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An Account of His Excellence Roger Earl of Castlemaine's Embassy, from . . . James the IId . . . . to His Holiness Innocent XI

Discours prononcé le 4 Juillet, jour de l'anniversaries de l'indépendance, dans l'Eglise catholique par le Reverend Pere Seraphin Bandot, recollet, aumonier de son excellence Mr. Gerard, ministre plénipontentiaire de France auprés des Etats Unis

Plan of the siege of Charles Town in South Carolina under command of His Excellence Sir Henry Clinton and under direction of ... Collonel Mount-Crieff as chief ingener, this town was surrendered with capitulation the 12. May 1780 after 6 weeks and 3 days siege.

portrait from "The Empire of Philanthropy; with a portraiture of British excellence; ... a dramatic poem: with notes"

Thomason. Savannah. Son Excellence le Duc de Tarente

Thomason. Savannah. Son Excellence le Duc de Tarente

Plan de la Bataille de Sagonte : gagnée le 25 Octobre 1811, par l'Armée Francaise d'Aragon Aux Odres de Son Excellence Le Maréchal Suchet Duc d'Albufera

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Les livres sacrés de l'Orient, comprenant: le Chou-king ou le Livre par excellence: les Sse-chou ou les Quatre livres moraux de Confucius et de ses disciples: les Lois de Manou...: le Koran de Manomet: traduits ou Revus et publiés par G. Pauthier

Entrée publique de son excellence M. le Comte de Kaunitz-Rittberg ... faite à Paris le 17. Septembre 1752, ...

[Diploma Awarded By The American Institute To J. & R. Lamb, Having received a SILVER Medal in 1873. For Church Furniture. This Diploma of Continued Excellence. Is awarded to them at the Exhibition of 1874. [signed] New York Nov. 21, 1874]

[Diploma Awarded By The American Institute to J. & R. Lamb For the Best Church Furniture. Having Received a Silver Medal in 1875. This Diploma of Continued Excellence is Awarded to them at the Exhibition of 1876. [signed] New York Nov. 1876]

DINER OFFERT A SON EXCELLENCE LE MINISTRE DU PORTUGAL, MR. THOMAZ DE SOUZA ROSA [held by] LE COMMISSAIRE ROYAL ET LES MEMBRS DE LA COMMISSION EXECUTIVE DU PORTUGAL A L EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE DE 1900 [at] "RITZ HOTEL, PARIS, FRANCE" (HOTEL;)

DINER OFFERT A SON EXCELLENCE LE MINISTRE DU PORTUGAL, MR. THOMAZ DE SOUZA ROSA [held by] LE COMMISSAIRE ROYAL ET LES MEMBRS DE LA COMMISSION EXECUTIVE DU PORTUGAL A L EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE DE 1900 [at] "RITZ HOTEL, PARIS, FRANCE" (HOTEL;)

DINER OFFERT A SON EXCELLENCE LE MINISTRE DU PORTUGAL, MR. THOMAZ DE SOUZA ROSA [held by] LE COMMISSAIRE ROYAL ET LES MEMBRS DE LA COMMISSION EXECUTIVE DU PORTUGAL A L EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE DE 1900 [at] "RITZ HOTEL, PARIS, FRANCE" (HOTEL;)

DINER OFFERT A SON EXCELLENCE LE MINISTRE DU PORTUGAL, MR. THOMAZ DE SOUZA ROSA [held by] LE COMMISSAIRE ROYAL ET LES MEMBRS DE LA COMMISSION EXECUTIVE DU PORTUGAL A L EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE DE 1900 [at] "RITZ HOTEL, PARIS, FRANCE" (HOTEL;)

Foto från Fredriksvaern den 20 aug 1901.

I Fredriksvaern den 27 aug 1901.

Trophy for excellence in Naval Gunnery presented by direction fo the President of the United States to the Vessel making the highest score in her class at the Annual Record Target Practice

MARINE CORPS, U.S.N. THE FRANKLIN WHARTON CUP FOR EXCELLENCE IN RIFLE PRACTICE

Calendar of religious ceremonies in Jer. [i.e., Jerusalem] Easter period, 1941. Palm Sunday procession. Blessing palms by Polish Bishop Excellence Karol Radonski[?]

