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For private study or noncommercial educational or research purposes as defined in the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (as amended), material included in this exhibition may be reproduced without seeking permission. For all other purposes, permission to reproduce or quote from copyright material included in the exhibition must be obtained from The National Archives or other copyright holders, as appropriate, and full acknowledgement must be made.

Unless otherwise stated, the references given in the list below are to records held by The National Archives (formerly the Public Record Office).

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London skyline from The Illustrated London News logo: 19th century; © The Illustrated London News
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CO 700/West Indies21 f.1: 1780; cartographer, Thomas Jeffreys; artist, unknown; out of copyright
National Maritime Museum, ZBA2507: 1788-1812; mezzotint by John Raphael Smith; © National Maritime Museum, London
See http://www.nmm.ac.uk/
Gentleman's Magazine, p.273: June 1750; author, unknown; out of copyright
Gentleman's Magazine, p.273: June 1750; author, unknown; out of copyright
The Wellington Museum, Apsley House, 1469-1948: 1822; artist, Sir David Wilkie; © V&A Images


HOME PAGE

CO 700/West Indies21 f.1: 1780; cartographer, Thomas Jeffreys; artist, unknown; out of copyright


BLACK PRESENCE icon button

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Gentleman's Magazine, p.273: June 1750; author, unknown; out of copyright


SIDE MENU
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York Art Gallery, Portrait of Lady Charlotte Fitzroy with her Indian Page: c.1674; artist, Sir Peter Lely; courtesy of York Museums Trust (York Art Gallery)
Victoria & Albert Museum, 5443 (IS) (CIS): about 1850; designer, unknown, © V&A Images


ABOUT THIS PROJECT

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MPI 1/493 no.8: 1682; artist, Jean Barbot; copyright, estate of Jean Barbot

ADM 7/830B f.81: 1688; artist, Jean Barbot; copyright, estate of Jean Barbot
ADM 7/830A f.3: 1688; artist, Jean Barbot; copyright, estate of Jean Barbot
ADM 7/830B f.34: 1688; artist, Jean Barbot; copyright, estate of Jean Barbot
ADM 7/830B f.51: 1688; artist, Jean Barbot; copyright, estate of Jean Barbot
ADM 7/830B f.35: 1688; artist, Jean Barbot; copyright, estate of Jean Barbot


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS AND COPYRIGHT DETAILS

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MPI 1/493 no.3: Dec 1681; artist, Jean Barbot; copyright, estate of Jean Barbot

MPH 1/797 no.19: 1792; artist, Martin Watts; copyright, estate of Martin Watts


SITE MAP

CO 700/Africa0: ?1626; engraver, Abraham Goos, adapted, John Speed; out of copyright


INTRODUCTION: ARRIVING IN BRITAIN

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The Illustrated London News logo (London skyline): 19th century; © The Illustrated London News

ADM 7/830B f.39: 1688; artist, Jean Barbot; copyright, estate of Jean Barbot
Gentleman's Magazine, p.273: June 1750; author, unknown; out of copyright
York Art Gallery, Portrait of Lady Charlotte Fitzroy with her Indian Page: c.1674; artist, Sir Peter Lely; courtesy of York Museums Trust (York Art Gallery)
National Maritime Museum, BHC1873: c.1660; artist, unknown; © National Maritime Museum, London
See http://www.nmm.ac.uk/
PROB 10/3372: 8 April 1797; author, Gustavus Vassa; copyright, estate of Gustavus Vassa


EARLY TIMES

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National Maritime Museum, BHC1873: c.1660; artist, unknown; © National Maritime Museum, London
See http://www.nmm.ac.uk/
The College of Arms, The Westminster Tournament Roll: 1511; artist, unknown; by permission of The College of Arms, London

Black Moors in Scotland
Accounts of the Lord High Treasurer of Scotland, vol.3, p.101: 1505; author, unknown; published, HM General Register House: Edinburgh (1901), editor, Sir James Balfour Paul; out of copyright
Accounts of the Lord High Treasurer of Scotland, vol.3, p.182: 1505/6; author, unknown; published, HM General Register House: Edinburgh (1901), editor, Sir James Balfour Paul; out of copyright

Black Settlers in Tudor Times
HCA 13/93 ff.203-4: 8 Feb 1547/8; author, Jacques Francis; copyright, estate of Jacques Francis
HCA 13/93 ff.275v-6: 28 May 1548; author, Anthony de Nicholao Rimero; copyright, estate of Anthony de Nicholao Rimero
York City Archives, Chamberlains' Book CB 27 1687 f.16: 1 Oct 1687; author, unknown; by courtesy of York City Archives
York City Archives, House Book B38 p.240: 29 Sept 1687; author, unknown; by courtesy of York City Archives

John Blanke, Black Trumpeter
The College of Arms, The Westminster Tournament Roll: 1511; artist, unknown; by permission of The College of Arms, London
E 36/214 f.109: 7 Dec 1507; author, unknown; Crown copyright

Adventurers and Slavers
CO 700/Africa0: ?1626; engraver, Abraham Goos, adapted, John Speed; out of copyright
SP 12/53 f.52: July 1569; author, unknown; Crown copyright
SP 12/44 f.16: 16 Sept 1567; author, Sir John Hawkins; copyright, estate of Sir John Hawkins
The College of Arms, shield and crest of Sir John Hawkins: c.1568; artist, unknown; by permission of The College of Arms, London

