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Miniature showing 1. golden sarcophagus being erected, with stone inscribed as monument of Mausoleus. Artemesia observes the work; 2. fleet of ships from Rhodes comes to Halicarnassus; Artemesia defends Halicarnassus. Initial, border design.

67 CE: Vespasian destroys the Jewish fleet on Lake Tiberias. The dead number 6,700.

The honourable Augustus Keppel, Admiral of the Blue Squadron of his Majesties fleet.

Ponta Tamandere (The Names of the Ships both of the Dutch and Portuguese Fleet)

Sir Charles Hardy Admiral of the White and Commander in Chief of his Majesty's fleet in the Channel

Charles Saunders Esq., Adm. of the Blue Squadron of his Majesty's Fleet...

The right honble. Richard Lord Howe Commander in Chief of his Majesty's Fleet, in the Channel

Commodore Hopkins, Commander in Chief of the American Fleet.

A sketch of the operations of His Majesty's fleet and army : under the command of Vice Admiral the Rt. Hble. Lord Viscount Howe and Genl. Sr. Wm. Howe, K.B., in 1776.

Sir Charles Hardy, Admiral of the White, and Commander in Chief of his Majesty's fleet in the Channel.

The Right Honorable Samuel Lord Hood, Commander of His Majesty's Fleet in North America. ...

The Right Honorable Lord Hood, Vice Admiral of the Red, and Commander Chief his Majesty's Fleet in the Mediterranean.

The Right Honble. Richard Earl Howe, Admiral of the White, Vice Admiral of England, and Commander in Chief of the Grand Fleet in the Channel.

Grand canal celebration, view of the fleet preparing to form into line

Sir Peter Parker Bart. Admiral of the Fleet.

Fleet, Joshua

Fleet, Joshua

Fleet, Joshua

Grand Canal Celebration. View of the fleet preparing to form in line.

Plan of the fleet, on the 4th Nov. 1825 passing the British sloops of war in the North River.

View of the City of New York in 1792 drawn by an officer of the French fleet driven into New York harbor by the British fleet

Fleet at William's house, White Bear lake.

Fleet at William's house, White Bear lake.

Fleet of vessels - New York Bay scene.

Fleet of vessels - New York Bay scene.

Capture of New Orleans. U.S. Fleet passing Fort Philip

Farragut's fleet ascending the Mississippi, April 17th, 1862

Fort Powell, or Fort Grant now under process of reduction by our fleet. . . .

The United States fleet coming to anchor in front of the City of New Orleans, Friday, April 25, 1862

Sketch of middle level sewer as carried over open cutting; sketch of form of the fleet street sewer as carried over the line near Kings Cross Station.

Our Fleet, Adirondacks.

Our Fleet, Adirondacks.

Fishing fleet off Long Point.

Fishing fleet off Long Point.

Park and fleet of U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.

Park and fleet of U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.

Vol. 5. Plate, F. [Map bound by Johnson St., Pearl St., Myrtle Ave., Fleet Place, Fleet St., Bond St., State St., Boerum St., Atlantic Ave., Court St., Fulton St.; Including Fair St., Willoughby St., Livingston St., Schermerhorn St., Washington St., Adams St., Jay St., Smith St., Lawrence St., Gallatin Pl., Bridge St., Hoyt St., Duffield St., Elm St., Gold St., Prince St.]

Vol. 5. Plate, G. [Map bound by Washington Park, Portland Ave., Atlantic Ave., Fourth Ave., Flatbush Ave., Fulton St., Fleet St., Fleet Pl., Bolivar St.; Including Elliot Place, Canton St., Fort Greene Place, St. Felix St., Raymond St., Navy St., Hudson Ave., Debevoise Pl., Willoughby St., La Fayette St., De Kalb Ave., La Fayette Ave., Hanson PL]

Vol. 5. Plate, D. [Map bound by Sands St., U.S. Navy Yard, Portland Ave., Myrtle Ave., Canton St., Bolivar St., Fleet Place, Pearl St., Concord St., Jay St.; Including High St., Nassau St., Flushing Ave., Chapel St., Park Ave., Tillary St., Sycamore St., Johnson St., Bedford St., Auburn Place, Lawrence St., Bridge St., Duffield St., Gold St., Prince St., Hudson Ave., Navy St., Raymond St., Division St., Elliott St.]

DINNER [held by] OLDE CHESHIRE CHEESE CHOP HOUSE [at] "FLEET STREET, [LONDON?]" (FOR;)

DINNER [held by] OLDE CHESHIRE CHEESE CHOP HOUSE [at] "FLEET STREET, [LONDON?]" (FOR;)

Sponge Fleet, Nassau, B. I.

Waiting for the New York Yacht Club Fleet, Marblehead, Mass.

