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Opening of first calendar, month of January, in red, green, blue and black.

Opening page of calendar with the month of January; the feast of the octave of Thomas Becket and the mention of the word "pope" at the feast of St. Marcellus have been erased.

Opening page of calendar for the month of January. Entries for every line in French, alternating two red and two blue lines, with major feasts in gold. Dragon grotesque in lower margin.

Opening of calendar for the month of January, with entries on every line, in French.

Opening page of calendar for the month of January including in red the feasts of Felix, bishop of Nantes (8 January) and Hilary, bishop of Poitiers (13 January).

Page of calendar for the month of February, in French, with entries for each day; border decoration includes a winged grotesque.

For June: the month's activity (scything the hay), and the month's zodiac (Cancer).

The Month of February: Man Pruning a Tree

The Month of May: An Elegant Man Holding a Flower and Lute

The Month of April: Man Grafting a Branch onto a Tree

The Month of June, Shearing Sheep (recto); Couples Drinking Wine, The Month of October (verso)

Opening page of calendar for the month of January.

Plate with a depiction of the month of March

Huntsmen and Company Observing Dogs Retrieving Ducks in a Pond (The Month of April)

Rain of the Fifth Month (Samidare)

Festivities of the Twelve Months: “Sannō Hiyoshi Festivals Held on the Day of the Monkey in the Mid-Fourth Month”; Festivities of the Twelve Months: “Sumō Wrestling at Matsuno’o Shrine during the Hassaku Festival on the First Day of the Eighth Month”

Courtesan for the Fifth Month

Courtesan for the Fifth Month

Courtesan for the Ninth Month

Courtesan for the Third Month

By the governour, a proclamation Whereas at the General Court holden at New Haven, the thirteenth day of this present month, ... it was agreed and resolved by the following act, that the several laws formerly made for the suppressing and punishi

A perpetual almanack: the prime, epact, cycle of the sun, dominical letter, moon's age, high water, day of the month, day of the week, what days of the month all the Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, &c in any month of any year fall on lea

A perpetual almanack: the prime, epact, cycle of the sun, dominical letter, moon's age, high water, day of the month, day of the week, what days of the month all the Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, &c in any month of any year fall on lea

A perpetual almanack: the prime, epact, cycle of the sun, dominical letter, moon's age, high water, day of the month, day of the week, what days of the month all the Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, &c in any month of any year fall on lea

Plate from the Erotic Book Mounds of Dyed Colors: A Pattern Book for the Boudoir (Someiro no yama neya no hinagata), First Month

“Fourth Month” from Fujiwara no Teika’s “Birds and Flowers of the Twelve Months”

“Sixth Month” from Fujiwara no Teika’s “Birds and Flowers of the Twelve Months”

The Fifth Month

The Festival of Dolls (Third Month)

The Eleventh Month

The Second Month

The Tenth Month

The Ninth Month

The Seventh Month

The Fifth Month

The Twelfth Month

The Eighth Month

The First Month

The Fourth Month

The Six Month

A Flute-Playing Monk (Komusō); The Fourth Month (Uzuki), from the series Fashionable Poetic Immortals of the Four Seasons (Fūzoku shiki kasen)

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

This is to certify that has enlisted himself as a waggoner or team-driver in the army of the United States, to serve for unless sooner discharged. In consideration whereof he is to recieve pay at the rate of ten pounds per month and one ration p

The Doll Festival, Third Day of the Third Month

State of Rhode Island and Providence plantations. In General Assembly, August session, 1781. An act for incorporating and bringing into the field five hundred able-bodied effective men, of the militia, to serve within this State, for one month,

The Fifth Month, from the series Twelve Months in the Southern Pleasure District (Minami jūni kō)

The Fifth Month

The Fourth Month

insect from "[An Authentic Narrative of the loss of the American Brig Commerce, wrecked on the Western Coast of Africa, in the month of August 1815. With an account of the sufferings of her surviving officers and crew, ... and observations historical, geographical, etc.]"

map from "An Authentic Narrative of the loss of the American Brig Commerce, wrecked on the Western Coast of Africa, in the month of August 1815. With an account of the sufferings of her surviving officers and crew, ... and observations historical, geographical, etc"

upside-down from "An Authentic Narrative of the loss of the American Brig Commerce, wrecked on the Western Coast of Africa, in the month of August 1815. With an account of the sufferings of her surviving officers and crew, ... and observations historical, geographical, etc"

map from "[An Authentic Narrative of the loss of the American Brig Commerce, wrecked on the Western Coast of Africa, in the month of August 1815. With an account of the sufferings of her surviving officers and crew, ... and observations historical, geographical, etc.]"

By His Excellency Oliver Wolcott, Governor and commander in chief in and over the State of Connecticut. A proclamation ... that on any Lord's day, in the month of June next, contributions may be received for the above purpose [Methodist Society

map from "[Guatimala, or, the United Provinces of Central America in 1827-8; being sketches and memorandums made during a twelve month's residence in that Republic.]"

Indian Antelope, Antilope cervicapra. 1. Young in month of January 1822; 2. ... same Individual in end of Oct. 1823; 3. Adult.

Rules and regulations, under which all hands are employed by the Lehigh coal and navigation company. Mauch Chunk. A. Sisty, printer. 2d Month, 13th, 1832.

Perpetual calendar. showing the day of any month corresponding to any day of the week, for the year 1775, to the year 2025 ... [Washington, D. C.] Barnard & Sandy. [c. 1848].

map from "A Physician's Holiday; or, a month in Switzerland in the summer of 1848"

map from "A Physician's Holiday; or, a month in Switzerland in the summer of 1848"

map from "A Month at Constantinople"

Christian Citizen- Extra. To the people of the United States. The month of August last witnessed at Paris a Congress or convention of persons, from various countries, to consider what could be done to promote the sacred cause of peace ... Boston

map from "[A Physician's Holiday; or, a month in Switzerland in the summer of 1848.]"

