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Portrait : Washington (George). Bust; profile to the left; oval medallion suspended by a ring, in a rectangle of fine ruled lines; after Houdon. Line [by W. L. Ormsby]. [New York, 1870 ?] 4o. Baker, no. 104.
EM. 3341 Portrait : Aitken (Robert). Half length; directed, facing, and looking to the front. With facsimile signature. Lithograph by Max Rosenthal. [Philadelphia, 1885?] Fo.
EM. 3342 Portrait: Smallwood (William). Half length; directed, facing, and looking to the front; uniform. Inscription: Etchd. by H. B. Hall Morrisania N. Y. 1871.) Maj. Gen. Wm. Smallwood. W. Smallwood (fac-simile signature). Fo.
EM. 3343 A private plate.
Portrait : Read (James). Half length; directed to the left, facing and looking to the front; uniform; oval frame within a rectangle. Inscription : En. graved by Samuel Sartain, Phila. Colonel James Read, one of the fathers of the American navy. A son of Colonel John Read of Maryland... Line and mezzotint. [1885?] Fo.
EM. 3344 Upon the upper margin is written, in pencil, “ Dr. T. A. Emmett with General Meredith Read's kindest regards."
Portrait : Washington (George). Bust; after Gilbert Stuart. Inscription: Washington. Lithograph, on tinted paper. (New York ? 1850 ?] 4°.
EM. 3345 Portrait : Laurens (Henry). Half length; directed, facing, and looking to the left. Inscription: (left) Painted by C. W. Peale (right) Engraved by Neagle | Published by Joseph Delaplaine. Henry Laurens. Line. 8°.
EM. 3346 Also in Delaplaine's Repository, Phila., 1815, part 3, p. 29.
View: Philadelphia, Penn. Inscription: Christ Church, Philadelphia. Wood engraving. [Philadelphia ? 1880 ?] 8°.
EM. 3347 Delaware.-Governor. By his Excellency Nicholas Vandyke, Esq; President, Captain-General and Commander in Chief of the Delaware State. A Proclamation [directing all persons who have in their possession public property to make returns of the same to the county treasurers] Given under my Hand and the Great-Seal of the State, at Newcastle, the twenty-second Day of September, in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-four, and in the ninth Year of the Independency of this State. ... Wilmington: Printed by James Adams (1784).
Fo. EM. 3348 Portrait : Laurens (Henry). Inscription: (left) Henry Laurens, Esq., President of Continental Congress. (right) Engraved by V. Green, London. From the painting by Copley. With coat of arms. Photo
EM. 3349 The same engraving, on smaller paper, is to be found also in the Magazine of American History, vol. 18 (N.Y., 1887) p. 1.
Massachusetts.-General Assembly. State of Massachusetts Bay. In the House of Representatives, January 25, 1777. [Directions for forming the fifteen battalions required of the state to serve for three years or the war.] [Boston, 1777.] I
EM. 3350 Endorsed, “For the Sheriff of the County of Essex.”
Portrait : Hamilton (Alexander). Bust; directed to the front, facing and looking to the right; uniform; oval. Inscription: Tanner Sc. Alexr. Hamilton. Stipple. [Philadelphia ? 1800?] 8°.
Portrait: Harrison (Robert Hanson). Bust; directed to the front, facing and looking slightly to the left; uniform, cocked hat. Inscription: (right) Albert Rosenthal | Lieut-Col. Robert H. Harrison, Aide-de-Camp to Gen. Washington. Rob. H. Har. rison (fac-simile signature). Etching. [Philadelphia, 1885?] F'.
EM. 3352 Letter : Harrison (Robert Hanson).
[West Point,] Nov. 10, 1779. To Col. (Jeremiah] Wadsworth or Royal Flint, Murderer's Creek (N. Y.). His Excellency will be at home today; information should be sent by return express as to what supplies have been received, or what prospect there is of any; his Excellency will be anxious to know of this matter the instant he arrives. A. L. S.
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EM. 3353 The address has been pasted upon the back.
