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Gunpowder Plot 1605

Remember, Remember, the 5th of NovemberCreated by: PICRYLDated: 1605
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Remember, remember,
The Fifth of November,
Gunpowder treason and plot;
For I see no reason
Why Gunpowder Treason
Should ever be forgot.

The Gunpowder Plot was a failed attempt to assassinate King James I of England during the Opening of Parliament in November 1605. The plan was organized by Robert Catesby, who hoped to kill the Protestant King James and establish Catholic rule and stop the persecution of the Roman Catholic Church in England.

The Plot was planned by a group of provincial English Catholics led by Robert Catesby who sought to restore the Catholic monarchy to England after a period of persecution against Catholics under King James who followed Queen Elizabeth (r. 1558 -1603), the last Tudor monarch. Elizabeth's 45-year reign is considered to be a 'golden period' of British history characterized by religious tolerance. Catesby decided on the scheme after hopes of securing greater religious tolerance under King James had faded.

The plan was to blow up the House of Lords during the State Opening of Parliament on 5 November 1605, as the prelude to a popular revolt in the Midlands during which James's nine-year-old daughter, Elizabeth, was to be installed as the Catholic head of state. Catesby and his fellow traitors were John and Christopher Wright, Robert and Thomas Wintour, Thomas Percy, Guy Fawkes, Robert Keyes, Thomas Bates, John Grant, Ambrose Rookwood, Sir Everard Digby, and Francis Tresham. Fawkes, who had 10 years of military experience fighting in the Spanish Netherlands in the failed suppression of the Dutch Revolt, was given charge of the explosives.

The plot was revealed to the authorities in an anonymous letter sent to William Parker, 4th Baron Monteagle, on 26 October 1605. During a search of the House of Lords in the evening on 4 November 1605, "John Johnson" was discovered guarding 36 barrels of gunpowder—enough to reduce the House of Lords to rubble—and arrested. Arrested and tortured, John Johnson revealed that he was from Yorkshire in northern England and that his real name was Guy Fawkes. Most of the conspirators fled from London as they learned that the plot had been discovered, trying to enlist support along the way. Several made a stand against the pursuing Sheriff of Worcester and his men at Holbeche House; in the ensuing battle, Catesby was one of those shot and killed. At their trial on 27 January 1606 eight of the survivors, including Fawkes, were convicted and sentenced to be hanged, drawn, and quartered. Although anti-Catholic legislation was introduced soon after the discovery of the plot, many important and loyal Catholics retained high office during King James I's reign.

Details of the assassination attempt were allegedly known by the principal Jesuit of England, Father Henry Garnet. Although he was convicted of treason and sentenced to death, doubt has been cast on how much he really knew of the plot.

The thwarting of the Gunpowder Plot was commemorated by special sermons and other public events such as the ringing of church bells, which evolved into the British variant of Bonfire Night, Fireworks Night, or Guy Fawkes Night.
It remains the custom in Britain. Traditionally, in the weeks running up to the 5th, children made "guys"—effigies supposedly of Fawkes made from old clothes stuffed with newspaper, and fitted with a grotesque mask, to be burnt on a bonfire. These guys were exhibited in the street to collect money for fireworks, although this custom has become less common.

Mass Culture

The word guy thus came in the 19th century to mean an oddly dressed person, and hence in the 20th and 21st centuries to mean any male person.

The Guy Fawkes mask is a stylized depiction of Guy Fawkes, the best-known member of the Gunpowder Plot, an attempt to blow up the House of Lords in London on 5 November 1605. The use of a mask on an effigy has long roots as part of Guy Fawkes Night celebrations. Illustrator David Lloyd stylized a smiling face with red cheeks, a wide mustache upturned at both ends, and a thin vertical pointed beard; the design came to represent broad protest after it was used as a major plot element in V for Vendetta (1982–1989) and its 2005 film adaptation. After appearing in Web forums it became a well-known symbol for the online hacktivist group Anonymous and other anti-establishment protests around the world. This has led to the popular name Anonymous mask.
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Ontmaskering van het Gunpowder Plot

Ontmaskering van het Gunpowder Plot

Koperen penning. Voorzijde: kronkelende slang temidden van rozen en lelies binnen omschrift. Keerzijde: naam Jehova in Hebreeuws schrift binnen stralende doornenkroon en omschrift

