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Newspaper, Ephemera, Advertisement
Dating from 1817, this is an advertisement for Bowes Academy, the nightmarish school on which Charles Dickens based Doth...
Newspaper, Advertisement, Image
The 1920s was a decade that saw the British Empire at its largest in terms of territorial size. This advertisement for P...
Newspaper, Illustration, Image
The measures proposed by the Prevention of Terrorism Bill (2005), designed to curb the activities of terrorist suspects,...
Newspaper, Ephemera, Letter
Executions were still held in public in the Victorian period. A source of entertainment for many people, they often attr...
This edition of The Times, from July 1834, carries a news item showing that the treatment of petty theft by desperate ch...
Newspaper, Ephemera, Illustration, Image
This review of Robert Louis Stevenson's Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde appeared soon after the publication of the...
This newspaper report provides details on the Charge of the Light Brigade at the Battle of Balaklava of the Crimean War....