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A Jewish leader holds up the gown of the Jewish prophet Yahyâ (John the Baptist) on which the Muslim declaration of faith (shahâdah) has miraculously appeared; when it was cut out, it appeared a second time.

A Jewish leader holds up the gown of the Jewish prophet Yahyâ (John the Baptist) on which the Muslim declaration of faith (shahâdah) has miraculously appeared; when it was cut out, it appeared a second time.

Sixth vision: as an angel pours the seventh vial into the air, a voice from the temple announces the end of time; cities split into parts and huge hailstones rain down on men. (Apoc. 16:17-21)

Time Rewarding Work and Punishing Laziness

Clodius Pulcher, elected tribune, forces Cicero to go into exile; twenty thousand young gentlemen, dressed as in a time of public mourning, escort him on horseback

Pompey with his army suprises the camp of Mithridates VII, king of Pontus, near the Euphrates; at the time the moon stood just above the horizon and behind the Romans, so the long shadows thrown before the Romans made the Mithridates' soldiers miscalculate the distance of the Romans when they threw their javelins

[The Triumph of Time]

An elderly winged man with a long beard walking with crutches, possibly representing Time gesturing towards a young child holding a sieve

An allegory of the rising sun, a naked man wearing a shroud and accompanied Father Time is being drawn by horses

Father Time at the right leaning on a scythe, three naked boys and eagle at the left

Time

The Triumph of Time from The Triumphs of Petrarch

[A folding, pocket-sized sundial]

[A horizontal sundial]

The Triumph of Time

The Triumph of Time

[Allegorical representation of Time rewarding Industry and punishing Indolence] / M. de vos, inventor ; R. Sadler [sic] scalps. et excud.

Design for a sepulchral monument with an allegory of Time; verso: Design for a column

Design for a sepulchral monument with an allegory of Time; verso: Design for a sepulchral monument

Design for a sepulchral monument with an allegory of Time; verso: Architectural sketch and fragment of a letter

Design for a sepulchral monument with an allegory of Time

strangling from "A pittilesse Mother. That most unnaturally at one time murthe[red] two of her owne Children at Acton ... uppon holy thursday last 1616, the ninth of May. Beeing a gentlewoman named M. Vincent ... With her Examination, Confession and true discovery of all t[he] proceedings ... Whereunto is added Andersons Repentance w[ho] was executed ... the 18 of May 16[16]. [In verse.] B.L"

Bird from "A pittilesse Mother. That most unnaturally at one time murthe[red] two of her owne Children at Acton ... uppon holy thursday last 1616, the ninth of May. Beeing a gentlewoman named M. Vincent ... With her Examination, Confession and true discovery of all t[he] proceedings ... Whereunto is added Andersons Repentance w[ho] was executed ... the 18 of May 16[16]. [In verse.] B.L"

Time, Apollo and the Seasons

Time, Apollo and the Seasons

Leisure Time in an Elegant Setting

Whereas the lawes published by the Honourable General Court, Lib. 1. Pag. 76 Sect. 3 Do require all townes from time to time to dispose of single persons and inmates within their towns to service, or otherwise. [Massachusetts, 1668] [Positive Ph

Allegorical Figures of Experience and Time

An allegory relating to the fortunes of the Turks, a winged figure probably representing Time stands on a fallen Turk while sharpening a blade on a wheel inscribed with the continents that is being turned by a semi-dressed figure, at right the city of Vardino (northwest Romania near the Hungarian border) that was held by the Turks from 1660 to 1692.

Actor Sawamura Kodenji as a Woman at the Time of the Tanabata Festival

A new map of the British Isles, shewing their ancient people, cities, and towns of note, in the time of the Romans.

Allegorical Figures of Time and Death

By the Honourable John Nanfan, His Majesties Lieut Governour and Commander in chief in and over the Province of New York ... A proclamation. Whereas it hath pleased Almighty God in the time of my absence from this Province, to take unto himself

Fishing in River Country at Blossom Time

The history of Genghizcan the Great, first emperor of the antient Moguls and Tartars; in four books: containing his life, advancement and conquests; with a short history of his successors to the present time; the manners, customs and laws of the antient Moguls and Tartars; and the late geography of the vast countries of Mogolistan, Turquestan, Capschac, Yugurestan, and the Eastern and Western Tartary. Collected from several Oriental authors, and European travellers; whose names, with an abridgment of their lives, are added to this book. By the late M. Petis de la Croix senior ... and now faithfully tr. into English.

