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Mutî', who has been restored to life by the Prophet, stands in front of him, his idol lying at his feet, and he converts to Islam.

'Abbâs, the servant of the brothers 'Utbah and Shaybah of the clan of 'Abd Shams, kisses the feet of Muhammad in recognition of his prophethood.

Eighth vision: John writes on a scroll of the wedding feast of the Lamb; John at the feet of the angel; the Rider on a white horse, with a sword issuing from his mouth at the head of the armies of heaven; the Rider in the winepress. (Apoc. 19:9-16)

Rubric and full-page miniature of men with their hands and feet being cut off.

Miniature showing 1. Epicharis being racked by two men as Nero and Proculus watch; 2. two men standing at the feet of dead Epicharis, her arms still over her head. Initial, border design.

Miniature showing torture chamber. Leaena is shown lying on a table, bound by feet and wrists to cords drawn through rings on walls. Attendents rack her, two cowled men stand apart. She spits her tongue at one of them. Initial, border design.

Miniature showing 1. Minerva observing two men weaving; 2. chapel to Minerva with statue of her in full armor with winged helmet, with a lance and a shield showing the head of Medusa. An owl perched at her feet. Initial, rubric, border design.

4 BCE: Archelaus, seeking confirmation of his succession, falls to his knees at the feet of the emperor Augustus. Augustus makes no immediate decision about the succession, as Archelaus's brother, Antipas, also lays claim to the crown.

67 CE: Working under constant fire from Roman catapults and archers, Jewish masons raise the walls of the fortress of Jotapata by thirty feet. Josephus has devised a method to protect the masons by ordering a series of palisades to be erected and overlaid with ox hides to deflect the Roman missiles.

The flying bridge built between two mountains on the River Whang-ho in China, 600 feet long and 650 high from the River.

Temple of Pau-lin-shi near Nankin; In this temple are at least 10,000 images all made of plaister, some 6 feet high, but most of them only one.

Drawing which accompanies text on 3v -- woman washes Christ's feet and dries them with her hair.

A view of the Great Cohoes Falls, on the Mohawk River; the fall about seventy feet; the river near a quarter of a mile broad.

Beak and feet of the Platypus of their Natural size.

Back view of a man in breeches and doublet, with horn and knife in a sheath; detail of leg and foot.

Organ in Tabernacle, 50 feet high. Contains 3000 pipes.

Organ in Tabernacle, 50 feet high. Contains 3000 pipes.

New suspension bridge 1268 feet long.

New suspension bridge, Niagara, 1258 feet long.

New suspension bridge, 1258 feet long, Niagara.

New suspension bridge 1268 feet long.

New suspension bridge, Niagara, 1258 feet long.

These 4 houses were moved 175 feet, without any injury to them whatever.

Mt. Pisgah Plane. 2322 feet long, 864 feet high.

Maiden rock, 480 feet high.

Cypress tree, 25 feet diameter.

The new air compressors which furnish power to drive the drills, about 500 feet below the surface of the earth.

Niagara, five feet of frozen spray on arch in Prospect Park.

Interior Raiway [Railway] Suspension Bridge, 800 feet long.

First, or Ithaca Fall, 155 feet high.

Interior Raiway [Railway] Suspension Bridge, 800 feet long.

Railway Suspension Bridge Niagara, 800 feet long.

Railway Suspension Bridge, 800 feet long.

Railway Suspension Bridge, 800 feet long.

The Devil's Punch-bowl (10 feet 11 inches deep), Glens Falls.

Treasury St., Seven feet wide. St. Augustine, Fla.

Treasury St., Seven feet wide.

Tabernacle, 250 feet long, 150 feet wide, 80 feet high.

Sentinel Rock, 3270 feet high.

Cloud's Rest, 6,450 feet high, from the Little Yosemite Valley.

Ferdinand de Lessops,250 feet high, 84 feet in circumference.

Section of the original Big Tree, diameter 25 feet, Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.

The Three Brothers, 4000 feet high. View from the Marced River.

Vernal Fall, height, 400 feet, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Nevada Falls, 700 feet high.

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

Yo Semite Falls, 2,634 feet high.

Father of the Forest, 400 feet long, Cal.

Cathedral Rocks, 2,400 feet high, from near Black's Hotel, Merced River.

Mirror of Yosemite Falls, 2,634 feet high, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Bridal Veil Falls, xxx feet high, Yos. val. Cal.

Nevada Falls, 700 feet, Cal.

But-end section of the Original Big Tree, diameter 25 feet, Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.

Nevada Fall, 600 feet high.

North Dome, 3729 feet high.

Big Tree, Empire State, circumference 84 feet. Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.

Yo Semite Falls, 2,634 feet high.

Nevada Fall, 700 feet high, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Nevada Falls, 700 feet, Cal.

Cathedral Rocks and Spires, 2670 feet high. View at sunrise.

Father of the Forest, 400 feet long, Cal.

Yosemite Falls, 2634 feet high, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Big Tree A. Lincoln, 320 feet high, Mmammoth trees of Calaveras Co., California.

The Three Graces, 272 feet high, circumference 32 feet, Mammoth Grove, Calaveras County.

Cap of Liberty, height, 3,100 feet, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Yosemite Fall, 2,634 feet.

Mount Watkins, height 3,900 feet, Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

Nevada Falls, 700 feet, Cal.

Mount Star King, 5,600 feet above the Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

Yo Semite Falls, 2,634 feet high.

The Lost Arrow, Height 3,000 feet, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Upper Cisco in winter,altitude 5911 feet. Central Pacific Railroad.

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

Mt. Hoffman, 10,872 feet above the sea.

The Bridal Veil Fall, 940 feet high, and Three Graces, Yosemite Valley, Mariposa County.

Vernal Falls, 350 feet high.

Nevada Fall, 700 feet high, after a snow storm.

Yo-Semite Falls, 2,634 feet high, and the Merced River.

Sentinel Rock, 3270 feet high.

From Glacier Point, looking down, 3,200 feet, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Mirror view, Cath. Rocks, 2,600 feet high, from point 3 miles off, Yosemite, cal.

Cloud's Rest, 6,450 feet high, from the Little Yosemite Valley.

North Dome, 3720 feet high.

Summit of Mt. Dana, 13,227 feet above the level of the sea. View from the Bloody Canyon.

Mother of the Forest, Circumference 78 feet bark off. Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.

Yosemite Valley, from 3,000 feet above, Cal.

Vernal Falls, 350 feet high.

The North Dome, 3,725 feet high, Royal Arch and Washington Tower, Yo-Semite Valley, Mariposa County.

Sawing section of the Original, 98 feet at base.

Father of the Forest, 400 feet long, Cal.

Secret Town Bridge, 1,100 feet long. 62 miles from Sacramento.

Cathedral Spires, height 1,800 feet, Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

Treasury St., Seven feet wide. St. Augustine, Fla.

View on Donner Lake. Altitude 5,964 feet.

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 Sentinels (3,043 feet high), Yosemite, Cal.

Vernal Falls, 350 feet high.

Bridal Veil Falls, xxx feet high, Yos. val. Cal.

Yosemite Falls, 2,634 feet high, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

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