Elizabeth I
SC 13/N3: 1586-1603; artist, unknown; out of copyright; not to be reproduced without permission of The National Archives Image Library
PC 2/21 p.304: 11 July 1596; author, unknown; Crown copyright
PC 2/21 p..306: 18 July 1596; author, unknown; Crown copyright
Tudor Royal Proclamations, vol.3, pp.221-2: c. Jan 1601; author, unknown; published, Yale University Press: New Haven & London (1969), editors, Paul L. Hughes & James F. Larkin


AFRICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

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CO 700/America North and South5: c.1710; engraver, John Thornton; out of copyright

West Africa before the Europeans
Map of West Africa in 1600: 2003; designer, Anya Langmead and Maps in Minutes; copyright, Maps in Minutes and Crown copyright
The British Museum, brass plaque showing the Oba of Benin with attendants: 16th century; artist, unknown; © The British Museum
See http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk
The British Museum, ivory mask: probably 16th century; artist, unknown; © The British Museum
See http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk

Africa and the Atlantic Slave Trade
ADM 7/830A f.96: 1681; artist, Jean Barbot; copyright, estate of Jean Barbot
MPG 1/221: c.1663-81; artist, unknown; out of copyright
National Maritime Museum, ZBA2507: 1788-1812; mezzotint by John Raphael Smith; © National Maritime Museum, London
See http://www.nmm.ac.uk/
T 70/1445 ff.19v-20: 1 Jan 1703/4;author, unknown
MPG 1/228: Jan 1756; artist, Justly Watson; Crown copyright
BT 6/1: April 1771; authors, David Mill and George Young; copyright, estates of David Mill and George Young

Britain and the Trade
CO 268/1 ff.8, 9v-10: 27 Sept 1672; author, unknown
CO 268/1 ff.5-6: 1672; author, unknown
BT 6/1: April 1771; author, unknown
T 70/1464 f.6: 14 Dec 1714; author, unknown
Map of the Triangular Trade: 2003; designer, Anya Langmead and Maps in Minutes; copyright, Maps in Minutes and Crown copyright

The Caribbean and the Trade
CO 700/West Indies21 f.1: 1780; cartographer, Thomas Jeffreys; artist, unknown; out of copyright
CO 700/Antigua2: c.1739; cartographer, Herman Moll; out of copyright
CO 268/1 f.30: Oct 1676; authors, Andrew King and Gabriel Roberts; copyright, estates of Andrew King and Gabriel Roberts
BT 6/10 pp.40-1: 1 April 1788; author, Stephen Fuller; Crown copyright
Gentleman's Magazine, p.487: Oct 1764; author, unknown; out of copyright

The Caribbean and Resistance
CO 137/61 f.76: 13 Feb 1762; author, unknown; out of copyright
CO 137/181 f.114: 2 Jan 1832; author, Willoughby Cotton; out of copyright
FO 705/108 pp.53-4: late 18th century; author, unknown; copyright, unknown
FO 705/108 pp.66-7: late 18th century; author, unknown; copyright, unknown


INDIA

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The British Library, Add. Or.3853: 1650; artist, unknown; by permission of The British Library

India before the Europeans
Map of India in the 18th century: 2003; designer, Anya Langmead and Maps in Minutes; copyright, Maps in Minutes and Crown copyright
The British Museum, steatite seals from the Indus valley: c.2600-1900BC; author, unknown; © The British Museum
See http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk
The British Library, Add. Or.3853: c.1650; artist, unknown; by permission of The British Library

India and the British
National Maritime Museum, PAH2685: c.1750; artist, John Bowles; engraver, Edward Kirkall; © National Maritime Museum, London
See http://www.nmm.ac.uk/
CO 77/26 ff.104-5: 21 May 1789; author, Thomas Morton; copyright, estate of Thomas Morton
CO 77/58 ff.26v-27: 12 May 1796; author, H.M. King George III; Crown copyright
CO 77/25 f.74: 12 Nov 1787, 23 June 1788; author, unknown; Crown copyright
C 106/171 no.68: c.1700-1719; author, John Scattergood; copyright, estate of John Scattergood
Victoria & Albert Museum, E.572-1926 (CIS): 1800; designer, John Lee, after a painting by Sir Robert Ker Porter; © V&A Images
The British Library, Add. Or.741: c.1843-58; artist, unknown; by permission of The British Library

Forced Labour
ZPER 34/1, pp.193-4: 6 Aug 1842; Illustrated London News; artist, unknown; author, unknown; out of copyright.
CO 318/160: 2 Nov 1843; author, unknown; copyright, unknown
CO 318/160: 2 Nov 1843; author, unknown; copyright, unknown
CO 318/165 ff.457-8: 16 Nov 1844; out of copyright
CO 318/165 ff.152, 154: 1844, author, unknown; out of copyright
CO 318/165 f.121: 1846; author, unknown; copyright, unknown


WORK AND COMMUNITY

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The British Library, T12646 Opp. p.19: c.1826; artist, unknown; by permission of The British Library

