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Greenwich (Greenwich Hospital and River Thames).
A plate from George Cooke's 'Views in London and its Vicinity', looking broadly west across the Greenwich Hospital frontage from off the George...
Descriptions of battles by sea and land.
A Greenwich and Chelsea Pensioner swap yarns. They are smoking and drinking while discussing past glories. From 1705 Greenwich Hospital provided...
Cricketers of the Royal Naval College, c. 1887.
A cricket team from the Royal Naval College, c. 1887.
Come Youngster: Another Glass of Grog Before You Go On Deck (caricature).
A caricature of sailors drinking rum on the mess deck. From 1655 to 1 August 1970, the sailors of Britain's Royal Navy received a daily ration of rum...
Cricket on the asphalt.
Boys from the Royal Hospital School playing cricket on the asphalt in 1898.
A game of lawn tennis
, by CW Cole.
A watercolour depicting a game of lawn tennis, c. 1870. Tennis was becoming a popular pastime among the rich by this time.
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