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Opening of Paul to the Romans; elaborate initial with portrait of Paul. Smaller initials, placemarkers.

Change of hands: hand 1 on f. 9v, hand 2 on f. 10. Initials, rubrics, placemarkers. 1 woodcut on f. 9v, of Christ nailed to the Cross. 3 woodcuts on f. 10 (St. Paul; Guardian Angels; St. Catherine)

St. Peter and St. Paul with the Sudarium

St. Paul's Church

Paul before Felix

Paul before Felix

Paul before Felix Burlesqued

Paul before Felix

Paul before Felix

Paul before Felix

Paul before Felix

Paul before Felix Burlesqued

ANew Dunciad done with a view of ye fluctuating Ideas of Taste, without Preface or Introduction [A Satire on Hogarth, by Paul Sandby]

The Magic Lantern; Paul before Felix [A Satire on Hogarth, by Paul Sandby]

Puggs Graces Etched from his Original Daubing [A Satire on Hogarth, by Paul Sandby]

The Author run Mad [A Satire on Hogarth, by Paul Sandby]

Satire Representing the Burning of the Temple of Ephesus, &c. [A Satire on Hogarth, by Paul Sandby]

The Painters March from Finchly [A Satire on Hogarth, by Paul Sandby]

End of Paul the Deacon, beginning of Landolfus Sagax's continuation.

End of text of Eutropius, beginning of Paul the Deacon's continuation.

Paul Revere

North West View of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, London. This Beautiful Fabrick was begun in 1675, Finished in 1715, being 40 years, and Cost £1,500,000--Sir Christopher Wren Architect.

Washington's pew in St. Paul's Church, 1789

[Paul Jones.]

Henry, Patrick. Williamsburgh. To Captain Paul Thillman

Henry, Patrick. Williamsburgh. To Captain Paul Thillman

John Paul Jones, commander of a squadron in the service of the thirteen United States of North America, 1779.

John Paul Jones, commodore au service des Etats-Unis de l'Amérique, ...

Thilman, Paul. To Col. Nelson. With View of Yorktown, Virginia

Thilman, Paul. To Col. Nelson. With View of Yorktown, Virginia

Nelson, Ann. Headquarters. To Paul Thilman

Nelson, Ann. Headquarters. To Paul Thilman

[Barras, Paul Jean François Nicolas]

[Barras, Paul Jean François Nicolas]

Paul Ier Empereur de Russie

Grout, Paul

Grout, Paul

Grout, Paul

Letter from Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette

Letter from Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette

Le 1er danseur Mr. Paul dans Clary, ballet, Adad'e R'le de musique

Mr. Paul dans Clary, ballet pantomime, Académie royale de musique

Beaupré dans le ballet de Paul et Virginie, act 2e, scene du miroir.

Une dame de Ferrare (Mmes. Fanny, Paul) dans La mort du Tasse, opéra en 3 actes.

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

Pas gracieux du 1er ballet. (Mr. Paul.) Dans La lampe merveilleuse. Opera, (Acade. Rle. de Musique.): Lith: de G. Engelmann

Pas gracieux du 1er ballet. (Mr. Paul) Dans La lampe verveilleuse, opéra, Acad'e R'le de musique

A view of Cooke's tomb in Saint Paul's church yard New York.

Costumes de Paul, rôle de Joconde et de Mme Anatole, rôle de la comtesse Mathilde, dans Astolphe et Joconde. ballet pantomime, Académie Royale de Musique

Costumes de Paul et de Mme Legallois, dans le ballet de Moïse: Tragédie lyrique. Academie Royale de Musique

Joconde 1er costume (Mr. Paul.) Dans Joconde, ballet. (Acade. Rle. de Musique.)

Paul, tu di Tersicore sei figlio, sì; tu sei lo Zeffiro de' nostri dì

View of St. Paul's Church and the Broadway stages

Plate 6th. St. Thomas' Church, Broadway, New York ; Park Theatre and part of Park Row, St. Paul's Church in the distance.

Plate 10th. St. Paul's Church, Broadway, New York ; Merchant's Exchange, Wall Stt. New York.

The Actor's Monument, the late Edmund Kean, Esqre. contemplating the tomb he caused to be erected to the memory of George Frederick Cooke, in Saint Paul's Church Yard, New York, America

Sauvages civilisés, soldats indiens de Mugi das Cruzas (Province de St. Paul) combattant des Botocoudos.

Ottavio Pinelli oder Schimpf und Rache, Ballet von Paul Samengo, Ballscene

The slave Paul has suffered so much in slavery, that he chose to encounter the hardships and perils of a runaway. He exposed himself, in gloomy forests, to cold and starvation, and finally hung himself, that he might not again fall into the hands of his tormentor.

MB an Paul, 18. Februar 1838.

Her Sacred Majesty Queen Elizabeth, in the superb dress, in which she went to St. Paul's to return thanks for the defeat of the Spanish Armada.

FMB an Paul

FMB an Paul, 5 & 6, Dec.1842

FMB an Paul, 5 & 6, Dec.1842

FMB an Paul, 5 & 6, Dec.1842

FMB an Paul

FMB an Paul, 5 & 6, Dec.1842

FMB an Paul

FMB an Paul, 10. Marz 1843

FMB an Paul, 10. Marz 1843

FMB an Paul, 10. Marz 1843

FMB an Paul, 21 July 1843.

FMB an Paul, 21 July 1843.

FMB an Paul, 2.Jan 1843

FMB an Paul, 10. Marz 1843

FMB an Paul, 11 December 1844

FMB an Paul, 27or 26 Dec. 1844

FMB an Paul, 11 December 1844

FMB an Paul, 27or 26 Dec. 1844

FMB an Paul, 27or 26 Dec. 1844

FMB an Paul, 27or 26 Dec. 1844

FMB an Paul, 21 July 1844

FMB an Paul, 21 July 1844

FMB an Paul, 27 February 1845

FMB an Paul, 27 February 1845

New York from the steeple of St. Paul's Church, looking east, south and west.

New York from the steeple of St. Paul's Church, looking east, south and west

New York from the steeple of St. Paul's Church, looking east, south and west

City of St. Paul, capital of Minesota.

St Paul's, Menesotah Territory.

Paul Taglioni [facsimile signature]

Greatest of Sky-scrapers, -- Syndicate Building, (left) 31 stories, and St. Paul Bldg., 27 stories, New York, U.S.A.

St. Paul's.

St. Paul's Church, N.W. corner of Fulton St.

Fountain cave--near St. Paul.

Fountain cave--near St. Paul.

St. Paul's Cathedral, New York.

St. Paul's School, Concord, The Chapel.

Buffalo, N.Y. from scaffolding of St. Paul's Cathedral tower, 265 ft. high.

Buffalo, N.Y. from scaffolding of St. Paul's Cathedral tower, 265 ft. high.

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