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Images Dated 18th October 2006

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Advance Into Tibet Featured 18 Oct 2006 Print

Advance Into Tibet

Troops and pack animals climb a steep mountain pass near Lingtu on their way to Tibet during the expedition led by British Army officer and explorer Colonel Sir Francis Younghusband (1863 - 1942), November 1903. The mission resulted from disputes over the Sikkim - Tibet border and ended with the British occupation of Lhasa. Original Publication: The Graphic - Pub. 30th January 1904 (Photo by The Graphic/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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Almendres Cromlech. Megalithic complex. Neolithic. Near Evor Featured 18 Oct 2006 Print

Almendres Cromlech. Megalithic complex. Neolithic. Near Evor

The Cromlech of the Almendres. Megalithic complex: Cromlechs and menhirs stones. 6th millennium BC. Neolithic. Near Evora. Alentejo region. Portugal

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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Letter from Charles James Fox to his Aunt Emily, 21st October 1798.Artist: Charles James Fox Featured 18 Oct 2006 Print

Letter from Charles James Fox to his Aunt Emily, 21st October 1798.Artist: Charles James Fox

Letter from Charles James Fox to his Aunt Emily, 21st October 1798. Letter written from Holkham by Charles James Fox to his aunt, Emily, Duchess of Leinster, relative to her intended letter and petition to the king (George III) against the attainder of her son, Lord Edward Fitzgerald. Lord Edward had died in confinement at Dublin on 6th June, 1798, of wounds recieved in resisting arrest on a charge of high treason. A bill for his attainder passed the Irish House of Lords in September, and was sent to England for the royal assent. His mother's letter and petition against it (printed in Thomas Moore's Life and Death of Lord E. Fitzgerald, 1831, vol. ii, p. 269) were presented to the king by her brother, the Duke of Richmond, on 24th October, but without effect. The attainder was, however, reversed in 1819. From the third series of Facsimiles of royal, historical, literary and other autographs in the Department of Manuscripts, British Museum: Series I-V, (London, 1899)

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