Relationships and Religion
T 1/643 p.139: 16 Feb 1787; author, unknown; copyright, unknown
Guildhall Library, 18050: 1738; artist, William Hogarth; engraver, W.H. Worthington; by courtesy of Guildhall Library, Corporation of London
See http://collage.cityoflondon.gov.uk
Gentleman's Magazine, p.145: March 1765; author, unknown; out of copyright
The British Library, Burney 5276b: 16-18 Feb 1764; author, unknown; by permission of The British Library

Servants, Ayahs and Alternative Employment
Victoria & Albert Museum, F.118:129: 1746; artist, William Hogarth; © V&A Images
PROB 1/19: 18 Dec 1784; author, Dr. Samuel Johnson; copyright, estate of Dr. Samuel Johnson
Gentleman's Magazine, p.493: Oct 1764; author, unknown; out of copyright
PROB 11/325 q.144: 1667; author, Sir William Batten; copyright, estate of Sir William Batten

Fighting for the Empire
The Wellington Museum, Apsley House, 1469-1948: 1822; artist, Sir David Wilkie; © V&A Images
CO 77/26 ff.10-11: March 1791; author, Archibald Campbell; copyright, estate of Archibald Campbell
CO 318/3 ff.418-9: Jan 1779; author, J.D.; copyright, unknown
WO 12/10341: 30 Sept 1809; author, Edward Lloyd; Crown copyright
WO 97/12/66: 16 Feb 1819; Crown copyright
The British Library, Add.27254 f.4a: c.1832; artist, unknown; by permission of The British Library
WO 97/581/52: 29 July 1837; Crown copyright

On the High Seas
National Maritime Museum, BHC1159: early-mid 19th century; artist, Andrew Morton; © National Maritime Museum, London, out of copyright
See http://www.nmm.ac.uk/
Annual Register 1815, Chronicle, p.64: Sept 1815; author, unknown; out of copyright
ADM 37/5039: 1815; author, unknown; Crown copyright
National Maritime Museum, MKH/136: 28 Dec 1812; author, Jamsetjee Bomonjee Lowjee; © National Maritime Museum, London
See http://www.nmm.ac.uk/
ZPER 34/14, p.12: 6 Jan 1849; Illustrated London News; daguerreotype, A.J. Roussac; author, unknown; out of copyright

The Black Poor
T 1/638 ff.240, 245, 247: 1786; author, unknown; copyright, unknown
T 1/634 no.2012: 4 Aug 1786; author, unknown; copyright, unknown
T 1/634 no.1903 f.86: 26 July 1786; author, unknown; copyright, unknown
T 1/638 no.249: 6 Oct 1786; author, Joseph Irwin; copyright, estate of Joseph Irwin
T 1/643 no.681 f.87: 21 March 1787; author, Thomas B. Thompson; copyright, estate of Thomas B. Thompson
T 1/643 pp.135-6: 16 Feb 1787; author, unknown; copyright, unknown
T 1/643 pp.137-8: 18 Feb 1787; author, unknown; copyright, unknown

The Wealthy Few
The British Library, T12646 Opp. p.19: c.1826; artist, unknown; by permission of The British Library
PROB 11/1253 q.641: 1794; author, William Wells; copyright, estate of William Wells
C 202/194/8: 3 Feb 1806; author, unknown; out of copyright
C 202/206/1 Part 1: 9 Feb 1818; author, unknown; out of copyright

Black Loyalists
CO 5/1353 Part 2 f.335: 7 Nov 1775; author, John, 4th Earl of Dunmore; out of copyright
AO 12/46 p.245: 15 Dec 1783; author, Jane Gibbes; Crown copyright
AO 12/46 p.248: 16 Dec 1783; author, Jane Gibbes; Crown copyright
AO 12/46 p.151: 4 Dec 1783; author, Zacharias Gibbes; Crown copyright
AO 12/46 p.157: 5 Dec 1783; author, Zacharias Gibbes; copyright, estate of Zacharias Gibbes
AO 12/102 f.26: 2 Dec 1786; author, unknown; Crown copyright
AO 12/101 f.288: 23 Dec 1785; author, unknown; Crown copyright
AO 12/99 f.83: 3 Sept 1783; author, unknown; Crown copyright
AO 12/99 f.29: 3 Sept 1783; author, unknown; Crown copyright
AO 12/99 f.361: 1 Sept 1783; author, unknown; Crown copyright


RIGHTS

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Guildhall Library, 4915: 1781; engraver, H. Roberts; by courtesy of Guildhall Library, Corporation of London
See http://collage.cityoflondon.gov.uk

Abolition of the Slave Trade
Anti-Slavery International, banner, Am I not a woman and a sister?: c.1836-8; artist, unknown; by courtesy of Anti-Slavery International
See http://www.antislavery.org
Olaudah Equiano, The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa, the African. Written by Himself: 1789; author, Gustavus Vassa; published, J. Nicholson & Cole: Halifax (1814), pp.63-6, 69-70; out of copyright
BT 6/10 pp.642-4: 11 June 1788; author, Thomas Clarkson; copyright, estate of Thomas Clarkson
CO 167/44 no.8: 7 March 1818; author, David Woods; copyright, estate of David Woods

Emancipation
CO 137/222: Sept 1836; author, unknown; out of copyright
CO 318/160 no.1502: 9 Aug 1843; author, unknown; copyright, unknown

Slave or Free?
Middlesex County Records. Calendar of the Session Books 1689 to 1709, p.6: Feb 1690; published, Sir Richard Nicholson, Guildhall, Clerk to the Middlesex Standing Joint Committee: London (1905), author, W.J. Hardy, out of copyright.
Howell's State Trials, vol.20, cols.1-4, 79-82: 1772; published, T.B. Howell (comp.), T.C. Hansard: London (1816); out of copyright

The Gordon Riots
Guildhall Library, 4915: 1781; engraver, H. Roberts; by courtesy of Guildhall Library, Corporation of London
See http://collage.cityoflondon.gov.uk
WO 34/103 f.100: 7 June 1780; out of copyright
SP 44/95 p.1: 19 July 1780; author, Hillsborough; Crown copyright
SP 44/95 p.115: 30 April 1781; author, Hillsborough; Crown copyright

The Cato Street Conspiracy
Guildhall Library, 23638: 28 Feb 1820; engraver, W.H. Harriott; by courtesy of Guildhall Library, Corporation of London
See http://collage.cityoflondon.gov.uk
Howell's State Trials, vol.33, cols.1549-51: 1820; published, Thomas Jones Howell (ed.), London (1826); out of copyright
TS 11/205 no.876/38: c.1820; author, John Davey; copyright, estate of John Davey
TS 11/205 no.876/46a: c.1820; author, John Firth; copyright, estate of John Firth
HO 26/26 f.46: April 1820; author, unknown; Crown copyright

Chartists
Reynolds's Political Instructor: 13 April 1850; artist, unknown; author, G.W.M. Reynolds; out of copyright
CRIM 10/28, pp.792, 822, 852: 25 Sept – 2 Oct 1848; author, unknown; out of copyright
Reports of State Trials, new series, vol.7, cols.467-8, 478, 480-2: Sept 1848; author, unknown; published, John E.P. Wallis (ed.), HMSO: London (1896); out of copyright


CULTURE

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Victoria & Albert Museum, W.70I-1916 (CIS): 1770s; designer, unknown; © V&A Images

Music
ZPER 34/13, p.77: 5 Aug 1848; Illustrated London News; artist, unknown; out of copyright.
The Royal Cornwall Museum, A Musical Club, 1808: 8 Nov 1808; artist, unknown; by courtesy of The Royal Cornwall Museum
Victoria & Albert Museum, E.1070-1921 (CIS): 1804-1837; artist, unknown; © V&A Images

The Theatre
National Portrait Gallery, D17895: c.1850; engraver, J. Hollis, after William Paine; by courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London
See http://www.npg.org.uk
The Times, 11 April 1833: author, unknown; out of copyright
ZPER 34/12, p.218: 1 April 1848; Illustrated London News, author, unknown; artist, Baugniet; out of copyright.

Literature
National Portrait Gallery, D8546: March 1789, artist, William Denton; engraver, Daniel Orme; by courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London
See http://www.npg.org.uk
TS 24/12, no.2: 28 May 1792; author, Gustavus Vassa; copyright, estate of Gustavus Vassa
National Portrait Gallery, D3581: 1802; artist, Thomas Gainsborough; engraver, Francesco Bartolozzi; by courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London
See http://www.npg.org.uk
Letter to Phillis Wheatley's publisher: 14 Nov 1772; author, John Wheatley; published in The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa, the African. Written by Himself, J. Nicholson & Cole: Halifax (1814), author, Gustavus Vassa; out of copyright
Phillis Wheatley, On being brought from Africa to America: 1773; author, Phillis Wheatley; published in The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa, the African. Written by Himself, J. Nicholson & Cole: Halifax (1814), author, Gustavus Vassa; out of copyright

Influencing Britain
Victoria & Albert Museum, E.331-1967: 19th century; artists, Hoare & Reeves; © V&A Images
National Maritime Museum, TXT0284: c.1805; designer, unknown; © National Maritime Museum, London
See http://www.nmm.ac.uk/
Victoria & Albert Museum, W.70I-1916 (CIS): 1770s; designer, unknown; © V&A Images
Victoria & Albert Museum, 5443 (IS) (CIS): about 1850; designer, unknown; © V&A Images
Victoria & Albert Museum, T.111-1977 (CIS): probably 1851-5; designer, unknown; © V&A Images
CO 77/25, ff.135-6: 31 Jan 1783; authors, Henry Fletcher and Nathaniel Smith; copyright, estates of Henry Fletcher and Nathaniel Smith

Representing 'Blackness'
Victoria & Albert Museum, 12851.11: 18th century, artist, unknown; © V&A Images
C 107/121: 18th century; artist, unknown; copyright, unknown
TS 11/115, no.326: c.1820; artist, Robert Cruikshank; out of copyright

'Curiosities' and Exhibits
National Portrait Gallery, D8254, 11 Nov 1809: artist, Daniel Orme; engraver, P.R. Cooper; by courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London
See http://www.npg.org.uk
KB 1/38/4, f.117: 17 Oct 1810; authors, Zachary Macaulay, Thomas Gisborne Babington and Peter van Wageninge; copyright, estates of Zachary Macaulay, Thomas Gisborne Babington and Peter van Wageninge
KB 1/36/4, f.117: 27 Nov 1810; authors, Samuel Jolly and John George Moojen; copyright, estates of Samuel Jolly and John George Moojen

