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Thu Oct 16 18:03:29 2014 UTClccn-n500108740.00Griechische und römische münzen aus dem Bestize des Rev. Percy Barron (Whyteleafe) und eines bekannten englishen Gelehrten0.721.00Lewis Evans' karta över Pehr Kalms resor /77095575Lewis_Evans_(controversialist)n 5001087446378lccn-n50016149Turner, James-1759egrlccn-n85031378Gipson, Lawrence Henry1880-1971lccn-n79043402Franklin, Benjamin1706-1790prtlccn-n80038455Pownall, Thomas1722-1805lccn-n84140169Gist, Christopher-1759lccn-no2009044362Mulkearn, Loisedtlccn-n85316910Hall, David1714-1772prtlccn-n50042334Klinefelter, Walter1899-1987lccn-n85372427New JerseyCourt of Chancerylccn-n96078262Bond, BenjaminEvans, Lewis1700?-1756MapsHistoryTrials, litigation, etcMusicFictionPortraitsTeenagers--Mental healthAdolescent psychopathologyBehavioral assessment of teenagersMental illness--TreatmentUnited StatesMiddle Atlantic StatesTravelIroquois IndiansOhio River ValleyEvans, Lewis,PennsylvaniaFrench and Indian War (United States : 1754-1763)FireplacesPownall, Thomas,Political scienceNorth AmericaBoundariesMarylandNew JerseyGreat BritainMilitary lawPublic landsLand tenureNew York (State)Indians of North AmericaNorth America--Niagara FallsNew Jersey--ElizabethCivil lawStoves, WoodPiratesFletcher, Benjamin,New EnglandTrials (Riots)Early mapsConstitutional lawNortheastern StatesAmericaPopular musicHeatingStovesRiversSongs, EnglishBritishAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)SlaveryEthyl CorporationAdolescent psychologyCourts-martial and courts of inquiryCivil procedureLand grants170017561738174417471748174917501752175317551756175817611765177117741775177617781780178117841791179618021806180718121813181418151816181718201823182518261827182818291833183418371841184218431846184918501851185318541856185718581859186018611863186418661867186918701872187318741876187818791880188118841888189018921893189418961900190119031905190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311933193419351936193719381939194019421945194619471949195019511952195319541955195619571958196019611962196519661968196919701971197219731976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619881991199219931995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062008200920102011201342398051060616.8900835RJ503ocn062806647ocn511254509ocn511015371ocn511119568ocn062809612ocn062809613ocn062809614ocn062803299ocn062799139ocn055836493ocn043285140ocn811441117ocn191288338ocn077928367ocn208625941ocn605078984ocn191288340ocn762295242ocn464907467ocn470519593ocn470510656ocn762729293ocn465582600ocn082410253ocn881346721ocn028068515ocn070787033ocn796902006ocn796682598ocn796896312ocn658528979ocn054978877ocn054954761ocn243787001ocn824536173ocn033945295ocn254534823ocn078180979ocn077990760ocn078732243ocn083374715ocn811546046ocn811545928ocn465426156ocn494563449ocn494437833ocn800760354ocn76288197775542ocn642770123book17550.77Evans, LewisGeographical, historical, political, philosophical and mechanical essays. the first, containing an analysis of a general map of the middle British colonies in America ; and of the country of confederate Indians: a description of the face of the country ; the boundaries of th confederates ; and the maritime and inland navigations of the several rivers and lakes contained therein. By Lewis EvansMaps4056ocn000419746book19490.63Pownall, ThomasA topographical description of the dominions of the United States of America : <being a revised and enlarged edition of> A topographical description of such parts of North America as are contained in the (annexed) map of the middle British colonies, &c., in North AmericaMaps27312ocn062806647file17470.82Board of Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New JerseyA bill in the Chancery of New-Jersey, at the suit of John Earl of Stair, and others, proprietors of the Eastern-Division of New-Jersey ; against Benjamin Bond, and some other persons of Elizabeth-Town, distinguished by the name of the Clinker Lot Right Men. With three large maps, done from copper-plates. : To which is added ; the publications of the Council of Proprietors of East New-Jersey, and Mr. Nevill's speeches to the General Assembly, concerning the riots committed in New-Jersey, and the pretences of the rioters, and their seducers. : These papers will give a better light into the history and constitution of New-Jersey, than any thing hitherto published, the matters whereof have been chiefly collected from recordsHistory2564ocn000654591book19730.63Bartram, JohnA journey from Pennsylvania to Onondaga in 17431818ocn511254509file17440.77Franklin, BenjaminAn account of the newly invented Pennsylvania fire-placeHistory962ocn511125868file17560.66Evans, LewisGeographical, historical, political, philosophical and mechanical essays. Number II. Containing, a letter representing, the impropriety of sending forces to Virginia: the importance of taking Fort Frontenac; and that the preservation of Oswego was owing to General Shirley' proceeding thither. And containing objections to those parts of Evans's general map and analysis, which relate to the French title to the country, on the north-west side of St. Laurence River, between Fort Frontenac and Montreal. &c. Published in the New-York Mercury, no. 178, Jan. 5. 1756. With a answer, to so much thereof as concerns the public; and the several articles set in a just light. By Lewis EvansHistory957ocn062809615file17560.82Evans, LewisGeographical, historical, political, philosophical and mechanical essays. Number II. Containing, a letter representing, the impropriety of sending forces to Virginia: the importance of taking Fort Frontenac ; and that the preservation of Oswego was owing to General Shirley's proceeding thither. And containing objections to those parts of Evans's general map and analysis, which relate to the French title to the country, on the north-west side of St. Laurence River, between Fort Frontenac and Montreal. &c. Published in the New-York Mercury, no. 178, Jan. 5. 1756. : With an answer, to so much thereof as concerns the public ; and the several articles set in a just light.History823ocn642254940file17560.70Evans, LewisGeographical, historical, political, philosophical and mechanical essays. Number II. Containing a letter, representing the impropriety of sending forces to Virginia: the importance of taking Frontenac ; And that the Preservation of Oswego was owing to General Shirley's proceeding thither. Containing Objections to those Parts of Evans's General Map and Analysis, which relate to the French Title to the Country, on the North-West Side of St. Laurence River, between Fort Frontenac and Montreal, &c. Published in the New-York Mercury, No 178. Jan. 5, 1756. With an answer to so much thereof as concerns the public: And the several Articles set in a just Light: By Lewis EvansHistory651ocn506024946com19210.84O'Sullivan, RichardMilitary law and the supremacy of the civil courts being the judgement of the Hon. Mr. Justice McCardie in Heddon v. EvansTrials, litigation, etc623ocn001541340book17760.84Pownall, ThomasA topographical description of such parts of North America as are contained in the (annexed) map of the middle British colonies & in North AmericaMaps546ocn722088382com17560.88Evans, LewisGeographical, historical, political, philosophical and mechanical essays. Number II Containing a letter, representing the impropriety of sending forces to Virginia: the importance of taking Frontenac ; ... Published in the New-York Mercury, No 178. Jan. 5, 1756. With an answer to so much thereof as concerns the public: ... By Lewis Evans302ocn426144037score19100.50Taylor, TellDown by the old mill streamPortraitsMusic292ocn036050740book19550.37Ethyl CorporationLewis Evans and his historic map of 1755 : first known document to show oil at the industry's birthplaceHistoryMaps271ocn006851792book18250.93Evans, Sarah AnnResignation an American novelHistoryFiction248ocn317945152book17560.79Evans, LewisGeographical, historical, political, philosophical and mechanical essays. Number II containing a letter representing the impropriety of sending forces to Virginia ; the importance of taking Fontenac ; and that the preservation of Oswego was owing to General Shirley's proceeding thither : containing objections to those parts of Evan's general maps and analysis, which relate to the French title to the country, on the north-west side of St. Laurence River, between Fort Frontenac and Montreal, &c., published in the New York Mercury, no 178. Jan. 5, 1756 : with an answer to so much thereof as concerns the public, and the several articles set in a just lightHistory228ocn005416414map17490.98Evans, LewisA map of Pensilvania, New-Jersey, New-York, and the three Delaware countiesMaps211ocn001346014map19530.84Evans, LewisA general map of the Middle British Colonies in America ... of Aquanishuonîgy, the country of the Confederate Indians ... of the Lakes Erie, Ontario and Champlain, and part of New-France: wherein is also shewn the ancient and present seats of the Indian NationsMaps193ocn005569397map17550.77Evans, LewisA general map of the middle British colonies, in America; viz. Virginia, Mariland, Delaware, Pensilvania, New-Jersey, New-York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island: Of Aquanishuonîgy, the country of the Confederate Indians; comprehending Aquanishuonîgy proper, their place of residence, Ohio and Tïiuxsoxrúntie, their deer-hunting countries, Couxsaxráge and Skaniadarâde, their beaver-hunting countries; of the Lakes Erie, Ontário, and Champlain, and part of New-France: Wherein is also shewn the antient and present seats of the Indian nationsMaps171ocn004653374book19240.90Stevens, Henry NewtonLewis Evans : his map of the Middle British Colonies in America : a comparative account of eighteen different editions published between 1755 and 1814Maps141ocn731263919book20050.19Evans, DwightTreating and preventing adolescent mental health disorders : what we know and what we don't