Remembrances of the Great Exhibition

a series of views beautifully engraved on steel, from drawings made on the spot; including a general history of its origin, progress, and close.
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H. Mandeville, Ackerman & Co., Read & Co. , Paris, London
Other titlesMighty London illustrated
ContributionsRead & Co.
The Physical Object
Pagination11, [2], 4-10, [8] p., 10 leaves of plates :
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Open LibraryOL18159751M

Remembrances of the Remembrances of the Great Exhibition book Exhibition: a series of views beautifully engraved in steel, from drawings made on the spot ; including a general history of its origins, progress, and close.

Publication date. A shower of rain washed the dust from the glass, and made it glitter all the more. Nothing like this had been seen in London, ever. It was the Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations. The Great Exhibition was the brain-child of Queen Victoria's husband, Prince Albert.

The Great Exhibition of was the world's first international exposition of manufactured goods, inventions, works of art and artefacts from many cultures. A showcase of British manufacturing supremacy, an educational extravaganza, a lesson to foreigners and a deep source of public fascination, the Exhibition was closely connected with Queen Victoria's.

The central theme of the exhibition is the importance of Remembrance to individuals, to the Royal Air Force and to the nation. As a personal act of Remembrance, online visitors are invited to record a personal tribute to those that lost their lives serving their country.

Each memorial will be incorporated in a virtual ‘Book of. 'The Great Exhibition of ', held in London’s spectacular Crystal Palace, was the first world’s fair and the first industrial exhibition.

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Great exhibition of the works of industry of all nations, ; Great Britain. Commissioners for the Exhibition of ; Yapp, George Wagstaffe,comp; Ellis, Robert, F. S., edPages: The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations or The Great Exhibition, an international exhibition, took place in Hyde Park, London, from 1 May to 15 October It was the first in a series of World's Fairs, exhibitions of culture and industry that became popular in the 19th century.

The Great Exhibition was organised by Henry Cole and by Prince Albert, City: London. But the work was completed on time and the Great Exhibition was opened by Queen Victoria on 1st May The exhibits included almost every marvel of the Victorian age, including pottery, porcelain, ironwork, furniture, perfumes, pianos, firearms, fabrics, steam hammers, hydraulic presses and even the odd house or two.

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The Great Exhibition book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Presents highlights from the Crystal Palace Exhibition in London 3/5(1). Remembrance of the Exhibition by. Luigi FOSSATI En Español. At the end of the century during which rationalist thinkers had done everything to destroy the dogmas and beliefs of the Church, there appeared a white Sheet (a "pure shroud" like that used in Christ's burial) with the bodily forms and physiognomy of a scourged and crucified.

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The Great Exhibition book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The Great Exhibition of was the world's first international expo /5(2). The Great Exhibition of was an international exhibition that took place in Hyde Park, London.

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Every encouraging word, every unselfish deed, every sacrifice made, the Lord has carefully placed there as a witness to the universe that you are indeed His child. This book is directly connected with another very important book called the Book of Life.

Great exhibition – the class that contained the vast majority of exhibited photographs. In a lecture on the exhibition given at the Society of Arts, Manufactures, and commerce, London, a year after the exhibition closed, he described: the collection of photographs in the exhibition, which afforded to the photologist a larger field of.

It hosted many more exhibits, but attracted the same number of people as the wildly successful Great Exhibition, and therefore barely produced a profit. The enormous Exhibition Building (which had been designed to be beautified later) was widely regarded as inelegant, even hideous. It is of great importance to give their names back to the victims at their place of suffering, since in this way the right to their own names, which was once forcibly taken from them, is to be returned to them in a symbolic form.

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David De Haan, "The Story of the Great Exhibition, Part 1," West Midlands History (), 25 minutes. The Great Exhibition of was a high point of Victorian Britain and its sense of Empire.

The magnificent Crystal Palace in Hyde Park became a magnet for great crowds of visitors from all over Britain including Queen. The Great Exhibition is considered to this day to be one of the most, if not the most important world exhibition of all time.

Organised by Henry Cole and Prince Albert, it displayed and celebrated contemporary industrial technology, craftsmanship, art and design from o national and international exhibitors.

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Their exhibition, therefore, is calculated not only to be of great use to the manufacturer, but of essential benefit to such countries as possess many little known products possessed of valuable properties, and procurable in large quantities at a cheap rate, Reviews: 1.

BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE. re-mem'-brans (cepher zikkdron, "book of record"): Is related in meaning to the "Book of Life." It refers to a list of the righteous, recorded in a book that lies before God (Malachi ; compare Daniel ).See BOOK OF LIFE.

On Jthe Nazis put on what was to become an annual art show—the “Great German Art Exhibition,” in Munich’s Haus der Author: Jason Daley.Author:Mare, Eric De. London The Year of the Great Exhibition.

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