Portrait: Fitzpatrick (Richard). Half length; directed to the front, facing and looking to the left; plain clothes. Inscription: (right) Max Rosenthal | Hon. Richard Fitzpatrick, Lieut. Colonel of the First Guards. 1748-1813. From a print by Cook in the collection of C. R. Hildeburn. Etching. [Philadelphia, 1885?) 4°
EM. 3354 Portrait : Townshend (George), ist Marquis Townshend. Three-quarters length; directed to the left, facing slightly to the left, looking to the front; military uniform, hat under left arm; right hand holding a paper, A Bill Intituled An Act for the Better Order of the Militia Forces. Inscription: The Honble. Colonel Townshend. Printed for Jno. Bowles Eu Son, at the Black Horse in Cornhill London. Mezzotint [by James MacArdell ?] [1760 ?] Fo.
EM. 3355 See J. C. Smith's British Mezzotinto Portraits, part 2, P. 899, no. 176.
Portrait : Louis XVI., King of France. Bust; directed, facing, and looking to the right; circular. Inscription: W. Bromley sculpt. Lewis XVI., K’ing of France. Line. [London, 1790?] 8°. EM. 3356
Portrait: Charles III., King of Spain. Half length; directed to the front, facing and looking to the left; armor and ermine robe; oval frame within a rectangle. Inscription : (on a tablet) Carolus III. (below, left) Eq. Antonius Raph. Mengs pinx. (right) Raphael Morghen sculp. Line. [Rome? 1790?] 8o.
EM. 3357 Portrait : Boudinot (Elias). Profile to the right, circular. Small mezzotint engraving (colored) [by St. Memin]. [Burlington, N. J., 1795.]
EM. 3358 Unlettered. No. 450 in Elias Dexter's St. Memin collection of portraits, N. Y., 1862.
Document: Newcastle County, Del.-Registrar. Newcastle, July 18, 1786. Inventory of the Goods and Chattels of Mrs. Veronica Peterson deceased Taken by Derrick Williams & Richard Cantwell, Aug. 30, 1785. Transcript, attested by Gun. Bedford, Regr. With seal affixed. 2 pp. F'.
EM. 3359 Portrait : Bedford (Gunning). Half length; directed, facing, and looking to the left; wig, plain
Wash drawing in India ink, by David McN. Stauffer, from the portrait in possession of Mrs. Gunning Bedford. With fac-simile signature. [New York,] 1884. Fo.
EM. 3360 For a pen and ink drawing from the same original, see EM 928.
Portrait : Adams (John). Half length; di- Samuel Sartain from the Original Miniature, rected and facing to the right, looking to the front ; William Read Esqre. Consul General of the Kingright hand resting on a book; oval frame. In
dom of Naples. Second son of the Hon. George scription : (on the frame, above) Born Oct. 20 1735. Read, “ the Signer,” Born in the Read Mansion, Inaug: March 4, 1797 Obt. July 4, 1826. (be- New Castle, Delaware, Oct. 10, 1767.
Died at low) John Adams. [G. Stuart Del.] Line. [New Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 25, 1846. Line and mezYork? 1850 ? 8o.
EM. 3361 zotint. [Philadelphia, 1885?] Fo. EM. 3364 Portrait: Washington (George). Bust, after Portrait: Washington (George). Bust, after Gilbert Stuart. Inscription : Fairman | Washing- Trumbull. Stipple and line by H. B. Hall and ton. Stipple. (Philadelphia ? 1810?] 4°. Em. 3362 Sons. With fac-simile signature. 4°. EM. 3365 Probably another state of the plate described by Baker as
A private plate ; unlettered. The same engraving, without
the fac-simile signature, is to be found in the Magazine of View: Newcastle, Del. Inscription : (left) American history, vol. 6 (N. Y., 1881) p. 81. It is there letA. Tolle Eng. | Mansion of the Honourable George
tered: Engd. by H. B. Hall Sound Sons from the Painting by
Trumbull. See also Baker, no. 149. Read, New Castle, Delaware. Wood engraving. 4o.
