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[Chestnut Street, east from Twelfth Street, south side]

House 18[th] and Spruce Sts [graphic].

[Water Street at Spruce Street, Philadelphia.] [graphic].

[Old London Coffee House, Front and Market streets, Philadelphia.] [graphic] / McClees & Germon, patent crystalotype, 182 Chestnut St. Philada.

High Street, with the First Presbyterian Church. Philadelphia, 1800.

The house intended for the President of the United States, in Ninth Street Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn & Engraved by W. Birch & Son.

Fifth Street above Arch Street, west side. [graphic].

High Street, with the First Presbyterian Church [graphic] : Taken down in 1820. Philadelphia / Designed & Published by W. Birch Enamel Painter 1800.

The rag tender

Louis L. Peck manufacturer & dealer in burning fluid varnishes, pine oil, virgin & sp[iri]ts of turpentine absolute, apothecaries, deodorized and fluid alcohol, of a superior quality linseed oil, white lead, lamps of every description, German & English br

Post Office, Philadelphia.

Post Office, Philadelphia. [graphic] / M. P. Simons, 1320 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, landscape and portrait photographer.

Third St., north of Walnut, east side.

Collections from fugitive sources only, illustrative of the antiquities, progress & c. of the city Philadelphia [graphic] / Vincit qui se vincit. Collected by Chas. A. Poulson.

German Lutheran school house. Next to the N.E. corner of Cherry and Fourth St. on Cherry Street. [graphic].