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THE 



MEDALLIC HISTORY 



OF 



THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 



1776—1876. 



THE 



MEDALLIC HISTORY 



OF 



THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 

1776—1876. 

BY 

J. F. LOUBAT, LL.D. 

MEMBER OF THE NEW-YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

KNIGHT COMMANDER OF ST. STANISLAUS OF RUSSIA. 

KNIGHT OF THE FIRST CLASS OF THE CROWN AND OF FREDERICK OF WURTTEMBERG. 

KNIGHT OF THE LEGION OF HONOR OF FRANCE. 

WITH 170 ETCHINGS BY JULES JACQUEMART. 



VOLUME II. . . . Plates. 



NEW-YORK: 
PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR. 

1878. 



Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1878, by 

J. F. LOUBAT, 

In the office of the Librarian of Congress, Washington. 



[Right of Translation Reserved.^ 



Plates printed by A. Salmon, Paris. 

Paper, made especially for this work, by Blanchet Freres & Kleber, Rives, France. 

Letter-press by Francis Hart & Co., New-York. 



. 



«*£*** 



i 



LIST OF PLATES. 



fJnmliry -~. > , ,, r , Designer and Number Page 

,/piaU. Title of Medal. Engraver. of Text. of Text. 

I GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. 

[Boston retaken .] 

Georgio Washington svpremo dvci exercitvvm 
adsertori libertatis Comitia Americana. R. 
Hostibus primo fugatis. DUVIVIER. I I 

II MAJOR-GENERAL HORATIO GATES. 

[Surrender of the British Army at Saratoga.] 

Horatio Gates duci strenuo Comitia Americana. „. TTI ,.,, V „ o 

R. Salus regionum septentrional. N - OAlliiAUX. 2. 

Ill BRIGADIER-GENERAL ANTHONY WAYNE. 

[Taking of Stony Foint.} 

Antonio Wayne duci exercitus Comitia Americana. „ A —p™ A T tv i t a 

R. Stoney-Point expugnatum. GATIfc-AUX. J 14 

IV LIEUTENANT-COLONEL DE FLEURY. 

[Taking of Stony Point. \ 



Virtutis et audaciae monum. et praemium. R. 
Aggeres paludes hostes victi. 

V MAJOR JOHN STEWART. 

[Taking of Stony Point.] 

Joanni Stewart cohortis praefecto Comitia Ameri- r . TTr ,. IIY 
cana. R. Stoney-Point oppugnatum. oaii£.aua. 



VI MAJOR HENRY LEE. 

[Surprise of Paulus Hook.] 

Henrico Lee legionis equit. praefecto. Comitia 
Americana. R. Non obstantib fluminibus WRTCIIT 

vallis, etc. J* 



DUVIVIER. 4 22 



yj LIST OF PLATES. 

Number ™,. , „,, Designer and Number Page 

of Plate. Title of Medal. Engraver. of Text. of Text. 

VII JOHN PAULDING, DAVID WILLIAMS, 
ISAAC VAN WART. 

[Capture of Major Andre.] 

Fidelity. R. Vincit amor patriae. 7 37 

VIII BRIGADIER-GENERAL DANIEL MORGAN. 

[ Victory of the Cowpens.] 

Danieli Morgan duci exercitus Comitia Ameri- . , „ 

cana. R. Victoria libertatis vinaex. DUPRE. O 40 



IX LIEUTENANT- COLONEL WILLIAM 
AUGUSTINE WASHINGTON. 

[ Victory of the Cowpens \ 

Gulielmo Washington legionis equit. praefecto 
Comitia American. R. Quod parva militum (■ 

manu, etc. DUMVIER. 9 40 



X LIEUTENANT-COLONEL JOHN 
EAGER HOWARD. 

[ Victory of the Cowpens.] 

Jon. Egar. Howard legionis peditum praefecto 

Comitia Americana. R. Quod in nutantem I ^ IT , 7TTrT „ t> __ A n 

hostium aciem, etc. DUVIVIER. IO 48 



XI MAJOR-GENERAL NATHANIEL GREENE. 

