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Charles R Collection

"Charles R: A Glimpse into the Defeat of Insurgents and Strange Cases" Step back in time to witness the historical events that shaped Charles R's life

Background imageCharles R Collection: Defeat of the Insurgents by Sir John Colborne at St Eustache, 25 November 1837, (1877)

Defeat of the Insurgents by Sir John Colborne at St Eustache, 25 November 1837, (1877). Battle between the British and the French during the Canadian Rebellions of 1837

Background imageCharles R Collection: Defeat of Colonel Gore, by the Insurgents at St Denis, 22 November 1837, (1877)

Defeat of Colonel Gore, by the Insurgents at St Denis, 22 November 1837, (1877). British military leader Charles Gore is killed by French patriotes in Quebec

Background imageCharles R Collection: The Transglobe Expedition returns home, pictured, Sir Ranulph Fiennes on their arrival at

The Transglobe Expedition returns home, pictured, Sir Ranulph Fiennes on their arrival at Greenwich. 29th August 1982

Background imageCharles R Collection: He gave a kind of cry and whipped upstairs from the

He gave a kind of cry and whipped upstairs from the
5615868 He gave a kind of cry and whipped upstairs from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) illustrated by Charles Raymond Macauley (1871-1934)

Background imageCharles R Collection: Mr Utterson was aware of an odd, light foot-step drawing near from the

Mr Utterson was aware of an odd, light foot-step drawing near from the
5615865 Mr Utterson was aware of an odd, light foot-step drawing near from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894)

Background imageCharles R Collection: Solely occupied by one thought -the horror of my other self from the

Solely occupied by one thought -the horror of my other self from the
5615706 Solely occupied by one thought -the horror of my other self from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894)

Background imageCharles R Collection: There stood Henry Jekyll from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

There stood Henry Jekyll from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
5615871 There stood Henry Jekyll from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) illustrated by Charles Raymond Macauley (1871-1934) by Macauley

Background imageCharles R Collection: Will you suffer me to take this glass in my hand from the

Will you suffer me to take this glass in my hand from the
5615870 Will you suffer me to take this glass in my hand from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) illustrated by Charles Raymond Macauley (1871-1934)

Background imageCharles R Collection: Tossed the light of a candle to and fro about their steps from the

Tossed the light of a candle to and fro about their steps from the
5615869 Tossed the light of a candle to and fro about their steps from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894)

Background imageCharles R Collection: Like some damned Juggernaut from the

Like some damned Juggernaut from the
5615864 Like some damned Juggernaut from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) illustrated by Charles Raymond Macauley (1871-1934) by Macauley

Background imageCharles R Collection: The Door frontispiece from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

The Door frontispiece from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
5615863 The Door frontispiece from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) illustrated by Charles Raymond Macauley (1871-1934) by Macauley

Background imageCharles R Collection: I was once more Edward Hyde from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

I was once more Edward Hyde from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
5615705 I was once more Edward Hyde from the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) illustrated by Charles Raymond Macauley (1871-1934) by Macauley

Background imageCharles R Collection: Charles R. Darwin (engraving)

Charles R. Darwin (engraving)
815981 Charles R. Darwin (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Charles Darwin (1809-1882), English naturalist.); Look and Learn / Elgar Collection; English

Background imageCharles R Collection: The Transglobe Expedition returns home. Sir Ranulph Fiennes

The Transglobe Expedition returns home. Sir Ranulph Fiennes and his colleague Charlie Burton arriving at Greenwich. 29th August 1982

Background imageCharles R Collection: The Transglobe Expedition returns home. Sir Ranulph Fiennes aboard the Transglobe

The Transglobe Expedition returns home. Sir Ranulph Fiennes aboard the Transglobe Expedition boat the Benjamin Bowrin, anchored off Southend Pier

Background imageCharles R Collection: Commander Samson of the Royal Flying Corps... First World War, c1914, (c1920). Creator: Cribb

Commander Samson of the Royal Flying Corps... First World War, c1914, (c1920). Creator: Cribb
Commander Samson of the Royal Flying Corps with some of his officers, First World War, c1914, (c1920). Heroes of the Royal Naval Flying Corps, right to left: Flight-Lieutenant Draper

Background imageCharles R Collection: Commander Samson, Royal Navy Flying Corps, First World War, 1914

Commander Samson, Royal Navy Flying Corps, First World War, 1914
Commander Samson, Royal Naval Flying Corps, First World War, 1914. Illustration from The Great War HW Wilson, Vol I, (London, 1914)

Background imageCharles R Collection: Commander Sir Charles R Blane, British sailor, c1920

Commander Sir Charles R Blane, British sailor, c1920. Blane served on HMS Queen Mary. Illustration from The Illustrated War Record of the Most Notable Episodes in the Great European War 1914-1918

Background imageCharles R Collection: Death of General Brock at the Battle of Queenston Heights, October 13th, 1812, (1877)

Death of General Brock at the Battle of Queenston Heights, October 13th, 1812, (1877). British forces were victorious against the Americans near Queenston, Ontario

Background imageCharles R Collection: Attack on Quebec by General Montgomery, Morning of 31st December, 1755, (1877)

Attack on Quebec by General Montgomery, Morning of 31st December, 1755, (1877). Irish soldier Richard Montgomery was killed while attempting to capture Quebec during a fierce snow storm on 31

Background imageCharles R Collection: Battle of the Plains of Abraham, September 13th, 1759, (1877)