EM. 3363 Portrait: Randolph (John). Inscription : Also in Conrad's Biography of the Signers, Phila. (Brother- Engd, by W. G. Jackman. John Randolph (fachead), 1865, p. 545.
simile signature). N.Y. D. Appleton & Co. Line Portrait : Read (William). Half length; di- and stipple. 4°.
EM. 3366 rected, facing, and looking to the right ; oval frame
Also in F. Moore's American Eloquence, vol. 2 (N. Y., within a rectangle. Inscription : Engraved by 1858) p. 155
CÆSAR RODNEY. Letter : Rodney (Cæsar). Dover, [Del.,] Oct. Inscription : Johannes Rex Angl: Dns Hib. Line 14, 1776. To George Read. They have bought (partly colored). 8°.
EM. 3371 all the clothes they could lay their hands on ; they From A series of the kings and queens of England, Lonwill try to secure blankets; they wish to know don, 1817. whether they shall get the money to pay for them Portrait : Edward II., King of England. from Congress or from this government; the Half length; directed to the front, facing and printed copies which Read desired to have for
looking slightly to the left; sceptre in right hand, warded to Sussex were left by the post at the Cross- globe in left; curtain to the left ; below, a view of roads on account of a storm. Lithograph fac-simile the murder of Edward ; a ribbon above to the left, of an A. L. S. in the possession of J. J. Smith, Esq. inscribed Occidere nolit timere ... Inscription : 2 pp.
F. With a wood engraving, on India (on the frame) Eduardus II Rex Ang. Line (partly paper, of the Res. of Cæsar Rodney Poplar Grove
EM. 3372 near Dover Delaware.
From A series of the kings and queens of England, LonAlso in Brotherhead's Book of the Signers, Phila., 1861,
don, 1817. P. 59.
Portrait: Edward III., King of England. Letter : Rodney (Cæsar). Wilmington, [Del.,) Half length ; directed, facing, and looking to the Sept. 11, 1782. To Thomas Rodney, Dover. Capt.
right; armor, sword in right hand with two crowns John Willson borrowed the gray horse to ride to
on the blade ; framed in the Garter, and surrounded Philadelphia, therefore he cannot send it to Kent
by a coat of arms, sword, sun, banners, etc., with until next morning ; he has not been able to pro- a recumbent figure of France below. Inscription : cure yesterday's or this day's papers ; they give an (on a tablet, above) Edward III King of England account of changes in the ministry; death of Rock- & France. Line (partly colored). 8°. EM. 3373 ingham ; the King's speech is very mild and good
From A series of the kings and queens of England, Lonnatured ; victory of the French feet in the East don, 1817. Indies. A. L. S. Endorsed.
View: London. Inscription: (left) S. Scott, EM. 3368
Painter. (right) J. B. Allen, Engraver. | London Portrait : Henry II., King of England. Half Bridge—1745. (From the picture in the Vernon length; directed to the front, facing and looking
Gallery. (left) Sise of the picture, I ft. 97/2 in. by slightly to the right ; sceptre in right hand ; below,
11/4 in. (right) Printed by G. Virtue. | London, a view of the murder of Becket. Inscription : (on published for the proprietors.] Line. 4°. EM. 3374 a tablet) Henry II. K of England,
Line (partly Also in the Art Journal, vol. 15 (London, 1853) p. 82. colored). 8°.
Portrait: Paulet (William), ist Marquis of From A series of the kings and queens of England, London, 1817.
Winchester, Half length; directed and facing Portrait : Richard I., King of England. slightly to the left, looking to the front; white Half length ; directed, facing, and looking to the
wand in left hand. Inscription : William Powlett, front; battle-axe in right hand ; oval frame with First Marquis of Winchester, From the original a lion-skin behind, lance with banner of St. George
of Holbein, in the Collection of His Grace The to the right. Inscription : Ricardus I. Rex An
Duke of Northumberland. Drawn by Wm. Derby, glorum. Line (partly colored). 8°.
and Engraved (with Permission) by W. Holl. From A series of the kings and queens of England, Lon- (right) Proof | Published, June, žst. 1825, by Harddon, 1817.
ing, Triphook Su Lepard, Finsbury Square, LonPortrait: John, King of England. Half
don. Stipple. Fo.