INTERACTIVE LEARNING JOURNEYS

Home page

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WO 78/5781 Part 2 no.7: March 1743; artist, John Rocque; engraver, John Pine; out of copyright

A VIRTUAL TOUR OF BLACK AND ASIAN PRESENCE IN LONDON, BRISTOL AND LIVERPOOL

LONDON

Introductory page (Flash only)

All photographs on this page: 2003; photographers, John Siblon and Anya Langmead; Crown copyright
National Portrait Gallery, D3581: 1802; artist, Thomas Gainsborough; engraver, Francesco Bartolozzi; by courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London
See http://www.npg.org.uk
National Portrait Gallery, D8546: March 1789; artist, William Denton; engraver, Daniel Orme; by courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London
See http://www.npg.org.uk
Walker Art Gallery, The Death of Nelson: 1859-64; artist, Daniel Maclise; courtesy of National Museums Liverpool (The Walker)
See http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk

The Tour

Map of London: 2003; designer, Anya Langmead; Crown copyright

Marylebone
Westminster City Archive, Ashbridge 720 Yor Acc 1153: c.1790; artist, T.H. Sheperd; courtesy of Westminster City Archive
T 1/632 ff.105v-106v: 7 June 1786; author, unknown; copyright, unknown
Photograph of Hindoostanee Coffee House: 2003; photographer, Anya Langmead; Crown copyright
National Portrait Gallery, D8546: March 1789; artist, William Denton; engraver, Daniel Orme; by courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London
See http://www.npg.org.uk
Photograph of plaque, 73 Riding House Street: 2003; photographer, Anya Langmead; Crown copyright

Westminster
Photograph of Nelson’s Column: 2003; photographer, Anya Langmead; Crown copyright
ADM 36/15900 ff.98v-99: Sept – Oct 1805; author, unknown; Crown copyright
Photograph of St. Martin-in-the-Fields: 2003; photographer, Anya Langmead; Crown copyright
Westminster City Archive, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, vol.1: 27 Sept 1571; author, unknown; courtesy of Westminster City Archive and the Parochial Church Council of St. Martin-in-the-Fields
Photograph of the Houses of Parliament: 2003; photographer, Anya Langmead; Crown copyright
Photograph of Westminster Abbey: 2003; photographer, Anya Langmead; Crown copyright
Photograph of the tomb of Granville Sharpe: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Photograph of the gravestone of Thomas Clarkson: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Photograph of the tomb of William Wilberforce: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Photograph of Broadway: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
National Portrait Gallery, D3581: 1802; artist, Thomas Gainsborough; engraver, Francesco Bartolozzi; by courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London
See http://www.npg.org.uk

Holborn
Photograph of Dr. Johnson’s House: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Dr. Johnson’s House Museum, Portrait of Francis Barber: late 18th century; artist, James Northcote (attrib.); courtesy of Dr. Johnson’s House Trust
PROB 1/19: 8 Dec 1784; author, Dr. Samuel Johnson; copyright, the estate of Dr. Samuel Johnson

City of London
National Portrait Gallery, D5355: 1808; artist, John Russell; engraver, Joseph Collyer the Younger; by courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London
See http://www.npg.org.uk
Photograph of the tomb of John Newton: 2003; photographer, Anya Langmead; Crown copyright
Photograph of Jamaica Coffee House: 2003; photographer, Anya Langmead; Crown copyright
Photograph of South Sea House: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
T 52/26 p.196: c.2 Sept 1714; Crown copyright
Photograph of East India House: 2003; photographer, Anya Langmead; Crown copyright
Photograph of Africa House: 2003; photographer, Anya Langmead; Crown copyright
T 70/942 f.17v: 30 April 1685/6; author, unknown; copyright, unknown

Greenwich
Photograph of Woodlands House: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Greenwich Heritage Centre, engraving of Woodlands House, Kent: May 1795; artist, Corbold; engraver, Walker; courtesy of Greenwich Heritage Centre
Photograph of Manor House: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Lewisham Local Studies Centre, Lee, Kent: The Manor House, Property of Sir Thomas Baring, Bart.: 1834; artist, Anthony Vandyke Copley Fielding; courtesy of Lewisham Local Studies Centre

BRISTOL

Introductory page (Flash only)

All photographs on this page: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright

The Tour

Map of Bristol: 2003; designer, Anya Langmead; Crown copyright
Photograph of the Wills Memorial Building: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Photograph of Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Photograph of sugar house, Lewin’s Mead: 2001; photographer, Bryan Mawer; © Bryan Mawer
See http://www.mawer.clara.net/intro.html
Photograph of 56 Corn Street: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Photograph of Corn Exchange: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Photograph of Old Bank building, Corn Street: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Photograph of Merchant Venturers’ Almshouses: 2002; photographer, unknown; © Bristol City Council
See http://www.bristol-city.gov.uk
Photograph of Queen Square: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Photograph of Woodes Rogers plaque, Queen Street: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Photograph of statue of Edward Colston: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Photograph of Guinea Street signage: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Photograph of Pero’s Bridge: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
University of Bristol, Pinney Letter Book 3: March 1770; author, anon; reproduced with the permission of the Director of Information Services, University of Bristol and the Pinney Family
University of Bristol, Pinney Account Book 27, p.4: 1 July 1783; author, anon; reproduced with the permission of the Director of Information Services, University of Bristol and the Pinney Family
University of Bristol, Pinney Letter Book 14, p.74: 23 May 1798; author, John Pinney; reproduced with the permission of the Director of Information Services, University of Bristol and the Pinney Family
Photographs of 7 Great George Street: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright

