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Philadelphia Convention, August 23, 1787. Pinckney Motion, Note of James Madison Beginning on July 17.

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Pinckney, September 21, 1789

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, November 6, 1791

The Chesapeak ticket. First distridt. Philip Key. Second district. Joshua Seney, Third district William Pinckney. Fourth district Samuel Sterett. Fifth district, William V. Murray. Sixth district. Upton Sheredine. [1791?]

Thomas Pinckney to Thomas Jefferson, November 20, 1792

Thomas Pinckney to Thomas Jefferson, December 12, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Coteswort Pinckney, December 2, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, October 22, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Pinckney, April 1, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, November 8, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, July 3, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, June 8, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, July 12, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Pinckney, January 12, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, November 13, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, May 16, 1792

Walter Stewart to Thomas Pinckney, April 11, 1793, Bank Drafts

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, June 26, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, March 20, 1793

Thomas Pinckney to Thomas Jefferson, November 27, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, August 22, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, August 26, 1793

Thomas Pinckney to Thomas Jefferson, June 20, 1793, Extract

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, June 26, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, September 14, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, September 12, 1793

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

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, September 1, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, June 4, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, January 1794

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, September 8, 1795

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Pinckney, March 5, 1795

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Pinckney, November 4, 1800, Partly Illegible

Charles Pinckney to Thomas Jefferson, February 20, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Pinckney, March 6, 1801

Charles Pinckney to Thomas Jefferson, 1801, Fragment

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Pinckney, March 17, 1801

Charles Pinckney, May 20, 1802. Accounts, Spanish Mission.

Duke Alcudia to Charles Pinckney, June 22, 1804, in Spanish

[Identified as Captain Charles Pinckney, head-and-shoulders portrait, left profile]

Joseph Alston to Charles Pinckney, February 6, 1807, Printed Supplement to Georgetown Gazette, Dated February 11

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Pinckney, January 20, 1807

Joseph Alston to Charles Pinckney, February 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Pinckney, November 8, 1808

John Armstrong to Thomas Pinckney, March 20, 1814

Thomas Pinckney to John Armstrong, July 30, 1814

Castle Pinkney [i.e. Pinckney], Charleston, S.C., August 1861, Federal prisoners captured at battle of Bull Run. Casemate no. 2

Castle Pinckney

Castle Pinkney [i.e. Pinckney], Charleston, S.C., August 1861, Federal prisoners captured at battle of Bull Run, Casemate no. 1

Castle Pinkney [i.e. Pinckney], Charleston, S.C. August, 1861, interior view

[Fort Sumter and Castle Pinckney, Charleston Harbor, South Carolina]

Federal prisoners captured at battle of Bull Run, Castle Pinkney [i.e. Pinckney], Charleston, S.C., August 1861

Castle Pinkney [i.e. Pinckney], Charleston, S.C. Garrison of South Carolina troops, August 1861

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.

Castle Pinkney [i.e. Pinckney], Charleston, S.C., August, 1861, barracks

Federal prisoners captured at battle of Bull Run, Castle Pinkney [i.e. Pinckney], Charleston, S.C., August 1861

[Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, 1746-1825, full-length portrait, standing, facing right]

C. C. Pinckney to Benjamin Field, Tuesday, February 23, 1864 (Recommendation for Abram Wakeman)

Interior view of Castle Pinckney, Charleston Harbor, S.C. City in the distance

Pinckney's map of Lee County, Illinois /

[Quentin Roosevelt as a child in front of a flower garden and Roswell Newcomb Pinckney smelling a flower at the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Quentin Roosevelt and Roswell Newcomb Pinckney as children]

[Pinckney St., Madison, Wisconsin]

[Quentin Roosevelt and Roswell Newcomb Pinckney seated on steps]

Mr. and Mrs. Sommerville Pinckney Tuck, leaving St. Thomas' Church, Wash., following wedding ceremony, Oct. 25. Mrs. Tuck, nee Beatrice Beck, daughter of the Solicitor Gen. and Mrs. Jas. M. Beck

