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1838

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Choose from 388 pictures in our 1838 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.


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Union Workhouse, Wincanton, Somerset

The Wincanton Union workhouse, Somerset, with extensive vegetable gardens in front which were cultivated by the workhouse inmates. The workhouse opened in 1838 and was designed by George Wilkinson. It later became an old people's home known as Town View.

© Mary Evans / Peter Higginbotham Collection

1830s, 1838, 1908, Age, Cultivated, Edwardian, Elderly, Garden, Gardens, Growing, Historical, History, Home, Housing, Inmates, Ivy, L Aw, Old, People, Peoples, Poor, Poverty, Somerset, Town, Union, V Iew, Vege Table, Vegetables, Victorian, Wilkinson, Wincanton, Workhouse, Workhouses

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Modern Athenians plate 8 - Edinburgh

John Irvine (d. 1839) beautifully described as a "creeping figure, of too solid flesh, so sadly restricted in locomotion". Facing him is Captain Hugo Arnot (d. 1838) a man of which little is known, wearing an eye catching check or possibly tartan suite

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1838, 1839, Antiquated, Arnot, Athenians, Captain, Catching, Check, Costume, Creeping, Edinburgh, Eye, Figure, Flesh, Historical, History, Hugo, Irvine, John, Modern, Plate, Poised, Solid, Suite, Tartan, Walk, Walking

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The Wild Pass of Siri-Kajoor

Tinted lithograph from bound volume of 26 tinted lithographs, 'Sketches in Afghanistan', 1838-1842. By Louis and Charles Haghe after James Atkinson, published by Henry Graves and Company and J W Allen and Company, 1 Jul 1842. As they travelled along the narrow passes between the high ridges of Baluchistan, the British and Indian troops of the Army of the Indus were vulnerable to ambush by the Baluchis, who hid in dens in the ravines. Skirmishes and sniping attacks were common events. Date: 1842

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library