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The Illustrated London News Panorama of London and the River Thames.

The Illustrated London News Panorama of London and the River Thames.
The Illustrated London News Panorama of London and the River Thames.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PZ7795
Description: 'The Illustrated London News' magazine, which was first printed in 1842, is a fine pictorial example of a historic social record of British and world events up to the present day. The founder of the 'Illustrated London News' was Herbert Ingram, a bookseller, newsagent and printer from Nottingham, who acquired the necessary capital from the sale of 'Parrs' laxative pills.
Creator: S.C. Smyth
Date: 1845
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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