Mary Anderson (Mrs de Navarro) as Juliet in 'Romeo & Juliet'

1 portrait of Mary Anderson (Mrs de Navarro)

Mary Anderson (Mrs de Navarro) as Juliet in 'Romeo & Juliet', by Henry Van der Weyde, 1884 - NPG x75 - © National Portrait Gallery, London

© National Portrait Gallery, London

Mary Anderson (Mrs de Navarro) as Juliet in 'Romeo & Juliet'

by Henry Van der Weyde
albumen cabinet card, 1884
5 1/2 in. x 3 7/8 in. (139 mm x 100 mm) image size
Given by Jane Souter Hipkins, 1930
Photographs Collection
NPG x75


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  • Henry Van der Weyde (1838-1924), Painter and photographer. Artist associated with 53 portraits, Sitter in 1 portrait.

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The Third Reform Act further reduces the financial threshold for voters, extending the franchise to all householders in the counties, achieving uniformity with those in the boroughs, and effectively doubling the electorate from 2.5 million to just under 5 million. Foundation of the socialist group, the Fabian Society. The group quickly grows in size, including members Eleanor Marx, George Bernard Shaw and Beatrice Webb.

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Under the editorship of James Murray, the Oxford English Dictionary begins publication, with the tenth and final volume appearing 1928. The idea for a historical dictionary of the English language had been conceived by members of the Philological Society in 1857, including Frederick Furnivall, and some 800 voluntary readers contributed to the immense project.

International

Germany annexes Southwest Africa, Togoland, the Cameroons, and Tanganyike, and launches the scramble for Africa as it becomes the third largest colonial power in the continent. Bismarck also invites the European powers to a West Africa conference in Berlin, which, carving up the map of Africa between them, regulates colonial practice, frees trade and prohibits slavery, formally marking the start of the New Imperialism which would flourish until World War I.

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