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Images Dated 18th November 2009

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Choose from 41 pictures in our Images Dated 18th November 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 18 Nov 2009 Print

Portrait of Captain Thomas Coram, 18th century (1844).Artist: WJ Linton

Portrait of Captain Thomas Coram, 18th century (1844). The philanthropist Thomas Coram (1668-1751) founded the Foundling Hospital after seeing the plight of children left abandoned in the streets, many of whom were young babies close to death. Poverty-stricken mothers would bring their children to the gate, and competition for places was fierce. Handel and Hogarth were also among the eminent people who took an active interest in the activities of the hospital. A print from The Illustrated London News, 4th May 1844

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Featured 18 Nov 2009 Print

The death of Thom, alias Sir William Courtenay, Dunkirk, Kent, 1838. Artist: Unknown

The death of Thom, alias Sir William Courtenay, Dunkirk, Kent, 1838. Born in Cornwall, John Nichols Thom declared himself the 'saviour of the world' and became a wandering preacher in Kent, speaking against tax laws. Known as 'Mad Tom', as well as his self-styled title of Sir William Percy Honeywood Courtenay of Powderham, the heir to the Earl of Devon, the King of Jerusalem and Knight of Malta, he was killed leading his followers in the last battle to be fought on British soil, the Battle of Bossenden Wood, on 31st May 1838. A print from Cassell's Illustrated History of England

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Featured 18 Nov 2009 Print

Tombs of the Kings of Golconda, Andhra Pradesh, India, 1844.Artist: Thomas Higham

Tombs of the Kings of Golconda, Andhra Pradesh, India, 1844. Tombs, in the Mughal style, of the Qutb Shahi sultans, who ruled Golconda in the 16th and 17th centuries. Each tomb has an onion dome and has open arches on the ground floor with closed arches above. The building at right has a minaret. Engraved by permission of Captain Grindlay, from his work

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