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Title page, with no illus., in William Wood, Nevv Englands prospect, London, by T. Cotes for J. Bellamie, 1634

A prospect of Bridge Town in Barbados 1695 by Samuel Copen / I. Kip fecit London.

An explanation on the prospect draft of the Fort William and Mary on Piseatagua [sic] River in yr. province of New Hampshire on the continent of America

Accurater Grundris und Prospect der weltberuhmten Hollandischen Haupt und Handels-Stadt Amsterdam /

A prospect of the Moro [i.e. Morro] Castle and city of Havana from sea / drawn upon the spot by an officer ; P.C. Canot, sculp.

Prospect of Saratogha [i.e. Saratoga], 1757, taken from the saw mill 1. Hudsons River; 2. Road to Fort Miller; 3. Retrenchment; 4. Camp.

The south prospect of the city of New York in America

Plan of the city of New York ; An exact prospect of Charlestown : the metropolis of the province of South Carolina.

Vuë de la place capitale a Quebeck. Prospect des haupt plazes der untern Stadt zu Quebec Vuë de la place capitale dans la Ville basse a Quebec / / gravé par Francois Xav. Habermann.

Vuë de la basse ville a Quebeck. Prospect von der untern stadt in Quebec gegen St. Laurenz fluss Vuë de la basse ville a Quebec vers le fleuve St. Laurent / / gravé par Francois Xav. Habermann.

Prospect Hill. Bunker’s Hill. I. Seven dollars a month. - - I. Three pence a day. II. Fresh provisions, and in plenty. - - II. Rotten salt pork. III. Health. - - - - III. The scurvy. IV. Freedom, ease, affluence and a good farm. IV. Slavery, beg

Prospect von Quebec

The royal hunt, or a prospect of the year 1782 / South Briton fecit ; North Briton invt.

--Affairs. The sweet prospect behind us, or The outs in office

A View from the Schuykill, with a S.W. Prospect of Bush Hill, one of the seats of William Hamilton, esq.

The sour prospect before us, or The ins throwing up State --.

A view on the Schuylkill, with a SW prospect of Bush-Hill, one of the seats of William Hamilton, Esq.

S.E. prospect from an eminence near the common, Boston / del. & engrav'd by S. Hill.

S.E. Prospect, from an eminence near the common, Boston / del. & engraved, by S. Hill.

A prospect of the Moro Castle taken within the entrance of the harbour / drawn upon the spot by an officer ; P.C. Canot, sculp.

... Furniture at auction! on Wednesday next, May 25 at 10 o'clock, A. M., All the furniture contained in the boarding house, No. 12 Prospect St., ... Boston, May 24, 1859. Boston. J. E. Farwell& Co's Steam presses, No. 2. Spring Lane.

A contrast ... The end of the rebellion ... General Butler on loyalty ... The friend of the rebels ... The prospect of emancipation by the slaveholders. [1863].

Prospect Hill, Virginia. Camp of the 13th New York Cavalry

Prospect Hill, Virginia. Distant view of the camp of the 13th New York Cavalry

Prospect Hill, Virginia. Camp of the 13th Regiment New York Cavalry. ("Seymour Light")

Prospect Hill, Virginia. Officers of 13th New York Cavalry

Camp of 13th N.Y. Cavalry, Prospect Hill, Va

Prospect Hill, Virginia. Officers of 13th New York Cavalry (Seymour Light)

Prospect Hill, Virginia. Gen. Henry S. Gansevoort and staff

Prospect Hill, Virginia. Signal station at camp of 13th New York Cavalry

Prospect Hill, Virginia. Gen. Henry S. Gansevoort & staff

Gen. Henry S. Gansevoort and staff, Prospect Hill, Va. (near Wash., D.C.)

