The Cow Pox Tragedy -Scene the Last', 1812, by George Cruikshank. In 1806 College of Physicians recommended mass vaccination. In 1811 some of those vaccinated contracted Smallpox, giving reason to oppose the procedure. Medicine
Caroline of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel (1768-1821) wife of George IV of Great Britain. Trial of Queen Caroline in House of Lords 1820. From IH Adolphus The Royal Exile: or, Memoirs of Queen Caroline, London, 1821. Aquatint.
Nant-y-Glow Iron Works, Monmouthshire, Wales: proprietor Richard Crawshay (1739-1810). Hand-coloured engraving c1830 after watercolour by George Robertson c1788, showing the scene by moonlight. Buildings on left probably Puddling furnaces, those on the right Blast furnaces.
Revolutionary War 1775-1783 (American War of Independence): George Washington riding in triumph through streets of Boston after 11-month siege ended with the withdrawal (evacuation) of British forces. Chromolithograph 1879.
French Revolution. Louis XVI at the Bar of the National Convention, December 26th 1792'. President of Convention having asked if he has anything to say in his own defence, the King spoke briefly and with great dignity. Aquatint after picture by Domenico Pellegrini, London, 1796.
Photograph from "Our Wonderful Women", a World War Two book published By Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd recording the service which women in Britain gave during wartime. WW2, WWII, courage, endurance, war effort, home front, fighting forces, duty, working women, air raid wardens, intrepid, motor bike, Francis-Barnett motorcycle, women despatch riders, intrepid,
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Biology Science Females up to 13mm, males up to 8mm Seen mostly in September and October, when the females sit, upside-down in the centre of their large, circular webs in trees and hedges. The Garden spider is sometimes called the Cross spider because of the white marking on its abdomen. Ph92j