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George Frederick Raymond Collection

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Richard I, (1157-1199), c1787

Richard I, (1157-1199), c1787. King of England from 6 July 1189 until his death, known as Richard Coeur de Lion or Richard the Lionheart because of his reputation as a great military leader

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: The Right Honourable the Earl of Chatham seized with a Fit in the House of Peers, c1787

The Right Honourable the Earl of Chatham seized with a Fit in the House of Peers, c1787
The Right Honourable the Earl of Chatham seized with a Fit in the House of Peers previous to his death, c1787. From A New

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Lady Bruce, Sister of Robert Bruce, King of Scotland, confined in a Cage, c1787

Lady Bruce, Sister of Robert Bruce, King of Scotland, confined in a Cage, c1787
Lady Bruce, Sister of Robert Bruce, King of Scotland, confined in a Cage & exposed on the Battlements of Roxburgh Castle by order of Edward I. King of Scotland, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Edward III, c1787

Edward III, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence, to the Winter of the Year 1784

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: The Duke of Gloucester (afterwards Richard III) in Council, c1787

The Duke of Gloucester (afterwards Richard III) in Council, c1787
The Duke of Gloucester (afterwards Richard III.) in Council, showing his Shrivelled Arm and accusing the Queen Dowager of Edward IV of having occasioned it by Witchcraft, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Charles II, c1787

Charles II, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence, to the Winter of the Year 1784

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Edward II, c1787

Edward II, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence, to the Winter of the Year 1784

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: George II, c1787

George II, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence, to the Winter of the Year 1784

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: James I, c1787

James I, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence, to the Winter of the Year 1784

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Oliver Cromwell (attended by a City of Soldiers) dissolving the Long Parliament. Anno 1653, c1787

Oliver Cromwell (attended by a City of Soldiers) dissolving the Long Parliament. Anno 1653, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Edward The Black Prince, c1787

Edward The Black Prince, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence, to the Winter of the Year 1784

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Submission of the Britons to the Roman Emperor Claudius, c1787

Submission of the Britons to the Roman Emperor Claudius, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Odo Bishop of Bayeaux, Earl of Kent, Taken Prisoner by his Brother William the Conqueror, c1787

Odo Bishop of Bayeaux, Earl of Kent, Taken Prisoner by his Brother William the Conqueror, c1787
Odo Bishop of Bayeaux and Earl of Kent, Taken Prisoner by his Brother William the Conqueror, for illegally amassing immense sums of the Public Money, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: King Charles the First after his retreat from York to Nottingham, c1787

King Charles the First after his retreat from York to Nottingham, c1787
King Charles the First after his retreat from York to Nottingham, ordering the Royal Standard to be erected on the Castle, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: King Charles the First in the House of Commons, c1787

King Charles the First in the House of Commons, c1787
King Charles the First in the House of Commons, demanding the Five impeached Members to be delivered up to his Authority, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: The Bishops of Stasaph-Chester-Bath & Wells- Ely and Peterborough, c1787

The Bishops of Stasaph-Chester-Bath & Wells- Ely and Peterborough, c1787
The Bishops of Stasaph-Chester-Bath & Wells- Ely and Peterborough, presenting their Petition to King James II, before their commitment to the Tower by Judge Jeffries, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: James II, c1787

James II, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence, to the Winter of the Year 1784

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Single Combat between King Edmund II and Canute the Great on the Isle of Abney, 1787

Single Combat between King Edmund II and Canute the Great on the Isle of Abney, 1787
Single Combat between King Edmund II and Canute the Great on the Isle of Abney in the presence of both their Armies, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Joan of Arc commonly called the Maid of Orleans (receiving the Sword of St. Catherine), c1787

Joan of Arc commonly called the Maid of Orleans (receiving the Sword of St. Catherine), c1787
Joan of Arc commonly called the Maid of Orleans (receiving the Sword of St. Catherine) previous to raising the Siege of that City and defeating the English Forces, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Varus, the cruel Governor of Meaux executed, 1787

Varus, the cruel Governor of Meaux executed, 1787
Varus, the cruel Governor of Meaux executed, on the same Tree whereon he used wantonly to hang his English Prisoners in the Reign of Henry 5, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Edward, Prince of Wales, Son of Henry III, killing the Saracen Assassin, c1787

Edward, Prince of Wales, Son of Henry III, killing the Saracen Assassin, c1787
Edward, Prince of Wales, Son of Henry III, killing the Saracen Assassin, who had wounded him with a poisons dagger in Palestine, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Edward V, c1787

Edward V, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence, to the Winter of the Year 1784

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Richard III, c1787

Richard III, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence, to the Winter of the Year 1784

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: William II. Surnamed Rufus, c1787

William II. Surnamed Rufus, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence, to the Winter of the Year 1784

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: William the Conqueror, c1787

William the Conqueror, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence, to the Winter of the Year 1784

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: George I, c1787

George I, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence, to the Winter of the Year 1784

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: William III, c1787

William III, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence, to the Winter of the Year 1784

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, the great Favourite of Charles I, stabbed, c1787

