RMG6RPCK–Atlanta Olympic Games .... Athletics, Men's 3000m Steeplechase Final. Kenya's Moses Kiptanui (1803) leads team mate Joseph Keter ahead of the pack
RMDBY25A–Henri Herz, (1803 - 1888), french pianist and composer, born austrian.
RMPYJ068–Self-Portrait 1803 Martin Knoller Austria, Austrian.
RMHTMHYP–Napoleon Bonparte as First Consul' 1803. Napoleon I (1769-1821). (Antoine) Jean Gros (1771-1835) French. Musee de la Legion d'Honneur, Paris
RFEH3AN0–Franz Wilhelm Ziegler, 1803 - 1876, a politician and writer, wood engraving, 1880
RM2EGCKWK–Robert Emmet, Irish Republican, Irish nationalist patriot, orator, and rebel leader, making preparations for his abortive rebellion against British rule in 1803
RMD8NW2Y–Benjamin Marshall, Mully Moloch 1803 Oil on canvas. Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut, USA.
RMJ7X3TF–The Philadelphia near Tetuan, Morocco, 1803
RMPTA70M–The Final Pacification of Europe!!, pub. 1803 (hand coloured engraving). Creator: English School (19th Century).
RMEAFK28–Thomas Sopwith (1803 - 1879): with geological models
RM2BDYH87–Galvanism, Animal Electricity, 1803
RMMKMN71–View of Yang-Tcheou 1803
RMFCY6AH–portrait of heinrich wilhelm dove 1803-1879 meteorologist and physicist
RM2B019EW–Tahiti: Pomare I (c. 1753 - 3 September 1803), King of Tahiti. Sketch by an unknown author, c. 1803. Pomare I, in old orthography Tu-nui-ea-i-te-atua-i-Tarahoi Vairaatoa Taina Pomare I and also known as Tu or Tinah or Outu, was the unifier and first king of Tahiti. He founded the Pomare dynasty and the Kingdom of Tahiti in 1788, abdicating in 1791 but remaining in effective power as the guardian regent during the minority of his successor Pomare II. The infamous mutiny on the HMS Bounty happened during the first year of Pomare's reign, and he briefly hosted some of the mutineers.
RM2CF3R30–Louisiana Purchase. The original Louisiana Purchase Treaty of April 1803 signed by President James Monroe, François Barbé-Marbois and US Minister to France, Robert Livingston
RMK35DPP–1803 Trevithick steam carriage replica
RM2K09M1G–The Secret Weapon. A flying fortress conceived in 1803 but never built.
RM2C5HKH1–BATTLE OF ASSAYE 23 September 1803 with Wellesley commanding his troops
RMHHW3GM–Iron foundry, London. From Pyne 'Microcosm' 1803-1806
RMDBYGXD–Albrecht, count von Roon, (1803-1879), Generalfeldmarschall, prussian minister of War between 1859 & 1873, modernizer of the pru
RMP6069N–“Emmet preparing for the Insurrection”. Illustration by George Cruikshank. Emmet established several sites in Dublin where his supporters prepared weapons and supplies for the insurrection. From History of the Irish Rebellion in 1798; with Memoirs of the Union, and Emmett’s Insurrection in 1803 by W.H. Maxwell. Published in London 1854.
RFFXM6WX–TRIBAL: Mother and baby, antique print 1803
RFHDW9DW–Julius Mosen, 1803-1867, German poet and author of Jewish descent, woodcut from the year 1880
RMRD6NE8–Franz Lachner, 1803-1890, German composer and conductor, historical illustration, circa 1886
RMRB7TC7–Luigi Rados, Rotunda Converted as Baths 1803 Etching and aquatint on paper, Engraving, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain.
RM2DKWACW–The Temple of Flora, or Garden of Nature: A Group of Auriculas by Robert John Thornton, 1803
RMHW3KD7–Antique 1854 engraving, 'John Ericsson.' John Ericsson (born Johan) (1803-1889) was a Swedish-American inventor, active in England and the United States, and regarded as one of the most influential mechanical engineers ever. SOURCE: ORIGINAL ENGRAVING.
RM2G228GT–Reign of Charles IV of Spain. Cession of the territories of Louisiana from the Kingdom of Spain to Napoleon Bonaparte's France, as a result of the Treaty of San Ildefonso in 1803. Louisiana was returned to France because of Napoleon's influence. Engraving. Historia del Levantamiento, guerra y revolución de España by the Conde de Toreno. Madrid, 1851.
RMHRP5HK–Young's Two-slit Diffraction of Light, 1803
RMD96XJX–Hector Berlioz (1803-1869) French composer. Gustave Courbet (1819-1877) French painter.
RMHKHA95–NAPOLOEONIC WARS 1803 pamphlet describing what to do in the event of Napoleon invading Britian.
RMERG56B–Iron foundry, London. From Pyne 'Microcosm' 1803-1806
RMCX67R0–1803 Cary Map of Florida, Central America, the Bahamas, and the West Indies
RM2JP1F8F–Napoleon Bonaparte, in a rage about the political situation with Britain. 1803 was a difficult year for Napoleon. Amongst many events he lost the colony of Saint-Dominque (modern Haiti), sold the Louisiana Territory to the United States and in May of that year Britain declared war against him. In the picture his future plans (including an expedition to the moon) lay in tatters. After an 1803 work by British artist James Gillray, 1756 - 1815.
RFHDW9EP–Julius Mosen, 1803-1867, a German poet and author of Jewish descent, woodcut from the year 1880
RMRD78BX–Johann August Sutter (1803-1880), discoverer of the gold fields of California and founder of New Helvetia
RMCNBN2E–Beach at low tide - Plage à marée basse Eugène ISABEY 1803-1886 France French
RME58P0Y–A map of North America ; Outline of North America, in correspond to the map. 1803
RM2F693F5–Peasant wagon train with goods. Engraving of 1803.
