Riot at Mold in Flintshire
A huge mob, assembled at the railway station at Mold in Flintshire, Scotland to protest against the imprisonment of miners, employees of the Leeswood Coal Company, who had allegedly assaulted the underground manager. The mob, two thousand strong, pelted the assembled police and soldiers with stones forcing the authorities to fire into the crowd killing five, including two women.
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The water lily, Nelumbo lutea, in fabric, cross-stitch
The water lily, Nelumbo lutea, in fabric, cross-stitch tapestry, and relief mold patterns. . Lithograph by Schlumberger with pochoir (stencil) handcoloring from Eugene Grasset's Plants and their Application to Ornament, Paris, 1897. Eugene Grasset (1841-1917) was a Swiss artist whose innovative designs inspired the art nouveau movement at the end of the 19th century.
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