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Images Dated 6th June 2011

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In. 70.4 Fateh Singh's (1769-1818) music party, c.1770-80 (vellum) Featured 6 Jun 2011 Print

In. 70.4 Fateh Singh's (1769-1818) music party, c.1770-80 (vellum)

CBL226826 In. 70.4 Fateh Singh's (1769-1818) music party, c.1770-80 (vellum) by Indian School, (18th century); The Trustees of the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin; A© Chester Beatty Library ; Indian, out of copyright.
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Old London Building 1802 Featured 6 Jun 2011 Print

Old London Building 1802

Beaumont House, Butcher Row, Temple Bar, a??etching Published in London a??View of the old houses on Butcher Row; street traders on pavement in front, the back of a carriage on the right; frontispiece to the European Magazine, vol. 42. 1802a??Etchinga??Width: 124 millimetres

© BernardAllum

168732372, Antique, Architecture And Buildings, Broken, City, Cloud, Cobblestone, Doorway, England, Engraved Image, Etching, Facade, Georgian Style, Hand Truck, Homes, Landmarks, London England, Looking At View, Market Vendor, Messy, Old, Old Houses, Old World, Olde World, Outdoors, Paper, Poverty, Print, Roof, Sidewalk, Sky, Temple Bar, Travel Locations, Urban Scene, Vertical, Window

Cucumbers are spread on a field as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell Featured 6 Jun 2011 Print

Cucumbers are spread on a field as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell

Cucumbers are spread on a field to be used as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell their produce in Carquefou near Nantes, western France, June 6, 2011. Authorities in Germany have yet to pinpoint the exact source of the three-week E.colli outbreak that has killed 22 people in Europe and stricken more than 2,200 in a dozen countries -- all of whom had been travelling in northern Germany. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) bacteria. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE HEALTH)