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1   (Circular.) : Sir, We respectfully submit to your serious consideration the following details
2   (Confidential.) : Sir, I have always thought that nothing conduced more to a speedy and favourable termination of negotiations ... than a frank and explicit statement of the situation and motives of the contracting parties
3   1853. Portsmouth to the Shoals. ... Steam Grace Darling. Capt. Samuel Billings. ... S.R. Cleaves, agent. Portsmouth, July 8, 1853
4   1896. Time table. Steamer Munnatawket between Fishers Island and New London. ... Munnatawket Hotel, A.T. Hale, manager. Thirty minutes from New London. ... Fishers Island, N.Y
5   2 2 Reward of merit. This certifies, that [Abigail Lovejoy] by diligence and good behaviour, merits the approbation of [her] friends and instruct[ress. J.D. Scoby]
6   Albany, August 6, 1832 : Gentlemen: In behalf of a number of our most distinguished and respected fellow citizens in different parts of the state, I take the liberty of sending you the enclosed circular, soliciting the discontinuance of the sale and use of ardent spirits on board of our public steam ...
7   Arrangement of the fleet of steam-boats, on Friday, 4th November,1825
8   Bathing by electric light at Manhattan Beach. Manhattan Beach, Coney Island, by the way of Bay Ridge. Steamers Thos. Collyer, D.R. Martin, Twilight. Time Table. ... Starin's Excursions
9   Bay Ridge Landing. Manhattan Beach, Coney Island, by the way of Bay Ridge. Steamers Thos. Collyer, D.R. Martin, Twilight. Time Table. ... Starin's Excursions
10   Bird's eye view of Alexandria, Va. No. 3. C
11   Bullis' steam freight line between Newburgh & Albany landing at intermediate places. ... The steamboat John Taylor ... Newburgh, July 26, 1848
12   Bunker Hill Convention. For Plymouth, to return to Boston : For the accommodation of the Cape inhabitants, who wish to attend the Whig Convention, on Bunker Hill, September 10th, the substantial and commodious Steamer Hope Capt. Van Pelt
13   Charleston, Savannah and Florida Steam Packet Co
14   Charleston, Savannah and Florida Steam Packet Co
15   Circular : Sir, Appointed by a large and respectable meeting of citizens of Philadelphia, a committee to promote the establishment of a line of communication by steam-boats and stages between Norfolk and Charleston, as an extension of the line already in operation between this city and Norfolk, we t ...
16   Compliments of S.E. Harthan, proprietor. Steam yacht Zephyr. Waushacum Lake and Park. ... During Camp Meeting week. Do not fail to visit the beautiful Waushacum Lake and park before returning home, and enjoy a delightful sail
17   Compliments of S.E. Harthan, proprietor. Steam yacht Zephyr. Waushacum Lake and Park. ... Incomplete will be the day's pleasure spent at Waushacum Lake without a delightful sail on the Steam yacht "Zephyr" ... the far famous Mt. Wachusett in the distance to the northwest, and the beautiful and attra ...
18   Daily down the Bay excursion. ... Daily family excursions down theBay. Philadelphia's favorite iron excursion steamer, Thomas Clyde. To Woodland Beach, stopping at Pennsgrove each way
19   Evening line of boats direct from Troy to New York, in connection with the rail road line between Buffalo & Troy. ... July 1848
20   Express boat New York and Long Branch. Three daily trips. Direct to the ocean pier. Leave New York, pier 3 ... Leave Long Branch Ocean pier, ... The entirely new & fast steamer, City of Richmond. Grand excursion to Long Branch steamers Crystenah and City of Richmond,
21   Federal Hill. Reminiscence of Baltimore Md
22   For a summer day. ... It is only recently that this pleasant region has been made comfortably accessible by boat; and the trim little "City of Holyoke" is sure to more than ever popularize it as the mecca for pleasant pilgrimages on a summer day. This dainty little steamer will make hourly trips on ...
23   For New York! Inland route via Norwich : Conductor of the train accompanies the passengers through to N.York. Express train of passenger cars leaves the Worcester r.r. station this afternoon at 5 1-2 o'clock, connecting at Allyn's Point with the magnificent steamer Worcester! Commander Jerome W.Will ...
