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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.

A view of the S.W. shore of Cape Breton Island, from St. Peter's Bay eastward.

A view of Cape Rouge or Carouge, nine miles above the City of Quebec on the north shore of the River St. Laurence.

Perspective view of the landing and marching the troops along the shore, towards the fort Cojimar [Havana, Cuba].

The town and harbour of Halifax in Nova Scotia as they appear from the opposite shore called Dartmouth.

A view of Portsmouth in New Hampshire taken from the east shore

Charles Town, form the south shore of Ashley River

Letter to [Thomas Harwood, Treasurer, Western Shore.]

Letter to John Kean, Head of Wye River, Eastern Shore, Maryland

Letter to John Kean, Head of Wye River, Eastern Shore, Maryland

Letter to [Thomas Harwood, Treasurer, Western Shore.]

A view of the Highland of Neversunk... ; The south shore of Long Island... ; New York, with the entrance of the North and East Rivers ; The lighthouse on Sandy Hook... ; The Narrows....

A view of Portsmouth in New Hampshire, taken from the east shore.

An east perspective view of the city of Philadelphia, in the province of Pensylvania, in North America; taken from the Jersey shore

[Dartmouth Shore in the Harbour of Halifax, Nova Scotia.]

Chart and plan of the harbour of New York & the couny. adjacent, from Sandy Hook to Kingsbridge : comprehending the whole of New York and Staten Islands, and part of Long Island & the Jersey shore, and shewing the defences of New York both by land and sea

Chart and plan of the harbour of New York & the Couny. Adjacent, from Sandy Hook to Kingsbridge comprehending the whole of New York and Staten Islands, and part of Long Island & the Jersey shore : and shewing the defences of New York both by land and sea

Chart and plan of the harbour of New York & the couny. adjacent, from Sandy Hook to Kingsbridge : comprehending the whole of New York and Staten Islands, and part of Long Island & the Jersey shore, and shewing the defences of New York both by land and sea

Charles Town from the south Shore of Ashley River

Fulton Ferry in 1750, from the Brooklyn Shore

[Fishermen. Men pull a rope. Men push a boat into the water. Men pull a boat on shore.]]

Falls in the Genesee Rivers.

Indian Brook in the residence of Captain Philips.

Tarry Town, whose Major Andre was captured.

Carte pour servir a l'iteneraire pittoresque de Fleuve de Hudson

Spot where General Burgoyne surrendered to General Gates.

West Point at the Moment of Exercise

Machine for the portage on the Susquehanna.

View of the natural Bridge.

Falls on the Flint River.

Lower Falls near the residence of Mr. Montgomery.

Danbucket Falls.

North view of Providence.

Hudson Fall at village of Gleens

View in Albany House of the First Dutch Governors

Haverstraw or Warren Landing

Albany - Capital of the State of New York

Town of Hudson.

View of Boston and the south Boston Bridge.

Road and Bridge over the Mohawk

Passaic Falls.

Lake George and the village of Caldwell

Sing-Sing or Mount Pleasant

Military post, Sacketts Harbor.

Mills on the Black River.

Saratoga Springs.

Bridge on the Hudson River near Luzerne

View of New York from taken from Weahawk

View of the Hudson and the Catskill Mountains

White Hall, Lake Champlain

Saw Mill at the village of Gleens

Rapids on the Hudson at Adley's

Extremity of Adley's Falls

Falls near Schooley's Springs.

Commencement of the Falls of Canada Creek.

Therasa Falls, Indian River.

View on the Passaic River.

Horse Shoe of Niagara from the Canada side.

Canada Creek Falls.

Falls of Cohoes, of the River Mohawk

Saw Mill near Luzerne, source of the Hudson.

General View of the Military School West Point

General view of Niagara from the Canada side.

Course of the Hudson and the Mills near Sandy Hill

Falls of the Hudson at Sandy Hill

General view of the Hudson at Adley's

Water works on the Schuylkill River.

Pierpont's Distillery on Long Island

Foundery on Jone's Creek near Baltimore.

Commencement of Lower Falls.

Niagara Falls from the American side.

Deer Creek Falls.

Jessup's Landing

Interior of New York, Provost Street and Chapel

Schooley's Springs.

Falls of Mount Ida, above the town of Troy

New York. O what a charming city! View of the city from the Jersey shore

City of Detroit, Michigan. Taken from the Canada shore near the ferry.

Shore Lark. 1. Male, Summer plumage. 2. D-o Winter. 3. Female. 4. Young & Nest.

Western Shore Lark. Male.

[People on the shore looking at a ship.]

Let us bridge the whirlpool of passions and walk the promised shore, Niagara. (View of rapids and bridge.

Let us bridge the whirlpool of passions and walk the promised shore, Niagara. (View of rapids and bridge.

[Stillwater from Wisconsin shore.]

Shore view, Nahant.

Baltimore and Ohio Bridge, from Maryland Shore.

Shore view, Nahant.

South from east shore of Long Island, Lake George, N.Y.

[View along the lake shore.]

[View of the lake shore.]

Shore batteries, West Point.

Alcatraz Island, from Bay Shore and Fort Point Road.

[Boats on the shore of Lake George.]

The west shore.

Landing of the French Atlantic telegraph cable on Duxbury Beach, with the officers of the steamers and barges that landed the cable on shore, in the foreground.

Bolivar Heights, from Maryland Shore.

[View of a lake, buildings on opposite shore.]

Point Lookout, 300 ft. high, Beaver Bay on the shore of L.S.

East shore, from piazza of Kent House.

[Group of people on the shore.]

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