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An unusual stately home, set amongst woods, parkland and a rather intriguing iron age hill fort, that may or may not be site of King Alfred's great victory.    A painting of Prince Rupert, Colonel William Murray and Colonel John Russell. © NTPL/The Craven Collection-NTPL

An unusual stately home, set amongst woods, parkland and a rather intriguing iron age hill fort, that may or may not be site of King Alfred's great victory. A painting of Prince Rupert, Colonel William Murray and Colonel John Russell. © NTPL/The Craven Collection-NTPL

Picture from the front of the booklet published by John Taylor in London 1642. The Roundhead has the short hair of a typical London apprerntice and is wearing a short tabbed doublet, stiff falling band and tightly cut breeches. He seems to be leading the “Shag-Poll” by the neck from York towards the London gallows.

Picture from the front of the booklet published by John Taylor in London 1642. The Roundhead has the short hair of a typical London apprerntice and is wearing a short tabbed doublet, stiff falling band and tightly cut breeches. He seems to be leading the “Shag-Poll” by the neck from York towards the London gallows.

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Snow Hill, Holborn, London in 19th century. Image from http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2a/English_School,_19th_Century,_Snow_Hill,_Holburn,_London.jpg.

Snow Hill, Holborn, London in 19th century. Image from http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2a/English_School,_19th_Century,_Snow_Hill,_Holburn,_London.jpg.

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