24   For New-York via New Port. ... The steamer Rhode-Island Captain Manchester ... Providence, 1846
25   Fort Federal Hill, Baltimore, Md. 2
26   Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Md. 1
27   Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Md. 2
28   The Great Eastern's coming : Composed inforty-three minutes,
29   The Great Eastern, the wonder of the world!
30   Great northern & western route via Oswego, Toronto, andCollingwood ... 1856 ... Passengers leaving Boston ... they connect with the magnificent steamers ... N.H. Knapp, ag't, Boston
31   Great western U.S. mail route! Mich'n Southern Rail Road line. 1855. For Chicago, St. Louis ... H.B. Ritchie, agent, Buffalo
32   Hill & Swayze's Confederate States rail-road & steam-boat guide : containing the time-tables, fares, connections and distances on all the rail-roads of the Confederate States : also, the connecting lines of rail-roads, steam-boats and stages : and will be accompanied by a complete guide to the princ ...
33   The Hudson River by daylight. Steamers Albany, C. Vibbard Day Line Steamers. ... New York ticket offices: Vestry St. Pier, 22d St. ... Brooklyn Annex- Foot Fulton St., Brooklyn
34   The Hudson River by daylight. Steamers Albany, C. Vibbard Day Line Steamers. ... New York ticket offices: Vestry St. Pier, 22d St. ... Brooklyn Annex- Foot Fulton St., Brooklyn. Saratoga. Express leaves Albany 7.05p.m. arriving at Saratoga ... Owen Jones Sons, 8th Ave.cor. 19th Street. Dry goods ... ...
35   Lake Erie steam-boat Walk-in-the-Water, Jedediah Rogers, master, will,during the present season, sail on the following days
36   Lake-Champlain steam-boats, Phoenix & Congress : The Lake Champlain Steam-Boat Company have the pleasure of informing the public, that their new steam boat Phoenix is nearly completed
37   Lakeside House, Westminster Park, is now open for the season of 1891, and will be ready to accommodate picnic and pleasure parties at short notice. Steamer Wachusett ... Thos. E. Griswold, Westminster,Mass
38   Letter from Francis H. Jenks, of Baltimore, to Samuel Lawrence, of Boston, in relation to the establishment of coastwise steam navigation from Boston, with more especial reference to a line between Boston and Baltimore
39   Life on the Mississippi
40   The management of the steamer Empire State ... July 1st, 1882, for a three hours' sail down the harbor. The steamer leaves BatteryWharf
41   Manhattan Beach by way of Bay Ridge North Shore Island Ferry. Starin's Staten Island excursions! Eleven miles for ten cents. A refreshing and delightful sail over New York Bay to Staten Island ... A grand excursion pavillion connects directly with the Whitehall Station of the elevated rail roads. .. ...
42   Mitchell and Kenyon . 206, , Steamboats at Blackpool North Pier, 1903
43   Mitchell and Kenyon . 207, , Steamboats at Blackpool North Pier, 1903
44   Mitchell and Kenyon . 208, , Steamboats at Blackpool North Pier, Deerhound, 1903
45   Mitchell and Kenyon . 230, , S.S. Mongolian leaving the Clyde, 1906
46   The Narrows. Waushacum Park. Steamer Sterling, Waushacum Lake Camp ground landing ... The Steam yacht "Sterling" will make half-hourly trips every day between Sterling camp ground ... and Washington grove and park
47   Nathan Read: his invention of the multi-tubular boiler and portable high-pressure engine
48   New arrangement. ... The steamer John R. Vintonm, Capt. Allen, ... in connection with the Providence & Worcester Railroads, and will make daily excursions [1848]
49   New steam boat : Proposals for raising by subscription 100,000 dollars, in shares of 100 dollars each, to build a packet, of the burthen of 350 tons, to be propelled by steam, and to run from New-York to Charleston
50   New York Freight! Norwich Line. 1858. .... From Boston to New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore ... Boston, July 26, 1858
