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0014643
HOGARTH: BAMBRIDGE TRIAL.
The examination of Thomas Bambridge, acting warden of the Fleet Prison, by a committee of the House of Commons presided over by James Oglethorpe, 1729. Steel engraving after William Hogarth.
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0037155
FLEET STREET MARRIAGE.
The looseness of the marriage laws under George II allowed for frequent clandestine marriages in the 18th century, which were often performed by drunk and imprisoned clergymen of the Fleet Street Prison, London, England. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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0028199
HOGARTH: RAKE'S PROGRESS.
'The Prison.' The seventh painting in the series 'The Rake's Progress,' depicting the decline of the character Tom Rakewell, by William Hogarth, 1732-1733. Rakewell is incarcerated in the Fleet debtor's prison.
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0050283
HOGARTH: RAKE'S PROGRESS.
'Prison Scene.' Steel engraving, c1840, after William Hogarth.
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0127891
WORLD WAR I.
Internment of German high seas fleet at Scapa Flow (from 21 November 1918 on) -
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0127759
GERMANY NOVEMBER REVOLUTION.
Germany, November revolution 1918: Wilhelmshaven mutiny of the high seas fleet from 29./30.10. on: Revolutionary sailors after the storming of the Naval-military prison . 6.Nov.1918
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0127892
WORLD WAR I.
Internment of German high seas fleet at Scapa Flow (from 21 November 1918 on) - Scuttle of the fleet on 21 June 1919: Sinking battle cruisers Seydlitz, Derfflinger. e.a.
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0127890
WORLD WAR I.
Internment of German high seas fleet at Scapa Flow (from 21.Nov.1918 on) - View of battelships (front to back) Baden, Koenig Albert, Derfflinger, Kaiserin. Photograph, 1919