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Volume 5: "Notes on Salkeld's Reports," "An act further to amend the judicial system of the United States," and "An act to punish certain offences against the United States"

An accurate map of North America. Describing and distinguishing the British, Spanish and French dominions on this great continent; exhibiting the present seat of war, and the French encroachments. Also all the West India Islands belonging to, and possessed by the several European princes and states.

An accurate map of North America. Describing and distinguishing the British, Spanish and French dominions on this great continent; exhibiting the present seat of war, and the French encroachments. Also all the West India Islands belonging to, and possessed by the several European princes and states. The whole laid down according to the latest and most authentick improvements,

An accurate map of North America. Describing and distinguishing the British, Spanish and French dominions on this great continent; according to the definitive treaty concluded at Paris 10th Feby. 1763. Also all the West India Islands belonging to, and possessed by the several European princes and states. The whole laid down according to the latest and most authentick improvements,

An accurate map of North America. Describing and distinguishing the British and Spanish dominions on this great continent; according to the definitive treaty concluded at Paris 10th Feby. 1763. Also all the West India Islands belonging to, and possessed by the several European princes and states.

United States Congress, 1774-82, List of Dated Topics: "Resolution of Order," Maryland Affairs; Post Office, Admiralty, etc.

North America, and the West Indies; a new map, wherein the British Empire and its limits, according to the definitive treaty of peace, in 1763, are accurately described, and the dominions possessed by the Spaniards, the French, & other European States. The whole compiled from all the new surveys, and authentic memoirs that have hitherto appeared.

An accurate map of North America. Describing and distinguishing the British and Spanish dominions of this great continent; according to the definitive treaty concluded at Paris 10th Feby. 1763. Also all the West India Islands belonging to, and possessed by the several European princes and states.

Thomas Jefferson, August 20, 1776, Proposal for United States Seal

Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union between the states of New Hampshire ...

United States Congress, September 1, 1781, Printed Table of Currency Scale, Paper Money to Silver

Thomas Jefferson to Virginia Delegates in the United States Congress, April 6, 1781, Extract

United States Congress, March 18, 1783, Printed Resolution on Import Duties

United States Congress, April 18, 1783, Printed Resolution on Import Duties to Pay Public Debt

Treasury Department, 1783, Estimate of Public Debt of the United States

Thomas Jefferson, October 1783, United States Congress Memorandum on Metallic Currency

Bowles's new map of North America and the West Indies, exhibiting the British Empire therein with the limits and boundaries of the United States as also the dominions possessed in that quarter, by the Spaniards, the French & other European states, the whole compiled from the best surveys and authentic memoirs which have appeared to the present year, 1783.

United States Congress Peace Treaty Commission, April 1, 1783, Resolution Releasing Thomas Jefferson from Appointment as Peace Commissioner

United States Congress, May 16, 1783, Resolution to Pay Courier and Postage Expenses for American Foreign Ministers

United States Congress, March 1, 1784, Printed Resolution on Western Territory Government; with Notations by Thomas Jefferson

Barclay Thomas to United States Congress, November 19, 1784, Account for Pierre Agustin Caron de Beaumarchais

United States Congress Committee on Taking Possession of Frontier Posts, May 6, 1784, Printed Report on Frontier Posts

Bowles's new pocket map of North America, divided into it's provinces, colonies, states, &c.

United States Congress, February 3, 1784, Actions on Bills; Notes and Dates

A new and correct map of North America with the West India Islands. Divided according to the last Treaty of Peace, concluded at Paris the 20th of Jan. 1783. wherein are particularly distinguished the Thirteen Provinces wich [sic] compose the United States of North America.

United States Congress, 1784, Connecticut-Pennsylvania Territorial Dispute over Wyoming; New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York Dispute over Vermont

A new and correct map of North America, with the West India Islands. Divided according to the last Treaty of Peace, concluded at Paris the 20th of Jan. 1783 wherein are particularly distinguished the Thirteen Provinces wich [sic] compose the United States of North America.

Bowles's new and accurate map of North America and the West Indies, exhibiting the extent and boundaries of the United States, the British dominions, and territories possessed in that quarter by the Spaniards, the French, and other European powers. The whole compiled and laid down from the best authorities, regulated and divided according to the Preliminary Articles of Peace signed at Versailles 20th. Jany. 1783.

Bowles's new pocket map of North America, divided into it's provinces, colonies, states, &c.

Thomas Jefferson to United States Congress, November 16, 1785, Memorandum on Payment for Swords Ordered by David Humphreys for the United States

United States Congress to Baron de Thulemeier, March 1785

United States Congress, August 1785, Record of Prize Ships Taken from 1775 to 1781

United States Congress, July 20, 1785, Resolution for John Jay to Sign Commerce Treaty with Spain; "Encargada de Negocios"

Thomas Jefferson, 1785-87, Memorandum on Barbary States; in Shorthand

United States Congress to Charles William Frederic Dumas, October 14, 1785

Wilt, Delmestre & Company to Thomas Jefferson, May 11, 1786, United States Finances

Thomas Jefferson to Treasury Department, July 10, 1786, Account of Money Provided in Paris by the United States and Virginia

Thomas Jefferson to Jean Durival, November 7, 1786, United States Coins

John Jay to United States Congress, August 3, 1786, Extract from Report on Commodity Trade with "Spanish America"

Thomas Jefferson to St. Victour & Bettinger, May 12, 1786, Purchase of Arms for the United States

J. J. Berard & Company, July 1, 1787, Account of United States Commerce through Port of L'Orient; in French

United States Congress, October 12, 1787, Resolution on American Captives in Algiers

Thomas Jefferson to United States Agents in France, October 5, 1787

Treasury Board to Wilhelm Willink, et al, December 5, 1787, United States Finances and Debt; with Extract of Letter

North America including the British colonies and the territories of the United States.

