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Prints, Hudson River, contd.

Parker at No. 82 in Cornhill. 12 13/163 tre, below: PAINTED ENGRAVED FOR

20 3/16. Line engraving. [About 1759.] THE NEW YORK MIRROR 1834. Entered a. As described. according to the Act of Congress in the year

— Same. EM. 4822 & 10781. 1834 by George P. Morris in the Clerk's Office b. Without C3, and with publication line of the District Court of the Southern District changed to London, published according to of New York. 6x9. Line engraving.

Act of Parliament, May 20, 1761, by Thos. 467. Washington's Head Quarters near New

Jefferys, the Corner of St. Martin's Lane. burgh. | From an original Sketch on the Spot | 474. VIEW ON THE HUDSON FROM by J. W. Hill. 38 x 478. Line engraving. POUGHKEEPSIE. | Hudson Highlands in

Vignette on engraved title-page of W. H. Bartlett's the distance. 3 X4 15/16. Line engraving in “History of the U. S.," vol. 1, N. Y., 1856.

color. 468. WASHINGTON'S HEAD QUARTERS 475. POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. ON THE HUD

NEAR NEWBURGH. Centre below: New SON. THE CITY OF SCHOOLS: title York. Virtue, Emmins & Co. | Entered ac above engraving. Centre: Hatch Co. Trincording to act of Congress in the year 1857 by ity Building, Ini Broadway N. Y.; below: Virtue, Emmins & Co. in the Clerk's Office of PUBLISHED BY EASTMAN NATIONAL the District Court of the Southern District of BUSINESS COLLEGE. 334 x 772. Line enN. Y. 434 x 77. Line engraving.

graving.

At head of printed prospectus. 469. HEAD QUARTERS AT NEWBURGH. Centre: Drawn & Engraved by James Smillie;

476. POUGHKEEPSIE, FROM LEWISBURG. below title: FOR IRVING'S LIFE OF WASH In foreground in centre, a house; at right a INGTON; right: Printed by W. Pate. Upper sailing vessel. 478 x4. Wood engraving. corners rounded; top rises slightly on both EM. 13301. sides to centre. 478x774. Line engraving.

477. WESTERN VIEW OF POUGHKEEPIndia paper.

SIE, N. Y. The above shows the appearance From Washington Irving's “Life of George Washing of Poughkeepsie as seen from the elevated ton," vol. 4, New York, 1861, oppos. p. 400. The woodcut, signed Mumford, oppos. p. 48 of J. F. Wat

bank on the west side of the Hudson, a short son's “Annals... of New York” (Phila., 1846), also gives distance below New | Paltz landing. The a view of the river.

Hotel at the Steamboat landing is seen on the 470. VIEW NEAR FISHKILL. | No. 17 of the extreme right. Left: E. BARTLETT. Border Hudson River Port Folio. Left: Painted by line. 374 x 636; to border, 35/16 x 6 7/16. W. G. Wall; right: Engraved by J. Hill;

Wood engraving. centre, below: Published by Henry I. Megarey

From J.W. Barber's “ Historical Collections of the State New York, and transferred to G

of New York," Improved Edition, N. Y., 1852, p. 84.

& C H . Carvill, New York. Border of two lines. 14 x

478. Call Rock, Poughkeepsie, Arched top. 2178; to border, 14 7/16 x 2112. Aquatint.

4. 15/16 x 3. Wood engraving after J. D. [1824?]

W[oodward.]

From “ The Art Journal," N. Y., 1875, p. 206. 471. VIEW FROM FISHKILL LOOKING TO

WEST POINT. Left: Painted by W. G. 479.* Poughkeepsie Locomotive Engine Factory. Wall; right: Engraved by J. Hill. 1478 x 2038. In lower right corner: LOSSING D. 4 1/16 x Aquatint. EM. 4278.

