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Rustam's Seventh Feat: he kills the white dîv.

Leaf from a Beatus Manuscript: the Seventh Angel Proclaims the Reign of the Lord

Seventh vial from BL Royal 19 B XV, f. 31v

Seventh vial from BL Royal 19 B XV, f. 31v

Seventh angel sounding his trumpet from BL Royal 15 D II, f. 151

Seventh vision: a hellmouth containing the devil, the beast and the false prophet; God enthroned with open book judging all the dead, some of whom remain in hell, while others, with books around them, are listed in the roll of the living. (Apoc. 20:11-12)

Seventh vision: an angel from heaven points to the destruction of Babylon; another angel takes up a stone, as it were a great millstone, and hurls it into the sea. (Apoc. 18:2-21)

Seventh vision: the first resurrection of those who had been beheaded for the sake of God; the judges seated on a throne; one thousand years later, the final defeat of Satan and the armies of Gog and Magog. (Apoc. 20:4-10)

Seventh map of Europe (Sardinia and Sicily), in full gold border.

Seventh map of Asia (Caspian Sea and east),in full gold border.

The trees and their symbolic significance: Turpentine-Tree and the Seventh Beatitude ~ Sermon on the Mount

Yong Zin Khon Shogpel: Seventh Abbot of Ngor Monastary

The trees and their symbolic significance: Turpentine-tree and the Seventh Beatitude ~ Sermon on the Mount

"Rustam's Seventh Course: He Kills the White Div", Folio from a Shahnama (Book of Kings)

bookplate from "[The Destruction of Troy, in Three Books ... Seventh edition, corrected, etc. B.L.]"

The Seventh Month

The Seventh Hour of the Night

map from "Narrative of the Most Remarkable Events which occurred in and near Leipzig ... 1813 ... Seventh edition. [With “Proceedings of the Committee for relieving the Distress in Germany.”]"

map from "Narrative of the Most Remarkable Events which occurred in and near Leipzig ... 1813 ... Seventh edition. [With “Proceedings of the Committee for relieving the Distress in Germany.”]"

The Pennsylvania society for discouraging the use of ardent spirits, to innkeepers, and the friends of order and economy in the State of Pennsylvania ... Philadelphia, Thomas Kite & Co. printers, Seventh and Carpenter Streets [1832].

portrait from "The Career of Don Carlos, since the death of Ferdinand the Seventh: being a chapter in the history of Charles the Fifth"

Carlist from "The Career of Don Carlos, since the death of Ferdinand the Seventh: being a chapter in the history of Charles the Fifth"

Seventh ward beggars

Titus Flavius Caesar Vespasianus Augustus from "The Works of Charlotte Elizabeth. With an introduction by Mrs. H. B. Stowe. Seventh edition. [With plates, including a portrait.]"

portrait from "The Works of Charlotte Elizabeth. With an introduction by Mrs. H. B. Stowe. Seventh edition. [With plates, including a portrait.]"

Seventh Regiment on Review, Washington Square, New York

[Plate 67: Map bounded by West 4th Street, Perry Street, Seventh Avenue, West 12th Street, Sixth Avenue, West Washington Place.]

Seventh annual celebration of the birthday of Henry Clay, April 12, 1852. The Natal day song. Written and sung by William G. Mickell, Esq. [s. l.]

[Plate 68: Map bounded by Bleecker Street, Hudson Street, Gansevoort Street, West 13th Street, Greenwich Avenue, West 12th Street, Seventh Avenue, Perry Street, Charles Street.]

Plan and sections of vestibule on Seventh Street

[Survey of the original landholdings in Washington D.C. in the area bounded by The Mall, North Capitol St., Tiber Creek, N St. N.W., and Seventh St. N.W.] /

Hominy by a new process! Hughes hominy and samp mill! Patented Oct. 12, 1852 ... William Reading, sole agent. No. 226, Seventh street, Washington, D. C. March 1, 1855. Washington. Polkinhorn, printer, corner of 7th and D streets.

[Plate 60: Map bounded by West 13th Street, Greenwich Avenue, 12th Street, Seventh Avenue, Greenwich Avenue, Perry Street, 4th Street, Charles Street, Bleeker Street, Hudson Street, Gansevoort Street.]

[Plate 59: Map bounded by 12th Street, Sixth Avenue, West Washington Place, 4th Street, Perry Street, Greenwich Avenue, Seventh Avenue, 12th Street.]

Arrival of the Governor at the City Hall under the escort of the Cavalry of the Seventh Regiment, June 18, 1860.

The Seventh Regiment awaiting the termination of the interview between the Embassy and the Municipal and State Authorities, June 18, 1860.

"Press" building, Seventh & Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia.

The Seventh Regiment are drawn up opposite the Metropolitan while the Ambasadors enter the carriages, June 18, 1860.

"Press" building, Seventh & Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia.

Seventh annual parade, Hornellsville Fire Department. Corner of Main and Center Sts.

Seventh Presbyterian Church.

Commerical street looking east from Seventh street, Atchinson.

[Survey of the original landholdings in Washington D.C. in the area bounded by The Mall, North Capitol St., Tiber Creek, N St. N.W., and Seventh St. N.W.] /

Seventh annual parade, Hornellsville Fire Department. Corner of Main and Center Sts.

Seventh Presbyterian Church.

Seventh annual parade, Hornellsville Fire Department. Canisteo Street, Protectives Headquarters.

Commerical street looking east from Seventh street, Atchinson.

