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68 CE: The Zealots institute show trials. They accuse an eminent citizen, Zacharias son of Baruch, of treason, but the judges acquit Zacharias.

Woman Swearing a Child to a grave Citizen

Habit of a citizen's wife in Florence, with a little bonnet, in 1768. Bourgeoise Florentine avec une petite coeffe.

Habit of a citizen's wife of Frascati in 1768. Bourgeoise de Frascati.

Habit of a citizen's wife of London in 1640. Une bourgeoise de Londres.

Habit of a citizen's wife of Bologna in 1768. Bourgeoise de Bologne.

Woman Swearing a Child to a grave Citizen

Young horse-racers torturing a free citizen for amusemen !

Citizen's National Bank, Indianapolis, Ind.

Citizen's National Bank, Indianapolis, Ind.

The late Jonathan Sturges, a celebrated merchant and citizen of New York

Receipt for the slave of citizen Jose Custodiu de Misquita

Tomb of America's greatest citizen, Washington, at Mount Vernon.

Tomb of America's greatest citizen, Washington, at Mount Vernon.

Tomb of America's greatest citizen, Washington, at Mount Vernon.

Tomb of America's greatest citizen, Washington, at Mount Vernon.

DINNER TO CHOS. F. MUPHY AND EUGENE M. TRAVIS [held by] CITIZEN'S COMPLIMENTARY DINNER [at] "OXFORD CLUB, BROOKLYN, NY" (OTHER (PIVATE CLUB);)

DINNER TO CHOS. F. MUPHY AND EUGENE M. TRAVIS [held by] CITIZEN'S COMPLIMENTARY DINNER [at] "OXFORD CLUB, BROOKLYN, NY" (OTHER (PIVATE CLUB);)

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

George Washington St. John, citizen and (upon occasion) soldier.

A Citizen

A Citizen

Citizen of Omar, West Virginia

Citizen of Omar, West Virginia

Citizen of Omar, West Virginia

Citizen of Omar, West Virginia

Citizen of Omar, West Virginia

Citizen of Omar, West Virginia

Community Library, Prince Bay Citizen's Engine House, Prince Bay, Staten Island

Citizen [Edmond Charles] Genet.

Community Library, Prince Bay Citizen's Engine House, Prince Bay, Staten Island

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