6 15/16. Wood engraving. About 1855. Trimmed close to title. No. 1 of the “Hudson River 47912. VIEW FROM HYDE PARK. | (Hudson Portfolio."

River.) Left: W. H. Bartlett; right: G. K. 472. A VIEW ON HUDSON RIVER. Left: Richardson; centre, below: London, Published

ALANSON Sc. N. Y. Border of one line. for the Proprietors by Geo. Virtue, 26 Ivy 478 x 578; to border line, 4 3/16 x 5 15/16. Lane, 1837. 458 x 7. Line engraving. Wood engraving. [184-?] Printed text on From W. H. Bartlett's “American Scenery, vol. 1, Lonpage below title; at bottom: Vol. II-N0. 5.

don, 1840, oppos. p. 47. One passage reads: 'When one... is wafted along at the 480. VIEW FROM HYDE PARK. | (Hudson rate of twelve miles an hour in the wonderful steam-boat River.) Left: W. H. Bartlett; right: M. Oswithout sails." The steam-boat is shown in the print.

borne. 458 x 678. Line engraving.

Same design as preceding. Trimmed close to words Poughkeepsie to Cruger's Island.

"Hudson River." 473. A View in Hudson's River of Pakepsey 481. VIEW FROM HYDE PARK. | (Hudson

the Catts-Kill Mountains | From Sopos Island River.) Left: W. H. Bartlett; right: A. L. in Hudson's River (same in French]. Right: Dick; centre, below: Engraved for the Ladies C. 3.; centre: Sketch'd on the SPOT by his Wreath. 4 7/16 x 678. Excellency Governor Pownal, Painted En In "Ladies Wreath," July, 1850. Same design as pre

ceding. graved by Paul Sandby; centre, below: London, Printed for John Bowles at No. 13 in 482. Hudson River. 1 (above Hyde Park). Left: Cornhill. Robert Sayer at No. 53 in Fleet W. H. Bartlett; right: Alfred Jones; centre, Street. Thos. Jeffreys the Corner of St. Mar below: Engraved Expressly for the Evergreen. tin's Lane in the Strand. Carington Bowles 476 x 6 1/16. Line engraving. at No. 69 in St. Pauls Church Yard and Henry Same design as preceding, curtailed a little at the right,

Prints, Hudson River, coitd.

sails; but the reflection of the sails still re483. VIEW FROM HYDE PARK. | (HUDSON mains on the water. RIVER). Large tree in foreground; beyond,

The boat is not mentioned in the text. See note to

no. 626. at left, steamer going down the river. 2 13/16 X 478. Line engraving.

492. Catskill Mountain House. Left: Drawn by Centre portion of same view as preceding, with steamer G. Harvey, right: Engraved by J. Smillie. added.

4 13/16 x 634. Line engraving. 484. VIEW FROM HYDE PARK (HUDSON In “Graham's Magazine," Phila., Dec. 1850, oppos. RIVER) I NEW YORK. Left: DRAWN

p. 361. AFTER NATURE; right: For the Proprietor, 493. THE KATSKILL MOUNTAINS (FROM HERMANN J. MEYER; left, below: Pub HUDSON). Right: Lith. of Sarony & Major lished for HERMANN J. MEYER, 164 Wil 117 Fulton St. N. Y. 372 x 57/8. Lithograph. liam Street, NEW YORK; right below: [About 1850.] Copyright secured according to Act of CON

494. VIEW NEAR HUDSON. | No. 12 of the GRESS. Border of one dotted line. 3 15/16 x

Hudson River Port Folio. Left: Painted by 6778; to border, 4 1/16 x 6 5/16. Line engrav

W. G. Wall; right: Engraved by J. Hill; ing.

centre, below: Published by Henry I. Megarey In the "United States Illustrated,” vol. 1, Part 3,

New York and transferred to. Border of two N. Y., oppos. p. 51.

lines. 14 1/16 x 2118; to border, 1474 x 2138. 485. "On the Rondout Creek. The Hudson Aquatint. [1824?] River in the distance. June 1838.” In lower

495. Ville d'Hudson (same in English, Latin & left corner: Wilbur, June 1838, Smillie House on the Rondout Creek. 91/16 x 13. Wash

German] No. II | Imp. Lith, de Bove, dirigée drawing.

par Noël ainé .; left: Dessiné d'après

nature par Milbert; right: Lithographié par 486. RONDOUT CREEK. 27/2 x 338. Vignette. L Sabatier. Above: 3e Livraison. AMÉRIQUE Wood engraving.

