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Text opens with the rubrics (=liturgical directions) for the blessing of salt and water.

Seated female salt merchant in red sari

Male spice/salt vendor holding a balance

Male spice/salt vendor holding a balance

Male spice/salt vendor holding a balance

Seated female salt merchant in red sari

Seated male spice/salt vendor holding a balance

Seated male spice/salt vendor holding a balance

Seated female salt merchant in red sari

Seated male spice/salt vendor holding a balance

Southeastern view of Salina village ; Internal view of a salt manufactory, Salina ; View of a field of salt-vats, Salina.

[Plateau du Coteau du Missouri, Yanktonnan country, Yankton country, Salt water region, Chipeway country, Cote du Grand Bois; top left]

The Great Salt Lake

Shore of Salt Lake.

View of salt works.

Black Rock in the Great Salt Lake.

Salt Lake coach leaving Ophir.

Shores of Salt Lake.

The Tabernacle, Salt Lake, Utah.

Theatre, Salt Lake.

Salt Pond Mountain, Va.

The Tabernacle, Salt Lake [Utah].

Salt Lake house and Wasatch Mountains.

Distant view of Promontory and Salt Lake, Utah.

Salt Lake, Utah. River Jordan in the distance.

Salt Pond Mountain view, Virginia.

A group of objects in glass - cut and engraved. Consisting of an engraved claret, and cut cream jug by Green of London - a Venetian champagne and an engraved ale glass by Bacchus of Birmingham - and an engraved claret glass and cut salt cellar by Apsley Pellatt of London.

Salt Pond Mountain, Va.

Distant view of Promontory and Salt Lake, Utah.

The Tabernacle, Salt Lake, Utah.

Salt Lake house and Wasatch Mountains.

The Tabernacle, Salt Lake [Utah].

Theatre, Salt Lake.

Theatre, Salt Lake.

Black Rock in the Great Salt Lake.

The Tabernacle, Salt Lake, Utah.

[View of salt works.]

The Tabernacle, Salt Lake [Utah].

Shores of Salt Lake.

Distant view of Promontory and Salt Lake, Utah.

Salt Lake, Utah. River Jordan in the distance.

Black Rock in the Great Salt Lake.

Salt Pond Mountain view, Virginia.

Salt Lake house and Wasatch Mountains.

Salt Lake coach leaving Ophir.

Salt Lake coach leaving Ophir.

[View of salt works.]

Shore of Salt Lake.

Salt Pond Mountain view, Virginia.

Shores of Salt Lake.

Shore of Salt Lake.

Salt Pond Mountain, Va.

Salt Lake, Utah. River Jordan in the distance.

County map California; Map of the settlements in the Great Salt Lake country, Utah [inset] ; San Francisco Bay and vicinity [inset].

Camping out in Florida: Hauling over. [Salt Lake to Indian River]

Camping out in Florida: Hauling over. [Salt Lake to Indian River]

Camping out in Florida: Hauling over. [Salt Lake to Indian River]

Mormon family, Great Salt Lake Valley.

Solar Salt Works

Solar Salt Works

Solar Salt Works

Great Salt Lake, Utah.

No. 10. Rain sculpture, Salt Creek Cañon, Utah.

Salt Lake Cañon, Utah.

Salt Lake Cañon, Utah.

Salt Lake Cañon, Utah.

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt springs

Salt Point [Village]; East Fishkill [Village]; Pleasant Valley [Village]

TheGreat Salt Lake of Utah

Map showing the original high and low grounds, salt marsh and shore lines in the city of Brooklyn: from original government surveys made in 1776-7.

Genesee County Mills, J. G. Cameron, Propr., Manufacturer of choice patent process Flour. Cor. Main & Ellicott Sts., Batavia, N.Y. ; E. L. & G. D. Kenyon, Triple Store, No. 72 Main Street, Batavia, N.Y. ; Turner & Jones, Wholesale & Retailer in Fresh, Salt, and Smoked Meats, Pork, Lard, Hams, Bacon, Head-Cheese, Pork and Bologna Sausage. Nos. 51 & 53 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. C. H. Turner. J. H. Jones.

Barnes, Blanding & Co., Marble and Granite Works, 26 Chenango St., Binghamton, N.Y.; Carter, Abbott & Johnson, General Hardware and Carriage Goods, Wholesale and Retail, 87 Washington Street, Binghamton, N.Y.; Charles S. Hall, Importer and Dealer in Crockery, China, & Glass, Cutlery, Plated-Ware, Mirrors, Carpets, Oil-Cloths, & House- Furnishing Goods, No. 34 Court St., Binghamton, N.Y.; Barrett & Child, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Imported & Domestic Groceries, Fine Tears, Coffees, and Spices, Flour, Salt, Fish, etc., etc., No. 32 Court St., Binghamton, N.Y. ; Amsbry & Morris, Dealers in Hats, Caps, Furs, Boots, Shoes, and Rubbers, 30 Court Street, Binghamton, N.Y.

The Dead Sea, looking north-east from Engedi. Anciently called the Salt Sea and the Sea of the Plain. The name Dead Sea, now so familiar, does not occur in the Bible ; it was adopted by Greek and Roman writers in the second century of our era. The Arabs call this sea Bahr Lût (Sea of Lot.)

Richmond, Plate No. 53 [Map bounded by Street, Vacant, Salt Meadows]

Bathing Beach, Salt Pond, Surf Cottage and Ball's Store, from Tower, Ocean View Hotel.

Bathing Beach, Salt Pond, Surf Cottage and Ball's Store, from Tower, Ocean View Hotel.

Bathing Beach, Salt Pond, Surf Cottage and Ball's Store, from Tower, Ocean View Hotel.

Solar Method of Evaporating Salt Brine -- Collecting, Draining, Hauling Sault, Syracuse, N.Y.

Solar Method of Evaporating Salt Brine -- Collecting, Draining, Hauling Sault, Syracuse, N.Y.

Solar Method of Evaporating Salt Brine -- Collecting, Draining, Hauling Sault, Syracuse, N.Y.

The Western Pacific Ry. crossing southern end Gr. Salt Lake, Great Salt Lake

The salt of the sea for me

The salt of the sea for me

The salt of the sea for me

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