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God, and your Majesty, protect mine innocence, c1820. Creator: George Cruikshank Featured HenryVIII Image

God, and your Majesty, protect mine innocence, c1820. Creator: George Cruikshank

God, and your Majesty, protect mine innocence, c1820. Satirical cartoon with a quote from Shakespeare's "King Henry VIII". The Prince Regent (future King George IV) rushes into the Prince's Court with a mistress. The woman on the right is possibly his wife, Queen Caroline. From "The Queen's matrimonial ladder", a political pamphlet with wood engraved illustrations by George Cruikshank, published after the opening of the trial of Queen Caroline (1768-1821, also known as Caroline of Brunswick, consort of King George IV), in August 1820. [William Hone, London]. Included in an album containing portraits and satirical caricatures related to the trial

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Cardinal Wolsey Entering The Abbey of Leicester, 1530, (mid 19th century). Creator Featured HenryVIII Image

Cardinal Wolsey Entering The Abbey of Leicester, 1530, (mid 19th century). Creator

Cardinal Wolsey Entering The Abbey of Leicester, 1530, (mid 19th century). Cardinal Thomas Wolsey (c1475-1530), was an English statesman and a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He was Henry VIII's most important government minister and the most powerful person in England, besides the King, for many years. Over time Wolsey became unpopular with the King and his court and eventually Wolsey was arrested near York in November 1530 and accused of treason. He died on 29th November of the same year at Leicester on his journey south to face trial. [John Tallis & Company, London & New York]

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Chancel and East Window of St. Margarets, Westminster, c1935. Creator: Taylor Featured HenryVIII Image

Chancel and East Window of St. Margarets, Westminster, c1935. Creator: Taylor

Chancel and East Window of St. Margaret's, Westminster, c1935. St Margaret's Church, which stands in the grounds of Westminster Abbey in central London, is dedicated to Margaret of Antioch. It was founded in the twelfth century, and the current building was consecrated in 1523. The east window above the altar, seen here, contains the oldest stained glass in the church and depicts the Crucifixion. Made probably between 1515 and 1526, it commemorates the marriage of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon. From "Wonderful London, Volume 3", edited by Arthur St John Adcock. [The Fleetway House, London, c1935]

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