Searching for the engravings listed below. If you have or know where I may locate any of these or others of similar interest, please let me know.
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"Tomo Chachi Mico or King of the Yamacraw and Tooanahowi his Nephew"
"The True Effigies of the Four Indian Kings taken from the original paintings done by Mr. Verelst"
"The Three Cherokees, came over from the head of the River Savanna to London, 1762"
"The Brave Old Hendrick, the Great Sachem or Chief of the Mohawk Indians, one of the Six Nations now in Alliance with & Subject to the King of Great Britain."
"Etow Oh Koam, A River Indian Sachem"
"Ho Nee Yeath Taw No Row, the Mohawk Chief"
"Sa Ga Yeath Qua Pieth Tow, King of the Maquas"
"Tee Yee Neen Ho Ga Row, Emperor of the Six Nations"
"Tee Yee Neen Ho Ga Row. Emperour of the six Nations, Sa Ga Yean Qua Rah Tow. King of the Maquas, Oh Nee Yeath Tow No Riow. King of Ganajoh-Hore, E Tow Oh Kaom. King of the River Nation"
"Tee Yee Neen Ho Ga Row, Emperour of the Six Nations"
"On Nee Yeath Tow no Riow. King of Granajah Hore vulgo King John"
"Sa Ga Yean Qua Rash Tow. King of ye Maquas. alias King Brant"
"Cunne Shote, The Indian Chief"
"Joseph Tayandaneega, called the Brant, the Great Captain of the Six Nations"
"William Augustus Bowles, Chief of the Embassy from the Creeke & Cherokee Nations. "
"A View of Savannah as it Stood the 20th of March 1734"
"Worthy of Liberty, Mr. Pitt Scorns to Invade the Liberties of Other People"
"A Political Lesson"
"A New Method of Macarony Making, as practiced at Boston." Plate 217
"The Bostonians Paying the Excise-Man, or the Tarring & Feathering", Plate I
"The Bostonians in Distress", Plate II
"The Patriotick Barber of New York or the Captain of the Suds", Plate III
"The Alternative of Williams burg", Plate IV
"A Society of Patriotic Ladies, at Edenton in North Carolina", Plate V
"A New Method of Macorony Making, as Practised at Boston in North America
The Oracle "Representing, Britannia, Hibernia, Scotia, & America, as assembled to consult the Oracle, on the present situation of Public Affairs, Time acting as Priest,/Dedicated to Concord.
The Tea-Tax Tempest, or the Anglo-American revolution.
"Paul Jones Shooting a Sailor who had Attempted to Strike His Colours in an Engagement."
"Major Robert Rogers, Commander in Chief of the Indian in the back Settlements of America"
"His Excellency James Edward Oglethorpe"
"His Excellency Arthur Dobbs, Esq."