The Geologists and The Mother-lode

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Making a High-end Turntable

Click here to visit the New Yorkshire YouTube channel.

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The Birdman of St. James Park

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Greatest of All Time

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La Femme Paysanne: Traditional Farming in France

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Thomas Jefferson’s Garden Book

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American Farming Circa 1954

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David Starkey: Britain’s Last Great Historian

Dr. David Starkey, the UK’s premiere historian, speaks to the modern and fleeting notion of “cancel culture”. Starkey’s brilliance is unparalleled and it has become quite obvious to the world’s remaining Western scholars willing to stand on intellectual integrity that a few so-called “Woke Intellectuals” most certainly cannot undermine […]

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King James I, Witch-Hunter

Mortlake Tapestries at Chatsworth House

Click here to read copy of Daemonologie

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The Printing of the King James Bible 1611

Richard Barker KJ Title Pg.

Robert Barker was the printer of the first edition of the King James Bible in 1611. He was the printer to King James I and son of Christopher Barker, printer to Queen Victoria I.

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Professional Cleaning an Antique Rug

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Mortlake Tapestries of Chatsworth

Mortlake Tapestries at Chatsworth House

Click here to learn more about the Mortlake Tapestries of Chatsworth

The Mortlake Tapestries were founded by Sir Francis Crane.

From the Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 13

Crane, Francis by William Prideaux Courtney

CRANE, Sir FRANCIS (d. […]

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The First Pineapple Grown in England

Charles II of England being presented with the first pineapple grown in England by royal gardener, John Rose.

Click here to read an excellent article on the history of pineapple growing in the UK.

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The Stuart Kings and King James I & VI to Charles II

Armorial tablet of the Stewarts - Falkland Palace Fife, Scotland.

Armorial tablet of the Stewarts – Falkland Palace Fife, Scotland.

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Gallileo’s 1611 Sunspot Drawings Sequenced

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The King James Bible – 1611

1612 First Quarto of the King James Bible

Click here to buy a copy of the 1611 King James Bible

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Historical Globes in the British Library’s Collection Come Alive Online

A terrestial globe on which the tracts and discoveries are laid down from the accurate observations made by Capts Cook, Furneux, Phipps, published 1782 / globe by John Newton ; cartography by William Palmer, held by the State Library of New South Wales

The British Library, using sophisticated filming equipment and software, […]

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A Video of Upmost Importance for the Sharp Young Man Seeking Success in Life

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Dame Edith Sitwell

Sitwell Family; From left: Edith Sitwell (1887-1964), Sir George Sitwell, Lady Ida, Sacheverell Sitwell (1897-1988), and Osbert Sitwell (1892-1969) – Oil on canvas by John Singer Sargent

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Patek Phillipe Service and Maintenance

Patek Phillipe hand makes the finest watches in the world. Click here to learn more.

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Why Beauty Matters – Sir Roger Scruton

Sadly, Sir Roger Scruton passed away a few days ago—January 12th, 2020. Heaven has gained a great philosopher.

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Take Me to Pitcairn by Julian McDonnell

To learn more about Julian McDonnell, film director, click here.

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Any one who discovers a new source of gain, without detriment to the community, deserves a mark of honer, for public spirit will then never be extinguished.

— Xenophon