Calendar of religious ceremonies in Jer. [i.e., Jerusalem] Easter period, 1941. Palm Sunday blessing palms by Polish Bishop Excellence Karol Radonski

Detroit (vicinity), Michigan. Ceremonies at the presentation of the Army and Navy E award to the Briggs manufacturing company. Presentation of individual excellence awards to workers

Detroit (vicinity), Michigan. Ceremonies at the presentation of the Army and Navy E award to the Briggs manufacturing company. Presentation of individual excellence awards to workers

General Lo, senior Chinese general in India, congratulating his men after they were decorated for excellence in the Chinese-American training center

Women in war. Summer canning workers. A skilled and vastly important job in this Rochelle, Illinois, asparagus canning factory is performed by this woman grading expert. The grade of vegetables, their water content, and the relative excellence of the product determines the price which the canner will pay the farmer for his crop

Production. Pratt and Whitney airplane engines. Screws for valve rocker arms of Pratt and Whitney airplane engines are polished on a Gardner machine in a large Eastern plant. This operation is one of many high precision specifications which insure excellence of our fighting planes. Pratt and Whitney Aircraft

The US Navy (USN) Band of New Orleans entertains students at the Guthrie Center for Excellence High School, located in Houston, Texas (TX). The high-energy group of professional USN Musicians was invited to the school during Navy Week Houston. Sponsored by the Navy Office of Community Outreach, twenty such weeks are planned this year in cities throughout the Country

Doris Johnson and Donald Quidegon, of the sail loft, work on a flag symbolizing the CHIEF of Naval Materials Productivity Excellence Award, which was presented to the shipyard

Artwork: "Committment to Excellence" Artist: Louis A. Taylor, USAF Art Collection

Mr. Ronald Henry, (right) Chairman of the Board of the International Communications Industries Association, presents the Communications Media Award for Excellence to Colonel (COL) James T. Van Orden, Jr., Commander, United States Army Audiovisual Center. The ceremony is taking place at the Pentagon

The General (GEN) William G. Moore Jr. trophy for excellence in combat airlift operations will be awarded to the winner of the VOLANT RODEO '84 tactical airdrop competition

The General (GEN) William G. Moore Jr. trophy for excellence in combat airlift operations will be awarded to the winner of the VOLANT RODEO '84 tactical airdrop competition

The CHIEF of STAFF Army, Supply Excellence Award plaque

Approved insignia for: CHIEF of STAFF Army, Supply Excellence Award

Captain Gerald E. Gneckow, Commanding Officer of the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61), right, listens to a discussion between a Navy captain and a distinguished guest. All are attending the presentation ceremony of the 1984 Batterberg Cup to Gneckow and the IOWA. The award is presented for overall excellence among Surface Fleet Atlantic vessels

The crew of the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61) stand at parade rest during the presentation of the 1984 Batternberg Cup. The award is presented for overall excellence among Surface Fleet Atlantic vessels

Admiral Wesley McDonald, Commander in CHIEF, United States Atlantic Fleet, center, speaks during the presentation of the 1984 Batternberg Cup to the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61). The ship received the award for overall excellence among Surface Fleet Atlantic vessels

Admiral Wesley McDonald, Commander in CHIEF, United States Atlantic Fleet, speaks at the presentation of the 1984 Batternberg Cup to the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61). The ship receiving the award for overall excellence among Surface Fleet Atlantic vessels

Admiral Wesley McDonald, Commander in CHIEF, United States Atlantic Fleet, speaks at the presentation of the 1984 Batternberg Cup to the crew of the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61). The award is presented for overall excellence among Surface Fleet Atlantic vessels

Distinguished guests attend the presentation of the 1984 Batternberg Cup, the award for overall excellence given to the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61). From left to right are: Commodore Henry H. Mauz Jr., Commander, Cruiser Destroyer Group 12; Commodore Robert Owens, Commander, Carrier Group Two, United States Atlantic Fleet; Vice Admiral Joseph Metcalf III, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Surface Warfare; and an unidentified civilian

Captain Gerald E. Gneckow, Commanding Officer of the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61), center, listens to Admiral Wesley McDonald, Commander in CHIEF, United States Atlantic Fleet; as he presents the 1984 Batterberg Cup to Gneckow and the IOWA. The award is presented for overall excellence among Surface Fleet Atlantic vessels

Deputy Secretary of Defense William H. Taft IV, hosts the Commander in CHIEF Installation Excellence Awards Ceremonies and presents awards to MG James Van Loben Sels, USA, Ft. Leonard Wood, MO; Bg William A. Bloomer, USMC, El Toro Air Station, CA; CAPT Micheal R. Gluse, USM; and MG Peter T. Kempf, USAF, Holloman AFB, NM. Other attending include Under Secretary of the Army James R. Ambrose; Assistant Secretary of the Army, Installation & Logistics, John W. Shannon and LTG Max W. Noah, USA, Comptroller

An aerial port beam view of the aircraft carrier USS CONSTELLATION (CV-64) as crew members form the "Battle E" awards for excellence on the flight deck of the ship

An aerial port beam view of the aircraft carrier USS CONSTELLATION (CV-64) as crew members form the "Battle E" awards for excellence on the flight deck of the ship

Sergeant (SGT) James Williams, a member of the 1961st Communications Group, checks the power supply voltage and transmitter output pulse count of the tactical air navigation system. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

AIRMAN First Class (A1C) David Bowman, a member of the 1961st Communications Group, uses a soldering iron to repair a circuit board. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