Ontmaskering van het Gunpowder Plot

Ontmaskering van het Gunpowder Plot

Koperen penning. Voorzijde: kronkelende slang temidden van rozen en lelies binnen omschrift. Keerzijde: naam Jehova in Hebreeuws schrift binnen stralende doornenkroon en omschrift

Ontmaskering van het Gunpowder Plot

Ontmaskering van het Gunpowder Plot

Koperen penning. Voorzijde: kronkelende slang temidden van rozen en lelies binnen omschrift. Keerzijde: naam Jehova in Hebreeuws schrift binnen stralende doornenkroon en omschrift

Crispijn van de Passe I - Portret van Thomas Percy

Crispijn van de Passe I - Portret van Thomas Percy

Portret van de Engelse katholiek Thomas Percy die betrokken was bij het buskruitverraad van 1605. Dit was een katholiek plan om het Engelse parlement op te blazen en zodoende ook koning Jacobus I te doden. In d... More

Frans Hogenberg - Portret van Thomas Percy

Frans Hogenberg - Portret van Thomas Percy

Portret van Thomas Percy, 15 november 1605. Portret ten halven lijve naar links, in ovaal, onderaan twee medaillons met scènes van de gevangenneming van hemzelf en van zijn knecht wegens het Buskruitverraad. Hi... More

Ontmaskering van het Gunpowder Plot

Ontmaskering van het Gunpowder Plot

Koperen penning. Voorzijde: kronkelende slang temidden van rozen en lelies binnen omschrift. Keerzijde: naam Jehova in Hebreeuws schrift binnen stralende doornenkroon en omschrift

Spotprent op de dandy op Guy Fawkes Day

Spotprent op de dandy op Guy Fawkes Day

Dandy, lopend in een straat, kijkend door zijn lorgnet. Links een vrouw met grote luifelhoed op zodat haar gezicht niet te zien is. Met tekstballon: La'bless me what a Guy. Rechts een groep kinderen die hem nar... More

Guy Fawkes and Humphrey Chetham rescuing Father Oldcorne and Viviana Radcliffe from the pursuivant

Guy Fawkes and Humphrey Chetham rescuing Father Oldcorne and Viviana R...

Depicting a scene from "Guy Fawkes: An Historical Romance" by W. Harrison Ainsworth, Esq. Guy Fawkes and Humphrey Chetham appearing from a secret room to rescue Father Oldcorne and Viviana Radcliffe from a purs... More

Guy Fawkes and the Conspirators from "Old and New London, etc"

Guy Fawkes and the Conspirators from "Old and New London, etc"

This image has been taken from scan 000093 from volume 02 of "Old and New London, etc". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the British Library's flickr ... More

Guy Fawkes, 19th century

Guy Fawkes, 19th century

John Dillwyn Llewelyn (British, Swansea, Wales 1810–1882 Swansea, Wales)

CORBY from "[The Ruins of Liveden; with historical notices of the family of Tresham and its connexion with the Gunpowder Plot ... To which is added a legendary poem. [With plates.]]"

CORBY from "[The Ruins of Liveden; with historical notices of the fami...

This image has been taken from scan 000006 from "[The Ruins of Liveden; with historical notices of the family of Tresham and its connexion with the Gunpowder Plot ... To which is added a legendary poem. [With p... More

CORBY from "[The Ruins of Liveden; with historical notices of the family of Tresham and its connexion with the Gunpowder Plot ... To which is added a legendary poem. [With plates.]]"

CORBY from "[The Ruins of Liveden; with historical notices of the fami...

This image has been taken from scan 000025 from "[The Ruins of Liveden; with historical notices of the family of Tresham and its connexion with the Gunpowder Plot ... To which is added a legendary poem. [With p... More

CORBY from "[The Ruins of Liveden; with historical notices of the family of Tresham and its connexion with the Gunpowder Plot ... To which is added a legendary poem. [With plates.]]"

CORBY from "[The Ruins of Liveden; with historical notices of the fami...

This image has been taken from scan 000018 from "[The Ruins of Liveden; with historical notices of the family of Tresham and its connexion with the Gunpowder Plot ... To which is added a legendary poem. [With p... More

Guy Fawkes from "[Guy Fawkes; or the Gunpowder treason, etc.]"

Guy Fawkes from "[Guy Fawkes; or the Gunpowder treason, etc.]"

