'Henry VII.'s Chapel, Westminster Abbey', 1903. Artist: Unknown
'Henry VII.'s Chapel, Westminster Abbey', 1903. The Henry VII Lady Chapel, now more often known just as the Henry VII Chapel, is a large Lady chapel at the far eastern end of Westminster Abbey, paid for by the will of Henry VII. From Social England, Volume II, edited by H.D. Traill, D.C.L. and J. S. Mann, M.A. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, 1903]
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'Inadequate Description', 1906. Artist: Unknown
'Inadequate Description', 1906. Dougal (to shooting tenant, who has brought out a dog recently purchased at auction, and is now trying to whistle it back from the hill opposite): Hoo was't they describit him in the catalogue, did ye say?. Tenant: It only said, 'From Stranraer'. Dougal: They might ha' said, 'To and from Stranraer!'. Illustration from Punch, or The London Charivari, (15 August 1906).
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Henry Walter Bates (1825-1892) English traveller and naturalist. Artist: Unknown
Henry Walter Bates (1825-1892) English traveller and naturalist. Together with Alfred Russell Wallace, Bates set out to explore the Amazon in 1848. When Bates returned to England in 1859, he brought back 14, 000 specimens, mostly insects, of which more than half were new to science. Here he is seen, with native help, capturing an alligator on the River Amazon. Bates is standing on the river bank, dressed in rather outlandish checked shirt and trousers and wielding a large wooden club. Other natives are shown offering Bates specimens of turtles.
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