Informal grp. on steps of Vanderbilt mansion at Biltmore, N.C. before wedding. Seated l to r: Miss Caroline Story, Mr. Leander McCormic- Goodhart, Attache of British Embassy, Miss Helen Moran, Mr. G.H. Thompson, 2nd Secy. of British Embassy, and Mr. S. Pinckney [...] of the State Dept. Standing left: Mr. J. Nicholas Brown, Head Usher

[Grave of The Honorable J. Pinckney Henderson]

"Woodburn," built shortly after the Revolution by Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, one of the framers of the Constitution. It has eighteen rooms and will be restored by the Resettlement Administration, Clemson College conservation project

Pinckney Chambers House, Elmwood, Iredell County, North Carolina

Pinckney Chambers House, Elmwood, Iredell County, North Carolina

Pinckney Chambers House, Elmwood, Iredell County, North Carolina

[East corridor, Great Hall. Ceiling mosaic representing Medicine and naming Americans distinguished in medicine: Cross, Wood, McDowell, Rush, and Warren, with Americans distinguished in law named at left: Shaw, Taney, Marshall, Story, Gibson, and Pinckney. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[East corridor, Great Hall. Ceiling mosaic representing Law and naming Americans distinguished in law: Shaw, Taney, Marshall, Story, Gibson, Pinckney, Kent, Hamilton, Webster, Curtis. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

Magnolia Cemetery, Thomas Pinckney Monument, 70 Cunnington Avenue, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Pinckney and Caleb Strong, , Notes

George Washington Papers, Series 7, Applications for Office, 1789-1796: Pinckney

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Thomas Pinckney, September 1795, "Report of the letters which have been written to Maj. Pinckney since his Mission to G. B." (Great Britain)

George Washington Papers, Series 7, Applications for Office, 1789-1796: Pinckney

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Thomas Pinckney, September 1795, "Report of the letters which have been written to Maj. Pinckney since his Mission to G. B." (Great Britain)

George Washington Papers, Series 7, Applications for Office, 1789-1796: Pinckney

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Thomas Pinckney, September 1795, "Report of the letters which have been written to Maj. Pinckney since his Mission to G. B." (Great Britain)

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Thomas Pinckney, September 1795, "Report of the letters which have been written to Maj. Pinckney since his Mission to G. B." (Great Britain)

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Thomas Pinckney, September 1795, "Report of the letters which have been written to Maj. Pinckney since his Mission to G. B." (Great Britain)

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Thomas Pinckney, September 1795, "Report of the letters which have been written to Maj. Pinckney since his Mission to G. B." (Great Britain)

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Thomas Pinckney, September 1795, "Report of the letters which have been written to Maj. Pinckney since his Mission to G. B." (Great Britain)

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Thomas Pinckney, September 1795, "Report of the letters which have been written to Maj. Pinckney since his Mission to G. B." (Great Britain)

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Thomas Pinckney, September 1795, "Report of the letters which have been written to Maj. Pinckney since his Mission to G. B." (Great Britain)

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Thomas Pinckney, September 1795, "Report of the letters which have been written to Maj. Pinckney since his Mission to G. B." (Great Britain)

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Thomas Pinckney, September 1795, "Report of the letters which have been written to Maj. Pinckney since his Mission to G. B." (Great Britain)

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Thomas Pinckney, September 1795, "Report of the letters which have been written to Maj. Pinckney since his Mission to G. B." (Great Britain)

Thomas Pinckney to Thomas Jefferson, November 9, 1791, with Copy

Thomas Pinckney to Thomas Jefferson, November 9, 1791, with Copy

Thomas Pinckney to Thomas Jefferson, November 9, 1791, with Copy

Andrew Jackson to Thomas Pinckney, May 18, 1814

Andrew Jackson to Thomas Pinckney, May 18, 1814

Andrew Jackson to Thomas Pinckney, May 18, 1814

Andrew Jackson to Thomas Pinckney, May 18, 1814

Charles Pinckney to James Madison, March 2, 1803.

Charles Pinckney to James Madison, March 2, 1803.

Charles Pinckney to Thomas Jefferson, June 4, 1805

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