This image has been taken from scan 000092 from "[Guy Fawkes; or the Gunpowder treason, etc.]". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the British Library's... More

Guy Fawkes from "[Guy Fawkes; or the Gunpowder treason, etc.]"

Guy Fawkes from "[Guy Fawkes; or the Gunpowder treason, etc.]"

This image has been taken from scan 000426 from "[Guy Fawkes; or the Gunpowder treason, etc.]". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the British Library's... More

manuscript from "Thomas Winter's Confession and the Gunpowder Plot. [With facsimiles.]"

manuscript from "Thomas Winter's Confession and the Gunpowder Plot. [W...

This image has been taken from scan 000036 from "Thomas Winter's Confession and the Gunpowder Plot. [With facsimiles.]". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users... More

The Fourth of July in New England and the fifth of November in old England

The Fourth of July in New England and the fifth of November in old Eng...

Publisher's advertisements on 6 pages at end. Also available in digital form.

Members of the local community watch as the first volley

Members of the local community watch as the first volley

Members of the local community watch as the first volley of fireworks are shot off during a Bonfire Night celebration Nov. 2, 2013, over the Abbey Gardens in Bury St. Edmunds, England. It is tradition to have a... More

Members of the local community watch the grand finale

Members of the local community watch the grand finale

Members of the local community watch the grand finale of a fireworks display during a Bonfire Night celebration Nov. 2, 2013, over Abbey Gardens in Bury St. Edmunds, England. Bonfire Night is an annual traditio... More

Guy Fawkes Night, Kadina, South Australia - circa 1900

Guy Fawkes Night, Kadina, South Australia - circa 1900

"I originally joined Flickr to dedicate and share on my photostream vintage photographs taken by Henry William Mobsby F.R.G.S., F.R.S.A. (1860-1933) who was my husband's great great uncle... He was an Englishma... More

A True Narrative of the Horrid Hellish Popish-Plot. To the tune of Packington's Pound. The second part (BM 1849,0315.80 1)

A True Narrative of the Horrid Hellish Popish-Plot. To the tune of Pac...

A broadside on the Popish Plot; with an engraving in twelve small scenes mocking the account given by Titus Oates and his associates of the death of Sir Edmund Berry Godfrey. A Catholic priest administers commu... More

A True Narrative of the Horrid Hellish Popish-Plot. To the tune of Packington's Pound. The second part (BM 1849,0315.80)

A True Narrative of the Horrid Hellish Popish-Plot. To the tune of Pac...

A broadside on the Popish Plot; with an engraving in twelve small scenes mocking the account given by Titus Oates and his associates of the death of Sir Edmund Berry Godfrey. A Catholic priest administers commu... More

Arlequin sur l' Hypogryphe à la Croisade Lojoliste (BM 1868,0808.3379 1)

Arlequin sur l' Hypogryphe à la Croisade Lojoliste (BM 1868,0808.3379 ...

A Dutch broadside satirising Louis XIV, James II and the Roman Catholic cause in Europe. At lower right, Cardinal Furstenberg (1) has fallen from the back of a tortoise into the Rhine, leaving his Cardinal's ha... More

Ecclesiastical, and, political state of the nation (BM J,3.109)

Ecclesiastical, and, political state of the nation (BM J,3.109)

George III guides (left to right) a plough which is drawn by a snorting bull; he is blindfolded and wears a crown and the garter ribbon; from his pocket hangs a fragment of "Magna Charta". Lord North rides on t... More

Print, satirical print, broadside (BM 1851,0308.736)

Print, satirical print, broadside (BM 1851,0308.736)

Anti-catholic broadside on the Gunpowder Plot of 1605 and the collapse of a catholic chapel in 1623. In three parts, from left to right: James I in parliament with Guy Fawkes led to the vault beneath by a devil... More

Spayne and Rome defeated (BM 1866,0407.39)

Spayne and Rome defeated (BM 1866,0407.39)

Anti-Spanish satire referring to the Armada and the Gunpowder Plot revived in the context of the War of Jenkins' Ear; a reissue of BM Satires 43, itself based on BM Satires 41 (see those entries for description... More

The Double Deliverance 1588 1605 (BM 1847,0723.11 1)

The Double Deliverance 1588 1605 (BM 1847,0723.11 1)

Anti-catholic satire in three parts below the irradiated name of Jehovah in Hebrew: on the left, the Spanish Armada shown in a horseshoe formation; in the centre, a tent in which the destruction of England is p... More

The Double Deliverance 1588 1605 (BM 1847,0723.11)

The Double Deliverance 1588 1605 (BM 1847,0723.11)

Anti-catholic satire in three parts below the irradiated name of Jehovah in Hebrew: on the left, the Spanish Armada shown in a horseshoe formation; in the centre, a tent in which the destruction of England is p... More

The powder treason ... founded in hell, confounded in heaven (BM 1852,1009.248)

The powder treason ... founded in hell, confounded in heaven (BM 1852,...

