RMBEDMM4–UNVEILING OF THE ALTAR TO REASON in Notre Dame in November 1793 by Pierre Chaumette (1763-94)
RMFGK6PP–Bouquet - by Henri‘tte Geertruida Knip, 1793 - 1842
RFF0HKW1–The figures illustrated here represent French people between 1790 and 1804. They are, from left to right: Grenadier (1793), General (1794), Soldier of the Guard (1794), Lady, two Dandies (Incroyables - members of a fashionable aristocratic subculture in Paris - from 1795), and a Gentleman (1804). The illustration dates to 1882.
RMADBJ52–The drownings in the Loire during The Terror 1793
RMH3HDM3–KLEBER LEADING A REPUBLICAN CHARGE IN LA VENDEE, SEPTEMBER, 1793
RMCMRARA–1700s 1790s MARIE ANTOINETTE QUEEN OF FRANCE WIFE OF LOUIS XVI GOING TO HER EXECUTION 1793 PAINTING BY FLAMENG
RMBX881C–Louis (XVII) Charles, 27.3.1785 - 8.6.1795, Dauphin de Viennois 4.6.1789 - 8.6.1795, Duke of Normandy, under costody of the cobbler Antoine Simon, Le Temple, Paris, 1793 - 1794, wood engraving, 19th century, ,
RM2B9FBMH–JEAN-SYLVAIN BAILLY Jean-Laurent Mosnier. 'Jean-Sylvain Bailly (1736-1793), savant et homme politique, maire de Paris de 1789 à 1791'. Huile sur toile. Paris, musée Carnavalet.
RMDTFC99–Carl Bonnet (1720-1793)
RMGG2CMP–Execution of Louis XVI, King of France 1793 English engraving France, French Revolution of 1789
RM2F61DF8–Execution of Marie Antoinette, 1793
RMMM3MX4–Gadsby's Tavern. Alexandria. 1793
RMPTC6Y0–Kitagawa Utamaro, Courtesan Hanao-gi of the O-giya House, Circa 1793-1794, Color woodblock print, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, USA.
RMMBCEE9–Portrait of Sarah Franklin Bache - John Hoppner, circa 1793
RM2F3R07H–French Revolution. The uprising of the Parisian sans-culottes (common people) from 31 May to 2 June 1793. The scene takes place in front of the Deputies Chamber in the Tuileries. The depiction shows Marie-Jean Hérault de Séchelles and Pierre Victurnien Vergniaud. Engraving by Jean-Joseph-François Tassaert, c. 1800
RM2A25KP4–Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen by Robespierre 1793
RMFD7M9A–French Revolution, Jean Paul Marat, 1793
RF2JE0N59–Antique county map of CAMBRIDGESHIRE by JOHN CARY. Original outline colour 1793
RMDXFAW4–Maison dÕAndre Chenier en 1793 - 97 rue de Clery (2e arr) Maison d’Andre Chenier en 1793 - 97 rue de Clery (2e arr)
RMBFYA7K–EXECUTION OF LOUIS XVI on 21 January 1793 as satirised by James Gilray
RMAABR72–Fete in honour of the Constitution August 10, 1793.
RMH3DD84–PASSAGE OF THE LOIRE, 1793
RMM66YA5–William Pitt addressing the House, UK 1793
RMF3EB79–De Sint Antoniuswaag in Amsterdam 1780 1790 Isaac Ouwater 1748 -1793 Dutch The Netherlands
RM2AHB24W–1793 Execution of Louis XVI vintage illustration, in application of the judgment of the former king of France and Navarre and former king of the French by death beheaded by the deputies of the National Convention following his trial , took place the January 21 , 1793 at 10:22 a.m. , in Paris , on the Place de la Révolution (former Place Louis XV , which became Place de la Concorde in 1795). It is a major event of the French Revolution , and more generally of the history of France .
RMDTF529–Professor Robert Edmond Grant, M.D., F.R.S (1793-1874)
RMGG2CMM–Execution of Marie-Antoinette, Queen of France October 16, 1793 1793 English engraving France, French Revolution of 1789
RF2JE0N7B–Antique county map of NORTHAMPTONSHIRE by JOHN CARY.Original outline colour 1793
RMDBYBT4–Pierre Louis Manuel (1751 - 1793), french revolutionary.
RMBM6GA9–WILLIAM PITT addresses the House of Commons on the French declaration of war in 1793
RMADBJ96–Pacification of the Vendée, 1793. From Histoire de la Revolution Francaise by Louis Blanc.
