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The beaux nurses, or, The modern cramers

An allegorical representation of the nationalistic riot occasioned by a troupe of French comedians in London. This satirical print refers to the controversy and protest surrounding a French theatrical company, nicknamed the ‘French Strollers’, who applied for and were granted a licence to perform at the Haymarket in the winter of 1749.

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Valiant’s HARBINGER RENEGADE Promotional Items!!

They’re inside your towns… Inside your schools… Inside you minds…And now they’re coming to a local comic shop near you!

Valiant is proud to unveil a staggering amount of free promotional items coming to comic shops everywhere for…

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From Bergen to Charlottetown to Rio - Britannia Didn't Rule the Waves

Last year on this site I told the story of the Margaret, a Canadian patrol ship that was a frequent visitor to Charlottetown, and how she ended up as part of the Brazilian Navy.  1,291 more words


Britannia: Session 6

The party wakes following a night of dealing with giants and continues on their way to the shrine. They arrive and meet with both the high priestess and her apprentice. 677 more words


Two weeks on Britannia and I'm done with cruising  

My partner and I recently returned from a two week cruise on the MV Britannia, the largest and most recent addition to the P&O fleet. Our trip took us to the Mediterranean and we enjoyed good weather and calm seas throughout. 1,183 more words


24 May 1900

During the late nineteenth century, electricity was the big new invention that was transforming peoples’ lives. Within a short span of years, electric lights replaced gas lamps in homes, in businesses and on city streets in the major cities of North America. 2,187 more words

Episode 48: Revolutions Aren't What They Used to Be

After missing a week due to scheduling conflicts, Chad and Patrick are back with a TON of new books to talk about, starting with Revolution… 101 more words