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Granadero de la Plaza de Rosas (1789).

Vista de la cuidad de Lima desde las immediaciones de la Plaza de los Toros.

El mismo Ceballos montado sobre otro toro quiebra rejones en la plaza de Madrid.

Cogida de un moro estando en la plaza.

La desgraciada muerte de Pepe Illo en la plaza de Madrid.

Temeridad de Martincho en la plaza de Zaragoza.

Otra locura suya en la misma plaza.

Desgracias acaecidas en el tendido de la plaza de Madrid, y muerte del alcalde de Torrejon.

El mismo vuelca un toro en la plaza de Madrid.

Los moros hacen otro capeo en plaza con su albornoz.

Un caballero español en plaza quebrando rejoncillos sin auxilio de los chulos.

El esforzado Rendon picando un toro, de cuya suerte murió en la plaza de Madrid.

Carlos V. lanceando un toro en la plaza de Valladolid.

The plaza and church of El Paso [Mexico].

Military Plaza, San Antonio, Texas.

The Cathedral and Plaza. St. Augustine.

The plaza.

The plaza, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Cathedral access from the Military Plaza, San Antonio, Texas.

The Plaza, St. Augustine, showing the Monuments and Slave Market.

Plaza de la Independenceia, Cartagena.

Plaza de la Independenceia, Cartagena.

The Plaza Monument and Cathedral of St. Augustine, Florida.

The plaza, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

The Plaza Monument and Cathedral of St. Augustine, Florida.

Spanish Monument in the Plaza.

Cathedral access from the Military Plaza, San Antonio, Texas.

Plaza from the East.

Congress Plaza, Saratoga.

Congress Hall Plaza, Saratoga.

Congress Hall Plaza.

The plaza at Sacramento.

Plaza and monument.

The plaza at Sacramento.

Plaza de la Yerba, Cartagena.

The Plaza.

The Plaza fountain.

Plaza of Zacateccas.

Statue of Lincoln on the Plaza.

Statue of Lincoln on the Plaza.

San Juan, the plaza.

Congress Plaza, Saratoga.

Santa Cruz, the plaza.

Looking North towards the Plaza on First, San Jose, Cal.

Plaza de la Yerba, Cartagena.

Congress Hall Plaza.

Looking North towards the Plaza on First, San Jose, Cal.

Santa Cruz, the plaza.

Plaza from the East.

Plaza and Monument, showing the Old Spanish Governor's house, now used as Post Office and Court House.

Spanish Monument in the Plaza.

The Plaza fountain.

The Plaza.

The Cathedral and Plaza. St. Augustine.

San Juan, the plaza.

The Plaza, St. Augustine, showing the Monuments and Slave Market.

Plaza and Monument, showing the Old Spanish Governor's house, now used as Post Office and Court House.

Plaza and monument.

Congress Hall Plaza, Saratoga.

The plaza.

Mexican supper in Military Plaza.

Mexican supper in Military Plaza.

The Plaza and the Slave market. St. Augustine, Fla.

The Plaza and the Slave market. St. Augustine, Fla.

From the Plaza looking South on First Street.

From the Plaza looking South on First Street.

El Mercado de Iturbide, antigua plaza de San Juan = Le Marché d'Iturbide, ancienne place de Saint Jean = Iturbide Market, old St. John square.

Plaza de la Constitution. St. Augustine, Florida.

San Antonio Chimalistaca, entrance de Sn. Angel = Saint Antoine Chimalistaca, entrée de St. Angel = St. Antonio Chimalistaca, entrance from St. Angel ; San Angel, Plaza de San Jacinto = Saint Angel, Place de St. Hyacinthe = Saint Angel, the Square of St. Jacinto.

Plaza de San Agustin de las Cuevas, ciudad de Tlalpam = Place de Saint Augustin des Grottes, ville de Tlalpam = Square of San Agustin de las Cuevas, town of Tlalpam ; El Calvario, en San Agustin de las Cuevas = Le Calvaire = The Mount Calvary.

Plaza de Santo Domingo = Place de Saint Dominique = Square of Santo Domingo

Plaza de Morelos, antigua Plazuela de Guardiola = Place de Morelos, ancienne Place de Guardiola = Morelos Square, formerly Guardiola Square.

Plaza de armas de México = Place d'armes de México = Public square of Mexico.

Plaza de la Constitution. St. Augustine, Florida.

Jardin de la plaza de armas = Jardin de la place d'armes = Garden in the public square.

Plaza de la Constitution. St. Augustine, Florida.

Plaza de la Constitution. St. Augustine, Florida.

Plaza, Los Angeles.

Plaza, Los Angeles.

The Plaza, St. Augustine, Fla.

The Plaza, St. Augustine, Fla.

Roman Catholic church, Plaza of Guadeloupe, Gouadeloupe Co., Colorado. Built not many years since of adobes. Dimensions: length 120 feet; width 60 feet; height 25 feet. Grave yard in the foreground surrounded by an adobe wall about 6 feet in height.

Roman Catholic church, Plaza of Guadeloupe, Gouadeloupe Co., Colorado. Built not many years since of adobes. Dimensions: length 120 feet; width 60 feet; height 25 feet. Grave yard in the foreground surrounded by an adobe wall about 6 feet in height.

Roman Catholic church, Plaza of Guadeloupe, Gouadeloupe Co., Colorado. Built not many years since of adobes. Dimensions: length 120 feet; width 60 feet; height 25 feet. Grave yard in the foreground surrounded by an adobe wall about 6 feet in height.

Roman Catholic church, Plaza of Guadeloupe, Gouadeloupe Co., Colorado. Built not many years since of adobes. Dimensions: length 120 feet; width 60 feet; height 25 feet. Grave yard in the foreground surrounded by an adobe wall about 6 feet in height.

Roman Catholic church, Plaza of Guadeloupe, Gouadeloupe Co., Colorado. Built not many years since of adobes. Dimensions: length 120 feet; width 60 feet; height 25 feet. Grave yard in the foreground surrounded by an adobe wall about 6 feet in height.

Roman Catholic church, Plaza of Guadeloupe, Gouadeloupe Co., Colorado. Built not many years since of adobes. Dimensions: length 120 feet; width 60 feet; height 25 feet. Grave yard in the foreground surrounded by an adobe wall about 6 feet in height.

Plaza de la Constitution. St. Augustine, Florida.

Plaza de la Constitution. St. Augustine, Florida.

Alamo Plaza.

Alamo Plaza.

Breakfast on Military Plaza.

Breakfast on Military Plaza.

Old Catholic Cathedral from Plaza.

Old Catholic Cathedral from Plaza.

Vol. 4. Plate, B. [Map bound by St. Johns Place, PLaza, Ninth Ave., First St., Fifth Ave.; Including Lincoln Place, Sackett St., Union St., President St., Carroll St., Macomb St., Sixth Ave., Seventh Ave., Polhemus Pl., Fiske Pl., Eighth Ave.]

Kearney Street Plaza (Plazza), San Francisco, Cal.

Kearney Street Plaza, San Francisco, Cal.

[Plate 12: Bounded by Fifth Avenue, Prospect Place, Flatbush Avenue, Plaza Street, Ninth Avenue and Eleventh Street.]

[Plate 11: Bounded by Park Place, Nostrand Avenue, Crown Street, Washington Avenue, Montgomery, Flatbush Avenue, Plaza Street, Douglas Street and Underhill Avenue.]

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