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Dagger Sheath with a Lady Holding a Pink Above [top portion with lady only]

Le Kaire [Cairo]. 1.Portion de la coupe transversale de la Mosquée de Soultân Hasan; 2.3. Détails des portes intérieures; 4.5. Détails du pavillon destiné aux ablutions.

Thèbes. Karnak. Portion de la coupe longitudinale du petit temple du sud.

Portion of the eastern portico, Baalbec

55-58. Teeth, for titles see Notes 59. Portion of the lower jaw of the Jersey Gavial (Gavialis neocesariensis). 60. The Marsh Tree-toad (Rana palustris). 61. The Cricket Tree-toad (Hylodes gryllus). 62. The Northern Bullfrog (Rana horiconensis).

Labna - Portion of a façade.

Portion of a richly-sculptured façade.

Map showing a portion of the boundaries of Maryland, Pennsylvania, & Delaware : as surveyed in 1849 & '50, under the direction of Lieutenant Colonel J.D. Graham, U.S. Topl. Engineers, at the request of H.G.S. Key, Joshua P. Eyre, & Geo. Read Riddle, commissioners of the respective states

Portion of a shield in silver by Vechte for Hunt & Roskell.

Decoration, derived from the Alhambra; being a portion of the cabinet of the queen of Spain at Aranjuez, by Rafael Contreras.

A portion of a silver shield.

Arsenal and portion of Sea View Battery. W. P. M. A..

Portion of the Old Chain that crossed Hudson R. from West Point.

St. George St., showing the old Spanish portion of St. Augustine, Fla.

Arsenal and portion of Sea View Battery. W. P. M. A..

North portion, 2nd Mill Dam Falls.

Portion of the Old Chain that crossed Hudson R. from West Point.

Portion of the Alhambra, with cascade in the distance.

The portion of the officer's quarters shown in No. 4 looking from the other end. The first is the home of the commandant.

Portion of the Horse-Shoe Fall, Niagara.

St. George St., showing the old Spanish portion of St. Augustine, Fla.

Portion of the Wrecked Steamer 'Isaac Newton.'

A Portion of the old Wall.

Portion of the Alhambra, with cascade in the distance.

Portion of the Wrecked Steamer 'Isaac Newton.'

The bridge and portion of marble quarry, Glens Falls, N.Y.

A Portion of the old Wall. St. Augustine, Fla.

Portion of the Horse-Shoe Fall, Niagara.

A Portion of the old Wall. St. Augustine, Fla.

St. George St., showing the old Spanish portion of St. Augustine, Fla.

St. George St., showing the old Spanish portion of St. Augustine, Fla.

St. George St., showing the old Spanish portion of St. Augustine, Fla.

North portion, 2nd Mill Dam Falls.

A Portion of the old Wall.

St. George St., showing the old Spanish portion of St. Augustine, Fla.

Right side of grounds, looking from top of new building, showing a portion of the officer's quarters, the chapel and library.

The portion of the officer's quarters shown in No. 4 looking from the other end. The first is the home of the commandant.

The bridge and portion of marble quarry, Glens Falls, N.Y.

Right side of grounds, looking from top of new building, showing a portion of the officer's quarters, the chapel and library.

Southern portion of Gettysburg, looking toward Cemetery Hill, from a position near the Seminary.

Northern portion of Gettysburg, with General Hospital in the Distance, from a position near the Seminary.

Dutch Gap canal and group of soldiers. Taken after the bank was blown out. On the extreme end a portion of the bank remains, which forms a profile, which the soldiers call Jeff. Davis.

Cemetery Hill, Showing the Gateway and a portion of the Cemetery.

Dutch Gap canal and group of soldiers. Taken after the bank was blown out. On the extreme end a portion of the bank remains, which forms a profile, which the soldiers call Jeff. Davis.

View of Chambersburg Turnpike from Gettysburg, showing a portion of the first day’s fighting-ground, including Oak Ridge, occupied by Rebel batteries on the second and third. The small stone house, near the summit of the hill, was occupied [sic] by Gen. Lee as his headquarters.

Occupation of Baltimore by General Butler. Union troops passing down Lee Street, May 12, 1861. Portion of Boston artillery flanked by Infantry of the 6th Mass. regiment to Federal Hill

View of log bridge at Quarles' Mill, North Anna, where a portion of the 5th Corps under Gen. Warren had to cross and carry the enemy's line of works on the crest of the hill.

