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After the banquet Muhammad breathes on the bones of the lamb that they have just eaten and it comes back to life.

Fifth vision: all who worship the beast, including the rich and the lame (one with a dog), are marked on foreheads and hands; to honor the Lamb, the saved sing a new song, here "ihesu criste nostra salus" with musical notation.

Second vision: the Lamb of God surrounded by angels, and adored by the elders.

Eighth vision: John writes on a scroll of the wedding feast of the Lamb; John at the feet of the angel; the Rider on a white horse, with a sword issuing from his mouth at the head of the armies of heaven; the Rider in the winepress. (Apoc. 19:9-16)

Eighth vision: John hears the vast throng shouting; Christ in Majesty with four beasts, angels and elders; wedding feast laid out on a table, on which the Lamb stands. (Apoc. 19:1-8)

Second vision: the Lamb of God surrounded by angels, and adored by the elders.

Letter to Cols. John Armstrong, James Thackeston, and Gideon Lamb

Freeman, James. Boston. To Col. John Lamb

Freeman, James. Boston. To Col. John Lamb

Freeman, James. Boston. To Col. John Lamb

Freeman, James. Boston. To Col. John Lamb

Lamb, John. New York. To Theodorus Bailey

Lamb, John. New York. To Theodorus Bailey

The wolf and the lamb.

Charles Lamb.

The maiden and the lamb

The maiden and the lamb

The maiden and the lamb

The maiden and the lamb

The maiden and the lamb

The maiden and the lamb

Mary had a little lamb

Mary had a little lamb

Mary had a little lamb

Mary had a little lamb

Mary had a little lamb

Mary had a little lamb

Mary had a little lamb

Mary had a little lamb

DINNER [held by] LAMB'S CLUB [at] "BOHEMIAN CLUB, SAN FRANCISCO, CA" (OTHER (CLUB);)

DINNER [held by] LAMB'S CLUB [at] "BOHEMIAN CLUB, SAN FRANCISCO, CA" (OTHER (CLUB);)

Jes' ma li'l' black lamb

Jes' ma li'l' black lamb

Jes' ma li'l' black lamb

Jes' ma li'l' black lamb

Jes' ma li'l' black lamb

Jes' ma li'l' black lamb

Jes' ma li'l' black lamb

Jes' ma li'l' black lamb

The lamb that strayed from the fold

The lamb that strayed from the fold

The lamb that strayed from the fold

The lamb that strayed from the fold

Send back the lamb to the fold

Send back the lamb to the fold

Send back the lamb to the fold

Send back the lamb to the fold

The Lamb (cinema 1915)

The Lamb (cinema 1915)

The Lamb (cinema 1915)

The Lamb (cinema 1915)

The Lamb (cinema 1915)

The Lamb (cinema 1915)

The Lamb (cinema 1915)

Sculpture of lamb [?] with mandala, multi-level table with vases.]

Your affectionate friend, John Lamb.

John Lamb.

Manuscript in unknown hand, "Mr. Sheridan's verses written extempore on the Birth of Master Lamb after dinner"; with "Lady Caroline Lamb's answer"

Nude woman reclining in bed, being stabbed in the heart by Cupid, his hand guided by a skeletal spectre, "by The Ly. Caroline Lamb"

"Hon.ble William Lamb," by Caroline Lamb

"The Lady Caroline Lamb"

Woman with children, sky spirits, and a putto in the water, by Caroline Lamb

Baby with two birds, by Caroline Lamb, "tu ne m'echappera plus"; putto holding the moon, by Julia Conyers; baby waving to a winged, flying heart, by Caroline Lamb