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[Residence of Joseph Harrison, Esqr., Rittenhouse Square, Phila.] Front Elevation. [graphic].

Exterior view [and] interior view of the temporary Hedding M. E. Church. Situated on the S.E. corner of Coates and Sixteenth Sts. Philadelphia. [graphic].

Steam tugs, Columbus and Alert. Vessels of all classes towed to and from sea and about the harbor; towing to and from Schuylkill and all other descriptions promptly attended to. S. Flanagan No. 78 South Delaware Avenue. [graphic] / Lith. by Rease & Schell

[Brown, Frederick & Kunkel, clothing warerooms, 41 North Third Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Rowley, Ashburner & Co.'s oil, alcohol, fluid & pine oil works. [graphic] : Rowley, Ashburner & Co., manufacturers, Kensington screw dock, Penn Street above Maiden, Philadelphia. Store, No. 14 North Wharves, Philadelphia. / On stone by W. H. Rease 17 So.

Bridesburg Machine Works. Alfred Jenks & Son, manufacturers of cotton and wool carding spinning and weaving machinery, shafting and millgearing, Bridesburg post office Philadelphia. [graphic] / From nature & on stone by E. Beaulieu, 99 Walnut St.

Conflagration of the steam boat New Jersey on the Delaware River opposite Philada. March 15 1856 in which 50 persons lost their lives. [graphic] / Lithographed from a drawing made on the wharf above Vine St. by Geo. G. Heiss.

Goodyears Rubber-Packing & Belting Company. Warehouse 104 Chestnut St. Philada. Factory Newtown, Connecticut. Belting, packing, hose, clothing, druggist-articles, etc. [graphic] / E. Luders lith.

Scene at the U. S. Agricultural Society's Fair, Philada. 1856. [graphic] / Js. Queen, delt.

Souvenir of the coldest winter on record. Scene on the Delaware River at Philada. during the severe winter of 1856. [graphic] / From nature and on stone by J. Queen.

Cornelius, Baker & Co. manufacturers of lamps, chandeliers, gas fixtures etc. Manufactories: 181 Cherry Street and Columbia Avenue & 5th Street, Philadelphia. Store, No. 176 Chestnut Street. [graphic] / Lith. by W. H. Rease, 97 Chestnut St.

Cornelius & Baker, manufacturers of lamps, chandeliers, gas fixtures, etc. Manufactories: No. 181 Cherry St & Columbia Avenue & 5th St, Philadelphia. Store, 176 Chestnut Street. [graphic] / Lith. by W. H. Rease, 97 Chestnut St.

Cornelius & Baker, 181 Cherry Street, Philadelphia. Manufacturers of lamps, gas fixtures etc. [graphic].

Dale, Ross & Withers, importers & jobbers of silks & fancy goods, 219 Market St & 42 Commerce St, Philadelphia. [graphic] / S.D. Button, archt.

Rockhill & Wilson, tailors & clothiers of men & boys wear, Nos. 205 & 207 Chestnut St & 28 South 6th Street. [graphic] / Lith. by W. H. Rease, N.E. cor. 4th & Chestnut Sts.

H. S. Tarr's marble yard, no. 274 Green St. above Seventh Philadelphia Pa. [graphic] / Lith. by W. H. Rease N. E. cor. 4th & Chesnut.

Robert Wood's railing, architectural & ornamental iron works, Ridge Road below Spring Garden St., Philadelphia. [graphic] / R. F. Reynolds, del.

H. B. McCalla, successor to the late Andrew McCalla, No. 252 Market St. First hat & cap store below 8th St. south side, Philadelphia. [graphic] / On stone by R. F. Reynolds No. 30, So. 5th. St. below Walnut 4th. story.

Lippincott & Co. [clothing] south west corner of Fourth & Market St Philadelphia. [graphic] / On stone by R.F. Reynolds, No. 78 Dock St.

Hoskins, Hieskell & Co. Importers & jobbers of fancy and staple dry goods. No. 213 Market & 34 Commerce St. Philada. [graphic] / On stone by Inger & Haugg.

H. S. Tarr's Marble Yard No. 274 Green St. above Seventh Philadelphia, Pa.

Jos. Lubbermann's Brewery. Corner of 36th & Transcript Streets, West Philadelphia.

West Philadelphia Manufacturing Cos. Starch & Farina Works. Chestnut & Bridgewater Streets, Philadelphia. Refined pearl starch & corn farina.

First Baptist Church [Figures are given for its frontage and depth, and the height of its steeple] N.W. cor. of Broad & Arch Sts.

View of the Pennsylvania State Agricultural Fair, held at Powellton [sic], twenty-fourth ward, Philadelphia, late West Philadelphia, September 1854.

Lithographic Printers Union annual ball.

R. & G.A. Wright [graphic] : Manufacturers of the celebrated gold medal perfumery and importers of French, English & German druggist & fancy articles, no. 23 South 4th St. Philadelphia. / Reen, engr.

[Bennet's Tower Hall Clothing Bazaar, 518]

Five Points, 1827.

Grand masonic march