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Five strangers are thrown together and are hit by a fatal curse that has plagued a town for generations.
My fingers are crossed for her." Hurley's onscreen children Princess Eleanor (Alexandra Park) and Prince Liam (William Moseley) will also star in the next series alongside newcomer Max Brown.
The Agent Carter actor will play Hurley's eldest son Prince Robert who was presumed dead after a military accident in the first series.
From 1813-23 Macdonald looked after much of Wilkie’s framing, probably employing carvers and gilders for the purpose (Simon 1996 p.168, from Hamish Miles).
In 1813, he framedfor the banker, Samuel Dobree (now National Gallery of Scotland).
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He also advertised in 1814 that he kept original drawings and prints on view, and we know that John Smith (qv) was a source of supply in 1814 (V&A National Art Library, ‘Press Cuttings from English newspapers’, PP.17. In the 1841 census, he may be identifiable with the Thomas Mac Donald, a printer, age 60 (ages were rounded down to the nearest five in this census), who was recorded in East Harding St, St Bride’s. In 1812 Thomas Mac Donald acted as keeper for David Wilkie’s exhibition of his own works at 87 Pall Mall (Cunningham 1843 p.351).
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Presenter cards for Radio WM husband and wife duo, Tony Wadsworth and Julie Mayer, dating from the 1990s.
A selective resource, 3rd edition December 2012 (*revised entry, **new entry), last updated January 2017.
Contributions welcome, to Jacob Simon at [email protected] Introduction Resources and bibliography [MI] [ME] [MI] [MO] [MU] Robert Macdonald, Aberdeen, see Kesson & Macdonald Thomas Macdonald, 39 Fleet St (‘The Poets’ Gallery’), London 1813-1817, 3 Brydges St, Covent Garden 1818-1820, 38 Rathbone Place 1820, 139 Strand 1821-1825, 331 Strand 1826, 6 York St, Covent Garden 1831, 20 Broad Court, Long Acre 1835. The engraver, Thomas Macdonald (d.1842), trained at the Trustees’ Academy, Edinburgh, with his friend, David Wilkie, until 1804.