SEPTENTRIONALE-ÉTAT DE NEWFrom B. J. Lossing's "Hudson from the Wilderness to YORK. PL 3. Border of two lines. 79/16 x the Sea," N. Y., 1866, p. 184.

II 3/16; to border line, 778 x 112. Litho487. KINGSTON, NEW YORK.-KRUSE graph. MAN VAN ELTEN. 434 x 6 9/16. Wood

From “Itinéraire pittoresque du fleuve Hudson ...

par J. Milbert," 1828-29. engraving by C. Morand. 488. Summer-House, Cruger's Island. 372 x 574.

496. Vue du port de la ville d'Hudson et des Wood engraving by Richardson after J. D.

montagnes Catskill [same in English, Latin &

German). No. 12 | Imp. Lith. de Bove dirigée W[oodward].

par Noël ainé & Ce.; left: Lithographié par From "The Art Journal,” N. Y., 1875, p. 206.

Bichebois fige. par V. Adam.; right: Dessiné

d'après nature par J. Milbert. Above: 3e The Catskills to Coxsackie.

Livraison. AMÉRIQUE SEPTENTRION489. SKETCH of the TOWN of KAATS'

ALE-ÉTAT DE NEW-YORK. Pl. 3. KILL, HUDSON'S RIVER. Left: B. T. sc.;

Border of two lines. 7 11/16 XII 5/16. Lithoright: A. P. Fecit. 35/8 x 67/2. Line engraving

graph, India paper. EM. 4277. by Benjamin Tanner.

From “ Itinéraire pittoresque du fleuve Hudson ...,"

par J. Milbert, 1828-29. In "The New-York Magazine," Sept., 1797, opposite p. 449.

497. VIEW OF HUDSON CITY AND THE 490. VIEW FROM THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE, CATSKILL MOUNTAINS. Left: W. H.

CATSKILL. [title also in French and Ger Bartlett; right: R. Brandard. 4 13/16 x 774. man). Left: W. H. Bartlett; right: R. Brand Line engraving. ard; centre, below: London, Published for the ! From W. H. Bartlett's “American Scenery," vol. 2, Proprietors by Geo. Virtue 26 Ivy Lane, 1839. London, 1840, oppos. p. 67. 4 11/16 x 6 13/16. Line engraving.

498. VIEW OF HUDSON CITY AND THE In W. H. Bartlett's “American Scenery," vol. 2, Lon CATSKILL MOUNTAINS. Left: W. H. don, 1840, oppos. p. 102. The river is seen in the distance.

Bartlett; right: A. L. Dick. 478x7 1/16. 491. Catskill Mountains and the Steam Boat Line engraving.

on the Hudson River. Left: Sketched by J. Same design as preceding. Glennie Esqr.; right: Hewitt Sc. Border of

499. VIEW OF HUDSON-CITY AND THE two lines at left, top and right. 3 13/16 x 674;

CATSKILL MOUNTAINS. Left: DRAWN to border, 378 x 638. Line engraving.

AFTER NATURE; right: For the Proprietor: *a. With sails on the steam-boat. Proof.

