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A rake's progress

On Wednesday the fifth of July, 1769, the Right Honourable Samuel Turner ...

A genuine letter from a well-known patriot at St. James's, to his friend in Boston ...

A genuine letter from a well-known patriot at St. James’s to his friend in Boston, relative to the present distracted state of American affairs. Dated London, November 28, 1774. [Boston? 1775].

Amusement for John Bull & his cousin Paddy, or, the gambols of the American buffalo, in St. James's Street

The encampment in St. James's Park MDCCLXXX

Loyal souls; or A peep into the mess-room, at St. James's / Js Gy, d. & fect.

Hero's recruiting at Kelsey's; - or- Guard-Day at St. James's / Js. Gy. ad vivam fect.

[Nut-shop, St. James Place]

St. James's volunteers firing at a target at Kilburn Wells

Cobbett at court; or, St. James's in a bustle (extracted from No. III of "The Censor.") G. Cruikshank, del

Very slippy-weather / etch'd by Js. Gillray.

Coronation procession of his majesty George the Fourth, 19th July, 1821 / drawn & etched by W. Heath.

Second series: Sketches by Boz ; Seven dials

Tomb of St. James, Valley of Jehosaphat/Jerusalem April 1839

Major Burton & officers of the 5th Dragoon Guards

Lieutenant General Sir Harry Jones & Staff

Group of officers of the 17th Regiment

[Design drawing for stained glass Chapel window series with St. James, St. Peter; St. Andrew, and St. John for St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Richmond, Virginia]

[Design drawing for stained glass window with St. James Major]

Design drawing for stained glass memorial window with The Resurrection for St. James Protestant Episcopal Church in Louisa, Virginia

[Design drawing for stained glass window with St. Thomas, St. John, and St. James Major]

Design drawing for stained glass window with St. James Major

Design drawing for stained glass Chapel window series with St. James, St. Peter; St. Andrew, and St. John for St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Richmond, Virginia

[Design drawing for stained glass memorial window with The Resurrection for St. James Protestant Episcopal Church in Louisa, Virginia]

[Tombs of St. James and Zachariah in the Valley of Kedron] / P. Bergheim.

The marriage of Princess Mary of Cambridge and Prince Tek. 1866

The marriage of Princess Mary of Cambridge and Prince Teck. 1866

Les adieux

The marriage of Queen Victoria, in the Chapel Royal, St. James Palace

[Composite of eight buildings in Washington, D.C.--St. James Hotel, the Ebbitt House, Riggs House, Metropolitan Hotel, National Hotel, The Arlington, Willard's Hotel, and the Baltimore & Potomac R.R. Depot]

St. James Church, N.W. cor. 22d Walnuts Sts., 1882

Dr. Bowen, St. James on Gulf, Charlotte Harbor, Florida, Irving W. Bonbright

Tarpon caught by Mrs. Charles E. Allen of Glasgow, Scotland, at St. James City, Florida

Group taken on porch of San Carlos Hotel, St. James

Road making machine - at work on roads of St. James on Gulf, Florida

"Alice Howard", St. James, Florida

[St. James' tower, Paris, France]

Cathedral of St. James, Montreal, Quebec

Vue de la Rhummerie T.V. de St-James

St. James Street, Montreal

[Cathedral of St. James, Montreal, Quebec]

Changing guard at St. James' Palace

[St. James Park, Jacksonville, Fla.]

[St. James Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.]

St. James Park, Jacksonville, Fla.

[St. James Park, Jacksonville, Fla.]

St. James Park, Jacksonville, Fla.

St. James Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.

Chapel of St. James, Jerusalem

Chapel of St. James, Jerusalem

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Absalom's Pillar and Tombs of St. James and Zachariah American Colony, Jerusalem

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Spot where St. James' head was buried / American Colony, Jerusalem.

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Absalom's Pillar and Tombs of St. James and Zachariah / American Colony, Jerusalem.

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Spot where St. James' head was buried American Colony, Jerusalem

St. James Episcopal Church, Atlantic City, N.J.

