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Choose from 307 pictures in our Thought 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.

Captain James Burnet Featured Print

Captain James Burnet

CAPTAIN JAMES BURNET, Captain of the Edinburgh City Guard, when Napoleon is thought to be planning to invade Britain. Though he has hardly the shape to defend his country.. Date: CIRCA 1795

© Mary Evans Picture Library

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Abyssinian Expedition: The Exodus of Theodore's Broken Army Featured Print

Abyssinian Expedition: The Exodus of Theodore's Broken Army

The British 1868 Expedition to Abyssinia was a punitive expedition against King Theodore, after he had imprisoned missionaries and representatives of the British Government. After the British had bombarded Magdala and defeated the Abyssinian Army, King Theodore shot himself. This image shows the exodus of the population, including thousands of the men of King Theodore's defeated army with their wives and children. In total it is thought that 30, 000 people were part of this flight.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The King and Queen at the Windsor festivities Featured Print

The King and Queen at the Windsor festivities

George III (1738-1820)and Queen Charlotte observing the roasting of an ox at Windsor, part of celebrations to mark the king's Diamond Jubilee in 1810. Accompanied by the queen and several of their children, the royal family watched from an erected pavilion and were served slices of beef with plum pudding. The festivities at Windsor were among many held throughout the country to mark the fifty year reign of this popular monarch. Shortly afterwards, George's favourite daughter, Amelia fell ill and died. The shock brought on mental derangement (now thought to be caused by porphyria) and in 1811, the Prince of Wales was appointed Prince Regent.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans