"London Cries & Public Edifices" by John Leighton (1851): "Of dealers in milk there are two classes – the one keeping cows, and the other purchasing it from dairymen in the outskirts and selling it on their own account."
For God & Parliament - Chris Collingwood Torrington's great battle The Devon town of Great Torrington was the site of one of the last major battles of the first English Civil War - its outcome helped to bring about the eventual defeat and execution of King Charles I.
The square blossom design first appeared during the mid 1960s on golden brown 470/480 casseroles named Autumn Floral. The green version was available from the late 1960s to the early 1970s, but exact dates are not known.
The 15th-century crown of Margaret of York - sister of King Richard III and wife of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy.The crown is one of only two English crowns from the medieval regalia to have survived being destroyed by Oliver Cromwell.