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David Attenborough
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David Attenborough
Fred Archer
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Fred Archer
Captain Collins of Brighton, with his family Featured Image

Captain Collins of Brighton, with his family

Captain Fred Collins of Brighton, who ran three pleasure boats called the Skylark and was a familiar figure on Brighton Beach for sixty years. His cry of Any More for the Skylark became so famous that it became a national saying for pleasure boats. It is believed that the novelist Charles Dickens knew Collins, and went for a trip on the Skylark in 1867, commenting later on the captain's witty chatter to the trippers. Collins is seen here on the right, with his son, grandson and great grandson. The fleet continued to sail until just after the Second World War under his son, also named Fred Collins, although two of the three boats were lost at Dunkirk in 1940

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Cricketer, Lillywhite
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Cricketer, Lillywhite
Sir Frederick Bridge
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Sir Frederick Bridge
The Melton Breakfast by Sir Francis Grant Featured Image

The Melton Breakfast by Sir Francis Grant

A rare mezzotint of High Leicestershire Lights of the past enjoying breakfast before a hunt. From left to right are Massey Stanley, the Earl of Wilton, Count Matuszevic, Lord Gardner, Walter Little Gilmour, Lyne Stevens, a servant, Sir Frederick Johnstone, Lord Rokeby, Lord Forester, Lord Kinnaird and Roland Errington. Lord Forester, standing by the fire, became Master of the Belvoir, and hunted that country for twenty-eight years. Mr Gilmour and Lord Gardner were well known for their cooks and cellars and the latter was also a poet. Mr Errington was Master of the Quorn from 1835 to 1838. The artist, once President of the Royal Academy, was knighted at the age of fifty-six and lived most of his life in Melton in the heart of Leicestershire hunting country. His family preferred that he should be buried there rather than in St. Paul's Cathedral. Date: 1835

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Prussian Royal Family, 1875
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Prussian Royal Family, 1875
Licensed Victuallers Asylum
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Licensed Victuallers Asylum
Sir John Day
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Sir John Day
Prince Frederick of Denmark and Princess Ingrid of Sweden Featured Image

Prince Frederick of Denmark and Princess Ingrid of Sweden

The wedding of Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark and Princess Ingrid of Sweden, which took place in Stockholm on 24th May 1935. The bridegroom was the eldest son of King Christian X of Denmark and the bride was the only daughter of Crown Prince Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden and Princess Margaret of Connaught.
24th May 1935

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mar

Musk duck, Biziura lobata
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Musk duck, Biziura lobata
Battle of Zorndorf
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Battle of Zorndorf
The Jockey Fred Archer
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The Jockey Fred Archer

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