[ Victory of Eutaw Springs.] 

Nathanieli Green egregio duci Comitia Ameri- 

cana. R. Salus regionum australium. DUPRE. * l 5° 



XII ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF THE UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA BY THE 
UNITED NETHERLANDS. 

[Libera Soror.] 

Libera soror. R. Tyrannis virtute repulsa. I. G. HOLTZHEY. 12 57 



XIII TREATY OF AMITY AND COMMERCE 
BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA AND THE UNITED 
NETHERLANDS. 

[Favstissimo Foedere Jzmcla.] 

Favstissimo foedere jvnctae. die VII Octob. 
MDCCLXXXII. R. Justitiam et non temnere „^. T ^^„„„ 

divos . I. G. HOLTZHEY. 1 3 74 



LIST OF PLATES. Vll 

JV"**"- Title o< Medal Designer and Number Page 

of Plate. line of Meaai. Engraver. of Text, of Text. 

XIV LIBERTAS AMERICANA. 

[Surrender of the British Annies at Saratoga and at Yorktown.] 

Libertas Americana. R. Non sine diis animosus _ TTT1T ,,j 1A Qf\ 

infans. DUPRfc. 14 OO 



XV BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. 

Beni. Franklin natus Boston. XVIIJan. MDCCVI. n ,. pp A TC n , 

R. Eripuit ccelo fulmen sceptrum que tyrannis. auo. uurKH. 15 y,} 



XVI BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 

lenj. Franklin natus Boston. XVII 
R. Eripuit ccelo fulmen sceptrum que tyran 



Beni. Franklin natus Boston. XVII Jan. MDCCVI. „..„„/ T A a c 

R. EriDuit coelo fulmen sceptrum que tyrannis. AUU. uurKC. iu yo 



XVII CAPTAIN JOHN PAUL JONES. 

[Capture of the Serapis.} 

Joanni Pavlo Jones classis praefecto. Comitia 

Americana. R. Hostivm navibvs captis avt DUpR £ j 7 07 



^XIX 1 \ PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON. 

[First President of the United States of America.] 
George Washington President. 1792. 



XXI PRESIDENT JOHN ADAMS. 

[Second President of the United States of America.] 

John Adams President of the U.S. A. D. 1797. 
R. Peace and friendship. 



XXII CAPTAIN THOMAS TRUXTUN. 

[Action with the Vengeance '.] 

Patriae, patres. filio. digno. Thomas Truxtun. 
R. United States frigate Constellation of 
38 guns, &.C 



18 113 



XX THE DIPLOMATIC MEDAL. 

To peace and commerce. R. The United nlTP1 ,A T n TI c 

States of America. DUPKE. ly 115 



20 127 



21 12? 



Vlll 



LIST OF PLATES. 



Number Title t M edal. 

of Plate. J 

XXIII PRESIDENT THOMAS JEFFERSON. 



Designer and 
Engraver. 



[ TJiird President of the United States of America.} 

REICH. 



Th. Jefferson President of the U. S. A. D. 180 
R. Peace and friendship. 



A r umber Page 
of Text. of Text. 



22 I33 



XXIV COMMODORE EDWARD PREBLE. 

[Naval operations against Tripoli] 

Edwardo Preble duci strenuo Comitia Ameri- 
cana. R. Vindici commercii Americani. KJslUH. 



23 135 



XXV PRESIDENT JAMES MADISON. 

[Fourth President of the United States of America .} 

James Madison President of the U. S. A. 0. 
1809. R. Peace and friendship. 



REICH. 



24 151 



XXVI CAPTAIN ISAAC HULL. 

[Capture of the Guerriere.} 

Isaacus Hull peritos arte superat Jul. MDCCCXII 
Aug. certamine fortes. R. Horae momento 
victoria. 



REICH. 



25 153 



XXVII CAPTAIN JACOB JONES. 

[Capture of the Frolic :] 

lacobus Jones virtus in ardua tendit. R. 
Victoriam hosti majori celerrime rapuit. 



FURST. 



