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Princess Irene of Hesse, Princess Henry of Prussia, third daughter of Victoria's second daughter, Alice. Two of her three sons suffered from hemophilia passed down from Queen Victoria. Irene's two sisters were also murdered in the Russian Revolution. Nevertheless Irene and her husband and first cousin Prince Heinrich of Prussia had a successful marriage and have many descendants through their son, Prince Sigismund.

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Grandchild of Queen Victoria - Princess Irene of Hesse and by Rhine (1866 – 1953) was the third child third daughter of Princess Alice of the United Kingdom Ludwig IV, Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine. She was the wife of Prince Albert Wilhelm Heinrich of Prussia, her first cousin. Like her sister Alix, Irene was a carrier of the haemophilia gene

A royal engagement - Princess Irene of Hesse and by Rhine and Prince Heinrich of Prussia. They were first cousins. As this adorable portrait shows, they were less stuffy and more modern than their parents. They had a happy marriage marred by two of their three sons having hemophilia inherited from Irene's grandmother, Queen Victoria.

The scuttlers were gangs of young people, both male and female, that menaced the streets of Manchester and Salford towards the end of the nineteenth century. 20-year-old William Brookes, a well known gang member, fell foul of Manchester City Police in 1890. From the collection of the Greater Manchester Police Museum and Archives. To find out more please visit www.gmpmuseum.com

Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll. Canada, late 1870s.

The Royal Collection: Victoria, Princess Royal (1840-1901)

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Portrait of John Brown commissioned by Queen Victoria.

Royal Deeside, Scotland : John Brown, servant to Queen Victoria

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When Beatrix Potter visited the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew in 1896, she commented on the women gardeners in their knickerbockers. Here are three of them: Gertrude Cope, Alice Hutchins and Eleanor Morland.

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The Queens Head, 405 Strand, 8 Jun 1892

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Yerbury & Co, 114 Bishopsgate, City of London, 1862. Tobacco warehouse and shop

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Queen Victoria's John Brown, 1871.

Beautiful Old Photos Of People With Their Dogs

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Victoria and Albert had 9 children ~ 1840 - Victoria Adelaide Mary (Princess Royal) 1841 - Albert Edward (future King Edward VII) 1843- Alice Maud Mary 1844- Alfred Ernest Albert 1846 - Helena Augusta Victoria 1848 - Louise Caroline Alberta 1850 - Arthur William Patrick 1853 - Leopold George Duncan 1857 - Beatrice Mary Victoria

Policemen gathered in Bonner's Fields, London, during the Chartist revival of 1848. Chartism was a working-class movement for political reform in Britain which existed from 1838 to 1850.

Matchgirls participating in a strike against Bryant & May in London, 1888. The strike was caused by the poor working conditions in the match factory, including fourteen-hour work days and the severe health complications of working with white phosphorus.

Chartism was a working class movement for political reform in Britain in the early 19th century which took its name from "the People's Charter" of 1838. On 10 April 1848, the Chartist Convention organised a mass meeting on Kennington Common (now Kennington Park). As many as 150,000 may have attended. The aim was to form a procession to present a petition to Parliament against the lack of representation of the working class.

Notting Hill Gate Tube Station. Turn of the 20th century.

Shop selling old clothes, Lumber Court, St Giles, London. 1877.

Old London, One of the earliest pictures taken in Piccadilly Circus, 1860.

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