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1. Sarcophagus for the body of Horatio Viscount Nelson.
*Sarcophagus for the body of Horatio Viscount Nelson.This sarcophagus in St Paul's Cathedral was originally intended for Cardinal Wolsey in the 16th century but was never used after Wolsey fell from...
2. Science and natural history on Cook's voyages
*Science and natural history on Cook's voyages
3. Sherlock Holmes
*Sherlock Holmes
4. Silver pocket watch, No. 1305.
*Silver pocket watch, No. 1305.This watch, by Thomas Leyden of London, is engraved: 'Watch worn by Capt. Thomas Masterman Hardy at Trafalgar 1805'. Although this watch is a...
5. Rummers commemmorating Nelson's funeral.
*Rummers commemmorating Nelson's funeral.Every major event such as the opening of a dock was an occasion for memorabilia such as prints, medals or tankards. These decorated glasses or...
6. 'Round the World'.
*'Round the World'.After Cook returned from his first voyage, the Admiralty engaged a professional writer, Dr John Hawkesworth, to write the official account. He...
7. Relics of Nelson.
*Relics of Nelson.The uniform worn by Admiral, Lord Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar is perhaps the most emotive of all relics relating to Britain's greatest naval...
8. Remains of Lord Viscount Nelson laying in state in the Painted Chamber at Greenwich Hospital.
*Remains of Lord Viscount Nelson laying in state in the Painted Chamber at Greenwich Hospital.Although Britain celebrated the great victory at Trafalgar on 21 October 1805, the country had also lost its national hero. Large crowds therefore...
9. Remains of Lord Viscount Nelson laying in state in the Painted Chamber at Greenwich Hospital.
*Remains of Lord Viscount Nelson laying in state in the Painted Chamber at Greenwich Hospital.The remains of Nelson laying in state in the Painted Chamber at Greenwich Hospital. Crowds of people are paying their respects to the national hero.
10. Repairing of Captain Cook's ship in Endeavour River (Cook's first voyage).
*Repairing of Captain Cook's ship in Endeavour River (Cook's first voyage).In June 1770 the 'Endeavour' was badly damaged running aground on the Great Barrier Reef. The ship limped into Endeavour River on the coast of New...
 
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