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Breese Morse, Samuel Finley
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Morse, S. F. B.
Morse, Samuel
Morse, Samuel F.
Morse, Samuel F. B.
Morse, Samuel Finley Breese
Morse, Samuel Finley Breese (American painter and inventor, 1791-1872)
Morse, Samuel Finley Breeze
Morze, Samuil
Samuel Finley Breese Morse
Samuel Finley Breeze Morse
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1791-1872
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Durand, A. B. (1796-1886)
Durand, Asher Brown (1796-1886)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Morse, Edward Lind (1857-1923)
O'Reilly, Henry (1806-1886)
Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Rummel, Franz (1853-1901; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Rummel, Walter Morse (1887-1953; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Smith, Francis O. J. (1806-1876)
Smith, Francis Ormond Jonathan (1806-1876)
Staiti, Paul J.
United States. Patent and Trademark Office
Vail, Alfred (1807-1859)
Wallin, Z.
West, Benjamin (1738-1820)
Titles: 
Academies of arts : a discourse, delivered on Thursday, May 3, 1827, in the chapel of Columbia College, before the National Academy of Design, on its first anniversary
Additional statement of Henry O'Rielly (submitted to the Court in October term 1848)
Alexander Bain, appellant, vs. Samuel F.B. Morse, repondent
Appendix to the American telegraph magazine
Argument of Francis O.J. Smith, before Hon. Peleg Sprague ... N.G. Upham ... George S. Hillard ... referees upon the claim preferred by him against Prof. Samuel F.B. Morse, and heard on the 14th, 15th, and 17th of September, 1860, at the court room of the United States Circuit Court, in the City of Boston ...
argument on the ethical position of slavery in the social system, and its relation to the politics of the day., An
Atlantic, Lake & Mississippi Telegraph
Before the Commissioner of Patents : in the matter of the application of Samuel F.B. Morse for an extension for seven years of letters patent granted to him June 20th, 1840, reissued January 15th, 1846, and again reissued June 13th, 1848 for the electro-magnetic recording telegraph : argument in favor of the extension
Before the Honorable Charles Mason
Catalogue of the library of the late Samuel F. B. Morse, with additions ...
Considerations of a French catholic priest to which are added, warnings to the Americans. By the same author, whose character for credibility is fully attested by the editor Samuel F.B. Morse ...
constitution, The
cowboy cavalier, A
Daguerrotipe, The
Decision of Hon. Philip F. Thomas, commissioner of patents, on the application of Samuel F.B. Morse, for an extension of his patent for a new and useful improvement in electro-magnetic telegraphs : patented April 11, 1846 : patent extended for seven years from the 11th day of April, 1860.
decision of the great telegraph suit of Samuel F.B. Morse and Alfred Vail vs. Francis O.J. Smith in the Superior Court of the state of New York for the city and county of New York., The
electromagnetic telegraph, a defence against the injurious deductions drawn from the deposition of Prof. Joseph Henry (in the several telegraph suits), with a critical review of said deposition, and an examination of Prof. Henry's alleged discoveries, bearing upon the electro-magnetic telegraph, The
entrepreneurs, an American adventure. Part 6, Instant America [VR] 1991, c1986:, The
Examination of Col. Trumbull's address : in opposition to the projected union of the American Academy of Fine Arts, and the National Academy of Design
fine arts applied to the useful arts., The
First telegraph case before the United States Supreme Court, Henry O'Rielly and others, appellants, versus S.F.B. Morse and others, appellees : sketch of the opening argument of R.H. Gillet, on the appeal of O'Rielly from the decision of Judge Monroe in Kentucky, December 24th and 27th, 1852.
first telegraphic instrument, The
Foreign conspiracy against the liberties of the United States. The numbers under the signature of Brutus, originally published in the New York Observer.
history of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, A : with a chapter on the early institutions of art in New York
Imminent dangers to the free institutions of the United States through foreign immigration, and the present state of the naturalization laws.
Lectures on the affinity of painting with the other fine arts
Letters and journals. -
Mémoire de Sam. F. B. Morse
Modern telegraphy some errors of dates of events and of statement in the history of telegraphy
Old Hall of Representatives
Our country versus party spirit : being a rejoinder to the reply of Prof. Morse
present attempt to dissolve the American union, The : a British aristocratic plot
proscribed German student, The : being a sketch of some interesting incidents in the life and melancholy death of the late Lewis Clausing ;
Report of the case of Alexander Bain, appellant, vs. Samuel F.B. Morse, respondent : before the Hon. William Cranch, chief justice of the District of Columbia, on appeal from the decision of the Commissioner of Patents
Reports of the United States commissioners. Examination of the telegraphic apparatus and the processes in telegraphy, by Samuel F. B. Morse,...
S.F.B. Morse and others vs. Henry O'Rielly and others
Sam. F. B. Morse's Memoir
Samuel F. B. Morse, His Letters and Journals (Part 5 of 9)
Samuel Finley Breese Morse papers
telegraph controversy, The : U.S. Circuit Court for the District of Kentucky : S.F.B. Morse and others vs. Henry O'Rielly and others : in equity : additional statement of Henry O'Rielly (submitted to the Court in October term 1848).
telegraphic globe, The
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