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Mons Meg in Edinburgh Castle

Mons Meg in Edinburgh Castle

New England village school.

Ice shrubs and British Falls in the distance.

Ice shrubs and British Falls in the distance.

Wright's Tavern, halt of British officers upon their march into Concord.

Clifton Suspension Bridge.

New England Clam Bake.

Battle Ground, monument in foreground, on spot where British soldiers fell.

Clifton Suspension Bridge.

New England village school.

Old Belfry from which the Continental soldiers were warned of the advance of the British, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

Old Belfry from which the Continental soldiers were warned of the advance of the British, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

Battle Ground, monument in foreground, on spot where British soldiers fell.

New England Clam Bake.

Wright's Tavern, halt of British officers upon their march into Concord.

Geo. Eliot : England

Front cover

No departure of the miniature ship I.T. Ford for England from Baltimore.

No departure of the miniature ship I.T. Ford for England from Baltimore.

British Steam Frigate Zealous.

British Steam Frigate Zealous.

The Chinese In New England -- The Work-Shop.

Interior view of New England Church.

Charles Dickens, as Captain Bobadill from a picture by C.R. Leslie, R.A.

New England Church.

New England Church.

Interior view of New England Church.

The New England Granite Works, Hartford, Conn. [Stone carvers working on large sculpture of a soldier]

High school, 1875, site of Lord Percy's cannon, to protect retreating British troops, 1775.

The New England Granite Works, Hartford, Conn. [Stone carvers working on large sculpture of a soldier]

High school, 1875, site of Lord Percy's cannon, to protect retreating British troops, 1775.

Glassware (New England Glass Co., Boston), Main building.

[Glassware (New England Glass Company, Main building).]

[Glassware (New England Glass Company, Main building).]

[Glassware (New England Glass Company, Main building).]

Glassware (New England Glass Co., Boston), Main building.

[Glassware (New England Glass Company, Main building).]

Henry George from a photograph by Mayall, London, 1884.

Henry George from a photograph made in England in 1885.

Thos. Briggs, England, 1885.

Distant view of soldiers, carriages, horses, buildings and a tent in a valley.

New England Cricket Team, Visited Halifax, 1891, Compliments of Geo. Wright, 1891, Geo. Wright, Sam'l Wright, Fred Fairbur, J. Comber, R. Cracknell, J. Estabrook, Micklejoin

New England Cricket Team, Visited Halifax, 1891, Compliments of Geo. Wright, 1891, Geo. Wright, Sam'l Wright, Fred Fairbur, J. Comber, R. Cracknell, J. Estabrook, Micklejoin

Idols of the British Columbian Indians, Columbian Exposition.

British Government building, distant view, World's Fair, Chicago, U.S.A.

Idols of the British Columbian Indians, Columbian Exposition.

British Government building, distant view, World's Fair, Chicago, U.S.A.

A Bit of New England Coast Scenic

New England Bedroom (1800) Museum of the Essex Institute, Salem, Mass.

New England Parlor, Salem, Mass.

Monroe Tavern, Lexington, Mass., Bar Room from 1696 to 1858, Used as Hospital by the British on the 19th of April 1775

New England Country Road, Burlington, Vt.

Birthplace of Gov. William Bradford, Austerfield, England

New England Bedroom, Salem, Mass.

New England Pergolas, Vinehurst, Residence of L. G. Hoyt, Kingston, New Hampshire

New England Kitchen (see 13369), Salem, Mass.

New England Parlor (1800) Museum of the Essex Institute, Salem, Mass.

New England Kitchen (1750) Museum of the Essex Institute, Salem, Mass.

Photo of Charles Dickens oil painting by E. Goodwyn Lewis, 1869.

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