RMEWGMMA–French: Louis XVI, roi de France et de Navarre (1754-1793), revêtu du grand costume royal en 1779 Louis XVI, King of France and Navarre (1754-1793), wearing his grand royal costume in 1779 Antoine Callet
RMADW8M3–British attack on American forces in Savannah Georgia in the Revolutionary War 1779. Hand-colored woodcut
RMHYW3JA–An entertainment in Vauxhall Gardens , c .1779, by Thomas Rowlandson. The two women in the centre are Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, and her sister Lady Duncannon. The man seated at the table on the left is Samuel Johnson, with James Boswell to his left and Oliver Goldsmith to his right. To the right, the actress and author Mary Darby Robinson stands next to the Prince of Wales, later George IV.
RM2B2BBH4–Drawing of the Alexanderplatz around 1779.
RMF0EYPN–‘Attack on Savannah’ by Arthur I. Keller (1866-1924). Scene from Second battle of Savannah that took place on 8 October 1779 during American War of Independence.
RMD98YNE–Mustafa IV (1779 -1808) Sultan of the Ottoman Empire 1807–38
RF2FWPHFX–The Great Siege of Gibraltar 1779-1783. TALLIS c1855 old antique print picture
RM2BAGE77–BRISTOL, England, in a 1779 engraving
RMMYRDJB–Death of Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, 14 February 1779
RFHHWNDM–Carl Ritter, August 7, 1779 - September 28, 1855, was a German geographer, historical image or illustration, published 1890, digital improved
RMCW85P4–1779 Phelippeaux Case Map of the United States during the Revolutionary War
RMMC6ETY–HYPNOTISMS AND MESMERISM Titlepage of the 1779 edition of Mesmer's MÃšmoire sur la DÃšcouverte du MagnÃštisme AnimalÃ
RMERHDCA–Thomas Moore Irish writer, 1779-1852.
RMFF791T–VINCENNES: MARCH, 1779. /nGeorge Roger's Clark's men marching to Vincennes, February 1779: colored engraving, 19th century.
RMDTF8JC–Captain James Cook (1728-1779)
RM2F62EW0–Battle of Flamborough Head, 1779
RMMM1HYG–The British Attack on New Haven, July 5, 1779
RMDRKYDX–Savannah, Georgia and its environs. 1779
RMD85YFG–Portsmouth And The Harbour 1779
RMFF76A0–MAP OF AMERICA, 1779. /nIncluding 'New France' or Canada. French color engraving.
RM2GKF36E–Panic in Naples, Italy, as Mount Vesuvius erupts on August 8, 1779. Vesuvius has erupted regularly throughout history, the most famous being the event of AD79 which destroyed Pompeii and Herculaneum. The most recent eruption was during 1944. Vesuvius remains active. After an 18th century print by Francesco Piranesi from a work by Louis Jean Desprez
RMG3K9P9–Joseph Story, 1779 - 1845
RMC45A9G–Fashion in Rococo style, 1779
RMPDD0R5–George Washington 1779, Peale, Charles Willson, 1779.
RMD95NN4–David Garrick (1717-1779) English actor-manager and dramatist. Copperplate engraving.
RFT2K39M–'Sepulchral Monuments of the Kings of Guinea'. MIDDLETON 1779 old print
RM2A3W1GT–American Revolutionary War (1775-1783). John Paul Jones (1747-1792) captures the British ship Serapis on September 23, 1779. American Revolution. 19th century. Later colouration.
RMMYRDJC–Captain James Cook, English explorer cartographer and navigator (1728-1779)
RFCNTPRB–Johann Peter Hebel, 1760 - 1826, poet, and Breneli, actually Veronica Rohre, 1779 - 1869, probably his mistress, historical wood
RM2H6E3TR–St. Peter in the Chair 1774 - 1775Anton Raphael Mengs 1728 – 1779 German painter, active in Dresden, Rome, and Madrid, Rococo period of the mid-18th century, became one of the precursors to, Neoclassical painting, which replaced Rococo , the dominant painting style in Europe
RMMC6N76–Masonry Lodge Banner Masonic Lodge Banner in the Possession of York Lodge Circa 1779 from The History of Freemasonry by R F Gould
RMERHBGC–Thomas Moore - portrait of Irish writer, 1779-1852.
