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Images Dated 30th July 2019

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Crab Spider - on Hemerocallis Flower with Hoverfly Prey Misumena vatia Essex, UK IN001190 Date: 21-Jul-19 Featured 30 Jul 2019 Image

Crab Spider - on Hemerocallis Flower with Hoverfly Prey Misumena vatia Essex, UK IN001190 Date: 21-Jul-19

Crab Spider - on Hemerocallis Flower with Hoverfly Prey
Misumena vatia
Essex, UK
IN001190

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Group of promenaders on the Spianata, Barcelona, 1806 Featured 30 Jul 2019 Image

Group of promenaders on the Spianata, Barcelona, 1806

View of a group of promenaders on the Spianata, Barcelona, 1806. Strollers include Catalonian women in veils and mantillas, a monk, a soldier in bicorn, children. The Citadel or Ciutadella is seen in the background. Passeggio della Spianata di Barcelona. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Giarre after Giulio Ferrario in his Costumes Ancient and Modern of the Peoples of the World, Il Costume Antico e Modern o Story, Florence, 1829. Copied from an etching in Alexandre De-Laborde's Voyage historique et pittoresque en Espagne, 1807

© Florilegius

Belfast, 1912, showing the football ground & Ulster Hall Featured 30 Jul 2019 Image

Belfast, 1912, showing the football ground & Ulster Hall

Overhead drawing of Belfast, showing the football ground and the position of Ulster Hall. Illustration accompanied a feature in The Sphere reporting on Winston Churchill's visit to Belfast in 1912. He was scheduled to speak at the hall but had to abandon plans due to political tensions. It was at Ulster Hall that his father, Randolph Churchill, had given a speech where he proclaimed, "Ulster will fight, and Ulster will be right." Date: 1912

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans