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The death of General Wolfe, at Quebec, in the background are soldiers and the masts of ships Featured Group portraits Print

The death of General Wolfe, at Quebec, in the background are soldiers and the masts of ships

To the King's Most Excellent Majesty this plate the Death of General Wolfe is with his gracious permission dedicated by His Majesty's most dutiful subject and servant William Woollett from the original painting in the collection of Lord Grosvenor. Painted by B. West, history painter to His Majesty. Engraved by W. Woollett, Engraver to His Majesty - 1770-1776

© Wellcome Collection / Benjamin West

The 1904 Worlds Fair, St. Louis, Missouri: the Pike (an avenue of amusements) Featured Group portraits Print

The 1904 Worlds Fair, St. Louis, Missouri: the Pike (an avenue of amusements)

One of the shows on "the Pike", St. Louis.
Photograph bears printed lettering: "copyrighted 1904, Louisiana Purchase Exposition Co"
Lettering: the signature "T.E. Donne" across the corner of the album page: assistant to the High Commissioner of New Zealand. - 1904

© Wellcome Collection

Manners Featured Group portraits Print

Manners

The death of Lord Robert Manners ... From the original picture painted by Stothard, in the possession of His Grace the Duke of Rutland. Engraved by J.K. Sherwin, Historical Engraver to His Majesty, & to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales; and Charles Sherwin, Engraver to His Majesty.
Lettering continues: "who greatly fell, when commanding the Resolution of 74 guns, in that ever memorable action fought in the West Indies, on the 12th of April 1782, under the command of St George Rodney; wherein the French lost 8 of their capital ships, one of which was the Ville de Paris of 110 guns with their admiral the Count de Grasse on board. The action lasted from 7 in the morning till 7 in the evening. The noble and gallant youth in the heat of action received an 18 pound shot thorugh both his legs, & had his right arm broke by a splinter from the ship's side at the same instant. Thus fell the son of the Marquis of Granby universally regretted by the nation as well as the navy. To the officers and seamen of the British Navy this print is most humbly dedicated by their obedient servant Thomas Macklin." - 1786

© Wellcome Collection / Thomas Stothard