EM. 3375 length ; directed slightly to the right, facing and Portrait : Saint-John (Henry), Viscount Bollooking slightly to the left; curtain draped above; ingbroke. Half length; directed to the right, below, a view of John kneeling to the papal legate. facing and looking slightly to the left; large wig;
oval frame on a background of masonry. Inscription : (on a tablet) Henry St. John, late Ld. Viscount Bolingbroke. Line. (London, 1755 ?] 8o.
EM. 3376 Portrait: Jane Seymour, 3d Queen of Henry VIII., King of England. Half length ; directed, facing, and looking to the left; oval frame ; below, an urn, a child with a scythe, and a view of the birth of Edward VI. Inscription : (on the frame) Jane Seymour Queen of Henry VIII. [(below) Impensis I. & P. Knapton Londini 1746.] Line. Fo.
EM. 3377 Also in Birch's Heads of illustrious persons, vol. 2, London, 1752, p. 9.
Portrait : Seymour (Edward), 1st Earl of Hertford and Duke of Somerset. Half length; directed, facing, and looking to the right; cloak and hat; oval frame, with a view of his knighting below. Inscription : (on the frame) Edward Seymour Duke of Somerset. [(below, left) J. Houbraken sculps. Amst. (right) Holbein pinx. | In the Col. lection of the Ri. Hon: the Earl of Hertford. (right) Impensis 1. & P. Knapton Londini 1738.] Line. F'.
EM. 3378 Also in Birch's Heads of illustrious persons, London, 1743,
will persevere in cool and moderate measures, and demonstrate that the troops are needless. L. S. 2 pp. and I leaf with the address, * To Joshua Henshaw Esqr Merchant in Boston." 4°. EM. 3383 The address has been pasted upon the back of page 3.
Portrait : Read (George). Half length ; directed slightly to the left, facing and looking to the right; papers in left hand. Inscription : (Engraved by Samuel Sartain from the Picture in In. dependence Hall. Geo. Read (fac-simile signature). À signer of the Declaration of Independence, and a framer of the constitution of the United States.] Mezzotint. 8°.
EM. 3384 The margins and lettering have been trimmed away. Also in the Magazine of American History, vol. 13 (N. Y., 1885)
View : Philadelphia, Penn. Inscription : State House at Philadelphia. 400 Feet in Length and 100 in Depth, built of Brick with Freestone Cornices. Aquatint.
EM. 3385 Also in H. Wansey's Excursion to the United States of North America, in the summer of 1794, Salisbury, 1796, frontispiece.
Portrait : George III., King of Great Britain. Half length; profile to the left; flowered coat, and sash ; oval; after Meyer. Inscription : (above) George the Third King of Great Britain Goc Soc. Mezzotint [by J. Spilsbury?]. [London, 1761 ?]
EM. 3386 See J. C. Smith's British Mezzotinto Portraits, part 3, P. 1329, no. 19a; and Bromley's Catalogue of engraved British portraits, p. 320.
Portrait : Mercer (Hugh). Half length; in uniform ; after the portrait by Trumbull. Inscription : (right) J. W. Orr N. Y. | Gen. Hugh Mer
Wood engraving. [1860 ?) 12°. EM. 3387 Portrait: Putnam (Israel). Three-quarters length ; right elbow resting on a cannon ; glove in right hand, left hand on side ; battery firing in right background. Stipple. [New York ? 1850 ?)
EM. 3388 Unlettered. The mezzotint from which this was made has been described as EM. 2452. It was published in London in 1775, and is reproduced in J. C. Smith's British Mezzotinto Portraits, part 4, p. 1716; also in Winsor's Narrative and critical history of America, vol. 6 (Boston, 1888) p. 192, and in Fiske's American Revolution, vol. 1 (Boston, 1897) p. 131.
