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Jericho

Caiphas, looking towards Mount Carmel

St. Jean d'Acre, from the land

Eaux-fortes. (Frontispiece)

[View of the W.F. Marshall wreck.]

Bathing, Newport.

[People on the shore looking at a ship.]

Blackfish.

The shores of Nahant, Mass, Castle rock and Egg rock light.

Fort Dumpter.

Rockland House.

Pavilion and beach from canal.

[View of the beach.]

Shore view, Nahant.

[View of the W.F. Marshall wreck.]

[Coach on beach, and houses in the distance.]

Maolis Garden at Nahant.

[View of beached blackfish with some people standing among them.]

Shore view, Nahant.

[Coaches, horseback rider and people on the beach and houses in the distance.]

Pavilion and Beach, from old Fort.

[View of people on the beach.]

Bathing houses.

Beach House, City Point, South Boston.

[Girl on horseback in the beach.]

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

Pavilion beach, Gloucester.

Pavilion and Beach, from old Fort.

[View of a ship on the beach.]

[Group of people on the beach.]

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

Provincetown, Mass--black fish.

Newport Beach. General view.

Camp, beach, boats, and camper's out, Pearce's Island, Annisquam River.

Nantasket scenery.

Pavilion beach, Gloucester, Mass.

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

The Pictured Rocks, Chapel Beach.

Nantucket from Brant Point.

Instantaneous marine, Pigeon Cove.

Boar's Head Hotel.

The shores of Nahant, Mass, Castle rock and Egg rock light.

[Group of people on the shore.]

[Coach on the beach.]

Beach House, City Point, South Boston.

Bathing Beach, Rye.

Bathing Beach, Rye.

Boar's Head Hotel.

Half Moon beach.

Beach view.

Pavilion beach, Gloucester, Mass.

[Coach on the beach.]

The shores of Nahant, Mass, Castle rock and Egg rock light.

Rockland House.

[Group of people on the beach.]

Farragut Rocks, Rye Beach.

The Pictured Rocks, Chapel Beach.

Newport Beach. General view.

Half Moon beach.

Egg Rock, Nahant.

On the beach at Marquette.

Farragut Rocks, Rye Beach.

[Coach on the beach.]

[People on the shore looking at a ship.]

[Coach on the beach.]

[Girl on horseback in the beach.]

Surf Cottage, Naragansett Hostel and Pequot House.

Nantucket from Brant Point.

Nantasket scenery.

School of blackfish.

Beach view.

Fort Winthrop, from South Boston Point.

Nantasket long beach.

[Men standing near boats on the beach, Our House in the background.]

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

Boar's Head Hotel.

School of blackfish.

Nantasket beach.

Surf Cottage, Naragansett Hostel and Pequot House.

Boar's Head Hotel.

The Pavilion.

[People on the shore looking at a ship.]

[Girl on horseback in the beach.]

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

Washing fish.

[Coach on beach, and houses in the distance.]

Nahant.

Good Harbor beach, Cape Ann, Mass.

Blackfish.

Nantasket beach.

[View of people with fishing poles standing by a boat on the shore.]

Good Harbor beach, Cape Ann, Mass.

Fort Dumpter.

Ledge at Boat House.

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

Maolis Garden at Nahant.

[Children in goat cart on beach.]

Gun Rock House.

Party "going a fishing," Magnolia Point.

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