An exterior view of the base control tower, home of the 1961st Communications Group. The 1961st recently won the MAJ. GEN. Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

Sergeant (SGT) James Williams, a member of the 1961st Communications Group, checks the power supply voltage and transmitter output pulse count of the tactical air navigation system. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

A view of the AN/GSC-39 earth terminal's satellite communication receiver. The receiver is operated by the 1961st Communications Group which recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

Froylan Arao, a civilian member of the 1961st Communications Group, copies Morse Code at a teletype machine at the weather intercept facility. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McCleland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

Air traffic controllers of the 1961st Communications Group man their duty stations in the base tower. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Kevin Smith of the 1961st Communications Group operates a signal light in the air traffic conrol tower. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

A view of the eight-foot parabolic antenna of the AN/FRC-84 microwave radio. The radio is operated by the 1961st Communications Group which was recently won the MAJ. GEN. Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

AIRMAN Mary Joseph, a member of the 1961st Communications Group, mans her station at the Global Command and Control System. The 1961st recently won the MAJ. GEN. Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

Ivan Blanco, a member of the 1961st Communications Group mans his duty station in the radar approach control center (RAPCON). The 1961st recently won the MAJ. GEN. Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

Sergeant (SGT) Michael Fontenot, a member of the 1961st Communications Group and satellite communications maintenanceman, adjusts the noise temperature monitor on an antenna spectrum analyzer. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

Edgar Hernandez, a civilian member of the 1961st Communications Group, monitors a telephone switching system. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

A silhouetted view of antenna maintenancemen of the 1961st Communications Group inspecting an antenna. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McCleland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

Sergeant (SGT) Michael Fontenot, a member of the 1961st Communications Group and satellite communications maintenanceman, adjusts the noise temperature monitor on an antenna spectrum analyzer. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

Ireneo Libiran, a civilian member of the 1961st Communications Group, works on telephone switching equipment. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Kevin Flickner of the 1961st Communications Group works at a computer terminal in the data automation department. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

A satellite communications maintenanceman of the 1961st Communications Group adjusts the noise temperature monitor on an antenna specrum analyzer. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

Members of the 1961st Communications Group man their duty stations in the radar approach control center (RAPCON). The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

Antenna maintenancemen of the 1961st Communications Group inspect an antenna. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McCleland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

A silhouetted view of antenna maintenancemen of the 1961st Communications Group inspecting an antenna. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

A view of the AN/GSC-39 earth terminal's satellite communication receiver. The receiver is operated by the 1961st Communications Group which recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

Civilian switchboard operators of the 1961st Communications Group man their telephones. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McCleland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

Edgar Hernandez, a civilian member of the 1961st Communications Group, monitors a telephone switching system. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

A view of the AN/GSC-39 earth terminal's satellite communication receiver. The receiver is operated by the 1961st Communications Group which recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

Antonio Mannis, a civilian member of the 1961st Communications Group, services telephone switching equipment. The 1961st recently won the Major General Harold M. McClelland Award for communications excellence for the third time in five years

Captain (CAPT) Donald M. Lachata, commanding officer, Trident Training Facility (TriTraFac), Bangor; Commander (CDR) Winfield S. Slocum IV, executive officer, TriTraFac; and Lieutenant (LT) Philip T. Re, Personal Excellence Through Cooperative Education (PECE) program coordinator for TriTraFac. congratulate area students who completed the year-long physical education program

Constitution Award of Excellence

During the 7th Signal Command change of command ceremony, Brigadier General (BGEN) Eugene C. Renzi, outgoing commander, is presented"The Governors Salute to Excellence"award from the State of Maryland. BGEN Renzi will also be promoted to major general as

A close-up view of the Commander in CHIEF's Installation Excellence Award presented to the Marines of Cherry Point

Janie Davis food in the galley. The air station Food Service Division has won a Captain Edward F. Ney Award for food service excellence for three consecutive years

Cashiers ring out customers in the galley. The air station Food Service Division has won a Captain Edward F. Ney Award for food service excellence for three consecutive years

Cook Tony Opena pours seasoned juice over a pan of green peas. The air station Food Service Division has won a Captain Edward F. Ney Award for food service excellence for three consective years

The Captain Edward F. Ney Award for food service excellence stands among diners in the center of the galley. The air station Food Service Division has won a Captain Edward F. Ney Award for food service excellence for three consecutive years

Dionysio Florita cuts pizza in the galley. The air station Food Service Division has won a Captain Edward F. Ney Award for food service excellence for three consective years

Mess Management SPECIALIST SEAMAN Apprentice (MSSA) Carter refills the salad bar in the galley. The air station Food Service Division has won a Captain Edward F. Ney Award for food service excellence for three consecutive years

Personnel help themselves on the self-service line in the galley. The air station Food Service Division has won a Captain Edward F. Ney Award for food service excellence for three consective years