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To his excellency William Burnet, esqr., this plan of Boston in New England is humbly dedicated by his excellencys most obedient and humble servant Will Burgiss /

Boston, March 30th, 1773. By direction of the Committee of correspondence for the town of Boston, I now transmit to you an attested copy of the proceedings of said town on the 8th instant, and am with due respect your most humble servant [Signed

An express just arrived from General Washington. Camp at Cambridge. Oct. 24, 1775. Sir. The inclosed information being of the highest importance, I thought it proper to transmit it to you with all dispatch. I am Sir Your obedient servant George

To the Hone. Jno. Hancock, Esqre. president of ye Continental Congress, this map of the seat of civil war in America, is respectfully inscribed by his most obedient humble servant, B. Romans.

To the right honble. Lord Rodney admiral of the White, vice admiral of Great Britain, Commander in Chief of his majesties fleet in the West Indies, this view of the glorious & signal victory obtain'd over the French fleet ... is most respectfuly offered by his lordships most obedt. & very humble servant Thomas Walker Lieut. 2d Battn. 60th light Infantry / Thos. Walker delin. ; Jno. Wells sculp.

Lately re-printed, and to be sold by Joseph Chukshank, on the North-Side of Market Street, between Second and third Streets, Philadelphia, an account of the life of that ancient servant of Jesus Christ, John Richardson, giving a r elation of man

(Circular.) In Council, 8th of January, 1798. Gentlemen, My official duty calls upon me to request your particular attention to the law relative to the appointment and duties of sheriffs ... Your most obedient servant. [Signed in Mss.] James Woo

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.

This representation of the battle on Lake Erie is respectfully inscribed to Commodore Perry, his officers and gallant crews, by their humble servant James Webster - second view / drawn by Sully and Kearney ; etched by C. Tiebout ; & engraved by G. Murray ; printed by Rogers and Esler.

The explosion of the United States Steam Frigate Missouri, at Gibralter [sic], Aug. 26th, 1843 To Captn. Sir George Sartorius and the Officers of the H.M.S. Malabar--this print is respectfully dedicated by their obedient servant, Edmund Fry / / drawn by E. Duncan, from a sketch made on the spot by Lieut. G.P. Mands, T.G. Dutton lith.; Day & Haghe lithrs. to the Queen.

To the Honourable House of Representatives of the Freemen of Pennsylvania this map of the city and liberties of Philadelphia with the catalogue of purchasers is humbly dedicated by their most obedient humble servant, John Reed.

Captain George, 4th Light Dragoons & servant

Colonel Lowe, [i.e., Low] 4th Light Dragoons & servant in winter dress

Captain Vam, friend & servant, 38th Regiment

[Officer of the 57th Regiment sitting with a sword across his lap at opening to his tent, another officer sitting outside the tent, and a servant stands with a horse in the background]

Captain Brown, 4th Light Dragoons & servant, winter dress

Pro-bono-publico ... Montgomery dining saloon ... Truly the public's servant, Lewis P. True, Proprietor. Boston, July 16, 1861. Wm. M. Kendall, Printer, 36 Washington Street.

Head quarters 1st Division, 1st A. C., November 5th, 1863. To the Gov. of Pennsylvania … very respectfully, your obedient servant, L. Cutler, Brigadier General.

[Bealeton, Virginia?]. John Henry, servant, at headquarters, 3d Army Corps, Army of the Potomac

[Washington, District of Columbia (vicinity)]. Maj. H.H. Humphreys two other officers and servant

Hon. Henry Wilson, U. S. Senate. Sir:- My attention has been called to your remarks with reference to Gen. John Pope, as published in the Globe of March 26, 1871 ... Your obedient servant Fitz John Porter. Morristown. N. J. April 1st, 1871.

[Man pointing gun at old man while woman presses servant bell]

A man servant with usual meal table

[Peddler with cart, fashionable woman, military man and servant with perambulator, and man with pipe]

Woman house servant, Chinatown, San Francisco

Woman house servant, Chinatown, San Francisco

Woman house servant, Chinatown, San Francisco

W. Hampden as "Manson" in "The Servant in the House", photo by Hallen, N.Y. / Hallen

[Servant conversing with seated woman in muff reading by fireplace]

A Korean nabob with his servant and diminuitive pony, Seoul, Korea

How to keep a servant girl - and keep her satisfied - in the country / Ehrhart.

