; Hawkins sculp.

Lewis Robert Morris to Thomas Jefferson, January 31, 1783

Governeer Morris Esq'r., member of congress / B.B.E.

Samuel Hardy and Morris to Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe, 1783, Dinner Invitation

View upon the road from New-Windsor, towards, Morris Town, Jersey

Gouverneur Morris, 1789, Plan of American Finances

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, August 30, 1791

Gouverneur Morris to Pierre Henri Helene Marie Le Brun-Tondu, August 20, 1792

George Washington to Gouverneur Morris, January 28, 1792, in Thomas Jefferson's Hand

Gouverneur Morris to Thomas Jefferson, August 1, 1792, Extract

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, July 12, 1792

Gouverneur Morris to William Carmichael, July 3, 1792, Extract

Gouverneur Morris to Thomas Jefferson, August 17, 1792, Extract

George Washington to Gouverneur Morris, October 20, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, July 24, 1793, Dated List of Correspondence, May through July 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, April 20, 1793, Partial Transcription Available

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, May 24, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, June 13, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, March 15, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, March 15, 1793, also to Thomas Pinckney, David Humphreys, William Carmichael, and William Short

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, September 11, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, May 24, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, August 26, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Robert Morris, November 13, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, October 3, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, January 1794

Gouverneur Morris, 1795, Jay's Treaty

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, December 25, 1800

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, May 8, 1801

George Latimer to Robert Morris, March 2, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, June 6, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris, November 1, 1801

U.S. Reports: Knox v. Greenleaf, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 360 (1802)

U.S. Reports: Crawford v. Willing, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 286 (1803)

Thomas Jefferson to Richard Morris, August 29, 1803

Charles Morris to William Jones, July 15, 1813.

Charles Morris to Eleazar Wheelock Ripley, December 11, 1816

Joseph Nourse to Anthony Morris, September 15, 1820.

James Madison to Anthony Morris, August 31, 1826.

An unfinished house, in Chesnut Street Philadelphia. Built for the late Robert Morris Esqr. / designed & published by W. Birch enamel painter, 1800 ; republished by Desilver 1841.

Railroad map of Indiana, by Col. Thomas A. Morris, Civil Engineer,

Hillsborough & Cincinnati Rail-road map extending from Hillsborough, Highland Co. to the coal field at Jackson, Jackson Co. Ohio; as located in 1852 under the direction of Ellwood Morris, Chief Engr. N. F. Jones, Princ. Assist. Eng.

Map of Morris County, New Jersey : from original surveys /

Hillsborough & Cincinnati Railroad map extending from Jackson, Jackson Co. Ohio to Parkersburg, Va., as located in 1853 under the direction of Ellwood Morris, Chief Eng. N. E. Jones, S. Linton, Princ. Assist. Engrs.

Gen. H.W. Morris

Major Morris, C.B., Royal Artillery

[Edward Joy Morris, Representative from Pennsylvania, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Isaac N. Morris, Representative from Illinois, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Sir John B. Morris / C. C. Giers, 43 & 45 Union St., Nashville, Tenn.

W.H. Morris

Thos. Morris

Thos. Morris

W.H. Morris

Morris, Geo. P.

Hon. Wm. Morris Stewart of Nevada

Wm. H. Morris

Commander H.W. Morris, U.S.N.

W.H. Morris

Morris

Bishop Morris

Lt. Col. T. Morris, 4th U.S. Inf.

Lt. Comm. Geo. U. Morris

Fort Sumter, South Carolina at the time of its capture February 18th, 1865. Showing the effects of the bombardment from Morris Island

Morris

Lt. Comm. Geo. U. Morris

Thos. Morris

Commander H.W. Morris, U.S.N.

Commander H.W. Morris, U.S.N.

Lt. Comm. Geo. U. Morris

Gen. Henry Morris Naglee, U.S.A.

Robert McKnight and Edward J. Morris to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 20, 1861 (Recommend Thaddeus Stevens for cabinet)

Exterior view of the gorge of Fort Sumter on the 14th April 1861 after its evacuation by Maj. Robert Anderson 1st Arty. U.S.A. Commdg showing that portion towards Cummings' Point, Morris' [i.e. Morris] Island

Battery on Morris Island, gun that fired over 1200 shots into Fort Sumter

Plan of Genl Q. A. Gillmore's position on Morris Island, Charleston S.C.

Isaac N. Morris to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 13, 1861 (Support)

Firing on the "Star of the West" from the South Carolina battery on Morris Island, January 10, 1861

Steamboat dock, Morris Island, S.C.

Fort Putnam, previously Confederate Battery Gregg, Morris Island, S.C.

300 pdr. [i.e. pounder] Parrot Rifle, Fort Chatfield, Morris Isand

[Morris Island, South Carolina, stockade]

The steamship Star of the West, with reinforcements for Major Anderson, approaching Fort Sumter - The South Carolinians firing at her from the batteries on Morris Island and Fort Moultrie

Part of Charleston Harbor, embracing forts Moultrie, Sumter, Johnson, and Castle Pinckney, also Sullivan, James & Morris islands; and showing the position of the Star of the West, when fired into from Morris Island.

Fort Putnam, previously Confederate Battery Gregg, Morris Island, S.C.

Interior of Fort Wagner, Morris Island, South Carolina

The new batteries erected on Morris Island for the defence of Charleston Harbor and the reduction of Fort Sumpter / from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston, S.C.

Letter to William S. Morris from J. P. Benjamin, November 22, 1861.

George P. Morris to Nathaniel P. Willis, Monday, March 03, 1862 (Recommends appointment)

George S. Boutwell to Daniel Morris, Friday, December 05, 1862 (Charges against Myron Clark)

R. Morris Copeland to Randolph B. Marcy, Sunday, March 23, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

[Morris Island, South Carolina]

[Morris Island, South Carolina. Battery Weed. Five 10-inch siege mortars]

[Morris Island, South Carolina. 300-poinder Parrot Rifle after bursting of muzzle]

[Morris Island, South Carolina. Two men in front of tent]

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