RMDXTF1C–Antoine Pesne - Marie de Rège - 1745 - XVIII th Century - French School - Gemäldegalerie - Berlin
RMD963FG–Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) Anglo-Irish satirist, poet and cleric. Engraving.
RM2HD4XR2–Young Moidart, kneeling, swearing allegiance to Prince Charles Stuart aboard the Du Teillay, 1745. Charles Edward Louis John Casimir Sylvester Severino Maria Stuart, 1720 – 1788. Elder son of James Francis Edward Stuart, and Stuart claimant to the throne of Great Britain after 1766 as 'Charles III', aka the Young Pretender, the Young Chevalier and Bonnie Prince Charlie. From Cassell's Illustrated History of England, published c.1890.
RM2AYP5BW–BATTLE OF CULLODEN 16 April 1746. 'An incident in the rebellion of 1745' painting by David Morier
RM2A5YYEH–Garton Orme at the Spinet, 1705-8, by Jonathan Richardson the Elder (about 1665-1745)
RFH8B4YB–Dance teacher with costume, 1745, History of fashion, costume story
RMDWHBG1–Historical re-enactment, British soldier, 1745, Union Flag, as deployed at the Battle of Culloden, redcoat English soldiers uniform uniforms England UK
RMP6AHPX–General Pepperell at the Siege of Louisburg, 1745
RMHHW27D–'Exodus of Jews from Prague, 1745. (From a contemporary print.)'
RMG3K9JN–Oliver Ellsworth, 1745 - 1807
RMM6JTMG–Achilles at the Court of Lycomedes, Batoni, Pompeo Girolamo, 1745.
RM2BTPTG7–Royal tournament rehearsal . Black Watch in the dress of the 1745 period rehearsing their charge for the Royal Tournament at Olympia , London , where the Tournament opens on Thursday . 14 May 1934
RMRD6MBG–Entrance of Emperor Charles VII, 1697-1745, in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, historical illustration
RM2E3HG6X–Tancred Baptizing the Dying Clorinda 1745 Francesco Guardi 1712-1793 and Gianantonio Guardi 1699-1760 Italian, Italy,
RMAAR35X–Sydney Parkinson 1745 1771
RMG15M65–An engraving of astronomical and scientific instruments at the first Viennese observatory from 1745, which was the best equipped observatory of its time. From 'De Astronomica specula domestica et organico apparatu astronomico libri duo' by Giovanni Jacopo
RMMKMX4N–Banner, Bird, Wreath 1745
RMD85JKK–Highgate In 1745
RMKCHGDK–War of the Austrian Succession (1740-1748). Louis XV (1710-1774), king of France and his son Louis, Dauphin of France (1729-1765) present at the Battle of Fontenoy, 11 May 1745. Engraving, 1851.
RMD9B31E–Robert Walpole, 1st Earl of Oxford. (1676-1745) English statesman born in Houghton in Norfolk.
RMCWPADE–A Grenadier of H.M. 1st Regiment of Foot Guards, A.D. 1745.
RFMMJEKG–COSTUME. 1745 1756 Mens 1926 old vintage print picture
RM2C2TT62–MASKED BALL AT VERSAILLES in February 1745 celebrating the marriage of the Dauphin Louis to Maria Teresa, Infanta of Spain.
RMCW8MM3–Battle of Fontenoy (1745), advertisement
RFHDW9J7–Carl Arnold Kortum, 1745-1824, a German physician, but best known for his writing and poetry, woodcut from the year 1880
RMDWHCGE–Pulteney's Regiment, 13th Foot, 1745, English British soldier with musket, as deployed at Battle of Culloden, historical re-enactment, England UK soldiers
RMPGC5F9–David Garrick as Richard III - William Hogarth 1745
RMERG5YF–John Bell, English publisher, 1745–1831. Coloured cartoon by Richard Dighton, 1824.
RMG3K9HK–Lindley Murray, 1745 - 1826
RMM6JTPT–Marie-Adelaïde of France as Diana, Nattier, Jean-Marc, 1745.
RM2BTPTFD–Royal tournament rehearsal . Black Watch in the dress of the 1745 period rehearsing their charge for the Royal Tournament at Olympia , London , where the Tournament opens on Thursday . 14 May 1934
RMMF670X–Jacobites, highlanders, The Jacobite rising of 1745
RMRYX7B2–A 1921 outline map showing the Jacobite Risings 1715-1745 in the UK
RMW1DRY8–BATTLE OF FONTENOY 11 May 1745. The Allied army at left prepare to assault the French soldiers on the ridge.