LIVERPOOL

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All photographs on this page: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Walker Art Gallery, The Death of Nelson: 1859-64; artist, Daniel Maclise; courtesy of National Museums Liverpool (The Walker)
See http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk


The Tour

Map of Liverpool: 2003; designer, Anya Langmead; Crown copyright
Photograph of the Goree Street signage: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Photograph of Martin’s Bank buildings: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Photograph of Liverpool Town Hall: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Walker Art Gallery, The Death of Nelson: 1859-64; artist, Daniel Maclise; courtesy of National Museums Liverpool (The Walker)
See http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk
Photograph of the Roscoe Memorial Gardens: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright
Photograph of Maryland Street signage: 2003; photographer, John Siblon; Crown copyright

AN 18TH CENTURY VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY

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Painting of grotto, Goldney Hall: c.1993; artist, Tony Palmer; courtesy of University of Bristol, Goldney Hall
National Maritime Museum, engraving showing the ceremony of ducking under the tropics: 1768; engraver, James Record; published in Voyages and Travels, author, Edward Cavendish Drake; © National Maritime Museum, London
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Engraving of Robinson Crusoe: 1885; artist, H.L.; published in The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, opp. p.160, Walter Scott: London (1885), author, Daniel De Foe; out of copyright
The British Library, 649.c.2 Div.4, Plate 1, Negres a fond de calle: 1835; artist, unknown; by permission of The British Library
R.J. Cookson, photograph of iron bridge, Coalbrookdale: c.1976; © Raymond J. Cookson

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Map of the world: 2003; designer, Anya Langmead; Crown copyright

The voyage of Woodes Rogers

C 104/36 Part 2: 19 June 1711; authors, Robert Andrews, John Batchelor, Lewis Casamajor, Thomas Clements, Humphrey Corsley, John Corsley, John Duckinfeild, Philipp Freke, Thomas Goldney II, John Grants, Edward Hackett, John Hawkins, James Hollidge, Lawrence or Lewis Hollister, Abraham Hooke, Francis Rogers, John Romsey, Christopher Shuter and John Yeamans junior; copyright, estates of Robert Andrews, John Batchelor, Lewis Casamajor, Thomas Clements, Humphrey Corsley, John Corsley, John Duckinfeild, Philipp Freke, Thomas Goldney II, John Grants, Edward Hackett, John Hawkins, James Hollidge, Lawrence or Lewis Hollister, Abraham Hooke, Francis Rogers, John Romsey, Christopher Shuter and John Yeamans junior
HCA 26/13 f.76: 22 April 1708; author, John Jelfe; copyright, estate of John Jelfe: 22 and 28 April 1708; author, anon.; Crown copyright
National Maritime Museum, engraving showing the ceremony of ducking under the tropics: 1768; engraver, James Record; published in Voyages and Travels, author, Edward Cavendish Drake; © National Maritime Museum, London
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National Maritime Museum, Captain Rogers’s People stripping some Ladies of their Jewels in the neighbourhood of Guiaquil: 1765; published in A new universal collection of authentic and entertaining Voyages and Travels, author, Edward Cavendish Drake; ©National Maritime Museum, London
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The story of Alexander Selkirk

Engraving of Robinson Crusoe and Friday: 1885; artist, H.L.; published in The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, opp. p.160, Walter Scott: London (1885), author, Daniel De Foe; out of copyright
HCA 26/18 f.62: 11 Jan 1702; author, Charles Pickering; copyright, estate of Charles Pickering: author, anon; Crown copyright
HCA 26/17 f.170: 13 Oct 1702; author, William Dampier; copyright, estate of William Dampier; author, anon; Crown copyright
Engraving of Robinson Crusoe building a boat: 1885; artist, H.L.; published in The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, opp. p.88, Walter Scott: London (1885), author, Daniel De Foe; out of copyright
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C 24/1321 Part 1: 18 July 1712; author, Alexander Selkirk; copyright, estate of Alexander Selkirk

