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Chambre des députés.

Thomas Allom, from Paris in 1841, by  Catherine Gore, London, 1842.

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Chambre des députés.

Thomas Allom, from Paris in 1841, by Catherine Gore, London, 1842.

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Monday, August 4, 2014
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Interior of La Madeleine.

Thomas Allom, from Paris in 1841, by  Catherine Gore, London, 1842.

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Interior of La Madeleine.

Thomas Allom, from Paris in 1841, by Catherine Gore, London, 1842.

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Sunday, August 3, 2014
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Jardin du Palais Royal.

Thomas Allom, from Paris in 1841, by  Catherine Gore, London, 1842.

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Jardin du Palais Royal.

Thomas Allom, from Paris in 1841, by Catherine Gore, London, 1842.

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Sunday, August 3, 2014
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The gallery of the Louvre.

Thomas Allom, from Paris in 1841, by  Catherine Gore, London, 1842.

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The gallery of the Louvre.

Thomas Allom, from Paris in 1841, by Catherine Gore, London, 1842.

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Sunday, August 3, 2014
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The Grand temple at Poo-too (Putuo), Chusan (Zhoushan) islands.

Thomas Allom, from China vol. 4, by George N. Wright, London, circa 1843.

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The Grand temple at Poo-too (Putuo), Chusan (Zhoushan) islands.

Thomas Allom, from China vol. 4, by George N. Wright, London, circa 1843.

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Thursday, June 20, 2013
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Melon Island* and irrigating wheel.

Thomas Allom, from China vol. 4, by George N. Wright, London, circa 1843.

* Melon Island was not, or at any rate is not now, an island, but an area of the Yangzi’s northern shore just up river from Zhenjiang. (from Grand Canal, Great River: The Travel Diary of a Twelfth-Century Chinese Poet, Frances Lincoln LTD, London, 2007)
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Melon Island* and irrigating wheel.

Thomas Allom, from China vol. 4, by George N. Wright, London, circa 1843.

* Melon Island was not, or at any rate is not now, an island, but an area of the Yangzi’s northern shore just up river from Zhenjiang. (from Grand Canal, Great River: The Travel Diary of a Twelfth-Century Chinese Poet, Frances Lincoln LTD, London, 2007)

(Source: archive.org)

Thursday, June 20, 2013
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Cataract of Ting-Hoo, or the Tripod Lake (Dinghu mountain and lake).

Thomas Allom, from China vol. 4, by George N. Wright, London, circa 1843.

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Cataract of Ting-Hoo, or the Tripod Lake (Dinghu mountain and lake).

Thomas Allom, from China vol. 4, by George N. Wright, London, circa 1843.

(Source: archive.org)

Thursday, June 20, 2013
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Scene on the Henan Canal, near Canton (Guangzhou)

Thomas Allom, from China vol. 4, by George N. Wright, London, circa 1843.

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Scene on the Henan Canal, near Canton (Guangzhou)

Thomas Allom, from China vol. 4, by George N. Wright, London, circa 1843.

(Source: archive.org)

Thursday, June 20, 2013