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A caution to old batchellors & c. or an emblem of marriage in high life, founded on a true story lately transacted near Bath

A map of the north west parts of America, with the utmost respect, inscrib'd to His Excellency, Sir Guy Carleton, Knight of the Bath: Captain General and Governor of the province of Quebec: General and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's forces in the said province, and frontiers thereof. &c. &c. &c.,

Lady Betty Besom, Bath / Matt[?] Darly fect. ag fort.

The Hon[ora]ble S[i]r Wm. Howe, Knight of the Bath and commander in chief of his magesty's forces in America / Corbutt, delin; se bend chez J.M. Will, à Augsbourg.

South-Carolina. By Sir Henry Clinton. Knight of the Bath, General of His Majesty's forces, and Mariot Arbuthnot, Esquire, Vice-admiral of the blue, his Majesty's commissioners to restore peace and good government in the several colonies in rebel

The Hon. Sir Willm. Howe Kt. of the Bath, commander in chief of all his majesty's forces in America

A bath of the moderns

The great South Sea caterpillar, transform'd into a Bath butterfly / Js.G. desn. et fect.

A modern belle going to the rooms at Bath

U.S. Reports: Gamberling v. McCall, 2 U.S. (2 Dall.) 280 (1797)

Map of 24 miles round the city of Bath /

Matty taking his second bath in Salt River

[Government building ("Custom House and Post Office"), Bath, Maine. Transverse section on line A-B]

[Government building ("Custom House and Post Office"), Bath, Maine. Cornice, moulding, P.O. box, door details]

[Government building ("Custom House and Post Office"), Bath, Maine. End elevation]

[Government building ("Custom House and Post Office"), Bath, Maine. Upper story plan]

[Government building ("Custom House and Post Office"), Bath, Maine. Front elevation]

[Government building ("Custom House and Post Office"), Bath, Maine. Entrance story plan]

[Government building ("Custom House and Post Office"), Bath, Maine. Cellar plan]

[Government building ("Custom House and Post Office"), Bath, Maine. Roof, floor, vault, sill, etc. details]

[Government building ("Custom House and Post Office"), Bath, Maine. Foundation plan]

[Government building ("Custom House and Post Office"), Bath, Maine. Stone and iron details]

A topographical map of Steuben Co., New York : from actual surveys /

Hot Sprints, [Bath Co., West Va.]

Map of Northampton Co., Pennsylvania : from actual surveys /

[Illustrated Civil War "Union Envelopes"]: Poor deluded Miss-Sori takes a Secession Bath

From Cold Mt. in Amherst across Rockbridge & Bath cos., Va. & part of Pocahontas Co., W. Va. /

Highly important to visitors to the Bath Alum, warm, hot and healing springs ... Joseph Baxter, Proprietor Bath Alum Springs, Va. June 28th, 1869.

Calistoga Napa County, Cal. Mansion house and swimming bath

Map of 360 acres of land, lying in Bath County, Va., the property of W. Ramsey, Esq'r.

The bath, Kanab Wash.

Bath houses near station, Aguas Calientes

Medea Bath House, Mt. Clemens

Aguas Calientes, bath houses at springs

Aguas Calientes, bath houses

Hotel Egnew and bath house, Mt. Clemens

Cleanliness is part of Godliness with the Turk No matter how black his sins no good Moslem would think of entering the mosque for prayer without having made his ablutions. Outside each place of worship is a trough where each washes his feet before entering the church for prayer. This foot bath is just outside the mosque on the island of Proti where close to a thousand Russian refugees are being cared for by the American Red Cross.

Agnas [sic] Calientes, bath house

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Bath, Northampton County, Pennsylvania

Maria Bath to T. J. Randolph IV, May 27, 1889

[Baths. New bath house, Bad Hartzburg and Burgberg, Hartz, Germany]

Bath Abbey cathedral, England

Bath house, Belle Isle Park, Detroit

Bath Abbey

[Bath of Liebenstein (i.e., Bad Liebenstein), Thuringia, Germany]

[The Abbey, from the bridge, Bath, England]

[Roman Baths and Abbey, II, Bath, England]

[Roman Baths and Abbey, Bath, England]

[High Street, Bath, England]

Soldiers' home, Bath, N.Y.

[Bath of Liebenstein (i.e., Bad Liebenstein), from the Reichshohe, Thuringia, Germany]

[Neuenahr Bath (i.e., Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler), the Rhine, Germany]

[Bath Grund (i.e., Bad Grund) with Iberg, Hartz, Germany]

Bath. Grand Pump Room

Bath house, Lake Orion, Mich.

[Bath Abbey cathedral, England]

[Neuenahr Bath (i.e., Bad Neuenahr), the Rhine, Germany]

[Women's bath, Cranz, Bad Koningsberg (i.e., Konigsberg), East Prussia, Germany]

[Roman Baths and Abbey, III, Bath, England]

[Roman Baths and Abbey, IV, Bath, England]

[From Beechen Cliff, Bath, England]

[Prior Park College with Palladi[a]n Bridge, Bath, England]

[Bath Grund (i.e. Bad Grund), Hartz, Germany]

[Roman Baths and Abbey, Circular Bath, Bath, England]

[Crown Lands, Neuenahr Bath (i.e., Bad Neuenahr), the Rhine, Germany]

[Matlock Bath, from Heights of Jacob, Derbyshire, England]

Schooner "George E. Walcott" launched Oct. 29, 1890, builder E. S. Crosby, Bath, Maine.

Roanoke launched Aug. 22, 1892, Arthur Seravall & Co., builder, Bath, Maine.

Schooner "Edwin R. Hunt" launched Sept. 21, 1892, builder G. G. Deering, Bath, Maine.

A morning bath /

The sponge bath

U.S.S. Yankee, morning bath

East of Jordan and the Dead Sea. Ruins of bath, Jerash / American Colony, Jerusalem.

East of Jordan and the Dead Sea. Ruins of bath, Jerash

Naiad's Bath

After the bath

Plunge Bath, Hot Springs, S.D.

Paris Bath Man

Public Bath, 23rd St.

Bowery: 10 cent Turkish Bath

[Room with medicine cabinet, basins, and massage or treatment table, probably the Ypsilanti mine bath house, Ypsilanti, Mich.]

After the bath

After the bath

Oriental Hotel and bath house, Manhattan Beach, N.Y.

[Room with medicine cabinet, basins, and massage or treatment table, probably the Ypsilanti mineral bath house, Ypsilanti, Michigan]

Bath house row, Hot Springs, Ark.

[The Bath house & viaduct, Hot Springs, Va.]

[Bath house, Walloon Lake, Mich.]

[Bath house, Los Banos, Calif.]

East of the Jordan and Dead Sea. Ruins of Roman bath [Jerash]

[News Tribune newsboys' plunge bath]

[Commercial block with mineral bath house at left, probably Ypsilanti, Michigan]

My lady's bath, "the last garment"

[Two men in corridor, probably the Ypsilanti mineral bath house, Ypsilanti, Michigan]

The Government free bath house, Hot Springs, Ark.

East of the Jordan and Dead Sea. Ruins of Roman bath [Jerash]

[Detroit, Mich., bath house, Belle Isle]

East of the Jordan and Dead Sea. Ruins of Roman bath [Jerash]

East of the Jordan and Dead Sea. Ruins of Roman bath [Jerash]

New bath house, Belle Isle [Park], Detroit, Mich.

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