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The G Garden at Wotton W Recttory near Dorking, Surrey belon nging to the Hon. and Rev. J. Evelyn Boscaw wen [***] to the celebrated John Evelyn n. 1.

C.B. 1841. Scarce lithoggraph, titled inn old ink mss. Sheet 325 x 450mm (12¾ ¾ x 17¾"). A small s tear and d toning on £1330 bottom edge.. An amateur llithograph of an a ornamentall garden. Stock: 51672

5.. My Native Love. T The Racoon Hunters. A Life L in the Woods W for Mee. Walker, W Printerr, Durham. [n..d., c.1850.] Leetterpress song sheet with w woodcut vigneette and bo orders. 250 x 185mm (9¾ x 7¼"). Some creasing. £160 Th hree ballads about a love andd wandering. The racoon mentions m Old Carolina C in Am merica. Nation nal Library off Sccotland: httpss://digital.nls.uuk/74893468. Stock: 51666

Thoma as Major Enngraver to His H Majesty, & H.R.H. ye Prince of W Wales, at the Golden Head H in Chan ndos Street near St Martin's Lane London, L Sellls all sorts off fine Frencch Flemish an nd Italian Prints. Printss Fram'd & Glazed in th he cheapest and best Maanner, Also fine Black leead Pencils, Red, White,, and Black Chalk and Drawing D Pap per. 6..

[n n.d., 1755-6.] En ngraved framee label, stuck to hessian baccking of a £260 prrint. Some wear. A frame label of o Thomas Maajor (1720-99)), the first en ngraver to beccame an Assocciate of the Ro oyal Academy, A 1768 8, who workedd from the Go olden Head 17 755-6. Having g also workedd in Paris he had h good co ontacts in Fran nce: this labell is on the back k of a portraitt off the Duchess of Orleans aft fter Rigaud, en ngraved by Ch. Simonneau u L'aine. Stock: 51570

2. Vue d du Ki-Our Chinois. C Reynep del. G Guyot scul. A Paris chez Guyot, G graveurr, rue St Jacquees, au Grand Gesner G No 10.. [n.d., 1793.]] Etching, prinnted in colourss and hand fin nished. 190 x 155mm (7½ x 6"), with veery large marg gins. £3660 A circular im mage of a Chinnese pavilion by b an ornamental laake. A particularly fine piece of o French colour printing. Stock: 51623

3. [Horrse and cart in a country y lane.] Fred. Slocom mbe. [n.d., c.19920.] Etching. 485 x 320mm, veery large marg gins. Mint. £1220 There is a low w church tower in the background by Frederick Sloocombe (18866-1920) Stock: 51730

[Whoo would not be Good to look so lovely...] 4.

[Painted by T Thos. Duche. Engrav'd by Heny. H Birche.]] [Published M March 23rd 1790 by B.B. Ev vans, Poultry, London.] Mezzotint, prroof before alll letters. Sheeet 320 x 270m mm £2330 (12½ x 10½""). A studious chhild showing off his writing g skills, a pairr to 'Who wouuld be Naughtyy to look so Ugly'. U After Thomaas Spence Ducché (1763 - 17 790), Americaan born student of Benjamin West in Lond don. 'Henry Birche' is asssumed to be a pseudonym for f Richard Earlom. Stock: 51388

[Jonah & the Whaale] Evomit absorptum a Cæco C de Guttere Cœtus,, Redditur et Terræ quii Modo M Præda a Fuit. Jonass 2. 7..

