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The wages of sin; or Robbery justly rewarded; a poem occasioned by the untimely death of Richard Wilson, who was executed on Boston Neck, for burglarly, on Thursday the 19th of October 1732. Boston: Printed and sold at the Heart and Crown in Cor

Mr. Garrick in Hamlet / B. Wilson pinxt ; J. McArdell fecit.

B. Franklin of Philadelphia - L.L.D. F.R.S. / B. Wilson pinxt. ; Js McArdell fecit.

To the public [acknowledgement of William Semple, Alexander Bartram, James Stuart, Robert Wilson that they have violated the non-importation agreement] Signed Philadelphia June 30, 1770. These are to certify that we did sign the above acknowledg

[Title page, with no illus. of James Wilson, Considerations on the nature and extent of the legislative authority of the British Parliament, Phila., W. and T. Bradford, 1774]

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Miles Cary, November 4, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson, Potts, and Eastern, September 1, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to John Jay, March 16, 1793, also William Paterson, James Wilson, William Cushing, John Blair

Thomas Jefferson to James Wilson, April 17, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, December 12, 1794

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, November 29, 1798

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, October 5, 1798

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, August 15, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, October 25, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, April 24, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nocholas, December 6, 1804, Partial transcription

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, April 27, 1804

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, February 7, 1804

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, March 26, 1805

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, March 24, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, February 28, 1807

Letter from Claiborne Rice to Joshua Lacy Wilson

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, December 22, 1808

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, March 20, 1808

Great-footed hawk / drawn from nature by A. Wilson ; engvd. by A. Lawson.

[Birds, nests and eggs] / drawn from nature by A. Wilson ; engraved by A. Lawson.

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, May 25, 1809

Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, February 1, 1811, Mutilated

Electors of President and Vice President of the United States. Joseph Gist, John Wilson John Me'Morries. William Strother, William Zimmerman, Joseph Bellinger, Langdon Cheves, Paul Hamilton, Samuel Mays, William Rouse. [S. C. 1812].

Alexander Wilson

Alexander Wilson, author of the American Ornithology, native of Paisley, Scotland died 1813 aged 45 / drawn & engraved by J.J. Barralet.

Wilson Cary Nicholas, October 18, 1816, Central College Appointment

Thomas Jefferson to Charles Wilson Peale, February 15, 1824

The declaration of seventy-five physicians of Boston ... Ford & Damrell, Temperance Press, Wilson's Lane Boston 1832.

E. Wilson to Andrew Jackson, September 6, 1832

Wilson Lumpkin, Governor of Georgia

Hon. & Rev. B.R. Wilson of Monrovia, Liberia, died Oct. 9, 1864 / Photographed by S.W. Truesdell, Kenosha, Wis.

[Unidentified man, probably Thomas Wilson Dorr, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]

Democratic Inauguration Ball. [Mrs. Anna Maria Wilson] The Pleasure of your company is respectfully solicited at a BALL to be given at the National Theatre, on the evening of the 4th of March, 1845. In honor of the President and vice President e

Woodrow Wilson's mother

Map of Niagara County, New York /

Hon. Henry Wilson

Hon. Henry Wilson

Hon. Jas. Wilson Grimes

[Hon. J.J. Wilson]

Hon. J.J. Wilson

Hon. Henry Wilson

Hon. J.J. Wilson

Hon. Jas. Wilson Grimes

[Charles W. Wilson, full-length portrait, standing, facing front, wearing buckskins, with rifle]

[James Wilson, Representative from Indiana, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Henry Wilson, Senator from Massachusetts, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Wilson Rilley, Representative from Pennsylvania, Thirty-fifth Congress, original signature]

J. J. A. Wilson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 18, 1860 (Telegram, six same date)

Union Cavalry leaders & raiders: Averill, Kilpatrick, Rauls, Gregg, Sheridan, Custer, Streight, Grierson, Wilson, Stoneman, Merritt, and Torbert

Hon. James Falconer Wilson of Iowa

Union Cavalry leaders & raiders: Averill, Kilpatrick, Rauls, Gregg, Sheridan, Custer, Streight, Grierson, Wilson, Stoneman, Merritt, and Torbert

Hon. Henry Wilson of Mass.

J.H. Wilson USA

Hon. Henry Wilson of Mass

Hon. Henry Wilson of Massachussetts

Union Cavalry leaders & raiders: Averill, Kilpatrick, Rauls, Gregg, Sheridan, Custer, Streight, Grierson, Wilson, Stoneman, Merritt, and Torbert

J. J. A. Wilson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 18, 1860 (Telegram; Lincoln expected in Chicago)

Col. J.G. Wilson, 4th U.S. Colored Cavalry

Col. James Grant Wilson, 4th U.S. Colonel Cav. USA

Charles L. Wilson to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 14, 1860 (Recommendation)

J. J. A. Wilson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 18, 1860 (Telegram, six same date)

J. J. A. Wilson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 18, 1860 (Telegram, six same date)

W. Wilson

J.H. Wilson USA

The Newport News Steamer Express Capt. Wilson

Gen. James Wilson, Col. 13th Iowa Cav.

Col. J.G. Wilson, 4th U.S. Colored Cavalry

Gen. James Wilson, Col. 13th Iowa Cav.

J. J. A. Wilson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 18, 1860 (Telegram, six same date)

$1,1000 reward. A reward of eleven hundred dollars is hereby offered for the apprehension and return to the United States penitentiary in the District of Columbia of the convicts, James Wilson, Major S. McDonald, George W. Johnson, and Jo

W.Wilson

Hon [E. or M.] Wilson

Hon. James Wilson Grimes of Iowa

Orleans Square / photographed by J.N. Wilson, No. 143 Broughton Street, Savannah, Ga.

W. Wilson

William H. Wilson to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 29, 1860 (Wants to clarify Lincoln's position on the Mexican War)

Picking up the floating bodies. The Tug McQueen picking up the body of Capt. Jack Wilson

Charles L. Wilson to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 22, 1860 (Introduction)

J. J. A. Wilson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 18, 1860 (Telegram; Notification)

Gen. James Wilson, Col. 13th Iowa Cav.

Col. James Grant Wilson, 4th U.S. Colonel Cav. USA

Col. James Grant Wilson, 4th U.S. Colonel Cav. USA

Mary Queen of Scots / G. W. Wilson & Co.

Wilson, Grant (Gen. James)

The Battle of Santa Rosa, October 9, 1861 - the attack upon Wilson's camp / sketched by Mr. Charles F. Allgouer.

Henry Wilson to Simon Cameron, Sunday, August 25, 1861 (Appointment)

John G. Nicolay to Edwin C. Wilson, Wednesday, January 23, 1861 (Reply to Wilson's letter of Dec. 31)

John C. Fremont to Simon Cameron, Tuesday, August 13, 1861 (Telegram reporting battle at Wilson's Creek)

Battle of Wilson's Creek, near Springfield, Missouri

The charge of the First Iowa Regiment, with General Lyon at its head, at the Battle of Wilson's Creek, near Springfield, Missouri, August 10, 1861 / from a sketch by our special artist in Major-General Fremont's Division.

Js. H. Wilson, Maj. Gen. Vols.

[Captain John Wilson of Co. C, 8th Kentucky Infantry Regiment (Union), in uniform with sword; revolver and book rest on table]

J. J. A. Wilson to Unknown, Sunday, February 23, 1862 (Telegram regarding military affairs)

[Captain John Wilson of Co. C, 8th Kentucky Infantry Regiment (Union), in uniform with sword; revolver and book rest on table]

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