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Note of Tournai use; rubric, initials, placemarker.

28 CE: Pilate has set up effigies of the emperor Tiberius throughout Jerusalem. The Jews implore him to remove the statues and offer their necks to the sword, saying that they would rather die than transgress their ancient law. 28 CE: The Jews are infuriated by Pilate's plan to use the assets of the Temple treasury for the construction of a fifty-mile aqueduct. They surround his entourage when he visits Jerusalem, but soldiers in plain clothes, planted in the crowd, cudgel some of the protesters to death.

Horae, B.M.V. use of Rome

A Shield is of no Use when Fortune Turns Her Back from Six Sayings about Fortune

Parte di ampio magnifico Porto all'uso degli antichi Romani, ove si scuopre l'interno della gran Piazza pel Comercio... (Part of a spacious and magnificent Harbor for the use of the ancient Romans opening onto a large market square...), from Opere Varie di Archiettura, prospettive, grotteschi, antichità; inventate, ed incise da Giambattista Piranesi Architetto Veneziano (Various Works of Architecture, perspectives, grotesques, and antiquities; designed and etched by Giambattista Piranesi, Venetian Architect)

Mr. Kellom Tomlinson, author of the original Art of dancing, composer, writer of dances, and their music for the use & entertainment of the public

Necessaries to be provided by the Master or Purser of each Transport Vessel, for the Use of the Forces on board; for providing which a Half-penny Sterling a Day will be allowed for every Soldier on board, for the Number of Days he is victualed, and two Mo

A chart of New York Harbour : with the soundings, views of land marks and nautical directions for the use of pilotage

A chart of New York Harbour : with the soundings, views of land marks and nautical directions for the use of pilotage

Devonshire from "[England Delineated; or, a Geographical description of every county in England and Wales; with a concise account of its most important products, natural and artificial. For the use of young persons.]"

Dorsetshire from "[England Delineated; or, a Geographical description of every county in England and Wales; with a concise account of its most important products, natural and artificial. For the use of young persons.]"

Design for a Metal Footed Vessel (for liturgical use?)

United Kingdom from "[England Delineated; or, a Geographical description of every county in England and Wales; with a concise account of its most important products, natural and artificial. For the use of young persons.]"

Plate 16 from 'The Disasters of War' (Los Desastres de La Guerra):' They make use of them.' (Se aprovechan.)

Plate 16 from 'The Disasters of War' (Los Desastres de la Guerra):' They make use of them.' (Se aprovechan.)

Plate 24 from 'The Disasters of War' (Los Desastres de la Guerra):' They can still be of use.' (Aun podrán servir)

Plate 16 from 'The Disasters of War' (Los Desastres de la Guerra):' They make use of them.' (Se aprovechan.)

Plate 24 from 'The Disasters of War' (Los Desastres de la Guerra):' They can still be of use.' (Aun podrán servir)

Plate 59 from 'The Disasters of War' (Los Desastres de la Guerra): 'What is the use of a cup?' ( De qué sirve una taza?)

Plate 58 from 'The Disasters of War' (Los Desastres de la Guerra): 'It's no use crying out' (Ho hay que dar voces.)

Plate 58 from 'The Disasters of War' (Los Desastres de la Guerra): 'It's no use crying out' (Ho hay que dar voces.)

Plate 17 of the 'Tauromaquia': The Moors use donkeys as a barrier to defend themselves against the bull whose horns have been tipped with balls.

[Men use walking sticks and carrying sacks or baskets.]]

[Fishermen work inside boats at low tide. Men use a shipbuilding tool.]]

Plan of the city of New York : for the use of strangers

people from "[Rules of good deportment, or of good breeding, for the use of youth.]"

oldest church in continuous ecclesiastical use in the United States from "Historical Collections ... relating to the history and antiquities of every town in Massachusetts, with geographical descriptions. [With illustrations.]"

cover from "Information relative to New Zealand, for the use of Colonists. [With maps.]"

Pantheon. The gods instructing the king in the use of the bow.

