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Nova et accuratissima urbis St. Petersburg à Russorum Imperatore Petro Alexiewiz ao. 1703 ad ostium Nevæ Fl. conditæ et regionis circumjacentis delineatio /

The Russian discoveries from the map published by the Imperial Academy of St. Petersburg.

U.S. Reports: Thompson v. Musser, 1 U.S. (1 Dall.) 458 (1789)

[Passage, in Russian, from A Journey from St. Petersburg to Moscow (1790), in which A.N. Radischev cites excerpts from the Pennsylvania Constitution of 1776 which guarantee freedom of the press]

Panoramic view of St. Petersburg, dedicated by permission to his Imperial Majesty Alexander 1st. by his much obliged humble servant J.A. Atkinson / drawn on the spot by J.A. Atkinson, from the observatory of the Academy of Sciences.

[Fig. 1 Grand promenade in Elysian Fields, Paris; fig. 2 Festival (religious) at St. Petersburg; fig. 3 Public meeting in England]

To southern travellers! Spring & summer arrangement of the great southern mail line!! Direct to New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, via Washington City, Fredericksburg, Richmond, Petersburg to Weldon, Raleigh, Wilmington. N.C. Charleston, S. C

Map showing route of Norfolk & Petersburg Rail Road and its connections with Ohio & Mississippi Rivers, William Mahone, Chief Engineer, F. Bourquin & Co., Philada.

Hdq. Petersburg, Va. 1864-5

Sketch of the Confederate and Federal lines around Petersburg /

Parkes Station, U.S.M.R.R., Petersburg Va.

Patricks Station. Terminus U.S.M.R.R. Petersburg

Cedar Level U.S.M.R.R., Nr Petersburg

Church of Petersburg, Va, built by 50th N.Y. engineers

Battles of the Crater and of June 22nd.

Blandford Church built 1729, Petersburg, Va

Church of Petersburg, Va, built by 50th N.Y. engineers

The great 10,000 mile wall China

Fortifications on the Petersburg lines

Camp of 13th New York Artillery in front of Petersburg, Va.

Fort Mahone (Confederate)

Crow's Nest battery and lookout in front of Petersburg, Va.

Petersburg, Virginia (?)

Petersburg, Virginia

[Petersburg, Virginia. Group of Federal generals: Winfield Scott Hancock (seated), with division commanders, Francis Channing Barlow, (left), David Bell Birney, and John Gibbon]

City Point R.R. Depot, looking toward Petersburg

Riflemens Grand March...Petersburg [Va.] Riflemen

Fortifications on the Petersburg lines

[A group of soldiers stand on gabions used as fortifications near Petersburg, Virginia]

Headquarters 6th Army Corps. Warren Station, in front of Petersburg, Va.

Headquarters 6th Army Corps. Warren Station, in front of Petersburg, Va.

View from the breastworks of Fort Sedgwick, called by the rebel soldiers "Fort Hell"

The lone graves at Warren Station in front of Petersburg, Va.

Chevaux de frise in front of Confederate fortifications, Petersburg, Va.

Company "B", 170th N.Y. Infantry in front of Petersburg, Va.

[Man seated on gabions in engineer camp in front of Petersburg, Virginia]

Federal picket line in front of Fort Steadman

Confederate fortifications at Warren Station

[Fort Sedgwick near Petersburg]

Interior of Fort Sedgewick (i.e. Sedgwick) in front of Petersburg, Va.

Rifle pits on the picket line in front of Petersburg, Va.

[Variety of barricades in use near Petersburg, Virginia]

Gabions in Engineer Camp in front of Petersburg, Va.

[Headquarters, 6th Army Corps, Warren Station, in front of Petersburg, Va.]

Fortifications on the Petersburg lines

Camp in front of Petersburg, Va.

Johnson's mill, Appomattox River, near Petersburg, Va.

Quarters of Chief Ambulance Officer, 9th Corps in front of Petersburg, Va.

Fort Mahone (Confederate) in front of Petersburg, Va.

Ruins of Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Bridge, James River, Richmond, Va.

Church in camp of 50th New York Engineers in front of Petersburg, Va.

