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Pictures Dated 12th January 2009

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Choose from 183 pictures in our Pictures Dated 12th January 2009 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.


Featured 12 Jan 2009 Print

Constabulary guarding a government reporter at a 'plan of campaign' meeting, Ireland, 1887. Artist: Unknown

Constabulary guarding a government reporter at a 'plan of campaign' meeting, Ireland, 1887. The Plan of Campaign was a strategy adopted by the Irish National League in support of tenant farmers in their dispute against landlords during the so-called Irish Land War. Bad harvests in the mid 1880s had exacerbated the plight of the tenants and led to an upsurge in evictions. Sketches in Ireland. A print from The Illustrated London News, 8th January 1887.

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Featured 12 Jan 2009 Print

Outside the National Rent Office after the arrest of O'Brien and Dillon, Loughrea, Ireland, 1887. Artist: Unknown

Outside the National Rent Office after the arrest of O'Brien and Dillon, Loughrea, Ireland, 1887. A scene during the Irish Land League agitation. Founded in 1879, with Charles Stewart Parnell as its president, the Irish Land League campaigned on behalf of tenant farmers with the intention of reducing rents to a fair level. Its ultimate objective was to provide tenants with the opportunity of owning the land they worked on. The League organised rent strikes, which led to evictions by police acting on behalf of landlords in what became known as the Land War, which lasted from 1880 until 1892.. A print from The Illustrated London News, 1st January 1887.

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Featured 12 Jan 2009 Print

Alexandre Auguste Ledru-Rollin, French politician, (1875). Artist: Unknown

Alexandre Auguste Ledru-Rollin, French politician, (1875). Ledru-Rollin (1807-1874) was one of the Executive Commissioners who headed the Government of France from in May and June 1848 during the Second Republic. He went into exile in 1849 after being accused of leading an insurrection (Ledru-Rollin claimed it was a peaceful demonstration). He returned to France in 1871. A print from The Illustrated London News, 16th January 1875.

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