HERMANN J. MEYER; left, below: Pub- Same.

lished for PAUL BERNHARD, 164 William In “The Port Folio, third series, conducted by Oliver Street, NEW YORK; right, below: CopyOldschool, Esq.," vol. 2, no. 5, Nov. 1813, oppos. p. 153. right secured according to ACT OF CONb. With a border of two lines at left, top

GRESS. Border of one line. 4 9/16 x 678; to and right. Size to border 378 x 638. A dif

border, 4 11/16 x 7. Line engraving. ferent boat substituted, violently churning the Design adapted from Bartlett's (no. 497). water, flying the American flag and without a. As described.

Prints, Hudson River, cont'd.

right: Dessiné d'après nature par J. Milbert. b. With HERRMANN J. MEYER instead Above: 4e Livraison. AMÉRIQUE SEPTENof PAUL BERNHARD.

TRIONALE-ÉTAT DE NEW-YORK PL 1. In the " United States Illustrated," edited by Charles

Border of two lines. 738 x1174; to border A. Dana. Vol. 1, Part 2, N. Y. [185-9], oppos. p. 37.

line, 7 15/16 x 1134. Lithograph. India paper. 500. SOUTH EASTERN VIEW OF HUDSON

EM. 11468. CITY, N. Y., FROM ACADEMY, OR PROS-|

From "Itinéraire pittoresque du fleuve Hudson, par J.

Milbert,"' 1828-29. PECT HILL. | The principal street in Hudson, one mile in length, is seen in the central part 508. A VIEW OF ALBANY, N. Y. At the of the engraving. The village of Athens ap left, in foreground, a steamer going up the pears on the opposite | bank of the Hudson; river; at the right, two sailing vessels. 574x the Cattskill Mountains are seen in the ex 858. Wood engraving. [183-?] treme distance, on the left. Border line. 214 x 63/6: to border. 2 5/16 x 61. Wood en- | 509. ALBANY, FROM VAN-UNSSELAENS graving by E. Bartlett.

ISLAND. Left: Drawn by G. Wall.; right: From J. W. Barber's "Historical Collections of the State Engraved & Printed by Fenner Sears & Co.; of New York," improved edition, N. Y., 1852, oppos. p. 76. centre, below: London, Published Jan. 1831 by 501. At HUDSON, N. Y. Over right upper

1. T. Hinton & Simpkin & Marshall. Over corner: 12. At right in foreground a small

upper right corner: 15. One border line on house; at left a railway train and railway

left and top and two on right and bottom.

3 7/16 x 6; to border, 334 x 6 5/16. Line enbridge. About 1828 ? 558 x 834. Lithograph.

graving. 502. Hudson, from Four-mile Point. 3 x 7. a. As described. India paper. EM. 10396.

Arched top. Wood engraving after J. D. b. With -UNSSELAENS changed to W [oodward].

RENNSELAER'S. 503. VIEW NEAR COXSACKIE. HUDSON

From "History and topography of the United States,"

edited by J. H. Hinton, London, 1832, vol. 2, op. p. 489. RIVER. Right: Leney Sct. Border of one

c. With added work as in line at left and top, two at right and bottom.

reflection of 3 7/16 x 5 11/16; to border 3 9/16 x 5 13/16.

cows. Ornamental border added, with vig

nettes below to left (DUTCH TREATY Line engraving.

WITH THE INDIANS) and to right (SURFrom “ The Port Folio," 3d series, conducted by Oliver Oldschool, Esq., v. 1, no. 1, Jan. 1813, oppos. p. 1.

RENDER TO THE ENGLISH). Former lettering replaced by ALBANY, FROM VAN

RENSSALAER'S ISLAND. Centre, below: Albany.

J. & F. TALLIS, LONDON & NEW YORK. 504. A VIEW of RENSSELAERVILLE MANU- | Size with border 6% x 758.

FACTORY | The property of Mr. JAMES
CALDWELL of the City of | Albany, Mer-

510. ALBANY, FROM VAN-UNSSELAENS

ISLAND. Left: G. Wall del.; right: J. chant, with a distant Prospect of Hudsons River"and the Seat of Stephen Van Rens

Archer, Sc. One border line at left and top selaer Esquire. Left: In possession of Gavit

and two at right and bottom. 4. 11/16 x Co., Albany, N. Y.; right: Tiebout Sculp.

