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Page 115 - PLAN OF THE CITY OF WASHINGTON IN THE TERRITORY OF COLUMBIA, CEDED BY THE STATES OF VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, AND BY THEM ESTABLISHED AS THE SEAT OF THEIR GOVERNMENT, AFTER THE YEAR MDCCC.
Page 34 - I deem the duty, now performed at the request of the president and directors of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, and the corporations of the District of Columbia, one of the most fortunate incidents of my life.
Page 114 - Plan of the city of Washington, in the territory of Columbia, ceded by the states of Virginia and Maryland to the United States of America and by them established as the seat of their government after the year 1800.
Page 20 - States, with the names, force, and condition of all ships and vessels belonging to the United States, and when and where built...
Page 19 - Eminent and representative men of Virginia and the District of Columbia of the nineteenth century.
Page 186 - September last to inquire into the causes and particulars of the invasion of the city of Washington by the British forces in the month of August, 1814.
Page 79 - An act providing a permanent form of government for the District of Columbia...
Page 194 - A Narrative of the Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans, under Generals Ross, Pakenham, and Lambert, in the years 1814 and 1815; with some account of the countries visited.
Page 122 - PLAN of the CITY intended for the Permanent SEAT of the Government of the UNITED STATES Projected agreeable to the direction of the PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES in pursuance of an ACT of CONGRESS passed the sixteenth day of July, MDCCXC, "establishing the Permanent Seat on the bank of the Potowmac.