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Nouvelle carte de la Caroline

Carte nouvelle de l'Amerique angloise : contenant la Virginie, Mary-Land, Caroline, Pensylvania, Nouvelle Iorck, N. Iarsey, N. France, et les terres nouvellement decouerte dressé sur les relations les plus nouvelles

Le Canada, ou Nouvelle France, la Floride, la Virginie, Pensilvanie, Caroline, Nouvelle Angleterre et Nouvelle Yorck, l'Isle de Terre Neuve, la Louisiane, et le cours de la riviere de Misisipi

Carte qui contient une desciption des iles & terres que les Anglois possedent dans l'Amerique Septentrionale : et en particulier de la Jamaique, des iles Barbades, de la Nouvelle Angleterre, des Barmudes, de la Caroline, de la Pensilvanie, et du New-Foundland, avec un etat de chaque païs, du tems de sa découverte, de ses differentes productions, et de la nature du commerce qui s'y fait.

Partie de l'Amérique septentrionale, qui comprend le cours de l'Ohio, la Nlle. Angleterre, la Nlle York, le New Jersey, la Pensylvanie, le Maryland, la Virginie, la Caroline

Partie de l'Amérique septentrionale, qui comprend le cours de l'Ohio, la Nlle. Angleterre, la Nlle York, le New Jersey, la Pensylvanie, le Maryland, la Virginie, la Caroline

Carte de la Louisiane, Maryland, Virginie, Caroline, Georgie, avec une partie de la Floride

Carte de la Louisiane, Maryland, Virginie, Caroline, Georgie, avec une partie de la Floride

Partie de l'Amerique septentrionale qui comprend le cours de l'Ohio, la Nlle. Angleterre, la Nlle. York, le New Jersey, la Pensylvanie, le Maryland, la Virginie, la Caroline

Calycanthus floridus = Calycant de la Caroline.

Caroline R. (Queen of England).

Isménor. (Mlle Caroline) dans La lampe merveilleuse, Opéra, (Acade. Rle. de musique).

[Gilman, Mrs. Caroline Howard], AL to. Dec. 27, 1838.

[Gilman, Mrs. Caroline Howard], AL to. Dec. 27, 1838.

Caroline Fieldstedt.

M'elle Caroline Lassia [sic] dans Paquita.

Melle Caroline Lassiat, dans La fille de marbre: Academie Royale de Musique. [Lithograph by Alexandre Lacauchie] Imp. Decan et Lebref.

Caroline Rousset [in pencil]

Melle Caroline, rôle de Colombine

Melle Caroline, dans Les elfes. Théâtre de l'Opéra. [Lithograph by Alexandre Lacauchie] Lith. Godard, Paris.

Melle Caroline, dans le ballet du Cheval de bronze.

Caroline St., Key West, Fla.

Caroline St., Key West, Fla.

Mlle Caroline Acosta, premier [sic] danseuse from the Royal Opera, Madrid. Lith. of Ch. Hart

[Map bounded by Pier - Line 30-38, Laight St, Washington Street, Chambers St; Including West Street, Caroline St, Reade St, Duane St, Jay St, Harrison St, Franklin St, North Moore St, Beach St, Hubert St]

Caroline [Township]

Enfield Center [Village]; Enfield Business Directory. ; Mott's Corners Business Directory. ; Caroline Center [Village]; Caroline Center Business Directory. ; Slaterville [Village]; Slaterville Business Directory. ; Motts Corners [Village]

La blanche Caroline.

La blanche Caroline.

La blanche Caroline.

The Dreaming Iolanthe, King Rene's daughter, by Henrich Herz. A study in butter by Caroline S. Brooks.

A. T. Miner. ; Mrs. Caroline A. Miner. ; Mrs. Johanna Miner. ; Res. of A. T. Miner, Batavia, N.Y.

John Dorman. ; Caroline S. Dorman. ; Res. of Caroline S. Dorman, Batavia, N.Y.

The Dreaming Iolanthe, King Rene's daughter, by Henrich Herz. A study in butter by Caroline S. Brooks.

King Rene's daughter, "Iolanthe." A study in butter by Caroline S. Brooks.

The Dreaming Iolanthe, King Rene's daughter, by Henrich Herz. A study in butter by Caroline S. Brooks.

King Rene's daughter, "Iolanthe." A study in butter by Caroline S. Brooks.

The Dreaming Iolanthe, King Rene's daughter, by Henrich Herz. A study in butter by Caroline S. Brooks.

The Dreaming Iolanthe, King Rene's daughter, by Henrich Herz. A study in butter by Caroline S. Brooks.

The Dreaming Iolanthe, King Rene's daughter, by Henrich Herz. A study in butter by Caroline S. Brooks.