View : Morristown, N. J. Inscription : The Ford Mansion. Small wood engraving. EM. 3389
The same cut, lettered Washington's Head-quarters at Morristown, is to be found in Lossing's Field-book, vol. 1 (N. Y., 1851) P. 309.
View: Morristown, N. J. Inscription : Public Square at Morristown, N. J. Wood engraving. 8o.
Also in Barber and Howe's Historical Collections of New Jersey, N. Y., 1844, p. 384.
Document : Delaware.—Governor. 1777. Commission appointing Caesar Rodney Brigadier General of the two battalions of militia in Kent County and of the western battalion in Sussex County. Printed form filled in. D. S., Jno McKinly. Countersigned by Jas Booth secy. Endorsed. I page. Fo.
EM, 3391 Portrait: Washington (George). Bust; profile to the left; velvet coat ; from a miniature by James Sharpless. Inscription : Ge: Washington (fac-simile signature). (right) Private plate. Line engraving [by H. B. Hall]. [New York, 1870 ?] F.
EM. 3392 Baker, no. 394.
Portrait: Edward VI., King of England. Half length; directed and facing slightly to the left, looking to the front; collar of St. George, hat with a small plume; below, to the left, two kneeling figures, one holding a picture of St. Thomas, St. Bartholomew, and the Saviour. Inscription : (on a tablet) King Edward VI. Line (partly colored). 8°.
EM. 3379 From A series of the kings and queens of England, London, 1817
Portrait: Cæsar (Sir Thomas). Half length; directed and facing slightly to the left, looking to the right; ruff and cap. Inscription : (left) No. 4. | from a Miniature. Sir Thos. Cæsar, K’nt. A Baron of the Exchequer; Born 1561; Died June Oth. 1621. Published Octr. 11. 1810, by Robt. Wilkinson, No. 58, Cornhill, London. With coat of arms. Stipple. 4o.
EM. 3380 Portrait: Rodney (Cæsar). Half length;. profile to the right. Inscription : Etchd. by H. B. Hall from Drawing in Collection of Dr. T. A. Emmet 1871. | Cæsar Rodney (fac-simile signature). [New York.] 'Fo.
EM. 3381 A private plate. For the drawing mentioned see EM. 1612.
Letter : Kollock (Jacob). Lewis, [Del.,] Jan. 26, 1764. To
Reports that a brig from Jamaica, one Fisher master, was stranded the day before; Polly, the daughter of his correspondent, continues in good health. A. L. S. 72 page. 8°.
EM. 3382 Letter : De Berdt (Dennis). London, Jan. 2, 1769. To the Select Men of Boston. Acknowledges letter of Nov. 12th with affidavits relating to the misbehavior of the troops; he carried them to Lord Hillsborough, who said he had already seen those from Gov. Pownal; thinks the latter is under the influence of that nobleman; he has now put the affidavits into the hands of a nobleman who is an invariable friend to the colonists; expresses sympathy with their position; they are grossly misrepresented, while misconduct of the officers and the military is always diminished; he hopes that they
I page. Fo.
Portrait : Gist (Mordecai). Half length ; by an order of the Council directing that the blankseated; uniform and cocked hat. Stipple engrav- ets collected by him be deposited with Gerard ing [by W. A. Wilmer]. 8°.
Hopkins of Baltimore. Signed, R. Ridgely Cl. Co. Unlettered. A pencil note reads, “From Longacre's Pri- On the back is printed Four Sections of an Act vate Collection." A proof before letter of the engraving in to promote the Recruiting Service, prescribing the National Portrait Gallery, vol. 4, Phila., 1839.
the duties of blanket collectors. 2 pp. F°. EM. 3396 View : Schuylkill River. Inscription :
Portrait : Washington (George). Bust ; di(left) Painted by J. Shaw. (right) Engraved by J.
rected and facing to the right, looking to the front; Hill. | View above the Falls of Schuylkill. Pub. lished by M. Carey & Son Philadelphia. Aquatint
plain clothes; oval within a rectangle. Inscription :
Engd by Wm. E. Marshall, from a Portrait by (colored). (1820 ?] Fo.
