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Routledge Published April 1, 1998 Reference - 1500 Pages ISBN 9781884964909 - CAT RT19635. The cast amount of accurate, unbiased information contained here, combined with a pleasant prose style, makes this resource worthy of purchase wherever British history is studied.
Geoffrey Treasure, Ian Dawson, Who's who in British history: beginnings to 1901. Encyclopedia Article. A-H, Volume 1, Thomas Cavendish. "Captain for Elizabeth". Last Voyages: Cavendish, Judson, Ralegh: The Original Narratives. Francis Drake, Falkland Islands, Thomas Cavendish, Victoria (ship), Ferdinand Magellan.
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Bibliographic Details. Title: Who's Who in Victorian Britain, 1851-1901. Who in British History series. Publisher: Stackpole Books, 2001. Publication Date: 2001. Many see the Victorian era as Britain's heyday. Certainly some of the nation's most exceptional citizens lived then, not least, of course, Queen Victoria herself. Chronologically arranged and extensively indexed, these eight volumes are an indispensable guide to the people of 2,000 years of British history, from kings and archbishops to artists, warriors, and revolutionaries. Each volume paints a portrait of an age.
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The history of the penny of Great Britain and the United Kingdom from 1714 to 1901, the period in which the House of Hanover reigned, saw the transformation of the penny from a little-used small silver coin to the bronze piece recognisable to modern-.
The history of the penny of Great Britain and the United Kingdom from 1714 to 1901, the period in which the House of Hanover reigned, saw the transformation of the penny from a little-used small silver coin to the bronze piece recognisable to modern-day Britons. All bear the portrait of the monarch on the obverse; copper and bronze pennies have a depiction of Britannia, the female personification of Britain, on the reverse.
Part of an eight-volume series providing short biographies of men and women from Roman to Victorian times, Who's Who in Early Hanoverian Britain spans the period from the death of Queen Anne in 1714 to the outbreak of the French Revolution in 1789. These 75 years witnessed two Jacobite risings, the evolution of cabinet government, major additions to the British Empire despite the loss of the American colonies, and at home the stirrings of radical reform - it was the age of The Enlightenment.