The Capital and the Bay: Narratives of Washington and the Chesapeake Bay Region, ca. 1600-1925
An account of Virginia :
Address delivered at Philadelphia, on the 19th of October, 1876, the day set apart for memorial exercises on the part of Maryland at the Centennial celebration ...
Address of Hon. Christopher C. Cox, lieutenant governor, delivered in the Senate chamber, Annapolis, January 10, 1866.
Address of Joseph Segar, to the voters of the Norfolk district. (From the Norfolk Day book.)
Addresses at the dinner to the President of the United States by the citizens of Washington under the auspices of the Board of trade and Chamber of commerce, Saturday evening, May eighth, nineteen hundred and nine.
American court gossip;
Argument of Henry Addison in behalf of the corporate authorities and almost the entire population of Georgetown, D.C., against the petition of Col. Roberts and twelve other citizens to cede away a large portion of the territory of said city.
As I remember;
At and near the capital:
Autobiography of John E. Massey;
The autobiography of Stephen Collins, M.D.
Baltimore and the nineteenth of April 1861;
Baltimore illustrated in albertype.
A brief outline of the rise, progress, and failure of the revolutionary scheme of the nineteen Van Buren electors of the Senate of Maryland, in the months of September, October, and November, 1836 ...
A brief statement of facts, shewing the importance of a bridge over the river Susquehanna, at Connowingo creek,
Calamity at Richmond,
The Calvert papers.
Camilla, or, Twenty-four hours on the Potomac.
A candid appeal to the freemen of Maryland on the projected removal of their seat of government.
The Chesapeake illustrated.
The chronicles of Baltimore :
Correspondence of the governor of Virginia with the governor of Maryland and the authorities of Accomac County, Va.;
The curious adventures, painful experience, and laughable difficulties of a man of letters while traveling as a peddler in the South during the late Harper's Ferry excitement.
Description of a visit to Washington,
Description of the Dismal Swamp and a proposal to drain the swamp /
The development of Washington with special reference to the Lincoln memorial.
A discourse occasioned by the burning of the theatre in the city of Richmond, Virginia, on the twenty-sixth of December, 1811.
"A discourse of Virginia."
The discovery of New Brittaine.
The Dismal Swamp and Lake Drummond.
The District in the XVIIIth century;
Etiquette of social life in Washington.
An exact and authentic narrative, of the events which took place in Baltimore, on the 27th and 28th of July last.
Exhibit of the shocking oppression and injustice suffered for sixteen months by John Randel, Jun., Esq., contractor for the eastern section of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, from Judge Wright, engineer in chief, and late majority of the Board of Directors ...
The first forty years of Washington society,
Frederick Douglass :
A Frenchman in Virginia;
The generall historie of Virginia, New England & the Summer Isles :
An historical account of some memorable actions, particularly in Virginia;
The history of Virginia, in four parts.
In war time.
The inaugural address of Thomas H. Hicks, governor of Maryland, delivered in the Senate chamber, at Annapolis, Wednesday, January 13th, 1858.
John F. W. Ware and his work for the freedmen.
Journal of a young lady of Virginia, 1782.
Journal of an excursion, from Troy, N.Y., to Gen. Carr's head quarters at Wilson's landing (Fort Pocahontas) on the James river, Va., during the month of May, 1865.
A journey to the land of Eden, and other papers /
The lake of the Great Dismal,
A letter from Mr, John Clayton rector of Crofton at Wakefield in Yorkshire, to the Royal Society, May 12, 1688.
Letter of Henry Addison, esq., on behalf of the corporation of Georgetown, to the Hon. A. G. Brown, chairman of the Senate committee on the District of Columbia, touching the memorial of Capt. B. S. Roberts.
Letters from a senator's wife,
Letters of Joseph Jones of Virginia, 1777-1787.
The letters of the British spy.
The life and adventures of Robert Bailey, from his infancy up to December, 1821.
The life and diary of John Floyd, governor of Virginia, an apostle of secession and the father of the Oregon country,
The life worth living,
Memoir of Lieut. Col. Tench Tilghman, secretary and aid to Washington :
A memoir on the rise, progress, and present state of the Chesapeake and Delaware canal,
Memoirs and sketches of the life of Henry Robinson Pollard;
Memoirs of Governor William Smith, of Virginia.
Memorial of inhabitants of the District of Columbia, praying for the gradual abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia.
Memories of three score years and ten,
A metrical description of a fancy ball given at Washington, 9th April, 1858.
Narrative of events in the life of William Green, (formerly a slave.)
Narrative of events which occured in Baltimore town during the Revolutionary War.
A narrative of the leading incidents of the organization of the first popular movement in Virginia in 1865 to re-establish peaceful relations between the northern and southern states,
Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass, an American slave /
A narrative of the life of Rev. Noah Davis, a colored man,
The national capital.
Notes on the state of Virginia.
The official letters of Alexander Spotswood, lieutenant-governor of the colony of Virginia, 1710-1722,
Old Virginia days and ways;
The Olivia letters;
One hundred years ago;
The Patapsco and other poems.
Personal recollections of early Washington and a sketch of the life of Captain William Easby.
Photographic views and description of the great Baltimore $175,000,000 fire, February 7, 8, 9, 1904.
The poets and poetry of Cecil County, Maryland.
A portrait of the evils of democracy,
Presidents and pies;
Proscription in Maryland.
Recollection of men and things at Washington, during the third of a century.
The recollections of a Virginia newspaper man ,
Recollections of a lifetime,
Recollections of a long life on the Eastern Shore /
A record of events in Norfolk County, Virginia, from April 19th, 1861, to May 10th, 1862, with a history of the soldiers and sailors of Norfolk County, Norfolk City and Portsmouth, who served in the Confederate States army or navy.
Relatio itineris in Marylandiam :
A relation of Maryland :
A relation of the successefull beginnings of the Lord Baltemore's plantation in Mary-land;
Remarks of John McMahon, in the House of delegates of Maryland, on 28th january, 1824, on the bill to confirm an act, entitled An an [!] act to extend to all the citizens of Maryland the same civil rights and religious privileges that are enjoyed under the Constitution of the U. States.
Remarks of Mr. Ely Moore, of New York, in the House of representatives, February 4, 1839,
Remarks on the theatre, and on the late fire at Richmond, in Virginia.
Reminiscences of Baltimore,
Reminiscences of Georgetown, D.C. :
Reminiscences of the District of Columbia;