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Text with map filling blank spaces, small drawings of cities, including skyline of Cairo in lower right corner.

Note of ownership in upper right corner.

Page of text with small initial, chapter number, and correction in right and lower margin.

Miniature of chamber with Sappho seated at right, plucking the strings of a harp. A psalter and a zither lie on a table top before her at left. A few books, bound and clasped, are stored under a table and on a ledge. Initial, rubric, and border design.

Opening of French text of the Fifteen Joys of the Virgin; precisely designated border in C-shape triggered by 3-line initial, and on the right in a band corresponding to the height of the text block.

End of the geneology of the English kings, in the far right column.

Miniature of Christ, rubric, small initial, note of owner A.A. Smets in upper right corner.

Miniature of John the Evangelist on Patmos, with the eagle holding the saint's pen case; line fillers on last two text lines to justify the right margin of text.

The printer, Anthoine Vérard, kneeling center, presents his book to the king of France, Charles VIII (1492). Behind Vérard, Josephus (died circa 93 CE), holding a scroll with his name on it to identify him as the author, looks on approvingly. Behind Josephus, a scene of mayhem typical of The Jewish War plays itself out. In the foreground, a mounted King Charles enters Paris, and, center right, Charles's servants hold his horse while he receives the book from Vérard.

4 BCE: Archelaus goes to the Temple and addresses the people. He thanks them for the respect they showed at his father Herod's funeral, but says that he will not exercise authority until his right to succession is confirmed by the emperor of Rome.

[Coat-of-arms bookplate.] The right honorable Francis North Baron of Guilford 1703 [...]

Man, at left. with bow and arrows seated on ground, handing beaver[?] to a woman, at right, standing. On banderole, over clouds: Nieu Amsterdam, al. New Yorck

[Frontispiece right.]

Caricature of Martin Luther as a wolf in monk's habit, with a small devil blowing evil thoughts into his ear. Dead sheep left and right on the ground.

The right hon. Edmund Burke

The right noble Charles Marquiss of Rockingham.

The right honble. Richard Lord Howe Commander in Chief of his Majesty's Fleet, in the Channel

The right noble Charles marquis of Rockingham [...]

Letter to Thomas Rodney, "in his own right, and as Guardian of Letitia Rodney."

Beginning of extracts from Strabo. In line above, mark and note of addition. In lower right corner, quire letter and foliation.

Landscape with two figures, one mounted, on a road between rocks and a house visible to the right

Dancing girl in green skirt and pink scarf, right arm raised

Woman in red sari holding iron in right hand

Dancing girl in purple skirt and red scarf, right arm extended

Dancing girl in green skirt and pink scarf, right arm raised

Dancing girl in purple skirt and red scarf, right arm extended

Woman in red and green sari, pointing with right hand

Dancing girl in white skirt and blue scarf, right arm raised

Woman in red and green sari, pointing with right hand

Woman in red sari holding iron in right hand

Dancing girl in white skirt and blue scarf, right arm raised

The right honble. Edmund Burke.

The right Honble. Willm. Pitt.

Young Italian, 1400; Tunic flowered damask[?] [At lower right:] Giotto.

1. North American Otter, skull, (Lutra canadensis). 2. Teeth in the upper jaw, right side of the same. 3. Vertical view of the same skull. 4. The Southern Beaked Whale, skull (Rorqualus australis).

[Lake Superior, Missabay mountains, Chipeway country, region of rocks and water, Wisonsin Territory; top right.]

[Sac and Fox Indian country, State of Missouri, State of Illinois; bottom right.]

[Coteau des prairies, M'dewakaton country, Warpekutey country, Winebago Indian country, Iowa Territory; middle right.]

Position of ditto. [Monument, right of Dogan-lu [Doganli valley]].

Monument, right of Dogan-lu [Doganli valley].

Dedication To His Excellency the right honorable Sir Stratford Canning, G.C.B. Her Mejesty's Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the Sublime Porte, to whom the Nation is indebted for the Assyrian remains in the British Museum …

Post Office. Above, eagle, etc. To the left, above: High Bridge; below : Odd Fellow's Hall. To the right, above: Harlem Rail Road ; below: Gothic Hall. Decorative border. Underneath, left: No. 3

People working in tea field, houses to the right.

The birthplaces of John and John Quincy Adams, Quincy, Ms. [Mass.] (senior on the right, junior on the left)

People working in tea field, woman with baskets at the house to the right.