Gulligher, belonging to E. Belknap Esq. George Letter : North (Frederick), 2d Earl of Guilford.
Washington. Line. 8o.
EM. 3397 Walmer Castle, Sept. 20, 1782. To William Brum- Also in the Mass. Historical Society's Proceedings, vol. 3 mell (London). Acknowledges his letter on the (Boston, 1859) p. 309. Baker, no. 115. subject of George Brown's embarrassments, and View : West Point, N. Y. Inscription : encloses an answer to it stating what passed be. Drawn & Engraved by J. Smillie, from the origtween himself and Brown ; six months ago he wrote inal drawing made in 1780, by L'Enfant, Engineer; a similar letter to Lord Beauchamp, and understood
U. S. Army. West-Point, with its forti fications that the unjust suspicions against Brown had been &c. in 1780. Line. 4°.
EM. 3398 thereby removed ; if the Directors gave no credit Also in Irving's Washington, 4° ed., vol. 4 (N. Y., 1859)
P. 108. to that letter, he cannot expect that they will pay attention to this ; however, he has done what jus
Delaware.—Governor. By the President of tice and truth demanded. A. L, S. 2 pp. 4°
the Delaware State. A Proclamation [appointing EM. 3395
Nov. 28 as a day of thanksgiving; given Oct. 31, The address has been inserted separately, above the letter. 1782, by John Dickinson]. [Wilmington? 1782.] Document: Maryland.-Governor. Annap
EM. 3399 olis, Apr. 2,,1777. Appointment of Thomas Brooke Portrait : Harrison (Benjamin). Bust; after to be collector of blankets in the upper part of An- the painting in Independence Hall
. With fac-simile tietam Hundred, Washington County. Printed signature. Lithograph by Max Rosenthal. [Philaform filled in. D. S., Th Johnson Junr. Followed delphia, 1885?] Fo.
EM. 3400 THOMAS MCKEAN. Letter : McKean (Thomas). Philadelphia, brought up to strict military discipline in the regAug. 22, 1813. •[To T. M. Rodney? Wilmington, ular service. D. S., Wm: Hodge, Senr., Andw. Del.?] Acknowledges receipt of copy of Journal Hodge, Francis Alison, Jas Rose, Jno. Bayard. On of the Congress of 1765 printed in Niles's Register ; the back is a statement by Capt. Marion Lamar that he had had part of the proceedings reprinted from Wallace has behaved well as a sergeant in his comvolume 1 of Almon's American Tracts; describes pany.
EM. 3404 the voting on the Declaration of Independence ; his Wallace was appointed ensign in the Fourth Pennsylvania sending for Cæsar Rodney whose arrival changed Battalion, Jan. 5, 1776. the vote of Delaware ; signing of the document; Letter : Chew (Benjamin). [Philadelphia,] resolution in the secret Journal that no one should
Feb. 26, 1764. To
Mr. Byrne has just sit in Congress during that year unless he signed called on his way to Dover, and desires that the the declaration ; his name and that of Henry Wis- bundle of money found in Tom's desk should be ner omitted in the printed Journal ; some signed it sent to Chew, as he suspects that it may prove to who were not in Congress at the time ; his services be what was stolen by Festus; Byrne insists that in the militia and in the Delaware Convention. Tom shall receive his trial here; Chew suspends Lithograph fac-simile of an A. L. S. in possession judgment until the matter is more fully sifted. of T. M. Rodney. 3 pp. F°. With a view of A, L. S.
I page. 4o.
EM. 3405 McKean's residence in Philadelphia, described Portrait: Otis (James). Full length, standing; already as EM. 212.
directed to the left, facing and looking to the front. Also in Brotherhead's Book of the Signers, Phila., 1861, p. Inscription : ļJames Otis (fac-simile signature) 67.
