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67 CE: The rebels of Scythopolis, having fled to Tarichaeae in the Galilee, draw the Romans into a naval battle on Lake Tiberias.

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

67 CE: The Romans prepare to besiege Gamala, a fortress east of Lake Tiberias. They apply battering-rams at three points and break through the wall.

The south view of Oswego on Lake Ontario

A particular map of the River Sanaga, from its desart to the Isle of Morfil or Ivory, including the Lake of Pania Fuli

A particular map of the River Sanaga, from the defart to the Isle of Morfil of Ivory, including Lake of Pania Fuli.

Ruins of Fort Ticonderoga - Lake Champlain

A south view of Oswego, on Lake Ontario, in North America.

Johnson, Sir William. Camp at Lake George. To Major-General [Phineas] Lyman

Johnson, Sir William. Camp at Lake George. To Major-General [Phineas] Lyman

A prospective plan on the battle fought near Lake George on the 8th of September, 1755....

Kingston. Lake Ontario

Lake Otsego from Witchhazel Point

Lake George from Fort George

View of the ruins of Ticonderoga forts on Lake Champlain

Ruins of Fort Ticonderoga - Lake Champlain

Letter to Gen. [Philip] Schuyler, Lake George

Letter to Gen. [Philip] Schuyler, Lake George

Letter to Gen. [Philip] Schuyler, Lake George

Letter to Col. [Timothy] Bedel at Onion or elsewhere on Lake Champlain

Letter to Gen. [William] Johnson, at Camp, Lake George

Letter to Col. [Timothy] Bedel at Onion or elsewhere on Lake Champlain

Letter to Gen. [William] Johnson [Lake George, N. Y.]

Letter to Gen. [Philip] Schuyler, Lake George

Letter to Gen. [William] Johnson [Lake George, N. Y.]

Letter to Gen. [Philip] Schuyler, Lake George

A map of the country between Albemarle Sound and Lake Erie : comprehending the whole of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania, with parts of several other of the United States of America

Peace be thy lot my amiable Friend, ...' (B. Lake, Liverpool, April 19th, 1796)

Bouquet Gage d'amitié. (S. Lake)

Lake George

[Buffalo from Lake Erie]

The Lake of Thun, Swiss

Fayoum [Fayyûm]. Vues d'un temple égyptien, situé vers l'extrémité occidentale du lac appelé Birket el-Qeroun [Birket Qarun, or Lake Moeris].

Lacs Amers. [Bitter Lake]

Fayoum [Fayyûm]. 1-13. Plans, élévation, coupes et détails d'un temple égyptien, situé vers l'extrémité occidentale du lac appelé Birket el-Qeroun [Birket Qarun, or Lake Moeris]; 14-18. Plans et détails de plusieurs antiquités des environs.

Montclair & Greenwood Lake Railway Co.

[A view of the Lake & Fort Erie, from Buffalo Creek.]

Montclair & Greenwood Lake Railway Co.

A view of the lake and Fort Erie, from Buffalo Creek.

Attack on Fort Oswego, Lake Ontario, N. America.

Key to B. Tanner's print of Macdonough's victory on Lake Champlain, and defeat of the British army at Plattsburg by Genl. Macomb, September 11th. 1814.

MacDonough's victory on Lake Champlain, and defeat of the British Army at Plattsburg by Genl. Macomb, Septr. 11th. 1814.

The course of the River St. Laurence : from Lake Ontario, to Manicouagan Point ; United States of America.

View of the ruins of Ticonderoga forts on Lake Champlain.

City of Baccus [Bacchias] on the Lake Moeris [Birket Qarun].

A new map and profile of the proposed canal from Lake Erie to Hudson River in the State of New York

Map and profile of the Champlain Canal as made from Lake Champlain to the Hudson River and surveyed thence to the tide at Waterford

Address of Governor Clinton upon mingling the waters of Lake Erie with the Atlantic.

The outlet of Niagara River (Lake Ontario in the distance).