Robin Hood from "A Lytell Geste of Robin Hode, with other ancient & modern ballads and songs relating to this celebrated yeoman. To which is prefixed his history and character, grounded upon other documents than those made use of by ... “Mister Ritson.” Edited by J. M. Gutch"

flora from "Elements of Geology; including fossil botany and palæontology. A popular treatise ... designed for the use of schools and general readers"

Picture Book on the Use of Coloring, first volume (Ehon saishikitsū shohen)

Vaulted cemetery from "Traditions of De-coo-dah, and Antiquarian Researches: comprising extensive explorations ... of the ... earthen remains of the Mound Builders in America; the traditions of the last Prophet of the Elk Nation relative to their origin and use: and the evidences of an ancient population more numerous than the present Aborigines"

cuthbert from "A brief Sketch of Durham. Compiled for the use of the ... deputies of the ... Order of Odd-fellows ... attending the annual ... Committee of the Order held at D., etc. [With illustrations.]"

Erie Canal from "[A System of Geography, for the use of Schools. Illustrated with more than fifty cerographic maps, and numerous wood-cut engravings.]"

Building bridges over the Georgetown and Alexandria Canal for the use of the soldiers. Fort McQuade. . . .

Henrico County, Virginia: prepared under the direction of Lieut. Col. J.N. Macomb, A.D.C., Chf. Topl. Engr. for the use of Maj. Gen. Geo. B. McClellan, commanding Army of Potomac, 1862

Sketch shewing size and form of that part of the metropolitan railway, now in use.

technology from "Notices of Mining Machinery and various mechanical appliances in use chiefly in the Pacific States and Territories, for mining, raising, and working ores, etc"

Mott's latrines for use in railroad depots, hotels, hospitals, aslums, factories, and other public institutions.

Lavatories for use in steamships, yachts, offices, etc. Plate 1045-G and Plate 1046-G.

Lavatories and wash sinks for use in hospitals, asylums, factories, barracks, etc. Plate 1123-G.

Mott's folding lavatories. For use in offices, ships, etc. Plate 1051-G, Plate 1052-G.

A village threshing floor. Showing a primitive threshing-sledge drawn by buffaloes, and a peasant separating the chaff from the grain with a winnowing fork. The huts of the village are formed of mud and sun-dried bricks, roofed with palm tree rafters thatched with stalks of Indian corn, palm leaves, and old mats. The dark patches on the mud walls represent cakes of fuel made of dung and straw ; when thoroughly dry they are stored for use.

A street barber's stall, with a ragged canopy ready for use as protection from sun or rain. The street barber is only employed by those who are too poor to go to the commodious barbers' shops.

A well in the plain of Philistia. Around it there were a few rudely formed cup-shaped stone water-troughs for the use of flocks and herds.

Bâb Shurky (East Gate), Damascus, an ancient Roman portal with three arches. The central and southern ones are now built up; the northern arch, now in use, is concealed by the Saracenic Gate, at right-angles with it. The Great Mosque can be seen in the distance.

Tomb of Eleazar, under an ancient terebinth-tree, on an eminence to the west of the village of 'Awertah (Gibeah Phinehas). Water-carriers filling a water-jar for the use of visitors to the shrine.

General view of 'Akka from the North- East, Carmel in the distance. More than half the space within the walls is occupied by government buildings and barracks. On the right is the great mosque of Jezzar Pasha, with its curiously butressed dome. It stands in a square court surrounded by domed chambers for the use of the mosque attendents and pilgrims. A steamer is approaching the town of Haifa, at the foot of Mount Carmel.

diagram from "A Treatise on Marine Surveying: prepared for the use of younger Naval Officers, etc"

diagram from "A Treatise on Marine Surveying: prepared for the use of younger Naval Officers, etc"

diagram from "A Treatise on Marine Surveying: prepared for the use of younger Naval Officers, etc"

Churches from "A Practical Guide to the English Lake District for the use of pedestrians"

Cumbria from "A Practical Guide to the English Lake District for the use of pedestrians"

Cumbria from "A Practical Guide to the English Lake District for the use of pedestrians"

