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Background imageSheriff Collection: The Skye crofters Land League Agitation

The Skye crofters Land League Agitation
Sketches in the Isle of Skye: the Crofters Land League. 1.Staffin, from the Bay. 2.Crofters huts in Portree. 3.Women of the crofters. 4. A Skye landlord. 5

Background imageSheriff Collection: Sheriff Hutton Castle

Sheriff Hutton Castle
The snow covered ruins of Sheriff Hutton Castle, Rydale, North Yorkshire, England. It was built in 1379 by Bertram de Bulmer, Sheriff of York, as a fortified manor house. Date: 14th century

Background imageSheriff Collection: Modern Athenians plate 1 - Edinburgh

Modern Athenians plate 1 - Edinburgh
Alexander Youngson on the left hand plate, approaching John Sheriff, alias Dr. Syntax, on the right hand plate. Youngson was apparently not happy about being depicted with Dr

Background imageSheriff Collection: Lullingstone Castle Gatehouse

Lullingstone Castle Gatehouse
The marvellous Tudor brick gatehouse of Lullingstone Castle, in Eynsford, Kent. Built by Sir John Peche (who became Sheriff of Kent in 1495)

Background imageSheriff Collection: Robin & the Sheriff

Robin & the Sheriff
The Sheriff of Nottingham orders his men to seize Robin Hood, but Robin is prepared to defend his liberty

Background imageSheriff Collection: Lt. Col Alfred Kirby

Lt. Col Alfred Kirby
Lieutenant-Colonel and Sheriff Alfred Kirby

Background imageSheriff Collection: Robin Hood and the Sheriff of Nottingham

Robin Hood and the Sheriff of Nottingham
Robin Hood tricks the Sheriff of Nottingham (and robs him of his gold). circa 1195

Background imageSheriff Collection: Sheriff Pat Garrett, American lawman

Sheriff Pat Garrett, American lawman
Patrick Floyd (Pat) Garrett (1850-1908), American lawman, sheriff, bartender and customs agent who, in around 1881, fatally shot Billy the Kid. Date: late 19th century

Background imageSheriff Collection: Sir Moses Montefiore, Bart, philanthropist, banker

Sir Moses Montefiore, Bart, philanthropist, banker, Sheriff of London, President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews - The Family Friend magazine March 1871 Date: 1871

Background imageSheriff Collection: Sir John Voce Moore

Sir John Voce Moore
A portrait photograph of a seated John Voce Moore, alderman and sheriff of London in 1894, later to become the Lord Mayor in 1898. He was a founder of a tea trading company. Date: circa 1894

Background imageSheriff Collection: Sir Joseph Cockfield Dimsdale

Sir Joseph Cockfield Dimsdale
A portrait photograph of Sir Joseph Cockfield Dimsdale, standing wearing his medallion proudly, he was a sheriff and alderman of London in 1894, becoming Lord Mayor in 1901-2. Date: circa 1894

Background imageSheriff Collection: Brass plate memorial to Nicholas and Isabella Carew

Brass plate memorial to Nicholas and Isabella Carew
Engraving after a brass plate memorial to Nicholas Carew (or De Carru, c1356-1432) and his wife Isabella (or Isabel), in St Mary's Church, Beddington, Surrey

Background imageSheriff Collection: Portrait of King Richard II of England

Portrait of King Richard II of England
King Richard II of England, from an original picture hung in the Choir of St. Peters Westminster. Copperplate engraving by John Thomas Smith after original drawings by members of the Society of

Background imageSheriff Collection: Football trophies, medals and caps

Football trophies, medals and caps - Sheriff of London Charity Shield, Winners Medals and Losers Medal, Medal presented to each member of the team that heads the Southern League

Background imageSheriff Collection: William Beckford, MP, Sheriff and Lord Mayor of London

William Beckford, MP, Sheriff and Lord Mayor of London
William Beckford (1709-1770), MP for the City of London, Sheriff of London, and Lord Mayor of London in 1762 and 1769. circa 1760s

