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Images Dated 17th August 2007

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Prisoners in the Lollards Tower, 1550s, (c1920) Featured 17 Aug 2007 Print

Prisoners in the Lollards Tower, 1550s, (c1920)

Prisoners in the Lollards Tower, 1550s, (c1920). The picture describing the straight handling of the cloase prisonners in Lollardes Tower, originally published in John Foxe's Book of Martyrs, (1563). The lollard prisoners confined in the stocks are: Thomas Leyes, John Wade, George King and William Andrewe. Illustration from Story of the British Nation, Volume II, by Walter Hutchinson, (London, c1920s)

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Bulletin of the Kings medical progress fixed to the palace railings, 1928, (1935) Featured 17 Aug 2007 Print

Bulletin of the Kings medical progress fixed to the palace railings, 1928, (1935)

Bulletin of the King's medical progress fixed to the palace railings, 1928, (1935). George V suffered periodically from respiratory complaints. In 1928 he became seriously ill, necessitating his son Edward taking over many of the King's duties for the following two years. A print from King Emperor's Jubilee, 1910-1935, by FGH Salusbury, Daily Express Publications, London, 1935

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Mrs Pankhurst, arrested outside Buckingham Palace, London, 1914, (1935) Featured 17 Aug 2007 Print

Mrs Pankhurst, arrested outside Buckingham Palace, London, 1914, (1935)

Mrs Pankhurst, arrested outside Buckingham Palace, London, 1914, (1935). Emmeline Pankhurst was trying to present a petition to the king. The Suffragette newspaper reported that as she was driven away to Holloway Gaol she called out: Arrested at the gates of the Palace. Tell the King! Pankhurst was jailed several times during the fight to get women the vote. A print from King Emperor's Jubilee, 1910-1935, by FGH Salusbury, Daily Express Publications, London, 1935

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