Martin M de Vos Inventor. I [enggraved by Maarten Wierix.] W CJViß ßcher Excu. [nn.d., 1652.] En ngraving with h etching., 17th th century wattermark; 375 x 515mm, with contemporaryy red ruling. Creasing, C £520 margin m worn lo ower left. A fine fantasticcal image incoorporating two o scenes from th he Book of Jon nah. On the rigght Jonah is being b thrown in nto the sea, wh here the sea m monster, with ears e and crest, waits; w on the left he is regurggitated on the shore, the ciity of Nineveh h behind. Frrom a Dutch bible, b 'Historiaae Sacrae Veteris et Novi Teestamenti'; thee red ruling suuggests it com mes from the


English edition, 'Figures of o the Bible, in n wich almost every historyy of the Holy Scriptures S is discribed'. d Stock: 51712

A young womaan gazes adorin ingly at a youn ng man ho olding a musiccal pipe, who holds her starre. In front of th hem two childrren wrestle onn a sheep. A scene based on n a painting by y Carlo Cignaani (Bolognam m 1628-1719),, en ngraved by Jeaan Baptiste M Michel (1748-1 1804) from ann in ntermediate sk ketch by painteer George Farrington (1 1752-88) Stock: 51729

Wobourn Sheepshearing. Dedicated D byy Permission n to his Gravve the Duke of Bedford,, By His Graace's most ob bedient and d very humb ble Servant Geeorge Garraard. 8.

Stippled and outline etchedd by M.N. Baate. Figures annd landscape byy J.C. Stadler. Lined by T. Morris M Pupil too the late celebbrated Mr Woollett. The wh hole touched and arrangedd by the originnal painter. Painted and Published byy G.Garrard, A.R.A., A 4 Queens Buildingss, Knightsbridgge, May 31 18811. London. Aquatint. 5500 x 690mm (221¾ x 27¼"). Repairs to thee cracks in the centre. Speckkled near the trees. £6990 An incrediblyy detailed scene of the Wob burn Sheepshearinng of 1804, ann early agriculltural fair. Amoung the carefully draw wn people, nu umbered and named underr the image aree the Duke off Bedford and particular guuests the Duke of Clarence (later ( William m IV), Sir Josepph Banks, Sirr William Wattkin Wynne, Humphry Daavy, Thomas Coke C (agriculttural reformerr) and Samuel W Whitbread, suurrounded by estate e workerss at the annuall sheep-shearinng. Bottom rig ght a sheepshearing com mpetition is in progress. Stock: 51228

9. Horsse Combat in n Lodoiska. Pub. Nov. 18825 by W. Colle, Lit. Newpo ort Street. Coloured etcching. Sheet 185 x 225mm (7½ ( x 8¾"). Trimmed intoo image, laid on album pap per. £1110 A scene from m 'Lodoïska', an a opera by Lu uigi Cherubinni to a French liibretto by Claaude-François FilletteLoraux, first performed in Paris in July 1791. A Poliish huzzar crossees swords withh a Tartar rideer, before a castle. Surpriisingly, the Taartar is one off the good guyys: in the climaxx the castle's wall w collapses and the Tartar ars storm in to reescue the heroo and heroine from their wicked counntryman. Stock: 51777

A Nyymph and Sh hepherd. In n the Galleryy at Houghtoon. 10.

Carlo Cignanni Pinxit. G. Farington F delin n.t. Michel Sculpsit. Pubblished Nov.r 1st 1775 by Jo ohn Boydell Engraver in C Cheapside London. Engraving. 3315 x 380mm (12¼ x 15"), with w large margins on thhree sides. Crreasing. £2330

This Viiew of Her M Majesty's Stteam Frigate Cyclo ops, off Spitthead underr Admiraltyy Orders, O Is wiith permissioon dedicated d to Sir W.m W Symond ds, Surveyorr of the Nav vy, by his ob bedient & humble Servvants, Ackerrmann & Comp.y. C 11 1.

