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First vision: John writes his text while on the island of Patmos; the Son of Man, with sword in his mouth, amongst the seven candlesticks; angels with the seven churches.

Fig. LXXIII. Papyromylos.

Selenginski

A perspective view of Westminster Abbey, from the high altar to the west end, shewing the manner of his Majesty's crowning.

Christ Church

A view of New York from the north west.

Vue de la Vieille Aléxandrie (a. Obelisque, communément nommé, Aiguille de Cléopatre; b. Temple de César; c. Eglise de St. Marc; d. Eglises de St. George et de Ste. Cathérine).

A north west view of Westminster Abbey and St. Margaret's Church.

La Madonna dell'Orto, dei Padri Ambrosiani, Venezia.

Interesting old church near Savannah, Georgia

Arch Street, with the Second Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia.

New Lutheran Church, in Fourth Street, Philadelphia.

View of Annapolis, Maryland.

Vista de la cuidad de Lima desde las immediaciones de la Plaza de los Toros.

Christ Church, Philada.

Old Lutheran Church, in Fifth Street Philadelphia.

Baptist Church Fayette St. (Now Oliver St.) N.Y.

Old Dutch Church & Old House, cor. of William & Fulton Sts.

Burning of the Steeple of the Old North Dutch Church, New York

To the Honourable Rip Van Dam, Esq. this View of the New Dutch Church is most humbly dedicated

Entrance to the Convent of St. Mary

Church and Convent of St. Mary

High Street, with the First Presbyterian Church.

A correct view of the Old Methodist Church in John Street N. York. The first erected in America. Founded A.D. 1768

Broadway and Trinity Church.

St. Pauls, Broadway, N.Y.

Plate 15th. Church of the Ascension, Canal St. New York ; Exchange Place, looking to Hanover St. New York.

Plate 18th. St. Patrick's Cathedral, Mott St. New York ; St. Peter's Church, Barclay St. New York.

Plate 6th. St. Thomas' Church, Broadway, New York ; Park Theatre and part of Park Row, St. Paul's Church in the distance.

Rotunda, Chambers Street, Grace Church, Broadway, U.S. Branch Bank, Wall Street, St. George's Church, Beekman St., St. Patricks Cathedral, Mott St.

Plate 13th. Custom House, Wall St. New York ; Unitarian Church, Mercer St. New York.

Plate 17th. St. Luke's Church, Hudson St. New York ; The Reservoir, Bowery, New York.

Presbyterian Church, Carmine Street, St. Thomas' Church, Broadway, 2nd Unitarian Church, Mercer cor. Prince St., Washington Hotel, Broadway, Bowery Theatre.

Episcopal Church at Richmond, Virginia.

City Hotel, Trinity & Grace Churches. Broadway. New-York

Plate 1st City Hotel, Broadway ; Grace, and Trinity Churches, Broadway.

Elysian fields, Hoboken (New York in the distance) ; City Hotel, Trinity and Grace Churches (Broadway).

Mariage de nègres d'une maison riche; Convoi funèbre de négrillons.

Plans et élévation de deux grandes maisons: l'une de ville et l'autre de campagne.

Divers convois funèbres; Qûete pour l'entretien de l'Église du Rosario.

Négresses allant à l'église, pour être baptisées; Chevaliers du Christ, en grand costume de l'ordre.

Une matinée du mercredi saint, à l'église; Cavalhadas (tournois).

Cortége du baptême de la princesse royale Dona Maria de Gloria à Rio de Janeiro.

Pine St. Old French Ch. N. Y. built 1704.

Mariage de S.M.I.D. Pedro I-er avec la princesse Amélie de Leuchtenberg, 2-e Impératrice du Brésil.

St. Marks Church, New York.

Jerusalem -- the Church of the Purification

Ruins of the Church of St. John, Sebaste

Church of the Annunciation, Nazareth

Christian Church of St. George at Lud ancient Lydda

Church of the Holy Sepulchre, exterior view

Eglesia, Chichén Itzá.

Three pictures of the First Methodist Episcopal Church. The first . . . founded A.D. 1768, dedicated by the Revd. Philip Embury.; The second church rebuilt 1817. Dedicated by the Revds. Nathan Bangs, D.D., St. Merwin and Bishop Soule, and the third church rebuilt A.D. 1841. Dedicated by Bishop Hedding. Also, the old rigging loft as it now stands 120 William St. 1844. Formerly Cart and Horse Street. Names of the first board of trustess and those of 1844 and 1847

The Broadway Tabernacle

Churches of our Lady and of the Messiah

Plaine Saint-Denis.

Plaine Saint-Denis.

Blanford Church, Petersburg, Vir.

View in Cambridge, 1831.

View of Union Park, New York, from the head of Broadway.

St. Étienne du Mont

Hôtel des Invalides

St. Riquier.

St. Eustache, Paris

St. Trophime à Arles

Eglise d' Issoir.

Saint-Etienne-du-Mont.

St. Vulfran à Abbeville.

St. Gervais, Paris

Panthéon

Map of the local boundaries of the Protestant Episcopal Churches of the city of New York.

Rocher de St. Michel au Puy.

Madeleine

Cloister of Saint Trophime at Arles.

Egl. St. Gilles.

Saint Germain l' Auxerrois

Saint Germain l' Auxerrois- Grand Portal

Saint-Etienne-du-Mont.

Chevet de St. Martin-sur-Renelle.

Chevet de St. Martin-sur-Renelle.

Palestine. Jérusalem, arcades inférieures de l'Église du Saint-Sépulcre.

City Hotel, Trinity and Grace churches.

All Souls Church, New York.

Rev. Dr. Teny's church, Stuvesant [sic] Square.

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

All Souls Church, New York.

Church of Our Lady, Cold Springs.

St. George's Church, Beekman St., New-York, 1831.

Christ Church, Red Hook, N.Y.

Plymouth Methodist Protestant Church, Adrian, Mich.

Church of Our Lady, Cold Springs.

Christ Church, Red Hook, N.Y.

Plymouth Methodist Protestant Church, Adrian, Mich.

[The New York Post Office on Nassau Street, formerly the New and later the Middle Dutch Church.]

Saint Sépulcre, clocher

Saint Sépulcre, entrée principale

Saint Sépulchre, colonne du parvis

Saint Sépulcre, coupole.

Saint Sépulcre, vue générale.

Saint Sépulcre, partie supérieure de la façade

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