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[Folding bridge - two views, top extended across moat, bottom folded prior to release; used by infantry during assault on fortress]

[The widows approach the chief]

Johannes Staden goes to war with the Indians

[Four Native American Indians of New France (Canada): two men at top in war attire, with shield, bow, and arrows; mother holding paddle and nursing infant; and men clothed for winter, wearing snowshoes]

The figure of the Indians' fort or palizado in New England and the manner of the destroying it by Captayne Underhill and Captayne Mason / RH.

[Battle scene during Second Punic war, showing hand-to-hand combat] / I. Lamorlet(?) fec.

[Allegorical scene during Second Punic war, showing Roman galleys in background; with old man and women in foreground]

By the Honourable Spencer Phips, Esq; Lieutenant-Governour and commander in chief for the time being of His Majesty’s Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. A proclamation for encouragement to voluntiers to prosecute the war against t

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,

A map of that part of America which was the principal seat of war in 1756.

An accurate map of His Majesty's Province of New-Hampshire in New England & all the adjacent country northward to the River St. Lawrence, & eastward to Penobscot Bay, containing the principal places which relate to the present war on the continent of North America.

An accurate map of His Majesty's Province of New-Hampshire in New England, taken from actual surveys of all the inhabited part, and from the best information of what is uninhabited, together with the adjacent countries, which exhibits the theatre of this war in that part of the world,

A New & accurate map of North America, including the British acquisitions gain'd by the late war, 1763.

A sachem of the Abenakee Nation rescuing an English officer from the Indians

A view of the City of Quebec, the capital of Canada, taken partly from Pointe des Peres, and partly on board the vanguard man of war, by Captain Hervey Smyth Vue de la ville de Québec, capitale du Canada, prise en partie de la Ponte des Peres, et en partie àbord de l'avantgarde vaisseau de guerre, par le Cape. Hervey Smyth / / P. Benazech sculp.

The town of Boston in New England and British ships of war landing their troops! 1768

Broadside of Revolutionary War period: Tea Destroyed by Indians

Boston, May 12,1774. Gentlemen. By the British parliament for blocking up the Harbour of Boston, with a fleet of ships of war, and preventing the entrance in, or exportation of, all sorts of merchandize, on penalty of forfeiture of the goods and

[Revolutionary war broadside: The Boston committee of Correspondence responds to the Boston Port Bill. May 12, 1774]

... To the three generals, with Scotch orders, on their voyage to North-America. Sigillum veritatis simplicitas est. Critical and faithful extracts from Colonel Cavallier's memoirs of the war of the Cevennes; or Lower Langyedoc, in his own hand-

... To the three generals, with Scotch orders, on their voyage to North-America. Sigillum veritatis simplicitas est. Critical and faithful extracts from Colonel Cavallier's memoirs of the war of the Cevennes; or Lower Langyedoc, in his own hand-

Boston, 26th of June, 1775. This town was alarmed on the 17th instant at break of day, by a firing from the lively ship of war; and a report was immediately spread that the rebels had broke ground and were raising a battery on the heights of the

Boston, 26th of June, 1775. This town was alarmed on the 17th instant at break of day, by a firing from the lively ship of war; and a report was immediately spread that the rebels had broke ground and were raising a battery on the heights of the

The Seat of war in New England, by an American volunteer, with the marches of the several corps sent by the Colonies towards Boston, with the attack on Bunkers-Hill.

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.

The Theatre of war in North America, with the roads, and tables, of the superficial contents, distances, &ca.

Colony of Massachusetts-Bay, 1776. We the subscribers, do each of us severally for ourselves, profess, testify and declare before God and the World, that we verily believe that the War, Resistance and Opposition in which the United American Colo

Broadside of Revolutionary War period: [Enlistment authoriz. Watertown, Mass.]

Bowles's map of the seat of war in New England. Comprehending the provinces of Massachusets Bay, and New Hampshire; with the colonies of Connecticut and Rhode Island; divided into their townships; from the best authorities.

Broadside of Revolutionary War period: [Proclamation by Gen. Howe against assisting Rebels. Boston, Mar 10, 1776]

Sketch of the engagement at Trenton, given on the 26th of December 1776 betwixt the American troops under command of General Washington, and three Hessian regiments under command of Colonell Rall, in which the latter a part surrendert themselves prisoner of war.

