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Regiment v. Rüttiman (de Reding jeune) Obert. Oberst Lieut. Major. 1804

Fourth vision: the woman of the Apocalypse receives her crown from an angel and then flies to the mountains; the dragon spews water from his mouth in attempt to drown her. (Apoc. 12:1-6, 13-16)

Third vision: with the opening of the fifth seal, the souls of the martyrs under the altar cry out and receive white robes; with the sixth seal, stars fall from the sky, and naked peoples of the earth try to hide in caves in the mountains.

In India if the dead person has a wife, friend, or brother who is willing, they can be burnt on the pyre with the dead man. Four people are shown in a funeral pyre.

Mount al-Raqîm, where the Cave of the Seven Sleepers is located. Three men gaze at three sleeping men.

If an Indian wants to kill himself and get permission to do so, he is carried through the town on a chair... Here a young man stabs himself in the flames [top]; An Indian is shown immolating himself in the presence of a golden idol [bottom].

Map of the world, after Ptolemy.

The Prophet Elijah Receiving Bread from the Raven in a Landscape with Mountains and a River

A new map of ancient Italy, together with the adjoyning islands of Sicily, Sardinia, and Corsica, shewing their principal divisions, cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of Ipresent Spain & Portugal, shewing their principal divisions. cheif cities, townes, ports, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of Europe according to its ancient general divisions and names of its countries together with their chief cities, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of Latium, Etruria, and as much of ancient Itally, as lay between Gallia Cisalpina and Græcia Magna, shewing their principal divisions, cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of ancient Gaul or Gallia Transalpina, shewing the divisions thereof by Augustus Cæsar together with its principal people, cities, townes, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of the north part of antient Africa shewing the chiefe people, cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c. in Mauritania, Numidia, Africa Propria, Libya Propria, and Egypt.

A new map of Libya or old Africk shewing its general divisions, most remarkable countries or people, cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of Europe according to the present general divisions and names of its countries together with their capital cities, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of the western parts of Asia Minor, largely taken, shewing their ancient divisions, countries ot people, chief cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c.

Present Asia distinguisht into its general divisions or countries together with their capital cities, chief rivers, mountains &c.

A new map o East Indies, taken from Mr. de Fer's Map of Asia, shewing their chief divisions, cities, towns, ports, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of present Italy, together with the adjoyning islands of Sicily, Sardinia, and Corsica, shewing their principal divisions, cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of North America shewing its principal divisions, chief cities, townes, rivers, mountains & c.

A new map of Africk shewing its present general divisions, chief cities or towns, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of Turky in Europe and parts adjoyning shewing their principal divisions and chief cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of France, shewing its principal divisions, cheif cities, townes, ports, rivers, mountains &c.

Ancient Asia, according to its general divisions and names of its countries together with their chief cities, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of South Ameerica, shewing its general divisions, chief cities & towns, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of Iberia Europæa alias Celtiberia, or Ancient Spain, shewing its principal divisions. cheif cities, townes, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of ancient Germany, Rhætia, Vindelicia, and Noricum, shewing their principal people, tribes, cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of Sarmatia Europæa, Pannonia and Dacia, shewing their principal divisions, people, cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of Germany, shewing its principal divisions, cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, & Moscovy, shewing their present general divisions, cheif cities or towns, rivers, mountains &c.

Mount Tabor 1. Naim 2. Endor 3. Mount Hermon 4. The mountains of Gilboa 5. The mountains of Samaria 6. The river Kishon 7. The plain of Esdraelon 8. valley of Iezrael

A new map of North America shewing its principal divisions, chief cities, townes, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of North America shewing its principal divisions, chief cities, townes, rivers, mountains &c.

Selenginski

View of the mountains called Sierra Leone; Houses at Sierra Leone.

The flying bridge built between two mountains on the River Whang-ho in China, 600 feet long and 650 high from the River.

Courtiers in Tibet; Trophies erected on mountains in honor of the Grand Lama.

Mountains & straits of Sang-wan-hab on the River Tay.

'Huge horizontal mountains'

A view in Hudson's river of Pakepsey of the Catts-Kille mountains from Sopos Island in Hudson's river

A view in Hudson's River of Pakepsey & the Catts-Kill mountains. From Sopos Island in Hudson's River

Fig. 1. Tschabel Esselsele, c'est-à-dire Montagne de la Chaîne; Fig. 2. Dessein particulier de la pierre, à la quelle selon la tradition étoit attachée la chaîne, pour fermer le Nil. (a. Trous pour pouvoir monter, b. Rochers de granit.)

Vue de Tschibal Esselsele, ou de la montagne de la chaîne, appelée de la sorte parce qu[e] anciennement on fermoit ici, l'entrés du Nil, par une chaîne, qui étoit attachée à chaque bout aux deux collonnes qu'on voit ci-dessus).

Vue de Neslet [Nezlet] Abanour, avec ses Montagnes remarquables. (a. Neslet [Nezlet] Abanour; b. Rocher qu'on appelle le Chameau.)