R.R. turntable, Petersburg, VA.

[Western Virginia from Petersburg to Warm Springs, showing the movement of the Union army, 1862] /

[Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity)]. Fortifications

Petersburg, Virginia. "Cock fighting" at Gen. Orlando B. Willcox's headquarters

Petersburg, Virginia. Female Seminary

Petersburg, Virginia. Railroad battery.

[Map of eastern portion of Virginia : Fortress Monroe, Norfolk, Yorktown, Petersburg, Richmond &c.] /

[Petersburg, Virginia]. Soldier seated at table

[Petersburg, Virginia]. Officer seated

[Petersburg, Virginia]. Officer seated

Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity). Field and staff officer's quarters. Camp of 50th New York Engineers

[Petersburg, Virginia]. Group at Telegraphic Corps quarters. Headquarters, Army of the Potomac

Part of the map of the military department of S.E. Virginia and Fort Monroe showing the approaches to Richmond and Petersburg

[Petersburg, Virginia?]. Officer and men of Company E, 1st New York Engineers

Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity). Church and camp of the 50th New York Engineers

[Petersburg, Virginia]. Photographers resting in camp

Part of the map of the military department of S.E. Virginia and Fort Monroe, showing the approaches to Richmond and Petersburg

Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity). Col. Ira Spaulding's quarters. Camp of the 50th New York Engineers

Union veterans of trench and field before Petersburg Dec. 1864

Stone wall at foot of Marye's Heights, Fredericksburg, Va. at the front carried by 6th Maine Infantry, May 3, 1863. Photographed twenty minutes after storming party had [...] up the hill

Sanitary Commission at convalescent camp near Alexandria, Va., May 1863 (i.e. Petersburg, 1864?)

Greensville Co. east of the Halifax road and that portion of No. Ca. included between the Petersburg and S.& R. Rl. Rds.

Photographers and wagon

Winter quarters headquarters Meades Station nr. Petersburg--1864

Hare house, Petersburg

Co. "B", U.S. Engineers, in front of Petersburg, Aug. 1864

Petersburg, Virginia. Capt. John S. Crawford, 114th Pennsylvania Infantry

Bomb-proof rifle pit in front of Petersburg

Petersburg, Virginia. Officers of 114th Pennsylvania Infantry

[Wall map showing fortifications at the time of the Battle of the Crater, Petersburg, Virginia, July 30, 1864].

Plan of enemy's battery no. 5 in front of Petersburg before the advance of U.S. Forces, June 1864 /

Hospital Stewards of 2d Division, 9th Army Corps. in front of Petersubrg, Va., November, 1864

Outer line of Confederate fortifications, in front of Petersburg, Va., captured by 18th Army Corps, June 15, 1864

Petersburg, Virginia. Officers of 114th Pennsylvania Infantry

Map of the vicinity of Petersburg : made under the direction of A.H. Campbell, Captain, P.E., C.S.A., in charge Topl. dept., D.N.V

Petersburg /

Outer line of Confederate fortifications, in front of Petersburg, Va., captured by 18th Army Corps, June 15, 1864

[Field and staff of 39th U.S. Colored infantry, in front of Petersburg, Va.]

[Cowan's independent battery, 1st N.Y., inside one of the rebel forts in front of Petersburg, 24th June 1864]

Petersburg, Virginia. Group of men of Company A, U.S. Engineer Battalion

Railroad mortar at Petersburg, Va., July 25, 1864

Petersburg, Virginia. Camp of companies, C & D, 1st Massachusetts Cavalry

Petersburg, Virginia. Officers of 114th Pennsylvania Infantry

Petersburg, Virginia. Group of officers at headquarters, Army of the Potomac

Richmond, Petersburg, and vicinity Genl. Grant's campaign war map /

[Bombproof huts in the front line before Petersburg, August 10, 1864]

Map of the vicinity of Petersburg /

Camps of companies C & D. 1st Mass. Cavalry, in front of Petersburg, Va. Aug. 1864

Petersburg, Virginia. Company F, 114th Pennsylvania Infantry Capt. J.R. Waterhouse on left. Lt. A.N. Gevin on right