Knell, K Pinxit. H. H Papprill Scuulp.t. London:: Published March M 2nd 1840 by Ackermaann & Comp.y y 96, Strand. Aquatint, A printeed in colours aand hand finisshed. 490 x 68 80mm (19¼ x 26¾"). Conteemporary fram me. A few £850 sp pots, unexamin ned out of fram ame. 'C Cyclops', a nav val paddle steaamer comman nded by Horatio H T. Austtin, in choppyy seas off Spith head, a ship's bo oat in the foreground transpporting passen ngers. Siir Horatio Tho omas Austin ((1801-65) led the 1850 ex xpedition in seearch of Sir Joohn Franklin aboard a H.M.S. H Resolutte. He and hiss crew publish hed at least fiv ve editions off a handwrittenn newspaper, 'The Illlustrated Arctic News'. In 11863 Austin became ad dmiral superin ntendent at Maalta Dockyard d. Stock: 51750

The Reevolt of the F Fleet. The Parliament P ha aving investted the Earl of Warwick k with the co ommand of ye Fleet conntrary to hiss Majesty's Pleasure... NB. N Considerring ye vast Im mprovement in Naval B Building it was w thought it would be most m agreeabble to repressent ye Fleet as comp pos'd of Moddern Ships, at top are seeveral Hiero ogtyphick Fiigures. 12 2.

S..N. [Sutton Niichols?] fc 17228. Rare etching, fiine early statee. Sheet 390 x 445mm (1 15¼ x 17½"), 18th century w watermark. Trrimmed in nside platemarrk. Repairs too left corner. £480 A fleet of Britissh Navy warshhips is framed d by columns an nd a tableau of allegorical aand mythologiical figures ab bove.


The inscription below relaates the eventss leading up too the revolt of British sea caaptains againstt Royal authority durring the Civil War. The plate seeems to be engrraved by Sutto on Nicholls (1680 - 17400; fl), the Londdon topograph hical engraverr, printseller annd publisher. After A Louis Ch héron (1660 1725) and Thhomas Bastonn (1699 - 1730 0; fl.). Stock: 51752

4. [An arq quebusier.] 14 [aafter Jaques dee Gheyn.] [16008.] En ngraving., 17tth century wattermark. 265 x 190mm £260 (1 10½ x 7½") veery large marggins An A infantryman n with an arquuebus, a heavy y musket withh a stand. Plate 38 of de Gheynn's 'Wapenhan ndelingen van Roers, Musquetten ende Spieesen', a guide to the use of weapons. w 1st Ed dition H146-2262. Ex Chrisstopher Mendez M Stock: 51647

The W Wreck of th he Lady Burrges East India Ship Cap.tn Ricchard Swinto on, Amongsst the Cape de Verd Islan nds April 21 1. 1806. Thiis View is tak ken at day brreak previou us to the shiip going to pieeces. _ and represents r the point of time when the Ladies were w saved with w the Singular effect of the Sea S foaming g up againstt the consealled Rocks. _ 30 lives were lost out oof 180. 13.

F. Sartorius P Pinx.t. Edw.d Orme Excud..t. H. Merke Aquaforte. P Published Novv.r 1 1806, by Edw.d Orme, Printseller too the King Enggraver & Publlisher, 59 Bonnd Street, cornerr of Brook Strreet, London. Where Merchants & Captains of Ships S are supp plied with British Engraavings & Worrks of the fine Arts for Exportation oon the most libberal Terms. Aquatint, priinted in colourrs and hand-fiinished. Framed, visibble area 505 x 660mm (20 x 26"). Some surface wearr, spot in sky. Unexamined U out o of frame. £9000 A shipwreckk, with womenn being lowereed into longboats, a wall of spray filling the left ft side of the image. Lady Burgess (Burgess) waas an East Indiaman, launched 17999. She had coompleted only y three voyagees for the East IIndia Companny before she sailed s from Portsmouth oon 30th Marchh 1806, bound d for Madras. On April 20tth she hit Leytton's Rock, so outh-west of B Boa Vista, and firred guns to aleert the rest of the convoy, which sent boats and rescuued all but 34 of the crew annd passengers. T The ship brokee up three hou urs after this scene. Stock: 51701

