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Source Size = 3819 x 1193 Featured 1891 Engraving Print

Source Size = 3819 x 1193

The Chinese Outrages, the Riots in the Foreign Concession at Ichang on the Upper Yangtze River: the Roman Catholic Mission at Ichang (Left); a European's House at Ichang after the Riot (Right)

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1891 Engraving, Architecture, Arkheia, Arts, Building, Chinese, Commotion, Concession, Culture, Disturbance, Engraved Image, Engravement, Europeans, Foreign, Furor, History, Home, House, Ichang, Illustrative Technique, Outrages, Property, Residential, Retro, Retro Styled, Riot, Riots, River, Roman Catholic Mission, Stream, Upheaval, Upper Yangtze, Uproar, Victorian, Vintage, Waterway

Source Size = 2516 x 3777 Featured 1891 Engraving Print

Source Size = 2516 x 3777

MR. GLADSTONE OPENING A NEW HALL AT PORT SUNLIGHT, CHESHIRE: "This hall means relief from toil in the first place, though not exclusively. Labour is the lot of man; labour is the burden of man; labour is, and, I fear, long may be in many of its branches, a severe and heavy burden, although I rejoice to think that it is lighter far than it was during the early years of my life for nearly the whole, if not the whole, of the labouring population."

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Source Size = 5072 x 1903 Featured 1891 Engraving Print

Source Size = 5072 x 1903

LORD RANDOLPH CHURCHILL IN SOUTH AFRICA; A SKETCH OF THE COUNTRY FROM MATIPI'S KRAAL: "On Sunday, the 2nd August, we traversed for fourteen miles a magnificent country, hilly, well watered, the bush veldt being more open and park-like than before, dotted with many and various fine trees, covered thickly with sweet grass, good for oxen, with a soil capable of growing every species of agricultural produce. This good country extends from the Lundi to within a few miles of Fort Victoria, a distance of about sixty miles, and is incomparably the best part of Mashonaland which I have yet seen or heard of."

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