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[Procession of domestics serving the cardinals]

Grand exhibition. To the public. When we published our proposals for a triumphal procession, we meant to refresh your memories with what we conceived ought to be exhibited on the termination of a succesful war, which produced one of the greatest

Order of Procession in honor of the Constitution of the United States. New York, N.Y., July 23, 1788

Order of procession, in honor of the establishment of the constitution of the United States. To parade precisely at eight o'clock in the morning, of Friday, the 4th of July, 1788, proceeding along Third-street; down Fourth-street to Market-stree

Philadelphia, 22 April - The following was the order of procession yesterday at the funeral of our late and illustrious citizen, Dr. [Benjamin] Franklin...

Derniere procession constitutionelle pour l'Enterrement du serment civique qui se fera le 1792

The Procession

Order of procession for the funeral of the late Governor Sumner. Procession from Roxbury ... [s. l., June 12, 1799].

[Two men carrying banners and two boys, one blowing into a shell, the other carrying a shell on a staff, in a procession]

From the Office of the Daily Advertiser The following interesting description of the late funeral procession is from the Committee of arrangements. New-York, January 4. [Funeral of George Washington].

From the office of the Daily advertiser The following interesting description of the late funeral procession is from the Committee of arrangements. New York. January 3. [Funeral of George Washington].

Arrangement for the funeral procession [of Fisher Ames, Boston, July 6, 1808].

Celebration of the ratification of the treaty of peace between the United States of America and the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland, at Cambridbe, Feb. 23, 1815. Order of procession ... Order of exercise ... [Cambridge 1815].

The funeral procession of the rump / G. Cruikshank invt. et fect.

Coronation procession of his majesty George the Fourth, 19th July, 1821 / drawn & etched by W. Heath.

Ode for the canal celebration, written at the request of the printers of New-York. By Mr. Samuel Woodworth, Printer ... The foregoing ode was printed on a moveable stage, on the 4th day of November, 1825 during the procession in honour of the co

Funeral honors. Washington, Miss. Aug. 12, 1826. In carrying into effect the views of the Committee of arrangement, the Grand Marshall directs th t the following order be observed, in the procession intended on to-morrow, the 13th instant, in ho

Triumphal procession of the eagle and other birds, at the April election 1837

Behold! The President of the United States is expected in the 11 o'clock train of cars to-day. The Procession of Democratic citizens will meet in front of the President's Square at 8 o'clock this morning, preparatory to moving towards the railro

Order of procession of the Harrison convention at Carlinville, July 25th, 1840. [Carlinville? Ill.].

Bunker Hill convention. All persons who propose to join the Harrison procession from Medford, to attend the Whig Convention at Bunker Hill, on the 10th of September, are requested to call at the Harrison Reading Room, in High Street, in the cour

[View of village with religious procession]

Order of inaguration procession. Washington, D. C. 1841.].

Funeral honors to the late President. Final and corrected arrangements for the procession on Tuesday, April 20th ... [Philadelphia, 1841].

Programme of the procession at the celebration of the completion of Bunker Hill monument. June 17, 1843.

The Moon ---- Extra. Reported by "Flying Mercury." The Democratic jubilee and procession. [Washington, November 27, 1844].

Anti annexation procession

Order of the procession for the funeral of the Hon. John Quincy Adams, a representative in the Congress of the United States from the state of Massachusetts, and ex-president of the United States ... February 24, 1848.

[Details from the Circensian games, Ancient Rome: fig. 1 procession on horseback around the spina; fig. 2 racing on hrosebck; fig. 3 chariot races; fig. 4 groudn plan of the Circus Neronis]

[Union case for daguerreotype, ambrotype, or tintype depicting a wedding procession]

Monster Democratic Torch-Light Procession Passing Through Union Square, N.Y.C.

The inauguration procession in honor of President Buchanan passing through [...]

Grand Celebration of the Cincinnati Steam Fire Dept. in honor of the opening of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad. "A Steamer" of the fire dept. of Cincinnati turning out to a fire; Procession of the steam fire-engines of the Cincinnati Fire Dept., on the occasion of the Opening of the ... Railroad

Entry of the toreros in procession / Lake Price, Seville.

The sheomakers' strike in Lynn, Mass. - procession, in the midst of a snow storm, of eight hundred women operatives joining the strike..., preceded by the Lynn City Guards with music, and followed by four thousand workmen

[Funeral procession in which numerous bearers carry a coffin decorated with dragons, possibly the emperor's, on long poles]

Grand procession of Wide-Awakes at New York on the evening of October 3, 1860. Republican Wide Awakes in N.Y. - Lincoln-Hamlin Campaign [Printing-House Square (Park Row and Nassau St.)]

Presidential electioneering in New York--a street scene ; Presidential electioneering in New York--torchlight procession of the M'Clellan party

Programme of procession to escort the remains of President Lincoln from the court house to the funeral train for Springfield ... R. M. Hough, Chief Marshal. [Chicago? Ill., 1865].

[Military on Broadway during Abraham Lincoln's funeral procession, New York City, N.Y.]

