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Rustam views Suhrâb's tomb.

Plan of the Island of Gorée; [Fort St. Michael; Fort St. Francis] ; [Two views of Cape de Verde off at sea].

An east prospect of the city of Philadelphia

Views of the entrance to New York Harbour.

A chart of New York Harbour : with the soundings, views of land marks and nautical directions for the use of pilotage

A chart of New York Harbour : with the soundings, views of land marks and nautical directions for the use of pilotage

Sepulchres of the kings of Judah

Reservoir of the Sealed Fountain near Bethlehem

Tomb of the Virgin Mary

The Principal street in Bethlehem

Jerusalem with the Church of the Holy Sepulchre

Entrance of the Chapel of the Holy Sepulchre

A Greek Caloyer

Sepulchre of Rachel

A Maronite Monk and Pilgrims

Views in Palestine [Title page]

Tomb in the Valley of Jehoshaphat

Remains of a tower on Mount Zion

Pool of Bethesda Jerusalem

Fountain of Siloam Near Jerusalem

Tomb of Joseph of Arimathea

Bridge over The Brook Kedron

Village of Bethany and the Dead Sea

Entrance to the Sepulchres of the kings of Judah

Subterranean Church at Bathlehem

Sepulchres of the judges of Israel

Views of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives

The Sepulchre of Absalom

Ruins between Ramah and Jerusalem

Pillar to which was affixed the sentence passed on our Saviour

Sepulchral Chambers near Bethany

Argonaut or Paper Nautilus in different views.

Different Views of the Gordius Aquaticus in its natural size.

Different Views of the Hydra Viridis or Green Polype both in its natural size & magnified.

Magnified Views of Vibrio Anguillula or Eel Vibrio.

Views in the Ottoman Dominions ... [Title Page]

Topographical map of the city and county of New-York, and the adjacent country : with views in the border of the principal buildings, and interesting scenery of the island.

Pyramids of Dashoor: map, views, sections of northern and southern brick pyramids, and hieroglyphics.

Pyramids of Abooseer [Abouseir]: map, section, plan, views, and hieroglyphics.

Pyramids of Abouseir: sections, plan, views, and hieroglyphics.

Pyramids of Lisht and Meydoom: map, views, and sections.

Pyramids of Illahoon, Howara, Biahhmoo, and El Koofa: views, plans, and sections.

Woman on horseback with man standing beside her with arm around her waist; views of their heads.

1. The Beaked Whale (Rorqualus rostratus). 2. The Manatee (Manatus americanus). Upper and front views of the snout. 3. The Social Whale (Globicephalus melas).

Map of Staten Island o Richmond County. 16 views of buildings on border. Also view of Elliottville the property of Dr. S. M. Elliott.

Map of Staten Island o Richmond County. 16 views of buildings on border. Also view of Elliottville the property of Dr. S. M. Elliott.

Map of Staten Island o Richmond County. 16 views of buildings on border. Also view of Elliottville the property of Dr. S. M. Elliott.

Map of Staten Island o Richmond County. 16 views of buildings on border. Also view of Elliottville the property of Dr. S. M. Elliott.

Map of the country thirty three miles around the city of New York. [c. 1846] Revised ed., drawn by J.H.Colton. Decorated border with views of City Hall, New York and City Hall, Brooklyn.

Map of the country thirty three miles around the city of New York. [c. 1846] Revised ed., drawn by J.H.Colton. Decorated border with views of City Hall, New York and City Hall, Brooklyn.

Map of the country thirty three miles around the city of New York. [c. 1846] Revised ed., drawn by J.H.Colton. Decorated border with views of City Hall, New York and City Hall, Brooklyn.

Stereoscopic views of structures in Central Park, New York City.

Stereoscopic views of Wissahickon Creek, Philadelphia.

Views up No. 13 plane at Hawley.

Stereoscopic views of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

West side waterworks [interior views showing pumping machinery].

[Views of rock formations in Deer Park near La Salle.]

Stereoscopic views of Watkins Glen, New York

Views of Wm. F. Murphy's Sons' stationery establishment, 509 Chestnut St. (opposite Independence Hall,) Philadelphia.

Pilgrim's Progress. (Views of Glen Onoko.)

Stereoscopic views of the Boston Public Gardens.

Boston Public Garden, rustic arbor, two views.

Stereoscopic views of the Boston Public Gardens.

Views from between the falls, looking south-east. Distant view of Cameron's Cone. Half a mile above the famous Boiling Mineral Spring.

Stereoscopic Views of Clear Creek and Gilpin counties, Colorado.

Views of Colorado Springs, from the cupola of the Public School building, looking east.

City of St. Paul -- street views.

Views on the St. Croix.

Views about the lake.

Views on river, St. Croix.

Stereoscopic views of Niagara Falls

Stereoscopic views of Niagara Falls

Stereoscopic views of Niagara Falls.

[Yale college views.]

Interior views of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C..

Views in Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm, Keeseville, N.Y.

High Bridge. (5 views.)

Stereoscopic views of Watkins Glen, New York

Stereoscopic views of North Conway, N.H. and vicinity.

Views of Caribou, looking east.

Views of Etna Campground.

Views of Etna Campground.

Views in Auburn. Main Street, looking up. (Androscoggin County)

Stereoscopic views of York County, Maine.

Stereoscopic views of New York Harbor.

Stereoscopic views of cemeteries in Savannah, Georgia.

Views of Etna Campground.

Chamber of Commerce, Chicago. [Interior views.]

Chamber of Commerce, Chicago. [Interior views.]

Views on the Potomac, Ball's Bluff.

Views on the St. Croix.

Views about the lake.

Minnesota winter views.

Wright Co. views.

Across the valley, from Clark's hotel. Kennebec Valley views.

Eaton School, Norridgewock. Kennebec Valley views.

Views in Auburn. Main Street, looking up. (Androscoggin County)

Stereoscopic views of the oil region of Pennsylvania and New York.

Stereoscopic views of Watkins Glen, New York

Views from Garrison's, looking South.

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