7 11/16; to borderline, 4 15/16 x 8 1/16. 1792. 67/16 x 1178. Reproduction of line

Same design as preceding, engraved on a larger scale. engraving. EM. 3547.

a. As described.

From "History and topography of the U.S., edited by 505.CITY OF ALBANY, in the STATE OF

J. H. Hinton," new edition, vol. 2, Boston, 1834, oppos. NEW YORK. Centre, above title: Drawn by p. 387. G. Kane, June 4, 1819Engraved by T. Dixon.; b. With Vol. II, page 384 below title to centre, below: Published by Henry Fisher, right. Caxton, Liverpool, Octr. 21, 1819. Border of c. With Albany from Van-Unsselaen's Istwo lines. 5 12/16 x 8; to border 5 15/16 x land in script; no other lettering. Many added 8 3/16.

vertical lines in water, beneath trees and boat. A view of the city from the east shore. The steamboat EM. 4298. is probably the “Chancellor Livingston." 506. ENTRANCE OF THE CANAL INTO

51012. VIEW of ALBANY. Left: Wall del; THE HUDSON AT ALBANY. Left:J. Eights

right: Ch: Daumerlang Sc.; centre, above del. 2 15/16 x 5 13/16. Line engraving.

title: Fr: Geissler direx:; centre, below:

Philadelphia: N. A. Bibl. Inst.; over upper On plan, “ Geological profile extending from the Atlantic to Lake Erie," in W. L. Stone's "Narrative of the right corner: LINII. 378 x 6. Line engravfestivities observed in honor of the completion of the ing. grand Erie Canal," N. Y., 1825.

In "Our Globe. A Universal picturesque album. Edited - Same, cut from map. EM. 11421.

by the North-American Bibliographic Institution in Phila.

delphia," vol. 1 (185-]. Reproduced in M. A. Hamm's Famous families of New York," N. Y., (1902), vol. 1, p. 48.

511. ALBANY. Two men in foreground at The river itself is not shown.

right; beyond, steamer FULTON going up 507. Ville d'Albany, Capitale de l'état de New

the river. Border of one line. 3 5/16 x 574; York [and same in English, Latin & German]

to border, 3 5/12 x 538. Line engraving. No. 13. | Imp. Lith. de Bove dirigée par Noël ainé & Cie.; left: Lithographié par Deroy; || - Same. EM. 12470.

Prints, Hudson River, contd.

522. ALBANY AS SEEN FROM THE HUD512. ALBANY. Man in foreground at right;

SON RIVER. 5 1/16 x 1878. Half-tone from two boys in foreground centre. Left: W. H. photograph. 1899 ? Bartlett; right: C. Cousen. Line engraving.

In “ Albany, New York,'a pamphlet issued in 190- by

the Albany Chamber of Commerce. 4 17/24 x 7 1/16. From W. H. Bartlett's “American Scenery," vol. 1, London, 1840, oppos. p. 22; also in W. H. Bartlett's “ His

Troy to the Source. tory of the United States of North America," vol. 1., N. Y., 1856, oppos. p. 122

523. VIEW FROM MOUNT IDA. | (Near

Troy). [title also in French and German]. 513. ALBANY. Left: W. H. Bartlett; right:

Left: W. H. Bartlett; right: R. Wallis; cenA. L. Dick. 4 11/16 x7 1/24. Line engray

tre, below: London, Published for the Proing.

prietors by Geo. Virtue, 26 Ivy Lane, 1839. Same design as preceding.

478 x 7 3/16. Line engraving. 514. View of Albany. Centre: Eng'd by D. G.

In W. Á. Bartlett's “ American Scenery," vol. 2, Lon

don, 1840, oppos. p. 85. Thompson. 4 13/16 x 7. Line engraving.

