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Rustic sports in the Park - north view of Harewood House, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Rustic sports in the Park - north view of Harewood House, 1845. Creator: Unknown
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Rescue of the Countess De Burgh, from Montgomery Castle, 1836. Creators: Unknown
Rescue of the Countess De Burgh, from Montgomery Castle, 1836. Creators: Unknown
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Races at Wheat Croft - Col. Thompson's 'Hamlet' winning the Lascelles Cup, 1845
Races at Wheat Croft - Col. Thompson's "Hamlet" winning the Lascelles Cup, 1845
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The Nobility's Ball, in the Banqueting-Room of Harewood House, 1845. Creator: Unknown
The Nobility's Ball, in the Banqueting-Room of Harewood House, 1845. Creator: Unknown
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Grand festivities at Harewood House: triumphal arch - procession of tenantry etc, 1845
Grand festivities at Harewood House: triumphal arch - procession of tenantry etc, 1845
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
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Grand festivities at Harewood House: triumphal arch - procession of tenantry etc, 1845

Grand festivities at Harewood House: triumphal arch - procession of tenantry etc, 1845. Celebrations at Harewood House near Leeds. The events which gave rise to the Festival were the Coming of Age, and Marriage, of Lord Viscount Lascelles, the eldest son of the present Earl of Harewood...In the centre was a large triumphal arch, formed of evergreens and flowers, in which were depicted the Harewood arms, with the word "Welcome," in flowers...The arch was flanked with laurel columns, from the apex of each of which gaily floated a blue, white, or red silken flag. From the above arch a colonnade, connected by festoons, led to the main arch...The whole of these festive decorations were well executed, from designs by, and under the direction of, Mr. Parsons, the superintending architect of the works now proceeding at Harewood House'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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