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Opening of John with elaborate initial showing eagle. Smaller initials, placemarkers.

Opening of main text, miniature of John the Evangelist, border design, 3-line initial, rubric.

Opening of main text, miniature of John Evangelist. Initial, border design.

Opening of main text with miniature of John the Evangelist and border decoration with grotesque and animal, initial, rubric, linefiller.

Miniature of John the Evangelist on Patmos, with the eagle holding the saint's pen case; line fillers on last two text lines to justify the right margin of text.

Opening of main text, miniature of John the Evangelist. Other figures in border design.

The Eagle ....

Zoologie. Oiseau. Aigle de Thèbes (Aquila heliaca).

Zoologie. Oiseau. Aigle criard (Aquila nævia), adulte.

Thèbes. Karnak. Détails de figures, tirés des bas-reliefs de divers édifices.

Zoologie. Oiseau. 1. Aigle criard (Aquila nævia), jeune; 2. Élanoïde blac (Elanus cæsius).

Amon-ra [Amon]. (L'esprit des quatre éléments, l'ame du monde matériel.)

Assyrian horsemen pursuing an enemy.

Assyrian warriors on horseback.

The Eagles.

The Eagles.

The Statue of Liberty, near the Capitol, Washington, D.C..

The Statue of Liberty, near the Capitol, Washington, D.C..

Bronze group of eagles and Alpine goat, west of the Mall.

Bronze group of eagles and Alpine goat, west of the Mall.

The Eagles.

The Genius of America.

The Eagles.

The Genius of America.

The Eagles, bronze group, winter 1866.

The Eagles, bronze group, winter 1866.

The lecturn.

The lecturn.

Art Gallery, Pine Street, San Francisco.

Art Gallery, Pine Street, San Francisco.

[La guerre de 1870, grande allégorie.]

The "Republican" Building.

The "Republican" Building.

DINNER FOR THE HON. S. W. DORSEY [held by] CITIZENS OF NEW YORK [at] DELMONICO'S (HOT;)

DINNER FOR THE HON. S. W. DORSEY [held by] CITIZENS OF NEW YORK [at] DELMONICO'S (HOT;)

DINNER FOR THE HON. S. W. DORSEY [held by] CITIZENS OF NEW YORK [at] DELMONICO'S (HOT;)

DINNER FOR THE HON. S. W. DORSEY [held by] CITIZENS OF NEW YORK [at] DELMONICO'S (HOT;)

DINNER FOR THE HON. S. W. DORSEY [held by] CITIZENS OF NEW YORK [at] DELMONICO'S (HOT;)

DINNER FOR THE HON. S. W. DORSEY [held by] CITIZENS OF NEW YORK [at] DELMONICO'S (HOT;)

DINNER FOR THE HON. S. W. DORSEY [held by] CITIZENS OF NEW YORK [at] DELMONICO'S (HOT;)

The gorge of the Lîtâny. The precipices are in some places nearly one thousand feet in height. The banks are overgrown with sycamores, myrtles, and various shrubs, and eagles build their nests in the inaccessible cliffs.

DINNER FOR THE HON. S. W. DORSEY [held by] CITIZENS OF NEW YORK [at] DELMONICO'S (HOT;)

DINNER FOR THE HON. S. W. DORSEY [held by] CITIZENS OF NEW YORK [at] DELMONICO'S (HOT;)

DINNER FOR THE HON. S. W. DORSEY [held by] CITIZENS OF NEW YORK [at] DELMONICO'S (HOT;)

DINNER FOR THE HON. S. W. DORSEY [held by] CITIZENS OF NEW YORK [at] DELMONICO'S (HOT;)

DINNER FOR THE HON. S. W. DORSEY [held by] CITIZENS OF NEW YORK [at] DELMONICO'S (HOT;)

DINNER FOR THE HON. S. W. DORSEY [held by] CITIZENS OF NEW YORK [at] DELMONICO'S (HOT;)

The American girl

The American girl

American am I

The American girl

American am I

American am I

The American girl

American am I

The American girl

The American girl

American am I

American am I

Eagles Mere - The Lake

Eagles Nest Range from Kremmling, Moffat Road, Colorado

Eagle's Nest Station, Santa Catalina Island, Calif.

Eagle's Nest Station, Santa Catalina Island, Calif.

Leonardo, Windsor, 1118. [A wolf sitting in the stern of a boat steers it towards an eagle resting on a globe.]

57TH ANNUAL DINNER [held by] MANHATTANCRICKET CLUB [at] "THE ASSEMBLY, 308 FULTON STREET, BROOKLYN, NY" (REST(?);)

ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA [at] "THE ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, D.C." (HOTEL;)

ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA [at] "THE ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, D.C." (HOTEL;)

57TH ANNUAL DINNER [held by] MANHATTANCRICKET CLUB [at] "THE ASSEMBLY, 308 FULTON STREET, BROOKLYN, NY" (REST(?);)

57TH ANNUAL DINNER [held by] MANHATTANCRICKET CLUB [at] "THE ASSEMBLY, 308 FULTON STREET, BROOKLYN, NY" (REST(?);)

ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA [at] "THE ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, D.C." (HOTEL;)

ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA [at] "THE ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, D.C." (HOTEL;)

ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA [at] "THE ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, D.C." (HOTEL;)

57TH ANNUAL DINNER [held by] MANHATTANCRICKET CLUB [at] "THE ASSEMBLY, 308 FULTON STREET, BROOKLYN, NY" (REST(?);)

ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA [at] "THE ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, D.C." (HOTEL;)

ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA [at] "THE ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, D.C." (HOTEL;)

57TH ANNUAL DINNER [held by] MANHATTANCRICKET CLUB [at] "THE ASSEMBLY, 308 FULTON STREET, BROOKLYN, NY" (REST(?);)

57TH ANNUAL DINNER [held by] MANHATTANCRICKET CLUB [at] "THE ASSEMBLY, 308 FULTON STREET, BROOKLYN, NY" (REST(?);)

Honcho, Yokohama.

ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA [at] "THE ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, D.C." (HOTEL;)

57TH ANNUAL DINNER [held by] MANHATTANCRICKET CLUB [at] "THE ASSEMBLY, 308 FULTON STREET, BROOKLYN, NY" (REST(?);)

57TH ANNUAL DINNER [held by] MANHATTANCRICKET CLUB [at] "THE ASSEMBLY, 308 FULTON STREET, BROOKLYN, NY" (REST(?);)

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