Sprinkling Tarn from "A Practical Guide to the English Lake District for the use of pedestrians"

Cumbria from "A Practical Guide to the English Lake District for the use of pedestrians"

architecture from "A Guide to Trinidad. A handbook for the use of tourists and visitors ... Second edition, revised and illustrated"

American Civil War from "A history of the United States and its people, for the use of Schools"

profile from "A history of the United States and its people, for the use of Schools"

Indian manner of broiling in 1585 from "A history of the United States and its people, for the use of Schools"

Mott's Open Lavatory. For use in barber shops.

technology from "The Universal Mining Code for the use of mining companies, mining engineers ... The Code words specially selected to comply with the Telegraph Convention rules, by G. Ager"

technology from "The Universal Mining Code for the use of mining companies, mining engineers ... The Code words specially selected to comply with the Telegraph Convention rules, by G. Ager"

technology from "The Universal Mining Code for the use of mining companies, mining engineers ... The Code words specially selected to comply with the Telegraph Convention rules, by G. Ager"

technology from "The Universal Mining Code for the use of mining companies, mining engineers ... The Code words specially selected to comply with the Telegraph Convention rules, by G. Ager"

technology from "The Universal Mining Code for the use of mining companies, mining engineers ... The Code words specially selected to comply with the Telegraph Convention rules, by G. Ager"

scale from "The Universal Mining Code for the use of mining companies, mining engineers ... The Code words specially selected to comply with the Telegraph Convention rules, by G. Ager"

technology from "The Universal Mining Code for the use of mining companies, mining engineers ... The Code words specially selected to comply with the Telegraph Convention rules, by G. Ager"

technology from "The Universal Mining Code for the use of mining companies, mining engineers ... The Code words specially selected to comply with the Telegraph Convention rules, by G. Ager"

No use das man darüber talken thut

Hungary from "[Outlines of Geography for the use of lower and middle forms of schools and of candidates for the Army Preliminary Examinations ... With numerous maps.]"

No use das man darüber talken thut

No use das man darüber talken thut

No use das man darüber talken thut

North America from "[Outlines of Geography for the use of lower and middle forms of schools and of candidates for the Army Preliminary Examinations ... With numerous maps.]"

Belgium from "[Outlines of Geography for the use of lower and middle forms of schools and of candidates for the Army Preliminary Examinations ... With numerous maps.]"

diagram from "The Practice and Science of Mining Engineering: a manual adapted for the use of mine owners, etc"

I'll use my Gattlin gun on him

I'll use my Gattlin gun on him

I'll use my Gattlin gun on him

I'll use my Gattlin gun on him

H. P. Hood & Sons, The Most Sanitary Milk Depot in N. E. , Automatic Filling and Sealing without the use of hands

What's the use of hangin' round when you aint got the price

What's the use of hangin' round when you aint got the price

There aint no use to keep on hanging around

What's the use of hangin' round when you aint got the price

Canada from "New Canadian Geography specially adapted for use in Public and High Schools"

What's the use of hangin' round when you aint got the price

There aint no use to keep on hanging around

What's the use of hangin' round when you aint got the price

What's the use of hangin' round when you aint got the price

There aint no use to keep on hanging around

There aint no use to keep on hanging around

What's the use of hangin' round when you aint got the price

What's the use of hangin' round when you aint got the price

North America from "New Canadian Geography specially adapted for use in Public and High Schools"

St. Louis & San Francisco Rail Road Company, Property to be Acquired for use as Stock Pens at Beggs, Creek Nation, I.T.

A group of laborers appear to be cleaning building blocks for later use in the rebuilding of San Francisco. A soldier with a Springfield Rifle 03 is picking up something. On April 18, 1906 at 5:15 AM a quake of 8.25 on the Richter scale hit San Francisco. Greater destruction came from the fires afterwards. The city burned for three days. The combination destroyed 490 city blocks and 25,000 buildings, leaving 250,000 homeless and killing between 450 and 700. Estimated damages, over $350 million

Some constructional and decorative woods in use during the eighteenth century.