RM2G228HH–Allegorical illustration depicting the sale of Louisiana by Napoleon I to the United States for 15 million of dollars. Two years earlier, Spain had ceded it to France on condition that it would be returned if the French government would part with it. France sold it without respecting the treaty with Spain.In December 1803 France transferred authority over the region to the United States. Engraving by Chamorro. Historia del Levantamiento, guerra y revolución de España by the Conde de Toreno. Madrid, 1851.
RMHRNT16–Louisiana Purchase, 1803
RMM8KH7J–Conscription in France, Napoleonic Wars, 1803–1815
RMD8888E–NEWBURY THEATRE 1803
RMFDKD1K–The women souliotes,1827. By Ary Scheffer (1795-1858). Heroic suicide of Souliote women. Souliote wars 1803.
RM2J37D6G–Hector Berlioz-.Louis-Hector Berlioz (11 December 1803 â€“ 8 March 1869) was a French Romantic composer and conductor. His output includes orchestral
RMJ0FTXJ–Letter from J Watt, 1803, photographed with snuff box
RM2A2N0H3–Macacus ecaudatus, Print, 1798-1803
RM2K01K89–Entrance to Astley's Ampitheatre, rebuilt in 1803-04 after a fire destroyed his previous theatre.
RM2EHAAD4–RICHARD TREVITHICK (1771-1833) English mining engineer and inventor of the London Steam Carriage in 1803
RMERHP71–George Borrow - English author, 5 July 1803 - 26 July 1881.
RMDBY5YP–Sulpice Huguenin (1750 - 1803), French revolutionary.
RMP6069H–“Murder of Lord Kilwarden”. Illustration by George Cruikshank. Arthur Wolfe, 1st Viscount Kilwarden, 1739-1803. Irish peer, politician and judge. Lord Chief Justice of Ireland. He and his nephew were murdered on the streets of Dublin by Robert Emmet’s rebels on the night of July 23, 1803 during the Irish Rebellion of 1803. From History of the Irish Rebellion in 1798; with Memoirs of the Union, and Emmett’s Insurrection in 1803 by W.H. Maxwell. Published in London 1854.
RFHDXMBJ–Johann Jakob Wilhelm Heinse, 1746-1803, German author, woodcut from the year 1882, digital improved
RMTXJ2YE–Sydney Gazette 5th March 1803 front page No. 1 edition
RMRMG1N4–Lithograph of the execution of irish republican and nationalist robert emmet by the british in 1803. Emmet lead the rebellion of 1803 and was caught and tried for treason and then hung drawn and quartered in thomas street dublin on 20th september 1803
RMF6WGW3–Justus von Liebig, 1803 - 1873, a German chemist and professor,
RM2F693W9–Unloading the barge with bread in Russian Empire. Engraving of 1803.
RM2G29TGC–Francisco Javier Balmis (1753-1819). Spanish military doctor. He led an expedition (1803-1813) to vaccinate against smallpox in Latin America and the Philippines. The Royal Philanthropic Expedition departed from La Coruña, together with the surgeon Josep Salvany and the nurse Isabel Zendal. After his arrival in Venezuela in 1804, the expedition decided to split up in order to reach more areas: Balmis went to Mexico. The 'María Pita', the ship chartered for the expedition, leaving from the port of La Coruña (Galicia, Spain). Engraving. Historia del Levantamiento, guerra y revolución de España b
RMHRNT17–Louisiana Purchase, 1803
RMKFFYH2–Edward Nicolls boarding the Albion, 5 November 1803
RMD87W15–SAMUEL ADAMS - 1803
RF2HDAHDA–Engraving of Ludwig Arndts von Arnesberg. 1840 Ludwig Arndts von Arnesberg (1803 – 1878) was a German jurist.
RM2A2BBFK–'''Portrait-charge d'Hector Berlioz (1803-1869)'', 1833, Jean-Pierre Dantan, Petit Palais Musée des Beaux Arts de la Ville de Paris, France, Europe
RFDF1TJM–Wislicenus Gustav Adolf, 1803-1875, was a German Protestant theologian, woodcut from 1864
RM2HXBEY1–Baron Justus von Liebig chimiste allemand (1803-1873)
RMMWXW5N–Horse riders crossing a ford in the village of West Linton in the Borders, during the adult ride-out as part of the annual Whipman Play Society festivities. Whipman is the old Scots word for a carter or carrier, and the West Linton common ride dates back to 1803.
RMFXG83B–Johann Wilhelm Ludwig Gleim, 1719-1803, a German poet of the Enlightenment, Johann Wilhelm Ludwig Gleim (1719 - 1803), ein deuts
RMBNF6F6–Watzmann Mountains, by Ludwig Richter, 1803-1884
RMEM5X8E–Vittorio Alfieri (1749 – 1803), Italian dramatist
RMT96H6M–Justus Freiherr von Liebig (May 12, 1803 - April 18, 1873) was a German chemist who made major contributions to agricultural and biological chemistry, and worked on the organization of organic chemistry. He devised the modern laboratory-oriented teaching method and is regarded as one of the greatest chemistry teachers of all time. He is known as the ''father of the fertilizer industry'' for his discovery of nitrogen as an essential plant nutrient, and his formulation of the Law of the Minimum which described the effect of individual nutrients on crops. He died in 1873 at the age of 69. Lithogr
RMKFFYH7–Duke of Wellington crossing the Kaitna River at the Battle of Assaye, 23 September 1803
RMG376DP–HEDGEHOG / COMMON 1803
RF2C1EPK0–Louis-Hector Berlioz (1803 – 1869) French composer, conductor, musical writer of the romantic period and member of Institut de France (1856). His outp
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