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Miniature showing 1. Athaliah, crowned, extends her hands to 2 youths being slain; 2. coronation of Jehoash by two bishops; 3. three citizens observe over a wall; 4. the body of Athaliah is dragged from castle gate by her hair. Initial, border design.

Miniature showing Pyramus and Thisbe conversing through a wall, their death by the fountain with the lion and the tomb of Ninus, and other scenes.

70 CE: Sabinus, a Syrian in the Roman auxiliary troops, volunteers to scale the wall of Jerusalem and is presented to Titus.

70 CE: The Romans, having breached the second wall of Jerusalem, are attacked and driven back by the Jews.

70 CE: Titus holds a war council with his officers. He decides to blockade Jerusalem by building a wall around the entire city, with every exit blocked and guarded. The wall, 4 1/2 miles long, is completed in only three days.

70 CE: Titus exhorts his troops to scale the second wall within the fortress Antonia in Jerusalem.

67 CE: The Romans prepare to besiege Gamala, a fortress east of Lake Tiberias. They apply battering-rams at three points and break through the wall.

The First Presbyterian Church, Wall Street

[Plate. Top scene is group of men pointing out their shadows on the ground; bottom scene is artist using lamp to project shadows onto a wall.]

The Embassadors entry through the famous Chinese wall which is 1200 miles long.

View of the Great Wall, on the side where the Ambassador entered China.

New York & City Banks and the McEvers mansion, Wall St. in 1800 the residence of Gen. Knyphausen during the Revolution

The City Hall in Wall Street, before the Revolution

Erysimum vulgare = Erysimum Tragi, flosculis luteis, juxta muros proveniens = Erisimo, e Trione = Velar, ou Tortelle [Wall flower]

Erysimum Polyceration, vel corniculatum = Erisimo del Lobellio = Velar, ou Tortelle [Wall flower with horns]

Old City Hall, Wall St., N.Y.

Letter to John Anderson, Wall St.

Letter to [William Henry Harrison, Wall Street, New York.]

Letter to Garret [Dorset] Wall

Temple and wall, with elephant and mahouts in the foreground

Temple and wall, with elephant and mahouts in the foreground

[A view of Broad Street, Wall Street, and the City Hall.]

View of the old city hall, Wall St.

Tomb of the Martyrs, Navy Yard Wall, Brooklyn ; Navy Yard Brooklyn.

Ruins of a wall near the temple at Offedina [Offelina, or Maharraqa], Nubia (Pl. 29) [top]; Arabac [Arabic] dance (Pl. 30) [bottom].

Wall Street

Nassau St., north from Wall Street

View of Wall Street

View in Wall Street from the corner of Broad

Lunatic asylum (Manhattanville) ; Merchants Room, Exchange (Wall Street).

Plate 11th. Phenix Bank, Wall St. New York ; United States' Branch Bank, Wall Street.

Rotunda, Chambers Street, Grace Church, Broadway, U.S. Branch Bank, Wall Street, St. George's Church, Beekman St., St. Patricks Cathedral, Mott St.

Coffee-House Slip (foot of Wall Street) ; Park Theatre-Park Row (Tammany Hall in the distance).

Plate 13th. Custom House, Wall St. New York ; Unitarian Church, Mercer St. New York.

Plate 10th. St. Paul's Church, Broadway, New York ; Merchant's Exchange, Wall Stt. New York.

View from Trinity Church, looking down Wall Street with sketches of the buildings on each side. And the heights of Brooklyn.

[Plan of the City wall.]

Paintings on a wall. Chichén Itzá.

Hieroglyphics on the wall of Casa Colorada, in Chichén Itzá.

Merchant's exchange, New York. Wall Street. 613

The City Hall, Wall Street, where the Treasury Building now stands.

View of the old City Hall, Wall St, in the year 1789.

Human-headed bull and winged figure from a gateway in the wall surrounding Kouyunjik [Quyunjik].

