Youth’s Instruction (page 1/3)


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Title: Youth’s Instruction

Author: Mason, J.

City: London

Date: 1830

Total items: 7

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: Dunluce Castle]

Dunluce Castle

Drawn & Engd. by J Mc. Gahey. [more...] [$]

[picture: Farley Castle]

Farley Castle

“The venerable remains of Farley Castle, the renowned baronial residence of the Hungerfords, is situated about six miles south-east from bath, in the county of [...]fairness of its leys, or meadows; being situated in a rich and beautiful tract of country. Farley is of great antiquity, having been in the possession of some of the Saxon Thanes; and it was for many ages distinguished as the seat of men of great power and eminence. At the time of the Norman Conquest [A.D. 1066] it was possessed by one of the Conqueror’s powerful barons, Roger de Curcelle; at whose death, William Rufus granted it to Hugh de Montfort, son to Thurstan de Bastenbergh, another Norman of distinction.” (p. 361) [more...] [$]

[picture: Boscobel House]

Boscobel House

This is the house that sheltered King Charles II after the battle of Worcester. [more...] [$]

[picture: Ely Cathedral]

Ely Cathedral

“The first mention of a religious foundation at Ely occurs shortly after the introduction of Christianity into Britain, and especially into that part of the island called East Anglia, where Ethelbert, the principal [...] [more...] [$]

[picture: Druidical Temple, Avebury]

Druidical Temple, Avebury

Engraved by Mc. Gahey. [more...] [$]


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Places shown:

Avebury ·Baviaanskloof ·Berwood ·Bishops Wood ·Bushmills ·County Antrim ·Ely ·Farley ·London ·Norfolk ·Shropshire ·Somerset ·Wiltshire

Pictures from The Youth’s Instructor and Guardian for 1830. This appears to have been an evangelical Christian monthly publication produced by J. Mason. I have Volume XIV (1830).


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