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Town Hall Brighton

c1841 Town Hall at centre with the Three Tuns public house to left.People on the balconies of Town Hall. Crowds on the steps and crowds surrounding the Town Hall. Three carriages in foreground, Scaffolding with people on it and carriage underneath to far left.

Town Hall Brighton

c1841 Town Hall at centre with the Three Tuns public house to left.People on the balconies of Town Hall. Crowds on the steps and crowds surrounding the Town Hall. Three carriages in foreground, Scaffolding with people on it and carriage underneath to far left.

Town Hall, Brighton

c1841 Town Hall at centre with the Three Tuns public house to left.People on the balconies of Town Hall. Crowds on the steps and crowds surrounding the Town Hall. Three carriages in foreground, Scaffolding with people on it and carriage underneath to far left.

Town Hall Brighton

c1841 Town Hall at centre with The Three Tuns public house to left. People on the balconies of Town Hall. Crowds on the steps and crowds surrounding the Town Hall. Three carriages in foreground, Scaffolding with people on it and carriage underneath to far left.

Murder of Thomas A Becket from an ancient design in Preston Church, Sussex.

Taken from one of the wall paintings of the murder scene of Thomas A Beckett at the foot of an altar stone, Four men with swords attack Becket, one plunges a sword into his head. Beckett stands in front of his chaplain, and the hand of God can be seen abo

Scene in the Infirmary of Horsham Jail

John Holloway sits on a chair with a table and a bench in front of him. There is a hat on the table. He is seated next to his mother whilst Mr Nute stands nearby holds his hands up in front of him. Rev. Wetherby talks to Mr Dodswell both holding their hat

Postcard

c1898

PSS Brighton Queen

1917 Monochrome postcard showing paddle steamer.

Digital Image

1890s Digital image of photograph showing an electric car designed by Magnus Volk outside of Metropole Hotel, Brighton.

Sarah Malcolm Executed in Fleet Street, March ye 7th 1732

This is a black and white paper engraving designed and engraved by William Hogarth, of Sarah Malcolm seated at a table in Newgate Prison. Malcolm was executed in Fleet Street on 7 March 1732 after being found guilty of breaking into the house of one of he

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