Bilingual Counting Card featuring illustrations of six Starfishes.

Bilingual Starfish Counting Card 6

Bilingual Counting Card featuring illustrations of six Starfishes.

English Counting Card featuring illustrations of six Starfishes.

English Starfish Counting Card 6

English Counting Card featuring illustrations of six Starfishes.

Bilingual Counting Card featuring illustrations of seven Starfishes.

Bilingual Starfish Counting Card 7

Bilingual Counting Card featuring illustrations of seven Starfishes.

English Counting Card featuring illustrations of seven Starfishes.

English Starfish Counting Card 7

English Counting Card featuring illustrations of seven Starfishes.

Bilingual Counting Card featuring illustrations of eight Starfishes.

Bilingual Starfish Counting Card 8

Bilingual Counting Card featuring illustrations of eight Starfishes.

English Counting Card featuring illustrations of eight Starfishes.

English Starfish Counting Card 8

English Counting Card featuring illustrations of eight Starfishes.

Bilingual Counting Card featuring illustrations of nine Starfishes.

Bilingual Starfish Counting Card 9

Bilingual Counting Card featuring illustrations of nine Starfishes.

English Counting Card featuring illustrations of nine Starfishes.

English Starfish Counting Card 9

English Counting Card featuring illustrations of nine Starfishes.

King Stephen of England reigned 1135-1154

King Stephen

King Stephen of England reigned 1135-1154

Stocks in England

Stocks

Stocks in England

A circular ruin of stones on Salisbury Plain

Stonehenge

A circular ruin of stones on Salisbury Plain

Mary Stuart

Mary Stuart

Mary Stuart

(1842-1900) English composer

Sir Arthur Sullivan

(1842-1900) English composer

(1837- ) English poet

Algernon C. Swinburne

(1837- ) English poet

(1754-1833) British soldier who fought in the American War of Independence

Banastre Tarleton

(1754-1833) British soldier who fought in the American War of Independence

Common throughout Europe, the English teal is accidental to the East coast of the United States.

English Teal

Common throughout Europe, the English teal is accidental to the East coast of the United States.

(1848-1928) English actress

Ellen Terry

(1848-1928) English actress

(1811-1863) English novelist

William Makepeace Thackery

(1811-1863) English novelist

Thomas Gray was a prominent English poet.  Stoke-Pogis Church, which is illustrated, was the subject of Gray's poem "Elegy."

Thomas Gray

Thomas Gray was a prominent English poet. Stoke-Pogis Church, which is illustrated, was the subject…

Tower of London, Bird's eye view

Tower of London, Bird's eye view

Tower of London, Bird's eye view

"English Trunk-hose, c. 1550." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Trunk-hose

"English Trunk-hose, c. 1550." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

William Tyndale (sometimes spelled Tindall or Tyndall; (c. 1494 – 1536) was a 16th-century Protestant reformer and scholar who translated the Bible into the Early Modern English of his day. While a number of partial and complete Old English translations had been made from the seventh century onward, and Middle English translations particularly during the 14th century, Tyndale's was the first English translation to draw directly from Hebrew and Greek texts, and the first to take advantage of the new medium of print, which allowed for its wide distribution (it is worth mention that some scholars claim he made this translation from Latin[citation needed]). In 1535, Tyndale was arrested, jailed in the castle of Vilvoorde outside Brussels for over a year, tried for heresy and burnt at the stake.

William Tyndale

William Tyndale (sometimes spelled Tindall or Tyndall; (c. 1494 – 1536) was a 16th-century Protestant…

(1612-1662) English statesman and writer. American governor of Massachusetts 1636-1637.

Sir Henry (Harry) Vane

(1612-1662) English statesman and writer. American governor of Massachusetts 1636-1637.

A British naval and military decoration instituted by royal warrant and bestowed for "Conspicuous bravery or devotion" to the country in the presence of the enemy.

Victoria Cross

A British naval and military decoration instituted by royal warrant and bestowed for "Conspicuous bravery…

"The Victoria Cross is an English naval and military decoration instituted by royal warrant, Jan. 29, 1856, and bestowed for 'conspicuous bravery or devotion' to the country in the presence of the enemy. It is the most coveted of all British decorations, and is open to all officers and men of the regular, auxiliary, and reserve forces."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Victoria Cross

"The Victoria Cross is an English naval and military decoration instituted by royal warrant, Jan. 29,…

(1819-1901) Queen of England 1837-1901

Queen Victoria of England

(1819-1901) Queen of England 1837-1901

(1819-1901) Queen of England 1837-1901

Queen Victoria of England

(1819-1901) Queen of England 1837-1901

(1819-1901) Queen of England 1837-1901

Queen Victoria of England

(1819-1901) Queen of England 1837-1901

(1819-1901) Queen of England 1837-1901

Queen Victoria of England

(1819-1901) Queen of England 1837-1901

(1823-1913) English naturalist

Alfred Russel Wallace

(1823-1913) English naturalist

(1717-1797) English author

Horace Walpole, (Earl of Oxford)

(1717-1797) English author

(1676-1745) English statesman

Sir Robert Walpole, (Earl of Oxford)

(1676-1745) English statesman

(1693-1683) English author

Izaak Walton

(1693-1683) English author

War-Ships of the 15th century

War-Ships of the 15th century

War-Ships of the 15th century

War-Ships on the time of Charles II

War-Ships on the time of Charles II

War-Ships on the time of Charles II

(1851-1920) English novelist, wrote under her married name of Mrs. Humphrey Ward.

Mary Augusta Ward

(1851-1920) English novelist, wrote under her married name of Mrs. Humphrey Ward.

(b. 1851) English novelist

Mrs. Humphry Ward (Mary Augusta Arnold)

(b. 1851) English novelist

(b. 1858) English poet

William Watson

(b. 1858) English poet

(1736-1819) Inventor of the steam engine

James Watt

(1736-1819) Inventor of the steam engine

(1674-1748) English hymnologyst

Isaac Watts

(1674-1748) English hymnologyst

An American lexicographer and English spelling reformer. He is famous for his contributions to the Merriam-Webster dictionaries.

Noah Webster

An American lexicographer and English spelling reformer. He is famous for his contributions to the Merriam-Webster…

The Wells House - an English charter house.

Wells House

The Wells House - an English charter house.

(1703-1791) English clergyman and founder of Methodism.

John Wesley

(1703-1791) English clergyman and founder of Methodism.

Westminster, London, the Star Chamber

Westminster, London, the Star Chamber

Westminster, London, the Star Chamber

William Cowper (1731- 1800), an English poet.

William Cowper

William Cowper (1731- 1800), an English poet.

(1056-1100) King of England 1087-1100.

King William III (Rufus) of England

(1056-1100) King of England 1087-1100.

(1650-1702) Prince of Orange and King of England

King William III of England

(1650-1702) Prince of Orange and King of England

(1650-1702) Prince of Orange and King of England

King William III of England

(1650-1702) Prince of Orange and King of England

(  -1837) King of England

King William IV of England

( -1837) King of England

"The cathedrals of Salisbury, Chichester, Lincoln, and York, Beverley Minster, and Westminster Abbey, contain specimens of Early English windows." —D'Anvers, 1895

Early English window

"The cathedrals of Salisbury, Chichester, Lincoln, and York, Beverley Minster, and Westminster Abbey,…

Window with a baluster. Saxon Architecture is the earliest stage of native English architecture, its period being from the conversion of England to Christianity till the conquest or near it, when Norman architecture began to prevail.

Saxon Architecture Window

Window with a baluster. Saxon Architecture is the earliest stage of native English architecture, its…

Cardinal Wolsey

Cardinal Thomas Wolsey

Cardinal Wolsey

A sculpture of John Wycliffe, an English theologian, lay preacher, translator and reformist. Wycliffe was an early dissident in the Roman Catholic Church during the 14th century. His followers are known as Lollards, a somewhat rebellious movement which preached a legalistic Gospel. He is considered the founder of the Lollard movement, a precursor to the Protestant Reformation (for this reason, he is sometimes called "The Morning Star of the Reformation"). He was one of the earliest opponents of papal authority influencing secular power.

Sculpture of John Wycliffe

A sculpture of John Wycliffe, an English theologian, lay preacher, translator and reformist. Wycliffe…