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The French Blockade of Tahiti...1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Sailing Print

The French Blockade of Tahiti...1844. Creator: Unknown

The French Blockade of Tahiti: Uranie, French Frigate; French Fort; French Prison; British Consulate; French Fort, 1844. ...the blockade of Tahiti by the French, and Paofai, in the harbour of Papeete, with six French boats in pursuit of a canoe, which had ventured to quit the island without leave. The chase was hot and strong, and the refractory Tahitian was not caught until he had made great portion of the circuit of the island!'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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'Victoria Land', in the South-Polar regions, discovered by Capt. Sir J. C Featured Sailing Print

"Victoria Land", in the South-Polar regions, discovered by Capt. Sir J. C

"Victoria Land", in the South-Polar regions, discovered by Capt. Sir J. C. Ross, 1844. In the beginning of the year 1839, the British Government...having determined on fitting out an expedition, for the purpose of investigating the phenomena of terrestrial magnetism in various remote countries, and for prosecuting maritime geographical discovery in the high southern latitudes, H.M. ships Erebus and Terror, commissioned by Captain Sir James Clark Ross, sailed from Chatham on the 29th of September, 1839. In addition to carrying out the above-mentioned leading views, it was enjoined to the officers, that they should use every exertion to collect the various objects of natural history which the many heretofore unexplored countries about to be visited would afford'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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As I Was Going Up Pippen Hill - Victorian nursery rhyme illustration Featured Sailing Print

As I Was Going Up Pippen Hill - Victorian nursery rhyme illustration

A young man dressed in medieval attire greeting a young lady who is dropping a curtsey. Meanwhile, a man with a broom sweeps Pippen Hill's footpath and we are treated to the sight of a European fantasy town below with a small sailing ship on the sea containing a man whose size compared with the neighbouring spires appears to be gigantic.
"As I was going up Pippen hill - Pippen hill was dirty - There I met a pretty miss - And she dropt me a curtsey - Little miss pretty miss - Blessings light upon you - If I had a half a crown a day - I'd spend it all on you."
From "Nursery Rhymes - Ridicula Rediviva" illustrated by J.E. Rogers, with chromolith printing by R. Clay Sons & Taylor and published in London in 1876 by Macmillan and Co