Brought to land--a faithful servant

"It's funny, Mr. Peck, that the servant problem doesn't worry me"

O Lawd-- hyeh's another who meddles with thy servant and profanes thy day

A faithful servant, New Orleans

["Reveille," Elmer Mulford Crutchfield house, 4200 Cary Street, Richmond, Virginia. Servant's cottage]

President Hoover receives huge codfish from members of Chamber of Commerce of Boston. Members of the Boston, Mass. Chamber of Commerce, who are in Washington, on their way home from a cruise to the Pacific Coast, presented President Hoover with a huge cod when they called on him at the White House today. In the picture President Hoover and Senator David I. Walsh, of Massachusetts, can be seen inspecting the fish held by a White House servant

Faithful servant, New Orleans

Servant quarters, Summerville, South Carolina, in rear of home

Negro domestic servant. Atlanta, Georgia

Melrose, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. Son of mulatto servant on John Henry cotton plantation

Melrose, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. Son of mulatto servant on John Henry cotton plantation

Melrose, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. Mulatto who is servant and plantation worker on John Henry cotton plantation

Melrose, Natchitoches, Louisiana. Mulatto servant with two of his children in front of home originally built by mulattoes. John Henry cotton plantation

Melrose, Louisiana. The son of a mulatto servant on the John Henry Plantation

Melrose, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. Mulatto servant on John Henry cotton plantation

Visit to Beersheba Agricultural Station (Experimental) by Brig. Gen. Allen & staff & talks to Bedouin sheiks of district by station superintendent. Mohammed (Mr. Bell's servant), a camelman & 3 office messengers

Potomac Electric Power Co. substations. Substation no. 38 window display: Reddy Kilowatt, your electrical servant

Charlottesville, Virginia. Servant quarters of Monticello, home of Thomas Jefferson

J. Seward Johnson, residence in Oldwick, New Jersey. Farm servant's house

Mural "Messanger of sympathy & love, servant of parted friends, consoler of the lonely, bond of the scattered family, enlarger of the common life, by Eugene Francis Savage at the Ariel Rios Federal Building, Washington, D.C.

U.S. Naval Air Station, Servant's Quarters Q-4C, Q-4 North Avenue, Pensacola, Escambia County, FL

U.S. Naval Air Station, Servant's Quarters Q-4C, Q-4 North Avenue, Pensacola, Escambia County, FL

U.S. Naval Air Station, Servant's Quarters Q-4C, Q-4 North Avenue, Pensacola, Escambia County, FL

U.S. Naval Air Station, Servant's Quarters Q-4C, Q-4 North Avenue, Pensacola, Escambia County, FL

U.S. Naval Air Station, Servant's Quarters Q-4C, Q-4 North Avenue, Pensacola, Escambia County, FL

U.S. Naval Air Station, Servant's Quarters Q-4C, Q-4 North Avenue, Pensacola, Escambia County, FL

U.S. Naval Air Station, Servant's Quarters Q-4C, Q-4 North Avenue, Pensacola, Escambia County, FL

U.S. Naval Air Station, Servant's Quarters Q-4C, Q-4 North Avenue, Pensacola, Escambia County, FL

Phillis Wheatley, Negro servant to Mr. John Wheatley, of Boston

Phillis Wheatley, Negro servant to Mr. John Wheatley, of Boston

Phillis Wheatley, Negro servant to Mr. John Wheatley, of Boston

Phillis Wheatley, Negro servant to Mr. John Wheatley, of Boston

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a negro man... servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New

(Private and confidential. Sir. I should do myself manifest injustice, did I not explain the nature of the case that occurred on Saturday at the Bank of Pennsylvania ... Your obedient, humble servant Mathew Carey. February 24, 1817.

(Private and confidential. Sir. I should do myself manifest injustice, did I not explain the nature of the case that occurred on Saturday at the Bank of Pennsylvania ... Your obedient, humble servant Mathew Carey. February 24, 1817.

(Private and confidential. Sir. I should do myself manifest injustice, did I not explain the nature of the case that occurred on Saturday at the Bank of Pennsylvania ... Your obedient, humble servant Mathew Carey. February 24, 1817.

(Private and confidential. Sir. I should do myself manifest injustice, did I not explain the nature of the case that occurred on Saturday at the Bank of Pennsylvania ... Your obedient, humble servant Mathew Carey. February 24, 1817.

(Private and confidential. Sir. I should do myself manifest injustice, did I not explain the nature of the case that occurred on Saturday at the Bank of Pennsylvania ... Your obedient, humble servant Mathew Carey. February 24, 1817.

[Soldier on horseback with African American servant]

[Soldier on horseback with African American servant]

Henry Wright, private servant / Gayford & Speidel, photographers, Rock Island, Ills.

Henry Wright, private servant / Gayford & Speidel, photographers, Rock Island, Ills.

[Design drawing for stained glass memorial window showing kneeling young man, menorah, and Ten Commandments with text "Samuel, Samuel: Speak, Lord For Thy Servant Heareth"]

[Design drawing for stained glass memorial window showing kneeling young man, menorah, and Ten Commandments with text "Samuel, Samuel: Speak, Lord For Thy Servant Heareth"]

[Design drawing for stained glass memorial window showing kneeling young man, menorah, and Ten Commandments with text "Samuel, Samuel: Speak, Lord For Thy Servant Heareth"]

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