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Switzerland - Rosenlaui, The Wellhorn and the Wetterhorn
Coloured lantern slide of a view across the Rosenlaui alpine valley with the mountains Wellhorn and Wetterhorn in the background. The Wetterhorn (3,692 m), was first climbed in 1844, by Stanhope T. Speer. The 1854 ascent by Alfred Wills and party is more celebrated and is generally regarded to have marked the beginning of the golden age of alpinism'.. Slide number 27 of Box 181 entitled Swiss No.1'. Date: circa 1890s
© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans
Charles II hiding in the Boscobel Oak
Charles II hiding in the Boscobel Oak Tree. Following a misguided attempt to regain the throne following his Father's execution in 1649, Charles hopes were finally crushed at Worcester in the final conflict of the Civil War forcing the young man to flee for his life. Initially, the future King Charles II set out to cross the River Severn into Wales, but found his way blocked by Cromwell's patrols. He sought refuge instead at Boscobel, hiding first in a tree which is now known as The Royal Oak
© Mary Evans Picture Library/SHIRLEY EVANS