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Abû Lahab and his followers hurl stones at Muhammad and Abû Bakr at the 'Ukâz Fair.

Eighth vision: John returns from travels; John changes sticks and stones into gold and jewels; John destroyes the temple of Diana.

The coal man and the fuller [cont.]; The fishermen who caught stones.

The fishermen who caught stones [cont.]; The braggart.

Birds of China. [Brown bird and green bird on stones.]

Hail stones.

Hail stones.

[Group of women sitting on the rock stones.]

Druidical stones, Manitou Park.

[Group of women sitting on the rock stones.]

Druidical stones, Manitou Park.

Hail stones.

[View of a pool made of stones and surrounded by broad-leafed plants.]

[View of a pool made of stones and surrounded by broad-leafed plants.]

Hail stones.

Stepping stones.

Stepping stones.

Eroded sand stones, Monument Park.

Eroded sand stones, Monument Park.

The Lower Pool of Siloam. The old mulberry-tree, supported by stones, is said to mark the spot where the Prophet Isaiah was sawn asunder, in the presence of King Manasseh

Stepping Stones, Eastlake Park, Los Angeles, Calif.

Stones and lava thrown upwards - eruption of Mokuaweoweo volcano, Hawaii, July 4-21, 1899.

Stones and lava thrown upwards - eruption of Mokuaweoweo volcano, Hawaii, July 4-21, 1899.

Machinery for lifting stones, Port Morris marble yard.