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The coast of Nova Scotia, New England, New-York, Jersey, the Gulph and River of St. Lawrence, the islands of Newfoundland, Cape Breton, St. John, Antecosty, Sable, &c, and soundings thereof ...

Sable Island

Sable Island

Sable Island

The coast of Nova Scotia, New England, New-York, Jersey, the Gulph and River of St. Lawrence, the islands of Newfoundland, Cape Breton, St. John, Antecosty, Sable, &c., and soundings thereof ...

1, a. Skull of the Morse (fossil), seen nearly in front, (Trichecus virgianus), b. View of the upper jaw teeth of the same. 2. Skull of the Sable (Mustela martes). 3, a. Jaw teeth of the Trogontherium? fossil, b. Lower jaw of the same.

1. The Mink (Putorius vison). 2. The American Sable or Marten (Mustela martes).

The north eastern coast of North America : from New York to Cape Canso, including Sable Island

The north eastern coast of North America : from New York to Cape Canso, including Sable Island

The north eastern coast of North America : from New York to Cape Canso, including Sable Island

The north eastern coast of North America : from New York to Cape Canso, including Sable Island

The north eastern coast of North America : from New York to Cape Canso, including Sable Island

The north eastern coast of North America : from New York to Cape Canso, including Sable Island

The north eastern coast of North America : from New York to Cape Canso, including Sable Island

Au Sable Chasm. Table Rock, looking up.

The Grand Flume, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Au Sable Chasm. Jacob's Well, looking out.

Au Sable Chasm. From Table Rock, looking up.

Au Sable Chasm. Rapids below the Pool.

[View in Au Sable Chasm.]

The Broken Needle from Sentry Box, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Au Sable Chasm. Pulpit Rock.

Stairs of Long Gallery, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Hell Gate, from below, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

[View in Au Sable Chasm.]

Lake View House, from Birmingham Falls, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

The Grand Flume, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Lower Ausable [Au Sable] Pond, Adirondacks.

The Grand Flume from the Rapids down, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Running the Rapids, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm, the start.

Au Sable Chasm. The Sentinel.

[View in Au Sable Chasm.]

New York State. View in Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Au Sable Chasm. The Boat Ride.

Falls in winter, Au Sable Chasm.

[View in Au Sable Chasm.]

Falls in winter, Au Sable Chasm.

Views in Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm, Keeseville, N.Y.

The Grand Flume, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

[View in Au Sable Chasm.]

Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm. Birmingham and Horseshoe Falls.

Au Sable Chasm. Up from Jacob's Well.

New York State. Indian Head, Lower Ausable [Au Sable] Pond.

[View in Au Sable Chasm.]

Jacob's Ladder, Au Sable Chasm.

Falls in winter, Au Sable Chasm.

Au Sable Chasm, down from Punch-bowl.

Haystack Mountain, from Upper Ausable [Au Sable] Pond.

The Grand Flume, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Cathedral Rocks and Table Rock from above, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm. Birmingham and Horseshoe Falls.

The Grand Flume from the Rapids down, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Smuggler's Pass, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

[View in Au Sable Chasm.]

Au Sable Chasm. Up from Jacob's Well.

The Grand Flume, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

New York State. The inlet, Upper Ausable [Au Sable] Pond.

The Grand Flume, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Jacob's Ladder, Au Sable Chasm.

The lower Gateway, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Au Sable Chasm, Running the Rapids.

Birmingham Falls, Au Sable River, N.Y.

[View in Au Sable Chasm.]

Running the Rapids, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm, the start.

Lake View House, from Birmingham Falls, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Stairs of Long Gallery, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Au Sable Chasm, N.Y.

[View in Au Sable Chasm.]

Au Sable Chasm. The Boat Ride.

View in Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm, Keeseville, N.Y.

Au Sable Chasm. Rapids below the Pool.

The Sentinel from Table Rock, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Near the lower end of the Big Chasm of the Au Sable, looking up-stream.

Au Sable Chasm, Keeseville, N.Y.

Au Sable Chasm. From Table Rock, looking up.

Haystack Mountain, from Upper Ausable [Au Sable] Pond.

[View in Au Sable Chasm.]

Up river from Table Rock, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Running the Rapids, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm, the start.

New York State. View in Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

[View in Au Sable Chasm.]

Au Sable Chasm. Canyon at the Pool.

Au Sable Chasm. Birmingham Falls.

Raceway above the rapids, looking up, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Au Sable Chasm. The Sentinel and Table Rock.

Au Sable Chasm. Jacob's Well.

Devil'd Oven, Au Sable Chasm, looking out.

[Au Sable Chasm. The Long Gallery.]

Smuggler's Pass, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Au Sable Chasm. The Long Gallery.

Birmingham Falls, Au Sable River, N.Y.

The Broken Needle from Sentry Box, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

New York State. View in Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Au Sable Chasm. Table Rock, looking up.

Au Sable Chasm. Jacob's Well, looking out.

The Sentry Box, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Falls in winter, Au Sable Chasm.

Walled Banks of the Ausable [Au Sable].

Au Sable Chasm, Running the Rapids.

The Sentinel from Table Rock, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

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