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2015/03/02 10:16
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A new portrait of the Queen that will appear on coins has been unveiled - but it may be some time before the updated money starts showing up in people's wallets. The effigy is only the fifth...
2015/03/02 10:16
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2015/03/02 06:16
2015/03/02 06:16
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CHARTER DAY WEEKEND-Museum reopensSat, March 7, 2015 @ 10:00AM March 07/08- CHARTER DAY WEEKEND - Museum reopens to the public on Saturday 03/07/15 with a Military Movie Madness Festival beginning at...
2015/03/01 17:23
2015/03/01 17:23
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Charles Gerard, 1st Earl Macclesfield, by William Dobson. Photo by Dunedin Public Art Gallery. It is in the Port Otago Gallery and this part of the exhibition is titled Profiler. The works are all...
2015/02/27 17:21
2015/02/27 17:21
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The image of Britannia is to appear on a coin for the first time since 2008, with David Cameron hailing the return of an “enduring symbol of our national identity”. Britannia will feature on the new...
2015/02/27 01:51
2015/02/27 01:51
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Britannia was dropped from the 50p in 2008 A new depiction of the patriotic emblem of Great Britain will be struck on £2 coins. The image will replace the current “technology” design which has...
2015/02/25 20:43
2015/02/25 20:43
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HONESDALE, PA — After reviving the recognition of Wayne voters with lengthy uninterrupted readings of voting records, the Wayne County Commissioners realized they had never recognized the county’s...
2015/02/23 10:13
2015/02/23 10:13
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Shows will take place in the historic central courtyard at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, where a fully seated auditorium will be set up for the concerts in June. Three concerts have been announced for...
2015/02/23 00:41
2015/02/23 00:41
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Published at 13:16, Thursday, 19 February 2009 A SILENT witness to witchcraft, owned by monks, inventors, town sheriffs and city postmasters – the Old Mill at Riding Mill is so steeped in history you...
2015/02/21 23:56
2015/02/21 23:56
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Submitted by Pater Tenebrarum via Acting-Man blog, Introducing Money Imagine three men living on a small island. Toni is mining the local salt mine, and apart from him there are Pete the fisherman...
2015/02/20 10:13
2015/02/20 10:13
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The more recent influx of foreign super-rich has only accelerated the trend, York says — reducing Barbour-and-brogues-clad boys called Hugh to “21st-century butlers”, serving the mega-rich as estate...
2015/02/16 22:45
2015/02/16 22:45
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SCOTS to get a rare glimpse of some of the immense Royal Collection, one of the worlds’s greatest assemblies of art, writes Martyn McLaughlin. There are precious few secrets that can be guarded for...
2015/02/15 12:21
2015/02/15 12:21
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Hampton Court Palace contains over 1,000 rooms. And though State Apartment Warden Christian Lax — who recently showed us around — has worked there for years, he has yet to visit them all. This...
2015/02/15 12:18
2015/02/15 12:18
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London contains statues of almost every English or British monarch since Henry VIII. Imagine if they all got together for a right royal knees-up. Beginning with Henry, we’ve depicted 20 kings and...
2015/02/13 00:11
2015/02/13 00:11
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Lady Emma addresses the small gathering at the ceremony to dedicate the gravestone (below) of her ancestor, Lady Anne Monson, at South Park Street Cemetery on Thursday morning. With her are Michael...
2015/02/12 12:59
2015/02/12 12:59
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Roses are the pick of the lot on Valentine’s Day Flowers and Valentine’s Day go hand in hand. Business is blooming at the florist stores in town with orders flying in from far and near. The flower...
2015/02/11 00:52
2015/02/11 00:52
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A man carries a sick child while a passer-by shields his mouth The panic began on February 12, 1665. Exactly 350 years ago this week in a house in London’s Drury Lane, a man died unexpectedly. His...
2015/02/08 07:51
2015/02/08 07:51
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William Cash, who is Ukip’s spokesman for heritage and tourism, said Shropshire’s tourism was the envy of the world, and was responsible for nine per cent of the county’s economy. But he accused the...
2015/02/08 01:51
2015/02/08 01:51
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Do you speak the language of blooms? Valentine’s Day might be a good time to learn With Valentine’s Day just days away, half the population will have already ordered flowers – or will have at least...
2015/02/06 10:09
2015/02/06 10:09
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Then our more or less empty train ‘tilts past golf courses and ventures inland’. Twenty minutes later, at 8.57am we’re back on the coast at Montrose, relishing its famous basin, host to innumerable...
2015/02/04 10:09
2015/02/04 10:09
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... you are grown rich, I believe by your dress. Why, woman you are fine enough to be a queen." "You are entirely right, Madame, and I am w -- re enough to be a duchess." So it went between...
2015/03/02 10:16
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