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Oliver Falls In With The Artful Dodger. Hullo, My Covey, Whats The Row? Said Featured Print

Oliver Falls In With The Artful Dodger. Hullo, My Covey, Whats The Row? Said

Oliver Falls In With The Artful Dodger. " Hullo, My Covey, What's The Row?" Said This Strange Young Gentleman To Oliver. " I Am Very Hungry And Tired," Replied Oliver; The Tears Standing In His Eyes As He Spoke. " I Have Walked A Long Way. I Have Been Walking These Seven Days." Illustration By Harry Furniss For The Charles Dickens Novel Oliver Twist, From The Testimonial Edition, Published 1910

© Design Pics / Ken Welsh

The Opening Of Dail Eireann, Or Chamber Of Deputies, Of The Irish Free State Parliament Featured Print

The Opening Of Dail Eireann, Or Chamber Of Deputies, Of The Irish Free State Parliament

The Opening Of Dail Eireann, Or Chamber Of Deputies, Of The Irish Free State Parliament, Dublin, Ireland On September 9, 1922. From The Story Of 25 Eventful Years In Pictures, Published 1935.

© Design Pics / Ken Welsh

Chamber, Dail, Dail Eireann, Deputies, Dublin, Free, Government, Ireland, Irish, Ninth, Parliament, Politician, Politicians, Politics, September, State

Magic Lantern Slide Circa 1900 Hand Coloured.john Gilpin Coloured Illustration.john Gilpin Featured Print

Magic Lantern Slide Circa 1900 Hand Coloured.john Gilpin Coloured Illustration.john Gilpin

Magic Lantern Slide Circa 1900 Hand Coloured.john Gilpin Coloured Illustration.john Gilpin (18th Century) Was Featured As The Subject In A Well-Known Comic Ballad Of 1782 By William Cowper, Entitled The Diverting History Of John Gilpin. Cowper Had Heard The Story From His Friend Lady Austen.gilpin Was Said To Be A Wealthy Draper From Cheapside In London, Who Owned Land At Olney, Buckinghamshire, Near Where Cowper Lived. It Is Likely That He Was A Mr Beyer, A Linen Draper Of The Cheapside Corner Of Paternoster Row.the Poem Tells How Gilpin And His Wife And Children Became Separated During A Journey To The Bell Inn, Edmonton, After Gilpin Loses Control Of His Horse, And Is Carried Ten Miles Farther To The Town Of Ware.

© Design Pics / John Short