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Images Dated 2008 March

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Dr Graham shot in his buggy by the Sealkote Mutineers, 1857, (c1860) Featured March Image

Dr Graham shot in his buggy by the Sealkote Mutineers, 1857, (c1860)

Dr Graham shot in his buggy by the Sealkote Mutineers, 1857, (c1860). British doctor killed at Sialkot (now in Pakistan), during the period of the Indian Mutiny. Illustration from The History of the Indian Mutiny, by Charles Ball, Volume II, The London Printing & Publishing Company, (c1860)

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Encounter between Lieutenant Hills and a body of Sepoy cavalry, 1857, (c1860) Featured March Image

Encounter between Lieutenant Hills and a body of Sepoy cavalry, 1857, (c1860)

Encounter between Lieutenant Hills and a body of Sepoy cavalry, 1857, (c1860). He killed four of the enemy and wounded several others'. Scene from the period of the Indian Mutiny. Illustration from The History of the Indian Mutiny, by Charles Ball, Volume I, The London Printing & Publishing Company, (c1860)

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Harley receiving the Legions Memorial, 18th century (19th century).Artist: W Thomas Featured March Image

Harley receiving the Legions Memorial, 18th century (19th century).Artist: W Thomas

Harley receiving the Legion memorial 18th century (late 19th century). Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer (1661-1724), was an English statesman of the Stuart and early Georgian periods. The Legion?s Memorial was a document written by author Daniel Defoe and was intended to remind the Commons that Englishmen are no more to be slaves to Parliament than to a King'. Print taken from Cassell's Illustrated History of England, volume IV, published by Cassell, Petter, Galpin and Co. (London, Paris and New York, 19th century)

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