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Images Dated 4th November 2006

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HM the Empress Eugenie, c1879.Artist: Faustin Featured 4 Nov 2006 Print

HM the Empress Eugenie, c1879.Artist: Faustin

HM the Empress Eugenie, c1879. Caricature portrait of Empress Eugenie de Montijo (1826-1920), wife of Napoleon III of France. She is in mourning next to a bust of her son who died in 1879: A heart as full of sorrow as the sea of sands, a quote from William Shakespeare's Two Gentlemen of Verona. With the death of Eugenie's only child, Napoleon IV, Prince Imperial (1856-1879), died also the last dynastic hope for the restoration of the Bonapartes to the French throne

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Thomas Cochrane, 10th Earl of Dundonald, early 19th century.Artist: Robert Cooper Featured 4 Nov 2006 Print

Thomas Cochrane, 10th Earl of Dundonald, early 19th century.Artist: Robert Cooper

Thomas Cochrane, 10th Earl of Dundonald, early 19th century. Cochrane (1775-1860) was a Scottish politician and naval adventurer. He was one of the most daring and successful captains of the Napoleonic Wars and his life and exploits served as inspiration for the character Horatio Hornblower, created by CS Forester

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Edmund Calamy the Elder, 17th century English Presbyterian church leader, (early 19th century).Artist: R Cooper Featured 4 Nov 2006 Print

Edmund Calamy the Elder, 17th century English Presbyterian church leader, (early 19th century).Artist: R Cooper

Edmund Calamy the Elder, 17th century English Presbyterian church leader, (early 19th century). Of Huguenot descent, Calamy (1600-1666) was elected to the curacy of the Church of St Mary Aldermanbury in London in 1639. He was prominent in defending the Presbyterian cause at the opening of the Long Parliament in 1640. He became one of Charles II's chaplains after the Restoration, of which he had been an advocate, but was dismissed from the Church for nonconformity in 1662 after the passing of the Act of Uniformity. Calamy was greatly affected by the devastation caused by the Great Fire of London in 1666 and died shortly afterwards

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