Scenes from life at the turn of the century - life in Britain and around the world
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Reel 1. Continued. (Check copyright on some of material)
01:04:37 Open carriage carrying Queen Victoria pulls up amidst elegant crowds at garden party and the Queen is helped from the carriage, she is carrying a sunshade (UN 1D(L)).
01:05:00 William Ewart Gladstone's funeral. Coffin on horse drawn carriage travels left to right. The coffin is led by and followed by men in top hats. (UN 1A(M))
01:05:11 C/U film in cinematograph machine. C/U part of machine turning.
01:05:16 Cavalry troops crossing river during Boer war. They are lancers and wear pith helmets. (Lancers crossing the Modder River).
01:05:36 Cavalry troops riding across South African Veldt during the Boer War.
01:05:49 C/U film in cinematograph machine.
01:05:52 Troops walking towards camera (may be embarking for Boer War)
01:06:04 C/U part of cinematograph machine turning.
01:06:07 Cricketers walking down steps from pavilion onto pitch. W. G. Grace practising his batting in the nets. He has his characteristic beard. People look on in interest.
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- British Pathé
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- 1897 - 1899
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- HD at Filmfinity
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