We the subscribers do hereby severally inlist ourselves into the service of the United States of America, to continue in that service 'till the end of the present war with Britain, unless sooner regularly discharged ... and to be under such regu

Map of the maritime parts of Virginia exhibiting the seat of war and of Ld. Dunmore's depredations in that colony.

Colony of Massachusetts Bay 1776. We the subscribers, do each of us severally for ourselves, profess, testify, and declare, before God and the world that we verily believe that the war, resistance and opposition in which the United American Colo

A general map of the middle British colonies, in America. Containing Virginia, Maryland, the Delaware counties, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. With the addition of New York, and the greatest part of New England, as also of the bordering parts of the province of Quebec, improved from several surveys made after the late war, and corrected from Governor Pownall's late map 1776.

A general map of the middle British colonies, in America. Containing Virginia, Maryland, the Delaware counties, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. With the addition of New York, and of the greatest part of New England, as also of the bordering parts of the province of Quebec, improved from several surveys made after the late war, and corrected from Governor Pownall's late map 1776.

A view of the present seat of war, at and near New-York

Theatre de la guerre en Amerique. Seat of war in America.

A map of that part of Pensylvania now the principle [sic] seat of war in America, wherein may be seen the situation of Philadelphia, Red Bank, Mud Island, & Germantown.

Seat of war in the environs of Philadelphia:

A new map of the British colonies in North America, shewing the seat of the present war, taken from the best surveys, compared with and improved from manuscripts of several noblemen and gentlemen.

A concise narrative of my proceedings in raising men to serve in the war under the state of New-York ... John Wheelock. Kingston. September 3, 1777. [Poughkeepsie: Printed by John Holt? or Fish-Kill: Printed by Samuel Loudon? 1777] [Positive Pho

A new map of the British colonies in North America, shewing the seat of the present war, taken from the best surveys, compared with and improved from manuscripts of several noblemen and gentlemen.

The second section of the Articles of war. [also] The sixth section of the articles of war. The oath of fidelity. [New York: Printed by James Rivington, 1778].

The closet / Bute invt. ; Germaine ext. ; Mansfield sculpt.

The frontispiece shows Minerva, the goddess of wisdom and of war, ...

[Announcement of the Spanish declaration of war on Great Britain, printed at Norwich]. Norwich: Printed by J. Trumbull [1779].

Virginia Council to Thomas Jefferson, October 8, 1779, Instructions on Prisoners of War

War office, Williamsburg. November 11, 1779. The appointment of a clothier having in some measure altered the arrangements of the clothing department in this state, the whole direction of which was vested in the commissary of stores it becomes n

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In council of war, March 12, 1779 ... a true copy: witness, William Coddington, Clerk. Providence: Printed by John Carter.

Horatio Gates to Board of War of North Carolina, October 30, 1780

James Innes, James Barron, and George Lyne, September 1780, War Board Memorandum on Virginia Troops; with table by Thomas Jefferson

State of Rhode Island and Providence plantations. In General Assembly, July session, 1781. Whereas the Council of war, on the sixteenth day of June last, did pass a resolve for relieving the militia of this State; and on the twenty sixth of the

General Conway's speech, for quieting the troubles in America. Against an independency: He is for peace, but yet argues the vigorous prosecution of the war: the great distresses and debt of America: General du Portail's account of America sent t

A new map of the British colonies in North America, shewing the seat of the present war, taken from the best surveys, compared with and improved from manuscripts of several noblemen and gentlemen.

War of posts / T. Colley, fect.

Grand exhibition. To the public. When we published our proposals for a triumphal procession, we meant to refresh your memories with what we conceived ought to be exhibited on the termination of a succesful war, which produced one of the greatest

An accurate map of the State and Province of New-Hampshire in New England, taken from actual surveys of all the inhabited part, and from the best information of what is uninhabited, together with the adjacent countries, which exhibits the theatre of this war in that part of the world,

Eine grausame geschichte, oder ein lied von einem mörder, Philip Bebel, welcher gewohnt hat in Maryland, nicht weit von Friedrick-Taun, an der Pfeif-Kriek und hat Ausgangs April, 1785, eine fray, welche schwanger war und 4 kinder mit einer Urt e

Thomas Jefferson to Andre Limozin, February 21, 1788, Bust of Marquis de Lafayette; Speculation on War; Fragment Missing

- Once more- for the- liberties of the people of America. The present election is important- it may give peace or war to this State, and perhaps, to the union.- The sons of liberty (who are again called upon to contend with sheltered aliens and

An act to establish an Executive department to be dominated the Department of war ... 1789, June 27. Read the third time and passed the House of representatives. New York: Printed by Thomas Greenleaf, [1789] [Positive Photostat.].