RMFF72AW–CARTOON: OUTCOME, 1779. /nThe horse 'America' throwing his master. An English satirical cartoon of 1779 predicting the outcome of the American Revolutionary War.
RMDB6CT9–geography / travel, Austria, castles, castle of Raab an der Donau, exterior view, wood engraving, late 19th century, Danube, Upper Austria, 1779 - 1814 to Bavaria, Inn quarter, Innviertel, Austrian Empire, Central Europe, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RM2F62DE7–Battle of Flamborough Head, 1779
RMRDBJTF–A member of the public cast a shadow as she walks past The Blanket by sculptor David Murphy as the art work is unveiled at The Piece Hall in Halifax - a Grade 1 listed building dating from 1779 which was a global centre for textiles.
RMENM5B6–Engagement between the Serapis and Bonhomme Richard during the American Revolution, 1779
RMD85Y94–Shrewsbury Shropshire 1779
RMFFC7FH–SHORTHAND, 1779. /n'Short Hand made easy.' Handbill published by Robert Baldwin, London, 1779.
RMPFKTNM–Great Britain, England, Shropshire, Coalbrookdale, Iron Bridge, world's first cast iron bridge, built in 1779, over River Severn
RMAYXY99–JAMES COOK English navigator and explorer 1728 to 1779
RMCW861H–1779 Pallas and Mentelle Map of the Physical World
RM2A2N8Y2–Ortygometra crex, Print, 1779
RMD95PK5–John Winthrop (1714-1779) American physicist, mathematician and astronomer. In 1740 he observed a transit of Mercury. Engraving, 1896.
RF2BJPHRE–The south prospect of Nottingham with the castle. BURLINGTON 1779 old print
RM2G67P8A–Spain, Community of Madrid, Colmenar Viejo. Basílica de la Asunción de Nuestra Señora (Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady). Its construction began between 1480 and 1490 and was completed in the 1540s. Detail showing the decoration of the entrance door to the church on the North Door, the main doorway of the church. The doors are made of wood, covered with metal plates and ironwork, in 1779.
RMM1C2WB–Paul Egede, Bishop of Greenland from 1779
RFR83X3Y–Digital improved reproduction, Thomas Moore, 1779-1852, an Irish poet, singer, songwriter, and entertainer, ein irischer Dichter, Schriftsteller, Ãœbersetzer und Balladen-SÃ¤nger, from an original print from the year 1855
RMG3KN6K–Joseph Story, 1779 - 1845
RFDXET3P–The round church in Bowmore built in 1779, Islay
RMERHBMX–Thomas Moore - portrait of Irish writer, 1779-1852.
RMFFA8RR–COOK: SANDWICH ISLANDS 1779. /nAn Offering before Captain James Cook in the Sandwich (Hawaii) Islands, 1779: colored English engraving, 1784.
RMGJ2GF7–David Garrick, 1717-1779, an English actor, as Richard III
RF2DCDB6E–Battle of Flamborough Head, 1779
RMRDBJTB–A member of the public cast a shadow as she walks past The Blanket by sculptor David Murphy as the art work is unveiled at The Piece Hall in Halifax - a Grade 1 listed building dating from 1779 which was a global centre for textiles.
RMD12DH2–Plan of the redoubts at Richmond on Staten Island, 30th October 1779
RMD88KFM–Vesuvius Eruption 1779
RMFF8X4Y–DEATH OF CAPTAIN COOK, 1779. /nOil on canvas, 1783, by George Carter.
RMA8WHNT–Reproduction of a Freemason Rosicrucian compass 1779. From the book The Freemason by Eugen Lennhoff, published 1932.