RMCW5E57–Jonathan SWIFT (1667-1745), 'Gulliver', 'They jumped off of their ships like frogs'. Laurens Editions
RFR0XPG9–Digital improved reproduction, Second Silesian War, 1744 - 1745, Battle of Kesselsdorf fought on 15 December 1745, an old Dessauer praying
RMDWHCE0–Pulteney's 13th Regiment of Foot 1745, as deployed at Battle of Culloden, historical re-enactment English British soldier soldiers musket muskets England UK
RM2GGR66C–Louise-Elisabeth of France, Wife of the Infante Philip, Future Duke of Parma - Louis-Michel van Loo, 1745
RMERGKB9–Lord Lovat by William Hogarth, 1745. Simon Lord Lovat (1667-1747) participated in the Jacobite revolt, and was the last prisoner beheaded in the Tower of London. Engraved by Thomas Cook
RMG3KN6T–Lindley Murray, 1745 - 1826
RF2CAFBC0–Castle Offenberg, 1745, Paul van Liender, after Jan de Beijer, 1761
RM2A2R63W–Unknown (Italian), Four Saints, c. 1745
RMMF6C41–Prince Charles' Vanguard, at Manchester, The Jacobite rising of 1745
RMF3449J–Following King George III's speech at the opening of parliament in 1763, John Wilkes criticised it in issue No 45 of the 'North Briton'. The number was synonymous with the 'Jacobite Rising of 1745' and after his arrest for sedition, people rioted chanting, 'Wilkes, Liberty and Number 45', referring to the newspaper.
RMKMJ7P8–Albania, Voskopojë- at Saint Athanasius church.Fresco of Constantin Berat, 1745.
RM2BE0H61–The surrender of Louisbourg by the French to the British Army in 1758. In 1745, the fortress was attacked by a New England militia and surrendered but it was was returned to the French in the terms of the settlement in 1749, falling again in this seige (depicted here) of 1758. The Siege of Louisbourg was a an important battle in the Seven Years' War (known in the US as the French and Indian War), ending French colonial control of Atlantic Canada.
RMB0RPYG–Scotland Clan Territories 1745 map of the Highland Clans at the rebellion of Bonnie Prince Charlie
RM2AJH6CB–BATTLE OF FONTENOY 11 May 1745. Marshal Maurice de Saxe presents a captured British colour to Louis XV
RMBEDCY5–Osmanian aqueduct, built 1745, supplied Larnaca with water till 1939, Cyprus, Asia
RMCP8KNA–Jonathan Swift or Isaac Bickerstaff, 1667 - 1745, an Irish writer and satirist of the early Enlightenment, author of Gulliver's
RMDWGKMG–British soldier, Pulteney's 13th Regiment, 1745, Union Jack Flag, historical re-enactment English army soldiers uniform uniforms mid 18th century England UK
RMGCYH1E–This is an engraving of the execution of rebels following the Jacobite rebellion in 1745-1746. The prisoners on the scaffold are surrounded by soldiers, and by large crowds on foot and in grandstands.1746
RMERGKAC–Lord Lovat by William Hogarth, 1745. Simon Lord Lovat (1667-1747) participated in the Jacobite revolt, and was the last prisoner beheaded in the Tower of London. Engraved by Thomas Cook
RMG3KN7C–Oliver Ellsworth, 1745 - 1807
RMG7K3YK–Sir Robert Walpole, 1st Earl of Orford, 1676-1745, a British statesman, the first Prime Minister of Great Britain
RM2CTC67G–The city of Loango, still image, Prints, 1745 - 1747
RMKGRDJY–Advance of the Highlanders, Battle of Prestonpans, 21 September 1745
RFHGN5YA–Map Of Antigua 1745
RMKMJ7PC–Albania, Voskopojë- at Saint Athanasius church.Fresco of Constantin Berat, 1745.
RM2BE102C–The surrender of Louisbourg by the French to the British Army in 1758. In 1745, the fortress was attacked by a New England militia and surrendered but it was was returned to the French in the terms of the settlement in 1749, falling again in this seige (depicted here) of 1758. The Siege of Louisbourg was a an important battle in the Seven Years' War (known in the US as the French and Indian War), ending French colonial control of Atlantic Canada.
RMCW70F1–May 1745. Map of the battle of Fontenoy.
RMG37WHM–5. Death of the Earl Date: 1745
RMA8F458–dh Jacobite Monument GLENFINNAN INVERNESSSHIRE Gathering of Clans memorial Bonnie Prince Charlie Scottish rebellion 1745 statue Scotland jacobites
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