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A firefighter gives a kitten oxygen after saving it from a house fire...  http://www.learnhandyhealthandwellnesstips.com

A firefighter gives a kitten oxygen after saving it from a house fire... http://www.learnhandyhealthandwellnesstips.com

Coif found below the floorboards during the demolition of the Plough Inn at Sittingbourne along with the Sittingbourne Stays. Dated to the 1630/40s

Coif found below the floorboards during the demolition of the Plough Inn at Sittingbourne along with the Sittingbourne Stays. Dated to the 1630/40s

clothing damaged by water - Google Search

clothing damaged by water - Google Search

Detail from Vignettes of People in a Garden

Detail from Vignettes of People in a Garden

clothing from the wreck of General Carleton are called slops. purchased by the ship's purser or steward for issue and/or sale to the crew. Slops were issued to crew members recruited by force who did not have suitable clothes or when the crew members’ own clothes were damaged. Seamen wore functional garments. the jackets did not have tails, which could easily get entangled during climbing ropes and masts. Wide slits in trouser legs and sleeves made it easier to roll them up.

clothing from the wreck of General Carleton are called slops. purchased by the ship's purser or steward for issue and/or sale to the crew. Slops were issued to crew members recruited by force who did not have suitable clothes or when the crew members’ own clothes were damaged. Seamen wore functional garments. the jackets did not have tails, which could easily get entangled during climbing ropes and masts. Wide slits in trouser legs and sleeves made it easier to roll them up.

These clothes were worn by members of the Sture family when they were gruesomely murdered on the eve of the Holy Trinity on May 24th, 1567. King Erik XIV, in a fit of paranoid mental confusion, together with his henchmen, murdered some of the foremost nobility of the realm.  The jacket on the left, worn by Count Stenson Sture, is made of black silk velvet. The jacket on the right, worn by Nils Sture, is made of leather with distinct stab marks from the muder weapon.

These clothes were worn by members of the Sture family when they were gruesomely murdered on the eve of the Holy Trinity on May 24th, 1567. King Erik XIV, in a fit of paranoid mental confusion, together with his henchmen, murdered some of the foremost nobility of the realm. The jacket on the left, worn by Count Stenson Sture, is made of black silk velvet. The jacket on the right, worn by Nils Sture, is made of leather with distinct stab marks from the muder weapon.

You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you. This pic was taken after a fire that burned through this sweet baby's home. He needed hydrating!

You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you. This pic was taken after a fire that burned through this sweet baby's home. He needed hydrating!

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