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1842 Collection

Background image1842 Collection: Grasses

Grasses. Chromolithograph from Sir William Jackson Hooker, The British Flora, Vol.1. Tab IX. Date: 1842

Background image1842 Collection: The Remnants of an Army

The Remnants of an Army. Photomechanical print after Elizabeth Thompson (later Lady Butler). Associated with the Retreat from Kabul, 1st Afghan War (1838-1842). Date: 1856

Background image1842 Collection: Sullivan / Vanity Fair

Sullivan / Vanity Fair
SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN Musician, noted for his collaboration with Gilbert on a series of operettas

Background image1842 Collection: Grace Darling, rowing with her father

Grace Darling, rowing with her father
Grace Horsley Darling (1815 - 1842), daughter of the lighthouse keeper, William Darling, on the Farne Islands, seen here rowing with her father to the sinking steamboat the SS Forfarshire in 1838

Background image1842 Collection: Lixnaw Castle, Co. Kerry

Lixnaw Castle, Co. Kerry (1842). Varley, Cornelius 1781 - 1873. Date: 1842

Background image1842 Collection: Pentonville Prison, Islington, North London

Pentonville Prison, Islington, North London
An aerial view of Pentonville Prison in Islington, North London. The prison was opened in 1842 as the new Model Prison, on the separate system

Background image1842 Collection: Abdul Hamid Ii / Lith

Abdul Hamid Ii / Lith
ABDUL HAMID II Ottoman Sultan (1876-1909) who went to war abroad, misgoverned at home, and was eventually deposed

Background image1842 Collection: Pentonville Prison 1844

Pentonville Prison 1844
A view of Pentonville Prison, opened in 1842, from a report to Joshua Jebb in 1844

Background image1842 Collection: Josef Breuer 1923

Josef Breuer 1923
JOSEF BREUER German medical, associate of Freud : in 1923

Background image1842 Collection: Neptune Steamship

Neptune Steamship
Since this paddle steamer is depicted on the Elbe, it is doubtless employed on the England to Hamburg run. The other ship is the Caledonia

Background image1842 Collection: Pentonville Prison 1842

Pentonville Prison 1842
An exterior view of the prison. It was considered to be a model for all new prisons at the time

Background image1842 Collection: William James

William James
WILLIAM JAMES American psychologist

Background image1842 Collection: Lieutenant-General Rowland, Lord Hill, 1819

Lieutenant-General Rowland, Lord Hill, 1819.Oil on canvas by George Dawe (1781-1829), 1819.Full-length portrait in general officers uniform, wearing Bath Star and Waterloo Medal

Background image1842 Collection: Hensons Aerial Steam Carriage

Hensons Aerial Steam Carriage
The Aerial Steam Carriage -- enlarged view of the steam engine. This flying machine was patented by William Samuel Henson (1812-1888) and John Stringfellow (1799-1883) in 1842. 1843

Background image1842 Collection: Hensons Aerial Steam Carriage

Hensons Aerial Steam Carriage
The Aerial Steam Carriage -- underside view with covering fabric in place. This flying machine was patented by William Samuel Henson (1812-1888) and John Stringfellow (1799-1883) in 1842. 1843

Background image1842 Collection: Grace Darling, lighthouse keeper's daughter

Grace Darling, lighthouse keeper's daughter
Grace Horsley Darling (1815 - 1842), daughter of the lighthouse keeper, William Darling, on the Farne Islands, who rowed with her father to the sinking steamboat the SS Forfarshire in 1838

Background image1842 Collection: Hensons Aerial Steam Carriage

Hensons Aerial Steam Carriage
The Aerial Steam Carriage -- sectional views of the boiler. This flying machine was patented by William Samuel Henson (1812-1888) and John Stringfellow (1799-1883) in 1842. 1843

Background image1842 Collection: Hensons Aerial Steam Carriage

Hensons Aerial Steam Carriage
The Aerial Steam Carriage -- enlarged view of the car or carriage. This flying machine was patented by William Samuel Henson (1812-1888) and John Stringfellow (1799-1883) in 1842. 1843

Background image1842 Collection: Hensons Aerial Steam Carriage

Hensons Aerial Steam Carriage
The Aerial Steam Carriage -- side view of the main frame, and plan of the controlling tail. This flying machine was patented by William Samuel Henson (1812-1888) and John Stringfellow (1799-1883)

Background image1842 Collection: Sullivan / Sambourne

Sullivan / Sambourne
SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN Musician, noted for his collaboration with Gilbert on a series of operettas

Background image1842 Collection: Oak Lodge, Dropmore, Buckinghamshire

Oak Lodge, Dropmore, Buckinghamshire
Oak Lodge, Dropmore, near the village of Burnham, Buckinghamshire, on Lord Grenvilles estate, built in the 19th century and clad with Renaissance wooden panels

Background image1842 Collection: Banquet Hall of King Sahla Sellasie, Ethiopia

Banquet Hall of King Sahla Sellasie, Ethiopia
After Lent the King provided an open table to every free man in a banquet that lasted a week. Watercolour, 1842. Johann Martin Bernatz. 1842

Background image1842 Collection: View outside a leather factory, Bermondsey, south London

View outside a leather factory, Bermondsey, south London
View outside Neckinger Mills leather factory, Bermondsey, south London. Date: 1842