The voyages of the Duke and Dutchess

The British Library, 649.c.2 Div.4, Plate 1, Negres a fond de calle: 1835; artist, anon; by permission of The British Library
The British Library, 649.c.2 Div.4, Plate 1, Negres a fond de calle: 1835; artist, anon; by permission of The British Library
C 104/36 Part 2: 19 June 1711; authors, Robert Andrews, John Batchelor, Lewis Casamajor, Thomas Clements, Humphrey Corsley, John Corsley, John Duckinfeild, Philipp Freke, Thomas Goldney II, John Grants, Edward Hackett, John Hawkins, James Hollidge, Lawrence or Lewis Hollister, Abraham Hooke, Francis Rogers, John Romsey, Christopher Shuter and John Yeamans junior; copyright, estates of Robert Andrews, John Batchelor, Lewis Casamajor, Thomas Clements, Humphrey Corsley, John Corsley, John Duckinfeild, Philipp Freke, Thomas Goldney II, John Grants, Edward Hackett, John Hawkins, James Hollidge, Lawrence or Lewis Hollister, Abraham Hooke, Francis Rogers, John Romsey, Christopher Shuter and John Yeamans junior
C 104/160: c.1709; author, anon; copyright, anon
C 104/160: 28 July 1709; author, anon; copyright, anon
C 104/160: 15 April 1709; author, anon; copyright, anon
C 104/36 Part 1: 1 April 1713; author, anon; copyright, anon
C 104/37 Part 2 Lib A p.111: 1714; author, anon; copyright, anon
C 104/37 Part 2 Lib A p.112: 12 June 1714; author, anon; copyright, anon

Thomas Goldney and Goldney Hall

University of Bristol, DM 1911/3/1 Bundle 3: 20 April 1694; authors, Richard Bacon, Rowland Baugh, Joseph Fincher, Thomas Goldney II and Humphrey Hancock; copyright, estates of Richard Bacon, Rowland Baugh, Joseph Fincher, Thomas Goldney II and Humphrey Hancock; reproduced with the permission of the Director of Information Services, University of Bristol
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University of Bristol, DM 1911/3/1 Bundle 3: 16 June 1705; authors, Rowland Baugh, James Baskervile, Isaac Dymer, Thomas Goldney II, Edward Hackett, Thomas Torrnt and James Wallis; copyright, estates of Rowland Baugh, James Baskervile, Isaac Dymer, Thomas Goldney II, Edward Hackett, Thomas Torrnt and James Wallis; reproduced with the permission of the Director of Information Services, University of Bristol
University of Bristol, DM 1466/9: 21 Feb 1708; author, Thomas Goldney II; copyright, estate of Thomas Goldney II; reproduced with the permission of the Director of Information Services, University of Bristol
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Wiltshire and Swindon Record Office 473/156: 20 June 1717; authors, Mary Darby and Joshua Sergeant; copyright, estates of Mary Darby and Joshua Sergeant; courtesy of Wiltshire and Swindon Record Office
Wiltshire and Swindon Record Office 473/156: 20 March 1717/18; authors, Thomas Goldney II and Thomas Goldney III; copyright, Thomas Goldney II and Thomas Goldney III; courtesy of Wiltshire and Swindon Record Office
PROB 11/648 q.304: 1731; author, Thomas Goldney II; copyright, estate of Thomas Goldney II
Photographs of Goldney Hall and grounds: c.2000; photographer, Hannah Ryall; courtesy of University of Bristol, Goldney Hall