An Indian warrior entering his wigwam with a scalp / Barlow, sc.

A view of St. John's, upon the River Sorell, in Canada, with the redoubts, works, &c. taken in the year 1776, during the late war in America

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

An act to authorize the settlement of the accounts of Lewis Garanger, for military services during the late war ... 1793, January 2d- Passed the House of representatives. [Philadelphia] Printed by John Fenno [1793].

Bombardment of Algiers / Sergent, delint. ; Barlow, sculpt.

Rule as to the sailing of vessels of war of the belligerent nations from the United States ... True copy, Geo: Taylor, jun. Ch Clk. in the Department of State. June 18th, 1794. [Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794.].

... Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That the Secretary for the department of war, be, and he is hereby directed to make out an exact list, of the name of each person, re

... An act authorizing a settlement of certain expenses of the Commissioner of loans ... [Followed by] An act allowing an additional compensation to the principal clerks in the Department of state, and the Treasury and War Departments for the ye

... An act to authorize the allowance of drawbacks on part of the cargo of the ship Enterprize ... [Followed by] An act to amend the act, intituled "An act making alterations in the Treasury and War department. [Philadelphia: Printed by Francis

[French atrocities in Germany during Napoleonic War, 1796] / Wm. Wadsworth(?).

War and Pestilence! Horrible and unparalelled [i.e. unparalleled] massacre! women and children falling victims to the Indian's tomahawk

Crisis. To the people of the state of New York. War! War! War! Quit-rents, stamp acts- a common distress in our country is the order of the day- These evils presaged our war with Britain; they now presage a war with France, still more to be drea

Is the war a failure? ... Published by the National Union Executive Committee, Astor House, New York.

Thomas Jefferson to War Department, August 16, 1804

Title page of James Stephen, War in Disguise (London, 1805)

Graduation of 17th Street West shewing the continuation of the War Office drain : [Washington D.C.] /

Voters this day carefully make your choice Snyder and peace or Ross and war. [Penn. 1808?].

Captain Lewis shooting an Indian

Glorious news. Triumph of federal efforts. Our administration have at length yielded to the offers long since made to settle our differences with Great-Britain. The war whoop is silenced ... [June 12? 1812].

George Joy. Notes - Henry Lee 1808, regarding the embargo and war. 1812.

A correct map of the seat of war.

American taxation. This song was written when the "Trump of war" sounded through this happy land, and although peculiarly applicable to that time, cannot but be received with approbation at the present day. [36 stanzas printed in two columns] [1

Wasp stinging frolick [Cuts] Or engagement between the American sloop of war Wasp, of 18 guns, and the British Sloop of War Frolick, of 20 guns. [Boston] Printed by Nathaniel Coverley, Jun [1812].

[Cut] Sixth naval victory. The U. S. Brig. Enterprize of 14 guns, commanded by Lieut. William Burrows, took after an engagement of 45 minutes, the British Brig of War Boxer, of 18 guns, Capt. Bluth, who with about 50 of his men were killed and w

A view of Winchester in North America - dedicated to Mr. President Mad I Son!!

Proposals for publishing by subscription the life of Major General Andrew Jackson, comprising a full history of the late war in the south, from the commencement of the hostilities with the Creek Indians, to the defeat of the British before New O

Resolution from Kentucky's congress regarding payments to the widows and orphans of War of 1812 soldiers

Proposals for publishing by subscription, the life of Major General Andrew Jackson, comprising a history of the war in the South, from the commencement of the Creek campaign, to the termination of hostilities before New Orleans. By John Henry Ea

[Civil War envelope showing Columbia with shield and American flag and White House]

Yes, I would the war were over, words and music by Alice Hawthorne

Yes, I would the the war were over. Answer to "When this cruel war is over." Words and music by Alice Hawthorne ... Johnson, Song Publisher, Phila

Yes, I would the war were over, words and music by Alice Hawthorne

Some account of some of the bloody deeds of General Jackson

War and pestilence! Two young ladies taken prisoners by the savages ... Just published an interesting narrative of the captivity of Miss Francis and Almira Hall, two respectable young females (sisters) of the ages of 16 and 18 who were taken pri

War and pestilence! Two young ladies taken prisoners by the savages.

Washington: first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen

Washington: first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen

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