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Ragged cliffs made by Art

Fig. 1. Tschabel Esselsele, c'est-à-dire Montagne de la Chaîne; Fig. 2. Dessein particulier de la pierre, à la quelle selon la tradition étoit attachée la chaîne, pour fermer le Nil. (a. Trous pour pouvoir monter, b. Rochers de granit.)

Palisades.

Sakanoshita

Limestone Rocks on Buck Creek near Springfield, Ohio.

Scene on the Nile near Wady Dabod, with crocodiles.

Mount Hor, from the Cliffs Encircling Petra

The hypaethral temple at Philae, called the Bed of the Pharoah

Approach to the fortress at Ibrim

Cape Blanco

The Catskill's. Mountain House and Ledge.

The Catskill's. Mountain House and Ledge.

Top of Pilot Knob. 600 feet in height.

Gay Head cliffs, Martha's Vineyard--(bird's eye view).

Cathedral Rocks and Spires, 2670 feet high. View from the Merced.

Three Brothers, Cal.

Sawkill, Pike Co., PA, cliffs and falls.

Palisades, looking south.

[Tourists on horseback, Yosemite Falls, California.]

Nantasket scenery.

Cliffs, looking up, Gay Head.

Cliffs, looking up, Gay Head.

The Pictured Rocks, "Wreck Cliff" and cascade.

Dalles of Pigeon River.

South Light and Bluffs, looking North East.

South Light and Bluffs, looking North East.

Purgatory.

[Yosemite Valley, California.]

Yosemite Valley, California.

Yosemite Valley, California.

Harlet's Ledge, No. Conway.

Yosemite Valley, [Calif.]

Cathedral Rocks and Spires, 2670 feet high. View from the Merced.

Rafe's chasm.

Great gully, Pigeon Cove.

Beach, cliffs, and Gun Rock House.

Boar's Head Hotel.

Gate landing to the Cathedral, North Conway, N.H.

Ice clad cliffs of Keweenaw.

Lover's Leap, on the French Broad River.

The Palisades from the Mountain House, New York State.

Palisades, looking south.

The river and cliffs below the falls, Niagara.

Brace's chasm, greenstone vein broken out by the waves.

Hudson River under the Palisades.

The Palisades on the Hudson River.

The Palisades, Hudson River.

Palisades, above Fort Lee, N.J.

Cliffs and lighthouse.

[Boomer's Landing. 'The Rowing Party.'.]

The Hudson, The Palisades.

Harlet's Ledge, No. Conway.

Bald Porcupine cliffs.

Beach Hill Cliffs, Mt. Desert, Me.

Beach Hill Cliffs, Mt. Desert, Me.

Palisades, above Fort Lee, N.J.

Palisades, above Fort Lee, N.J.

The Palisades, Hudson River.

Boomer's Landing foot of the Palisades.

Fallen fragments of the Palisades.

Eagle Cliff, White Mountains.

Otter Cliffs, Mt. Desert, Me.

View on the Hudson.

View at the Ferry Dock, foot of the Palisades.

Hudson River. [View up the River from the top of the Palisades.]

The Palisades from the Mountain House.

West Point from Fort Putnam.

Palisades from Huyler's Landing, Hudson River, looking south.

Yosemite Valley, California.

Beach, cliffs, and Gun Rock House.

Three Brothers, Cal.

Gay Head cliffs.

Rafe's chasm, Gloucester, Mass.

Whole of cliffs and shore, Gay Head.

South Light and Bluffs, looking North East.

South Light House.

South Light and Bluffs, looking North East.

Purgatory.

Sankaty Bluff--100 ft. high.

Cliffs at Sankaty.

Glyn's bluff, Nahant, Mass.

Cliffs and road at Water Gap.

Nantasket scenery.

Great gully, Pigeon Cove.

Cliffs, looking up, Gay Head.

Cliffs, looking up, Gay Head.

Cliffs and lighthouse.

West Point from Fort Putnam.

Mirror Lake, Yosemite Valley.

Mirror Lake, Yosemite Valley, California.

Cliffs and road at Water Gap.

Dalles of Pigeon River.

Columar Rocks, summit, Thunder Cape.

The Pictured Rocks, wreck cliff and cascade.

Marquette from Ridge St., bluff.

Landing Palisades, Hudson River, N.Y. Englewood.

View on the Hudson.

The Palisades on the Hudson River.

Eagle Cliff, Franconia.

Giant Cliffs, Monadnock.

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