From the original painting by Chappel in the possesLetter : McKean (Thomas). Philadelphia,
sion of the publishers. Johnson, Fry Cow Co. PubMar. 29, 1781. To Joseph Reed. He incloses the
lishers, New York. Entered according to act of two letters requested ; he has acted on both ; J.
Congress A. D. 1862 by Johnson, Fry & Co. in the Smith, John Jacks, and others of the Assembly
clerks office of the district court for the southern know his difficulties on these occasions, and they district of New York.] Line. 4°. EM. 3406 will forward any proper measures for strengthening
The inscription has been trimmed away. Also in Duyckthe hands of government. A. L. S. Endorsed. inck's National Portrait Gallery, vol. 1 (N. Y., 1861), p. 45. 2 page. Fo.
EM. 3402 Document: Harris (George). [Elizabeth Town, Printed in Penna. Archives, vol. 9 (Phila., 1854) p. 42. N. J.,] Sept. 8, 1729. Quitclaim making over to
Engraving : Pennsylvania, State. Coat of Jonathan Dayton his interest in a tract of land arms. Small line engraving. [Philadelphia ? 1850 ?] lying in the Great Meadows of Elizabeth Town.
Ď. S. Witnessed by Robert Ogden and Samuel
Whitehead. Endorsed. Letter : Hodge (William), and others. Phila
I page. Fo.
EM. 3407 delphia, Jan. 3, 1776. To the Committee of Safety. Mechanic (A). To the Tradesmen, Mechanics, They recommend Thomas Wallace for a lieutenancy &c. Of the Province of Pennsylvania [denouncing in the forces about to be raised; he has been the ministry and the tea-scheme, and urging stead.
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fast opposition). [Philadelphia, 1773.] 1 page. Fo.
EM. 3408 Hildeburn, no. 2949.
Letter : White (John). Annapolis, Mar. 23, 1789. To the Governor and Council of Maryland. He has been to New York to lay the claims of Maryland before the board appointed by Congress; enters at length upon the subject of the accounts of Maryland with the United States for expenses incurred during the war; recommends that certain additional claims should be sent forward, to conform with the charges made by Pennsylvania and other states; in the case of the moneys advanced to the state for continental purposes, the question of depreciation previous to expenditure must be considered. A. L. S. 9 pp. F'.
EM. 3409 White (John). Annapolis, June 1, 1785. The subscriber, having been duly appointed to succeed the late Mr. Nourse as commissioner to settle the accounts between the United States and the state of Maryland (gives notice that all claimants must present their demands at his office within twelve months]. [Annapolis, 1785.]
EM, 3410 Portrait : Dallas (Alexander James). Half length; directed and facing to the left, looking to the front. Inscription : (above, right) 30 (below, left) Painted by G. Stuart. (centre) Published by W. H. Morgan 114 Chesnut St. Philada. 1818. (right) Engrav'd by Goodman & Piggot. | A. J. Dallas Esq. Stipple. Fo.
EM. 3411 Portrait : Thomson (Charles). Bust; directed, facing, and looking to the front. Inscription : Charles Thomson, Secretary of the Continental Con. gress. Lithograph [by Max Rosenthal ?] [Philadelphia, 1885?] "8o.
EM. 3412 United States.-Congress, Continental, 17751789. In Congress. December 31, 1776. Resolved (that restrictions on the exportation of staves, except to places under the dominion of Great Britain, cease]. Baltimore : Printed by John Dunlap (1776). i page. 4°.
EM. 3413 See Journals of Congress, Dec. 31, 1776.
View : Philadelphia, Penn. Seven small oval views, with vine-leaf borders. Inscriptions : Hall of Independence-front. Hall of Independence
Carpenters' Hall. House in which the Declaration was written, S. W. Corner Market and Seventh Sts. Carpenters' Hall-interior. Hall of Independence-interior. Signing of the Declara. tion of Independence (after Trumbull]. Bowen & Co. lith. Philada. Lithograph. [1860?] Fo.
