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PLAN / of the / MALL / with the adjoining Streets and Avenues; the rela- / tive position of the Capitol, President's / House, and other Public Buildings; and particularly the improvement / of that part of the Mall situated between 7th and 12th Streets; / with a view to a Botanic Garden, connected with the estab- / lishment of the Smithsonian Institution, proposed to be in / charge of the National Institution for the promotion of / Science  +
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Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences in Arch Street between 2 0/11 and Front North Side in 1817. / A party consisting of Messrs Maclure Ord Say & Peale went this year to Florida to collect specimens and returned with a large number. The above is the first building appropriated for that purpose. D.J Kennedy.  +
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Salt Sulphur Spring, 1857. Monroe County VA  +
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Sketch of Col'l. John Mayo's house at the Hermitage near Richmond, Virginia.  +
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The Lower Bridge on Schuylkill at Gray's Ferry 5 [-]ber 1816  +
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The South West Prospect of the Seat of Colonel George Boyd of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, New England, 1774.  +
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View ''from Belmont Pennsyl.<sup>a</sup> the Seat of'' Judge Peters. / Drawn Engraved & Published by W. Birch Springland near Bristol Pennsyl.<sup>a</sup>  +
View ''from the'' Elysian Bower, ''Springland Pennsylv<sup>a</sup> the residence of'' M.<sup>r</sup> W. Birch. / Drawn Engraved & Published by W. Birch Springland near Bristol Pennsyl.<sup>a</sup>  +
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View of Mount Vernon looking to the North. July 17th, 1796. The portico faces to the East.  +
View of Mount Vernon looking towards the South West  +
View to the North from the Lawn at Mount Vernon  +
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Woodville, The Seat of R. Beresford, Esq.  +
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[Upper left] Choice flower seeds & Dahlia Roots. / [Middle] Rob.<sup>t</sup> Buist, Nurseryman & Florist. / [Upper right] Hyacinths, Tulips & other Dutch Bulbs. / [Lower middle] City Establishment No. 140 South 12<sup>th</sup> Street, Philadelphia. Green House, Hothouse & Ornamental Plants & Shrubbery carefully packed for exportation.  +
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[bottom left] Ashley Hall; [bottom right] 1803  +
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[bottom middle] Elevation of the South front of the President's house, copied from the design as proposed to be altered in 1807 / [bottom margin] Je n'aime [ . . . ] ne courez pas.  +
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[center] A Draught of John Bartram's House and Garden as it appears / from the River 1758 / [key; left] 1. My Study / 2. Common Flower Garden / 3. upper Kitchen Garden / 4. the Lower Kitchen Garden / 5.6. Walks 150 yards long / of a moderate descent  +
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[left] A View of Bethlehem, one of the Brethern's Principal Settlements, in Pensylvania, North America. / [right] Vue de Betlehem, l'un des principaux établissement des Frères Moraves en Pensilvanie, Amérique septentrionale.  +

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