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Pictures Dated 29th September 2007

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Featured 29 Sep 2007 Print

'The last effort of Tippoo Saib at Seringapatam', 1799, (1847). Artist: Unknown

'The last effort of Tippoo Saib at Seringapatam', 1799, (1847). The death of Tippoo Sahib (1753-1799), Sultan of Mysore at his stronghold, Seringapatam, India. British forces stormed the city on 4 May 1799. This victory brought to an end the short fourth Anglo-Mysore War (March-May 1799) enabled them then to gain control of Southern India, leading eventually to British rule throughout India. Illustration from The History of China and India, by Miss Corner, (Dean and Co, London, 1847).

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Featured 29 Sep 2007 Print

'The tomb of the favourite Sultan of Akbar Khan at Agra', 1847. Artist: Unknown

'The tomb of the favourite Sultan of Akbar Khan at Agra', 1847. The Taj Mahal in India, the great marble mausoleum built by Shah Jahan (1592-1666), Mughal emperor, for his wife Arjumand Banu Begam (died 1631) called Mumtaz Mahal (Favourite of the Palace). The Taj Mahal is generally considered the finest example of Mughal architecture, a style that combines elements of Indian and Persian architectures. Shah Jahan was buried in the Taj with his wife. Illustration from The History of China and India, by Miss Corner, (Dean and Co, London, 1847).

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Featured 29 Sep 2007 Print

'Foo Choo Foo, one of the five ports opened by the late treaty to British commerce', 1847. Artist: Unknown

'Foo Choo Foo, one of the five ports opened by the late treaty to British commerce', 1847. The Treaty of Nanking in 1842, after the First Opium War, established five treaty ports in China. Fuzhou (Foo Choo Foo) was one of them. Drawn by B Clayton, from a painting by Piqua. Illustration from The History of China and India, by Miss Corner, (Dean and Co, London, 1847).

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