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The flying bridge built between two mountains on the River Whang-ho in China, 600 feet long and 650 high from the River.

Bridge in the Quoja's country; Coco trees; Porcupine; Jackal; Tiger trap.

Trenton Bridge

Natural Bridge, Rockbridge Co., Va.

Letter to J. H. Tiffany, Schoharie Bridge, N. Y.

Letter to J. H. Tiffany, Schoharie Bridge, N. Y.

Wayne, Anthony. Camp of Goods Bridge. To General Morgan

Wayne, Anthony. Camp of Goods Bridge. To General Morgan

Lafayette, [Marquis de]. Headquarters - Corbins Bridge. To Col. Wood

The A View From Rochester Bridge

Wayne, Anthony. Camp of Goods Bridge. To General Morgan

Wayne, Anthony. Camp of Goods Bridge. To General Morgan

Lafayette, [Marquis de]. Headquarters - Corbins Bridge. To Col. Wood

Poetry signed by M. Bridge, April 5, 1796, Liverpool.

London bridge

A rustic bridge over a brook shaded by trees

View of the aqueduct bridge at Little Falls

View of the aqueduct bridge at Rochester

Bridge over The Brook Kedron

The bridge and cows

Little Devil's Bridge over the Russ above Altdorft, Swiss.

Little Devil's Bridge over the Russ above Altdorft Swiss[lan]d.

Bridge over the Schuylkill River flow near Philadelphia.

State of New-York. McComb's Bridge Avenue.

Lima, with the bridge over the Rimac.

Bridge across Lake Cayuga.

London Bridge, from Bankside, as seen in Sept.r 1826.

Cayuga Bridge.

View of the natural Bridge.

Road and Bridge over the Mohawk

View of Boston and the south Boston Bridge.

Bridge on the Hudson River near Luzerne

High Bridge during construction of the large main

Road and bridge over the Mohawk

Bridge and Hudson River near Luzerne

View of the Natural Bridge

Upper Ferry Bridge, and Fair Mount Water Works, Philadelphia.

Village of Fishkill N. York form the old stone bridge on the Albany Road.

View of the Natural Bridge, Virginia.

Fig. 1. The tents ; Fig. 2. Bridge in the southern dyke.

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

Bridge, Horatio, letter to. May 3, 1843. Copy in unknown hand. [Previously May 8, 1843].

View of High Bridge and the Harlem River.

High Bridge New York.

Length 1450 ft. The High Bridge at Harlem, N.Y. Height 114 ft.

Post Office. Above, eagle, etc. To the left, above: High Bridge; below : Odd Fellow's Hall. To the right, above: Harlem Rail Road ; below: Gothic Hall. Decorative border. Underneath, left: No. 3

Small house under tree near river with stone bridge.

New York high bridge.

Two people crossing plank bridge over mountain waterfall and stream.

View on the Harlem River, N.Y. The High Bridge in the distance

Genin's new and novel bridge, extending across Broadway, New York

Suspension bridge no. 63.

Ice bridge no. 7.

Covered bridge. Niagara Falls

Ice bridge, no. 14.

Suspension bridge no. 9.

R.R. bridge, 1000 f. long, Williamsport, PA.

R.R. bridge near Williamsport.

Bridge to Goat Island.

Suspension bridge over Niagara River.

[1st Ward. Plate: A Map bounded by Bowling Green Row, Stone Street, Coenties Slip, South Street, Whitehall, State Street; Including Bridge Street, Pearl Street, Water Street, Front Street, Moore Street, Broad Street]

[Plate 4: Map bounded by East River, Bridge Street, York Street, Main Street.]

Stone Bridge at Bellvale, Orange Co., N.Y.

View from Westchester?} Bridge, Matteawan, N.Y.

View from Westchester?} Bridge, Matteawan, N.Y.

[Plate 3: Map bounded by East River, Brooklyn Navy Yard, York Street, Bridge Street.]

Stone Bridge at Bellvale, Orange Co., N.Y.

Suspension bridge, R. R. track ab. carriageway.

South eastern view Galena, Illinois, from the draw bridge.

Suspension bridge, from the center of R. R. track.

[Wooden bridge across stream, gnarled tree at left.]

Kings Bridge, N.Y.

[Gate and carriage way, Suspension Bridge, Niagara Falls. Pedestrians crossing.]

Niagara Falls, ice bridge below the falls.

Ice bridge and mounds, Niagara Falls. [Hand-colored view.]

Suspension Bridge, from above Grist Mill.

Ice Bridge, Niagara.

Ice Bridge below the Tower, Niagara, N.Y.

Niagara - Bridge to Luna Island.

Ice Bridge, Niagara.

Suspension Bridge Carriage Way. Perspective view.

Entrance to the Suspension Bridge.

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