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Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: RMS Carpathia, 1903

RMS Carpathia, 1903
Photograph of the Cunard Lines RMS Carpathia, launched by the Swan Hunter Shipyard, in 1902. She was the first vessel built for the Cunard Line which was exclusively for second

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Model of HMS Victory of 1737

Model of HMS Victory of 1737
Model of HMS Victory, as displayed in the South Kensington Museum, 1865. HMS Victory, launched in 1737, was a three-decker first-rate warship of 100 guns

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: SS Berengaria Passing Spithead, 1935

SS Berengaria Passing Spithead, 1935
Photograph of the Cunard Liner SS Berengaria passing through the lines of the British Fleet, assembled for the Spithead Review, on her homeward journey from New York

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: R. M. S. Queen Mary under construction, 1934

R. M. S. Queen Mary under construction, 1934
Photograph of Queen Mary, then known as 534, under construction at John Browns shipyard, Clydebank. Work on the massive liner had been halted between 1931 and 1934 due to lack of funds

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: HMS Implacable, 1920

HMS Implacable, 1920
Photograph of HMS Implacable, formerly the Duguay-Trouin, 1920. This ship was built in France in 1789, served at Trafalgar, and was captured by the Royal Navy shortly thereafter

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Court room scene, Mr M Naughten trial

Court room scene, Mr M Naughten trial
A sketch taken of the courtroom at Old Bailey where the trial of Mr M Naughten took place, for the assassination Mr Edward Drummond, secretary to Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: David Lloyd George leaving Downing Street

David Lloyd George leaving Downing Street
Lloyd George pictured leaving Downing Street after his resignation with his wife and daughter Megan. His resignation announcement featured in the Court circular of 19th October

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Mr Percy Holden Illingworth, MP, and Lord Murray

Mr Percy Holden Illingworth, MP, and Lord Murray
Mr Percy Holden Illingworth, the chief whip for the Liberal Party pictured with Lord Murray whose purchase of the American Marconi shares had been leaked, causing much scandal at the time

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Dunnottar Castle, Kincardine, Scotland

Dunnottar Castle, Kincardine, Scotland
Engraving of Dunnottar Castle, Kincardine, Scotland, August 1884

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Portrait of Ethel Le Neve

Portrait of Ethel Le Neve
Ethel Le Neve, Dr Crippens mistress. Dr Crippen, an American citizen, lived at 39 Hilldrop Cresent, Camden, London. He was accused of murdering his wife when she disappeared under suspicious

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: The Royal Hospital of Bethlehem; gallery for men

The Royal Hospital of Bethlehem; gallery for men
The hospital also known as Bethlem Royal Hospital or Bedlam was the oldest psychiatric hospital in the world. The building had been moved around many sites

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: The end of the Tichborne trial

The end of the Tichborne trial
The final hour of the long running Tichborne trial, for the conviction of Mr Arthur Orton for perjury. The claimants farewell to the judge

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Poster for a Royal Navy Auction, 1910

Poster for a Royal Navy Auction, 1910
Poster advertising an auction held in 1910 to sell a number of obsolete Royal Navy vessels. The Navy was selling these five vessels to the highest bidder

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Erich Maria Remarque (1898-1970)

Erich Maria Remarque (1898-1970)
Photograph of Erich Maria Remarque (1898-1970), author of All Quiet on the Western Front, taken circa. 1929

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: An incubator nursery

An incubator nursery
Nurses attending to sick babies kept alive in a ward of incubators. The incubators pictured are from a design by Paul Altmann and distributed by Messrs Coney and Schenkhein

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Medical School at Guys Hospital

Medical School at Guys Hospital
The new medical school buildings were opened by the Prince of Wales, on the 26th May 1897

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: R. M. S. Queen Mary under construction, Clydebank, 1934

R. M. S. Queen Mary under construction, Clydebank, 1934
Photograph of Queen Mary, then known as 534, under construction at John Browns shipyard, Clydebank. Work on the massive liner had been halted between 1931 and 1934 due to lack of funds

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Lascar Seamen at work and at rest, 1906

Lascar Seamen at work and at rest, 1906
Series of Photographs showing Lascar seamen at work in the stokehole of a passenger liner (centre image) and at rest in the Home for Asiatic Seamen (bottom images)

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: A Witch Doctor and his bride

A Witch Doctor and his bride
The Witch Doctor pictured is from the Mashlangan tribe, inhabiting the Lydenburg district of the Transvaal Republic. He had claimed to have used his power to rid the plague of locusts that devastated

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: HMS Nelson, 1930

HMS Nelson, 1930
Illustration showing a cross section of the battleship HMS Nelson, 1930. Launched in 1925 at the Armstrong yard, Newcastle, HMS Nelson served in World War II and was scrapped in 1949

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: The Social Hall on R. M. S. P. Almanzora, 1920

The Social Hall on R. M. S. P. Almanzora, 1920
Photograph of the Social Hall aboard Royal Mail Steam Packet Companys Almanzora, 1920. Launched in 1914, she served as an Armed Cruiser in World War I, then was reconverted into a liner

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Incubators, at the Maternity Hospital, Port Royal, Paris

Incubators, at the Maternity Hospital, Port Royal, Paris
A sketch of Mr Tarniers incubators for babies. The incubator is made of a wooden box with padded sides, for insulation. The box containing the child sits on a compartment of hot water bottles

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: The New Holland Ferry, on the Humber, April 1848

The New Holland Ferry, on the Humber, April 1848
Engraving of the New Holland Ferry, on the Humber River, belonging the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway, from the Illustrated London News, 15th April 1848

