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Images Dated 10th June 2020

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Penguin chick in Christmas hat in tree-lined Featured 10 Jun 2020 Image

Penguin chick in Christmas hat in tree-lined

Penguin chick in Christmas hat in tree-lined avenue with Christmas lights Date

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The Admiralty Office, the Sailing Match and the Drowned Boy Featured 10 Jun 2020 Image

The Admiralty Office, the Sailing Match and the Drowned Boy

The Admiralty Office, the Sailing Match and the Drowned Boy. The Admiralty Office of the Navy on Whitehall 61, sailboats racing on the River Thames from Blackfriars Bridge to Vauxhall in a Sailing Match 62 and young man retrieving the body of a boy who had drowned in a swimming accident in the river 63. Woodcut engraving after an illustration by Isaac Taylor from City Scenes, or a Peep into London, by Ann Taylor and Jane Taylor, published by Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, London, 1828. English sisters Ann and Jane Taylor were prolific Romantic poets and writers of children's books in the early 19th century

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Chair-mender, News Boy, Flying Pieman and Blackfriar's Featured 10 Jun 2020 Image

Chair-mender, News Boy, Flying Pieman and Blackfriar's

Chair-mender, News Boy, Flying Pieman and Blackfriar's Bridge. Chair-mender repairing a chair seat with rushes in Punyer Alley 46, newspaper boy selling papers and pieman selling pies near the Obelisk on Fleet Street 47, and watermen under Blackfriar's Bridge built in 1760 by architect Robert Mylne 48. Woodcut engraving after an illustration by Isaac Taylor from City Scenes, or a Peep into London, by Ann Taylor and Jane Taylor, published by Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, London, 1828. English sisters Ann and Jane Taylor were prolific Romantic poets and writers of children's books in the early 19th century

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