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D'Ye Ken John Peel in his Coat so Grey by Joseph Simpson Featured 9 Feb 2016 Image

D'Ye Ken John Peel in his Coat so Grey by Joseph Simpson

John Peel (1776? 13 November 1854), English huntsman and the subject of the nineteenth century song D'ye ken John Peel - "ken" meaning to be aware of or to know in some dialects of the North of England. Peel became a moderately well-known figure, owing to the song written about him. Some of the local gentry, after his death, were glad to take on his sons as servants, and the story of Peel romanticized hunting activities for many. He died in 1854 and is buried in the churchyard of St Kentigern's Church, Caldbeck. In 1977 his grave was vandalised by anti-hunting activists. Date: 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The Enthusiastic Bootblack by H M Bateman Featured 9 Feb 2016 Image

The Enthusiastic Bootblack by H M Bateman

The Enthusiastic Bootblack by H M Bateman, starts with an innocent scenario, a man needs his shoes polished, but the Bootblack on the street is an earnest and hardworking type. He takes so long polishing the boot that the man becomes frustrated and tries to pull his foot from the stand. The Bootblack does not let go and the man grabs hold of an omnibus to extract himself, pulling the polishing man with him until his boot comes off and the Bootblack carries on polishing as he lay in the street. Date: 1920

© Estate of H M Bateman/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

Caricature of W E Gladstone and the ghost of Palmerston Featured 9 Feb 2016 Image

Caricature of W E Gladstone and the ghost of Palmerston

Caricature of W E Gladstone and the ghost of Palmerston, his predecessor as Liberal Party leader. Palmerston wonders at Gladstone being in the House of Commons on Derby Day. Gladstone replies that he will be going to Epsom on Sunday (on a visit to the home of his younger colleague, Lord Rosebery).

© Terry Parker / Mary Evans Picture Library