The history of Genghizcan the Great, first emperor of the antient Moguls and Tartars; in four books: containing his life, advancement and conquests; with a short history of his successors to the present time; the manners, customs and laws of the antient Moguls and Tartars; and the late geography of the vast countries of Mogolistan, Turquestan, Capschac, Yugurestan, and the Eastern and Western Tartary. Collected from several Oriental authors, and European travellers; whose names, with an abridgment of their lives, are added to this book. By the late M. Petis de la Croix senior ... and now faithfully tr. into English.

The history of Genghizcan the Great, first emperor of the antient Moguls and Tartars; in four books: containing his life, advancement and conquests; with a short history of his successors to the present time; the manners, customs and laws of the antient Moguls and Tartars; and the late geography of the vast countries of Mogolistan, Turquestan, Capschac, Yugurestan, and the Eastern and Western Tartary. Collected from several Oriental authors, and European travellers; whose names, with an abridgment of their lives, are added to this book. By the late M. Petis de la Croix senior ... and now faithfully tr. into English.

The history of Genghizcan the Great, first emperor of the antient Moguls and Tartars; in four books: containing his life, advancement and conquests; with a short history of his successors to the present time; the manners, customs and laws of the antient Moguls and Tartars; and the late geography of the vast countries of Mogolistan, Turquestan, Capschac, Yugurestan, and the Eastern and Western Tartary. Collected from several Oriental authors, and European travellers; whose names, with an abridgment of their lives, are added to this book. By the late M. Petis de la Croix senior ... and now faithfully tr. into English.

The history of Genghizcan the Great, first emperor of the antient Moguls and Tartars; in four books: containing his life, advancement and conquests; with a short history of his successors to the present time; the manners, customs and laws of the antient Moguls and Tartars; and the late geography of the vast countries of Mogolistan, Turquestan, Capschac, Yugurestan, and the Eastern and Western Tartary. Collected from several Oriental authors, and European travellers; whose names, with an abridgment of their lives, are added to this book. By the late M. Petis de la Croix senior ... and now faithfully tr. into English.

[Details of the mechanisms of the Leibniz calculator, the most advanced of its time]

By the Honourable Spencer Phips, Esq; Lieutenant-Governour and commander in chief for the time being of His Majesty’s Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. A proclamation for encouragement to voluntiers to prosecute the war against t

The Industrious 'Prentice out of his Time and Married to his Master's Daughter [plate 6]

The Industrious 'Prentice out of his Time, and Married to his Master's Daughter [plate 6]

The Industrious 'Prentice Out of his Time and Married to his Master's Daughter: Industry and Idleness, plate 6

The Industrious 'Prentice out of his Time and Married to his Master's Daughter [plate 6]

The Industrious 'Prentice Out of his Time and Married to his Master's Daughter (Industry and Idleness, plate 6)

The Industrious 'Prentice out of his Time and Married to his Master's Daughter [plate 6]

The Industrious 'Prentice Out of his Time and Married to his Master's Daughter: Industry and Idleness, plate 6

Title page: Roman Antiquity of the Time of the Republic and the First Emperors (Antichità Romane de' Tempi della Repubblica, e de' primi Imperatori).

Venus entrusting Cupid to Time

To the publick. The booksellers of the town of Boston. Unwilling to impose on the publick by printing their private disputes in the newspapers … and at the same time (in justice to themselves) desirous of making their answer to Dr. Ames as publi

Time Smoking a Picture

Time Smoking a Picture

Allegory of History, with Time

Time Smoking a Picture

Time Smoking a Picture

To the freeholders and freemen, of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen. From an earnest desire to avoid all occasion of heat and party spirit, at a time when so much depends on our Union and harmony ... But as Mr. Livingston, absolutely r

To the freeholders and freemen, of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen. To pretend to prove what cannot be denied, would be wasting time to no purpose ... to request the votes and interests of the freeholders and freemen for John Cruger,

