‘1811’ historical pictures (exact matches)

Massacre of the Memlooks, Egypt, 1811
Massacre of the Memlooks, Egypt, 1811
Franz Liszt
Franz Liszt
Mariano Moreno
Mariano Moreno
The public exhibition of the body of John Williams
The public exhibition of the body of John Williams
Bartholomew Fair, London
Bartholomew Fair, London
Mercer's Hall, Cheapside, London
Mercer's Hall, Cheapside, London
Yevdokiya Rostopchina, Russian poet
Yevdokiya Rostopchina, Russian poet
North East View of an old house lately standing in Sweedon's Passage, Grub Street
North East View of an old house lately standing in Sweedon's Passage, Grub Street
Franz Liszt, Austrian composer and musician
Franz Liszt, Austrian composer and musician
John Quincy Adams
John Quincy Adams
Pidgeon hole. A Convent Garden contrivance to coop up the gods
Pidgeon hole. A Convent Garden contrivance to coop up the gods
Samuel Alleyne Otis
Samuel Alleyne Otis
The Jolly Flatboatmen
The Jolly Flatboatmen
Le Perruquier Patriote
Le Perruquier Patriote
Robert Burns
Robert Burns
Caricature of Théophile Gautier (writer, poet)
Caricature of Théophile Gautier (writer, poet)
The treatment of wounded soldiers in a ward of a hospital
The treatment of wounded soldiers in a ward of a hospital
A French Dentist Shewing a Specimen of his Artificial Teeth and False Palates
A French Dentist Shewing a Specimen of his Artificial Teeth and False Palates
Señora Sabasa Garcia
Señora Sabasa Garcia
The abolition of the slave trade Or the inhumanity of dealers in human flesh exemplified in Captn
The abolition of the slave trade Or the inhumanity of dealers in human flesh exemplified in Captn
The Binning Children
The Binning Children
Dr Flannel suggests to a fashionable lady that she wear a flannel petticoat to keep her legs warm
Dr Flannel suggests to a fashionable lady that she wear a flannel petticoat to keep her legs warm
Chang and Eng the Siamese twins, in a games room
Chang and Eng the Siamese twins, in a games room
The burning of the theatre in Richmond, Virginia, on the night of the 26th December 1811
The burning of the theatre in Richmond, Virginia, on the night of the 26th December 1811