Seventh annual parade, Hornellsville Fire Department. Corner of Main and Center Sts.

Arrival of the Governor at the City Hall under the escort of the Cavalry of the Seventh Regiment, June 18, 1860.

"Press" building, Seventh & Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia.

Seventh annual parade, Hornellsville Fire Department. Canisteo St., during march.

Seventh annual parade, Hornellsville Fire Department. Main Street, north side.

Seventh annual parade, Hornellsville Fire Department. Broad Street.

Corner State & Seventh Sts., Erie, Pa.

Seventh annual parade, Hornellsville Fire Department. Broad Street.

Seventh annual parade, Hornellsville Fire Department. Corner of Main and Seneca Sts.

Seventh annual parade, Hornellsville Fire Department. Main Street, north side.

"Press" building, Seventh & Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia.

Corner State & Seventh Sts., Erie, Pa.

Seventh annual parade, Hornellsville Fire Department. Canisteo Street, Protectives Headquarters.

The Seventh Regiment arrive in front of the Metropolitan to escort the Embassy to the City Hall, June 18, 1860.

The Seventh Regiment awaiting the termination of the interview between the Embassy and the Municipal and State Authorities, June 18, 1860.

The Seventh Regiment arrive in front of the Metropolitan to escort the Embassy to the City Hall, June 18, 1860.

Seventh annual parade, Hornellsville Fire Department. Corner of Main and Center Sts.

Seventh annual parade, Hornellsville Fire Department. Canisteo St., during march.

The Seventh Regiment are drawn up opposite the Metropolitan while the Ambasadors enter the carriages, June 18, 1860.

Seventh annual parade, Hornellsville Fire Department. Corner of Main and Seneca Sts.

The Embassy Leave the Metropolitan for the City Hall, the Seventh Regiment Form a Hollow Square With the Carriages of the Embassy in the Middle

Pertinent questions'. Why does Jefferson Davis look so thin? Why is Stephens so singularly boney? .... The fact that neither of them have ever called at M. Samstag's Nos. 462 and 464, Seventh street and consequently neither have ever tasted his

U.S. Capitol - Seventh [i.e, Senate] Chamber, c. 1873

[Map bounded by Mangin St, Lewis St, Ninth St, Pier - Line 66-68, Houston St; Including Tompkins St, Ferry to Williamsburgh, Third St, Fourth St, Fifth St, Sixth St, Seventh St, Eighth St]

5,000 U. S. volunteers wanted to assist in carrying off part of these goods. The National Union store, just opened this day, at 512 Seventh street. Immense sacrifice! $5000 worth of fine gold & plated jewelry ... Washington, D. C. H. Polk

Seventh Presbyterian Church. Broad Street, north of Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

The Seventh Street Market

The Armory, corner of Seventh Avenue and Thirty-fifth Street

Steward, John - Age 29, Year: 1861 - Seventh Infantry - West Virginia

Seventh Presbyterian Church. Broad Street, north of Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Seventh Presbyterian Church. Broad Street, north of Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Seventh Presbyterian Church. Broad Street, north of Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Hanging a negro in Clarkson St.; Scene in Thirty-second Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues; Negro hanged by the mob and houses burned, July 15

Camp Cameron, Georgetown, D.C., the encampment of the Seventh Regiment New York State Militia ; Service by Rev. Dr. Weston, chaplain of the Seventh Regiment, at Camp Cameron, on Sunday, May 5th, 1861 /

Festival of the Seventh Avenue Sunday School, Wednesday evening, May 28, 1862 ... New York Baker & Godwin, printer. [1862].

Tucker, 1 - Age: [Blank], Year: 1862 - Mississippi Seventh Battalion, Infantry, P-Y

Map illustrating the operations of the Seventh Division under Brig. General G.W. Morgan at Cumberland Gap, Tennessee during a portion of the year 1862

Hendon, John P - Age 18, Year: 1862 - Seventh Confederate Cavalry, G-K - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Smith, Thomas J - Age: [Blank], Year: 1862 - Mississippi Seventh Battalion, Infantry, P-Y

[Profile of 56th St. from Seventh to Third Avenues.]

Sansom, Jas L - Age: [Blank], Year: 1864 - Mississippi Seventh Battalion, Infantry, P-Y

Hanley, J - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - Seventh Confederate Cavalry, T-Z AND Seventh Battalion, Confederate Cavalry (Prentice's) - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

The Seventh Month (Fumizuki)

Stevenson, John W - Age 19, Year: 1865 - Seventh Infantry - West Virginia

Riels, John - Age: [Blank], Year: 1865 - Mississippi Seventh Battalion, Infantry, P-Y

Steward, Erwin - Age 19, Year: 1865 - Seventh Infantry - West Virginia

Stopher, Johnathan E - Age 26, Year: 1865 - Seventh Infantry - West Virginia

Steward, Hiram - Age 19, Year: 1865 - Seventh Infantry - West Virginia

Moral, Amos - Age 31, Year: 1865 - Seventh Infantry - West Virginia

Pawnee Killer and his braves Discovering the remains of Lieutenant Kidder and ten men of the Seventh United States Cavalry / / sketched by T.R. Davis.

Desperate battle between the Cheyennes and Company C Seventh U.S. Cavalry near Fort Wallace, June 26, 1867

Sheet 11: [Bounded by Fifty Ninth Street, Seventh Avenue, W. Fortieth Street and Thirteenth Avenue.]

Page 1: [Bounded by W. 19th Street, Seventh Avenue, Greenwich Lane or Great-Kill Road and North River.]