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Muhammad dismounts before the house of Ayyûb al-Ansârî and puts his hand on the shoulder of the owner, who is overcome with emotion.

Muhammad sits beneath the arcade of Ayyûb's house with three of the Companions and heals Ayyûb's blind mother, who kneels before him.

Jericho: Town Plan and Rahab's House

67 CE: The Jewish intriguer John of Giscala accuses Josephus of betraying his country to the Romans and of misappropriating booty stolen from the Roman overseer Ptolemy. Incited by John, the mob attempts to set fire to Josephus's house. Josephus, covered in dirt and his clothing ripped, defends his actions.

The Morris house

Sir Peter Warren's house

View of a house on the north east corner of Exchange Place & Broad Street about the year 1680

Strange Garden House.

The sub-dean & confessor; the prebemdaroes pf Westminster, in number 12; the dean of Westminster; the master of the tewell house; privy councellors, not peers.

Isaac Norris : his house at Fairhill.

Negro house of Cape Mesurado.

Prospect of Bense Island and fort; Bense Island; Negro house at Sierra Leona.

A view of Louisburg in North America, taken near the light house...

The old stone house at Turtle Bay, N.Y. 1852 the building from which the Liberty Boys led by Willett took the King's stores

Interior of the Beekman house 1860 - Major Andre's room; Interior of the Beekman house, 1860 - The blue room

View of the house in New Utrecht, L.I. in which Gen. Nathaniel Woodhull died of his wounds in 1776

The Walton House as it was

A view of Louisburg in North America, taken near the light house.

Moore's house, at Yorktown, Virginia. In which Lord Cornwallis signed articles of capitulation to the combined American and French forces, October 19, 1781

House of General Charles Lee

New York in 1776 from the rear of Col. Rutgers House, East River

House near Basking Ridge, in which General Lee was captured in 1776

Richmond Hill House, N.Y.

View of the light house at Sandy Hook

A view of the bishop's house with the ruins as they appear in going down the hill, from the upper to lower town [Quebec].

Duche's house, res. of Gov. Thomas McKean, S. Third Street, Philadelphia.

The Brooklyn house of Philip Livingston, the signer.

House of Commons, as it appeared in 1741/2.

House of Lords.

The Vernon house, Newport, R.I., headquarters of Rochambeau.

A view of the House of Employment, Alms-House, Pennsylvania Hospital, and part of the city of Philadelphia.

A south west view of the City of New York in North America. 1. The harbour. 2. Nutting Island. 3. Staten Island. 4. Long Island. 5. Rutgars House. 6. South River. 7. Brew-house.

View of the Office of Ordnance with the Entrance of the House of Lords.

Plan of the fort made at the request of Mr Speaker [John Cruger] and the committee appointed to fix on a suitable plan to build a govt house

House where the first American flag was made; The liberty flag of 1775; First flag of South Carolina; Pine-tree flag at Bunker Hill; Flag adopted by Congress, 1777; Bunker Hill standard; The Gadsden flag of 1776; Standard of early American cruisers

A perspective view of Pensacola : 1. The fort ; 2. The church ; 3. The governors house ; 4. The commandants house ; 5. A well ; 6. A bungo.

The Right Honble. the Earl of Chatham seized with a fit in the House of Peers previous to this death

The Government House

Mr. Chew's House

The Braddock House, Alexandria, Va.

Old Kennedy house (Washington's headquarters) and Watts mansion

Letter to the Speaker [of the House of Representatives of North Carolina]

Gilman house.

Letter to the Senate and the House of Representatives of Massachusetts

Letter to [John Watts,] Speaker of the House of Representatives of New York

Letter to Jonathan Dayton, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Philadelphia

Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts

Letter to the Speaker of the Honble House of Representatives for the Province of Maryland

Letter to [John Watts,] Speaker of the House of Representatives of New York

Boston, April 9, 1773. Circular letter to the committees of other towns, communicating an extract of a letter "from a Gentleman of distinction in Virginia," dated Mar. 14, 1773, with the resolutions of the House of Burgesses. "We congratulate you upon th

Letter to Benjamin Harrison, Speaker of the House of Delegates

Letter to Charles Fenton Mercer, House of Representatives, Washington [D. C.]

Letter to Mr. Medhurst, Hallifax House, London

Letter to the Speaker [of the House of Representatives of North Carolina]

Letter to Charles Fenton Mercer, House of Representatives, Washington [D. C.]

Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts

Letter to the House of Assembly

Letter to Charles Fenton Mercer, House of Representatives, Washington [D. C.]

Letter to Benjamin Harrison, Speaker of the House of Delegates, Staunton

Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts

Letter to the House of Assembly

Letter to Speaker of Massachusetts House of Representatives

Letter to Speaker of Massachusetts House of Representatives

Arnold, Benedict. Holland House. To Captain McNeill

Letter to Speaker of Massachusetts House of Representatives

Letter to Speaker of Massachusetts House of Representatives

Letter to Benjamin Harrison, Speaker of the House of Delegates, Staunton

Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts

Letter to the Speaker of the Honble House of Representatives for the Province of Maryland

Arnold, Benedict. Holland House. To Captain McNeill

Letter to Charles Fenton Mercer, House of Representatives, Washington [D. C.]

Letter to Frederick Muhlenburg, Speaker of the House of Assembly

Letter to Benjamin Harrison, Speaker of the House of Delegates

Letter to Edmund Pendleton, Speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates

Letter to Benjamin Harrison, Speaker of the House of Delegates, Staunton

Letter to the Speaker [of the House of Representatives of North Carolina]

Letter to Edmund Pendleton, Speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates

Letter to the Speaker of the Honble House of Representatives for the Province of Maryland

Letter to Jonathan Dayton, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Philadelphia

Letter to Benjamin Harrison, Speaker of the House of Delegates

Letter to Mr. Medhurst, Hallifax House, London

Landscape with two figures, one mounted, on a road between rocks and a house visible to the right

To the Right Honourable George Dunk ... this plate representing the governor's-house and St. Mather's Meeting House ... = Representation de la maison du gouverneur, et de l'église de St Mather....

Steuben's log house; Steuben's rural monument; Steuben's mural monument

Phillips, W. Colonel Carter's House [Virginia]. To Colonel Bland

Phillips, W. Colonel Carter's House [Virginia]. To Colonel Bland

Guilford Court House. To General Morgan

View of the East India House.

Plan of the encampment and position of the army under His Excelly. Lt. General Burgoyne at Swords House on Hudson's River near Stillwater on Septr. 17th : with the positions of that part of the army engaged on the 19th Septr. 1777

Guilford Court House. To General Morgan

Plan of the encampment and position of the army under His Excelly. Lt. General Burgoyne at Swords House on Hudson's River near Stillwater on Septr. 17th : with the positions of that part of the army engaged on the 19th Septr. 1777

Greene, Nathanael. Camp at Gilford Court House. To General Morgan

Beckley, John. In the House of Delegates

Beckley, John. In the House of Delegates

Paca, William. Talbot Court House. To Governor Thomas Sim Lee

Lossberg, F.W. Morris' House. To Major General [ ]

Greene, Nathanael. Camp at Gilford Court House. To General Morgan

Paca, William. Talbot Court House. To Governor Thomas Sim Lee

Lossberg, F.W. Morris' House. To Major General [ ]

Lossberg, F.W. Morris' House. To Major General [ ]