O Lord O Lord! I can not - I never shall remember?
O Lord O Lord! I can not - I never shall remember all these cursed conversions, filings, marches, counter marches and wheelings!Watercolour from 'The Cornwall Militia', a set of ten watercolours, based on regimental 'characters', artist unknown, 1796.Caricature of Col Rodd preparing for a field day.The originals for the coloured aquatint 'A Peep into Camp', published by S W Fores, 8 May 1797. Associated with the Wars of the French Revolution, Home Defence (1793-1802). Date: 1796
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Reconstruction of the Templo Mayor complex in the
Reconstruction of the Templo Mayor complex in the city of Mexico-Tenochtitlan, founded in 1325. It was the capital of the Aztec Empire until its occupation in 1521 by HernᮠCort鳠during the Spanish conquest of Mexico. Illustration by Lluis Bargallatercolour.
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