51   Newport via Providence. On and after July 20, 1848, ther steamerPerry, Captain Woolsey, will run between Providence and Newport, connecting with the trains of Providence and Worcester Railroad
52   Niagara Falls and Lake Ontario Oswego and Syracuse route
53   Notice. Railroad & steamboat excursion : On and after July 5th, 1848, the steamer John R. Vinton, Capt. Allen, will connect with trains of Providence and Worcester Railroad, as follows
54   O what a row, or The adventures of a steam ship
55   O what a row, or The adventures of a steam ship
56   O! what a row, or The adventures of a steam ship
57   Off Castle Garden. Manhattan Beach, Coney Island, by the way of Bay Ridge. Steamers Thos. Collyer, D.R. Martin, Twilight. Time Table. ... Starin's Excursions
58   Off Governors Island, Fort Columbus. Manhattan Beach, Coney Island, by the way of Bay Ridge. Steamers Thos. Collyer, D.R. Martin, Twilight. Time table. ... Starin's excursions
59   Old times on the Mississippi
60   Only line with sure connection!! ... United States mail steamers for California! ... The United States Mail Steamship Co. will dispatch for Aspinwall on Monday, October 6th, [1856]
61   Only line with sure connection!! Reduced prices for July 5th!! [1856] ... United States mail steamers for California! ... double engine steamship Illinois
62   Only line with sure connection!! U.S. Mail line. ... Via Panama railroad. United States mail steamers for California! ... will dispatch for Aspinwall on Friday, December 5th [1856]
63   Only line with sure connection!! U.S. Mail Line. ... Via Panama Railroad. United States mail steamers for California! ... will dispatch for Aspinwall on Saturday, December 20th [1856]
64   The original steam-boat supported; or, A reply to James Rumsey's pamphlet : shewing the true priority of John Fitch, and the false datings &c. of James Rumsey
65   The original steam-boat supported; or, A reply to Mr. James Rumsey's pamphlet : Shewing the true priority of John Fitch, and the false datings, &c. of James Rumsey
66   Overslaugh nullified! ... The new and splendid steamer Diamond! Capt. A. Flower, will leave for New York, from the foot of Lydius-St. ... [Wednesday] Sept. [8] 1841
67   Panorama of Charleston
68   Panorama of Charleston
69   Panorama of Nashville
70   Panorama water front and Brooklyn Bridge from East River
71   People's Line. For New York ... From the foot of State-Street! ... The steam boat Utica ... will leave ... Albany, [Sept. 8] 1841
72   Philadelphia, September 21, 1789 : As John Fitch has procured a number of handbills, containing his petition and remonstrance to the House of Assembly ... I hope this will be deemed a sufficient apology for my throwing together remarks on some parts of the said petition and remonstrance
73   Phillips phonograph. Devoted to the local interests of No. Franklin, its summer resorts, sporting notes, &c. vol. 3, Phillips, Franklin County, Maine, May 28, 1881, no. 38. ... Compliments of theeditor. ... Phillips & Rangeley Stage Line and steamerMollychunkamunk, season of 1881 time-table,
74   Pilot boats in New York harbor
75   Plainfield Central School [Charlie French] has been perfect this [2 marks] no. of credits [400] no. of extras, [9] date [Dec 23] 18[70 M.L. Reed] teacher
76   Portsmouth to the Shoals. Steam Grace Darling will commence her regular trips ... this day ... S.R. Cleaves, agent. Portsmouth, July8. [1853?]
77   Presented to [A.M. illegible] by [M.A.B.] Inst
78   Presented to [J Libby] by [J Hanscom] inst
79   Presented to [Sidney Phillips] by [E.C. Sturtevant] inst
80   Programme of Coit Excursion, for 1872 : Leave Worcester, July 23, at 8 o'clock A.M., by special train ... arriving in Boston at 9:30 and will march to Commercial Wharf, where the splendid steamer, New Brunswick, Capt. S.H. Pike, will be in readiness to receive the party
