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Fig. CXLV. Cochlea quadruplex.

Fig. CXLI. Chochlea quadruplex, cum pateotrocho.

Fig. CXXXIII. Haustrum simplex, per capsulas.

Fig. CL. Trochlea.

Fig. XCIII. Antlergon, simplex.

Fig. CXI. Antlia simplex.

Fig. CXXIII. Haustrum, cum capsulis.

Fig. CIX. Hydrotechnema, cum quadruplici cochleâ.

Fig. CXXXIX. Haustrum, per urnam, & pateotrochum.

Fig. CII. Antlia duplex.

Fig. CXLII. Cochlea duplex, cum pateotrocho.

Fig. CXLIV. Cochlea quadruplex, annexo cum pondere.

Fig. XCVII. Antlergon, quadruplex.

Veduta della vasta Fontana di Trevi anticamente detta l'Acqua Vergine.

Gruppo di colonne.

Foro antico Romano.

Gruppo di Scale.

The park fountains & City Hall N.Y.

Fountain of Serpents

Ancient Bath near the Fountains of the Palici

Vue de la fontaine publique et du Couvent de Dervich sur la rue Habbanyeh

Vue de la Fontaine et de l'École d' Jsmayl-Bey sur la rue Souo-el-Asr.

Fontaine et kiosques du Jardin de Choubrah

Vue de la Fontaine et de l'École d' Jsmayl-Bey sur la rue Souo-el-Asr.

Fontaine et kiosques du Jardin de Choubrah

Vue de la fontaine publique et du Couvent de Dervich sur la rue Habbanyeh

Vue de l'Okel Zoulfiqar

Croton water celebration 1842.

View of New York City Hall, with fountain playing in foreground. Above: Croton Jubilee Quick Step

Mosque of Sultan Hassan, Cairo

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

Park fountain, New-York

Bowling Green fountain.

Place de la Concorde

City Hall Park fountain, seen from the east.

Fontaine arabe, 2.

Fontaine de Saint Philippe

St. George's Church, (Stuyvesant Sq.)

United States Hotel Park.

View of the fountain from the shadow of a burr oak.

The South Front.

City Hall, Charlestown, Mass.

[A frozen fountain in the square, New Britain, Conn.]

The White House, Washington, D.C.

Front view of White House.

The Bartholdi Fountain and Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Fountain, West Front of the Capitol.

View of the fountain from the shadow of a burr oak.

Park Fountain playing.

Park Fountain.

Park Fountain.

Fountain in the Park.

Mitchell Residence and Fountain.

Lafayette Park, St. Louis.

Boston Common Brewer fountain.

Brewer fountain, Boston Common.

Fountain on the Frog Pond, Boston Common.

[View of Boston Common showing fountain, trees, and lamps.]

Brewer fountain, Boston Common.

Brewer fountain, Boston Common.

[View of the Brewer fountain in Boston Common.]

View of Crystal Spring, Allentown, Pa.

Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md.

Harlem Square and Fountain.

Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md.

Brewer fountain, Boston Common.

[View of Boston Common showing fountain, trees, and lamps.]

Brewer's fountain, Boston Common.

Boston Common Brewer fountain.

Fountain on Boston Common.

Stereoscopic views of Boston Common.

Come to town to see the sights.

Patent Office Court Yard, Washington, D.C.

The White House, Washington, D.C.

The President's House.

White House, North Front. Washington, D.C.

Front view of White House.

View of the park and fountain from Rose St.

Front view of the White House.

President's House, Washington.

President's House.

Front view of White House.

Patent Office Court Yard, Washington, D.C.

Park fountain playing.

Park Fountain.

[Park fountain playing.]

Fountain in the Park.

View of the fountain from the shadow of a burr oak.

Mitchell Residence and Fountain.

Gates of Crawford Notch from Crawford House.

Gates of Crawford Notch from Crawford House.

[Men and women posing around unidentified fountain.]

Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md.

Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md.

The Bartholdi Fountain and Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Fountain, West Front of the Capitol.

The South Front.

[View of the White House.]

White House, North Front. Washington, D.C.

President's House, Washington.

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