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The carnival in the port of Spain, Trinidad Featured Print

The carnival in the port of Spain, Trinidad

The carnival in the port of Spain, Trinidad, 1888. People cavort in fancy dress through the street, some playing banjos, others brandishing what looks like bladders on sticks. Rather more conservatively dressed people watch from the pavement and from balconies above street level. Date: 1888

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Perseverance, 2014, wood embedded in wax Featured Print

Perseverance, 2014, wood embedded in wax

3061013 Perseverance, 2014, wood embedded in wax by Frazier , Susie ; 24.82 x 36.3 cm; Private Collection; A© Susie Frazier; in copyright.
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© Private Collection / Bridgeman Images

Shinnie, by the Club of True Highlanders, on Blackheath, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Shinnie, by the Club of True Highlanders, on Blackheath, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Shinnie, by the Club of True Highlanders, on Blackheath, 1845. Players of an ...ancient Scottish game at Blackheath in south London. The game, which is played with a hard ball and curved sticks, (the merit of which consists in sending the ball beyond a given boundary,) then commenced, and was kept up with much spirit until near five o'clock, during which time many clever hits were made, and many a blow on the shin both given and received; all the players being in full Highland costume. The piper, too, was in attendance, and kept up the hilarity of the day by performances of celebrated Scotch airs...'. The Club of True Highlanders ...was established in the year 1815, for the relief of distressed natives of Scotland, and the preservation of the music, costume, and sports of the Gael'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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