81   Remarks on Mr. John Fitch's reply to Mr. James Rumsey's pamphlet
82   Reward of merit presented to [Albert Lucy by Wm. A. Currier.]
83   Reward of merit presented to [Almira E. Lake. By John H.A.Bachelder.]
84   Reward of merit presented to [blank] by [blank] instructor
85   Reward of merit presented to [blank] by [blank] instructor
86   Reward of merit presented to [Calvin Haskell] by [Joanna H. Davis] instructor
87   Reward of merit presented to [George Hillyard] by [his teacher, S.A. Doe.] Worship to God alone belongs, worship to him alone we give, his be our hearts & his our songs. And to his glory we would live
88   Reward of merit presented to [Harriet W. Swett] by [Wm A. Currier] instructor
89   Reward of merit presented to [Libby] by [S. Brown,] instructor
90   Reward of merit presented to [Lillie Turner] as an honorable testimony of approbation for industry punctuality and good conduct. [W.E. Thompson] teacher
91   Reward of merit presented to [Mr Albert Keach] by [H.M. Bixby] instructor
92   Reward of merit presented to [Zenas Worden] by [D.H.C.]
93   Reward of merit presented to [Zenas Worden] by [D.H.C.]
94   Reward of merit Remember thy creator ... Presented to [Edwin Libby] by [Joshua Hanscom Steam boat "Carolina"]
95   Reward of merit Remember thy creator. ... Presented to [Sylvanas.]By [Eugene A. Brown]
96   Reward of merit the bearer [Miss Ellen Woodbury] receives this as a token of my approbation. [S. Smith.]
97   Reward of merit this certifies that [blank] by diligence and good behaviour merits the approbation of [blank] instructor. [blank]
98   Reward of merit. Presented to [Master Theodore Paine] for diligence and good behavior by [Mary P. Foster] [April 18 1844]
99   Reward of merit. Presented to [Miss Martha B Rogers] for h[er] diligent application to study, punctuality in attendence, and exemplary behaviour. [L Davis] instruct.[ress]
100   Reward of merit. Presented to [Mr. Albert L. Kingsbury] for h[is] diligent application to study, punctuality in attendence, and exemplary behaviour. [L. Wetherell] instruct
101   Reward of merit. This certifies that [blank] by diligence and attention to [blank] studies, merits my approbation. [blank] Inst
102   Reward of merit. This certifies that [Nathan J.H. Willes] by diligence and good behaviour merits the approbation of [his] instructor. [blank]
103   Rules and regulations for the government of pilots : Revised and adopted by the Board of Supervising Inspectors October 17, 1857; and to take effect from and after January 1, 1858. In compliance with the provisions of the 29th section of act of Congress, entitled "An act to amend an act entitled An ...
104   Sailings for 1849. British and North American Royal Mail Steam Ships, appointed by the admiralty to sail between Liverpool and Boston and between Liverpool and New York
105   Seek ye me and ye shall live. Series 47. Up the Hudson! Regular Sunday morning boat for Newburgh, the large and commodious steamer Long Branch will make a grand family excursion to Newburgh, and IonaIsland, landing at Yonkers, West Point, and Cold Spring
106   A short treatise on the application of steam : whereby is clearly shewn, from actual experiments that steam may be applied to propel boats or vessels of any burthen against rapid currents with great velocity. Great velocity. [sic] : The same principles are also introduced with effect, by a machine o ...
107   A short treatise on the application of steam : whereby is clearly shewn, from actual experiments, that steam may be applied to propel boats or vessels of any burthen against rapid currents with great velocity. : The same principles are also introduced with effect, by a machine of a simple and cheap ...
108   A short treatise on the application of steam : whereby is clearly shewn, from actual experiments, that steam may be applied to propel boats or vessels of any burthen, against rapid currents, with great velocity. : The same principles are also introduced with effect, by a machine of a simple and chea ...