15 5. [A mussketeer.] [aafter Jaques dee Gheyn.] [16008.] En ngraving, 17th h century wateermark. 265 x 190mm £260 (1 10½ x 7½") veery large marggins. An A early 17th century c illustraation of a mussketeer, plate 38 8 of de Gheyn n's 'Wapenhanndelingen van Roers, Musquetten M end de Spiesen', a guide to the use u of weapons. w 1st Ed dition H146-2262. Ex Chrisstopher Mendez M Stock: 51649

16 6. [A pikeeman.] [aafter Jaques dee Gheyn.] [16008.] En ngraving, 17th h century wateermark. 265 x 190mm £260 (1 10½ x 7½") veery large marggins An A early 17th century c illustraation of a pikeeman, plate 38 8 of de Gheyn n's 'Wapenhanndelingen van Roers, Musquetten M end de Spiesen', a guide to the use u of weapons. w 1st Ed dition H146-2262. Ex Chrisstopher Mendez M Stock: 51648

17 7. Buonap parte. [n n.d., c.1810.] Coloured aquattint. Sheet 1755 x 110mm (7 x 4¼"). Trrimmed to printed border annd around title. £130 A full-length po ortrait of Napooleon Bonapaarte from beehind as he caalmly watchess a battle. Stock: 51736

Ach Pa apa welche sschone Seifenblasen ha ast Du gema acht. 18 8.

[G German, n.d., c.1814.] Coloured etchin ng. Sheet 125 x 90mm (5 x 3½"). Trrimmed; old ink mss. Frencch translation of the title £160 un nderneath. ''O Oh Papa, whatt beautiful soaap bubbles you u have made.'' m Napoleo on Bonaparte blows bubblee to amuse his


son, which arre marked Hoolland, Westph halia, Spain annd Italy, etc. Naapoléon Françoois Charles Jo oseph Bonaparte, inn full miniaturre uniform with sword, reaches out ffor one above his head, marrked 'Rome'; hhe had been 'Kinng of Rome' since s birth. Stock: 51739

Das iist mein lieb ber Sohn an dem ich Wohlgefasssenhabe. 19.

Ann A Bonfoy, daaughter of Ricchard Eliot off Port Eliot, Cornwall, marrried to a captai ain in the Royaal Navy. Unusually U even n the publishedd state lacked the sitter's naame. Reynolds had painted a group portrrait of the Elliot family in 1746, before hhis departure for Italy. CS 23 3, Goodwin 44 4, Hamilton pp.84, this exam mple earlier th han listed in ea ach. Stock: 51728

[German, n.dd., c.1814.] Coloured etcching. Sheet 1220 x 90mm (4 4¾ x 3½"). Trimmed; oldd ink mss. Freench translatio on of the title £1440 underneath. ''This is my ddear son with whom I am plleased.'' A cloven-hoofeed devil cradlees Napoleon Bonaparte B in swaddling clothes. Stock: 51740

[Volttaire] The Hero H of Fern ney at the Theatre of Chatelaine.. / ''Your co onceit my good friend d, is too glarring by half,, / ''Your Lines draw w my tears, but b your gesstures a laugh. Anoon. 20.

T. O. ft. 17722. [n.d., c.1790.] Etching on w wove paper. 1995 x 145mm (7¾ ( x 6"). Titlled in old ink. £4550 A caricature of Voltaire (aaccording to th he ink mss) inn the charade oof Julius Caesar, wearing a plumed helmeet and frock coaat. A rare imaage by Thomass Orde (1740-1807), Lord B Bolton. Voltaire (16994-1778) movved to Ferney in 1759, wherre he delighted in the theatre de Chatelainee on the bordeer between Fernney and Genevva, in which theatre t was banned. He eencouraged the theatre and they t often performed hiis plays, drawing in huge crrowds. BM Satire 5071. State ii of ii. Stock: 51709

