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PRIDE & PREJUDICE, 1894. But Jane happened to look round, and happened to smile: it was decided Featured Handcolored Image

PRIDE & PREJUDICE, 1894. But Jane happened to look round, and happened to smile: it was decided

PRIDE & PREJUDICE, 1894.
But Jane happened to look round, and happened to smile: it was decided. He placed himself by her.
Jane Bennett and Mr. Bingley at Longbourn. Illustration by Hugh Thomson for an 1894 edition of Jane Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice, first published in 1813

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1813, 1894, Austen, Bennett, Bingley, Chair, Character, Dress, Early, Empire Dress, England, English, Entrance, Fashion, Hugh, Illustration, Jane, Late, Literature, Men, Mister, Nobleman, Novel, Pride And Prejudice, Regency, Table, Thomson, Vest, Victorian, Women

FASHODA AFFAIR, 1898. Marchez! Marchand! Contemporary English cartoon by Sir Featured Handcolored Image

FASHODA AFFAIR, 1898. Marchez! Marchand! Contemporary English cartoon by Sir

FASHODA AFFAIR, 1898.
Marchez! Marchand! Contemporary English cartoon by Sir John Tenniel on the meeting between General Horatio Kitchener and French captain Jean-Baptiste Marchand at Fashoda, Sudan, 19 September 1898

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1898, Baptiste, British Empire, Captain, Cartoon, Colonialism, Confrontation, English, Explorer, Fashoda, First French Empire, France, French, General, Grass, Great Britain, Helmet, Holster, Horatio, Jean, Jean Baptiste, John Bull, Kitchener, Late, Marchand, Meeting, Men, Personification, Pith, Political, September, Sir, Soldier, Tenniel, Tricolor, Turn Of The Century

ASTRONOMY, c1250. The ancient Greek geometer Euclid (fl Featured Handcolored Image

ASTRONOMY, c1250. The ancient Greek geometer Euclid (fl

ASTRONOMY, c1250.
The ancient Greek geometer Euclid (fl. c300 B.C.), observes the heavens through a dioptra (left), while Hermann of Carinthia, the 12th century translator of Arabic works on astronomy, holds an astrolabe. Drawing by Matthew Paris, c1250, for the Liber experimentarius of Bernardus Silvestris

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