Obsequies of President Lincoln. Order of funeral procession. The committee on order of procession, have adopted the following order of funeral procession. [n. p. 1865].

Order of procession. Funeral escort in column of march.

The marriage of Princess Mary of Cambridge and Prince Teck - the procession from the church

The Riot in New Orleans - the Freedmen's procession marching to the institute - the struggle for the flag The riot in New Orleans - siege and assault of the convention by the police and citizens / / sketched by Theodore R. Davis.

Mardi Gras celebration in New Orleans, Tuesday, March 6 - Procession of the "Mistick Krewe of Comus" [Epicurean floats]

Boston Highlands, October 26, 1868. The residents of Winthrop, Moreland, Perrin, Waverly, and Warren Streets are hereby notified of the following extension and slight change in the route of the grand torchlight procession of this evening .... Ch

The schutzenfest - the procession passing through Union Square

The Farragut obsequies--the funeral procession passing up Broadway / sketched by Theo. R. Davis.

Reception of the Grand Duke Alexis [New York City] - Procession passing the grand stand

New York City - great eight-hour labor demonstration - the procession of workingmen as it appeared on passing the Cooper Institute

Washington D.C. - The inauguration - The procession from the Senate chamber passing through the rotunda to the east steps of the Capitol [March 4, 1873]

Illinois--Grand popular reception to General Grant at Chicago--The ex-president reviewing the great procession from the Palmer House / from sketches by A. Berghaus.

[The Selamlık (Sultan's procession to the mosque) at the Şazli Dervish Lodge on Friday] / Abdullah Frères.

General Grant reviewing his old comrades in arms in the great procession / Bghs.

[The Selamlık (Sultan's procession to the mosque) at the Hamidiye Camii (mosque) on Friday] / Abdullah Frères.

[The Selamlık (Sultan's procession to the mosque) at the Şazli Dervish Lodge on Friday] / Abdullah Frères.

[The Selamlik (Sultan's procession to the mosque) at the Hamidiye Camii (mosque) on Friday] / Abdullah Frères.

[The Selamlık (Sultan's procession to the mosque) at the Hamidiye Camii (mosque) on Friday] / Abdullah Frères.

The procession : the athletes

[The Selamlık (Sultan's procession to the mosque) at the Hamidiye Camii (mosque) on Friday] / Abdullah Frères.

New York City - grand demonstration of workingmen, September 5th - the procession passing the reviewing stand at Union Square [Bird's-eye view]

Celebration of the evacuation of the City of New-York by the British. Order of procession ... New York 1883.

An artist's rambles in Washington: the artist's arrival at the Capital [and] Washington ladies marketing: [small African American boys fighting to carry man's luggage and woman's market basket]; Open-air restaurant at centre market [African Americans at tables under large umbrellas, in rain]; The head of a military procession [small African American boys walking in front o fmilitary parade]; Reception of Mexican war veterans [carrying flags] by the President [Grover Cleveland]

New York City - the grand demonstration on "Liberty Day," October 28th - the military and civic procession passing down lower Broadway, with the naval pageant in the distance [Bird's-eye view]

The banner in the grand procession

The Humors of the presidential campaign in New York City. A political procession passing down Wall Street--an avalanche of telegraphic tape

Jumbo was always placed at the head of the procession

The Political excitement in New York City - A "Rush" during the passage of a procession on Broadway [Harrison and Cleveland supporters in confrontation with raised canes over the issues of "Free Trade" and "Tariff"]

[Women walking in a procession, pulling a wheelchair]

[Women walking in a procession, pulling a wheelchair]

Funeral procession, Korea

[Procession in front of St. Mark's, Venice, Italy]

[Procession over the Grand Canal, Venice, Italy]

Madura - street procession with men on elephants

That eager procession of place-hunters

Lourdes, procession, I /

Lourdes, procession, III /

The President's carriage heading the procession, Grand Army Reunion, Buffalo, N.Y., U.S.A., Aug. 25, 1897

Lourdes, procession, II /

State visit to Jerusalem of Wilhelm II of Germany in 1898. Emperor in street procession.

Arab religious procession

Christmas in Bethlehem, religious procession

[Procession at Séville and bullfighting scenes] /

Costumes, characters and ceremonies, etc. Neby Mousa [i.e., Nebi Musa] procession

Christmas in Bethlehem, religious procession

State visit to Jerusalem of Wilhelm II of Germany in 1898. Arab lancers in street procession.

Christmas in Bethlehem, religious procession

[State visit to Jerusalem of Wilhelm II of Germany in 1898. General view of street procession]

Turkish procession

Turkish procession

State visit to Jerusalem of Wilhelm II of Germany in 1898. Street procession.

Jew. [i.e., Jewish] procession to Absalom's Pillar

Christmas in Bethlehem, religious procession

Neby [i.e., Nebi] Musa procession II

Neby [i.e., Nebi] Musa procession

Arab religious procession

State visit to Jerusalem of Wilhelm II of Germany in 1898. General view of street procession

Christmas in Bethlehem, religious procession

Christmas in Bethlehem, religious procession

Christmas in Bethlehem, religious procession

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