524. VIEW FROM MOUNT IDA I (Near Same design as preceding, except that figures in foreground have been replaced by two men, rowing, in a boat.

Troy). Left: W. H. Bartlett; right: Dick sc.

478 x 774. Line engraving. 515. CITY OF ALBANY. Left: B. F. Smith,

Same design as preceding. From " Ladies' Companion," del.; right: Gavit & Duthie; centre: Entered N. Y., Sept., 1840. according to Act of Congress, Nov. 23, 1847,

525. MOUNT IDA. | On the Hudson. 4. 11/16 by E. Van Scaack in the Clerk's Office of the

x 778. Line engraving. Northern District of the State of New York.

Same design as preceding. 4 5/12 x 7 5/16. Line engraving.

526. Chûte dans le Mont Ida, audessus de la 516. ALBANY. Left: Drawn by J. R. Smith; ville de Troye (and same in English, Latin &

right: C. A. & Co. Sc. Lancaster. Border of Germanl No. 15. | Imp. Lith. de Bove dirigée one line at left and top and two at right and par Noël ainé Ce.; left: Dessiné d'après bottom. 5 7/16 x 778; to border, 572x7 15/16. nature par L. Sabatier; right: Lithographié par Line engraving.

Bichebois. Above: 4e Livraison. AMÉRIQUE

SEPTENTRIONALE-ÉTAT DE NEW 517. ALBANY above. Centre, below: New

YORK. Pl. 3. Border of two lines. 7 11/16 x York Paris published by Goupil, Vibert &

11 3/16; to border, 8 1/16 x 115g. LithoCo. | 39 | GENERAL VIEW | Entered ac

graph. India paper. cording to act of Congress, in the year 1850,

In “Itinéraire pittoresque du fleuve Hudson, ... par by Aug. Köllner in the Clerk's Office of the J. Milbert," 1828 29. District Court for the Southern District of

527. TROY. | Taken from the West bank of the New York. Border of two lines. 77/16 x

Hudson, in front of the United States Arsenal. 11 1/16; to border, 7 13/16 XII 7/16. Litho

Left: W. J. Bennett; right: Engd. by W. J. graph.

Bennett; centre: New York, Published by 518. S. E. VIEW OF ALBANY, FROM GREEN John Levison 341 Broadway. 1534 x 2572.

BUSH FERRY. | The City and State Halls, Aquatint. [183-?] each surmounted with a dome, are seen tower

528. [View on the Upper Hudson, 1903.] 5%8x ing above the other buildings on the hill on

938. Photograph. which Albany is mostly built. The l entrance of the Erie Canal is seen on the right; the

529. View of the West Bank of the Hudson's South Greenbush Ferry Landing on the left.

River 3 Miles above Still Water, upon which Left: J. W. Barber, del.; right: Sherman & the Army under the command of Lt. General Smith, sc. N. Y. 338 x 678. Line engraving.

Burgoyne, took post on the 20th. Sepr. 1777. | From J. W. Barber's “ Historical Collections of the

(Shewing General Frazer's Funeral.) Right: State of New York," improved edition, N. Y., 1852, oppos. Barlow Sculp.; centre, below: Published as p. 48.

the Act directs, Jany. 1, 1789, by William 519. VIEW OF ALBANY, N. Y., FROM 1 Lane, Leadenhall Street, London. 734 x 1578.

GREENBUSH. At right in the foreground, Line engraving. EM. 8121 & 10999. figures of four men and a woman; to the left,

From Thomas Anbury's "Travels through the interior

parts of America," London, 1789, oppos. p. 432. a railway train. 574 x 938. Wood engraving. From “Gleason's Pictorial Drawing Room Companion."

