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Miniature showing the Cumean Sibyl (Amalthea) as she presents the last three sibylline books to Tarquin, King of Rome, seated on a throne, offering a gold ball to the Sibyl in exchange for the books. Initial, border design.

[Masked ball]

A Ball at Court

Letter to Joseph Ball at Stratford by Bow [Stratford le Bow, Essex] nigh London

Letter to Joseph Ball at Stratford by Bow [Stratford le Bow, Essex] nigh London

A view of the ball at St. James's on her Majesty's birth night

The ball room

Le Moulinet, or practising quadrille dancing at home for fear of accidents at the ball

Almacks. Tom & Bob sporting their figures at a fancy dress ball

The wedding Ball; or Ma'am'selle M-rcandot-i's highland fling into high life.

M-RC-N.TI'S leap from the Opera, or the Ballet turned into a Ball.

Ball ticket.

A black ball

A black ball

Portraits of Madame Vestris and Mr. Charles Mathews: A scene in the farce of "One hour; or, The carnival ball," as performed at the Olympic Theatre. (No. 1 of the Theatrical portraits.) T. Jones pinxit

Mr. F. C. Labbe's ball

Ball play.

Ball players.

Costume ball

Ball Room, (Grand Union Hotel), Saratoga.

Base ball grounds, from Tourists' Hotel, Buffalo.

Interior of Congress Hall Ball Room, Saratoga, N.Y.

Ball Room, (Grand Union Hotel), Saratoga.

Orange archway on Mr. Ball's place, known as Lover's Lane.

Dr. Ball's orange grove.

Ball's statue of Washington.

Ball's statue of Washington.

Ball's statue of Washington.

Views on the Potomac, Ball's Bluff.

Orange archway, on Mrs. Ball's grove. St. Augustine.

Ball's carriage road, and showing the orange archway in the distance. St. Augustine, Fla.

Ball's carriage road, and showing the orange archway in the distance. St. Augustine, Fla.

Orange archway on Mr. Ball's place, known as Lover's Lane.

[Ball room hung with paper lanterns.]

Base ball grounds, from Tourists' Hotel, Buffalo.

Grand Union Hotel, Saratoga. (Ball Room.)

Ball Room, (Grand Union Hotel), Saratoga.

Ball Room, (Grand Union Hotel), Saratoga.

Interior of Congress Hall Ball Room, Saratoga, N.Y.

[Orange archway on Mr. Ball's place, known as Lover's Lane.]

Orange archway on Mr. Ball's place, known as Lover's Lane.

Orange archway, on Mrs. Ball's grove. St. Augustine.

Orange archway on Mr. Ball's place, known as Lover's Lane.

Ball's statue of Gen. Washington, Public Garden (side view).

Equestrian statue of Washington, by Ball.

Ball's statue of Washington (near view).

Ball's statue of Washington.

Ball's statue of Ge. Washington, Public Gardens (side view).

Ball's statue of Gen. Washington, Public Garden (side view).

Ocean View Hotel, from Ball's Cottage.

Sculpture of Lincoln freeing a slave by Thomas Ball in Park Square.

Ocean View Hotel, from Ball's Cottage.

Views on the Potomac, Ball's Bluff.

Interior of Congress Hall Ball Room, Saratoga, N.Y.

Grand Union Hotel, Saratoga. (Ball Room.)

Orange archway on Mr. Ball's place, known as Lover's Lane.

Orange archway on Mr. Ball's place, known as Lover's Lane.

Inaugural Ball Room, Washington, D.C.

[Ball room hung with paper lanterns.]

Ball's statue of Washington.

Ball's statue of Gen. Washington, Public Garden (side view).

Equestrian statue of Washington, by Ball.

Sculpture of Lincoln freeing a slave by Thomas Ball in Park Square.

Ball's statue of Washington.

Ball's statue of Ge. Washington, Public Gardens (side view).

Ball's statue of Washington (near view).

Ball's statue of Gen. Washington, Public Garden (side view).

Interior of Congress Hall Ball Room, Saratoga, N.Y.

Inaugural Ball Room, Washington, D.C.

Interior of Congress Hall Ball Room, Saratoga, N.Y.

Interior of Congress Hall Ball Room, Saratoga, N.Y.

Orange archway on Mr. Ball's place, known as Lover's Lane.

Orange archway, Mrs. Ball's grove.

Dr. Ball's orange grove.

Orange archway on Mr. Ball's place, known as Lover's Lane.

Orange archway, Mrs. Ball's grove.

[Orange archway on Mr. Ball's place, known as Lover's Lane.]

Opera ball

Mr. Ball's orange grove, St. Augustine, Fla.

Ball Ground, Central Park.

Ball Grounds.

Ball Grounds, Central Park.

Lovers Walk on Grounds of Dr. Ball.

Ball Ground, Central Park.

Lovers Walk on Grounds of Dr. Ball.

Mr. Ball's orange grove, St. Augustine, Fla.

Ball Grounds, Central Park.

Ball Grounds.

Congress Hall Ball Room, Saratoga, N.Y.

George Evans ("Kid Jones") and Eddie Leonard ("Bill Simmons") in the minstrel production The Belle of the Barbers' Ball (as published in unsourced article, August 29, 1908).

Orange Archway in Mr. Ball's place.

Congress Hall Ball Room, Saratoga, N.Y.

Orange Archway in Mr. Ball's place.

Cannon Ball [Cannonball] River.

Cannon Ball [Cannonball] River.

[Sculpture] "Soap ball."

[Sculpture] "Soap ball."

[Sculpture] "Soap ball."

[Sculpture] "Soap ball."

NATL. [BALL?] [held by] THE COMMISSIONERS APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR OF STATE OF NEW YORK TO MEET THE GUESTS OF THE NATION [at] "METROPOLITAN CASINO, NEW YORK, NY" ([HOTEL?])

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