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Author:  bullsog [ Thu Nov 08, 2018 4:42 pm ]
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Are there any statues in Ontario?

Author:  ethanaidenies [ Mon Dec 31, 2018 6:42 am ]
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raldis wrote:
Hi Guys, the quest for Nelson statues goes on! Recently visited Berkshire College of Agriculture, originally Hall Place, the seat of Sir George Clayton East.send gifts online sahulatbazar.com/send-gift-to-pakistan/ Being bit of a Nelson fan he commissioned a statue of Lord Nelson (in the 1830s) and had a brick pyramid built beside it. All that remains of Nelson's statue is the base with part of his feet. Most of the pyramid remains. I've searched high and low for an original sketch or print of this statue at Hall Place but to no avail. There must be one as anyone in those days going to the expense of erecting such a monument would have made a record of it. Help!

Ray

Although I live in the US right now,
I will be visiting Berkshire College of Agriculture next month.......

I'm a senior professor and I've got to deliver two lectures there. Because the lectures are 4 days apart, I will have 3 days to spare.....

Also, I've got a couple of highly-placed friend in Maidenhead, Berkshire. I'll try my best to investigate and locate the sketch or print and let you know the results.

Author:  MarkPaige [ Sat Jan 19, 2019 1:19 pm ]
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ethanaidenies wrote:
raldis wrote:
Hi Guys, the quest for Nelson statues goes on! Recently visited Berkshire College of Agriculture, originally Hall Place, the seat of Sir George Clayton East. Being bit of a Nelson fan he commissioned a statue of Lord Nelson (in the 1830s) and had a brick pyramid built beside it. All that remains of Nelson's statue is the base with part of his feet. Most of the pyramid remains. I've searched high and low for an original sketch or print of this statue at Hall Place but to no avail. There must be one alternative to phentermine as anyone in those days going to the expense of erecting such a monument would have made a record of it. Help!

Ray

Although I live in the US right now,
I will be visiting Berkshire College of Agriculture next month.......

I'm a senior professor and I've got to deliver two lectures there. Because the lectures are 4 days apart, I will have 3 days to spare.....

Also, I've got a couple of highly-placed friend in Maidenhead, Berkshire. I'll try my best to investigate and locate the sketch or print and let you know the results.


I'm also a US citizen but study in Berkshire College of Agriculture. We're eagerly waiting for your lectures. And if you may, I can accompany you to Maidenhead, Berkshire and serve you as you guide as I know that area quite well.

Author:  Donna [ Wed Apr 24, 2019 5:00 pm ]
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its really interesting, I didn't know about the one in Barbados.

Author:  LOGAN [ Sat Jul 27, 2019 8:42 am ]
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Author:  Bailey [ Fri Dec 27, 2019 8:24 am ]
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Author:  Shizukos [ Sat Feb 01, 2020 11:55 am ]
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I'm also a US citizen but study in Berkshire College of Agriculture. We're eagerly waiting for https://www.stlcurioshoppe.com/v-tight-gel-review/ your lectures. And if you may, I can accompany you to Maidenhead, Berkshire and serve you as you guide as I know that area quite well.

Author:  primetboosters [ Wed Mar 03, 2021 11:11 am ]
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Glad to be here

Author:  primetboosters [ Wed Mar 03, 2021 11:12 am ]
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Nelson's Column is a monument in Trafalgar Square in the City of Westminster, Central London, built to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson, who died at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. The monument was constructed between 1840 and 1843 to a design by William Railton at a cost of £47,000 (equivalent to £4,648,142 in 2019). It is a column of the Corinthian order[1] built from Dartmoor granite. The statue of Nelson was carved from Craigleith sandstone by sculptor Edward Hodges Baily. The four bronze lions around its base, designed by Sir Edwin Landseer, were added in 186

Author:  walthenry [ Thu Mar 25, 2021 12:46 pm ]
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