530. Lady Harriet Ackland. Left: Drawn &

Engraved by Robt. Pollard; right: Aquatinta 520*. SNOW SCENE IN ALBANY, NEW by F. Jukes. London, Pubd. Novr. 15;

YORK. 5 13/16 x 978. Wood engraving. Pub 1784 by R. Pollard No. 7, Brayne's Row Spa lished about 1856.

Fields; centre, below, four lines of description, View of the city from the east shore. The river is frozen

beginning This amiable Lady and ending Virover, and railway passengers, with their baggage, are being carried across the ice in very large bob-sleds drawn

tue so justly merited; right, below: See G. by horses.

Burgoyne's Narrative. 1578 x 20 11/16. En

graving in line and aquatint. 521. VIEW OF ALBANY FROM BATH. “Before [Lady Harriet) left New York a painting repLeft: Drawn by J. Kirk; right: Engd. & resenting her standing in a boat, with a white handker

chief in her hand as a flag of truce, was exhibited at the Printed by J. E. Gavit. Vign. 1 3/16 x 6.

royal academy, London."- Appleton's Cyclopedia of Line engraving. EM. 11320.

American Biography, vol. 1, N. Y., 1888, p. 9.

Prints, Hudson River, contd.

538. Moulins à Scies au village de Glenns [and 531. LADY ACKLAND'S VISIT TO THE the same in English, Latin & German] No. 23

CAMP OF GENL. GATES. | From the origi Imp. Lith. de Bove dirigée par Noël ainé & nal picture by Alonzo Chappel in the posses

Ce.; left: Lithographié par Villeneuve; right: sion of the Publishers. Johnson, Fry & Co. Dessiné d'après nature par J. Milbert. Above: Publishers, New York. | Entered according to be Livraison. AMÉRIQUE SEPTENTRIOact of Congress A. D. 1857, by Johnson, Fry

NALE-ÉTAT DE NEW YORK. Pl. 3. & Co. in ... New York. 548 x 7 3/16. Line

Border of two lines. 758 XII 15/16; to border, engraving.

878 X II 13/16. Lithograph. India paper. EM.

4401. 532. A VIEW ON THE HUDSON AT From “Itinéraire pittoresque du fleuve Hudson ...

SCHUYLERVILLE. Half-tone from photo par J. Milbert," 1828-29. graph by Silas A. Lottridge.

539. BRIDGE AT GLENS FALL. 1 (on the From "The Mail and Express Illustrated Magazine,"

Hudson). Left: W. H. Bartlett; right: P. W. Aug. 3, 1903.

Topham; left, below: PONT À GLENS 533. VIEW NEAR FORT MILLER. | No. 10 of

FALL; right below: DIE BRÜCKE ZU the Hudson River Port Folio. Left: PAINTED

GLENS FALL; centre, below: LONDON, BY W. G. WALL; right: ENGRAVED BY

Published for the Proprietors by Geo. Virtue, J. HILL; centre, below: Published by Henry

26 Ivy Lane, 1839. 434 x 7 5/16. Line en1. Megarey, New York. Border of two lines.

graving. 14 x 2078; to border, 14%8 X 2138. Aquatint. From W. H. Bartlett's “ American Scenery," vol. 2, [1824?]

London, 1840, oppos. p. 84. - Same. EM. 4395 & 8066.

540. THE JUNCTION OF THE SACANDAGÅ

AND HUDSON RIVERS. | No. 2 of the Hud534. Chûtes générales de l'Hudson à Sandy Hill

son River Port Folio. Left: Painted by W. G. [and same in English, Latin & German]

Wall; right: Engraved by I. R. Smith; cenNo. 19. Imp. Lith. de Bove dirigée par Noël

tre, below: Published by H. 1. Megarey ainé et Compe.; left: Lithographié par A,

W. B. Gilley New York John Mill CharlesArnout; right: Dessiné d'après nature par J. Milbert. Above: 5me Livraison. AMÉRIQUE

ton S. C. | Printed by Rollinson. Border of

two lines. SEPTENTRIONALE-ÉTAT DE NEW

14 x 2194; to border line, 14%8 x YORK. Pl. 3. Border of two lines. 75/8 x

2138. Aquatint. [1824?] 11 5/16; to border, 8 1/16 x 11 13/16. Litho- | 541. Débarcadaire de Jessups (and same in Enggraph. India paper. EM. 4400 & 8067.

