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Kay Khusrau, on the top of a fortress, shoots a dîv who defends the castle of Bahman.

Suhrâb before the White Castle, his army behind him.

Text with rubrics and placemarkers. Miniature spread over two pages of a castle and angels killing people.

Miniature showing 1. Athaliah, crowned, extends her hands to 2 youths being slain; 2. coronation of Jehoash by two bishops; 3. three citizens observe over a wall; 4. the body of Athaliah is dragged from castle gate by her hair. Initial, border design.

Miniature of Semiramis on horseback, in full armor, with head bare. She leads an army against Babylon, which is shown as a castle defended by crossbowmen. Border design, initial, rubric.

Prospect of Cape Corse, or Coast Castle.

The water castle at Canton.

English castle at Anamabou; Fort Nassan at Mowri.

The castle of Putala, the residence of the Grand Lama.

Prospect of the coast from El Mina to Mowri; Negro canoes carrying slaves at Mansrow; Prospect of St. Georges castle at El Mina.

New York Battery Castle Garden Bay Narrows Staten Isld.

Letter to Gunning Bedford [jr., New Castle, Del.]

Letter to Colonel Thomas Duffs, Newport, New Castle Co

Letter to the Commanding Officer at Castle Island

Letter to the Commanding Officer at Castle Island

Letter to Colonel Thomas Duffs, Newport, New Castle Co

Letter to Gunning Bedford [jr., New Castle, Del.]

No. 33. Scene of a Storm, with a Vessel wrecked. The ruined Castle, and its bold Situation on the Summit of a Rock, are finely conceived

Boston, seen between Castle Williams and Governers Island, distant 4 miles.

Upnor Castle

Wager, Sir Charles. Admiralty Office. To Duke of New Castle

Wager, Sir Charles. Admiralty Office. To Duke of New Castle

Dinevawr Castle, from Observations on the River Wye

Chepstow Castle, from Observations on the River Wye

Ragland Castle.

View of Portchester Castle. By GB (George Browne).

Portchester? Castle. (By George Browne?)

Castle Garden, New York; Interior of Castle Garden

Landing of Gen. Lafayette at Castle Garden, New York, 16th August 1824

Dunstanborough Castle

Castle in the Island of Tortosa

Norham Castle on the Tweed

Norham Castle on the Tweed

Norham Castle on the Tweed

Coffin, Isaac. Raby Castle, Durham. To Captain Alexander Coffin

Coffin, Isaac. Raby Castle, Durham. To Captain Alexander Coffin

Scarbro' and Castle Yorkshire.

Castle of Zohauk-i-Maran; the British commandant of Shah Shoojau's second Janbaz cavalry, and Affghan troopers of the corps

Castle Garden, New York City.

Castle Garden from the Battery.

Castle Garden, New York. From the Battery. 624

The seige of a castle.

A. Two kings kneeling beneath the emblem of the deity ; B. A castle on the banks of a river.

Fugitives crossing a river to a castle.

The king before a besieged castle -- the battering-ram making a breach in the walls.

The interior of a castle (a ground plan) and pavilion or tent.

King seated on his throne within a castle ; Assault of a castle.

Attendants bringing vases &c. to a banquet ; A castle taken by assault. (From the centre ruins, Nimroud [Calah])

Castle Garden schottisch New York

Chariot and attendants of Sennacherib and a castle on a mountain. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].

Interior of Castle Garden

Castle Garden--exterior view from the Battery ; Interior of Castle Garden in former times.

Wall of the Castle of Antonia, Jerusalem

Castle Garden, New York.

Interior view of the State Emigrant Landing Depot, Castle Garden, N.Y

State Emigrant Landing Depot, Castle Garden, N.Y.

[Castle Garden and the Battery]

State Emigrant Landing Depot, Castle Garden, N.Y.

Castle Picnkey, Charleston Harbor, in possession of the South Carolina troops.

Plate 49: Town of North Castle (Armonk & Kensico), Westchester Co. N.Y.

