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Muhammad, mounted on Burâq accompanied by Jibrîl and host angels, rises to the heavens on his way to al-Masjid al-Aqsâ.

Muhammad, mounted on Burâq accompanied by Jibrîl and host angels, rises to the heavens on his way to al-Masjid al-Aqsâ.

The young Siyâvush, son of Kay Kâ'ûs, on his way from Zâbulistân to his father's court with his army is showered with gold and ambergris by the people.

Iskandar and Khizr (on a mule), both holding shining globes that light their way through the gloom, ride towards the Fountain of Life.

68 CE: The priest Ananus monitors the sentries throughout the night, but the Zealots help the Idumaeans force their way into the city.

The Kings Herb-woman, & her 6 Maids, with baskets of sweet herbs & flowers, strewing the way; the deans beadle of Westin; the high constable of Westminster; a fife; drums; the drum major.

Another way of carriage.

Way of catching fish by boards japanned with white varnish, which the fish mistaking by moonlight for water, leap on and are taken; Way of taking wild ducks by men going into the water with their heads in the shells of large gourds, with holes to see and breath through.

Houses at Benin, with their executions and way of riding.

Way of carriage and travelling in Kongo.

A chart of all the known islands off the coast of Zenjibar & Madagascar lying in the way to India.

Broad Way from the Bowling Green

The way the friends of liberty are treated in America.

The way they " catch men " in Pennsylvania.

The way a Virginian treated a New Englander.

Poor Richard's Way to wealth

A procession, in which palm branches are strewed in the way.

Central Park, arch way over footpath.

New Masonic Temple, Philadelphia. Grand stair way to Main Hall.

[Gate and carriage way, Suspension Bridge, Niagara Falls. Pedestrians crossing.]

Suspension Bridge Carriage Way. Perspective view.

Suspension Bridge, interior. [Group posing on the carriage way.]

Perspective view. Suspension Bridge Carriage Way.

Perspective view. Suspension Bridge Carriage Way.

The "Devil's Covered Way," Ausable Chasm, N.Y.

The "Devil's Covered Way," Ausable Chasm, N.Y.

[Gate and carriage way, Suspension Bridge, Niagara Falls. Pedestrian crossing.]

Gate and Carriage Way, Suspension Bridge.

Gate and Carriage Way, Suspension Bridge.

Gate and carriage way, Suspension Bridge, Niagara Falls.

The Door way of the Fort.

The Old City Gate Way, St. Augustine, Florida.(looking out.)

Half way around Cape Horn, Central Pacific Railroad.

Half way around Cape Horn, Central Pacific Railroad.

The Door way of the Fort.

[View of the road wending its way through the canyon.]

Stage-Coach on the way to the Mountains.

The Half Way House, Mount Washington, N.H.

The Half Way House and Ledge, Mt. Washington, N.H.

Gate Way to Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

City Military on B'way.

New Masonic Temple, Philadelphia. Grand stair way to Main Hall.

The Door way of the Fort, showing the old Spanish Coat of Arms over the door.

[View of the road wending its way through the canyon.]

The Half Way House, near view, Mt. Washington, N.H.

Perspective view. Suspension Bridge Carriage Way.

Half Way House, Carriage Road on to Mt. Washington.

Half Way House, Mt. Washington, N.H.

Half Way House, Carriage Road to Mt. Washington.

Stage-Coach on the way to the Mountains.

The Half Way House and Ledge, Mt. Washington, N.H.

Burro pack train, on the way to Leadville, Col.

Half Way House, Mt. Washington, N.H.

Biddle Stairs, on the way to the Cave of the Winds on line of N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R..

Perspective view. Suspension Bridge Carriage Way.

Suspension Bridge Carriage Way. Perspective view.

Biddle Stairs, on the way to the Cave of the Winds on line of N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R..

Steamer Thos. P. Way, New York.

On the way to the Cave of the Winds, Niagara, N.Y.

On the way to the Cave of the Winds, Niagara, N.Y.

Emigrants on their way to Salt Lake City resting by the way side.

The Door way of the Fort.

Door way. Fort Marion.

The American Fall from half way down the inclined plane.

Suspension Bridge, Carriage Way.

Half way House, Carriage Road to Mt. Washington.

Half Way House, Carriage Road on to Mt. Washington.

Spingler House & Church of Puritans. B'Way.

Spingler House & Church of Puritans. B'Way.

Burro pack train, on the way to Leadville, Col.

Half way House, Carriage Road to Mt. Washington.

The Half Way House, near view, Mt. Washington, N.H.

Ruins of Ticonderoga. The elm tree, said to stand where the covered way to the lake ran.

Ruins of Ticonderoga. The elm tree, said to stand where the covered way to the lake ran.

Gate and carriage way, Suspension Bridge, Niagara Falls.

[Gate and carriage way, Suspension Bridge, Niagara Falls. Pedestrians crossing.]

The Door way of the Fort, showing the old Spanish Coat of Arms over the door.

The Door way of the Fort.

Rocky way, that of Echo Canyon.

The Old City Gate Way (looking in.)

The Door way of the Fort.

The Old City Gate Way (looking in.)

The Door way of the Fort.

Gate and Carriage Way, Suspension Bridge.

Suspension Bridge, Carriage Way.

Perspective view. Suspension Bridge Carriage Way.

Carriage Way of the Suspension Bridge.

Suspension Bridge, Carriage Way.

Half way around Cape Horn, Central Pacific Railroad.

Rocky way, that of Echo Canyon.

Emigrants on their way to Salt Lake City resting by the way side.

Half Way House, Carriage Road to Mt. Washington.

Half Way House.

Half Way House.

Half Way House, Mt. Washington, N.H.

Gate Way to Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

Central Park, arch way over footpath.

City Military on B'way.

Steamer Thos. P. Way, New York.

The Half Way House, Mount Washington, N.H.

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