RMH3DD3C–EXECUTING ROYALISTS AT ORANGE, 1793
RMPTA6Y1–Narcissus Major (Great Daffodil), pub. 1793 (hand coloured engraving). Creator: English School (18th Century).
RMH46FXP–Religion1819 Philipp Veit 1793 -1877 German Germany ( Philipp Veit member of the Nazarene movement in Rome, born Berlin, Prussia on 1793. ) Dorothea, the oldest daughter of the most famous Jewish philosopher of the Enlightenment, Moses Mendelssohn.
RM2B2001Y–Vintage Lithograph dated 1816 'L' Ombre de Louis XVI' The Shadow of Louis XV1. An etching produced after his execution in 1793 showing his last testament in foreground. The execution of Louis XVI by means of the guillotine, a major event of the French Revolution, took place on 21 January 1793 at the Place de la Révolution ('Revolution Square', formerly Place Louis XV, and renamed Place de la Concorde in 1795) in Paris France
RMEYF0TJ–The arrest of Charlotte Corday (1768-1793) 07/12/2013 - 19th century Collection
RMGG2GFE–The House of Commons in London in 1793, after France declaration of war. William Pitt addressing the House of Commons on the French Declaration of War, 1793 1850 Engraving after the painting by Karl Anton Hickel
RM2F61CXC–Last Morning of Marie Antoinette, 1793
RMMKMK81–10th Light Dragoons 1793
RFHACGG5–Shoes, fashion of the past. Boots, France, 1793, historic illustration, woodcut
RMEWGMMC–The Battle of Le Mans was a battle of the War in the Vendée. It resulted in the rout of the Vendéen forces by Republican troops during the Virée de Galerne. 1793
RMDP95JN–CHALIER (1747 - 1793)
RM2J12NPY–Marie Antoinette leaving the Conciergerie, October 16th 1793, oil on canvas painting by Georges Cain, 1885
RM2B019T7–China: The Macartney Embassy to China. The Qianlong Emperor receives a missive from the kneeling Lord Macartney. Sketch by William Alexander (1767-1816), 1793. The Macartney Embassy, also called the Macartney Mission, was a British embassy to China in 1793. It is named for the first envoy of Great Britain to China, George Macartney, who led the endeavour. The goal of the embassy was to convince the Qianlong Emperor to ease restrictions on trade between Great Britain and China. The embassy was ultimately not successful, a result of competing world views which were incompatible.
RMMR6XGT–Engraving depicting the 1793 Ball of the Bastille. Dated 18th century
RMTA14PE–Contemporary drawing of the execution of the French queen Marie Antoinette, who was beheaded by guillotine in front of a large crowd on 16 October 1793.
RF2JE0N77–Antique county map of MONMOUTHSHIRE by JOHN CARY. Original outline colour 1793
RMDBY9H8–Adam Philippe, Comte de Custine (1742 - 1793). French general.
RM2A35XNJ–HMS CRESCENT at left captures the French frigate Reunion off the Cotentin Peninisula, 20 October 1793
RMADBJ3B–Gobel resigns his episcopal office, 1793. Jean Baptiste Joseph Gobel, 1727 - 1794. French ecclesiastic, politician and archbishop of Paris.
RMH3DDAJ–SIEGE OF LYON , OCTOBER, 1793
RMMPX7X6–Vista del globo areostatico qe. se hecho ante Ss. Ms. y su Rl. familia el dia 8 de enero de 1793 en
RMERH3XY–Lisbon harbour - 1793. Drawn by Noel, engraved by Wells. Sailing and rowing boats.
RMM6JRFD–John Phillips, Steward, Joseph, 1793.
RMEYEYYF–The arrest of Charlotte Corday (1768-1793) 07/12/2013 - 19th century Collection
RM2A5YTYG–Barclay’s & Co. cheque London, 1793. Cheques and bills of exchange provided a secure way to transfer money between individuals without having to carry large amounts of cash around.
RF2DCD3HK–Last Morning of Marie Antoinette, 1793
RMMKTDCF–George Washington,Vaughan Portrait 1793
RFEH3BDH–Marie Antoinette, 1755 - 1793, Archduchess of Austria, Princess of Hungary, Bohemia and Tuscany, wood engraving, about 1880
RMFH0HPH–Map of Siege of Toulon - 19th December 1793. The Siege of Toulon (8 September - 19 December 1793) was an early Republican victory over a Royalist rebellion in the southern French city of Toulon. It is also called the Fall of Toulon.
