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JOHN PAUL JONES
COMMEMORATION AT ANNAPOLIS
APRIL 24, 1906
COMPILED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE JOINT
COMMITTEE ON PRINTING BY CHARLES W. STEWART
SUPERINTENDENT LIBRARY AND NAVAL WAR RECORDS
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
RESOLUTION OF CONGRESS
there be printed and bound 11,000 copies of the addresses delivered at the exercises commemorative of John Paul Jones, at the Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., April 24, 1906, together with other papers and illustrations germane thereto, to be compiled and published under the direction of the Joint Committee on Printing; 7,000 for the use of the House of Representatives, 3,000 for the use of the Senate, and 1,000 for distribution by the Secretary of the Navy.
Report of John Paul Jones. Cruise of U. S. ship Ranger and capture
of H. B. M. ship Drake....
assembled at Annapolis, April 24, 1906 ...
Description of swords.
List of recipients of casts of the bust in National Academiy of Design..
Notes regarding John Paul Jones..
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Facing page Profile and three-quarters face of Houdon bust in National Academy of Design, New York...
Frontispiece Speakers' stand and casket...
14 Dress sword presented by Louis XVI. to John Paul Jones Profile and front view of bust from De Biron collection..
24 View of armory from center of NW. gallery
34 Portrait by Miss Beaux, 1906....
40 Portrait from engraving by Moreau. Trocadero plaster bust. Head of John Paul Jones... Composite print of Trocadero plaster bust and human head Scene of the search.... Plan of the cemetery of St. Louis in 1792. Plan of buildings covering cemetery in 1905. Cross section of the cemetery.. Plan of the shafts and galleries. The first shaft...
60 Refilling the galleries...
68 House in Paris in which John Paul Jones died.
72 Portrait from frontispiece of “Memoires de Paul Jones,” 1798.
80 Portrait from sketch by unknown artist at Amsterdam Theater, 1779
80 Naval Academy miniature......
86 Portrait from engraving by Henri Toussaint, 1906..
92 Microphotographs of sections of kidneys, lungs, and liver of John Paul Jones.
(See note, p. 94.) View of the yard over the cemetery...
94 Place where the body was found...
94 French artillery caisson bearing the coffin.. American sailors crossing the bridge of Alexander III. Petition of John Paul for admission as a Mason..
114 Portrait in British Museum..... Facsimile of first and last pages of letter to Countess of Selkirk from the
original at St. Mary's Isle. Facsimile of gold medal.
138 Sword said to have been carried by John Paul Jones during the American Revolution
138 Facsimile of letter to Mrs. Belches..
164 Wax medallion .
164 Facsimile of invitation.
206 Facsimile of programme cover
206 Plan of armory.