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1794 Gallery

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Choose from 364 pictures in our 1794 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

The education of British Youth: Stonyhurst College Featured Print

The education of British Youth: Stonyhurst College

As part of their series on the education of British Youth, the Illustrated London News ran a feature on Stonyhurst College, Lancashire. Stonyhurst was founded in Lancashire 1794 as a Roman Catholic boys school in the Jesuit tradition. Here, a view across the twin lakes, and the Rev. J.D Boyle, rector, can be seen walking with head prefect A. P Mullen and other senior boys outside the main facade

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

St James Park 1794 Featured Print

St James Park 1794

A striking view of the park as seen from Buckingham House : Whitehall and Trafalgar Square are inconspicuous, the City a distant prospect, the Mall a delightful place for strolling

© Mary Evans Picture Library/GROSVENOR PRINTS

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Major (Brevet Lt-Col) James John Hugonin, 4th Light Dragoons Featured Print

Major (Brevet Lt-Col) James John Hugonin, 4th Light Dragoons

Major (Brevet Lt-Col) James John Hugonin, 4th Light Dragoons, with his black trumpeter, two troopers and the regiment beyond, 1820 (c). Oil on canvas by James Canterbury Pardon (1794 (c)-1862), 1820 (c). James John Hugonin, the presumed sitter, joined the 4th Dragoons as a cornet in 1795, and became Lieutenant the same year. He subsequently became a captain in 1803, a major in 1811, and he was made a brevet Lt-Col in 1819. At the battle of Toulouse, when he commanded the regiment in the absence of Lt-Col Dalbiac, he received the Army Gold Medal. He retired from the regiment in 1821 and died at Nursted House, near Petersfield on 30 January 1854. Date: circa 1820

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library