[Caroline S. Brooks and her sculpture in butter during a public exhibition at Armory Hall in 1877.]

[Caroline S. Brooks and her sculpture in butter during a public exhibition at Armory Hall in 1877.]

Judge Edmund Pendleton, Edmundsbury, Caroline Co., Virginia. Died 23rd October, 1803. Aged 82 years.

Tilden, Caroline M., 1882

Tilden, Caroline M., 1882

Tilden, Caroline M., 1882

Tilden, Caroline M., 1882

Tilden, Caroline M., 1882

Westchester, Double Page Plate No. 5 [Map bounded by Prescott St., Morris St., Highland Pl., Caroline Ave., Guion St., Chestnut St., Garfield St.]

Caroline

Caroline

Caroline

Caroline

Caroline

Caroline

Ma love divine, ma Caroline

Caroline of '99

Ma love divine, ma Caroline

Caroline of '99

Ma love divine, ma Caroline

Ma love divine, ma Caroline

Caroline of '99

Caroline of '99

Caroline of '99

Ma love divine, ma Caroline

Caroline of '99

Ma love divine, ma Caroline

Ma love divine, ma Caroline

Ma love divine, ma Caroline

Caroline of '99

Caroline of '99

SILBERHOCHZEITS-FEIER (SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY) [held by] CARL KAMPFHENKEL UND FRAU CAROLINE GEBORN SAHLMON [at] HAMBURG.

SILBERHOCHZEITS-FEIER (SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY) [held by] CARL KAMPFHENKEL UND FRAU CAROLINE GEBORN SAHLMON [at] HAMBURG.

SILBERHOCHZEITS-FEIER (SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY) [held by] CARL KAMPFHENKEL UND FRAU CAROLINE GEBORN SAHLMON [at] HAMBURG.

SILBERHOCHZEITS-FEIER (SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY) [held by] CARL KAMPFHENKEL UND FRAU CAROLINE GEBORN SAHLMON [at] HAMBURG.

Plate 26, Part of Ward 5: [Map bound by Huguenot Ave, Fresh Kills Road, Bridge Ave, Staten Island Rapid Transit, Amboy Road, Foster or Rossville Ave, Wood Row Road; Sub Plan A - Annadale Road, Moffatt St, Washington Ave; Richmond ( Part of Wards 3 & 4) - Fresh Kills Road, Richmond Hill Road, London Road, Cedar Ave, Richmond Road, Willard Ave, Park St, Andrews Ave, Park PL, Caroline St, Laurel Ave, Clarke Ave, Tysen St]

Newark, V. 1, Double Page Plate No. 28 [Map bounded by Caroline Ave., Myrtle Ave., University Pl., Cumberland St., Geneva St., Ocean Ave.]

This family moved out of an army area in Caroline County, that had to be evacuated by June; Now they are in an area that must be evacuated by September, and so are planning to move again, Caroline County, Va., June 1941.

[Plate 17: Map bounded by West Street, Laight Street, Varick Street, West Broadway, Thomas Street, Duane Street; Including Caroline Street, Washington Street, Greenwich Street, Staple Street, Collister Street, Hudson Street, Jay Street, Harrison Street, Worth Street, Franklin Street, Leonard Street, North Moore Street, Beach Street, Hubert Street ]

Gold capitals, uncials and Caroline in gold and purple frame, with large gold, purple and green initial. Strip of vellum written in later hand sewn into manuscript lies across the page.

Gold caroline in gold and purple frame.

Henry George and sister Caroline.

Manuscript in unknown hand, "Mr. Sheridan's verses written extempore on the Birth of Master Lamb after dinner"; with "Lady Caroline Lamb's answer"

Nude woman reclining in bed, being stabbed in the heart by Cupid, his hand guided by a skeletal spectre, "by The Ly. Caroline Lamb"

Gold uncial and caroline on purple background within gold frame. Text for Feast of the Circumcision/Purification. Large initial. Strip of vellum in later hand lying across page.

La manola par Caroline et Adelaide

Woman with children, sky spirits, and a putto in the water, by Caroline Lamb

Baby with two birds, by Caroline Lamb, "tu ne m'echappera plus"; putto holding the moon, by Julia Conyers; baby waving to a winged, flying heart, by Caroline Lamb

"Hon.ble William Lamb," by Caroline Lamb

"The Lady Caroline Lamb"

Carte nouvelle de l'Amerique angloise : contenant la Virginie, Mary-Land, Caroline, Pensylvania, Nouvelle Iorck, N. Iarsey, N. France, et les terres nouvellement decouerte dressé sur les relations les plus nouvelles

House in the area being taken over by the army; The family will be moved out in a few days, Caroline County, Va., June, 1941.

Page of regular caroline text, with 2-line gold and pink initials.