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Nom de MM les deputes de la ville de Paris, a l'Assemblée National

French National Assembly, August 3, 1790, Notes on Finance

... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the President of the United States be requested to cause to be communicated to the National Assembly of France the peculiar sensi

... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the President of the United States be requested to cause to be communicated to the National Assembly of France the peculiar sensi

France, February 19, 1793, Statement of the National Convention

National Characteristics

National platform of the Know somethings. Adopted at Cleveland, O., June 14, 1855.

Is the war a failure? ... Published by the National Union Executive Committee, Astor House, New York.

To the public. At a meeting of the share-holders of the Washington printing and bookselling company, the following gentlemen were appointed a board of directors ... This publication will be entitled The National magazine; or Cabinet of the Unite

Richard Dinmore, May 28, 1801, Circular on the Cabinet and National Magazine

Thomas Jefferson to National Institute, November 14, 1802, Science and Arts

Thomas Jefferson to National Institute, November 3, 1802, Science and Arts

Premiere séance de l'institut National ; le 15 Germinal, An 4eme de la République / Girardet inv. & del. ; Berthault sculp.

National contrasts or Bulky and Boney / etch'd by Roberts.

National contrasts / Woodward delt. ; W.S. scpt.

National Intelligencer, February 26, 1808, Article

National Intelligencer, March, 1812. Criticism, clip of an article from the Baltimore Federal Republican, extracted in the National Intelligencer.

Prospectus of The National Journal, a semi-weekly newspaper, to be published in the City of Washington .... Washington, Davis & Force August 1823.

Ennion William's reply to John Rowlett's "Caution to Banks," &c. published in the Democratic Press, dated the 14th and 24th inst. in the National Gazette of the 25th, and in the Philadelphia Gazette of the 25th ... Ennion Williams. 11 mo 28, 182

New York National Advocate, August 30, 1827

To the editor of the National Journal. Sir: In your journal of the 7th February, you say "Mr. Whipple asked if it was to be allowed that the private character of members was to be referred to on this floor." ... Thos. Whipple. Thursday February

The national journal, published at Washington, the metropolis of the United States by Peter Force. The interval from the commencement of the National Journal to the present time, has afforded to the public full opportunity for estimating its pre

National melodies

National Calendar; containing a list of all the officers and agents, civil, military, and naval, of the United States; with the duties, compensation, and place of employment of each officer; to which is added a variety of statistical, and other

Toasts for the National Republican Clay celebration of the Fourth of July, 1831 at the City of Washington.

National Republican Young men's meeting. The National Republican young men of the City of Washington, are requested to meet at the City Hall, (Aldermen's room) on Saturday evening next, the 24th inst ... March 22, 1832.

The State convention of National Republicans of Vermont, which met at this place on the 11th day of July inst. feeling the necessity of a united and vigorous effort, and an efficient organization of the party, to secure success at the approachin

To the public. The undersigned, persons who have been employed for a considerable time past upon the National Jounral, deem it expedient to offer to the public, a statement of facts in relation to the treatment they have received at the hands of

The National calendar, and annals of the United States; for MDCCCXXXIV Vol. XII. Containing the names of all the officers and agents of the United States civil, military, and naval (except postmasters,) with their places of employment, compensat

Old Nick's new patent plan to make Nova Scotia Tories, Federals coodies, Hartford conventioners, Nullifiers, National Republican bankites & c

Public meeting. The citizens of New-Haven, who disapprove of the removal of the public deposites from the Bank of the United States, and who believe a National Bank essential to a sound currency, are requested to meet at the City Hall, on Thursd

The National barber

[Blank certificate for donors to the Washington National Monument Society, Washington, D.C.] / Lith. by E. Weber & Co., Baltimore.

National temperance ode. Air- America

Franklin in the National Convention / Lossing-Barritt.

National democratic republican nomination

The National Whig Song, by William Hayden

New Hampshire delegation. Young Men's National Convention

National Galaxy, Boston, Mass.

National Galaxy, Massachusetts

Baltimore National Convention of Ratification. Clay and the tariff

This sarcophagus was the repository of the remains of the Roman Emperor, Alexander Severus, procured at Beyroot, in Syria, by Commodore Jesse D. Elliott, who brought it to the United States in the year 1839 ... and presented it to the National I

The honor of company is solicited at the National 8th of January ball, to be given at Carusio's saloon. Washington City. D. C., on Thursday, 8th January, 1846. Managers ... [Washington, 1846].

Telegraphig, Exclusively for the National Whig. National Whig-----Extra. General Scott in Mexico. Battle eight miles from City. Enemy soon gave say. Stiuplations for surrender. Loss three hundred. Scott's entrance into the City without oppositio

Bulletin. By Telegraph from Richmond to "Union." Washington. 18th from Vera Cruz. Scott still at Puebla. Battle between Pierce and Mexicans at National Bridge -- 1,400 Mexicans, 2,500 Americans -- Mexicans defeated. Two commissioners appointed t

Monterey, A National Song - Respectfully dedicated to Genl. Zachary Taylor

To all who shall see these presents, greeting Know ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the integrity, diligence, and discretion of the Board of Managers and General agent of the Washington National Monument society, do authorize an

National Galaxy

Description of the design of the Washington National Monument, to be erected at the seat of the General Government of the United States of America, in honor of "the Father of his Country," and the worthy compatriots of the Revolution. Washington

Philadelphia, July 15th, 1850. Sir: The undersigned, a committee appointed by the National Convention of the Friends of Education, held in this city in October last, to make arrangements for a similar meeting to be held in this city in the last

[Certificate of membership for the Washington National Monument Society] / Lith. by E. Weber & Co.

