English: “Humanae vitae conditio”—the state of human life—represented by a tempest-tossed ship
|Source||Iani Iacobi Boissardi Vesuntini Emblematum liber (https://archive.org/details/vesuntiniemblema00bois/page/24/mode/2up)|
English: Sailors on the deck of a ship making the voyage around Cape Horn
|Source||The Century Magazine, 1882 (https://archive.org/stream/centuryillustrat1882newy#page/168/mode/2up)|
From The Wonders of the Universe, 1836.
English: An 1840 illustration of Benjamin Franklin’s kite experiment
|Source||The Youth’s Book on Natural Theology, 1840 (https://archive.org/stream/youthsbookonnatu00gall_1#page/n188/mode/1up)|
From The Affectionate Parent’s Gift, 1828. —The ship in the tempest; survivors bound to planking from the deck; the rescue.