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Images Dated 17th October 2006

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Letter from William Cecil to Sir Christopher Hatton, 12th September 1586.Artist: Sir William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley Featured 17 Oct 2006 Print

Letter from William Cecil to Sir Christopher Hatton, 12th September 1586.Artist: Sir William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley

Letter from William Cecil to Sir Christopher Hatton, Vice Chamberlain, 12th September 1586. Letter from Sir William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley, as one of the Commissioners appointed for the trial of Anthony Babington and his fellow conspiritors (13 and 14th September), conveying Queen Elizabeth I's commands that no violent language be used against Mary Queen of Scots at the trial and that a special clause be added to the judgement. From the second series of Facsimiles of royal, historical, literary and other autographs in the Department of Manuscripts, British Museum: Series I-V. (London, 1899)

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Basilique Sainte Therese Featured 17 Oct 2006 Print

Basilique Sainte Therese

The Basilique Sainte Therese in the Normandy city of Liseux, mid 1960s. Consecrated in 1954 the site is a popular destination for Catholic pilgrims. (Photo by Adrian Ace Williams/Frederic Lewis/Archive Photos/Getty Images)

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72300124, Huty1590338, Religion, Worship, Architecture, Church, 59 Fra 036

Letter from Benjamin Franklin to David Hartley MP, 14th April 1782.Artist: Benjamin Franklin Featured 17 Oct 2006 Print

Letter from Benjamin Franklin to David Hartley MP, 14th April 1782.Artist: Benjamin Franklin

Letter from Benjamin Franklin to David Hartley MP, 14th April 1782. Letter written from Passy when Franklin was Minister from the United States to France suggesting that, if the new English Ministry (of Lord Rockingham) was disposed to treat for a general peace, Henry Laurens should be set at full liberty and should bring over propositions. Both Franklin and fellow American Laurens were included in a commission from Congress to conclude a peace, dated 15th June, 1781. The latter, when on a mission to the Netherlands to negotiate a loan, had been captured at sea and was a prisoner on parole in England. The Definitive Treaty between Great Britain and the United States was negotiated by Hartley with Franklin and the others, being signed at Paris, 3rd September, 1783. From the fifth series of Facsimiles of royal, historical, literary and other autographs in the Department of Manuscripts, British Museum: Series I-V. (London, 1899)

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