Emblematic depiction of the defeat of the Gunpowder Plot in 1605. At the top, is the title (see Inscription), beneath which is the irradiated eye of God. An angel on either side supports a cloth decorated with ... More

Bonfire Night at Lampeter 1983 (1555970)3
Bonfire Night at Lampeter 1983 (1555970)4
Bonfire Night for the children of Woodalls Newspapers staff 1949 (1506591)1

Bonfire Night for the children of Woodalls Newspapers staff 1949 (1506...

Bonfire Night for the children of Woodalls Newspapers staff 1949

Bonfire Night for the children of Woodalls Newspapers staff 1949 (1506591)3

Bonfire Night for the children of Woodalls Newspapers staff 1949 (1506...

Bonfire Night for the children of Woodalls Newspapers staff 1949

Guy Fawkes' Night at Caerphilly 9 Nov 1951 (1508804)

Guy Fawkes' Night at Caerphilly 9 Nov 1951 (1508804)

Guy Fawkes' Night at Caerphilly 9 Nov 1951

Crispijn van de Passe I - Gunpowder Plot conspirators

Crispijn van de Passe I - Gunpowder Plot conspirators

العربية: طبعة مُعاصرة لِمُؤامرة البارود تُصوِّرُ ثمانية أشخاص من أصل ثلاثة عشر شخصًا الذين دبروا المُؤامرة المذكورة. يُحتمل أنَّ الرسَّام الهولندي الذي رسم هذه الصُورة لم يَرَ أيٌّ من المُتآمرين، لكنها أصبحت أش... More

Crispijn van de Passe I - Percy,Thomas(Sir)

Crispijn van de Passe I - Percy,Thomas(Sir)

Portrait of Thomas Percy of the Gunpowder Plot by the Dutch engraver Crispijn van de Passe the Elder, engraving. 152 mm x 105 mm. Courtesy of the British Museum, London.

Robert catesby npg

Robert catesby npg

Robert Catesby

The execution of Guy Fawkes' (Guy Fawkes) by Claes (Nicolaes) Jansz Visscher

The execution of Guy Fawkes' (Guy Fawkes) by Claes (Nicolaes) Jansz Vi...

The execution of Guy Fawkes' (Guy Fawkes), by Claes (Nicolaes) Jansz Visscher, given to the National Portrait Gallery, London in 1916. See source website for additional information. This set of images was gathe... More

The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators, 1605 by Crispijn van de Passe the Elder

The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators, 1605 by Crispijn van de Passe the Eld...

The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators, 1605, by Crispijn van de Passe the Elder (died 1642), given to the National Portrait Gallery, London in 1871. See source website for additional information. This set of images ... More

The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators, 1605 from NPG (2)

The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators, 1605 from NPG (2)

The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators, 1605, by unknown artist, given to the National Portrait Gallery, London in 1916. See source website for additional information. This set of images was gathered by User:Dcoetzee... More

The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators, 1605 from NPG

The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators, 1605 from NPG

The Gunpowder Plot Conspirators, 1605, by unknown artist. See source website for additional information. This set of images was gathered by User:Dcoetzee from the National Portrait Gallery, London website usin... More

Thomas Percy from NPG 1

Thomas Percy from NPG 1

Thomas Percy, etching by an unknown artist, given to the National Portrait Gallery, London in 1931.

Thomas Percy from NPG 2

Thomas Percy from NPG 2

Thomas Percy, by an unknown artist, given to the National Portrait Gallery, London in 1931.