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Dr Slade the spirit medium

Dr Slade the spirit medium
The trial of Henry Slade, the medium who was said to communicate with spirits by a slate board. Top sketch shows Mr G. Leis, counsel for the Prosecution and bottom image shows Professor E

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Tichborne House

Tichborne House, Alresford, Hants. The family home of Mr Roger Tichborne. Mr Orton was sentenced to fourteen years imprisonment, for claiming to be Mr Roger Tichborne

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: HMS Phoenix after the Hong-Kong Typhoon, September 1906

HMS Phoenix after the Hong-Kong Typhoon, September 1906
Photograph of HMS Phoenix, the twin-screw steel and wood sloop of 1895, heeled over beside the coaling station, Hong Kong

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Wreck of the French Destroyer Fronde, Hong Kong, 1906

Wreck of the French Destroyer Fronde, Hong Kong, 1906
Photograph showing the wreck of the French destroyer Fronde, caused by the typhoon that struck Hong Kong on 18th September 1906

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: The Mataro Votive Ship Model, 1930

The Mataro Votive Ship Model, 1930
Photograph of a ship model, probably built circa 1450, that was hung as a Votive offering in the Chapel of the town of Mataro, Catalonia, Spain

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Battle between the English Fleet and Spanish Armada, 1588

Battle between the English Fleet and Spanish Armada, 1588
Illustration of a battle in the English Channel between Elizabeth Is fleet and the Spanish Armada of King Philip II. This image would appear to depict several English galleons or galleases exchanging

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: The SS Berengaria, New York, 1938

The SS Berengaria, New York, 1938
Photograph of the Cunard-White Star liner Berengaria at her pier in the River Hudson. Built in 1912 for the Hamburg-American Line as Imperator

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Half-Scale Replica of Drakes Golden Hind, 1935

Half-Scale Replica of Drakes Golden Hind, 1935
Photograph of an exact half-scale replica of Sir Francis Drakes Golden Hind, which was a feature of Navy Week, Plymouth, August 1935

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: RMS Carisbrook Castle, 1898

RMS Carisbrook Castle, 1898
Photograph of the Castle Line Mail Steamship Carisbrook Castle, shortly after her launch in 1898. Built by the Fairfield Shipbuilding Company on the Clyde, she was 500 foot in length

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Prince of Wales opening the new wards of Charing Cross Hospi

Prince of Wales opening the new wards of Charing Cross Hospi
Established in 1831, this picture shows the opening ceremony after improvements made to the hospital in 1877. The alterations cost approximately 13, 000 and took just over a year to complete"

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: A Thermostatic Nurse

A Thermostatic Nurse
Illustrations of a Thermostatic Nurse, an invention by Mr Hearson. The tank was separated into two compartments; in the lower, a shallow tank of water was used to moisten and heat the air

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Guys Hospital, Southwark

Guys Hospital, Southwark
A sketch showing the new building at Guys Hospital in 1852. Guys Hospital founded in 1721 by Thomas Guy, on a site near London Bridge. He died four years later but left a large fund for the hospital

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Illustrations of chimneys and stoves taken from the exhibiti

Illustrations of chimneys and stoves taken from the exhibiti
The International Smoke Abatement Exhibition at South Kensington. Sketches showing innovations in the fuel industry

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Thomas Guy

Thomas Guy
Born in 1644, Guy completed his education and went on to represent Tamworth in Parliament. He moved to London and spent eight years as a booksellers apprentice

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Thomas Guys tomb

Thomas Guys tomb
The tomb of Thomas Guy in the chapel at Guys hospital. Born in 1644, he completed his education and went on to represent Tamworth in Parliament

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Crowds waiting for news outside the Tichborne Trial

Crowds waiting for news outside the Tichborne Trial
The final hour of the long running Tichborne trial, for the conviction of Mr Arthur Orton for perjury. The crowds gather in the surrounding streets for the verdict

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: St Thomass Hospital

St Thomass Hospital
View of the newly opened buildings on the Southern Thames Embankment at Lambeth. St Thomass was relocated so the London Bridge terminus could be enlarged

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Royal Humane Society

Royal Humane Society
A sketch of the receiving house of the Royal Humane Society. The society was founded in 1774 by Dr William Hawes and Dr Thomas Cogan, to save people from drowning by using resuscitation

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Mr Bradlaugh in the House of Commons

Mr Bradlaugh in the House of Commons
Mr Bradlaugh seen in the House of Commons taking the oath of allegiance. In 1881 Mr Gladstone introduced a bill that allowed non-believers to affirm their allegiance to the Crown

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Broadmoor - view of the terrace where male prisoners were ab

Broadmoor - view of the terrace where male prisoners were ab
Broadmoor opened as an asylum in 1863 to female patients and to male patients the following year. The building was designed by military engineer, Major General Joshua Jebb

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Portraits of Mme Caillaux, M. Joseph Caillaux and M. Gaston

Portraits of Mme Caillaux, M. Joseph Caillaux and M. Gaston
Mme Caillaux, wife of the French Minister of Financeb Joseph Caillaux who shot Gaston Calmette, Managing Editor of the Figaro

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: A Bastuto Witch Doctor

A Bastuto Witch Doctor
A sketch made from a photograph by Mr F. Armstrong. The Witch Doctor pictured is said to be highly regarded within his tribe

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Poachers

Poachers
A sketch showing poaching by lantern light in Ireland

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: Medical students at work

Medical students at work
In the library; a sketch of students studying at St Thomass Hospital

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2004: The pharmaceutical laboratory

The pharmaceutical laboratory
A sketch of medical students preparing medicines at St Thomass Hospital. Date: 1886



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