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View of the west bank of the Hudson's River 3 miles above Still Water, upon which the army under the command of Lt. General Burgoyne took post on the 20th Sept. 1777 (shewing General Fraser's funeral)

View of the west bank of the Hudson's River 3 miles above Still Water, upon which the army under the command of General Burgoyne took post on the 20th Sepr. 1777

Troy. Taken from the west bank of the Hudson, in front of the United States Arsenal

Troy. Taken from the west bank of the Hudson, in front of the United States Arsenal.

Pantheon. 1. [The goddess of] the Lower country; 2. The West Bank; 3. Xemi, Egypt?

Nablous, ancient Shechem

Jericho

Jacob's well at Shechem

Wilderness of Engedi, near the Convent of St. Saba

Chapel of St. Saba

Encampment of the pilgrims at Jericho

Convent of St. Saba

Hebron

Entrance to Nablous

The tomb of Joseph at Shechem

Bethany

Genesee Lower Falls, from below West Bank.

West bank, Green River.

West bank, Green River.

West Bank of Yellowstone Lower Falls.

Genesee Lower Falls, from below West Bank.

West bank, Green River.

Genesee Lower Falls, from below West Bank.

Providence, R.I. view from the west bank of the river.

West Bank of Yellowstone Lower Falls.

West bank, Green River.

West bank, Green River.

West Bank of Yellowstone Lower Falls.

West bank, Green River.

Hebron with mosque covering the cave of Macpelah

Hebron with mosque covering the Cave of Macpelah

Taughannock Ravine, from the west bank above the fall, near Ithaca, N.Y.

Taughannock Ravine, from the west bank above the fall, near Ithaca, N.Y.

View from top of Taughannock Fall, showing a portion of the great West Bank.

Taughannock Ravine, from the west bank above the fall, near Ithaca, N.Y.

View from top of Taughannock Fall, showing a portion of the great West Bank.

View from top of Taughannock Fall, showing a portion of the great West Bank.

Parry House, Highland Falls, N.Y. on the West Bank of the Hudson River, 1 1/2 miles from West Point & 48 miles from New York City. ; Residence of W. H. Keetch, La Grange Farm, Hamptonburgh, Orange Co., N.Y.

West bank.

West bank.

West bank.

Abraham Oaks, Hebron, pt. 7, p. 193

View from the ruins of the mediæval fortress at Latrôn; Valley of Ajalon from the west.

Wâdy et Tuffâh, commonly called the vale of Eschol. The peasants grouped in the foreground are under the southern branches of Abraham's oak. In the distance the minaret of the great mosque of Sheikh 'Ali Bakka, Hebron, may be distinguished.

Ruins on the summit of Mount Gerizim, on the site of the Samaritan temple. In the distance, on the right, the snow-covered peaks of Mount Hermon are visible

Herodium, or Frank Mountain, from Bethlehem

The approach to Nâblus, the ancient Shechem. Through the olive groves on the eastern side of the city; the gate is shown beneath the minaret

Mount Ebal, from the Gardens S.W.S. of Nâblus, showing the square tower of the Mosque el Khadra, and part of an aqueduct on the slope of Gerizim

Hebron.

Teku'a, the site of Tekoa. Showing the remains of a Byzantine church, and its massive baptismal font of octagonal form.

The hill of Samaria. The road by which it is approached from the south passes through an olive-grove and under a ruined aqueduct

Er Riha, the modern Jericho, on the site of the "New Jericho" of the Crusaders

Abraham's Oak, Hebron. An ilex or evergreen holm oak (quercus pseudo-cocccifera). One of the lower branches was broken down by a heavy fall of snow in the winter of 1850. It was cut up into logs and conveyed to Jerusalem. There were seven camel loads; one log was sent to England.

Pools of Solomon. Now called El Burâk - the tanks. The castle above them is occupied by a few soldiers for protection against the Bedouins

Valley of Berachah. Jehosaphat's 'valley of blessing.' A wide open vale between Tekoa and the road from Hebron to Bethlehem. In the foreground there is a lime-kiln, and on the distant hill a ruined site, two thousand eight hundred and fifeen feet above the sea, called Khurbet Bereikuh.

Entrance to the Great Mosque (Jamia el Kebîr), Nâblus. At the east end of the city; it was originally a church dedicated to St. John

Râmat el Khulîl, the sight of Mamre. The camping place of Abraham. It is a little way to the right of the old Roman road to Jerusalem, and is also known as Beit Khulîl, "the house of Abraham."

Ruined wely, Hebron. On the rocky heights south of the city. Beyond the cemetary and the olive groves the Hâret esh Sheikh, the northern quarter of Hebron, appears.

The pools of Hebron. The chief pool is one hundred and thirty-two feet square, and twenty-one feet deep. There are stone steps leading to the bottom at each corner. The other pool is eight-four feet in length and fifty-four feet in width. The enclosed building in the distance, on the slope of the hill to the left, is the Quarantine station.

The plain of Dothan, from an isolated hill called Tell Dôthân, on the south side of the plain

West Bank and Flour Mills below High Falls.

West Bank and Flour Mills below High Falls.

West Bank and Flour Mills below High Falls.

Vue générale de Jéricho prise de la plaine.

Jericho quack doctor

The Palisade rocks on the Hudson River, west bank, New York.

Abraham's Oak at Hebron, Palestine

West Bank of Yellowstone Lower Falls.

West bank, Green River.

Genesee Lower Falls, from below West Bank.

West bank, Green River.

Taughannock Ravine, from the west bank above the fall, near Ithaca, N.Y.

View from top of Taughannock Fall, showing a portion of the great West Bank.

West bank.

West Bank and Flour Mills below High Falls.

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