EM. 3414 Letter : Dean (Joseph). Continental Ferry, Jan. 24, 1781. To William Moore, Philadelphia. Col. [Lewis) Farmer will want certain quantities of cloth, shirts, shoes, etc.; unless these articles are now on the road, he will be entirely out of clothing tomorrow, and it is to be feared that the soldiers will begin to be troublesome; the New Jersey line has revolted; they are posted near Chatham with two pieces of artillery. A. L. S.
EM. 3415 The address has been pasted upon the back. Printed in Penna. Archives, vol. 8 (Phila., 1853) p. 712.
Portrait : Miles (Samuel). Half length; directed and facing to the right, looking to the front.
With fac-simile signature. Line and mezzotint. 4o.
EM. 3416 The same engraving on smaller paper is to be found in Penna. Archives, 2d ser., vol. 10 (Harrisburg, 1880) p. 191.
Portrait: Adams (John). Inscription : En. graved by J. B. Longacre from a Painting by B. Otis after the Portrait by G. Stuart. John Adams.
John Adams (fac-simile signature) (right) Printed by H. Quig. Stipple. 8°.
EM. 3417 A pencil note states that it is a “Proof from Longacre's Collection." Also in the National Portrait Gallery, vol. (Phila., 1839) frontispiece.
Portrait : Howe (William), 5th Viscount Howe. Half length; directed to the front, facing and looking downward to the left. Inscription : J. Rogers. Gen. Sir William Howe British Commander in Chief, &c. &c. (From an English print, 1777.) (right) Printed by W. Pate. W. Howe (fac-simile signature). New York G. P. Putnam & Co. Etching. Fo.
EM. 3418 The same engraving. on smaller paper, is to be found also in Irving's Washington, 4° ed., vol. 2 (N. Y., 1857) p. 250.
Portrait : Hale (Sir Matthew). Three quarters length; directed and facing slightly to the right, looking to the front; right hand at girdle, scroll in left; ermine robes. Inscription : (on a tablet) Sr. Matthew Hale K?. Lord Chief Justice of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench. (below, left) Michael Wright pinxt. (right) Geo : Vertue sculp: 1735. | From an Original painting in Guildhall London. With coat of arms. Line. F'. EM. 3419
This is probably the engraving mentioned by Bromley, p. 139, as prefixed to Hale's Pleas of the Crown, London, 1736.
Portrait : Cromwell (Oliver). Half length; directed and facing to the right, looking to the front; in armor; oval frame within a rectangle. Inscription : (on a tablet) Olivier Cromwel, Pro. tector Angliæ. Line. [Paris? 1700?] Fo.
EM. 3420 Portrait : Huntington (Samuel). Half length; profile to the left. Inscription : Engraved by J. C. Buttre, New York. Samel. Huntington (fac. simile signature) Samuel Huntington, LL.D. Governor of Connecticut and President of Congress. Line and mezzotint. 8o.
EM. 3421 Also in J. C. Buttre's American Portrait Gallery, vol. 1, N. Y., 1877, and in E. D. Larned's History of Windham County, vol. 2 (Worcester, 1880) p. 236.
Portrait : Hanson (John). Bust; directed slightly to the right, facing and looking to the front. Inscription : Etchd. by H. B. Hall from the original in the State House, Philadelphia, 1871.
| Dr. John Hanson. John Hanson (fac-simile signature). [New York.] Fo.
EM. 3422 A private plate.
Portrait : Drayton (William Henry). Bust; profile to the left. Inscription : Etchd. by H. B. Hall, Morrisania, N. Y. 1872. | William Henry Drayton. Wm. Hy, Drayton (fac-simile signature). Fo.
EM. 3423 A private plate.
Portrait : Howe (William), 5th Viscount Howe, Bust; directed to the front, facing and looking to the right; uniform and cocked hat. Inscription : Etchd by II. B. Hall, Morrisania, N. Y. 1872. | Gen. Sir William Howe. W Howe (fac-simile signature). Fo.
EM. 3424 A private plate.