St. James of LaMarca

St. James Street, Montreal, Canada

Mayor Gaynor in cornfield St. James

Cathedral of St. James, Montreal

Jerusalem (El-Kouds), approach to the city. Spot where St. James' head is buried

Utica, N.Y., St. James Hotel

Mayor Gaynor in cornfield St. James

St. James Episcopal Church, Atlantic City, N.J

[Utica, N.Y., St. James Hotel]

Cathedral of St. James, Montreal

Valleys of Jehoshaphat and Hinnom. Absalom's Pillar and tombs of St. James and Zacharias.

Jerusalem (El-Kouds), approach to the city. Chapel of St. James

Jerusalem (El-Kouds), approach to the city. Spot where St. James' head is buried

Valleys of Jehoshaphat and Hinnom. Absalom's Pillar and tombs of St. James and Zacharias

Judge Gaynor's Country Home, St. James

Jerusalem (El-Kouds), approach to the city. Chapel of St. James

Judge Gaynor's Country Home, St. James

St. James Street, looking east.--Montreal

St. James Street, looking west-Montreal

Coronation decorations, St. James St., London

Hotel St. James, view from beautiful St. James Park, San Jose, Cal. / Mrs. Hare Photo.

St. James St., looking south, the chief business street of Montreal, Canada

School children in front of St. James Cathedral receiving the blessing of the Papal Legate, Cardinal Vannutelli, Sept. 9, 1910--21st International Eucharistic Congress, Montreal, Canada

Gaynor in the cornfields, St. James, L.I

Group of newsies hanging around Long Acre Square waiting for the theatre to close. Photo taken at the Victoria Theatra [i.e., Theatre], B'[road]way and 42nd St. James Thorpe (boy selling paper) 8 yrs. 640 10th Ave. Richard Farrell, 13 yrs., same address. Harry Farrell, 10 yrs., same address. August Habich, 10 yrs., same address. 10:30 P.M. Oct.', 1910. Location: New York, New York (State) / Photo by Paul B. Schumm, Witness A.W. Meyer. 1323 Intervale [Ave.?], Bronx, N.Y.

Group of newsies hanging around Long Acre Square waiting for the theatre to close. Photo taken at the Victoria Theatra i.e., Theatre, B'roadway and 42nd St. James Thorpe (boy selling paper) 8 yrs. 640 10th Ave. Richard Farrell, 13 yrs., same address. Harry Farrell, 10 yrs., same address. August Habich, 10 yrs., same address. 10:30 P.M. Oct.', 1910. Location: New York, New York (State) Photo by Paul B. Schumm, Witness A.W. Meyer. 1323 Intervale Ave.?, Bronx, N.Y

Gaynor with others in cornfield, St. James, L.I.

Newsies selling at 10 P.M. Boy on left: Joseph Mandi, 11 years old, 241, 7th St.; James Yarnell, 13 years old, 179 N. Division St. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Gaynor with others in cornfield, St. James, L.I

Newsies selling at 10 P.M. Boy on left: Joseph Mandi, 11 years old, 241, 7th St.; James Yarnell, 13 years old, 179 N. Division St. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Gaynor holding shovel in cornfields, St. James, L.I.

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911, in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names) - - Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston, 1320 Berkley Ave., Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave. So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room, Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911, in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names): Otto Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave. So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911, in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names): Otto Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave. So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

These boys, and others, work in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and label 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; - (the youngest refused to give names): Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D. M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St. So, Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Westo[n] 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave. So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911, in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names): Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St. So, Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston, 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911, in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names): Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St. So, Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston, 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia

St. James Mission and Reading Room

These boys, and others, work in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and label 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names: (the youngest refused to give names). Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D. M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St. So, Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave. So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room, Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911, in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names) -- Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston, 1320 Berkley Ave., Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave. So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room, Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia

These boys, and others, work in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and label 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names: (the youngest refused to give names). Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D. M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St. So, Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave. So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room, Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911. These boys and others work in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names): Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St., So, Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar WestoN, 1320 Berkley Ave., Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911. These boys and others work in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names): Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St., So, Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar WestoN, 1320 Berkley Ave., Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

Do your duty to our boys as they are doing theirs to you. The 1914 War Society wants to give every disabled man a fair chance of honourable independence in healthy rural surroundings / designed by Frank Brangwyn, A.R.A. ; printed by the Avenue Press Ltd., Bouverie St., London, E.C. England.

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