Background imageSheriff Collection: HOGARTH / INDUSTRY / IDLE 8

HOGARTH / INDUSTRY / IDLE 8
8. The industrious apprentice has grown rich and become Sheriff of London Date: 1747

Background imageSheriff Collection: The front cover of Wild West Weekly

The front cover of Wild West Weekly - No.1 Vol. 1 - 12th March 1938. Packed with first class stries and two free gifts! Date: 1938

Background imageSheriff Collection: Ufos Strauch St George

Ufos Strauch St George
Deputy sheriff Arthur Strauch takes this photo while hunting with four companions near St. George, Minnesota

Background imageSheriff Collection: Man in cowboy outfit, Hayle, Cornwall

Man in cowboy outfit, Hayle, Cornwall
Man in a cowboy outfit, complete with gun, at the Longhorn Country Music Club in Hayle, Cornwall

Background imageSheriff Collection: Robert Waithman - London merchant, Sheriff and Lord Mayor

Robert Waithman - London merchant, Sheriff and Lord Mayor
Robert Waithman (1764-1833) - London merchant, Sheriff and Lord Mayor. Date: 1818

Background imageSheriff Collection: The Leaders of the Leicester Unemployed Pilgrimage to London

The Leaders of the Leicester Unemployed Pilgrimage to London (Mr George White, Rev F Lewis Donaldson and Mr Amos Sheriff)

Background imageSheriff Collection: Highgate Hill, London - Dick Whittington Stone

Highgate Hill, London - Dick Whittington Stone
Whittington Stone - Highgate Hill, London - where Dick Whittington heard the Bow Bells Date: circa 1910s

Background imageSheriff Collection: Presentation of the new Sheriffs of London at Westminster

Presentation of the new Sheriffs of London at Westminster
Ancient ceremony of chopping sticks, and counting horse-shoes and hob-nails, in the Court of the Exchequer. Date: 1844

Background imageSheriff Collection: Police, under direction of the sheriff. Isle of Skye

Police, under direction of the sheriff. Isle of Skye
Police, under direction of the sheriff, constructing a bridge for marines bringing supplies to the Lodge. Date: 1884

Background imageSheriff Collection: Augustus Harris (1852-1896). Engraving. Colored

Augustus Harris (1852-1896). Engraving. Colored
Augustus Harris (1852-1896). English actor, businessman and dramatist. Engraving in The Artistic Ilustration, 1896. Colored

Background imageSheriff Collection: Slingsby Bethel

Slingsby Bethel
SLINGSBY BETHEL Sheriff of London whose Republican principles got him into difficulties. Date: 1617 - 1697

Background imageSheriff Collection: Little John and the Cookin the Sheriffs house

Little John and the Cookin the Sheriffs house
Little John fights with the cook in the Sheriffs house

Background imageSheriff Collection: Ceremony of Presenting the Sheriffs of London

Ceremony of Presenting the Sheriffs of London
The Ceremony of Presenting the Sheriffs of London. 1811

Background imageSheriff Collection: Sheriff William Watson

Sheriff William Watson
William Watson, Sheriff of Aberdeen, established several schools of industry in the city - fore-runners of the national Industrial School system

Background imageSheriff Collection: Slingsby Bethell, Esq, a Sheriff of London

Slingsby Bethell, Esq, a Sheriff of London
Slingsby Bethell, Esq. a Sheriff of London in 1680, from a scarce print in the British Museum.. Handcolored engraving from Civil Costume of England from the Conquest to the Present Period drawn by

Background imageSheriff Collection: Sale of cattle in Ireland by Sheriff

Sale of cattle in Ireland by Sheriff
Land League agitation in Ireland. A sheriff sells cattle to raise the rent that the previous owner of the cattle was unable to pay

Background imageSheriff Collection: Sir William H. Gregory, Vanity Fair, Co朗

Sir William H. Gregory, Vanity Fair, Co朗
SIR WILLIAM HENRY GREGORY (1817-1892) Anglo-Irish writer and politician. Conservative Member of Parliament for Dublin between 1842 and 1847