Prospect Hill, Virginia. 13th New York Cavalry on inspection

Prospect Hill, Virginia. Gen. Henry S. Gansevoort & staff

Prospect Hill, Virginia. Headquarters of 13th New York Cavalry

Won by a neck: Lady Thorn Goldsmith Maid and American Girl, in the first heat of their great trotting contest on the Prospect Park fair grounds August 28th 1869

The brush on the homestretch: Between American girl, Lucy, Bashaw Jr., Goldsmith Maid, Rhode Island and George Wilkes. In the last heat of their great trot on the prospect park fair grounds May 29th 1869

Drinking fountain, Prospect Park

Celebrated trotting horse Henry, driven by John Murphy: As he appeared at Prospect Park, L.I. June 27th 1872, in his trot with Goldsmith Maid and Lucy

The celebrated trotting mare Huntress beating Dutchman's 3 mile time: 1872-Sept. 23rd Prospect Fair grounds L.I. purse $1,250 dash three miles, with $1000 added, to the horse beating Dutchmans time 7:32 1/2 $700 to first, $350 to second, $200 to third

Celebrated trotting horse Henry, driven by John Murphy: As he appeared at Prospect Park, L.I. June 27th 1872, in his trot with Goldsmith Maid and Lucy

View of Prospect Park fair grounds, at Gravesend, L.I.

Panoramic view of Bear Mountaina and the Lehigh Valley from Prospect Rock at Mauch Chunk, Pa.

[Winter, Prospect Park, Niagara Falls]

Prospect Park, Niagara, in winter

Niagara Falls from Prospect Point

Niagara Falls from Prospect Point

American Falls from Prospect Point

Snow studies, Prospect Park, Niagara

Here is Robertson, the son of a wealthy merchant, with splendid prospect ...

Plat of the tracts of land comprising the tract known as "Kalorama" : part of original tracts of land called "Widow's Mite" and "Pretty Prospect" situated in the District of Columbia : showing what part of "Kalorama" the tunnel for the extension of Washington Aqueduct passes through /

Prospect House, Blue Mountain Lake, Adirondacks

[Shelter Island, N.Y., Prospect Point Hotel]

Prospect Park

[Niagara Falls from Prospect Point, N.Y.]

[Prospect Hotel, Harrogate, England]

Prospect Point, Niagara

Prospect Point, Niagara

[From Prospect Hill, Malvern, England]

Looking s.w. from Prospect Farm, Jackson, White Mountains

Prospect Park

Moat Mountain and Intervale from prospect ledge, Kiarsarge [i.e. Mount Kearsarge], White Mountains

Niagara Falls from Prospect Point

[Kaaterskill Falls from Prospect Rock, Catskill Mts., N.Y.]

Seventy-one years, or, My life with photography. Ocean at Coney Island, Dec. 13, 1896; Grazing sheep, Prospect Park, Oct. 3, 1987

Nevsky Prospect, the principal street of St. Petersburg, Russia, (looking east)

Early years, snapshots, 1896-1898. Prospect Park

After the golden prospect / From J.R. Peden, & Co., photographers, Maryville, Tenn.

Seventy-one years, or, My life with photography. Sheepfold, Prospect Park, Apr. 10, 1898; Cashmere Vale, June 5, 1898

Early years, snapshots, 1896-1898. In Prospect Park

Niagara, the Falls from Prospect Point

[Sheep in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N.Y.]

[Sheep in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N.Y.]

Niagara Falls from Prospect Point, N.Y.

[Lake George and Prospect Mountain, Lake George, N.Y.]

Prospect House, Lake Bomoseen, Vt.

Troitsky Prospect, Archangel

[Delaware Water Gap from Prospect Rock, Delaware Water Gap, Pa.]

Prospect Point, Niagara Falls

[Sheep in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N.Y.]

[Niagara Falls, N.Y., from Prospect Point]

Niagara, Prospect Park

Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N.Y.

[Cottages along water front, Prospect Point, Shelter Island, N.Y.]

[Sail boat landing, Prospect Point, Shelter Island, N.Y.]

Niagara Falls from Prospect Point

[Shelter Island Yacht Club, Prospect Point, Shelter Island, N.Y.]

[Cottages along bay front, Prospect Point, Shelter Island, N.Y.]

Mt. Washington from Prospect Farm, White Mountains

[Up the Delaware from Prospect Rock, Delaware Water Gap, Pa.]

Prospect Park, Brooklyn, the bridge

Entrance to Prospect Park, Brooklyn

[Mount Prospect from Intervale, New Hampshire]

[South Hadley, Mass., Mt. Holyoke College from Prospect Hill]

The Nevski Prospect, the main thoroughfare of St. Petersburg, Russia

Admiring tourists viewing the Falls, from Prospect Point, Niagara, U.S.A.

[Entrance, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N.Y.]

Prospect Point, Niagara

A prospect of over-education / J.S. Pughe.

The brink of American Falls from Prospect Point, Niagara Falls

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