019XZZ000000123U00008000 - View near Point de Galle, Ceylon.
Photo 247/1(52) - Ghaut and temples on the banks of the Hooghly [Calcutta].
View from the steps of the ghat, looking back towards the Hindu temple; with the ionic columns of the ghat in the foreground.
F60163-17 - Ghaut and temples on the banks of the Hooghly [Calcutta].
X446 plate 2 - Bahleah Ghaut, Calcutta.
'The canal represnted in this plate communicates with the salt-water lakes.
The boats represented are light, and very strong: they carry large cargoes ...
The figures in the foreground are coolies, or porters...' (original description from the book.)
T00049-81 - Bahleah Ghaut, Calcutta.
'The canal represnted in this plate...
X108(32) - Salt Lake, Thibet. There are hundreds of salt lakes in the northern plateaus of Tibet, including the highest salt lake in the world. Nomads made journeys to these remote waters cradled by snow peaks, returning with salt-laden yak caravans to barter the salt for grain. In the foreground of this print is a Tibetan Buddhist monument known as a 'mani'. The sacred, untranslatable mantra 'Om mani padme hum' is carved on to stone slabs placed on the top
019XZZ000000108U00032000 - Salt Lake, Thibet. There are hundreds of salt...
OSD 75 pt.1 - Christchurch 15. The Solent gives access to the ports of Portsmouth and Southampton, making it a particularly attractive avenue for naval invasion. Hurst Castle is marked in black and red at the narrow entrance to the Solent. Built by Henry VIII as part of a defensive chain of fortresses, it is sited where the ebb and flow of the tides create particularly strong currents, providing an excellent natural defence against would-be invaders. The castle was modernised during the Napoleonic Wars. To the right of the castle, salt marshes extend towards Lymington. The saltworks, shown by blue squares, once supplied most of the west of England. A signal house is noted on Christchurch Head
c00130-03 - Christchurch 15. The Solent gives access to the ports of...
OSD 140 pt.2, no.8 - Witham.
Colchester is the largest settlement featured on this drawing. The draughtsman has recorded the layout of the streets in red ink. On nearby Lexden Heath, an 'Ancient Intrenchment' is depicted. These lines of entrenchment date back to the Roman occupation. The drawing extends to cover Mersey Island and the River Colne. The salt marshes are distinguished by irregular patterning and the individual channels of the Colne are named. A military battery is marked at the mouth of the river, reflecting the military focus of these drawings. A blue line indicates the level of the low water mark.
002OSD000000008U00091000 - Witham.
Colchester is the largest settlement...
Photo 248/(35) - A view of a lighthouse, [Esplanade], Madras
c11574-03 - A view of a lighthouse, [Esplanade], Madras
Photo 247/1(36) - Ghaut on the Hooghly [Calcutta]
N10021-35 - Ghaut on the Hooghly [Calcutta]
4865.g.21 page 671 - John Gerard (1564–1637). An English Jesuit priest, operating covertly in England during the Elizabethan period.
Gerard was captured in London on 23 April 1594. He was later sent to the Salt Tower in the Tower of London, where he was further questioned and tortured by being repeatedly suspended from chains on the dungeon wall. With help from other members of the Catholic underground, Gerard, along with John Arden, escaped on a rope strung across the Tower moat during the night of 4 October 1597. He was incorrectly implicated in the Gunpowder plot. He died in 1637, aged 73, at the English College seminary, Rome.
B20159-99 - John Gerard (1564–1637). An English Jesuit priest, operating...
X 953 plate 9 - Part of the Bradford court.
Displays of wool goods by manufacturer,Titus Salt, of Bradford.
x_953_9 - Part of the Bradford court.
Displays of wool goods by...
Add.16359.(i) - A Map of the salt-transport canals in Jiangsu Province, ca. 1830.
add_ms_16359_(i) - A Map of the salt-transport canals in Jiangsu Province,...
Photo 248/(2) - Government House, Guindy, India.
C13632-92 - Government House, Guindy, India.
Photo 248/(40) - Government House, Guindy, India.
C13632-93 - Government House, Guindy, India.
Illustrated London News. Last page. - Advertisement for Eno's "fruit salt". Colour plate showing a young girl/angel holding a tray of fruit.