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Anatomy Stocks and Bonds
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Simple Simon: Sir John Allesbrook Simon, Solicitor General.
Westminster Election: Hustings outside St Paul’s Covent Garden:The 1808 election saw Sir Francis Burdett put forward as a candidate without his knowledge and then pursued for electioneering costs.
Three perspectives: The Interior, the North entrance and as it was when built by Sir Thomas Gresham in 1571.
London Stock Exchange: Being “Hammered”.
Law Court sketches: High Treason Trial of Colonel Arthur Lynch.
Master of the Kniife: Royal Surgeon Sir Alfred Fripp.
Hydrophobia (Rabies): Louis Pasteur after Theobaed Chartran.
London Stock Exchange: Pillars of the City.
Stock Exchange: ‘Well-Known Faces in the Consol Market’.
Portia of the Courts: Georgina Weldon succesfsully sued numerous persons including her husband and her doctor whilst representing herself, and over 20 years brought over a 100 cases to the court. Portia is in reference to the heroine of Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. SPY.
Bank: Looking towards the Mansion House. View of the South side of St Barthalomew Lane looking West. To the right of Mansion House is the spire of St Antholin, Budge Row.
Royal Exchange: Financiers including Sir Moses Montefiore in conversation with Nathan Mayer Rothschild.
3rd Commissioner: Red Robed Judge. Sir Archibald Levin Smith. SPY.
John Law: The Scottish economist responsible for the Mississippi Bubble.
Gray’s Inn: Aerial view of one of the four Inns of Court which evolved in the late 14th century, and is named for Baron Gray of Wilton on whose land the Inn was built.
Florence Nightingale in the Hospital at Scutari.
Bank of England: View of the front elevation and Threadneedle Street.
Doctors in Labour: Satire of the celebrated case of Mary Toft, who convinced several eminent physicians she had given birth to rabbits.