RF2HDAGEJ–Engraving portrait of captain James Cook. Captain James Cook FRS (1728 – 1779) was a British explorer, navigator, cartographer, and captain in the Bri
RFHK24CX–Map Of Grenada 1779
RM2CTC2J6–1779 September 12, text, Correspondence, 1779
RMD969Y1–Thomas Denman (1779-1854) 1st Baron Denman. English lawyer, solicitor general to Queen Caroline 1820. Hand-coloured engraving,
RFT2K36D–'Dress of the women of Kamtschatka'. Kamchatka. MIDDLETON 1779 old print
RMBNH1KY–Continental Army (1776-1779) by Henry Alexander Ogden (1856-1936), (1856-1936)
RMKF5BPK–French Fleet off Grenada, Capture of Grenada in July 1779
RMCP8KY9–Thomas Moore, 1779 - 1852, an Irish poet, writer, translator, and ballad singer, Historische Zeichnung aus dem 19. Jahrhundert,
RMG3KN6H–Joseph Story, 1779 - 1845
RFF04B89–The year 1779 on Abraham Darby's Iron Bridge, the first cast iron bridge in the world, at Ironbridge, Shropshire, England
RMERH91E–Thomas Moore - portrait of Irish writer, 1779-1852.
RMFF76WF–SAVANNAH: PULASKI, 1779. /nGeneral Casimir Pulaski mortally wounded at the Battle of Savannah, 9 October 1779. American engraving, 19th century.
RMG7K4J8–Thomas Lyttelton, 2nd Baron Lyttelton of Frankley, 1744-1779, a British member of parliament
RM2BDYG4M–Battle of Flamborough Head, 1779
RMKH48D7–Specialist conservators working for English Heritage begin vital repair work on Iron Bridge, over the River Severn in Shropshire, in a £3.6 million project to conserve it. The bridge, erected in 1779, was the first single span arch bridge in the world to be made of cast iron and marked a turning point in British engineering.
RMCX30A0–Siege of Savannah made by French troops under the command of General Vice Admiral d'Estaing of France, Sept - Oct 1779
RMD85YWA–The City Of Glasgow In 1779
RMFFAH1J–JAMES COOK (1728-1779). /nEnglish mariner and explorer. Line engraving, 1779, after Nathaniel Dance.
RMKE9N46–The Woodcutters, 1779
RMDF7RX6–The Washerwomen. 1779. Francisco de Goya. Prado Museum. Madrid. Spain.
RMBY9D2D–Karl Ritter, German geographer, 1779 - 1859, historical illustration from 1862
RMD96P2K–Tay Bridge disaster, 28 December 1779. View of broken bridge from north end. Engraving from 'The Illustrated London News', 1879.
RFT2K3A7–'The inside of an Egyptian sepulchre'. MIDDLETON 1779 old antique print
RMBNF4AP–From the Market by Jean-Simeon Chardin, 1739, 1699-1779, France, Paris, Musee du Louvre
RMKF5BPY–Spanish battering ships off the Rock of Gibraltar, Great siege of Gibraltar, 1779-1783
RFCP8GNT–Friedrich Carl von Savigny, 1779 - 1861, a German legal scholar and founder of the Historical School of Law, Historische Zeichnu
RMBPTXXR–JOHANN WOLFGANG GOETHE WRITER (1779)
RF2HK5JDG–Inspired by The large hall at the Binnenhof in The Hague, with the office of the State Lottery, Hendrik Pothoven, 1779, Reimagined by Artotop. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light ray radiance. Photography inspired by surrealism and futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture
RMERH8YX–Thomas Moore - portrait of Irish writer, 1779-1852.
RMFF77RY–VINCENNES: MARCH, 1779. /nGeorge Rogers Clark's men marching to Vincennes, February 1779. Line engraving after Frederick C. Yohn (1875-1933).
RMG7K4GH–Thomas Lyttelton, 2nd Baron Lyttelton of Frankley, 1744-1779, a British member of parliament
RM2BDY30P–Battle of Flamborough Head, 1779
RMKH48DB–Specialist conservators working for English Heritage begin vital repair work on Iron Bridge, over the River Severn in Shropshire, in a £3.6 million project to conserve it. The bridge, erected in 1779, was the first single span arch bridge in the world to be made of cast iron and marked a turning point in British engineering.
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