Abraham Hogenberg - Thomas Percy from NPG colorized

Abraham Hogenberg - Thomas Percy from NPG colorized

Thomas Percy, by Abraham Hogenberg, given to the National Portrait Gallery, London in 1916. See source website for additional information. This set of images was gathered by User:Dcoetzee from the National Port... More

Thomas Percy from NPG cropped and colorized

Thomas Percy from NPG cropped and colorized

Thomas Percy, by Abraham Hogenberg, given to the National Portrait Gallery, London in 1916. See source website for additional information. This is a cropped version of the larger file. This set of images was g... More

Abraham Hogenberg - Thomas Percy from NPG cropped

Abraham Hogenberg - Thomas Percy from NPG cropped

Thomas Percy, by Abraham Hogenberg, given to the National Portrait Gallery, London in 1916. See source website for additional information. This is a cropped version of the larger file. This set of images was ... More

Abraham Hogenberg - Thomas Percy from NPG

Abraham Hogenberg - Thomas Percy from NPG

Thomas Percy, by Abraham Hogenberg, given to the National Portrait Gallery, London in 1916. See source website for additional information. This set of images was gathered by User:Dcoetzee from the National Por... More

Ruins of the Houses of Parliament as they appeared (BM 1880,1113.2641)

Ruins of the Houses of Parliament as they appeared (BM 1880,1113.2641)

View from Old Palace Yard of the remains of the Houses of Parliament after the fire of 1834; the top of Westminster Hall visible behind, men working among the rubble, a number of people standing away from the s... More

An island story; a child's history of England (1906) (14594471080)

An island story; a child's history of England (1906) (14594471080)

From the story about Guy Fawkes: Stern men with swords closed in upon him Identifier: islandstorychild00mars (find matches) Title: An island story; a child's history of England Year: 1906 (1900s) Authors: Mar... More

November 5th

November 5th

November 5th by Eric Ravilious.

Print of Houses of Parliament before 1834 Fire

Print of Houses of Parliament before 1834 Fire

Drawn by J. Shury & Son, Printed by Day & Haghe

FrancisTreshamPlotter

FrancisTreshamPlotter

Francis Tresham in en:wiki

7 of '(The Ruins of Liveden; with historical notices of the family of Tresham and its connexion with the Gunpowder Plot ... To which is added a legendary poem. (With plates.))' (11060530016)

7 of '(The Ruins of Liveden; with historical notices of the family of ...

Image taken from: Title: "[The Ruins of Liveden; with historical notices of the family of Tresham and its connexion with the Gunpowder Plot ... To which is added a legendary poem. [With plates.]]" Author: BELL,... More

1689 Prayerbook Collect for 5 November

1689 Prayerbook Collect for 5 November

A Collect for 5th November, in Book of Common Prayer published London 1689, referring to Gunpowder Plot and Arrival of William III

Capon map of parliament

Capon map of parliament

A diagram of the old Parliament buildings, London

Gunpowder plot parliament cellar

Gunpowder plot parliament cellar

The cellar underneath the House of Lords, as drawn by William Capon. Cropped to remove watermark, and image size increased slightly.

Guy Fawkes 1841 Frontis

Guy Fawkes 1841 Frontis

Frontispiece illustration to 1st edition of Guy Fawkes by Ainsworth

Guy Fawkes confession 2

Guy Fawkes confession 2

The confession of Guy Fawkes. The transcript reads: would have avowed both [blank] concerning Duke Charles the King's second son was had sundry consultations how to seize on his person; but because we found no... More

Guy Fawkes confession

Guy Fawkes confession

Signature of Guy Fawkes on a confession, 1605. Town on the Monday night following, and confesses also that the said Persy, this examinate, Robert Catsby, Thomas Winter John and Christopher Wright met at the f... More

Guy Fawkes in Ordsall Cave

Guy Fawkes in Ordsall Cave

Guy Fawkes in Ordsall Cave. Made by George Cruikshank (1792-1878).

Guy Fawkes lantern

Guy Fawkes lantern

An illustration of Guy Fawkes' lantern found in the book "What was the Gunpowder Plot?" by John Gerard.

House of lords and princes chamber

House of lords and princes chamber

The east side of the House of Lords, and the east end of the Prince's Chamber

John rocque house of lords gunpowder plot cropped

John rocque house of lords gunpowder plot cropped

A close crop of Parliament, taken from John Rocque's 1746 map of London

John rocque house of lords gunpowder plot

John rocque house of lords gunpowder plot

Parliament, taken from John Rocque's 1746 map of London

Monteagle letter 2

Monteagle letter 2

An illustration of the Monteagle letter found in the book "What was the Gunpowder Plot?" by John Gerard. First published in "Mischeefes mysterie London" in 1617.

