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End of Apocalypse

Historiated initials, Hand II, of Joel talking to a group of people. Marginal note in blue ink directs reader to second prologue of Joel at the end, after Interpretations of Hebrew Names.

End of main hand; three note hands. Signature of Catesby.

End of hand 1, note hand.

Example of different style of decoration prevalent at end of codex. Blue initial with red penwork, yellow daubs as placemarkers.

End of erasure, large initial, gothic script, border design.

End of hand 1, beginning of hand 3.

End of hand 6; hand 7.

Three problems with end of explanations in main hand.

Sixth vision: as an angel pours the seventh vial into the air, a voice from the temple announces the end of time; cities split into parts and huge hailstones rain down on men. (Apoc. 16:17-21)

End of Apocalypse with note of date.

End of interpretation of Hebrew names with note of date.

End of the geneology of the French kings, in the middle column.

End of the geneology of the English kings, in the far right column.

Prayers added at the end of the manuscript.

End of hand 3, and note hand.

Explicit of main text, end of hand one. Colophon with name of scribe and date of writing.

End of third document, with date, and end of hand 2. Scribal notation. Beginning of fourth document (of Nicholas de Michaelis?) in hand 3.

End of first approval document, including date. Opening of second document, of Aloysius Schinelli.

End of fourth document, and end of hand 3. Opening of fifth document (of Benedictus Zatta), with date, and hand 4.

End of second document, opening of third, by Iacobus Pisauro, bishop of Pavia. Large initials.

End of final document.

Notes at end -- birth notices? (continue for several more pages).

End paper with Lenox Library bookplate.

End paper

End paper

End paper

End paper

End of hand 1, explicit of main text.

End of codex.

A prospect of the inside of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter in Westminster, from the Quire to the East End, with the furniture thereof, as it apeared before the Grand Proceeding entred; shewing the position of the altar, theatre, thrones, chairs, pulpit, benches, seats and galleries.

A perspective of Westminster-Abby from the high-altar to the west end, shewing the manner of His Majesties crowning.

A new and correct chart of part of the Island of JAVA from the West end to Batavia with the Streights of Sunda

A chart of the Iland of HISPANIOLA with the windward passage from Jamaica betwene ye East end of Cuba and the west end of Hispaniola

A large draught of the east end of JAVA and MADURA shewing the streights of BALLY

Explicit, including end of French text and some Latin phrases. Rubric.

End of Paul the Deacon, beginning of Landolfus Sagax's continuation.

End of text of Eutropius, beginning of Paul the Deacon's continuation.

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

An analemma, shewing by inspection, the time of sun rising and sun setting, the lengths of days and nights, the beginning and end of twilight ...

We believe that death is not the end of Man, ...'

Western end of the Great Erie Canal.

Indian Antelope, Antilope cervicapra. 1. Young in month of January 1822; 2. ... same Individual in end of Oct. 1823; 3. Adult.

Boston from the ship house, west end of the navy yard.

1st pyramide of Ghizeh, Wellington's chamber. Marks (drawn full size) on east end, near the north-east corner.

1st pyramide of Ghizeh, Wellington's chamber. Marks in centre of east end (drawn 1/2 size).

Great Pyramid. Queen's chamber, lower end of great passage &c.

Petra Shewing the Upper or Eastern End of the Valley

Excavations at the Eastern end of the Valley

The Acropolis, Lower End of the Valley

[End facade of the Monjas, at Chichén Itzá.]

Southern end of Casa del Gobernador.

South end of Lake Champlain with ruins of Fort Ticonderoga.

Cashmere scarf end.

Indian scarf end embroidered at Dacca on white muslin.

The Tunnel, lower end, Havana Glen.

Entrance to tunnel, west end.

Hoosac Tunnel, west end.

Blacksmith shop, &c., east end.

View from southern end of "flirtation," looking down the river.

End view of Dining Hall, Silver Spring.

View from southern end of "flirtation," looking down the river.

View of the cascade 200 feet high, 1-4 mile up the creek, to the right of the mouth of tunnel at east end.

View of the cascade 125 feet high, 1-4 mile up the creek, to the right of the mouth of tunnel at east end.

The railway on the end of Dump Mountain.

West End, Toltec tunnel.

Upper end of sluice at Bonanza bar.

The railway on the end of Dump Mountain.

The west end summer resort, New Orleans.

Entrance to tunnel, east end.

Entrance to tunnel, west end.

Machine shop at east end.

Machine shop at east end.

North End Park from old Copp's hill, Boston.

End of Mrs Edgar's House - "Hillside"

The railway on the end of Dump Mountain.

The portion of the officer's quarters shown in No. 4 looking from the other end. The first is the home of the commandant.

Appleton cabinet, interior, east end.

Entrance to tunnel, east end.

Appleton cabinet, interior, west end.

Entrance to tunnel, west end.

West end as it appears from the original standpoint, looking north-east.

West end, showing the brick arch.

Blacksmith shop, &c., east end.

Hoosac Tunnel, west end.

Idaho Springs town end.

End of Switchback, on the Wonder R.R.

View of east end of tunnel looking out.

View from the lower end of Plank Walk.

The High Bridge, End View, Harlem.

West end Main St., showing Merchant's Hotel.

Little Zion Valley, south end. Headwaters, Rio Virgin.

Machine shop at east end.

End of Mrs Edgar's House - "Hillside"

View from Nisky Hill, east end. [Bethlehem, Pa.]

West End Hotel, Bar Harbor, Mt. Desert, Me.

West End, Toltec tunnel.

Advance of civilization, end of track near Iron Point.

West End Hotel, Bar Harbor, Mt. Desert, Me.

View of east end of tunnel looking out.

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