Castle Rock or Point of Rocks, Bennington Vt.; View on the Susquehanna.; Descent into the Valley of Wyoming Pa.; View from GlenMary Lawn on the Owego.

Plate 72: Town of North Castle, Westchester Co. N.Y.

Plate 77: Bedford. - Bedford Station. - Katanoh, Town of Bedford, N.Y. - Mount Kisco, Town of Bedford and New Castle, Westchester Co. N.Y.

Oneida Castle [Village]; Madison Village [Village]; Solsville [Village]; Nelson Flats [Village]

Map of Windsor Township; Castle Creek, Chenango TP [Village]; Corbettsville, Conklin TP [Village]

Conway Castle

New York, Battery, Castle Garden, Bay, Narrows, Staten Isl.d [Island].

The Bay of 'Akka from the slopes of Carmel. With the ruined castle of Haifa in the foreground and a glimpse of the town of Haifa at the foot of the castle-hill ; in the distance the city of 'Akka is clearly shown.

Castle of Tiberias (Tûbarîyeh), showing the damage done by the earthquake of 1837

The castle of Mirabel. Now called Kûlat Râs el 'Ain, built by the Crusaders before the year 1149. It is nor a mere shell and encloses a large space of ground, in the centre of which stands a small mosque.

Tower of the castle at Caeserea. Built by the crusaders. It probably occupies the site of "Strato's tower," which was succeeded by the "Tower Drusus" of Herod.

The Nahr el Aujeh from Kûlat Râs el 'Ain. The river rises out of the earth in several copious streams at the foot of the mound on which the castle stands. This mound has been satisfactorily identified as the site of Antipatris.

Safed, one of the four holy places of the Jews in Palestine; showing the Jewish quarter on the western and north-western side of the hill, just below the castle

Castle of Safed, on the northern crest of the hill, with the Moslem quarter in the foreground

[Castle William, Boston.]

The plains of Esdraelon from the heights above El Mahrakah, looking towards the south-east. In the distance, in a central position, the village of Zerîn (Jezreel), with its white castle, is easily distinguished. On the left rises Jebel Duby (Little Hermon), and on the right are the mountains of Gilboa.

Mount Carmel from the castle at Sefûrîyeh, the Sepphoris of Josephus. The Roman name was Diocæsarea. The village lies on the south-west side of the hill; on the north side are the ruins of a church built by the crusaders on the supposed site of the home of the parents of the Virgin.

The castle of Caesarea. A medieval structure, with marble columns built transversely into the walls. In the interior there are several vaulted chambers. It stands on the ancient mole on the south side of the harbour.

Northern end of the Sea of Galilee, from the Castle of Tiberias.

The Kûl'at ibn Ma'ân, on the north-west side of the Valley of Pigeons. This castle consists of caverns connected by passages; opposite to it stands Irbid, the ancient Arbela

Harlach Castle

Strathaven Castle

A view of the Battery, Castle Garden, and the Statue of Liberty beyond. Lettering trimmed off: Castle Garden, New York showing Bartholdi's Statue of Liberty

Westchester, Plate No. 28 [Map of Town of North Castle]

Westchester, Double Page Plate No. 18 [Map bounded by Greenburg, North Castle, Harrison, White Plains]

Westchester, Plate No. 29 [Map of Town of New Castle, Village of Mt.Kisco, Village of Chappaqua]

BILL OF FARE [held by] CASTLE GARDEN HOTEL [at] 9 & 10 BATTERY PL. NY (HOTEL;)

BILL OF FARE [held by] CASTLE GARDEN HOTEL [at] 9 & 10 BATTERY PL. NY (HOTEL;)

My castle on the Nile

My castle on the Nile

My castle on the Nile

My castle on the Nile

My castle on the Nile

My castle on the Nile

My castle on the Nile

My castle on the Nile

My castle on the Nile

My castle on the Nile

My castle on the Nile

My castle on the Nile

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