26 160 



XXVIII CAPTAIN STEPHEN DECATUR. 

[Capture of the Macedonian.] 

Stephanus Decatur navarchus, pugnis pluribus, 
victor. R. Occidit signum hostile sidera 
surgunt. 



FURST. 



27 163 



XXIX CAPTAIN WILLIAM BAINBRIDGE. 

[Capture of the Java.] 

Gulielmus Bainbridge patria victisque lau- „j- tt , c _, 
datus. R. Pugnando. *UKbL 



28 166 



XXX LIEUTENANT EDWARD RUTLEDGE McCALL. 



[Capture of the Boxer.] 

Edward R. McCall navis Enterprise prsefectus. 
Sic itur ad astra. R. Vivere sat vincere. 



FURST. 



29 171 



LIST OF PLATES. 



IX 



Number 
of Plate. 



Title of Medal. 

XXXI LIEUTENANT WILLIAM BURROWS. 

[Cap lure of the Boxer.] 

Victoriam tibi claram. patriae maestam. R. 
Vivere sat vincere. FURST. 



Designer and 
Engraver. 



Number Page 
of Text. of Text. 



30 174 



XXXII CAPTAIN OLIVER HAZARD PERRY. 

[ Victory of Lake Erie.} 

Oliverus H. Perry, princeps stagno Eriense. 
classim totam contudit. R. Viam invenit 



virtus aut facit. 



FURST. 



31 176 



XXXIII CAPTAIN JESSE DUNCAN ELLIOTT. 

[ Victory of Lake Erie.] 

Jesse D. Elliott. Nil actum reputans si quid 
superesset agendum. R. Viam invenit 



virtus aut facit. 



FURST. 



3 2 183 



XXXIV CAPTAIN JAMES LAWRENCE. 
[Capture of the Peacock.] 

Jac. Lawrence dulce et decorum est pro 
patria mori. R. Mansuetud. maj. quam 
victoria. 



FURST. 



33 185 



XXXV CAPTAIN THOMAS MACDONOUGH. 

[Victory of Lake Champlain.] 

Tho. Macdonough. Stagno Champlain clas. 
Reg. Brit, superavit. R. Uno latere 
percusso. alterum impavide vertit. FURST. 



34 189 



XXXVI CAPTAIN ROBERT HENLEY. 

[ Victory of Lake Champlaini] 

Rob. Henley Eagle praefect. palma virtu, per 
aeternit. florebit. R. Uno latere percusso. 
alterum impavide vertit. 



FURST. 



35 193 



XXXVII LIEUTENANT STEPHEN CASSIN. 

[ Victory of Lake Champlain^ 

Step. Cassin Ticonderoga praefect. Quae 
regio in terris nos. non plena lab. R. Uno 
latere percusso. alterum impavide vertit. FURST. 



36 195 



LIST OF PLATES. 



Number Tit , f ■ M . da , Designer and Number Page 

of Plate. J die of Medal. Engraver. of Text. of Text. 

XXXVIII CAPTAIN LEWIS WARRINGTON. 

[ Capture of the Epervier. ] 

Ludovicus Warrington dux navalis Ameri. ■ E .4- rDC ~. ,, ., Tr .w 

R. Pro patria paratus aut vincere aut mori. FURST. 3/ I97 



XXXIX CAPTAIN JOHNSTON BLAKELEY. 

[Capture of the Reindeer.] 

Johnston Blakeley Reip. Faed. Am. nav. 

Wasp dux. R. Eheu! bis victor patria .. „_, „q „__ 

tua te luget plauditq. FURST. 38 200 



XL MAJOR-GENERAL JACOB BROWN. 

[ Victories of Chippewa, Niagara, and Erie.] 

Major General Jacob Brown. R. Resolution „.--. T)C -. __ 0/ ~« 

of Congress November 3. 1814. tUKbl. 39 2U3 



XLI MAJOR-GENERAL PETER BUEL PORTER. 

[ Victories of Chippewa, Niagara, and Erie.] 