Background image1842 Collection: ROBERT i YARZABAL, Bartomeu (1842-1902). Catalan

ROBERT i YARZABAL, Bartomeu (1842-1902). Catalan physician and politician. MESTRES I BORRELL, F鬩 x (1872-1933). Painting. SPAIN. CATALONIA. Barcelona. Gallery of Famous Catalans

Background image1842 Collection: Prince Albert and Queen Victoria in 1842

Prince Albert and Queen Victoria in 1842
Love Life at Windsor Castle. Albert and Victoria in 1842 with their pet dogs Date: 1842

Background image1842 Collection: Poe / Tales / Telltale Heart

Poe / Tales / Telltale Heart
THE TELL-TALE HEART (Page footer: heart & head). Date: First published: 1842

Background image1842 Collection: Boy dragging coal wagon with harness and chain in mine

Boy dragging coal wagon with harness and chain in mine
A boy with a harness and chain between his legs drags a heavy coal truck along a low underground passage in a mine at Halifax, Yorkshire

Background image1842 Collection: Buckingham Palace, London, 1842

Buckingham Palace, London, 1842
Engraving showing the exterior of Buckingham Palace, London, viewed from St. Jamess Park, 1842. This side of Buckingham Palace was re-modelled in the late 1840s to provide more accomodation

Background image1842 Collection: Bullion Office. Bank of England. Chopper for Light Sovereign

Bullion Office. Bank of England. Chopper for Light Sovereign
Engraving of a mechanical chopper used to deface gold coins, which were under weight. In June 1842 the Bank of England recalled millions of gold sovereigns which through wear had lost weight

Background image1842 Collection: Sir James Dewar / Cig Card

Sir James Dewar / Cig Card
SIR JAMES DEWAR Scottish chemist and physicist

Background image1842 Collection: MAP / AFRICA 1842

MAP / AFRICA 1842
Map of Africa

Background image1842 Collection: At the Coal Face / 1842

At the Coal Face / 1842
By the light of a Davy safety lamp, two miners work at the coal face

Background image1842 Collection: Hyde Park Corner (Boys)

Hyde Park Corner (Boys)
A lively depiction of Hyde Park Corner in early Victorian days - when Wellington was living at Apsley House, left, when traffic was lighter but road works prevalent as ever

Background image1842 Collection: Herne Bay, the Pier

Herne Bay, the Pier
Steam and sailing vessels pass the remarkably long pier at Herne Bay, Kent, providing plenty of healthy exercise for visitors

Background image1842 Collection: Sir Bindon Blood

Sir Bindon Blood
SIR BINDON BLOOD British general

Background image1842 Collection: Alfred Rothschild

Alfred Rothschild
ALFRED ROTHSCHILD Member of the English branch of the international banking family, son of Lionel

Background image1842 Collection: Alfred Fernandez Yarrow

Alfred Fernandez Yarrow
Sir ALFRED FERNANDEZ YARROW Inventor and manufacturer, noted for torpedo boats

Background image1842 Collection: Durham Univ Exam 1842

Durham Univ Exam 1842
Examination of the students of the University of Durham

Background image1842 Collection: Elm tree, Ulmus campestris, in winter

Elm tree, Ulmus campestris, in winter, with animals gathered round it. Date: 1842

Background image1842 Collection: Duchess of Cleveland, from a painting by Sir Peter Lely

Duchess of Cleveland, from a painting by Sir Peter Lely.. Handcolored engraving from Civil Costume of England from the Conquest to the Present Period drawn by Charles Martin

Background image1842 Collection: A LAWYERS OFFICE / 1842

A LAWYERS OFFICE / 1842
A weeping woman sits in a solicitors office. The solicitor doesnt really know what to do or how to console her. Date: 1842

Background image1842 Collection: Duddingston Loch

Duddingston Loch (1842). Moore, James 1819 - 1883. Date: 1842

Background image1842 Collection: The Bishops Palace, Dromore, 1781 to 1842

The Bishops Palace, Dromore, 1781 to 1842 - a front view of a large detached house with motor car to the left. (Location: Northern Ireland: County Down: Dromore). Date: circa early 1900s

Background image1842 Collection: Ernest Lavisse

Ernest Lavisse
ERNEST LAVISSE French historian Date: 1842 - 1922

Background image1842 Collection: Royal Exchange 1940S

Royal Exchange 1940S
The third building of its kind erected on the same site, the Royal Exchange (1842-44), was built by Sir William Tite at the junction of Cornhill and Threadneedle Street. Date: late 1940s

Background image1842 Collection: Modern Athenians plate 2 - Edinburgh

Modern Athenians plate 2 - Edinburgh
Rev. David Dickinson (1780-1842) of St, Cuthberts church, approaching and shaking hands with Rev. Robert Candlish (died 1873) of St Georges Church

Background image1842 Collection: Strasbourg Astron. Clock

Strasbourg Astron. Clock
The Astronomical Clock in the Cathedral at Strasbourg built in 1842 by J B Schwilgue in the form of earlier medieval astronomical clocks. The phases of the moon are shown

Background image1842 Collection: Massenet / Sem / Celebrites

Massenet / Sem / Celebrites
JULES MASSENET French composer Date: 1842 - 1912



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