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Noble dame de Honduras

Habit of a nobleman of Virginia. Noble de Virginie.

Habit of a German nobleman in 1577. Noble Allemand.

Habit of an English nobleman in 1577. Noble Anglais.

Habit of a nobleman of Burgundy in 1577. Noble Bourguignon.

Habit of a nobleman of England in 1640. Noble Anglois.

Habit of a nobleman of the United Provinces in 1588. Noble des Provinces-Unies.

Habit of a nobleman of Burgundy in 1581. Noble Bourguignon.

Habit of a noble matron of England in 1577. Noble matrone d'Angleterre.

Habit of an Englilsh nobleman in 1559. Noble Anglais.

Jones, Noble Wymberley. Savannah

Jones, Noble Wymberley. Savannah

The Most Noble John Manners, Marquis of Granby, Commander in Chief of the British forces in Germany

The most Noble Granville Leveson Gower, Earl Gower, Visc. Trentham [...]

The Most Noble Marquis Charles Cornwallis

Letter to Noble Wimberly Jones

Letter to Noble Wimberly Jones

Charles Duke of Richmond, etc., Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, Master-General of the Ordnance, etc., etc.

Abies pectinata = Sapin en peigne. [Noble fir]

Noble de Ferrare (Mr. Paul) dans La mort du Tasse, opéra en 3 actes, Acad. r'le de musique

Noble Spaniard, MCCC.

1200. Noble allemand.

Dedication To the Most Noble the Marquis Wllesley,Knight of the Garter, etc. etc. etc. This work on the recent operations of the British Army in Afghaunistan, is respectfully dedicated, by His Lordship's most obedient servants, Graves & Warmsley.

Noble well and ferry.

Noble well and ferry.

Noble well and ferry.

Noble well and ferry.

Brooklyn, Vol. 4, Double Page Plate No. 75; [Map bounded by Meeker Ave., Scott Ave., Newtown Creek, Newel St., Meserole Ave., Franklin St., Greenpoint Ave., Milton St., Noble St; Including Oak St., Calyer St., Dobbin St., Guernsey St., Lorimer St., Orchard St., Leonard St., Eckford St., Oakland St.]

Brooklyn, Vol. 4, Double Page Plate No. 68; [Map bounded by Meserole Ave., Gem St., Franklin St., North 15th St., East River, Kent St., Green Point Ave.; Including Milton St., West St., Noble St., Oak St., Calyer St., Quay St.]

Vol. 6. Plate, B. [Map bound by Huron St., Oakland St., Calyer St., East River; Including India St., Java St., Kent St., Green Point St., Milton St., Noble St., Oak St., West St., Franklin St., Guernsey St., Lorimer St., Manhattan Ave., Leonard St., Eckford St.]

Plate 11: Bounded by Noble Street, Manhattan Avenue, Calyer Street, Diamond Street, Norman Avenue, Newell Street, Van Cott Avenue, Graham Avenue, Bayard Street, N. Eleventh Street,Driggs Street, N. Ninth Street, Bedford Avenue, N. Seventh Street, Berry Street, N. Fifth Street, Wyethe Avenue, N. Third Street, (East River) Kent Avenue, Franklin Street, Quay Street and West Street.

Plate 12: Bounded by Commercial Street (Newtown Creek), Ash Street, Paidge Avenue, Sutton Street, Calyer Street, Manhattan Avenue, Noble Street, West Street, Dupont Street and Franklin Street.

Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 2; Part of Long Island City Ward One (Part of Old Wards One and Three); [Map bounded by Prospect St., Harris Ave., Jackson Ave., 12th St., Vernon Ave., Division St., West Ave., Nott Ave., 13th St., 14th St., Englis St.; Including Bodine St., Harris Ave., Wallach St., Charles St., Babbett St., Harsell St., Worth St., Noble St., Judson St., Freeman Ave., Park PL., Webster Ave.]

Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 2; Part of Long Island City Ward One (Part of Old Ward 1& 3). [Map bounded by Webster Ave., Freeman Ave., Vernon Ave., Payntar Ave., Beebe Ave., Wilbur Ave., Harris Ave., Jackson Ave., Nott Ave., West Ave., Ely Ave., Vanalst Ave., Boulevard, East Ave., West Ave.; Including Prospect St., Crescent St., William St., Sunswick St., Marion St., Sherman St., Hancock St., Hamilton St., Judson St., Noble St., Worth St., Harsell St., Babbett St., Rogers st., North Jane St., Charles St., Wallach St., Bodine St., Englis St., Fourteenth St., Thirteenth St., Twelfth St.. East River.]

Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 2; Part of Long Island City Ward one (Part of Old Wards 1 and 3); [Map bounded by Prospect St., Harris Ave., Hunter Ave., Jackson Ave., 12th St., Division St., West Ave., 13th St., 14th St., Englis St., Bodine St.; Including Wallach St., Queens Bough Bridge, Babbett St., Harsell St., Worth St., Noble St., Judson St., Freeman Ave., Webster Ave.]

Plate 11: [Bounded by Noble St., Manhattan Ave., Calyer St., Diamond St., Norman Ave., Newell St., Driggs Ave., Graham Ave., Bayard St., Union Ave., Roebling Ave., N. Eleventh St., Driggs Ave., N. Ninth St., Bedford Ave., N. Seventh St., Berry St., N. Fifth St., Wythe Ave., N. Third St., Kent Ave. (East River Piers), Franklin St., Quay St. and West St.]

Plate 12: [Bounded by Commercial Street, Ash Street, Box Street, Paidge Avenue (Newtown Creek), Sutton Street, Calyer Street, Manhattan Avenue, Noble Street, West Street (East River Piers) and Commercial Street.]

Plate 33 [Map bounded by E. 174th St., Noble Ave., Watson Ave., Bronx River]

Plate 32 [Map bounded by E. 174th St., McGraw Ave., Olmstead Ave., Watson Ave., Noble Ave.]

Plate 35 [Map bounded by Watson Ave., Olmstead Ave., Lafayette Ave., Noble Ave.]

Plate 34 [Map bounded by Watson Ave., Noble Ave., Lafayette Ave., Bronx River]

The Right Honble. Sr. Robert Walpole, first Lord Commissioner of the Treasury, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter and one of His Majesty's most Honble. Privy Council.

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