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Prince Albert the British Farmer, 1843 Featured Related Images Image

Prince Albert the British Farmer, 1843

Prince Albert the British Farmer, 1843. Cartoon of Prince Albert (1819-1861) as a farmer. Prince Albert has turned his attention to the promotion of agriculture; and if you have seen, as most probably you have, an account of the sale of Prince Albert's stock, and the prices they fetched, I have not the slightest doubt you will give one cheer more to Prince Albert as a British Farmer. - Sir Robert Peel's Speech at Tamworth, October 2, 1843. Illustration from Punch or The London Charivari, Volume V, (London, 1843)

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The Whole State of Europe, or An Hieroglyphick for the Election of an Emperor of Germany Featured Related Images Image

The Whole State of Europe, or An Hieroglyphick for the Election of an Emperor of Germany

XJF863038 The Whole State of Europe, or An Hieroglyphick for the Election of an Emperor of Germany, 1741 (engraving) by English School, (18th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: War of Austrian Succession with various powers represented as beasts: Germany with 9 electors is an eagle and British prime minister Robert Walpole, 1st Earl of Orford (1676a??1745) a wise owl looking on while his opponents Pulteney, Cobham, Myddelton and Gage close in. ); English, out of copyright

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Swan upping on the Thames, 20th century Featured Related Images Image

Swan upping on the Thames, 20th century

Swan upping on the Thames, 20th century. Swan upping is an annual ceremonial census of mute swans on the River Thames that dates from the 12th century. Traditionally the swans were the property of the monarch, for whom they were a source of food, but a Royal Charter issued in the 15th century entitled the Vintners and Dyers Companies of the City of London to a share of the ownership. The swans are rounded up, marked and released every year in the third week of July

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