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Full page drawing of tall ship.

Miniature showing 1. Jupiter's messenger selects the young Europa, as she struggles against the soldier who overcomes her, with two bulls nearby. A ship bears the emblem of the white bull; 2. Europa worshipped in Tarentum. Rubric, initial, border design.

Miniature showing 1. Isis inscribing book of laws amidst a group of farmers; 2. the apotheosis of Io and the goddess adored in her temple at Rome; 3. Io's ship with its sail furled. Initial, border design.

Miniature showing 1. Theoxena and Poris exiting Thessalonica with children and belongings; 2. Theoxena, Poris and children, on a boat near the shore, commit suicide, as a ship full of Macedonian soldiers pursues them. Initial, border design.

Miniature showing Claudia Quinta hauling a rope attached to a golden ship that carries the marble statue of a goddess. A group of men and women watch from across the harbor. Initial and border design.

Remarkable wreck of the ship Batavia.

A new mapp of MAGELLAN STRAIGHTS discovered by Capt. John Narbourgh commander then of His Majesty's Ship Sweepstakes as he sayled through sade straights.

[Prison ship Jersey.]

Escape of Rev. Thomas Andros, from the old Jersey prison ship, during the Revolutionary War

Letter to the owners of the ship Pigon, or Messrs

Letter to the owners of the ship Pigon, or Messrs

Letter to the owners of the ship Pigon, or Messrs

1809, Aug. 1, ALS, Robert Fulton at Clermont Manor, to Charles Browne, ship builder, Lombard St., NY

1809, Aug. 1, ALS, Robert Fulton at Clermont Manor, to Charles Browne, ship builder, Lombard St., NY

1809, Aug. 1, ALS, Robert Fulton at Clermont Manor, to Charles Browne, ship builder, Lombard St., NY

1809, Aug. 1, ALS, Robert Fulton at Clermont Manor, to Charles Browne, ship builder, Lombard St., NY

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