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Dance, Scotland, United Kingdom in Europe

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Alloway Kirk, Tam o'Shanter, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Dance Print

Alloway Kirk, Tam o'Shanter, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Alloway Kirk, Tam o'Shanter, 1844. The ruins of Alloway Auld Kirk, which dates back to the 16th century, near Alloway in Scotland. It is the scene of the witches dance in the poem "Tam o Shanter" by Robert Burns. "The auld haunted kirk", with its little enclosed burying-ground, directly skirts the road. The four walls unroofed, remain around the enclosure in which Tam saw "The dead in their last dresses", the winnock bunker in the east, "where sate the enemy" is a conspicuous feature, being a small window, divided by a thick mullion ; marks of other openings may be detected, more of them being closed up, through which the hero obtained glimpses of the unhallowed rites performed by "witches and warlocks" as preliminaries to the dance'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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St. Fillans Games, 1845, (1946). Creator: Unknown Featured Dance Print

St. Fillans Games, 1845, (1946). Creator: Unknown

St. Fillan's Games, 1845, (1946). Traditional highland games taking place near the village of St Fillans in Scotland. The St. Fillan's Highland Society...was, an association of the gentlemen of the west of Perthshire, who held an annual meeting at St. Fillan's...for the encouragement and exhibition of Highland games and costume. On these occasions, a large square stage was erected...and furnished with seats and awnings for the accommodation of the judges and visitors of rank...the games were usually opened with a competition among the pibroch performers, for a handsomely mounted Highland bagpipe. After this and some other minor prizes had been awarded, the competitors in reel and hornpipe dancing, and the ancient sword-dance claimed attention; afterwards followed putting the stone, - flinging the hammer, - leaping, - running, - wrestling, - target-shooting, - boat-rowing, - and a variety of other manly and athletic exercises. Prizes were also awarded for the best exhibitions of full Highland costume'. Illustration from "Scotland Illustrated in a Series of Eighty Views" by Professor Wilson. Published in "Life Among the Scots", by Janet Adam Smith. [Collins, London, 1946]

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Large map siege Namur first text sheet 1695 Plan de la Ville Featured Dance Print

Large map siege Namur first text sheet 1695 Plan de la Ville

Large map of the siege of Namur (first text sheet), 1695 Plan de la Ville and the Chateau de Namur, dance l'etat qu'etoit cette Place lors qu'elle fut assee et reprise and 1695 par les Armes des Alliez, sous la tres sage et tres valleuse conductor du Roi de la Grande Bretagne (title on object), Text sheet with the large unassembled map of the siege van Namen by the allies under King Willem III during the months of July-September 1695. The map is made up of four separate numbered representations and two sheets with the caption. Text sheet with the first part of the legend., Namur, Willem III (Prince of Orange and King of England, Scotland and Ireland), Nicolaes Visscher (II), Amsterdam, 1695, paper, letterpress printing, h 138 mm ? w 635 mm

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