[Number III.] A letter to the majority of the General Assembly of Liliput. Gentlemen. Though a free people may for while submit to the influence of their rulers, yet there is a time when they will awake from their lethgary, when the spirit of pa

A letter, from Tom Bowline, to his worthy messmates, the renowned Sons of Neptune, belonging to the Port of New-York. My dear boys. As the time is approching, in which the ship, with the East India company's tea may be expected to arrive, and be

To the inhabitants of New York. My dear friends and fellow citizens. At a time when slavery is clanking her infernal chains, and tyranny stands ready with goads and whips to enforce obedience to her despotic and cruel mandates .... [Signed] Plai

To the worthy inhabitants of the City and County of New-York. Fellow countrymen, Your committee of fifty-one having laid before you their proceedings on Thursday evenings, I should not have troubled you at this time had not eleven of the committ

To the citizens of New-York. December 30, 1775. Fellow-Citizens. The design of electing a new Assembly at this time, is plainly to distract your attention ... [Signed] A poor Man. [blank] [New York, 1775].

To the freemen, freeholders, and other inhabitants of the City of New York. My friends, and fellow citizens. You cannot possibly be ignorant, that the inverate foes of America freedom (in this City) have for a long time past, been indefatigable

To the Free-Holders of New-Town. My friends and fellow-townsmen! We are now called upon to oppose the encroachments, which, for some time past, have been made upon our rights and liberty .... [Signed] A New-Town free holder. Newton, April 2d, 17

New York, 1775. Sir, The independent company of free citizens, of which you are a member, are to meet this day at [blank] o'clock in the Brick-meeting yard; at which time and place, properly armed and accoutred, you will be pleased to give your

Orders to be observed during the time of fires by the inhabitants .. [Stringent directions to be observed by the inhabitants and the military] Given at Head-Quarters in Boston, this eighteenth day of November, 1775. [Boston: Printed by John Howe

To all true whigs, and particularly to such as are independent electors of the City and County of New York. Gentlemen. The conduct of several of the magistrates of this City, having for a considerable time to notoriously inimical and unfriendly

Ship Dutchess of Gordon, Off New York, 18th Dec. 1775. Sir, I lose no time in transmitting to you herewith, a letter I this morning received from Captain Parker, of his Majesty's Ship Phoenix, communicating certain instructions he has received f

To the freemen and freeholders of New York. Gentlemen. As the time of election for representatives, to serve in the General Assembly, is near at hand I beg leave to propose the following gentlemen for your approbation, viz. Thomas Smith, John Sc

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, November 16th, 1776. Sir. The fleet which sailed from New-York and took its course to the Southward with the appearance of a design to enter this River, after keeping that course for some time suddenly altered

In observance of the Colony-writ to me directed, these are in the name of the government of the Massachusetts-Bay, to will and require you forthwith to cause the Freeholders and other inhabitants of your town … to assemble at such time and place

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, November 16th, 1776. Sir. The fleet which sailed from New-York and took its course to the Southward with the appearance of a design to enter this River, after keeping that course for some time suddenly altered

In the House of representatives, February 13, 1776. Whereas it appears to this Court, that it will be greatly conducive to the safety and welfare of this and the other colonies, at a time of common danger, that a committee be chosen in each town

By the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a proclamation. The time is at length come, in which the fate of ourselves, our wives, children and posterity must be speedily determined, General Howe, at the Head of a Briti

By the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a proclamation. The time is at length come, in which the fate of ourselves, our wives, children and posterity must be speedily determined, General Howe, at the Head of a Briti

An act for confiscating the property of all such persons, as are inimical to the United States, and of such persons as shall not in a certain time therein mentioned, appear and submit to this state, whether they shall be received as citizens the

State of New Hampshire. In the House of representatives, February 17th, 1778. Voted, That one suitable person be appointed in each regiment of militia in this State, and furnished with proper sums of money from time to time out of the treasury .

State of New Hampshire. In the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-one. An act to ascertain the time for the old continental bills now current in this State, to be received into the Treasury for taxes ... In Council June 30,

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”

“A Representation of Mr. Mazzei’s Conduct, from the time of his appointment to be Agent of the State in Europe untill his return to Virginia”