Atlantic Fleet at Hampton Roads, Virginia

Rainbow Fleet Becalmed, Nantucket, Mass.

The Rainbow Fleet, Nantucket, Mass.

IN HONOR OF THE CAPTAINS OF THE US FLEET WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE BATTLE OF MANILA BAY [held by] US NAVY [at] COLONIAL CLUB OF NY (CLUB;)

IN HONOR OF THE CAPTAINS OF THE US FLEET WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE BATTLE OF MANILA BAY [held by] US NAVY [at] COLONIAL CLUB OF NY (CLUB;)

SHAKESPEARE COMMEMORATION [held by] WHITEFRIARS CLUB [at] "ANDERTON'S HOTEL, FLEET STREET, E.C. (ENGLAND?)" (HOTEL;)

SHAKESPEARE COMMEMORATION [held by] WHITEFRIARS CLUB [at] "ANDERTON'S HOTEL, FLEET STREET, E.C. (ENGLAND?)" (HOTEL;)

The Sponge Fleet, Nassau, B. I.

American Fleet blockading the entrance to Santiago Harbor-Naval Exhibit.

Brooklyn, Vol. 1, Double Page Plate No. 3; Part of Wards 4 & 5, Section 1; [Map bounded by Prince St., Johnson St., Bridge St., Fulton St.; Including High St., Jay St., Concord St.]; Sub Plan; [Map bounded by Concord St., Navy St., Pork Ave., Hudson Ave.; Including Prince St., Johnson St., Fleet PL., Tillary St.]

American Fleet blockading the entrance to Santiago Harbor-Naval Exhibit.

VISIT OF THE OFFICERS OF THE FRENCH FLEET [held by] LORD MAYOR [at] "GUILDHALL, LONDON, ENGLAND" (FOR;)

LUNCH IN HONOR OF ADMIRAL CAILLARD AND THE OFFICERS OF THE FRENCH FLEET [held by] HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT [at] "WESTMINSTER HALL, LONDON, ENGLAND" (FOR;)

VISIT OF THE OFFICERS OF THE FRENCH FLEET [held by] LORD MAYOR [at] "GUILDHALL, LONDON, ENGLAND" (FOR;)

LUNCH IN HONOR OF ADMIRAL CAILLARD AND THE OFFICERS OF THE FRENCH FLEET [held by] HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT [at] "WESTMINSTER HALL, LONDON, ENGLAND" (FOR;)

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

Queens, Vol. 1, Double Page Plate No. 10; Part of Ward 4, Jamaica; [Map bounded by New York Ave., Brooklyn Ave., Globe Ave., Rail Road Ave., Norris Ave., Brown Ave., Phraner Ave., Dubroff Ave., O' Donnell Ave., Russell Ave., Woodlawn Ave.; Including Fulton St., Canal St., Smith St., Puntine St., Locust St., Locust St., Linden St., Evergreen St., South St., Union Hall St., Centre St., Washington St., Fleet St., Prospect St., Beaver St., Church St., Division St., Rockaway Turnpike, Alsop St., Atlantic St., W. Catherine St., Catherine St., Water St., Hackett St., Scudder St., Cumberland St., Pacific St., Kosciusco St., Henry St., Little St., Remsen St.; Including Clayton PL., Twombly PL., Styler PL., Jack PL., Fleming PL., Strenski PL., Guinsburg PL., Duke PL., Claude PL., Brown PL.]

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

FAREWELL BANQUET AND BALL [held by] U.S.ATLANTIC FLEET CREWS [at] "STAUCHES DANCING PALACE, CONEY ISLAND, NY" (REST;)

Mobilization of the Atlantic Fleet at New York, October 12 - October 15, 1912.

Great White Fleet

Great White Fleet

Great White Fleet

Great White Fleet

Great White Fleet

Great White Fleet

An original sketch by an English officer on board of one of Adml. Howe's Fleet while at anchor in New York Harbor, just after the Battle of Long Island

The Honble. Edwd. Vernon Esq. Vice Admiral of ye Blue and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's fleet in ye West Indies.

Navy : fleet officers & midshipmen

Maurice Fitzgerald's Fleet of Boats Great Kills, Staten Island, N.Y. [fishing boats off shore.]

A sketch of the operations of his majesty's fleet and army under the command of Vice Admiral the Rt. Hble. Lord Viscount Howe and Genl. Sr. W. Howe K: B: in 1776. References. A. Fort Washington. Q. Fort Independence

Charles Saunders Esq., Vice Adml. of the Blue Squadron of His Majesty's Fleet, and Lieutt. General of His Majesty's Marine Forces.

A view of the bombardment of Fort McHenry, near Baltimore, by the British fleet....

[An original sketch by an English officer on board one of Adml. Howe's fleet, while at anchor in the Lower Bay, previous to landing on Long Island at Graves-End.]

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