The iron bridge

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HCA 26/13 f.76: 22 April 1708; author, John Jelfe; copyright, estate of John Jelfe: 22 and 28 April 1708; author, anon.; Crown copyright
HCA 26/13 f.76: 22 April 1708; author, John Jelfe; copyright, estate of John Jelfe: 22 and 28 April 1708; author, anon.; Crown copyright
University of Bristol, DM 1466/9: 11 Feb 1708; author, Thomas Goldney II; copyright, estate of Thomas Goldney II; reproduced with the permission of the Director of Information Services, University of Bristol
University of Bristol, DM 1466/9: 13 Dec 1708; author, Thomas Goldney II; copyright, estate of Thomas Goldney II; reproduced with the permission of the Director of Information Services, University of Bristol
University of Bristol, DM 1466/9: 28 April 1709; author, Thomas Goldney II; copyright, estate of Thomas Goldney II; reproduced with the permission of the Director of Information Services, University of Bristol
C 104/36 Part 2: 19 June 1711; authors, Robert Andrews, John Batchelor, Lewis Casamajor, Thomas Clements, Humphrey Corsley, John Corsley, John Duckinfeild, Philipp Freke, Thomas Goldney II, John Grants, Edward Hackett, John Hawkins, James Hollidge, Lawrence or Lewis Hollister, Abraham Hooke, Francis Rogers, John Romsey, Christopher Shuter and John Yeamans junior; copyright, estates of Robert Andrews, John Batchelor, Lewis Casamajor, Thomas Clements, Humphrey Corsley, John Corsley, John Duckinfeild, Philipp Freke, Thomas Goldney II, John Grants, Edward Hackett, John Hawkins, James Hollidge, Lawrence or Lewis Hollister, Abraham Hooke, Francis Rogers, John Romsey, Christopher Shuter and John Yeamans junior
HCA 26/17 f.170: 13 Oct 1702; author, William Dampier; copyright, estate of William Dampier; author, anon; Crown copyright
HCA 26/18 f.62: 11 Jan 1702; author, Charles Pickering; copyright, estate of Charles Pickering: author, anon; Crown copyright
HCA 26/13 f.76: 22 April 1708; author, John Jelfe; copyright, estate of John Jelfe: 22 and 28 April 1708; author, anon.; Crown copyright
C 24/1321 Part 1: 18 July 1712; author, Alexander Selkirk; copyright, estate of Alexander Selkirk
National Maritime Museum, Captain Rogers’s People stripping some Ladies of their Jewels in the neighbourhood of Guiaquil: 1765; published in A new universal collection of authentic and entertaining Voyages and Travels, author, Edward Cavendish Drake; © National Maritime Museum, London
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C 104/160: c.1709; author, anon; copyright, anon
C 104/160: 28 July 1709; author, anon; copyright, anon
C 104/160: 15 April 1709; author, anon; copyright, anon
C 104/160: c.1709; author, anon; copyright, anon
C 104/160: 28 July 1709; author, anon; copyright, anon
C 104/160: 15 April 1709; author, anon; copyright, anon
C 104/36 Part 1: 1 April 1713; author, anon; copyright, anon
C 104/36 Part 1: 1 April 1713; author, anon; copyright, anon
C 104/36 Part 2: 19 June 1711; authors, Robert Andrews, John Batchelor, Lewis Casamajor, Thomas Clements, Humphrey Corsley, John Corsley, John Duckinfeild, Philipp Freke, Thomas Goldney II, John Grants, Edward Hackett, John Hawkins, James Hollidge, Lawrence or Lewis Hollister, Abraham Hooke, Francis Rogers, John Romsey, Christopher Shuter and John Yeamans junior; copyright, estates of Robert Andrews, John Batchelor, Lewis Casamajor, Thomas Clements, Humphrey Corsley, John Corsley, John Duckinfeild, Philipp Freke, Thomas Goldney II, John Grants, Edward Hackett, John Hawkins, James Hollidge, Lawrence or Lewis Hollister, Abraham Hooke, Francis Rogers, John Romsey, Christopher Shuter and John Yeamans junior
C 104/36 Part 2: 19 June 1711; authors, Robert Andrews, John Batchelor, Lewis Casamajor, Thomas Clements, Humphrey Corsley, John Corsley, John Duckinfeild, Philipp Freke, Thomas Goldney II, John Grants, Edward Hackett, John Hawkins, James Hollidge, Lawrence or Lewis Hollister, Abraham Hooke, Francis Rogers, John Romsey, Christopher Shuter and John Yeamans junior; copyright, estates of Robert Andrews, John Batchelor, Lewis Casamajor, Thomas Clements, Humphrey Corsley, John Corsley, John Duckinfeild, Philipp Freke, Thomas Goldney II, John Grants, Edward Hackett, John Hawkins, James Hollidge, Lawrence or Lewis Hollister, Abraham Hooke, Francis Rogers, John Romsey, Christopher Shuter and John Yeamans junior
Wiltshire and Swindon Record Office 473/156: 14 April 1713; authors, Abraham Darby and Thomas Goldney II; copyright, estates of Abraham Darby and Thomas Goldney II; courtesy of Wiltshire and Swindon Record OfficeC 104/36 Part 2: 19 June 1711; authors, Robert Andrews, John Batchelor, Lewis Casamajor, Thomas Clements, Humphrey Corsley, John Corsley, John Duckinfeild, Philipp Freke, Thomas Goldney II, John Grants, Edward Hackett, John Hawkins, James Hollidge, Lawrence or Lewis Hollister, Abraham Hooke, Francis Rogers, John Romsey, Christopher Shuter and John Yeamans junior; copyright, estates of Robert Andrews, John Batchelor, Lewis Casamajor, Thomas Clements, Humphrey Corsley, John Corsley, John Duckinfeild, Philipp Freke, Thomas Goldney II, John Grants, Edward Hackett, John Hawkins, James Hollidge, Lawrence or Lewis Hollister, Abraham Hooke, Francis Rogers, John Romsey, Christopher Shuter and John Yeamans junior
Wiltshire and Swindon Record Office 473/156: 14 April 1713; authors, Abraham Darby and Thomas Goldney II; copyright, estates of Abraham Darby and Thomas Goldney II; courtesy of Wiltshire and Swindon Record Office
C 104/36 Part 2: 19 June 1711; authors, Robert Andrews, John Batchelor, Lewis Casamajor, Thomas Clements, Humphrey Corsley, John Corsley, John Duckinfeild, Philipp Freke, Thomas Goldney II, John Grants, Edward Hackett, John Hawkins, James Hollidge, Lawrence or Lewis Hollister, Abraham Hooke, Francis Rogers, John Romsey, Christopher Shuter and John Yeamans junior; copyright, estates of Robert Andrews, John Batchelor, Lewis Casamajor, Thomas Clements, Humphrey Corsley, John Corsley, John Duckinfeild, Philipp Freke, Thomas Goldney II, John Grants, Edward Hackett, John Hawkins, James Hollidge, Lawrence or Lewis Hollister, Abraham Hooke, Francis Rogers, John Romsey, Christopher Shuter and John Yeamans junior
PROB 11/648: 1731; author, Thomas Goldney II; copyright, estate of Thomas Goldney II
Wiltshire and Swindon Record Office 473/156: 14 April 1713; authors, Abraham Darby and Thomas Goldney II; copyright, estates of Abraham Darby and Thomas Goldney II; courtesy of Wiltshire and Swindon Record Office
C 104/36 Part 1: 1 April 1713; author, anon; copyright, anon
C 104/37 Part 2 Lib A p.111: 1714; author, anon; copyright, anon
C 104/37 Part 2 Lib A p.112: 12 June 1714; author, anon; copyright, anon



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