[Trees, pool at right, man with stick under tree at right.]

The woods to right from which 2d Mass. and 27th Indiana charged on the morning of July 3d, 1863.

View of the cascade 125 feet high, 1-4 mile up the creek, to the right of the mouth of tunnel at east end.

Where the Civil War began - Fort Sumter and distant main land in right, Charleston, S.C.

Hampden County Court House--First Church on the right.

Hampden County Court House--First Church on the right.

Main Street, Concord, N.H. Odd Fellows Hall on the right.

Hampden County Court House--First Church on the right.

Above Cold-Spring, Break-Neck on the right.

Telegraph office, right.

View of the cascade 200 feet high, 1-4 mile up the creek, to the right of the mouth of tunnel at east end.

Commons, Greenfield, Mass., Mansion House at extreme right.

The woods to right from which 2d Mass. and 27th Indiana charged on the morning of July 3d, 1863.

Crystal Cascade, from right bank.

Donner Lake from summit, Lakeview Bluff, on the right.

Bars on the right open to the east pasture. H. G. Tarwell, Mother's home.

The Narrow, Entrance to the Highlands. Dunderburg on the left, Anthony's Nose on the right.

Hampden County Court House--First Church on the right.

City College on the right, Academy of Music on the left.

Main Street, Concord, N.H. Odd Fellows Hall on the right.

View of the cascade 125 feet high, 1-4 mile up the creek, to the right of the mouth of tunnel at east end.

View of the cascade 125 feet high, 1-4 mile up the creek, to the right of the mouth of tunnel at east end.

[Western Maryland Railraod train standing next to covered platform lined with benches, sign at right reads "Pennsylvania.".]

Where the Civil War began - Fort Sumter and distant main land in right, Charleston, S.C.

Commons, Greenfield, Mass., Mansion House at extreme right.

Either side up is right.

Telegraph office, right.

Either side up is right.

Above Cold-Spring, Break-Neck on the right.

Crystal Cascade, from right bank.

Washington Monument, 180 feet high. Mt. Vernon on east chunk, Peabody Institution on the right.

A view to the right of Angle along the stone wall.

Donner Lake from summit, Lakeview Bluff, on the right.

Bars on the right open to the east pasture. H. G. Tarwell, Mother's home.

City College on the right, Academy of Music on the left.

The Narrow, Entrance to the Highlands. Dunderburg on the left, Anthony's Nose on the right.

A view to the right of Angle along the stone wall.

Washington Monument, 180 feet high. Mt. Vernon on east chunk, Peabody Institution on the right.

View of the cascade 125 feet high, 1-4 mile up the creek, to the right of the mouth of tunnel at east end.

[Western Maryland Railraod train standing next to covered platform lined with benches, sign at right reads "Pennsylvania.".]

View of the cascade 200 feet high, 1-4 mile up the creek, to the right of the mouth of tunnel at east end.

Up Broadway from Barnum's Museum. The City Hall Park on the right.

Up Broadway from Barnum's Museum. The City Hall Park on the right.

Side view of naked man standing with crutches to display shortened right leg with foot resting on a wooden object.

[Shirtless man stands sideways displaying right forearm, brace lies on tabletop.]

Shirtless man, standing, displays wounded right shoulder, grasps top of chair with right hand, brace lies on chair.

umerus removed from right arm of John F. Claghorn, 214 Gold St. Brooklyn. Operation performed by Dr. James B. [Cutter or Cutler], 384 Broad St. Newark N.J.

Seated man, fully clothed, right profile

umerus removed from right arm of John F. Claghorn, 214 Gold St. Brooklyn, L.I. Operation performed by Dr. James B. [Cutter or Cutler], 384 Broad St. Newark N.J.

[Illustration showing male head in right profile with exposed muscles and veins of neck, with inserted metal probe.]

umerus removed from right arm of John F. Claghorn, 214 Gold St. Brooklyn, L.I. Operation performed by Dr. James B. [Cutter or Cutler], 384 Broad St. Newark N.J.

Side view of naked man standing with crutches to display shortened right leg with foot resting on a wooden object.

Seated man, fully clothed, right profile

Shirtless man, standing, with right arm in brace and harness, right hand resting on chair.

Man exhibits injured right leg in brace with arched foot resting on artificial foot

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