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Le feu

The smoking fire.

Sketch of the burning & destroying of Castle William in Boston Harbour

Plate IV. A view of the south part of Lexington

Sketch of the burning of the houses on Dorchester Neck, by our troops who went & returned upon the ice. 14 January, 1776

Shot from the heights...

Y se le quema la casa.

Burning of the Steeple of the Old North Dutch Church, New York

Milton, Book the Second...

To bathe in the waters of Life....

Then Los & Enitharmon knew....

And the Divine Voice was heard....

Uniformes der Spanishe Armee geduren[de] de Periode 1807-1808

View of the ruins of St. George's Chapel, in the city of New York, which was destroyed by fire, on the morning of the 5, of January, 1814, between 2, and 3, o clock.

Burning of Savannah.

[People gathered around cooking fires. People sitting on the ground.]]

Burning of Savannah.

The burning of Schenectady, on the ninth of February, 1689-90.

View of the great conflagration of Dec. 16th and 17th, 1835; from Coenties Slip

Ruins of Trinity Church as seen after the memorable conflagration of Septr. 21st. 1776....

Brand des Königl. Opernhauses zu Berlin

View of the great conflagration at New York July 19th, 1845. From the Bowling Green

Broad Street New York after the recent fire; The Bowling-Green and Broadway; The Bowling-Green and Marketfield-Street.

Burning and sack of a city (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik]

Main St. after fire.

Burned wood frame building, Kalamazoo, Mich.

People drying tea over small brick-oven fires.

View of a fire in a large industrial building.

Boiling sap over open fires.

Fire ruin of Lutheran church, Milton, Pa.

Men looking at smoking ruins after a fire

Barnum's Museum in ice. Fire 1868.

[View of a fire in large industrial building with men spraying water.]

Street scene in Beloit showing smoke from empty lot.

[Boiling sap over open fires.]

[Boiling sap over open fires.]

Street scene in Beloit showing smoke from empty lot.

[Fire ruin of Lutheran church, Milton, Pa.]

[Fire in New Britain.]

[Burned wood frame building, Kalamazoo, Mich.]

Main St. after fire.

[Burned wood frame building, Kalamazoo, Mich.]

[Fire in New Britain.]

Main St. after fire.

[View of a fire in a large industrial building.]

[Fire in New Britain.]

[Fire ruin of Lutheran church, Milton, Pa.]

[View of a fire in a large industrial building.]

[Fire in New Britain.]

[View of a fire in large industrial building with men spraying water.]

Street scene in Beloit showing smoke from empty lot.

Burning of the grain elevator, Atlantic Dock, Brooklyn, July 15; Destruction of the Weehawken ferry-house, Forty-Second Street, by the rioters, July 15

The great conflagration in New York City, July 13 - total destruction of Barnum's Museum with its millions of rare and wonderful curiosities

Hanging a negro in Clarkson St.; Scene in Thirty-second Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues; Negro hanged by the mob and houses burned, July 15

Burning of the 2d. Av. Armory; Attack on Tribune Office

Driftwood Fire. [Depicting ships at sea, with super-imposed fire and fireplaces, and sinking ship.]

Ruins of the United States Hotel.

Ruins of the United States Hotel.

[Men looking at smoking ruins after a fire]

Ruins of the United States Hotel.

[Men looking at smoking ruins after a fire]

Battle of Port Hudson.

Panoramic view from Observatory, looking westerly, showing Burnt disctrict on Munjoy's Hill.

St. Stephens Church.

India from Middle Street, looking west.

Water St., morning after fire.

Tents on Munjoy's Hill, from the Observatory.

Congress, from Pearl Street, looking north-east.

Canal Bank building and portion of Middle St., from U.S. Custom House.

Panoramic view of Burnt district from the Observatory, looking south-west.

Federal, from Pearl Street, looking north-east.

Looking northerly from Fore Street, at foot of Exchange.

Looking down Middle Street, from Free Street. U.S. Custom House in distance.

City Hall, from U.S. Custom House.

Looking northerly from Fore Street, at foot of Exchange.

Burnt district, looking south-west, from U.S. Custom House.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, showing portion of Temple and Exchange Sts., and U.S. Custom House.

Looking down Exchange Street, from U.S. Custom House.

Natural History building, Congress Street.

Panoramic view of Burnt district, from the Observatory, looking south-west.

St. Stephens Church.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, showing portion of Temple and Exchange Sts., and U.S. Custom House.

Looking down Exchange Street, from U.S. Custom House.

Pearl Street, from Federal, looking down.

Looking up Middle and Free Streets, from U.S. Custom House.

Looking up Exchange from Fore Street, Custom House and City Hall in distance.

Looking northerly, across Federal and Congress Streets, from U.S. Custom House.

Canal Bank building and portion of Middle St., from U.S. Custom House.

Federal, from Pearl Street, looking north-east.

Tents on Munjoy's Hill, from the Observatory.

Panoramic view from Observatory, looking westerly, showing Burnt disctrict on Munjoy's Hill.

Canal Bank building and portion of Middle St., from U.S. Custom House.

Cumberland from Pearl Street, looking north-east.

Burnt district, looking south-west, from U.S. Custom House.

Looking northerly, across Federal and Congress Streets, from U.S. Custom House.

Middle from Lime Street, looking east.

City Hall.

Interior of City Hall.

Looking down Exchange Street, from U.S. Custom House.

Elm trees on Locust Street, Catholic Church in distance.

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