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Hendlip House, the Retreat of the Jesuit Garnet, illustration from John Cassell's Illustrated History of England vol.3 (1873) (engraving) Featured Britain Image

Hendlip House, the Retreat of the Jesuit Garnet, illustration from John Cassell's Illustrated History of England vol.3 (1873) (engraving)

XJF437944 Hendlip House, the Retreat of the Jesuit Garnet, illustration from John Cassell's Illustrated History of England vol.3 (1873) (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Originally built by the Abington family in 1575, the building seen in this image was destroyed by fire and subsequently demolished in 1820; The Abington family were ardent Catholic Recusants and the house is best known as a hiding place for Edward Oldcorne, Nicholas Owen, Henry Garnet and Ralph Ashley, all who were under suspicion of involvement in the Gunpowder Plot of 1606; 99;Tudor architecture; assassination of James I; manor house; priest hole; hideaway; Guy Fawkes; treason; exterior; facade;)

© Bridgeman Images

A view of Hornby Castle, Yorkshire, with an angler and cattle on the banks of the river Featured Britain Image

A view of Hornby Castle, Yorkshire, with an angler and cattle on the banks of the river

2961621 A view of Hornby Castle, Yorkshire, with an angler and cattle on the banks of the river Wenning (oil on canvas) by Miller, J. (18th - 19th century); 43.5x61.1 cm; Private Collection; Photo A© Christie's Images; British, out of copyright

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Accomodation, Angler, Britain, British, Carriage, Castellated, Castle, Castles, Cattle, Coach, Country House, Countryside, Cows, Crenellations, Dwelling, England, English, Estate, Fisherman, Fishing, Grand, Grandiose, Grounds, Hornby Castle, Housing, Landscape, Livestock, Manor, Manor House, Manor Houses, Mansion, Mansions, Mzpainting, Painting, River, Riverbank, Romantic, Romanticist, Rural, Stately Home, To Fish, Wenning, Yorkshire

St Nicholas Church, Newcastle upon Tyne (ink & w/c on paper) Featured Britain Image

St Nicholas Church, Newcastle upon Tyne (ink & w/c on paper)

1214487 St Nicholas Church, Newcastle upon Tyne (ink & w/c on paper) by Johnson, Robert (1771-96); 35.7x30 cm; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK; (add.info.: St. Nicholas's Church dates mainly to the 14th and 15th centuries. Its soaring and elaborately crowned tower has always been a focal point in the town. the church received cathedral status in 1882 when Newcastle became a city. The Cloth Market was one of Newcastle's principal open street markets. Johnson shows it at the beginning of the day, before the stalls, seen stacked in the middle of the market-place, have been set up for the day's trading. Normally this area would have been crammed with stalls and traffic moving between the Tyne Bridge and the Newgate. The early morning scene has allowed the artist to get a clear view of his main subject, the church of St. Nicholas.); A© Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums; British, out of copyright

© Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums / Bridgeman Images