Background imageSheriff Collection: Lord Glantawe, Vanity Fair, WHO

Lord Glantawe, Vanity Fair, WHO
JOHN JONES JENKINS, 1st Baron GLANTAWE of Swansea (1835 - 1915) Welsh tin-plate manufacturer and Liberal politician. Three time Mayor of Swansea (1869, 1879 and 1880)

Background imageSheriff Collection: George C. Fitzwilliam, Vanity Fair, Spy

George C. Fitzwilliam, Vanity Fair, Spy
GEORGE CHARLES FITZWILLIAM (1866-1935) Son of the Hon. George Wentworth FitzWilliam (1817-1874). Landowner, Mayor of Peterborough, High Sheriff of Northamptonshire

Background imageSheriff Collection: Robert Waithman - 2

Robert Waithman - 2
ROBERT WAITHMAN London merchant, sheriff and lord mayor 1823 - 24. Date: 1764 - 1933

Background imageSheriff Collection: Rugby School

Rugby School, Warwickshire, England, was founded by a bequest from Lawrence Sheriff, wealthy grocer to Elizabeth I. The famous Victorian parts are by William Butterfield (1875). Date: founded 1567

Background imageSheriff Collection: Sir Thomas Kytson

Sir Thomas Kytson
SIR THOMAS KYTSON merchant and sheriff Date: 1485 - 1540

Background imageSheriff Collection: Whittington Stone - Highgate Hill, London

Whittington Stone - Highgate Hill, London - where Dick Whittington heard the Bow Bells Date: circa 1940

Background imageSheriff Collection: Robin Hood resting in a tree

Robin Hood resting in a tree

Background imageSheriff Collection: Robin Hood

Robin Hood
Scenes from Robin Hood

Background imageSheriff Collection: Field of Sheriffmuir, Scotland

Field of Sheriffmuir, Scotland
The Field of Sheriffmuir in Scotland where the Battle of Sheriffmuir took place on 13 November 1715, during the Jacobite Rebellion 1715

Background imageSheriff Collection: Victorian man standing by a mirror

Victorian man standing by a mirror
A Victorian man standing by a mirror. It is probably Frederick Charles Polhill-Turner (1826-1881), around the time of his wedding to Emily Frances Barron in 1852

Background imageSheriff Collection: Gipsy boy with his pet guinea pig

Gipsy boy with his pet guinea pig
A gipsy boy wearing a Sheriffs hat, cuddling his pet guinea pig

Background imageSheriff Collection: Modern Athenians plate 41 - Edinburgh

Modern Athenians plate 41 - Edinburgh
Sir James Wellwood, Lord Moncreiff (1776-1851) walking the same street as fellow member of the Bar, Mr Robert Bell (1781-1861) Sheriff of Berwickshire

Background imageSheriff Collection: Modern Athenians plate 4 - Edinburgh

Modern Athenians plate 4 - Edinburgh
Mr Robert Thompson (c.1790-1857) Sheriff of Caithness, being followed by Mr Robert Hunter (1791-1871) Sheriff of Bute and Dumbarton

Background imageSheriff Collection: Modern Athenians plate 33 - Edinburgh

Modern Athenians plate 33 - Edinburgh
Mr Patrick Shaw (1796-1872) lawyer and monoped, passing Hercules Robertson (Lord Benholme) (1796-1874) lawyer and Sheriff of Renfrewshire, on the streets of Edinburgh

Background imageSheriff Collection: Modern Athenians plate 14 - Edinburgh

Modern Athenians plate 14 - Edinburgh
Adam Duff (d. 1840) Sheriff of Midlothian approaching The Hon. Henry, Lord Cockburn (1779-1854) Two legal gentleman, the former a confirmed Tory, the later with Whig sentiments

Background imageSheriff Collection: Modern Athenians plate 20 - Edinburgh

Modern Athenians plate 20 - Edinburgh
Mr Alexander Kidston (1762-1850) approaching Mr. John Jardine (1777-1850), Sheriff of Ross and Cromarty, on the streets of Edinburgh



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