RMG3AWYC–LOUIS XVI Date: 1754 - 1793
RM2J12NPE–Louis XVI's farewell to his family in the Tower of the Temple prison, January 20th 1793, oil on canvas painting by Jean-Jacques Hauer, 1794
RM2B00XDE–China: 'Soldier of the Emperor Qianlong'. Painting by William Alexander (1767-1816), 1793. Qianlong (25 September 1711 – 7 February 1799) was the sixth emperor of the Manchu-led Qing Dynasty, and the fourth Qing emperor to rule over China. The fourth son of the Yongzheng Emperor, he reigned officially from 11 October 1736 to 8 February 1796. On 8 February, he abdicated in favor of his son, Jiaqing, a filial act in order not to reign longer than his grandfather, the illustrious Kangxi Emperor. Despite his retirement, however, he retained ultimate power until his death in 1799.
RM2K01KAJ–Charles Bonnet (1720-1793) with his Chain of Nature from Minerals to Man.
RMTA22JY–Mass executions by moderate Republicans, the so-called 'Girondists' in the years of the 'Terror' between 1793-94. Painting by Karl von Piloty with the title 'The Girondists on the Way to Execution'.
RF2JE0N7C–Antique county map of SOMERSETSHIRE by JOHN CARY. Original outline colour 1793
RMDC9C84–Clock, by Charles-Nicolas Dutertre (1715-1793, received master watchmaker in 1739), small apartments of the Queen, Palace of Ver
RMD0N8YM–JEAN-PAUL MARAT (1743-1793) Swiss-born scientist and physician at his trial in April 1793
RMAABR7B–The Duke of Orleans on the way to execution, 6 November. 1793. Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans, aka Philippe Égalité, 1747 - 1793.
RMH3DD8D–MARCH OF THE VENDEAN ARMY, AUGUST, 1793
RMRD78WF–Jean Paul Marat, 1743 - 1793, physician, publisher and journalist, leader of the Jacobins in the French Revolution
RMERGG4F–Trial of Louis XVI, King of France, 1793. Found guilty of conspiracy against the liberty and safety of the State and sentenced
RMPEJXMM–10th Light Dragoons 1793, Stubbs, George
RMEYF08D–Jean-Sylvain Bailly, maire de Paris (1736-1793) 17/10/2013 - 18th century Collection
RMMF6EF2–Portrait of Mademoiselle Duplant 1793 François André Vincent 1746-1816 France, French,
RM2G0NTMC–France. French Revolutionary Wars. Siege of Toulon, 1793. The Spaniards and English led by Federico Gravina and Sir Samuel Hood, defended the town against the republican forces. Evacuation of Toulon by the Anglo-Spanish navy in 1793. Illustration by Miranda. Engraving. Historia del Levantamiento, guerra y revolución de España by the Conde de Toreno. Madrid, 1851.
RFHDXMDP–Johann Adolf Schlegel, 1721-1793, a German poet and clergyman, woodcut from the year 1882, digital improved
RMW8WPJ8–The execution of Madame Roland, 1793
RMG3AX08–Queen of Louis XVI Date: 1755 - 1793
RM2J12NPC–Louis XVII (1785-1795) Dauphin of France, separated from his mother, July 3rd 1793, oil on canvas painting by Jean-Jacques Hauer, 1795
RF2HP5NX8–Shown in this 1912 illustratilon is the boy who died for Republic Joseph Barra (also spelled Bara) —the legendary French Drummer boy in the French Revolution. A drummer boy who served in the French revolutionary army; he refused to surrender to the Royalists and was bayoneted on 7 December 1793; an icon of the revolutionary propaganda, his heroic death was celebrated in songs and in arts,
RMRJMD13–Illustration showing John Hancock (1737-1793), American statesman. Declaration of independence
RMTA2AJ7–Contemporary drawing of the execution of the French King Louis XVI, who was guillotined on 21 January 1793. The executioner shows the severed head of the king to the assembled crowd. On the right side you can see the base of the monument of Louis XV, which had been thrown down by the revolutionaries.
RF2HATR2K–Antique county map of HUNTINGDONSHIRE by JOHN CARY. Fens Moors Yaxley 1793
RMDCF75K–Carlo Goldoni, (1707-1793), bust under snow, in Paris. The inscription on the side of the pedestal says: Aussitôt que j'ai vu la
RMH6GE09–THE SIEGE OF TOULON 1793. An English coloured engraving showing Napoleon as a young Captain directing cannon fire
RMADBJ4E–Napoleon Bonaparte at the seige of Toulon, December 1793. Napoleon Bonaparte, 1769 -1821. Emperor of the French.
RMH3DD2B–AFTER THE BATTLE, LA VENDÉE, 1793
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