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[Notice, dated 4 July 1776, from a congressional committee to militiamen in Lancaster, Pa., accompanied by a letter of recommendation from the Philadelpphia Committee of Safety, concerning the defense of N.J. and Pennsylvania]

Map of the environs of Camden, N.J.

N.J. Conté. Obrist der Infanterie, Mitglied des Aegyptischen Instituts, geb. zu St. Cnery im Orne Departement den 4ten Aug. 1755, gest. den 6ten Decbr., 1805 zu Paris / A. Burch[...].

[General-content map of several townships in the southern part of Burlington County, N.J.]

A view of Park-row at Trenton, N.J.

Washington's reception by the ladies, on passing the bridge at Trenton, N.J. April,--1789: on his way to New York to be inaugurated first President of the United States

Washington's reception by the ladies, at Trenton, N.J. April 1789

Washington's reception by the ladies, on passing the bridge at Trenton, N.J. April, 1789: on his way to New York to be inaugurated first President of the United States

Passaic Falls. Paterson, N.J.

Map of the borough of Woodbury, N.J. /

Hon. W.G. Steele of N.J.

Hon. John R. Thomson of N.J.

Hon. Theodore Frelinghuysen of N.J.

Hon. J.T. Nixon of N.J.

Hon. Theodore Frelinghuysen of N.J.

Hon. Theodore Frelinghuysen of N.J.

Hon. John R. Thomson of N.J.

Hon. John T. Nixon of N.J.

Hon. John Leake Newbold Stratton of N.J.

Hon. Andrew Jackson Rogers of N.J.

Shad fishing Taking up the net above Chester, N.J.

Hon. John Conover Ten Eyck of N.J.

M.N. Wisewall 28th N.J.

E.A. Carman, Col. 13th N.J.

N.J. Jackson

Col. Percy Wyndham, 1st N.J. Cavalry

Hon. Frederick Theodore Frelinghuysen of N.J.

View of Nassau Hall, Princeton, N.J.

Col. J.H. Simpson, 4th N.J. Inf.

Col. J.H. Simpson, 4th N.J. Inf.

Maj. J.D. McIntosh, 7th N.J. Inf.

J.D. McIntosh, 7th N.J.

Gen. N.J. Jackson

Hon. Samuel Carr Forker of N.J.

Hon. Charles Sitgreaves of N.J.

N.J. Jackson

Col. H. Janeway, 1st N.J. Cav.

Col. Francis Price, 7th N.J. Inf.

Lt. Col. H.O. Ryerson, 10th N.J. Inf.

Lt. Col. S.L. Buck, 2nd N.J. Inf.

Lt. Col. H.O. Ryerson, 10th N.J. Inf.

Hon. John Rhoderic McPherson of N.J.

Hon. John Hill of N.J.[?]

Col. H. Janeway, 1st N.J. Cav.

Gen. N.J. Jackson

Lt. Col. S.L. Buck, 2nd N.J. Inf.

Col. J.H. Simpson, 4th N.J. Inf.

Col. Francis Price, 7th N.J. Inf.

Col. S.H. Starr, 5th N.J. Inf.

Maj. Charles Ewing, 4th N.J.

Col. Percy Wyndham, 1st N.J. Cavalry

Percy Wyndham, 1st N.J. Cav

Col. Percy Wyndham, 1st N.J. Cavalry

Col. A. J. Morrison 3rd N.J. Cav.

M.N. Wisewall 28th N.J.

Halstead, Hon. Wm. M.C. N.J. Raised the 1st Regt. of Vol. Cavalry of N.J. and served as Colonel until Feb. 18, 1862

Hon. George Armstrong Halsey of N.J.

Col. A.P. Perthond, 31st N.J. Inf.

Col. Francis Price, 7th N.J. Inf.

Lt. Col. H.O. Ryerson, 10th N.J. Inf.

Col. A. Derrom, 25th N.J. Inf.

Lt. Col. C. Ewing, 4th N.J. Inf.

Percy Wyndham, 1st N.J. Cav

Col. H. Janeway, 1st N.J. Cav.

E.A. Carman, Col. 13th N.J.

Col. M.H. Beaumont, 1st N.J. Cavalry

E.A. Carman, Col. 13th N.J.

Percy Wyndham, 1st N.J. Cav

M.N. Wisewall 28th N.J.

J.D. McIntosh, 7th N.J.

Maj. S. Von Forstner, 3rd N.J. Cavalry

Quarterly statement of banks for October 1861. Abstract from the quarterly statements of the several banks of the state of New Jersey filed in the office of the Secretary of State, in pursuance of an act approved March 14, 1860. Trenton. N.J. J.

Col. G. Van Houton, 21st N.J. Inf'y

[Unidentified officer in Union uniform with sword] / A. Judson & Co., 238 Broad St., Newark, N.J.

Wm. H. Lambert, Capt. 33rd N.J. Inf., U.S.A.

Wm. H. Lambert, Capt. 33rd N.J. Inf., U.S.A.

Wm. H. Lambert, Capt. 33rd N.J. Inf., U.S.A.

Birds eye view of Egg Harbor City, N.J.

Clark, Hon. Alvah A. of N.J.

Hardenburgh, Hon. G.A. of N.J.

Bredham, Hon. G.A. of N.J.?

Ross, Hon. Miles of N.J.

Randolph, Hon. Theodore Fitz of N.J.

Clark, Hon., Amos Jr. of N.J.

Randolph, Hon. Theodore Fitz of N.J.

Phelps, Hon. Wm Walter of N.J. Rep

McPherson, Hon. John of N.J.

Frelinghuysen, Hon. Frederick Theodore of N.J. Member of the peace convention of 1861 held in Wash. D.C. Sec of State in Pres. Arthur's cabinet

Wright, Hon. Rep. Edwin R.V. of N.J.

Cattell, Senator Alexander G. of N.J.

Thos. Baldwin Peddie M.of C. of N.J. B.-Edinburgh, Scotland 1808. D-Newark, 1889 emigrated to America in 1833 - located in N.J. served 2 terms in state legislature. twice elected Mayor of Newark. M.C. 1877-1879

Starr, Hon. (John Farson) Rep of N.J.

Evans, Hon. Senator of N.J.?

McPherson, Hon. John R. of N.J.

Scovel, James M. (of Camden, N.J., Guteau's Lawyer)

Samuel C. Chester of Haddonfield, N.J. Partner of Handy at Cape May & Wash. D.C. Early days

Voorhis, Hon. Chas. H. Of N.J.

The Murder of Powell / C.S.R .

Harry Bassett and Longfellow at Saratoga, N.Y., July 16th 1872 [and] at Long Branch, N.J., July 2nd 1872.

The celebrated trotting Stallion Jay Gould, the property of H.N. Smith, Esq: Fashion Stud Farm, Trenton, N.J.

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