Pres't Madison's Library at auction. at Orange Court House, Virginia on Tuesday the 27th day of June, prox., being the day after the County Court of Orange in that month, I shall sell at public auction, to the highest bidder that part of the lib

Plum-blossom viewing in the third month at Sumida River from the series Annual Events at Famous Places in the Eastern Capital (Tōto meisho nenjū gyōji sangatsu sumitagawa waka mōde)

map from "A Month in the Forests of France. [With illustrations by John Leech.]"

Tunis new colored rail road map of the United States & Canadas; revised and corrected every month.

[Harrison Grey Fiske, full-length portrait of six month old baby boy, seated on chair, propped next to table with tablecloth]

map from "How to spend a month in Ireland, and what it will cost"

$10,000 worth of boots and shoes selling at cost. $3000 worth of shop-work boots at half-price. Sale to commence March 1st, and continue one month only ... G. Lamkin ... Boston. March 1, 1861.

Nine month's men. The citizens of Reading, are hereby invited to meet at Lyceum Hall on Saturday, the 16th inst., at 7 o'clock P.M. for the purpose of making such arrangements as may be deemed necessary for raising our proportion of nine month's

State of Wisconsin. Proclamation. Whereas, it has pleased Almighty God to take from the people of this state its chief magistrate the Hon. Louis P. Harvey, who, on the 19th day of this month, lost of life .... I do hereby recommend that for thir

The Seventh Month (Fumizuki)

Thanksgiving for victory, peace, and our country saved. A proclamation by Charles Anderson, Governor of the State of Ohio ... I do hereby appoint the last Thursday, being the 30th day of the present month of November, as a day of general thanksg

The Month of March

Alexandrovitch from "A Month in Russia during the Marriage of the Czarevitch"

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Middlesex, ss. "At the Superior Court, begun and holden at Lowell, within and for the County of Middlesex, on the second Monday of March, being the ninth day of said Month, Anno Domini, 1868." "The following By-Law

Notice to publishers. At the close of its present volume, in April, we intend to enlarge the Galaxy, and devote a portion of the increased space to a critical review of the literature of the month ... W. C. & F. P. Church. New York February, 186

Where every month is Summer - Camping life in southern California, U.S.A.

Scraps of local history. Extracts from the first town book of Newton Township continued. At a town meeting held at Newton, for ye ad Township, this 13th day of ye first month, Anno Domini 1733 ... [Printed after 1870].

Where every month is Summer - Camping life in southern California, U.S.A.

[Telegram, 1871, unknown month 6, Baden to] Levy

D. Webster Clegg's concise time table, for acquiring the number of days from a given month or date to any other date in the year. [n. p.] [c. 1872].

Lincoln, Loudoun Co., Va. Month 4th, 1872. Respected friend: We desire to present a brief statement of the facts relating to two bills (S. No. 260 and 860), reported to the Senate from the Committee of claims, "For the relief of the loyal citize

[The mares separated from the six month old foals] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Thomas M. Waller. Governor. A proclamation ... I designate and set apart Friday the twenty-third day of this month of March, as a day of fasting, humiliation, and prayer. Given under my hand ... thi

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Henry B. Harrison, Governor. A proclamation. I hereby invite the people of this State to celebrate Thursday, the twenty-sixth day of this month of November, as a day of thanksgiving and prayer ... G

[Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Henry B. Harrison, Governor. A proclamation. In continuance of an immemorial and venerable custom ... I hereby designate and appoint Friday, the twenty-third day of this month of April, as a day of

map from "Six Months in Cape Colony and Natal and one month in Tenerife and Madeira. With six illustrations and a sketch map"

cover from "The King's Highway, daily texts & hymns for a month. Illustrated by F. Hines"

December from "Mottoes for the Month. With verses by F. R. Havergal"

Fauna from "His Loving Kindness. A daily companion; containing Scripture texts and hymns [by various authors] for a month. [Illustrated.]"

Nature from "Golden Harvest. A daily companion containing Scripture texts and hymns [by various authors] for a month. [Illustrated.]"

In the month of May

In the merry month of May / Ehrhart.

Panoramic View of Nearly Total Devastation of San Francisco Other Effects of the Disaster "This view of the San Francisco ruins shows many square blocks completely leveled. The photograph was taken on May 1, 1906, almost a month after the disaster. Much of the debris had already been hauled away leaving only empty ash-blackened blocks. Rebuilding of small buildings had begun

She stayed there -- a week -- a month -- a year

Where every month is summer - camping life in southern California

Row of mill houses belonging to Holden, Leonard Co., woolen mill, Bennington, Vt. Rents are from $6 to $8 a month. Location: Burlington, Vermont.

Mrs. S. J. Bonner and 2 boys. Work in Bibb Mill No. 1, Macon, Ga. She earns $3.50 a week. Boys together earn $4.90 a week. Husband died when they lived on a farm. She couldn't get any heavy work there to do so moved to Macon. Hopes to send the boys to school when they get a better start. Spends $2 a month for 2 rooms in this house. Does her own cooking and housekeeping, except sewing and washing. She chews snuff. Location: Macon, Georgia.

Small boy works as helper -- backroping in Great Falls Mfg. Co., Somersworth, N.H. Charles Chasse, 201 Main Street. When I inquired about him in the home, his mother very reluctantly admitted he was working, but said he is past 14 years of age. I met him on the street and he said he is to be 14 next month, when he hopes to get his "school papers." Said he has been working several months. Location: Somersworth, New Hampshire.