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Images Dated 22nd May 2007

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Choose from 42 pictures in our Images Dated 22nd May 2007 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Defence of Lathom House, 1644.Artist: J Godfrey Featured 22 May 2007 Print

The Defence of Lathom House, 1644.Artist: J Godfrey

The Defence of Lathom House, 1644. Lathom House in Lancashire was the home of the Earls of Derby. In 1644, during the Civil War, the Parliamentarian General Sir Thomas Fairfax demanded the surrender of the house. James, 7th Earl of Stanley was away recruiting troops to the Royalist cause on the Isle of Man, leaving the defence of Lathom in the hands of his wife, Charlotte, and a garrison of 300, a tenth of the size of Fairfax's army. Lathom withstood the siege for 3 months until, on 25th May, a Royalist force under Prince Rupert arrived to drive off the Parliamentarians. The house eventually did fall to them in December the following year

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The great seal of Queen Anne of Great Britain.Artist: J Mynde Featured 22 May 2007 Print

The great seal of Queen Anne of Great Britain.Artist: J Mynde

The great seal of Queen Anne of Great Britain. Anne (1665-1714) was the daughter of James II, deposed by William of Orange in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. The last Stuart monarch, she came to the throne after the death of William in 1702, and became the first monarch of the Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland after the signing of the Act of Union in 1707. Her reign saw a decline of the power of the crown in favour of that of ministers as well as the development of a two party system of politics. Her inability to produce an heir precipitated a succession crisis, with parliament passing legislation to hand the crown to the House of Hanover in order to prevent the Catholic Old Pretender, James Francis Edward Stuart, from claiming the throne

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'The Hereford Screen', 19th century.Artist: John Burley Waring Featured 22 May 2007 Print

'The Hereford Screen', 19th century.Artist: John Burley Waring

'The Hereford Screen', 19th century. The screen was designed for Hereford Cathedral in 1862 by Sir George Gilbert Scott and made by Skidmore's Art Manufactory Company, Coventry

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