"The graves of the English prisoners in the Russian cemetery. Anderson - Bowlby - de Norman -Phipps. The fifth grave is in mission of Capt. Brabazon." Oval print of a man, probably the photographer, standing by the side of the graves. One of a set of prints by an unidentified Russian photographer, bearing caption in English and also captions in Russian on the reverse. They are also accompanied by a hand written list of captions, and where this differs from the caption witten on the print, this has been included in square brackets above.; Bowlby, the Times' correspondent, De Norman and Brabazon were all part of a delegation to Tongzhou during the second Opium Wars in September 1860, after which they were imprisoned and executed. Brabazon was beheaded and his body thrown into the canal. The execution of these prisoneers was one of the causes of the Anglo-French attack on Beijing and the burning of the Summer Palace.; William Lockhart was among the pioneers of medical missionary work for the LMS. He travelled to Canton [now Guangzhou] in 1838, opening hospitals at Macao [now Macau] and Shanghai before opening a mission in Peking [now Beijing] in 1861. Lockhart left Beijing in 1864, although remained connected with the Society, serving as Chairman of the Board of Directors in 1869. Lockhart obtained these prints during his time in Beijing, and they came into the LMS collection from Constance Patterson [née Brown] who had been given them by Lockhart's daughter, Mrs. Jervis.