'lish, Latin & German]. No. 26 | Imp. Lith. From "Itinéraire pittoresque du fleuve Hudson, par de Henry Gaugain; left: Lithographié par L. J. Milbert," 1828-29.

Sabatier; right: Dessiné d'après nature par J. 535. Cours de l'Hudson et Moulins, près Sandy

Milbert. Above: 7me Livraison. AMÉRIQUE

SEPTENTRIONALE-ÉTAT DE NEW. Hill [and same in English, Latin & German).

YORK. Pl. 2. No. 20. | Imp. Lith. de Bove dirigée par Noël

Border of two lines. 734 x

11/4; to border, 8 1/16 x 1158. Lithograph. ainé & Ce.; left: Lithographié par Sabatier;

From “ Itinéraire pittoresque du fleuve Hudson ... par right: Dessiné d'après nature par J. Milbert.

J. Milbert,” 1828-29.
Above: 5e Livraison. AMÉRIQUE SEPTEN-
TRIONALE-ÉTAT DE NEW YORK. Pl. 4.

542. Pont sur lHudson, près Lucerne [and same Border of two lines. 7 13/16 XII 5/16; to

in English, Latin & German] No. 25 | Imp. border, 874 x 1134. Lithograph. India paper.

Lith, de Henry Gaugain; left: Lithographie EM. 4299.

par Bichebois; right: Dessiné d'après nature From "Itinéraire pittoresque du fleuve Hudson, par

par J. Milbert. Above: 7me Livraison. J. Milbert," 1828-29,

AMÉRIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE-ÉTAT

DE NEW-YORK. Pl. 3. Border of two 536. GLENNS FALLS | No. 6 of the Hudson

lines. 734 x 1174; to border, 8%8 X 1158. LithoRiver Port Folio. Left: Painted by W. G.

graph. Wall; right: Engraved by I. Hill; centre, be

From “ Itinéraire pittoresque du fleuve Hudson, par low: Published by Henry 1. Megary, New J. Milbert," 1828-29. York and transferred to G & C. & H. Carvill, New York. Border of two lines. 14 X 21 1/16;

543. Moulins près de Luzerne, vers les Sources

de l'Hudson (and same in English, Latin & to border, 14 3/16 x 2174. Aquatint. [1824?]

German]. "No. 25 1/2" in MS. | Imp. Lith. 537. Chûtes de l'Hudson au village de Gleens de Bove dirigée par Noël ainé & Ce.; left:

(and same in English, Latin & German] Lithographié par Bichebois; right: Dessiné No. 22: | Imp. Lith. de Bove dirigée par Noël d'après nature par J. Milbert. Above: AMÉRainé et Ce.; left: Lithographié par Tirpenne;

IQUE SEPTENTRIONALE-ÉTAT DE right: Dessiné d'après nature par J. Milbert.

NEW-YORK. Border of two lines. 734 x Above: be Livraison. AMÉRIQUE SEPTEN IL 5/16; to border, 876 XII 11/16. LithoTRIONALE-ÉTAT DE NEW YORK. Pl. 2. graph. [1828-9] Border of two lines. 772 X 11 5/16; to border, From "Itinéraire pittoresque du fleuve Hudson," by

J. Milbert, 1828-29. In the book itself the oval space for 7 15/16 X II 13/16. Lithograph. India paper.

the number is blank. EM. 4402. From " Itinéraire pittoresque du fleuve Hudson,” by J.

544. HADLEY'S FALLS. | No. 5 of the Hudson Milbert, 1828-29.

River Port Folio. Left: Painted by W. G.

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