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Major General Wolfe, who, at the expence of his life, purchas'd immortal honour for his country, and planted, with his own hand, the British laurel, in the inhospitable wilds of North America, by the reduction of Quebec, Septr. 13th. 1759.

The Laurel Hills Mansion

Daphne Mezereum = Daphné Mezereum. [Daphne, spurge laurel, February daphne]

Daphne Laureola = Daphné Lauréole. [Spurge Laurel]

Cuvier's Kinglet. Male. (Broad-leaved laurel. Kalmia latifolia.)

Canada Flycatcher, 1. Male, 2. Female. Great Laurel. Rhododendron maximum.

View from Sunset Rock, near the Laurel House, looking towards the Peak.

Laurel Hill cemetery.

View from the Laurel House, Round Top in the distance.

The Bastion Fall, Kauterskill Glen, near the Laurel House.

Aerial view of the village of Anthony, Rhode Island, including Laurel Avenue next to the dam, Pilgrim Avenue on the far side of the railroad tracks, and J.H. Capwell Company buildings, near the bridge.

Laurel House.

Laurel Hill cemetery.

The Laurel House at Kauterskill Falls.

Maple Avenue, Laurel Hill cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa.

Port Carbon from Laurel Hill.

The Bastion Fall, Kauterskill Glen, near the Laurel House.

The Kauterskill Fall, near the Laurel House.

The Bastion Fall, KauterskillGlen, near the Laurel House.

Looking down the Kauterskill, from New Laurel House.

Laurel House.

The Kauterskill Fall, near the Laurel House.

View at Laurel Creek near the French Broad River.

The Bastion Fall, Kauterskill Glen, near the Laurel House.

The Laurel House.

The Laurel House at Kauterskill Falls.

Exterior of Laurel Glen Mausoleum, Cuttingsville, Vt.

Old Mortality." Laurel Hill Cemetery, Phila.

Interior of Laurel Glen Mausoleum, Cuttingsville, Vt.

The Kauterskill Fall, near the Laurel House.

The Laurel House and Kauterskill Falls, from Prospect Rock.

View from Laurel Hill cemetery, Phila.

The Laurel House at Kauterskill Falls.

Laurel Hill Cemetery.

The Laurel House at Kauterskill Falls.

Steamboat landing Laurel Hill Cemetery on the Schuylkill River near Philadelphia.

View looking down the Schuylkill River from Laurel Hill cemetery near Philadelphia, Pa.

Spring at Laurel Hill, Philadelphia.

Looking down the Kauterskill, from the New Laurel House.

View from Sunset Rock, near the Laurel House, looking into the Clove.

The Laurel House.

View from the Hudson, from Sunset Rock near the Laurel House.

The Bastion Fall, Kauterskill Glen, near the Laurel House.

Interior of Laurel Glen Mausoleum, Cuttingsville, Vt.

"Old Mortality." Laurel Hill Cemetery, Phila.

The Laurel House at Kauterskill Falls.

The Laurel House.

The Laurel House at Kauterskill Falls.

View from Sunset Rock, near the Laurel House, looking towards the Peak.

View from the Hudson, from Sunset Rock near the Laurel House.

The Laurel House.

The Kauterskill Fall, near the Laurel House.

The Bastion Fall, Kauterskill Glen, near the Laurel House.

Laurel Hill cemetery.

The Bastion Fall, KauterskillGlen, near the Laurel House.

Laurel Hill cemetery.

Steamboat landing Laurel Hill Cemetery on the Schuylkill River near Philadelphia.

Laurel House.

View from Sunset Rock, near the Laurel House, looking into the Clove.

Laurel House.

Spring at Laurel Hill, Philadelphia.

Maple Avenue, Laurel Hill cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa.

The Laurel House.

The Laurel House.

The Bastion Fall, Kauterskill Glen, near the Laurel House.

Interior of Laurel Glen Mausoleum, Cuttingsville, Vt.

The Bastion Fall, Kauterskill Glen, near the Laurel House.

Looking down the Kauterskill, from the New Laurel House.

The Bastion Fall, Kauterskill Glen, near the Laurel House.

The Bastion Fall, KauterskillGlen, near the Laurel House.

The Laurel House at Kauterskill Falls.

Exterior of Laurel Glen Mausoleum, Cuttingsville, Vt.

View from the Hudson, from Sunset Rock near the Laurel House.

The Laurel House at Kauterskill Falls.

View from the Laurel House, Round Top in the distance.

Laurel House.

Laurel Hill Bridge [Ipswich].

View from Sunset Rock, near the Laurel House, looking towards the Peak.

The Kauterskill Fall, near the Laurel House.

View from Laurel Hill cemetery, Phila.

Interior of Laurel Glen Mausoleum, Cuttingsville, Vt.

The Kauterskill Fall, near the Laurel House.

View at Laurel Creek near the French Broad River.

View from Laurel Hill cemetery, Phila.

The Laurel House and Kauterskill Falls, from Prospect Rock.

Laurel Hill Cemetery.

The Laurel House.

Maple Avenue, Laurel Hill cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa.

The Laurel House and Kauterskill Falls, from Prospect Rock.

The Bastion Fall, Kauterskill Glen, near the Laurel House.

The Laurel House at Kauterskill Falls.

Looking down the Kauterskill, from New Laurel House.

The Bastion Fall, Kauterskill Glen, near the Laurel House.

The Bastion Fall, Kauterskill Glen, near the Laurel House.

Laurel Hill cemetery.

View from Sunset Rock, near the Laurel House, looking into the Clove.

Looking down the Kauterskill, from the New Laurel House.

The Bastion Fall, Kauterskill Glen, near the Laurel House.

Interior of Laurel Glen Mausoleum, Cuttingsville, Vt.

Laurel Hill Bridge [Ipswich].

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