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Muhammad talks with a smith who will melt down Mutî's idol so that the gold and silver may be distributed to the poor, as Mutî' had promised.

Front cover of binding with silver plaque of Moses striking the rock.

Pentophylloi-des argenteum alatum Seu Potentilla = Potemto;;a = L'Argentine. [Silver cinquefoil]

Lunaria magorum, sive Lunaria annua floliis cardamnae, floribus rubentibus &c = Lunaria de maghi [Annual honesty, Silver dollar]

1.Chaetodon aureus; 2. Zeus Vomer, The Silver Fish.

1. Silurus atherinoides, The Silver stripe; 2. Silurus vittatus, The striped Silure.

1. Bodianus stellifer, The starry Bodian; 2. Bodianus Argenteus, The Silver Bodian.

Halesia tetraptera = Halésie à quarte ailes. [Mountain silver-bell or Silver bell tree]

Fig. 1. Abies nigra = Sapin noir. Fig. 2. Abies alba = Sapin blanc.[Black spruce - European silver fir].

1. Crown, 2. Standard, 3. Shield outside, 4. Shield inside, 5. Javelins, 6. Ornament after victory of all Kasmatis, 7. Silver Diso worn on festivals by soldiers of quality.

Blueish-grey or Silver Kanguroo.

1. Rufous Tailed Crested Pheasant,, Euplocomus erythrothalmus; 2. Head of Silver Crested Pheasant,, Euplocomus Nycthemerus.

Cooper's Flycatcher, 1. Male, 2. Female. (Balsam or Silver Fir. Pinus Balsamea).

Chocolate cup in silver by Lebrun of Paris.

View of Haverhill, Mass, from Silver Hill, Nov. 1850.

Portion of a shield in silver by Vechte for Hunt & Roskell.

Objects in silver by Fromont Meurice of Paris.

Statuette in ivory, and objects in gold and silver, by Froment Meurice of Paris.

Centre [sic] piece in silver, by Wagner of Berlin.

Vase in silver, by Hunt & Roskell of London.

A portion of a silver shield.

"Silver cascade," near St. Anthony.

Silver Cascade.

Gateway at the Genesee Camp Ground, Silver Lake.

Silver Cascade, White Mountain Notch.

"Silver cascade," near St. Anthony.

Silver Spring Landing, from Squantum, R.I.

Silver ore train.

Inlet to Silver Brook, Schuylkill River.

Silver Cascade, (near view), White Mountain Notch.

Silver Brook.

[A group posed in front of "The Capitol" at Silver Creek.]

Silver Cascade, (near view), White Mountain Notch.

The little kiddy's Silver Plume, Col., U.S.A.

End view of Dining Hall, Silver Spring.

Silver ore train.

Silver Cascade, White Mountain Notch.

Mexican silver in main building of the Exposition.

Silver Cascade.

Silver Forrest [sic] and Half-Way House, Mt. Washington, N.H.

The loop on Colorado Central Railroad between Georgetown & Silver Plume, [...]

Mt. Willard, from Silver Cascade.

Round Mountain, Silver Cliff.

Silver cascade.

Silver cascade.

The Great Loop [near Georgetown], Silver Plume, Colorado.

Silver Cascade, White Mountain Notch.

Silver cascade.

Gateway at the Genesee Camp Ground, Silver Lake.

Silver cascade.

Silver thread.

[Silver Cliff mine.]

Silver Forest, Mt. Washington.

Inlet to Silver Brook, Schuylkill River.

Silver thread.

Silver Cascade, Crawford Notch, White Mts.

Silver Cascade, White Mountain Notch.

[A group posed in front of "The Capitol" at Silver Creek.]

Silver cascade.

Silver cascade, near Caldwell.

Silver cascade.

Bacon, Trench, and Kelsey mills, Silver City Nevada.

Mexican silver in main building of the Exposition.

Silver Cascades, Yosemite.

Upper Silver Cascade, Crawford Notch, White Mts.

View from Silver Plume, looking up.

Silver Forest, Mt. Washington.

Silver Cascade.

Silver bricks.

Silver Cascade, (near view), White Mountain Notch.

Clouds, Silver Lake.

Front of Dining Hall, Silver Spring.

Silver Island.

The little kiddy's Silver Plume, Col., U.S.A.

Mt. Willard, from Silver Cascade.

Silver Cascade, Crawford Notch, White Mts.

Silver Cascade, after a heavy rain.

Silver cascade.

Silver Forest, Mt. Washington.

Silver Cascade, after a storm.

Drinking Fountain, Silver Spring, Druid Hill Park.

Silver Cascade in White Mountain Notch.

Silver Cascade.

Interior view of the Selby Lead and Silver smelting works, San Francisco, Ca.

The Great Loop [near Georgetown], Silver Plume, Colorado.

[Silver Cliff houses.]

Silver Cascade in White Mountain Notch.

Silver cascade, near St. Anthony.

Silver Spring Landing, from Squantum, R.I.

Silver thread.

Silver Forest.

Silver Cascades, Yosemite.

Silver cascade, near St. Anthony.

Silver Cliff, Colo. [showing a group of men, some with burros].

Silver ore train.

End view of Dining Hall, Silver Spring.

Great loop of the Silver Plume, Colorado.

Front of Dining Hall, Silver Spring.

Drinking Fountain, Silver Spring, Druid Hill Park.

Gateway at the Genesee Camp Ground, Silver Lake.

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