Major General Peter B. Porter. R. Resolu- . - 

tion of Congress November 3. 1814. 1UKS1. 4<J ^15 



XLII BRIGADIER -GENERAL ELEAZER 
WHEELOCK RIPLEY. 

[ Victories of Chippewa, Niagara, and Erie.] 

Brig. General Eleazer W. Ripley. R. Reso- .. 

lution of Congress Novemb. 3. 1814. FURST. 41 219 



XLIII BRIGADIER-GENERAL JAMES MILLER. 

[ Victories of Chippewa, Niagara, and Erie.] 

Brigadier Genl. James Miller. R. Resolu- .. 

tion of Congress November 3. 1814. FURST. 42 223 



XLIV MAJOR-GENERAL WINFIELD SCOTT. 

[Victories of Chippewa and Niagara.] 

Major General Winfield Scott. R. Resolution .. . ... 

of Congress November 3. 1814. etc. tUKbl. 43 ^4 

XLV MAJOR-GENERAL EDMUND P. GAINES. 

[ Victory of Eric] 

Major General Edmund P. Gaines. R. Reso- _.•>___ . . .-^ 

lution of Congress November 3. 1814. J?LKbl. 44 ^^" 



LIST OF PLATES. 



XI 



Number 
of Plate. 



Title of Medal. 



Designer and 
Engraver. 



XLVI MAJOR-GENERAL ALEXANDER MACOMB. 

[Victory of Plattsburgh.\ 
Major General Alexander Macomb. R. Reso- 



lution of Congress November 3. 1814. 



FURST. 



Number Page 
of Text. of Text. 



45 233 



XLVII MAJOR-GENERAL ANDREW JACKSON. 
[ Victory of New Orleans^] 



Major General Andrew Jackson. R. Resolu- 
tion of Congress February 27. 1815. 



FURST. 



46 238 



XLVIII CAPTAIN CHARLES STEWART. 

[Capture of the Cyane and of the Levant.] 



Carolus Stewart navis Amer. Constitution dux. 
R. Una victoriam eripuit ratibus binis. 



FURST. 



47 245 



XLIX CAPTAIN JAMES BIDDLE. 

[Capture of the Penguin.] 

The Congress of the U. S. to Capt. James 
Biddle. etc. R. Capture of the British ship 
Penguin by the U. S. ship Hornet. FURST. 



48 249 



L PRESIDENT JAMES MONROE. 

[Fifth President of the United States of America.] 
James Monroe President cf the U. S. A. D. 



1817. R. Peace and friendship. 



FURST. 



49 253 



LI MAJOR-GENERAL WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. 
[ Victory of the Thames.] 
Major General William H. Harrison. R. Reso- 



lution of Congress April 4. 1818. 



FURST. 



50 254 



LII GOVERNOR ISAAC SHELBY. 

[ Victory of the Thames.] 

Governor Isaac Shelby. R. Battle of the _,.••.„__ 
Thames. Octo. 5. 1813. FURST. 



51 265 



LIII TREATY OF COMMERCE WITH FRANCE. 

ANDRIEU 
GAYRARD 



Lvdovicvs. XVIII Franc, et. Nav. rex. R. Gallia. 
et. America, foederata. 



:} 



52 266 



Xll 



LIST OF PLATES, 



Number 
of Plate. 



Designer and 
Engraver. 



Title of Medal. 

LIV PRESIDENT JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. 

[Sixth President of the United States of America.] 



John Quincy Adams President of the United 
States 1825. R. Peace and friendship. 



FURST. 



Number Page 
of Text, of Text. 



53 270 



LV PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON. 

[Seventh President of the United States of America.] 

Andrew Jackson President of the United States 
A. D. 1829. R. Peace and friendship. FURST. 



54 271 



LVI COLONEL GEORGE CROGHAN. 

[Defence of Fort Stephenson.] 

Presented by Congress to Colonel George 
Croghan 1835. R. Pars magna fuit. 



FURST. 



55 272 



LVII PRESIDENT MARTIN VAN BUREN. 

[Eighth President of the United States of America. 



Martin Van Buren President of the United States 
A. D. 1837. R. Peace and friendship. 