109   Skyscrapers of New York City, from the North River
110   Starin's Alpine Grove on the Hudson. Excursion office: Foot Cortlandt St. Starin's Glen Island, New Rochelle Harbor, Long Island Sound. Commencing July 6th, 1880. The elegant steamers Laura M. Starin andSt. Nicholas ... Starin's excursions
111   Starin's excursion pavilion, foot Whitehall St. Manhattan Beach Coney Island, by the way of Bay Ridge. Steamers Thos. Collyer, D.R. Martin and Matteawan. Time table commencing June, 17th, 1880. ... Starin's excursions
112   Starin's fleet off the battery, N.Y. Harbor excursion office: Foot Cortlandt St. Starin's Glen Island, New Rochelle Harbor, Long Island Sound. Commencing July 6th, 1880 the elegant steamers Laura M. Starin and St. Nicholas ... Starin's excursions
113   Starin's Glen Island Long Island Sound a day summer resort. Starin's Glen Island, Long Island Sound. Most attractive day summer resort in America ... Commencing Thursday, June 9th, 1881. Popular steamers Thomas Collyer, Laura M. Starin and Sylvan Dell
114   Starin's Glen Island Long Island Sound. A day summer resort. ... Most attractive day summer resort in America ... Commencing Saturday, May 28th, 1881. Popular steamers Thomas Collyer, Laura M. Starin and Sylvan Dell
115   Starin's Glen Island Long Island Sound. A day summer resort. Change of time! North Shore Staten Island, for New Brighton, Sailor's Snug Harbor, West Brighton, Port Richmond and Elm Park. ... On and after Tuesday, May 24th, 1881
116   Starin's Glen Island, New Rochelle Harbor, Long Island Sound excursion office: Foot Cortlandt St. Manhattan Beach Coney Island, by the way of Bay Ridge. Steamers Thos. Collyer, D.R. Martin and Matteawan. Time table commencing June, 17th, 1880. ... Starin's excursions
117   Steam boat accommodation stage : The Marshfield and Hingham Steam-Boat Accommodation Stage, under the present arrangements of the steam-boat General Lincoln, will leave Rodger's Tavern, in Marshfield
118   Steam boats : we the subscribers hereby certify that we have examined with care and attention the steam boat built here, under the patent of Mr. Daniel French
119   Steam Towing on the Delaware Bay, River and Schuylkill by the tugs Lizzie Crawford, Capt. E.W. Cain. ... B.S. Kimball ... Philadelphia
120   Steam-boat Bellona. Old Union Line for Philadelphia ... and the only steam-boat line to New-Brunswick. ... July 6, 1820
121   Steamboats come true : American inventors in action
122   The steamer 1850 ... Maid of the Mist ... Will ply during the season between the Suspension Bridge (Bellvue) and Niagra Falls
123   Steamship conquest of the world
124   Sunday, July 25, 1880 down the Ohio! Second grand steamboat excursion to Louisville! (Via Madison.) ... For further information enquire ofH.R. Dering, G.P. & tkt. ag't, Louisville
125   Take a trip on the Escort! You will enjoy it. I did. Time table. Steamer Escort. The steamer Escort, lying at Battery Wharf, (near East Boston North Ferry), leaves Boston daily for Salem, Lowell Island, and Gloucester
126   This certifies, that [blank] for diligence and good conduct in school,merits my approbation. [blank] Inst
127   Time and money saved! ...1857. ... Grand Trunk Railway to Chicago ... from Portland ... Passengers at Toronto can take steamers ... to Buffalo ... Wm. Flowers ... agent ... Bangor, Me
128   Time table of the Hudson River steamer "Mary Powell." Owen Jones, dry goods, fancy goods, &c. Eighth Ave. cor. 19th St. N.Y. The highlands of the Hudson River by daylight. For New York and Philadelphia. The steamer Mary Powell will leave daily, Sundays excepted, as follows
129   To the honorable representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania : The petition and remonstrance of JohnFitch, of the city of Philadelphia. Respectfully sheweth, that your petitioner hath seen the printed bill for granting to James Rumsey certain inventions
130   A token of esteem approbation reward of merit this certifies that [LP Bixby] by diligence and good behaviour merits the approbation of [his]instructor. [S.A. Aldrich.]
131   A token of esteem approbation reward of merit this certifies that [Miss C.F. Everett] by diligence and good behaviour merits the approbation of [her] instructor. [A.R. Bucknam ; Cornelia Workman]
132   U.S. naval expedition no. 3
133   U.S. naval expedition no. 3
134   U.S. naval expedition no. 3
135   US. naval expedition no. 5
136   US. naval expedition no. 5
137   US. naval expedition no. 6
138   US. naval expedition no. 6
139   US. naval expedition no. 6
140   World's fair in America : Railroad and steamboat meeting. A meeting of delegates of the various railroad and steamboat companies, was held on Thursday last, at the Astor House, to take into consideration the increased facilities that will be required by the public, on the occasion of holding a World ...
141   [Soldiers and sailors boarding a ship near a steamboat]
142   試造氣行輪船始末
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