View of log bridge at Quarles' Mill, North Anna, where a portion of the 5th Corps under Gen. Warren had to cross and carry the enemy's line of works on the crest of the hill.

Map of Kansas, Nebraska, and Colorado. Showing also the eastern portion of Idaho.

Original drawings representing residences of prominent people, all with "Staten Island N.Y." on the drawn portion. At lower left: Staten Island cottage

Wailing-place of the Jews. A portion of the ancient wall of the temple enclosure.

Wailing-place of the Jews. A portion of the ancient wall of the temple enclosure.

Pontoon bridges, North Anna, constructed by the 50th N.Y.V. engineers, below railroad bridge, where a portion of the 2nd Corps, under Gen. Hancock crossed May 23rd, 1864.

Pontoon bridges, North Anna, constructed by the 50th N.Y.V. engineers, below railroad bridge, where a portion of the 2nd Corps, under Gen. Hancock crossed May 23rd, 1864.

Views within the city : a. ancient gateway at the Damascus Gate; b. portion of an old arch at the s.w. end of the bazaars

View from top of Taughannock Fall, showing a portion of the great West Bank.

View from top of Taughannock Fall, showing a portion of the great West Bank.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, showing portion of Temple and Exchange Sts., and U.S. Custom House.

Canal Bank building and portion of Middle St., from U.S. Custom House.

Canal Bank building and portion of Middle St., from U.S. Custom House.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, showing portion of Temple and Exchange Sts., and U.S. Custom House.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, showing portion of Temple and Exchange Sts., and U.S. Custom House.

Canal Bank building and portion of Middle St., from U.S. Custom House.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, showing portion of Temple and Exchange Sts., and U.S. Custom House.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, showing portion of Temple and Exchange Sts., and U.S. Custom House.

Canal Bank building and portion of Middle St., from U.S. Custom House.

Canal Bank building and portion of Middle St., from U.S. Custom House.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, showing portion of Temple and Exchange Sts., and U.S. Custom House.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, showing portion of Temple and Exchange Sts., and U.S. Custom House.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, cor. Free St., showing portion of Union Street.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, cor. Free St., showing portion of Union Street.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, cor. Free St., showing portion of Union Street.

Canal Bank building and portion of Middle St., from U.S. Custom House.

Canal Bank building and portion of Middle St., from U.S. Custom House.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, showing portion of Temple and Exchange Sts., and U.S. Custom House.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, showing portion of Temple and Exchange Sts., and U.S. Custom House.

Canal Bank building and portion of Middle St., from U.S. Custom House.

Canal Bank building and portion of Middle St., from U.S. Custom House.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, cor. Free St., showing portion of Union Street.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, cor. Free St., showing portion of Union Street.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, showing portion of Temple and Exchange Sts., and U.S. Custom House.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, showing portion of Temple and Exchange Sts., and U.S. Custom House.

Canal Bank building and portion of Middle St., from U.S. Custom House.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, cor. Free St., showing portion of Union Street.

Looking down Middle St., from Rich's Printing Office, showing portion of Temple and Exchange Sts., and U.S. Custom House.

Built Portion of The City of Oswego [Village]

Mossoul (Mésopotamie), portion du mur d'enceinte.

Open cutting behind a portion of Victoria street.

Perspective view of Duane St., showing portion of City Hospital.

Ville. Porte ornée et portion de l'enceinte.

Ville. Côté sud-est, portion de la muraille d'enceinte et portes 3 et 4 (voir Pl. 2).

Perspective view of Duane St., showing portion of City Hospital.

Portion of Detroit dry dock.

Portion of Detroit dry dock.

View of the front and western portion of Muscatine, Iowa.

Insurance maps of Jersey City, N.J. 1873. Consisting of what was formerly known as "Jersey City," "Hudson City," and "Bergen," consolidated by the charter of March 16th, 1870, with the names of the streets as adopted by the mayor and alderman of Jersey City, approved Dec. 7th, 1871. In six volumes. Jersey City Portion, Vols. 1 & 2, Hudson City Portion, Vols. 3 & 4, Bergen City Portion, Vols. 5 & 6. Hudson City Volume 4. Surveyed, compiled and published by Spielmann & Brush, Civil engineers, Hoboken, N.J.

View of the front and western portion of Muscatine, Iowa.

Portion of Chain, on Tip Top House, frost two feet in diameter.

Portion of Chain, on Tip Top House, frost two feet in diameter.

Plates 23 & 24: Southern Part of Yonkers and portion of West Farms.

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