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Images Dated 9th July 2004

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American Indians. Sitting Bull addressing a meeting of brave Featured 9 Jul 2004 Print

American Indians. Sitting Bull addressing a meeting of brave

Sitting was an inspirational Sioux Chief, who together with Crazy Horse, defeated Custer and tried to prevent the American Indians being forced into reservations. He escaped to Canada in 1879, but returned to American in 1881 under an amnesty. He was shot just after this image was published during an Indian uprising

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Joseph Chamberlain arriving in the House of Commons, 16th Ma Featured 9 Jul 2004 Print

Joseph Chamberlain arriving in the House of Commons, 16th Ma

Illustration of Joseph Chamberlain, Colonial Secretary (centre with monocle), entering the House of Commons to loud applause from the Government benches, 16 March 1903. Chamberlain (1836-1914) was just returning from a a foreign tour and interrupted George Wyndham (centre, also standing) who had just risen to answer a question

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

W.E. Gladstones Cabinet of August 1892 Featured 9 Jul 2004 Print

W.E. Gladstones Cabinet of August 1892

Engraving showing the first meeting of Gladstone's new Cabinet Council, 1892. Those illustrated are: Top row, left to right: Mr. Henry Fowler, Mr. Shaw-Lefevre, Mr. John Morley, William Ewart Gladstone, Sir George Trevelyan, Mr. Arthur Acland, Mr. Campbell-Bannerman, Mr. Bryce. Middle row, left to right: Mr. Mundella (with large beard), Mr. Asquith, Earl Spencer, The Earl of Rosebery, Lord Herschell and Mr. Arnold Morley. Front row, left to right: The Marquis of Ripon, Sir William Harcourt and the Earl of Kimberley

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans