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David Crockett, 1786 - 1836. Better known as Davy Crockett and 'King of the Wild Frontier'. American frontiersman, soldier and politician who represented Tennessee in the United States House of Representatives. His reputation as an American folk hero was sealed after his death at the Battle of the Alamo. The quotation, in his own handwriting below his image, was a rule he lived by: Always be sure you are right, then go ahead. After an engraving by Asher Brown Durand from a painting by Anthony Lewis de Rose. Later colourisation Featured Vintage Image

David Crockett, 1786 - 1836. Better known as Davy Crockett and "King of the Wild Frontier". American frontiersman, soldier and politician who represented Tennessee in the United States House of Representatives. His reputation as an American folk hero was sealed after his death at the Battle of the Alamo. The quotation, in his own handwriting below his image, was a rule he lived by: Always be sure you are right, then go ahead. After an engraving by Asher Brown Durand from a painting by Anthony Lewis de Rose. Later colourisation

© Ken Welsh

Hugh Latimer And Nicholas Ridley Being Burnt At The Stake, 16 October 1555, At Oxford, England. Latimer Is Quoted As Having Said To Ridley Be Of Good Comfort, Master Ridley, And Play The Man; We Shall This Day Light Such A Candle, By God's Grace, In England, As I Trust Shall Never Be Put Out. From The Book Of Martyrs By John Foxe, Published C.1865 Featured Vintage Image

Hugh Latimer And Nicholas Ridley Being Burnt At The Stake, 16 October 1555, At Oxford, England. Latimer Is Quoted As Having Said To Ridley Be Of Good Comfort, Master Ridley, And Play The Man; We Shall This Day Light Such A Candle, By God's Grace, In England, As I Trust Shall Never Be Put Out. From The Book Of Martyrs By John Foxe, Published C.1865

Hugh Latimer And Nicholas Ridley Being Burnt At The Stake, 16 October 1555, At Oxford, England. Latimer Is Quoted As Having Said To Ridley Be Of Good Comfort, Master Ridley, And Play The Man; We Shall This Day Light Such A Candle, By God's Grace, In England, As I Trust Shall Never Be Put Out. From The Book Of Martyrs By John Foxe, Published C.1865

© Ken Welsh / Design Pics

The Parade, showing Dover Castle, Dover, Kent, England, seen here in the 19th century. From Around The Coast, An Album of Pictures from Photographs of the Chief Seaside Places of Interest in Great Britain and Ireland published London, 1895, by George Newnes Limited Featured Vintage Image

The Parade, showing Dover Castle, Dover, Kent, England, seen here in the 19th century. From Around The Coast, An Album of Pictures from Photographs of the Chief Seaside Places of Interest in Great Britain and Ireland published London, 1895, by George Newnes Limited

© Ken Welsh

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