United States Finances and Debt, 1788, Table of Occasional Loans

United States Treasury Board, 1788, Statement on Loan from the Netherlands; Foreign Office Budget, 1788 to 1790

Order of Procession in honor of the Constitution of the United States. New York, N.Y., July 23, 1788

United States Congress, August 20, 1788, Extract of Resolution on Loans from Holland

Sidi Mahomet, Emperor of Morocco to Sid Ali, Bey of Tripoli, August 17, 1788, Recommendation of Peace with the United States; Italian Translation

Thomas Jefferson, 1788, Notes on the United States Constitution

United States Finances and Debt, 1788, Table of Debt to France and Holland

United States, May 1789, Table on Wheat and Flour, in French

Thomas Jefferson, 1789, Notes on Commerce with the United States, in French

Thomas Jefferson, 1789, Chart of French Commerce with the United States

Thomas Jefferson, June 21, 1790, Estimated Costs of Proposed United States Diplomatic Missions

Report of the Secretary of the Treasury to the House of Representatives, relative to a provision for the support of the public credit of the United States...printed in New York, 1790

United States Census, 1790, for Territories West of Ohio River

Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, June 1790, United States Conduct in War between Spain and Great Britain

Bowles's new one-sheet map of Asia, divided into its empires, kingdoms, states, and other subdivisions : laid down from observations of the most celebrated geographers.

Thomas Jefferson to Edward Telfair, March 26, 1791, Transcription recipient states William Telfair

United States Census, 1791, Census Calculations, 1791 and 1801

Map of the middle states of North America with part of Canada shewing the situation of the principal towns, viz. Columbia [i.e. Washington, D.C.], Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Newport, Rhode Island, Boston & Montreal, also their several communications with respect to Lake Ontario.

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. Perspective]

Thomas Jefferson to United States District Attorney of Georgia, November 9, 1792

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. Foundation plan]

William Irvine, et al, June 29, 1793, Report on Settlement of Accounts with States

[United States Capitol ("Federal Capitol"), Washington, D.C. Preliminary elevations]

[United States Capitol. Tortola scheme. Competition rendering of façade. Elevation with central dome and lantern]

[United States Capitol ("Federal Capitol"), Washington, D.C. Floor plan]

[United States Capitol. Tortola scheme. Competition rendering of façade. Elevation with central pediment and lantern]

Thomas Jefferson to United States Bank, July 12, 1793, Bank Draft

[Title page; Songs of Innocence and of Experiences; showing the two contrary states of the human soul; showing Adam & Eve]

The President of the United States of America, to all who shall see these presents, Greeting:

Thomas Jefferson to United States Senate, January 5, 1801

Thomas Willing, August 17, 1801, Resolutions of the Bank of the United States

Barbary States, 1803, Statement on Naval Force

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. North wing, section of grand stairway]

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. Sections of north wing looking north & east]

J. Madison to United States Marshals, May 29, 1805, Printed Circular

Message from the President of the United States communicating discoveries made by ...Captains Lewis & Clark...Feb. 19, 1806

[Submarine ("Submarine Vessel, Submarine Bombs and Mode of Attack") for the United States government. Water chambers, valves, water passages]

[Submarine ("Submarine Vessel, Submarine Bombs and Mode of Attack") for the United States government. Submarine vessel, longitudinal section]

[Submarine ("Submarine Vessel, Submarine Bombs and Mode of Attack") for the United States government. Vessel under sail and anchored]

United States Army, 1806, Officers Years of Service Newspaper Clipping

This plate is respectfully dedicated to all the butchers in the United States by their obt. Sert. Chrr. Wispart. in honour of our Republican Governor Simon Snyder

James Madison, President of the United States / T. Sully del. ; D. Edwin fecit.

Title page of Robert Smith, Address to the people of the United States (Baltimore, 1811)

The first great Western empire: or, the United States of America

[James Lawrence, 1781-1813--Memorial. Elegy in remembrance of James Lawrence, Esquire: (late commander of the United States frigate Chesapeake)]

The Revd. Francis Asbury, Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States / painted by J. Paradise ; engraved by B. Tanner.

John Adams, second president of the United States of America

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. South wing, section]

[Title page for the Catalogue of the Library of the United States to which is annexed a copious index ... Printed by Jonathan Elliot, 1815]

Whereas the Legislatures of Connecticut and Massachusetts have proposed the following amendments to the constitution of the United States [7 resolutions] Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. South wing - section]

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. North wing, section looking west]

Articles of agreement between The United States of America and the Chiefs of the Creek Nation. July 18, 1816

A map of the city of Washington in the District of Columbia established as the permanent seat of the government of the United States of America. City map with depiction of "East front of the Capitol of the United States" / by Rt. King, surveyor of the City of Washington.

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. Library of Congress - variant scheme B]

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