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You searched for: Place: "River Orwell" "River Orwell"

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  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    View on the Orwell, 1830

    View on the Orwell [boat/ship] Sailing ships on banks of the river Orwell, Suffolk; three men working outside boathouse at left, with windmill seen in distance at right; after Constable (Reynolds 10.35); progress proof before letters, after roof to

    View on the Orwell, 1830

    View on the Orwell [boat/ship] Sailing ships on banks of the river Orwell, Suffolk; three men working outside boathouse at left, with windmill seen in distance at right; after Constable (Reynolds 10.35); progress proof, with framing lines added, before

    View on the Orwell; New Series of Engravings, illustrative of English Landscape, 1838

    View on the Orwell; New Series of Engravings, illustrative of English Landscape [boat/ship] Sailing ships on banks of the river Orwell, Suffolk; three men working outside boathouse at left, with windmill seen in distance at right; after Constable (Reynolds

    View on the Orwell, 1830

    View on the Orwell [boat/ship] Sailing ships on banks of the river Orwell, Suffolk; three men working outside boathouse at left, with windmill seen in distance at right; after Constable (Reynolds 10.35); progress proof, fourth bird above windmill clearly

    View on the Orwell, 1830

    View on the Orwell [boat/ship] Sailing ships on banks of the river Orwell, Suffolk; three men working outside boathouse at left, with windmill seen in distance at right; after Constable (Reynolds 10.35); progress proof, fourth bird above windmill faintly

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MONETARY REVIEW. The markets for Public Securities have shown no material changes during the week. Consols which opened at a frac- tional improvement on Monday, were less firm, and finally declined i on Thursday, owing to the expected introduction Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. poses to fix Iss permaneest residence. whr les Lj Ist year the whippinag o jutvdmli~ offenlders ecd 'Is2,937, agains~t2,02J.'in tleyekr before, , dle,- Mr. lorsf~r andi his famaily asvivod it. St. petersbul , Saturday', having gone there lby Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A WARWICKSHIE LFE-BOAT. A correspondent remarks on the paragraph headed "Munificent Gift," relating to Miss Leohimere's contribu- tion of £300. to pay the cost of a life-boat, which appeared in the .Daily Post last week:- "II am sure that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WARLIKE PREPARATIONS. t A number of Whitelearl or "fiali" torpedoes harn to been shipped from the Royal Arsenal at WI olwich, fuo j Portsmouth, enc route for the fleet in the Mediterrrenir, Ir They are constructed on the latest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    KIDDERMINSTER WEAVES' SPORTS. Yesterday the annual fete and sports, under the auspicesof the Carpet-weavers' Assocition, were held at Greemhill, Kidderminster, by permission of Mr. C. Crowther. a procession having, as usual, paraded the town in the morning. The weather Subscribers-only content

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