DeWitt Clinton [mingling the waters of Lake Erie with the Atlantic].

Bridge across Lake Cayuga.

Geological profile extending from the Atlantic to Lake Erie.

White Hall, Lake Champlain

Lake George and the village of Caldwell

Buffalo, from Lake Erie.

Trap dyke at Avalanche Lake.

View at Lake Colden.

View of the Indian Pass, from Lake Henderson.

Survey of the several routes for a rail road from Ogdensburgh to Lake Champlain : made in pursuance of an act of the State of New York, passed May 14th, 1840

Funeral passing over the sacred Lake of the Dead, and its arrival at the tomb on the other side. Thebes.

[Lake Superior, Missabay mountains, Chipeway country, region of rocks and water, Wisonsin Territory; top right.]

60. The Mossbonker (Aosa menhaden). 61. The Branded Corvina (Corvina ocellata). 62. The Spineless Perch (Aphredoderus sayanus). 63. The Lake Sheepshead (Corvina oscula).

189. The Sharp-nose Sturgeon (Acipencer oxyrhincus). View of under side, and head viewed from above. 190. The Dromedary Trunk-fish (Lactophrys camelinus). 191.The Lake Sturgeon (Acipencer rubicundus).

Map shewing the rail roads between Lake Erie, New York & Boston : intended to illustrate the importance of the N. York & Erie Rail Road

120. The Brook Trout (Salmo fontinalis). 121. The Argentine (Scopelus humboldti). 122. The Sea Salmon (Salmo salar). 123. The Lake Salmon Trout (S. confinis).

164. The Lake Mooney (Hyodon clodalus). 165. The White Lake Bass (Labrax albidus). 166. The Common Pond-fish (Pomotis vulgaris).

167. The American Sand Launce (Ammodytus americanus). 168. The Spotted Burbot (Lota maculosa). 169. The New-York Ophidium (Ophidium marginatum). 170. The Great Lake Catfish (Pimelodus nigricans).

64. The Rough Yellow Perch (Perca serrato-granulata). 65. The unarmed Uranoscopus (Uranoscopus anoplos). 66. The Seaweed Blenny ( Blennius fucorum). 67. The Lake Sheepshead (Corvina oscula).

The Great Salt Lake

A. Idols and captives from a conquered Nation [Calah]; B. Fisherman in a lake. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik]

South end of Lake Champlain with ruins of Fort Ticonderoga.

DINNER MENU [held by] LAKE HOUSE [at] "CHICAGO, IL." (HOTEL)

DINNER MENU [held by] LAKE HOUSE [at] "CHICAGO, IL." (HOTEL)

Map of Lake George

Echo Lake. Franconia Mountains, N. H.

Lake of the Clouds.

Lake terminus of the Shell Road from the pier of the Jefferson and Pontrachain Railroad.

Lighthouse on Lake Ponchartrain, entrance of the New Canal.

View of Madison the capital of Wisconsin. Taken from the water cure, south side of Lake Menona, 1855.

Ruins of Fort Ticonderoga, Lake Champlain.

View from Upper Camp Floyd, Cedar Valley west of Lake Utah

The piazza, Ft. Wm. Henry Hotel, Lake George.

The Lake.

View of Lake of the Isles.

Steamer ["Minne-ha-ha"] on Lake George.

View of Lake of the Isles.

Stage coach, Lake George.

Ganouskie [steamer], Lake George, N.Y.

Spring Pock Point, Lake Champlain.

Fort Wm. Henry Hotel, Lake George.

[Lake view.]

[View of an old house and canoe, Lake George.]

Boat on Lake Eldridge. [Preaching?] stand in rear.

Watkins village and Seneca Lake.

Lake St., Negro procession celebrating "Emancipation proclamation."

Bathing place at Lake George.

Lake George, N.Y.

[Lake Mahopac.]

Lake Champlain. Steamboat dock at Ticonderoga.

Fort William "Henry Hotel," Lake George, N.Y.

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