Gen. Scott denounced! The anniversary of the "Battle of Chippewa" has been celebrated to-day by the publication, in the National Intelligencer, of the following bulletin against the Patriot who has fought for the Union, the Constitution, the law

Phelps's National map of the United States.

The great American steamer, General Washington, the largest boat in the world to be built and run on the new National Line, between New York and Albany / drawn on stone by C. Parsons ; invented, designed, and drawn by Darius Davison, New York.

The Washington National Monument / [drawn by] H. Warren ; [engraved by] J. C. Armytage.

To the members of the National Kansas Committee. [1856].

National political map of the United States.

Kansas affairs. To the friends of free Kansas. National Kansas Committee Chicago, Dec. 1, 1856.

The ladies managers of the Twenty-third National Anti-slavery Bazaar have the satisfaction of announcing its opening at Hall, No. 15 Winter Street, December 23d, at 10 o'clock A. M. ... [Boston, 1856].

Sixth National Exhibition. Programme for Wednesday, October 27, [Richmond, 1858].

[General John Buford of General Staff U.S. Volunteers Infantry Regiment in uniform] / From photographic negative in Brady's National Portrait Gallery.

Maj. Gen. G.A. Custer / From photographic negative in Brady's National Portrait Gallery.

For the twenty-fifth National anti-slavery subscription anniversary, at the Music Hall, Boston, Wednesday evening, January 26, 1859 ... Boston. Prentiss, Sawyer, & Co., Printers 19 Water St. [1859].

Washington National Monument proposed height in dotted lines, 485 ft. Completed, shown by dark lines, 174 ft. Stone terrace, 25 ft. high, diameter 200 ft.

Washington National Monument / drawn by Fred D. Stuart.

Cleveland National Democrat?, Tuesday, December 11, 1860 (Clipping of forged letter from Lincoln to Thomas Ewing)

National Regatta, November 1860 (Illustration)

Lincoln & Johnson. National Union ticket. [Massachusetts campaign ticket]

[View of Washington looking down Pennsylvania Ave. toward unfinished Capitol. National Hotel on left, no. 1]

Haldeman, Hon., Richard J., of PA. Delegate to Democratic National Convention at Charleston, S.C. and Baltimore, 1860

National republican platform. Adopted by the National Republican Convention, held in Chicago, May 17, 1860.

Brig. Gen. Martindale / From photographic negative in Brady's National Portrait Gallery.

[Unidentified man standing with hand on book] / From photographic negative from Brady's National Portrait Gallery.

Munich. National Museum

Geneva. National monument

Republican National Convention, May 1860 (Lincoln's name proposed at convention)

[South Carolina - Charleston - Democratic National Convention 1860. 4 scenes: St. Andrews Hal, exterior; Hibernian Hall, exterior; Yates Hall, interior, sleeping hall full of cots; Committee room of the Massachusetts delegation]

National Democratic ticket. For President, John C. Breckinridge of Kentucky. [Ohio Campaign ticket]

Maj. Genl. Joe Hooker / From photographic negative in Brady's National Portrait Gallery.

National political chart & map of the United States.

Memorial. To the Honorable the Senate and House of representatives of the State of [blank] Your memorialists, members of the National Lincoln Monument Association would most respectfully solicit your attention to the accompanying articles of ass

5,000 U. S. volunteers wanted to assist in carrying off part of these goods. The National Union store, just opened this day, at 512 Seventh street. Immense sacrifice! $5000 worth of fine gold & plated jewelry ... Washington, D. C. H. Polk

[LaFayette Curry Baker, 1826-1868, Brig. Gen. and Chief, National Police, head and shoulders, facing left]

[Civil War envelope showing bust of Columbia encircled with laurel branches bearing message "Dedicated to the gallant defenders of our National Union"]

[Colonel Elmer Ellsworth of Field and Staff, 11th New York Infantry Regiment] / From photographic negative in Brady's National Portrait Gallery.

[Lieutenant Francis Brownell of Co. A, 11th New York Infantry Regiment] / From photographic negative in Brady's National Portrait Gallery.

Stoneman / Brady, New York ; Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries, Broadway & Tenth Street, New York & No. 352 Pennsylvania Av., Washington, D.C.

Battle between the Mexicans and the allied invaders, at the National Bridge, near Vera Cruz [Mostly French, with a few Spanish and British]

Evacuation of Corinth, Mississippi, lately held by the rebel General Beauregard - Burning of stations, warehouses and supplies - Entry of National troops / from a sketch by our special artist, Henri Lovie.

National ordnance - the parrott gun, 80-pounder - side and rear view

The Rebel forces under General Jackson advancing upon the Rappahannock Station at the river - National batteries replying to the Rebel artillery, August 23, being the commencement of the battles between Gens. Pope and Lee and Jackson, ending at Bull Run, August 30 / sketch by -- Edwin Forbes.

Barbara Frietchie / photographed by Brady & Co., 352 Penna. Ave., Washington, for the Great National Fair.

Campaign in Virginia - a street in Harper's Ferry during the passage of the Potomac by the National troops from Maryland, Oct. 24, 1862

To all voters who love their country better than party ... By order of the City Executive committee of the National Union Party. Philadelphia 1862.

The National steamer Oriental, on shore on the sandpit near Nag's Head, N.C. / From a sketch by our special artist, Mr. J.H. Schell.

Who shall be vice-president? Shall he be a loyal or a disloyal man? ... Andrew Johnson. New York. Published by the National union executive committee, Astor House. [1863].

Oration of Abraham Lincoln at the dedication of the Gettysburg National Military Cemetery, November 19, 1863

Philadelphia National Union Party to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 25, 1863 (Printed Memorial)

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

Oration of Abraham Lincoln at the dedication of the Gettysburg National Military Cemetery.

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