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REGULATORS REVOLT, 1771. Attempt to Pacify the Regulators. Edmund Fanning (far right, on opposite shore) attempting to pacify the Regulators, led by Ninian Bell Hamilton, along the Eno River near Hillsborough, North Carolina, during the Regulators revolt in 1771. Wood engraving, 19th century, after Felix O.C. Darley Featured Hamilton Print

REGULATORS REVOLT, 1771. Attempt to Pacify the Regulators. Edmund Fanning (far right, on opposite shore) attempting to pacify the Regulators, led by Ninian Bell Hamilton, along the Eno River near Hillsborough, North Carolina, during the Regulators revolt in 1771. Wood engraving, 19th century, after Felix O.C. Darley

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Earl and Countess Spencer Featured Hamilton Print

Earl and Countess Spencer

Albert Edward John Spencer, 7th Earl Spencer (23 May 1892 9 June 1975), known formally as The Hon Albert Spencer until 1910 and from then until 1922 as Viscount Althorp, and less formally as "Jack" Spencer, pictured with his wife, Countess Spencer, formerly Cynthia Elinor Beatrix Hamilton, daughter of the 3rd Due of Abercorn. They were the paternal grandparents of Diana, Princess of Wales and great grandparents of Prince William of Wales Picture on the occasion of the visit of the American Bar Association to Sulgrave Manor, Northamptonshire, the home of the Washington family. Date: 1924

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Director Guy Hamilton - CP Robertson Memorial Trophy Featured Hamilton Print

Director Guy Hamilton - CP Robertson Memorial Trophy

Lord Shackleton, Lord Privy Seal and former Royal Air Force Minister, presents Guy Hamilton (left), the director of the Battle of Britain film, with the CP Robertson Memorial Trophy. It commemorates the founder of the Air Public Relations Association. During the presentation in London, Lord Shackleton said that the film was the most honest and most remarkable war film I have ever seen

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