Robert Catesby from Book of Martyrs

Robert Catesby from Book of Martyrs

ROBERT CATESBY (1573-1605). The death of Robert Catesby after the Gunpowder Plot conspirators' last stand against the royal authorities, 8 November 1605. Wood engraving from an 1832 American edition of John Fo... More

SeizureOfGuyFawkes

SeizureOfGuyFawkes

The seizure of Guy Fawkes as depicted in the book "A Pictorial History of England" (1854).

Study for Execution of Conspirators in the Gunpowder Plot by Claes Jansz Visscher

Study for Execution of Conspirators in the Gunpowder Plot by Claes Jan...

Study for Execution of the Conspirators in the Gunpowder Plot, pen and brown ink with brown wash, by the Dutch printmaker Claes Jansz. Visscher.

TheGunpowderPlot

TheGunpowderPlot

A print of the Gunpowder Plot found in the book "What was the Gunpowder Plot?" by John Gerard.

TheGunpowderPlotters

TheGunpowderPlotters

The gunpowder plotters as depicted in the book "What was the Gunpowder Plot?" by John Gerard. Plotters from left to right: Left side Robert Wintour Ambrose Rookwood John Grant Everard Digby Thomas Percy Robert... More

Thomas Percy by Crispijn van de Passe the Elder

Thomas Percy by Crispijn van de Passe the Elder

Portrait of Thomas Percy of the Gunpowder Plot by the Dutch engraver Crispijn van de Passe the Elder, engraving. 152 mm x 105 mm. Courtesy of the British Museum, London.

Thomas Percy, 1794

Thomas Percy, 1794

A line engraving of Thomas Percy made by Adam, published 20 April 1794.

Guy Fawkes, 1851

Guy Fawkes, 1851

"Guy Fawkes" from Henry Mayhew's "London Labour and the London Poor", 1851.

Ambrose RookewoodPlotter

Ambrose RookewoodPlotter

Ambrose Rookwood in en:wiki

51 London Town, page 47

51 London Town, page 47

Page 47 of London Town (1883). "The 5th of November - Guy Fawkes Day". Children with an effigy of Guy Fawkes.

Conspiratorspg19

Conspiratorspg19

THE CHIEF CONSPIRATORS.

Executionofconspirators

Executionofconspirators

Execution of conspirators

Gruppenbild Die Verschwörer des Gunpowder-Plots

Gruppenbild Die Verschwörer des Gunpowder-Plots

Deutsch: Gruppenbild Die Verschwörer des Gunpowder-Plots

Gunpowder Plot conspirators hanged, drawn and quartered

Gunpowder Plot conspirators hanged, drawn and quartered

Gunpowder Plot conspirators hanged, drawn and quartered in January 1606.

Gunpowerplotcellar
Guy Fawkes' arrest - Mischeefes mysterie London

Guy Fawkes' arrest - Mischeefes mysterie London

Image taken from [Mischeefes mysterie London 1617.]. Originally published/produced in G. M. for R. Harford: London, 1641.

Guyfawkes

Guyfawkes

page 39

Guyfawkeslantern

Guyfawkeslantern

FAWKES' LANTERN. (Preserved at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford)

Charles Knight - House of the conspirators

Charles Knight - House of the conspirators

The house of the gunpowder conspirators at Lambeth, London. Published in 'Popular History of England: Volume 3' by Charles Knight.

Houseoflords

Houseoflords

THE EAST SIDE OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS.

Old Lion Inn, Dunchurch

Old Lion Inn, Dunchurch

Old Lion Inn, Dunchurch

P24 Old House at Lambeth in which the Gunpowder-plot Conspirators assembled

P24 Old House at Lambeth in which the Gunpowder-plot Conspirators asse...

The title is the same as the image caption above and in "Cassell's Illustrated History of England, Volume 3". The number shown is the page number. Follow the image link to the full book vol.3.

P31 Arrest of Guy Fawkes

P31 Arrest of Guy Fawkes

The title is the same as the image caption above and in "Cassell's Illustrated History of England, Volume 3". The number shown is the page number. Follow the image link to the full book vol.3.

Plan of the old Palace of Westminster

Plan of the old Palace of Westminster

Plan of the old Palace of Westminster A. New Palace Yard, with its Conduit. B. Landing Place, called the King's Bridge, Lord Mayor’s Landing, and Westminster Stairs. C. Star Chamber and Exchequer Offices. D. W... More

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