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Pictures from “England” by John Richard Green, LL.D., in the Peter Fenelon Collier “Nations of the World” series, 1898.

John Richard Green (1837 – 1883) wrote a number of history books; I have also A Short History of England.

This book is in four small volumes with four illustrations in each.

Title: England

Author: Green, J. R.

Published by: Peter Fenelon Collier

City: New York

Date: 1898

Total items: 2

Out of copyright (called public domain in the USA), hence royalty-free for all purposes usage credit requested, or as marked.

Some sample images

[picture: New Oxford and the Hundred Clerks]

New Oxford and the Hundred Clerks

I couldn’t find reference to the uprising referred to in this image. The 100 clerks, or friars perhaps, appear to be praying. [$]

[picture: The Tower of London]

The Tower of London

“London [...] was secured [for William] by the erection of a fortress which afterward grew into the Tower, but William desired to reign not as a conqueror but as a lawful king. At Christmas [A.D. 1066] he received the crown at Westminster from the hands of Archbishop Ealdred amid shouts of [...] [more...] [$]


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Pictures from “England” by John Richard Green, LL.D., in the Peter Fenelon Collier “Nations of the World” series, 1898.

John Richard Green (1837 – 1883) wrote a number of history books; I have also A Short History of England.

This book is in four small volumes with four illustrations in each.


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