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Topic: lewis

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The Treaty of Commerce or New coalition / G.R., delint. ; Lewis 16, fecit.

"Louis XVI (left) and George III (right) sit together, amicably clinking glasses; the latter's right hand is on the shoulder of Louis, who says, with a sly smile, Mon cher Ami I will teach a you de Politess Fra... more

Meriwether Lewis

Bust-and-shoulders silhouette portrait shows the explorer Meriwether Lewis facing right.

R-l advice / Lewis Marks del.

Charlotte, consort of George III, seated on throne, giving advice to Regent (George, Prince of Wales, later George IV) who is standing in front of McMahon and Lord Yarmouth. Queen is using large amounts of snuf... more

An altercation concerning r-l wives, &c / Lewis Marks del.

Print shows Napoleon I standing on a slip of land labeled "Elba" yelling at George, Prince of Wales, who is standing on a patch of land labeled "England." Napoleon complains that the British have deprived him o... more

Yours very sincerely Lewis P. Clover

Print shows Lewis P. Clover, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left.

Lewis Cass / engraved by T.B. Welch from a drawing by J.B. Longacre.

Lewis Cass, half-length portrait, seated, facing right, holding book.

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