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Fourth vision: God seated in glory with angels to either side, proclaims salvation; the archangel Michael fights the 7-headed dragon as devils are hurled by other angels from the sky. (Apoc. 12:7-12)

Miniature showing Seneca, lying dead in the bloody water of his tub, his arm hanging over the side; Pompeia, still alive, kneels in her tub holding a knife point to the inside of her elbow as blood spreads through the water. Initial, border design.

View of the Great Wall, on the side where the Ambassador entered China.

[Woman drives a horse drawn cart, a dog chases along side. Man driving a cart talks to another man on horseback.]]

A stone tablet, engraved on each side, found in a tomb at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore. Same size as the original.

Horse Shoe of Niagara from the Canadian side

General view of Niagara from the Canadian side

1. Side Streaked Tree Snake, Dendrophis lateralis; 2. Reddish Dip[s]as, Dipsus [Dipsas] rubescens.

View from Trinity Church, looking down Wall Street with sketches of the buildings on each side. And the heights of Brooklyn.

Sarcophagus found in Col. Campbell's tomb (now in the British Museum): hieroglyphical characters and deities on the left side.

New Orleans, taken from the opposite side a short distance above the Middle or Picayune Ferry.

Funeral passing over the sacred Lake of the Dead, and its arrival at the tomb on the other side. Thebes.

189. The Sharp-nose Sturgeon (Acipencer oxyrhincus). View of under side, and head viewed from above. 190. The Dromedary Trunk-fish (Lactophrys camelinus). 191.The Lake Sturgeon (Acipencer rubicundus).

43. The Sea Wolf (Anarrhicas lupus). 44. The Bordered Eel-pout (Zoarces fimbriatus). 45. The Thick-lipped Eel-pout (Z. anguillaris). Under side and mouth of the same.

Obelisk - first side.

Obelisk - fourth side.

Obelisk - third side.

Obelisk - second side.

Sunny Side, Irvington, NY.

Ferry slips and water front of New York City, from the Brooklyn side.

Sunny Side, The residence of Washington Irving.

Sunny Side, The Home of Washington Irving. [Winter.]

Sunny Side, The Home of Washington Irving. [Winter.]

"Glen Side." The residence of J. T. Earl, Ithaca, N.Y. (porch view).

Sunny Side, The Home of Washington Irving. [Winter.]

Sunny Side, The Home of Washington Irving. [Winter.]

Sunny Side, The Home of Washington Irving. [Winter.]

[View of the river and industrial building at the other side.]

Down the mountain side, South Mountains.

Sea Side House, Peaks' Island.

Sea Side House, Mt. Desert, Me.

Side vaults, St. Louis cemetery.

Newport from West Derby side.

Side aisle, Church of the Immaculate Conception.

Ferry slips and water front of New York City, from the Brooklyn side.

Lake Side Park House, Buffalo, N.Y.

[View of people in the road, with cottages on either side.]

Back view of Pavilion, from Lake side.

Sea Side House, Peaks' Island.

Universalist Church. (The house just side that you can see a little of, is Mr. Ayers'). Dexter, Me.

Bridges & falls of Conn[ecticut] River, from Vermont side.

Newport from West Derby side.

[View of people in the road, with cottages on either side.]

Sunny Side, The residence of Washington Irving.

Sunny Side, The Home of Washington Irving. [Winter.]

Sunny Side, The Home of Washington Irving. [Winter.]

Hill Side Park, water view.

[Decorated wagon with women riding in it, banner on side reads "followers of Betsy Baker preparing and braiding domestic straw," in front of building with bunting.]

Sunny Side, The residence of Washington Irving.

Side vaults, Firem--.

Falls of St. Anthony (from St. Anthony side).

Newport from West Derby side.

Lower Cascade, near Long Side Track.

Mansfield Mountain from Stowe side, Vt.

Cincinnati and Covington bridge from the Covington side.

[View of deck and masts of a whale ship on its side.]

[View of people in the road, with cottages on either side.]

[View of people in the road, with cottages on either side.]

[View of deck and masts of a whale ship on its side.]

Sunny Side, The residence of Washington Irving.

Emigrants on their way to Salt Lake City resting by the way side.

Bridges & falls of Conn[ecticut] River, from Vermont side.

Down the mountain side, South Mountains.

Sunny Side, The Home of Washington Irving. [Winter.]

"Glen Side." The residence of J. T. Earl, Ithaca, N.Y. (porch view).

From Ocean Side House, showing harbor.

Either side up is right.

Either side up is right.

Back view of Pavilion, from Lake side.

Back view of Pavilion, from Lake side.

Back view of Pavilion, from Lake side.

Lake Side Park House, Buffalo, N.Y.

Sunny Side, The Home of Washington Irving. [Winter.]

[View of the river and industrial building at the other side.]

Sunny Side, The Home of Washington Irving. [Winter.]

Emigrants on their way to Salt Lake City resting by the way side.

Cincinnati and Covington bridge from the Covington side.

Mansfield Mountain from Stowe side, Vt.

From Ocean Side House, showing harbor.

Side vaults, St. Louis cemetery.

Side vaults, Firem--.

[Decorated wagon with women riding in it, banner on side reads "followers of Betsy Baker preparing and braiding domestic straw," in front of building with bunting.]

[Women standing on a hill side hear a brook.]

[Women standing on a hill side hear a brook.]

Hill Side Park, water view.

Lower Cascade, near Long Side Track.

Lower Cascade, near Long Side Track.

Side aisle, Church of the Immaculate Conception.

Universalist Church. (The house just side that you can see a little of, is Mr. Ayers'). Dexter, Me.

[View of deck and masts of a whale ship on its side.]

Falls of St. Anthony (from St. Anthony side).

[View of deck and masts of a whale ship on its side.]

Lower Cascade, near Long Side Track.

Newport from West Derby side.

Sea Side House, Mt. Desert, Me.

Near Suspension Bridge Canada side.

Near Suspension Bridge Canada side.

Water Gap, from Penn'a side.

Sunny Side. Residence of the late Washington Irving, Esq.

Water Gap, from Penn'a side.

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