FURST. 



56 275 



LVIII PRESIDENT JOHN TYLER. 

[Tenth President of the United States of America.] 

John Tyler, President of the United States. 
1841. R. Peace and friendship. 



57 276 



LIX PRESIDENT JAMES KNOX POLK. 

[Eleventh President of the United States of America^ 



James K Polk President of the United States. 
1845. R. Peace and friendship. 



PEALE. 



58 280 



LX MAJOR-GENERAL ZACHARY TAYLOR. 

[Victories on the Rio Grande.] 

Major General Zachary Taylor. R. Resolution 
of Congress July 16th 1846, etc. 



59 2 8i 



LXI MAJOR-GENERAL ZACHARY TAYLOR. 

[Taking of Monterey.] 

Major General Zachary Taylor. R. Resolution 
of Congress March 2nd 1847, etc. 



60 29O 



LIST OF P LATE S. 



Xlll 



Number 
of Plate. 



Designer and 

Engraver. 



Title of Medal. 

LXII LOSS OF THE UNITED STATES BRIG- 
OF-WAR SOMERS. 

[For Having Saved the Lives of Americans :] 

Somers navis Americana. R. Pro vitis Amen- WRIGHT. 

canorum conservatis. 



Number 
of Text. 



Page 
of Text. 



61 299 



LXIII MAJOR-GENERAL WINFIELD SCOTT. 

[Mexican Campaign.] 



Major General Winfield Scott. R. Vera Cruz. 
Cerro Gordo. Contreras, etc. 



S. ELLIS. 
G.C.HUMPHRIES. 
C. C. WRIGHT. 



62 304 



LXIV MAJOR-GENERAL ZACHARY TAYLOR. 

[Victory of Buena Vista.] 



Major General Zachary Taylor, etc. R. Buena 
Vista Feb. 22. & 23. 1847. 



S. ELLIS. 

F. A. SMITH. 

C. C. WRIGHT. 



63 336 



LXV PRESIDENT ZACHARY TAYLOR. 

[Twelfth President of the United States of America^ 



Zachary Taylor President of the United States 
1849. R. Peace and friendship. 



F. PEALE. 



64 348 



LXVI PRESIDENT MILLARD FILLMORE. 

[Thirteenth President of the United States of America.] 

S. ELLIS. ) 

J. WILLSON. $ 



Millard Fillmore President of the United 
States 1850. R. Labor virtue honor. 



65 349 



LXVII PRESIDENT FRANKLIN PIERCE. 

[Fourteenth President of the United States of America.] 

S. ELLIS. 
J. WILLSON 



Franklin Pierce, President of the United 
States. 1853. R. Labor virtue honor. 



66 351 



LXVIII COMMANDER DUNCAN NATHANIEL INGRAHAM 

[Release of Martin Coszta.] 



Smyrna. American sloop of war St. Louis 
Austrian brig of war Hussar. R. Presented 
by the President of the United States to 
Commander Duncan N. Ingraham, etc. 



S. EASTMAN. 
P. F. CROSS. 
J. B. LONGACRE. 



67 352 



XIV 



LIST OF PLAT ES. 



Number 
of Plate. 



Title of Medal. 



Designer and 
Engraver. 



LXIX PRESIDENT JAMES BUCHANAN. 

[Fifteenth President of the United States of America?^ 

S. ELLIS. 
J. WILLSON 



James Buchanan, President of the United 
States 1857. R. Labor virtue honor. 



Number Page 
of Text. of Text. 



68 361 



LXX DOCTOR FREDERICK HENRY ROSE. 

[Kindness and Humanity of Doctor Pose.] 



James Buchanan, President of the United 
States, ft. To Dr. Frederick Rose, Assist- 
ant Surgeon, Royal Navy, G. B. 



PAQUET. 



69 362 



LXXI PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN. 

[Sixteenth President of the United States of America.] 
President of the United 



Abraham Lincoln 
States 1862. 



S. ELLIS. 



70 366 



LXXIIa NAVY MEDAL OF HONOR. 



