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Medallion with St. Christopher (?)

Christopher from BL Royal 20 D VI, f. 58

Manuscript Leaf with Saint Christopher Bearing Christ

Diptych with the Adoration of the Magi (left); Saint Christopher, Vera Icon (True Image) of Christ Held up by an Angel, and Bishop-Saint (right)

St. Christopher

Christopher from BL Royal 2 A XVIII, f. 11v

Pendant with St. Christopher Carrying the Christ Child

St. Christopher

St. Christopher (Schr. 2839m)

Christopher from BL Royal 2 A XVIII, f. 25

Mount, St. Christopher and Christ Child

Predella pane with Saint Bridget, Saint Christopher, and Saint Kilian from Retable

St. Christopher

Christopher from BL Eg 1070, f. 96v

St. Christopher carries the Christ-child, a hermit guiding him with a lamp

St. Christopher carrying the Christ-child, a hermit guiding him with a lamp

St. Christopher carries the Christ-child, a hermit guiding him with a lamp

St. Christopher carries the Christ-child, a hermit guiding him with a lamp

St. Christopher carries the Christ-child, a hermit guiding him with a candle

Saints Anthony, Sebastian and Christopher

Saint Christopher and the Infant Christ

St. Christopher carries the Christ-child

The Crucifixion and St. Christopher

Saint Christopher and Saint John the Baptist (Sch.1379m)

Portrait of praying owners, with coat of arms displayed on the altar cloth; image of the giant St. Christopher carrying the Christ Child across the river.

St. Christopher carries the Christ-child, a hermit guiding him with a lamp

Saint Christopher

St. Christopher

Saint Christopher

St. Christopher

Landscape with Saint Christopher and Male Monastic Saint (recto); Victory Crowning a Warrior, and Two Other Figures (verso).

Christopher from BL Harley 2953, f. 211

Saint Christopher

St. Christopher

Saint Christopher

Saint Christopher

Saint Christopher Carrying Christ

Saint Christopher

Saint Christopher

Saint Christopher

St. Christopher Bearing the Christchild

Saint Christopher Carrying the Infant Christ

[St. Christopher with infant Christ]

Portrait of a Man, Said to be Christopher Columbus (born about 1446, died 1506)

Christopher

Saint Christopher Facing Left

Saint Christopher facing left AD monogram

Saint Christopher Facing Right

Saint Christopher Facing Left

Saint Christopher Facing Right

[St. Christopher, facing right] / AD [monogram].

Saint Christopher Facing Left

Roundel with Saint Christopher

Design for an Elaborate Fountain Surmounted by a Statue of St. Christopher; verso: Studies of Architectural Details

Christopher Columbus

St. Christopher's Church, the Bank of England & St. Bartholomew's Church, Threadneedle Street

St. Christopher

Portrait of Cardinal Christopher Clavius

[Title page and page opposite inscribed by John Evelyn to Sir Christopher Wren, of John Evelyn's Acetaria, a Discourse of Sallets. 1699]

Frame for a Painting of Saint Christopher

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

A new & accurate map of Bermudas or Sommer's Islands, taken from an actual survey; wherein the errors of former charts are corrected. An accurate map of the island of St. Christopher, vulgarly called St. Kits, containing all the towns, parishes, forts &c.

A new & accurate map of Bermudas or Sommer's Islands, taken from an actual survey; wherein the errors of former charts are corrected. An accurate map of the island of St. Christopher, vulgarly called S. Kits, containing all the towns, parishes, forts &c.

A new and exact map of the island of St. Christopher in America, according to an actual and accurate survey made in the year 1753. Describing the several parishes, with their respective limits, contents, & churches; also the high ways, the situation of every gentleman's plantation, mills, and houses; with the rivers, and gutts. Likewise the bays, roads, rocks, shoals and soundings that surround the whole.

St. Christopher

North West View of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, London. This Beautiful Fabrick was begun in 1675, Finished in 1715, being 40 years, and Cost £1,500,000--Sir Christopher Wren Architect.

Letter to the Hon. Judge [Joseph Christopher] Yates [Schenectady?]

Letter to [Benjamin or Christopher Ellery, Newport, R. I.?]

Greene, Christopher and 33 others. Seminary Quebec. To Guy Carleton

One hundred and twenty dollars reward Major Christopher French, Ens. Joseph Moland, and the infamous Gurdon Whitmore, broke gaol and escaped this evening .... Barz. Hudson, Gaoler. December 27th, 1776. [s. l.]

To the impartial public. My dear friends. Guard yourself against impostors, Sentinel and Watchman are fictitious names, he who is ashamed of his right name may deceive you. Christopher Duyckinck. Preserve the right of election to yourselves, or

Greene, Christopher and 33 others. Seminary Quebec. To Guy Carleton

Letter to Christopher Leffingwell

Letter to Christopher G[rant] Champlin [Philadelphia]

Providence, October 25, 1781. Three o'clock P.M. This moment an express arrived at his honor the deputy-governor's from Col. Christopher Olney, Commandant on Rhode-Island, announcing the important intelligence of the surrender of Lord Cornwallis

Revd. John Christopher Kunze, D.D.