George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, the great Favourite of Charles I, stabbed, c1787
George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, the great Favourite of Charles I. stabbed at Portsmouth by Felton the Assassin, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Edward VI, c1787

Edward VI, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence, to the Winter of the Year 1784

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Ambassadors from the States of Holland imploring Assistance of Queen Elizabeth, c1787

Ambassadors from the States of Holland imploring Assistance of Queen Elizabeth, c1787
Ambassadors from the States of Holland imploring Assistance of Queen Elizabeth to deliver them from the Yoke of Spanish Tyranny, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: The celebrated Jacob Van Ardevelt cruelly murdered by the Populace at Ghent, c1787

The celebrated Jacob Van Ardevelt cruelly murdered by the Populace at Ghent, c1787
The celebrated Jacob Van Ardevelt cruelly murdered by the Populace at Ghent, for having espoused the cause of Edward III, King of England, against Philip of France, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: The first meeting of the British King Vortigern with the two Saxon Chiefs Hengist and Horsa, c1787

The first meeting of the British King Vortigern with the two Saxon Chiefs Hengist and Horsa, c1787
The first meeting of the British King Vortigern with the two Saxon Chiefs Hengist and Horsa, in the Isle of Thanet, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: King Edmund the first Assassinated by Leolf the Robbe, c1787

King Edmund the first Assassinated by Leolf the Robbe, c1787
King Edmund the first Assassinated by Leolf the Robber, while celebrating the Feast of St. Augustine in the Church of Puckle in Gloucestershire, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: King Alfred the Great, forming a Code of Laws, and Dividing the Kingdom into Counties, c1787

King Alfred the Great, forming a Code of Laws, and Dividing the Kingdom into Counties, c1787
King Alfred the Great, forming a Code of Laws, and Dividing the Kingdom into Counties, Tythings, Hundreds, &c. c1787. From A New

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: The Remains of William the Conqueror refused Interment by Anselm Fitz Arthur, c1787

The Remains of William the Conqueror refused Interment by Anselm Fitz Arthur, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: King Athelstan saving the Life of his Father, Edward the Elder at the Battle of Sherwood, c1787

King Athelstan saving the Life of his Father, Edward the Elder at the Battle of Sherwood, c1787
King Athelstan saving the Life of his Father, Edward the Elder at the Battle of Sherwood by taking Leofrid the Dame Prisoner, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: King Edgars first Interview with Queen Elfrida, c1787

King Edgars first Interview with Queen Elfrida, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Caractacus the British Chief, basely Betrayed into the Hands of the Romans by Cartismandua, c1787

Caractacus the British Chief, basely Betrayed into the Hands of the Romans by Cartismandua, c1787
Caractacus the British Chief, basely Betrayed into the Hands of the Romans by Cartismandua, Queen of the Brigantes, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: The Act of Union presented to Queen Anne by the Duke of Queensberry and Dover, c1787

The Act of Union presented to Queen Anne by the Duke of Queensberry and Dover, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: King Henry the Sixth Crowned in the Cathedral Church of Notre Dame, in Paris, c1787

King Henry the Sixth Crowned in the Cathedral Church of Notre Dame, in Paris, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Edward the Black Prince waiting on his Royal Prisoner John, King of France, c1787

Edward the Black Prince waiting on his Royal Prisoner John, King of France, c1787
Edward the Black Prince waiting on his Royal Prisoner John, King of France, after defeating him at the Battle of Poictiers, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: King John basely Stabbing his Nephew Prince Arthur, previous to throwing him into the Sea, c1787

King John basely Stabbing his Nephew Prince Arthur, previous to throwing him into the Sea, c1787
King John basely Stabbing his Nephew Prince Arthur, previous to throwing him into the Sea, near Cherbourgh, c1787. From A New

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: King Henry the Second serving the first Dish to the Table of his Son, c1787

King Henry the Second serving the first Dish to the Table of his Son, c1787
King Henry the Second serving the first Dish to the Table of his Son Henry after the Coronation by the Bishops of York, Durham and London, c1787

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: King John, (1166-1216), c1787

King John, (1166-1216), c1787. aAso known as John Lackland, was King of England from 6 April 1199 until his death in 1216

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Henry II, (1133-1189), c1787

Henry II, (1133-1189), c1787. aAso known as Henry Curtmantle, Henry FitzEmpress or Henry Plantagenet, ruled as King of England (1154-89). He was an energetic and sometimes ruthless ruler

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Richard II, (1367-1400), c1787

Richard II, (1367-1400), c1787. Also known as Richard of Bordeaux, was King of England from 1377 until he was deposed on 30 September 1399. He succeeded the throne at the age of ten

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Henry III, (1207-1272), c1787

Henry III, (1207-1272), c1787. Also known as Henry of Winchester, was King of England, Lord of Ireland and Duke of Aquitaine from 1216 until his death. Henry assumed the throne when he was only nine

Background imageGeorge Frederick Raymond Collection: Edward I, (1239-1307), c1787

Edward I, (1239-1307), c1787. Also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots, Edward I, was King of England from 1272 to 1307



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