know : a research agenda for improving the mental health of our youthDepression and Bipolar Disorder; Schizophrenia; Anxiety Disorders; Eating Disorders; Substance Use Disorders; Youth Suicide; positive Youth Development; Stigma; Policy3171ocn000192890book19390.66Gipson, Lawrence HenryLewis EvansMaps2984ocn000159359book19710.63Klinefelter, WalterLewis Evans and his mapsMaps972ocn510683706file17910.66The Following papers are printed, for the sake of a more extensive and certain circulation than could be easily procured in any other way. We have no intention of proceeding farther in this unpleasant business, having nothing new to offer that we think essential to the vindication of our own characters, or Dr. Evans's, and being determined to leave the validity of our testimony, to the judgment of those who are acquainted with us, and who may read what we have written.Records and correspondence615ocn055819490book16980.79New York (Colony)Account of the proceedings of His Excellency, the Earl of Bellomont captain general and governour of New-York, &c. and the Honourable, the Council, at an extraordinary council held in Fort William Henry, New-York the 8th day of May, 1698 Published by His Excellency's command383ocn062816868com16980.88New York (State)Account of the proceedings of His Excellency, the Earl of Bellomont captain general and governour of New-York, &c. and the Honourable, the Council, at an extraordinary council held in Fort William Henry, New-York the 8th day of May, 169831ocn015060309book19510.96White, George WillardLewis Evans' contributions to early American geology, 1743-175521ocn171461788book1911Dr. Jacob Hirsch (Firm)Griechische und römische münzen aus dem Bestize des Rev. Percy Barron (Whyteleafe) und eines bekannten englishen Gelehrten21ocn012922008book19660.10Hockersmith, JosephHockersmith and Evans histories21ocn029272154book19361.00Jörgensen, ArneLewis Evans' karta över Pehr Kalms resor11ocn757084212visu1969Stevenson, Kinder & Scott Corporate PhotographyBP ladies tea party at the Parmelia Hotel in PerthPhotographs346534PD: Mrs Baker, Mrs Hawkins, Mrs Goode, and Mrs Norton at the BP Ladies Tea Party at the Parmelia Hotel. -- 346535PD: Mrs Clarke, Mrs Creaghe, Mrs Evans and others at the BP Ladies Tea Party at the Parmelia Hotel. -- 346536PD: Groups of the ladies socializing a the BP Ladies Tea Party at the Parmelia Hotel. -- Images created Aug 196911ocn818666953book1935Evans, LewisLetters of Lewis Evans to [R. Dodsley]Records and correspondence11ocn223397615visu1927Qantas pilot, Captain Evans with Dr. George Simpson (centre) and an ambulance officer from the Queensland Ambulance Transport Brigade standing in front De Havilland biplane "Hermes" on 2 August 1927, on the occasion of the first medical flight between Cloncurry and Mount Isa by what was to become the Flying Doctor ServicePhotographs11ocn150500288book19051.00Stevens, Henry NewtonLewis Evans, his map of the Middle British Colonies in America : a comparative account of ten different editions published between 1755 and 180711ocn222715094book1926Jones, EgrynLetter : to Miss EvansRecords and correspondenceLetter to Miss Evans from Dr. Egryn Jones discussing the role of his wife, Dr. Constance Stone, as one of the founders of the Queen Victoria Hospital11ocn058652095mix2005Roberts, W. AvronLewis Evans (1700/1756) map maker"From the private biographical files of W. Arvon Roberts, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, N. Wales, United Kingdom. March, 2005."11ocn052890039art1999Evans, Lewis11ocn162106912map1.00Lewis Evans' map of the Kentucky country, 1755Maps11ocn759402655art2011Brückner, MartinThe ambulatory map : commodity, mobility, and visualcy in eighteenth-century colonial AmericaHistoryMaps11ocn122600781book1.00Stevens familyHistoryGenealogyRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include James Alexander, William Alexander, Lord Stirling, John Jacob Astor, Goldsbrow Banyar, Thomas Bartow, Clement Biddle, Horace Binney, Joseph Bloomfield, Elias Boudinot, David Bearley, Aaron Burr, Philip Carteret, DeWitt Clinton, George Clinton, Cadwallader David Colden, John Colt, John Redman Coxe, William Coxe, Mahlon Dickerson, Philemon Dickerson, Jonathan Elmer, Lewis Evans, Theodosius Fowler, William Franklin, Robert Fulton, Moore Furman, Alexander Hamilton, William Churchill Houston, Peter Augustus Jay, Thomas Jefferson, James G. King, Rufus King, Benjamin Henry Latrobe, John Lawrence, Peter Van Brugh Livingston, James Madison, Robert Hunter Morris, David Ogden, Ferdinand John Paris, Elisha Parker, James Parker (1725-1792), William Paterson (1745-1806), Charles Read, Moses Rogers, Nicholas Roosevelt, Perez Rowley, Richard Rush, Walter Rutherfurd, John Smyth, William Thornton, Robert Treat, and John Waddell11ocn201503731bookEvans : [miscellaneous ephemeral material]The folder may include clippings, announcements, small exhibition catalogs, advertisements, and other ephemeral itemsThu Oct 16 15:45:37 EDT 2014batch43087