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Images Dated 28th July 2008

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Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: The London Institution, Finsbury Circus, London, c1827. Artist: William Deeble

The London Institution, Finsbury Circus, London, c1827. Artist: William Deeble
The London Institution, Finsbury Circus, London, c1827. The London Institution was founded by subscription in 1805, and was for the advancement of literature and the diffusion of useful

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: Battle of Waterloo, 1815

Battle of Waterloo, 1815. The Scots Greys under Major-General Sir William Ponsonby charge two batteries of French Artillery, after having taken the colours of the 105th Regiment

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: A wood-engraving by Helen Press. Artist: Helen Press

A wood-engraving by Helen Press. Artist: Helen Press
A wood-engraving by Helen Press. A true and noble heart disdains to gain a moments pleasure from anothers pain. If all creation lived in mutual love, this world would much resemble that above

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: Front cover of Le Rire, or Laughter, 29th May 1909. Artist: Petitjean

Front cover of Le Rire, or Laughter, 29th May 1909. Artist: Petitjean
Front cover of Le Rire, or Laughter, 29th May 1909

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: A wood engraving by Helen Press. Artist: Helen Press

A wood engraving by Helen Press. Artist: Helen Press
A wood engraving by Helen Press. Bad company like deadly poison shun, how many thus are ruined and undone. Alack! the multitude still goes astray: take heed my child and choose the narrow way

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: Advert for Treloars carpets, of Ludgate Hill, London

Advert for Treloars carpets, of Ludgate Hill, London

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: The aqueduct at Wilhelmshohe, Germany. Artist: J Umbach

The aqueduct at Wilhelmshohe, Germany. Artist: J Umbach
The aqueduct at Wilhelmshohe, Germany. Part of the ornamental water displays at Wilhelmshohe Castle, near Kassel

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, 19th century. Artist: H Wallis

John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, 19th century. Artist: H Wallis
John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, 19th century. Engraving after a portrait painted in 1826

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: The Torch of Freedom, Keep it Burning, 1916

The Torch of Freedom, Keep it Burning, 1916. A print from Life, 6th July 1916

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: Advert for Fatima cigarettes, 1916

Advert for Fatima cigarettes, 1916. A print from Life, 6th July 1916

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: The Burning of Richard Woodman and nine other protestant martyrs, at Lewes in Sussex

The Burning of Richard Woodman and nine other protestant martyrs, at Lewes in Sussex
The Burning of ten protestant martyrs, Lewes, Sussex, 1557. Seventeen Protestant martyrs were burned at the stake between 1555 and 1557 during the persecutions of the reign of Queen Mary

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: Fancy ball dresses, 1830

Fancy ball dresses, 1830

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: Entrance to Montague Close, and part of St Saviours Church, Southwark, London, 1814

Entrance to Montague Close, and part of St Saviours Church, Southwark, London, 1814. The church became Southwark Cathedral when the diocese of Southwark was created in 1905

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: Electrostatic machines, 1819

Electrostatic machines, 1819. Dr van Marums machine and Mr Reids improved machine. In the 1780s Dutch scientist Martin van Marum built his electriseermachine for use in electrical experiments

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: John Bunyans meeting house, Zoar-street, Gravel-Lane, Southwark, London, 1814

John Bunyans meeting house, Zoar-street, Gravel-Lane, Southwark, London, 1814

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: View of the back part of the Cassina and Serpentine River in Chiswick Gardens, London

View of the back part of the Cassina and Serpentine River in Chiswick Gardens, London. Engraved for The Modern Universal British Traveller

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: Perspective view of the Arch Bishops palace, with St Marys Church, Lambeth

Perspective view of the Arch Bishops palace, with St Marys Church, Lambeth. Lambeth Palace is the official residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury. It was acquired by the archbishopric in 1200

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: Annie Besant, British socialist and theosophist, 1926. Artist: Brill

Annie Besant, British socialist and theosophist, 1926. Artist: Brill
Annie Besant, British socialist and theosophist, 1926. An active campaigner for womens and workers rights, Annie Besant (nee Wood) was a powerful public speaker and a prolific writer

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: George Bernard Shaw, Irish playwright, 1926. Artist: Brill

George Bernard Shaw, Irish playwright, 1926. Artist: Brill
George Bernard Shaw, Irish playwright, 1926. A print from the front cover of Lansburys Labour Weekly, 24th July 1926

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: The Battle of Aboukir, Egypt, 1801

The Battle of Aboukir, Egypt, 1801. The result of sea power. A force of 5000 British troops landed on the beach at Abu Qir on 8th March 1801

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: Battle of Ballinamuck, Ireland, 1798

Battle of Ballinamuck, Ireland, 1798. The Battle of Ballinamuck marked the defeat of the main force of the French incursion during the 1798 Rebellion in Ireland

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: Pondicherry, India, 1761 and 1778

Pondicherry, India, 1761 and 1778. The last hope of an empire. Pondicherry was a French colony in southern India. The British captured it in 1761

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: The Battle of Ramillies, 1706

The Battle of Ramillies, 1706. The Tomb of Ottomond. The Duke of Marlborough receiving captured standards. At the Battle of Ramillies, during the War of the Spanish Succession

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: The Battle of Marston Moor, 1644

The Battle of Marston Moor, 1644. The North lost to the king. The Parliamentarians under Thomas Fairfax defeated the Royalists at this battle in Yorkshire

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: The Battle of the Spurs, 1513

The Battle of the Spurs, 1513. The headlong flight of French chivalry. Fought at Guinegate in Belgium, the battle earned its name form the haste with which the French cavalry fled the field after

Background imageImages Dated 28th July 2008: Battle of Poitiers, France, 1356

Battle of Poitiers, France, 1356. King John II of France taken prisoner at the conclusion of the second of the three great English victories of the Hundred Years War


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