Battle of the Plains of Abraham, September 13th, 1759, (1877). The battle, fought between the British and the French just outside the walls of Quebec City

Background imageCharles R Collection: Battle of St Foye, April 28th 1760, (1877)

Battle of St Foye, April 28th 1760, (1877). Illustration from Popular history of the Dominion of Canada, with art illustrations

Background imageCharles R Collection: Evacuation of Fort Duquesne, 1758, (1877)

Evacuation of Fort Duquesne, 1758, (1877). The site was of strategic importance during the French and Indian War. Illustration from Popular history of the Dominion of Canada, with art illustrations

Background imageCharles R Collection: Capture of Fort Frontenac, 1758, (1877)

Capture of Fort Frontenac, 1758, (1877). The British attacking Frontenac, a strategic French trading post and military fort in what is now Ontario

Background imageCharles R Collection: Battle of Carillon, AD 1758, (1877)

Battle of Carillon, AD 1758, (1877). The Battle of Carillon was fought at Fort Carillon in what was then the British colony of New York

Background imageCharles R Collection: General Wolfe at the Siege of Louisbourg, AD 1758, (1877)

General Wolfe at the Siege of Louisbourg, AD 1758, (1877). British military leader James Wolfe laid siege to the Fortress of Louisbourg in New France (Nova Scotia). The French capitulated

Background imageCharles R Collection: Winter Attack on Fort William Henry, New York State, 1757, (c1877)

Winter Attack on Fort William Henry, New York State, 1757, (c1877). The British fort being attacked by the French. Illustration from Popular history of the Dominion of Canada, with art illustrations

Background imageCharles R Collection: Capitulation of Oswego, 1756, (1877)

Capitulation of Oswego, 1756, (1877). French forces defeated the British in the Battle of Fort Oswego in New York state. Illustration from Popular history of the Dominion of Canada

Background imageCharles R Collection: Landing of Columbus, AD 1492, (1877)

Landing of Columbus, AD 1492, (1877). Christopher Columbus arriving in America, 12 May 1492. Sponsored by Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain, Columbus set out to discover a westward route to Asia

Background imageCharles R Collection: Thorwald Eriksons Battle with the Indians, about AD 1003, (1877)

Thorwald Eriksons Battle with the Indians, about AD 1003, (1877). Norse explorer Thorvald Eriksson fighting Native Americans

Background imageCharles R Collection: Burning of Port Royal (Nova Scotia), AD 1613, (1877)

Burning of Port Royal (Nova Scotia), AD 1613, (1877). The French settlement was burnt to the ground by an English invasion force

Background imageCharles R Collection: Champlains First Battle with the Indians, AD 1609, (1877)

Champlains First Battle with the Indians, AD 1609, (1877). French explorer Samuel de Champlain fights Native Americans. Illustration from Popular history of the Dominion of Canada

Background imageCharles R Collection: Montreal in 1729, (1877)

Montreal in 1729, (1877). Illustration from Popular history of the Dominion of Canada, with art illustrations, from the earliest settlement of the British-American colonies to the present time;

Background imageCharles R Collection: Quebec in 1640, (1877)

Quebec in 1640, (1877). Illustration from Popular history of the Dominion of Canada, with art illustrations, from the earliest settlement of the British-American colonies to the present time;

Background imageCharles R Collection: General Braddocks Defeat, 1755, (1877)

General Braddocks Defeat, 1755, (1877). British military leader Edward Braddock is killed in Pennsylvania during the French and Indian War

Background imageCharles R Collection: General Johnsons Victory, near Crown Point, 1755, (1877)

General Johnsons Victory, near Crown Point, 1755, (1877). British victory against the French in New York State. Illustration from Popular history of the Dominion of Canada, with art illustrations

Background imageCharles R Collection: Signature of King Charles I (1600-49) (engraving) (b / w photo)

Signature of King Charles I (1600-49) (engraving) (b / w photo)
XJF107437 Signature of King Charles I (1600-49) (engraving) (b/w photo) by English School, (17th century) (after); Private Collection; English, out of copyright



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"Charles R: A Glimpse into the Defeat of Insurgents and Strange Cases" Step back in time to witness the historical events that shaped Charles R's life. In 1837, Sir John Colborne achieved a decisive victory over the insurgents at St Eustache, marking a turning point in history. The defeat of Colonel Gore by the insurgents at St Denis just days prior further intensified tensions. But Charles R's story doesn't end there; it intertwines with intriguing tales from literature. From Robert Louis Stevenson's "Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, " we catch glimpses of his existence. He was present when they saw it - that mysterious transformation - but only for a fleeting moment. In this captivating narrative, Charles R finds himself clubbed to the earth as chaos ensues between Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. His heart races as he hears an odd, light footstep drawing near, signaling impending danger. Haunted by horror and consumed by thoughts of his other self, Charles R stands alongside Henry Jekyll himself. Together they face their inner demons while grappling with their own duality. As if caught in a never-ending nightmare, Charles R takes hold of a glass and contemplates its significance amidst all these strange occurrences. Candlelight flickers around him as he ponders his next move. Like some damned juggernaut rolling through time, Charles R becomes entangled in both real-life conflicts and fictional mysteries alike. His journey is one filled with triumphs and tribulations that shape his character forevermore. So join us on this riveting adventure where history meets fiction; where defeats are suffered but also victories celebrated; where darkness lurks within every corner yet hope remains steadfastly alive – all through the eyes of Charles R.