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To The Honourable Court of Directors of the East India Company
To The Honourable Court of Directors of the East India Company This View of the College Hayleybury is most respectfully dedicated by their obedient & faithfull servant, Fred.k W.L Stockdale.
T. Picken lith. Day & Hague to the Queen.
London, Published by Ackermann & C.o April, 1846
Lithograph with hand colour, sheet 375 x (14¾ x Mount burn. Time stained.
A view of Haileybury and Imperial Service College in Hertfordshire. The Haileybury campus originally belonged to, and was occupied by, the East India College (EIC), the training establishment founded in 1806 for administrators of the East India Company. In the wake of the Indian Rebellion of 1857, the East India Company was nationalised, and its College closed in January 1858. In 1862, a public school opened on the site, with royal charter being received in 1864. Frederick Wilton Litchfield Stockdale (17861858) was a British artist. Stockdale was primarily a landscape artist, and his work was often published as engravings. He signed his work F.W.L. Stockdale. After working for the East India Company, Stockdale specialised in the antiquities of southern England and the West Country.
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