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Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) Anglo-Irish writer born in Dublin. Swift was a prominent satirist, essayist and author. Notable works include Gulliver’s Travels, A Modest Proposal and A Tale of a Tub. He was also Dean of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin

Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) Anglo-Irish writer born in Dublin. Swift was a prominent satirist, essayist and author. Notable works include Gulliver’s Travels, A Modest Proposal and A Tale of a Tub. He was also Dean of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin

2011: Libyan dictator Colonel Gaddaffi is killed by rebels

2011: Libyan dictator Colonel Gaddaffi is killed by rebels

OnThisDay.com: On This Day in History, Film, Music and Sport

OnThisDay.com: On This Day in History, Film, Music and Sport

Эстер Джонсон – Стелла близкий друг Свифта

Эстер Джонсон – Стелла близкий друг Свифта

Check out the cheeky bewigged dog | Captain Lord George Graham (1715–1747), in His Cabin | William Hogarth  Date painted: c.1745  Collection: National Maritime Museum  "Cabin scenes are rare in oil painting and this is the most famous example in British art. This conversation piece was probably commissioned by the sitter, the youngest son of the first Duke of Montrose, to celebrate his action off Ostend in June 1745"

Check out the cheeky bewigged dog | Captain Lord George Graham (1715–1747), in His Cabin | William Hogarth Date painted: c.1745 Collection: National Maritime Museum "Cabin scenes are rare in oil painting and this is the most famous example in British art. This conversation piece was probably commissioned by the sitter, the youngest son of the first Duke of Montrose, to celebrate his action off Ostend in June 1745"

Chevalier d'Eon passed as a woman to everyone in France for his entire adult life. In fact, he was a French spy and was never discovered until after his death in 1810.

Chevalier d'Eon passed as a woman to everyone in France for his entire adult life. In fact, he was a French spy and was never discovered until after his death in 1810.

Leopold II of Belgium.jpg

Leopold II of Belgium.jpg

Clericks Weblog: Zuur

Clericks Weblog: Zuur

Clericks Weblog: Poesjkins geslachtsziekte

Clericks Weblog: Poesjkins geslachtsziekte

Clericks Weblog: Tante Jet

Clericks Weblog: Tante Jet