LXXIIb ARMY MEDAL OF HONOR. 



PAQUET. 



PAQUET. 



71 



72 



367 
368 



LXXIII MAJOR-GENERAL ULYSSES SIMPSON GRANT. 

[Victories of Port Done/son, Vicksburg, and Chattanooga.] 



Major General Ulysses S. Grant. Joint Reso- ANTROBUS 
lution of Congress December 17. 1863. 
ft. Donelson, vicksburg, etc. PAQUET 



1 



73 37o 



LXXIV CORNELIUS VANDERBILT. 

[Free Gift of Steamship Vanderbilt.] 

A grateful country to her generous son 
Cornelius Vanderbilt. R. Bis dat qui tem- 
po ri dat. 1865. 



LEUTZE 
S. ELLIS 



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74 406 



LXXV PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON. 

[Seventeenth President of the United States of America. 

Andrew Johnson, President of the United „.„,„,_ 
States 1865. R. Peace. PAQUET. 



75 4io 



LXXVI WRECK OF THE STEAMSHIP SAN FRANCISCO. 

[ Testimonial of National Gratitude.] 



By joint resolution of Congress to the 
rescuers of the passengers officers and 
men of steamship San Francisco, etc. 
R. July 26 1866. 



PAQUET. 



76 4II 



LIST OP PLATES, 



XV 



Number 
of Plate. 



Title of Medal. 



Designer and 
Engraver. 



LXXVII CYRUS WEST FIELD. 

[Laying of the Atlantic Telegraph Cable.] 



Honor and fame are the reward. R. By 
resolution of the Congress of the United 
States. March 2, 1867. to Cyrus W. Field, 
of New York. etc. 



J. G. BRUFF 
BARBER 



I 



Number Page 
of Text. oflext. 



77 4i8 



LXXVIII GEORGE PEABODY. 

[Promotion of Universal Education.] 

JR. The people of the United States to 
George Peabody, etc. 



78 421 



LXXIX PRESIDENT ULYSSES SIMPSON GRANT. 

[Eighteenth President of the United States of America.] 

United States of America. Liberty justice 
and equality " Let us have peace." R. 
On earth peace good will toward men. PAQUET. 



79 429 



LXXX GEORGE FOSTER ROBINSON. 

[Heroic Conduct.] 

To George F. Robinson. Awarded by the 
Congress of the United States, March c. 
1871. 



G. Y. COFFIN. 
PAQUET. 



80 43O 



LXXXI LOSS OF THE STEAMER METIS. 

[Courage and Humanity.] 

By Resolution of Congress February 24, 
'873- 



W. & C. BARBER. 8 1 434 



LXXXII CENTENNIAL MEDAL. 

[Hundredth Anniversary of American Independence.] 



These United Colonies are, and of right 
ought to be, free and independent States. 
R. In commemoration of the hundredth 
anniversary, etc. 



W. BARBER. 



82 438 



LXXXIII CENTENNIAL MEDAL. 

[Hundredth Anniversary of American Independence.] 



These United Colonies are, and of right 
ought to be, free and independent States. 
R. By authority of the Congress, etc. 



W. BARBER. 



83 44O 



LXXXIV LIFE SAVING MEDAL OF THE FIRST CLASS. 

[Saving Life from the Perils of the Sea.] 



Life Saving medal of the first class. United 
States of America. R. In testimony of 
heroic deeds, etc. 



PAQUET. 



84 441 



XVI LIST OF PLATES, 



Number Title of Medal. Designer and Number Page 

of Plate. J Engraver. of Text, of Text. 

LXXXV LIFE SAVING MEDAL OF THE SECOND CLASS. 

[Saving Life from the Perils of the Sea.] 

Life Saving medal of the second class. 
United States of America. R. In testimony 

of heroic deeds, etc. PAQUET. 85 453 



LXXXVI JOHN HORN, JR. 

[Heroic Exploits^ 

John Horn, Jr. R. By Act of Congress 

June :20th ,874. In recognition of his o fi 7 

heroic exploits, etc. c - iJAKbfcK. OO 457 



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