[Map bounded by Front Street, Burling Slip, Pier - Line 1-20, Whitehall; Including South Street, Staten Island Ferry, Hamilton Ferry, Atlantic Ferry, Moore Street, Broad Street, Coenties Slip, Old Slip, Governeurs Lane, Jones Lane, Coffee House Slip, Wall St Ferry, Pine Street, Depeyster Street, Maiden Lane, Fletcher Street]

[1st Ward. Plate B: Map bounded by Stone Street, Beaver Street, Hanover Street, Wall Street, South Street, Coenties Slip; Including Pearl Street, Water Street, Front Street, Old Slip, Gouverneurs Lane, Jones Lane]

[1st & 2nd Wards. Plate G: Map bounded by Platt Street, Burling Slip, South Street, Wall Street, William Street; Including Maiden Lane, Fletcher Street, Liberty Street, Cedar Street, Depeyster Street, Pine Street, Gold Street, Pearl Street, Water Street, Front Street]

[1st Ward. Plate C: Map bounded by Exchange Place, William Street, Wall Street, Hanover Street, Beaver Street, Stone Street, Whitehall, Broadway; Including New Street, Broad Street, Marketfield Street, South William Street]

[1st Ward. Plate F: Map bounded by Liberty Street, William Street, Exchange Place, Trinity Place; Including Cedar Street, Thames Street, Pine Street, Wall Street, Temple Street, Broadway, Nassau Street, Broad Street]

[Plate 3: Map bounded by Dey Street, Broadway, Maiden Lane, Nassau Street, Wall Street, Broadway, Rector Street, West Street.]

[Plate 2: Map bounded by Rector Street, Broadway, Wall Street, Broad Street, Exchange Place, William Street, Beaver Street, Broad Street, Marketfield Place, Battery Place, West Street.]

Wall of the Castle of Antonia, Jerusalem

Sea wall battery, West Point.

The ice wall. (Great Horse Shoe Falls.) Niagara.

Wall St., from N. front, Kingston, N.Y., Hudson River.

Sea Wall, looking north.

Sea Wall. [St. Augustine].

Sea Wall, St. Augustine, Fla.

Sea Wall, looking north.

Sea Wall of St. Augustine, Florida.

Wall Street, N.Y.

Three-story frame house on terraced yard; people pose on porch; young man holds reins in one-horse carriage. Retaining wall and street under construction.

Wall Street and Trinity Church, New York.

Wall Street and Trinity Church, N.Y.

Wall Street, N.Y.[view of Trinity Church].

Wall Street and Trinity Church, New York.

The Battleship Iowa and North Wall. Grand Canon [Cañon] of Arizona.

The Sea Wall.

Creek running along the base of a rock wall

From Tunnel no. 10, looking west. Building wall across the ravine.

Wall Street, N.Y.

Wall Street and Trinity Church, N.Y.

Wall Street, New York [Trinity Church in background].

[View of a house under construction, showing men finishing the chimney and building a brick wall.]

[View of a house under construction, showing men finishing the chimney and building a brick wall.]

Wall charged by Pickett, S. to Round Top, the war's "High Water Mark" of clump of trees, Gettysburg.

Wall Street and Trinity Church, New York.

View of elevated railway with stone wall.

View of elevated railway with stone wall.

Wall Street, N.Y.

Trinity Church and Wall St.

Wall Street, N.Y.[looking towards Trinity Church].

Wall Street and Trinity Church.

Corner of Wall and North Front Sts. [View of a Tailor Shop.]

The Sea Wall; showing Fort Marion in the distance.

Sea Wall, St. Augustine, Fla.

[Interior view of Centerville with a map of the Holy Land visible on the wall above a lectern.]

The Sea Wall; showing Fort Marion in the distance.

St. Augustine and Sea Wall.

The Battleship Iowa and North Wall. Grand Canon [Cañon] of Arizona.

Sea Wall. [St. Augustine].

Sea Wall of St. Augustine, Florida.

Stone wall at Marie's [Marye's] Heights held by civil [Confederate] forces during Wilderness fight.

Corner of Wall and North Front Sts. [View of a Tailor Shop.]

Wall Street, New York.

Trinity Church and Wall Street, New York City.

Wall Street and Trinity Church, New York.

Centennial decorations - Wall Street, N.Y.[Man, woman and child in foreground].

Wall Street looking toward Trinity Church.

Three-story frame house on terraced yard; people pose on porch; young man holds reins in one-horse carriage. Retaining wall and street under construction.

Wall Street, N.Y.[view of Trinity Church].

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