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Gulielmus Learned Marcy
Marcy, William L.
Marcy, William Learned
William L. Marcy (American politician)
William L. Marcy (Amerikaans politicus (1786-1857))
William L. Marcy (amerikai szenátor)
William L. Marcy (amerikansk politikar, advokat og diplomat)
William L. Marcy (amerikansk politiker, advokat och diplomat)
William L. Marcy (amerikansk politiker, advokat og diplomat)
William L. Marcy (politicien américain)
William L. Marcy (US-amerikanischer Politiker, Senator und Außenminister)
William Marcy (politico statunitense)
Вільям Лернд Марсі
Марси, Уильям Лернд
ויליאם מרסי
ويليام مارسي
ویلیام ال. مارسی (سیاست‌مدار، وکیل، و دیپلمات آمریکایی)
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Birchard, M.
Chilton, Richard Harrison
Hulsemann, Johann Georg
Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
New York (State) Governor (1833-1839 : Marcy) (see also from)
Stringer, Thomas
United States. Department of State
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
York, William Broader
case of Capt. Wm. Broader York, commander of the British Barque Aldebaran of Liverpool, The : containing the proceedings had before His Honor Geo. W. Lewis, recorder of municipality no. 3, of the city of New Orleans, on an affidavit made by Richard Harrison Chilton, charging Captain York with an attempt to commit a breach op [sic] the peace, and also the trial of the rule granted by His Honor Theodore H. M'Caleb, judge of the United States District Court, for the district of Louisiana, on the filing of the petition of Richard Harrison Chilton, praying for a libel to seize the said barque, in order to dispossess Captain York of his command : with an appendix
General Scott's correspondence with Hon. W. L. Marcy, Secretary of War under President Polk.
Hon. William L. Marcy, Secretary of War : Sir, in presenting for your consideration the claim of Abel Shawk, of Cincinnati, Ohio, for a mining lease ...
Koszta correspondence, between William L. Marcy, Sec. of State, and Chevalier Hulsemann, Austrian minister., The
recruitment controversy, The : instruction from Mr. Marcy, Secretary of State, to Mr. Buchanan, U. S. Minister at London, in regard to recruiting for the British army within the United States.
William L. Marcy papers