Vue des Montagnes de Bennehassein, remarquables par les Grottes de Saints Anachorètes. ( a. les Grottes, b. Bennehassein, Ville entiérement ruinée)

Partie de l'extremité orientale de Tschirsche, capitale de l'Égypte Supérieure. (a. Fragment dessiné à Tschirsche).

View of a pass over the South Mountain from York Town to Carlisle.

Fontana d'el Adhout nel deserto fra Kénék e Kosseir; Arrivo dei Francesi a Kosseir.

Heptanomide. 1.2. Vues de Gebel Abou Fedah et des environs; 3-5. Épures de chapiteaux tracées dans les hypogées de Gebel Abou Fedah; 6-8. Plans et détails de Gebel Cheykh el Harydy.

Déserts arabiques. 1. Carte d'une partie des déserts situés entre Syout et la Mer Rouge; 2. Vue de Gebel Ghâreb.

Égypte Moyenne. 1.3. Vues de plusieurs points de la Chaine Arabique; 2. Vue de la montagne des oiseaux, et du monastère de la poulie.

Thèbes. Qournah [Qurna]. Vue perspective du palais.

Road over the Balkan Mountain

Mount Balkan

A geological section of the country from the neighborhood of Sandy Hook in New Jersey northward through the Highlands in New York towards the Catskill Mountains.

Map of road to the Mountains of the Emeralds and Berenice on the Red Sea.

Scite of the Sakiet, in the Mountains of Emeralds, or Zobara, on the road to the Red Sea (Pl. 35) [top]; Scite of the ruins of Benerice Throglodytica, on the Red Sea (Pl. 34) [bottom].

Crossing the Cordillera on the 1st of June.

View of the great chain of the Andes.

Guillota, Chile.

View of the Hudson and the Catskill Mountains

1. Temple voisin d'Esnê [Isnâ] ou Latopolis. 2. Djébéléïn, ou les deux montagnes.

1. Fontaine d'Êl adhout dans le Désert entre Qénéh et Qosséïr. 2. Arrivée des Français à Qosséïr.

Vue de Tor, prise du sud (presqu'isle de Sinaï).

Vue d'une vallée près Ouadi Outir [Wadi Watir]. (Presqu'isle de Sinai).

Vues topographiques. Vue prise de la côte, d'une lieue et demie à l'est nord-est de l'isle de Graie; Vue prise d'El Nakb, de six lieues au sud du mont Hor.

Vue de la chaîne de Ruhat et de la montagne d'Hammam Pharaon; Profil de montagnes de la presqu'isle de Sinaï, depuis Suez jusqu'au Ras Mohammed; Profil de montagnes de la côte d'Afrique, depuis Suez jusqu'au Djebel Ezzeit; Vue des côtes de l'Arabie, prise du rivage de Dahab; Vue de Suez, prise des sources de Moïse; Vue de la côte au nord de Dahab; Profil des isles du Golfe Élanitique [Gulf of Aqaba].

Nigell's Pheasant Grouse, Tetraogallus Nigellii. Adult. Hamalaya Mountains. British Museum. 2/3 Natural size.

Macqueen's Bustard, Otis Macqueenii. Hamalaya Mountains. British Museum. 3/4 Natural size.

Plan de Ouadi Sabra ; Vue du tombeau du prophéte Aaron, (Mont Hor [Jabal Haroun]).

Arai, Toshū no dzu

Mariko, Meibtsu chamise

Ishibe, Migawa no sato

Kakegawa

Sakanoshita

Hiratsuka, Nawatemichi

Hakone, Kosui-zu

Maisaka, Imagiri shinkei

Kyoto [Station 55]

Kambara,Yoru no yuki

Fuchu

Okazaki, Yahagi no hashi

Odawara, Sakawagawa

Ejiri, Miho embō

Ishiyakushi, Ishiyakushi-ji

Kanaya, Ōigawa engan

Yoshiwara [Station 15]

Chasse au tigre, dans la plaine; Même chasse dans les forêts vierges.

Panorama de l'intérieur de la baie de Rio de Janeiro. Dessiné du Plateau de la montagne dite Le Corcovado. (Pic nommé le Bossu).

Chef de Bororenos partant pour une attaque.

Suite de la panorama de la baie de Rio de Janeiro [above]; Rond-Point mênagé pour la station ombragée des chevaux des voyageurs; Profil du bloc de granit qui forme la sommité presque nûe du pic; Tronc d'arbre sur lequel l'empereur D. Pedro grava son chiffre, et la date da mois et de l'année de l'achèvement du chemin praticable. Travail tracé et dirigé par lui personnelment [below].

Suite de la panorama de la baie de Rio de Janeiro.

View of Mt. Mc.Martin.

View of the Adirondack Mountains.

Distant view of Mt. Marcy.

Ansicht der Rocky Mountains = Vue des montagnes Rocheuses = View of the Rocky Mountains.

Distance map of the state of New York : containing all the towns in the state.

Libyan chain of mountains, from the temple of Luxor.

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

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