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A chart of the NORTH-WEST coast of IRELAND from LOUGH SWILLY to SLYNE HEAD

A north-west view of the Tower of London.

The north-west prospect of the university and town of Cambridge.

[The Pont Dery, near the Pont Rouge, about twenty-five miles north-west of Quebec, on the Jacques Cartier River.]

Ornaments and arms (from the North-West Palace, Nimroud) [Northwest Palace, Calah].

Entire statue from the North-West ruins. (Nimroud.) [Nimrud]

View of cemetery looking north-west, with Flagstaff and Greenhouse.

North-west towards Bennington Cut.

Looking N.W. (north-west) from Bell Tower.

Looking N.W. (north-west) from Bell Tower.

Winter. Residence of Hon. W.C. Smith, north-west view, St. Albans.

Panoramic view of Dubuque from the Bluff head of 11th St. -- No. 1 North-West.

North-west towards Bennington Cut.

The Valley of the Catskill, from the Heights north-west of the Village.

General view of the Great Union Stock Yards, looking north-west of the packing house, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.

North-West, Old Blue Mt. 40 miles away.

General view of the Great Union Stock Yards, looking north-west of the packing house, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.

The Valley of the Catskill, from the Heights north-west of the Village.

North-West, Old Blue Mt. 40 miles away.

The Valley of the Catskill, from the Heights north-west of the Village.

Winter. Residence of Hon. W.C. Smith, north-west view, St. Albans.

View of cemetery looking north-west, with Flagstaff and Greenhouse.

Panoramic view of Dubuque from the Bluff head of 11th St. -- No. 1 North-West.

The Valley of the Catskill, from the Heights north-west of the Village.

View from the Point of Rocks, on the Appomattox River, Va. looking north-west.

View from the Point of Rocks, on the Appomattox River, Va. looking north-west.

Nazareth, from the north-west

The Reservoir from the Bell Tower looking north-west.

The Reservoir from the Bell Tower looking north-west.

From Michigan Avenue Hotel north-west.

From Michigan Avenue Hotel north-west.

View of Leeds looking north-west.

View of Leeds looking north-west.

From Pleasant St., looking north-west.

White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. The Hotel. North-west front.

Palestine Park. Jordan Valley, looking north-west.

White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. The Hotel. North-west front.

Palestine Park. Jordan Valley, looking north-west.

From Pleasant St., looking north-west.

Bird's eye view, looking North West from Insurance building.

Bird's eye view, looking North West from Insurance building.

M.B. [Main building], from north-west tower, looking south-east.

M.B. [Main building], from north-west tower, looking south-east.

M.B. [Main building] from south-east tower, looking north-west.

M.B. [Main building] from south-east tower, looking north-west.

Georgetown College, D.C. (from the North-West).

Beitîn, the ancient Bethel. To the north-west, in the highest part of the village, are the ruins of a tower with ancient substructions

The Dier, Petra. An isolated building on a lofty eminence north-west of the valley of Petra. It faces Mount Hor.

Remains of a synagogue at Kefr Beirim. The village of Beirim, with its remarkable ruins, stands on the summit of a peak north-west of Meirôn. Its present inhabitants are chiefly Maronites

Ruins of Ashkelon, from the North. Showing fortifications at the north-west corner of the city. The western wall was about twelve hundred feet in length and followed the lines of the edge of the cliffs which are from thirty to seventy feet in height. The conquest of Ascalon by Rameses II is recorded on the walls of the Temple of Karnac.

The tomb of Saladin, Damascus. This mausoleum, which is just outside the north-west corner of the Great Mosque, is jealously guarded, and it is difficult to gain access to it. The south-western minaret of the Great Mosque can be seen through the archway.

A Bedouin of the Haurân. Bedouins (more correctly Bedawîn) occupy the north-west district of the Haurân; the plain is inhabited by peasants, and the Druses for many centuries have colonised the mountain range

North-west corner of the Haram esh Sherif, showing the highest minaret of the sanctuary, and the old Serai, which is now used as a state prison

Valley of Hinnom, from the north-west angle of the city wall. On the right is the aqueduct from Solomon's Pools, which crosses the valley just above the Birket es Sultân, commonly called the Lower Pool of Gihon. The large building within the city walls, surrounded with trees, is the Armenian Monastery.

Well in the garden of the convent of St. Catherine. This garden is north-west of the convent, and is enclosed by a high wall. The lofty chamber at the north corner of the convent is shown above.

The Kûl'at ibn Ma'ân, on the north-west side of the Valley of Pigeons. This castle consists of caverns connected by passages; opposite to it stands Irbid, the ancient Arbela

New and correct map of the Great Rock Island route, Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway : the passengers favorite route between Chicago and Council Bluffs, Kansas City, Leavenworth, Atchison, Minneapolis, St. Paul and all points east, west, south-west, and north-west

North-West mounted police, trooper, working kit. Royal Canadian Dragoons, trooper, review order.

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