Peep into Hanover; or, a faint description of the atrocities committed by the French in that city
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|Broadsides from the Crawford Collection > Peep into Hanover; or, a faint description of the atrocities committed by the French in that city > (1)|
|Description||Around 2,200 items dating from 1505 to 1897. Broadsides were originally cheap, single sheets of text, sometimes with woodcuts. Extremely varied subject matter, including proclamations, news items, scaffold speeches, satires, political and religious controversies, and Jacobite risings. Also military campaigns, such as Napoleon's threatened invasion of England in 1803. Part of the Crawford Collections on deposit from the Balcarres Heritage Trust.|
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