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Guardias de Infanteria Española; Consta este Regimiento de seis Batallones cada vno de ocho Compañias, inclusa vna de Cazadores, y la fuerza de cada vna de cien Plazas, fue creado el Año, de 1704 (1797).

Real cuerpo de Artilleria; se creo este en Regimiento el Año, de 1710, y consta, de seis Batallones, cada vno de siete Compañias, y estas de 108 Plazas. (1797)

Infanteria de Marina, consta este Cuerpo de 12384 Plazas. Inclusos los Jovenes, distrubuidas en doce Batallones de a seis Compañias, con guatro oficiales cada vna; y vn Comandante con dos Ayudantes por Batallon. (1797)

Real Guardia de Alabarderos, Consta esta Compañia de 150 Plazas fue creada Año de 1707, y se compone de Sargentos g.-e an servido con ónrades en el Exto. (1797)

Regimientos de Infanteria de tres Batallones cada Batall-n consta de sinco Compañias, inclusa vna de Granaderos, y estas de 160 Plazas, y todos llevan en el boton del Uniforme, el nombre del sayo. Rey, su criacion Inmemorial. (1797)

Regimientos de Dragones de tres Esguadrones cada Esguadron consta de tres Compañias, y estas de 43 Plazas. Rey fue creado Año, de 1674 (1797).

Le Kaire [Cairo]. Vue de la place appellée el-Roumeyleh et de la Citadelle.

Place de la Concorde

The Cathedral and Plaza. St. Augustine.

Old Slave Market.

The Slave Market. St. Augustine, Fla.

The Market House of St. Augustine, Florida.

The Lightning Express of St. Augustine, Florida.

The Lightning Express of St. Augustine, Florida.

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

The Market House of St. Augustine, Florida

Plaza de la Independenceia, Cartagena.

The Market House of St. Augustine, Florida

The Lightning Express, or the Team of a Florida Cracker.

Market. St. Augustine, Florida.

Plaza de la Independenceia, Cartagena.

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

Lightning Express.

The Slave Market. St. Augustine, Fla.

The Old Spanish Slave Market at St. Augustine, Florida

Slave Market. St. Augustine, Fla.

The Market House of St. Augustine, Florida, formerly used as a Slave Market.

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

Spanish Monument in the Plaza.

The Old Spanish Slave Market at St. Augustine, Florida.

Old Slave Market.

Group on Fabyan House Piazza.

City square buried in snow. Newton, Iowa.

Old Slave Market. St. Augustine, Fla.

The Old Spanish Slave Market at St. Augustine, Florida.

Plaza from the East.

The Lightning Express of St. Augustine, Florida.

The plaza at Sacramento.

Plaza and monument.

The Market House of St. Augustine, Florida, formerly used as a Slave Market.

The plaza at Sacramento.

The Lightning Express of St. Augustine, Florida.

Plaza de la Yerba, Cartagena.

Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, Florida.

The Plaza.

Bishop's Residence, Cathedral and St. Augustine Hotel.

The Market House of St. Augustine, Florida.

The Lightning Express of St. Augustine, Florida.

City square buried in snow. Newton, Iowa.

The Old Spanish Slave Market at St. Augustine, Florida.

Plaza de la Yerba, Cartagena.

Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, Florida.

The Old Spanish Slave Market at St. Augustine, Florida

The Market House of St. Augustine, Florida.

The Market House of St. Augustine, Florida, formerly used as a Slave Market.

[Slave Market. St. Augustine, Fla.]

The Market House of St. Augustine, Florida, formerly used as a Slave Market.

Lightning Express.

Plaza from the East.

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

The Lightning Express, or the Team of a Florida Cracker.

Spanish Monument in the Plaza.

The Lightning Express of St. Augustine, Florida.

The Market House of St. Augustine, Florida.

The Lightning Express of St. Augustine, Florida.

Slave Market. St. Augustine, Fla.

The Plaza.

Tremont Square.

The Cathedral and Plaza. St. Augustine.

Old Slave Market. St. Augustine, Fla.

Group on Fabyan House Piazza.

[Slave Market. St. Augustine, Fla.]

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

Market. St. Augustine, Florida.

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

Plaza and monument.

Bishop's Residence, Cathedral and St. Augustine Hotel.

The Old Spanish Slave Market at St. Augustine, Florida.

Tremont Square.

The Lightning Express of St. Augustine, Florida.

Bird's eye view of Bull Street.

Bird's eye view of Bull Street.

Bird's eye view of Savannah, Georgia.

Bird's eye view of Bull Street.

Bird's eye view of Bull Street.

Bird's eye view of Bull Street.

Bird's eye view of Bull Street.

Bird's eye view of Savannah, Georgia.

Monument Square, from Baltimore Street.

Monument Square, from Baltimore Street.

Merrimac Square with reflections.

Hanover Square.

Merrimac Square with reflections.

Hanover Square.

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

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

Plaza de la Constitution. St. Augustine, Florida.

Plaza de la Constitution. St. Augustine, Florida.

Plaza de la Constitution. St. Augustine, Florida.

Plaza de la Constitution. St. Augustine, Florida.

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