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Coat of arms 17th century Robinson and Player Featured Hackney Print

Coat of arms 17th century Robinson and Player

This image is from a copperplate engraving, and shows part of a roll of arms from Richard Blome's Britannia, an atlas published in 1673. It features the coats of arms of people who contributed towards the completion of the work a?? starting with King Charles II. Each page includes 35 coats of arms, presented here in pairs. These two coats of arms are from folio (page) 9 of the work. In old English, ans appeared as a longs (which looks like an f'), while ss appeared as fs'. Com was an abbreviation for County'. A number is assigned to each benefactor. Here are the accompanying texts (followed by modernised English where appropriate): 265. Sr. Io: ROBINSON of Newenham Courtacy in Com Oxford of Farminwood and Grafton Underwood in Com Northampton & of London Kt. & Bart. & Lieutenant of ye Tower (Sir Joseph Robinson courtesy of Newnham College, Oxford). 266. Sr. Tho: PLAYER of Hackney in Com Middlefex Kt. & Chamberlaine of ye Citty of London (Sir Thomas Player)

© Whiteway

Cartoon, Patriotic Petitions on the Convention Featured Hackney Print

Cartoon, Patriotic Petitions on the Convention

Cartoon, Patriotic Petitions on the Convention, by James Gillray. Four scenes: The Cockney Petition, The Westminster Petition, The Chelmsford Petition, and The Middlesex Petition. Illustrating the British reaction to the Convention of Sintra, signed on 30 August 1808 during the Peninsular War. It was seen as a disgrace, being too lenient towards hostile countries such as France and Russia. Date: 1808

© The Sharp Illustration Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

The General Strike - Guards return from duty 1926 Featured Hackney Print

The General Strike - Guards return from duty 1926

Londoners watching a procession of The 1st Brigade of Guards, with massed bands, marching through the City past the Royal Exchange and Mansion House. The Brigade was marching towards Waterloo in order to return to Aldershot at the end of the General Strike, during which they were encamped at Victoria Park in Hackney, East London and London Docks. In support of a strike by coal miners over the issue of threatened wage cuts, the Trades Union Congress called a General Strike in early May 1926. The strike only involved certain key industrial sectors (docks, electricity, gas, railways) but, in the face of well-organised government emergency measures and lack of real public support, it collapsed after nine days Date: 1926

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans