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Hand 1, beginning of table of chapters.

Table of contents and Jerome's preface for the psalms in different hand.

Table showing hours of sunset(?)

Table and one column of text, blue initial with red penwork.

Table of contents.

Final page of table of contents, followed by ownership notes.

Caesar Augustus, his wife and son at table, receiving homage and gifts from another king, Cosserosach, and his attendant. Initials, rubrics, linefillers, placemarkers.

Table.

Caesar Augustus, his wife and son at table, receiving homage and gifts from another king, Cosserosach, and his attendant. Initials, rubrics, linefillers, placemarkers.

Table (f.2) partially covered by vellum indicator (f.1).

Opening of table of contents.

Explicit of table of contents.

Beginning of table of contents.

Eighth vision: John hears the vast throng shouting; Christ in Majesty with four beasts, angels and elders; wedding feast laid out on a table, on which the Lamb stands. (Apoc. 19:1-8)

Opening page, table of contents.

Text with rubric and placemarkers. Half-page miniatures of a gathering at table.

Miniature showing torture chamber. Leaena is shown lying on a table, bound by feet and wrists to cords drawn through rings on walls. Attendents rack her, two cowled men stand apart. She spits her tongue at one of them. Initial, border design.

Miniature of Busa gazing heavenward as she holds a golden veil out to cloth a man wearing only a shirt. Two hungry men approach a table set with food. A third pairing of men clasp hands. Twho other men watch. Initial, rubric, border design.

Beginning of the table.

Miniature of chamber with Sappho seated at right, plucking the strings of a harp. A psalter and a zither lie on a table top before her at left. A few books, bound and clasped, are stored under a table and on a ledge. Initial, rubric, and border design.

Miniature showing 1. Cleopatra and Antony seated at a banquet table, touching hands; 2. Cleopatra stands next to Antony's golden sepulchre; 3. Cleopatra in Alexandria, kneeling before Octavian in supplication. Initial and border design.

Miniature showing Agrippina lashed to a golden table by a male figure, while Tiberius, in a papal miter, stands by with a raised sword. Another man tries to force Agrippina to eat; another is lifting a jug from the floor. Initial, rubric, border design.

Opening of Ptolemy's text. Smaller gold initial with vinescroll. Gold rubrics on red fields. Table of contents.

Large gold initial with white vinescroll. Smaller gold initial on pink and blue field. Gold rustic capitals on red fields. Table.

A prospect of the inside of Westminster Hall, shewing how the King and Queen, with the nobility and others, did sit at dinner on the day of the coronation, 23 Apr. 1685, with the manner of serving up the first course of hot meat to their Majesties table.

A georgraphical table containing the principal countries, kingdoms, provinces, islands, cities, towns, rivers, &c. of the now known World, the whole adjusted to ancient geography , and so contrived, as that it may serve for a georgaphical dictionary.

Modèles de plats, tant grands, moyens, que petits, qu'il faut pour bien servir une table. [Vol. 1, frontispiece]

Text with table.

Plans coupes et elévations d'une table de toillette et d'une table de nuit.

Autre secrétaire mobile pupitre et petite table a ecrire.

Plans et elévations d'une table, et d'un lit de camp avec leurs developpements.

Elévations d'un galet, et d'une table a quadrille avec ses développements.

Plans coupes et elévations d'une table de Brelan.

The New-York federal table, as seen from Bunker Hill

Letter to Oliver Wolcott, Jr., Pay Table Committee, Hartford

Letter to Oliver Wolcott, Jr., Pay Table Committee, Hartford

Man in white ironing at table

Male servant ironing on table

Man in white ironing behind table

Man in white ironing behind table

Man in white ironing at table

Male servant ironing on table

Un simple prêtre, le grand prêtre ; Le camp d'Israel autour du Tabernacle ; Autel des holocaustes ; La table des pains de propositio[n] ; Le chandelier d'or ; L'arche d'alliance ; L'autel des parfums ; Lavoir du Temple de Salomon ; La mer d'Airain du Temple de Salomon ; Le parvis des holocaustes ; Tabernacle ; Le Tabernacle avec ses couvertures.

Table of post-offices in the United States, with the distance from the post office at Philadelphia to every other post office here mentioned.

No.1 A Table of Hieroglyphics, Found at Axum 1771

No.2 A table of Hieroglyphics, found at Axum 1771

[Marketplace scenes. Women gather around a basket of fruit on a table. Women hold a tray of fruit. A family group talks, rests, a mother feeds her child.]]

[Table des matières, planches et vignettes (continued).]

Table des matières, planches et vignettes.

Vue de la ville du cap, et de la montagne de la table. (Cap de Bonne Espérance.).

Table des planches du troisième volume (continued). [List of plates, vol. 3]

Table des planches du second volume. [List of plates, vol. 2]

Table des planches du troisième volume. [List of plates, vol. 3]

Table des planches du premier volume. [List of plates, vol. 1]

Ice house [Three men at table drinking and smoking.]

Ice house [Three men at table drinking and smoking.]

Table des planches de la Botanique ...

Table de planches de la Zoologie du Voyage autour du Monde ... (continued)

[Woman in deep red dress holding a book to her chest, standing next to a table, behind which is a crucifix.]

Table de planches de la Zoologie du Voyage autour du Monde ...

Morrison's North River traveller's companion : containing a map of the Hudson or North River, with a description of the adjoining country ... : also a table showing the distances of the principal towns in the United States from each other, the lengths of the principal rail-roads and canals, finished or in progress, in the United States.

Table [des matières des volumes 3 et 4]

Table [des matières des volumes 3 et 4]

Table [des matières des volumes 3 et 4]

Map of the United States, showing the proposed railroad routes from coast to coast, with table of distances, etc.

Woman sitting on a chair next to table, offering small dish to girl.

Woman reclining on large platform next to low table, smoking pipe; young girl attending her.

A table and other objects by Elkington & Mason of Birmingham.

Table covers by Erskine Beveridge of Dunfermline.

Block printed table cover by Evans & co. of London.

TABLE D'HOTE [held by] AMERICAN HOTEL [at] "[BUFFALO, NY" (HOTEL)

Table covers, from designs by Miss A. Carey exhibited by H. & T. Woods of London.

TABLE D'HOTE [held by] AMERICAN HOTEL [at] "[BUFFALO, NY" (HOTEL)

Table Rock, Canada side.

Scenes below Table Rock.

Below Table Rock.

Table Rock - summer. Niagara.

Table Rock from below, Niagara.

Table of plates

Table Rock, from above.

Below Table Rock, winter.

Table Rock, Canada Side.

Table Rock, looking down the River, Niagara.

Table Rock, Niagara Falls.

Below Table Rock, looking down.

Table Rock from the Horse Shoe Fall. Clifton House in the distance.

View down the river from under Table Rock.

Niagara. Below Table Rock in winter.

Table Rock, looking down.

The American Fall, from back of Table Rock.

Table Rock, looking down, in winter.

Table Rock, looking down, in winter.

Niagara in winter, Crystal Cave below Table Rock.

Au Sable Chasm. From Table Rock, looking up.

Below Table Rock, winter.

The king of the icicles, below Table Rock.

Table Rock from above, Niagara, N.Y.

Table Rock and Horse Shoe Falls, Niagara.

[View of a group of women sitting around a table with a stereo-viewer on it.]

Below Table Rock, winter.

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