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Die Heu Schuppen oder Winter Füterung vor das Roth Wildpreth.

Mandarins or place-men; Those of war - Tartar, Chinese; Those in the government - winter habits, summer habits.

Habit of an English lady in winter, 1641. Dame Angloise en habit d'hyver.

Habit of a Moor of Morocco in winter in 1695. Habit d'hiver d'un Maure de Moroc.

Winter habit of a Chinese Mandarin in 1700.

Winter habit of a Kamtchadal in 1768. Kamtchadal dans son habit d'hiver.

Habit of Perdita in the comedy of the Winter's Tale. Perdita dans la comédie intitulée The Winter's Tale.

Winter. L'Hyver.

Habit of a Moor of Morocco in winter in 1695. Habit d'hiver d'un Maure de Moroc.

Plan of New York City of New-York and its environs to Greenwich . . .Town. Survey'd in the winter, 1775

Vicia sativa, vulgaris semine nigro = Veccia comune = Vesse. [common vetch; winter tares; spring vetch]

A plan of the city of New-York & its environs : to Greenwich, on the North or Hudsons River, and to Crown Point, on the East or Sound River, shewing the several streets, publick buildings, docks, fort & battery, with the true form & course of the commanding grounds, with and without the town : survey'd in the winter, 1775 [i.e. 1766]

A plan of the city of New-York & its environs : to Greenwich, on the North or Hudsons River, and to Crown Point, on the East or Sound River, shewing the several streets, publick buildings, docks, fort & battery, with the true form & course of the commanding grounds, with and without the town : survey'd in the winter, 1775 [i.e. 1766]

Washington at Valley Forge, winter of 1777-78

Een Officier der Artillerie ten tijde van den Generaal Majoor en chef der Artillerie Johan Frederik Martfeldt. 1780; Constapels of Canonniers (zwarte slobkousen = winter-; witte = zomerdracht). 1780

Hamamatsu, Fuyugare no zu

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

Semipalmated Sandpiper. 1. Summer plumage. 2. Winter.

Red-breasted Snipe. 1. Spring Plumage. 2. Winter.

Rock Ptarmigan. 1. Male in Winter plumage. 2. Female, Summer plumage. 3. Young in August.

Winter Wren. 1. Male. 2. Female. 3. Young.

American Golden Plover. 1. Summer plumage, 2. Winter, 3. Variety in March.

White-tailed Ptarmigan. Adult in Winter plumage.

Red-backed Sandpiper. 1. Summer plumage. 2 Winter.

Lapland Lark Bunting. 1. Male, Spring plumage. 2. D-o Winter. 3. Female.

White-winged Silvery Gull. 1.Male in Summer. 2. Young in Winter.

Great North Diver. -- Loon. 1. Adult. 2. Young in Winter.

Turnstone. 1. Summer plumage, 2. Winter.

Red-necked Grebe. 1. Adult Male Spring Plumage. 2. Young Winter Plumage.

Red-throated Diver. 1. Male Summer Plumage. 2. do Winter. 3. Female. 4. Young.

Purple Sandpiper. 1.Summer. 2. Winter.

Horned Grebe. 1. Adult Male. 2. Female in Winter.

Long-tailed Duck. 1. Male, Summer Plumage. 2. Male in Winter. 3. Female and Young.

Adult Phalarope. 1. Adult. Male. 2. Winter plumage.

American Avoset. Young in first Winter Plumage. Adult in the Distance.

Semipalmated Snipe, Willet or Stone Curlew. 1. Male Spring plumage. 2. Female in Winter.

Black Guillemot. 1. Adult. - Summer Plumage. 2. Adult in Winter. 3.Young.

Red-breasted Sandpiper. 1.Summer plumage. 2. Winter.

Violet-green Cormorant. Female in Winter.

Sanderling Sandpiper. 1. Winter plumage. 2. Summer.

Brown Pelican. Young - first Winter

Shore Lark. 1. Male, Summer plumage. 2. D-o Winter. 3. Female. 4. Young & Nest.

Crested Grebe. 1. Adult Male in Spring. 2. Young (first Winter).

Winter. Impeded travellers in a pine forest. Upper Canada.

283. The Great Black-backed Gull (Larus marinus). 284. The Winter Gull (Larus argentatus).

285. The Common American Gull (Larus zonorhyncus). 286. The Winter Gull, var. (Larus argentatus).

1. Skull of the Fisher (Mustela canadensis). 2. The New York Ermine, winter dress, (Putorius noveboracensis).

269. The American Gannet, young (Sula americana). 270. The Winter Gull (Larus argentatus).

95. The Golden-crested Kinglet (Regulus satrapa). 96. The Winter Wren (Troglodytes hyemalis). 97. The House Wren (Troglodytes ædon).

[Paysage : hiver.]

Paysage. Hiver.

[Paysage : hiver.]

Paysage. Hiver.

Paysage, hiver.

Paysage, hiver.

Paysage, hiver.

Afghaun foot soldiers in their winter dress

Paysage, hiver : lisière de forêt.

Paysage, hiver : lisière de forêt.

Paysage, hiver : lisière de forêt.

State house.

Hiver (ou Le loup dans la neige).

Hiver (ou Le loup dans la neige).

Hiver (ou Le loup dans la neige).

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

Horse Shoe Falls from Goat Island.

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

Grove scenery - winter.

Horseshoe Falls, Terrapin Tower from ferryboat landing, G. I. no.22.

American Falls from Luna Island.

General view from point view, American side.

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

Luna Island scenery.

American Fall from Luna Island.

Bridge to Goat Island.

Terrapin Tower - Niagara. Winter.

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

A Plan of the City of New-York & its Environs to Greenwich, on the North or Hudsons River, and to Crown Point, on the East or Sound River, Shewing the Several Streets, Publick Buildings, Docks, Fort & Battery with the true Form & Course of the Commanding Grounds, with and without the Town. Surveyed in the Winter, 1775.

New York. Winter Scene in Broadway.

Winter at Horse-shoe Bend, on the Penna. R. R.

The Terrace. "Winter." Die at foot of steps.

Winter.

Ice Cavern, White Mountains, New Hampshire, U.S.

Rapids and Goat Island.

Hermit's Cave, Goat Island.

Indian ice tree and American Falls, Niagara Falls.

Winter view at Niagara.

Winter sporting on the ice mountain, Niagara Falls, U.S.A.

Below Table Rock, winter.

Champion Spring in Winter.

[Below Goat Island, winter.]

The vines on Goat Island in winter, Niagara Falls, N.Y.

Horseshoe Falls from Goat Island, winter.

Below Table Rock, winter.

Niagara Falls, from Point View.

Icicles under Table Rock, Clifton House in distance.

In front of Cave of the Winds, winter, Niagara on line of N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R..

[Scene of sun breaing through clouds.]

Cataract House from Goat Island Bridge.

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