22 2. [Lady Charlotte C Fiitz-William..] [JJ. Reynolds Pinx.t. J. M.cArrdell Fecit. Pu ublish'd by J. Reynolds accorrding to Act oof Parliament 1754.] 1 Fiine mezzotint,, an extremelyy rare proof beefore all leetters. 325 x 23 30mm (12¾ x 9") Thread margins, m old in nk mss. attribu utions in inscriiption area. Slight S crease £490 att top. Laady Charlotte Fitzwilliam ((1746-1833), daughter d of th he third Earl Fitzwilliam andd a niece of th he marquess off Rockingham m, as a child. Inn 1764 she maarried Th homas Dundaas of Kerse, firrst Baron Dun ndas of Aske (1 1741-1820), po olitician, and they lived principally at th he family's Yorkshire estate of Upleatham m. Th his was the on nly print publiished by Reyn nolds himself an nd is probably y the first of hiis paintings to o be mezzotinted. m He went on to aauthorise man ny other mezzotints m of paintings, p whicch publicised his work and in ncreased his reeputation. CS 67, i of ii; Goodwin 38; O'Donoghue O 1. Stock: 51727

21. [Mrss. Bonfoy.] [Scratched leetters] J. Reynnolds pint. J. McArdell M Feciit Mezzotint, exxtremely rare & fine unreco orded proof before letterss, inscription area a uncleaned d. 380 x 275mm (15 x 10¾") Narroow margins, with w repairs. £6880 Slight damagge & restoratioon top left.

23 3. Mrs Ra achel How. G. G Kneller S.R.. Imp: et Angll: Eques Aur. pinx: I. Sm mith Fec: Sold d by J. Smith at the Lyon & Crown in Russel Street Covent C Gardenn. Mezzotint. M 345 x 255mm (133½ x 10"). Sm mall margins. £260 Oval O portrait off Rachel How w as a child, wiith a dove on heer right hand. Chaloner Smiith states that she is the daaughter of Joh hn Grubham H Howe, 1st Baro on of Chedworth, or of his youngeer brother, Em mmanuel


Scrope Howee. However thhe 'Mrs' of the title makes thhis unlikely. CS 134. Stock: 51634

Joh B Baptista Piaazetta pictorr, natus Venetiis. JJoh. Cattini in aes incidiit observatiaae et grati aniimi ergo ann no MDCCXL LIII. 24.

[Venice c.1754.] Etching. Sheeet 415 x 310m mm (16¼ x 12 2"). Trimmed £5220 within plate, old ink mss under u image. The frontispiiece portrait Giovanni G Battiista Piazzetta from 'Icones ad vivum exppressae', accom mpanying 14 portraits engrraved by Giovvanni Cattini after a Piazzettaa. The first edittion was publiished by Pasqu uali in 1743, who reprinted them in 17554 with Latin numerals n on th the 14 portraits, and again in 1763; 1 in 1767 they were republished bby Teodoro Viero V with a neew publicationn line. The original drawing is at Windsor (inv v. 0754). 1871,0812.42246.

6. [Benign no sub Patrooncinio Clarriss. 26 Matronæ M Ven netæ Paulinnæ de Conta arenis Contarenæ.] C [Io Bapta Piazzzetta delin. Gioovanni Cattini sculptor Venetus.] V [Ven nice c.1745.] Ettching. Sheet 415 x 310mm m (16¼ x 12"). Trimmed, in nto image at siides and into ttitle area, losin ng deedicatation, arrtist & engraveer's inscription ns, small tear £360 on n right, some spotting. s A youth looking outwards hoolding a staff, an old man beehind. Pllate 12 of 'Icon nes ad vivum expressae', a set of 14 po ortraits plus frrontispiece, enngraved by Giiovanni Cattini after Giovanni Battistta Piazzetta. The T first ed dition was pub blished by Passquali in 1743 3, who reeprinted them in 1754 with L Latin numeral plate nu umber (not vissible here), annd again in 1763; in 1767 th hey were repub blished by Teoodoro Viero with w a new pu ublication linee. BM 1951,07714.251. Stock: 51756

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27 7. [Grey-h haired old m man.] Rembrandt Pinx x.t. Rich. Houuston Fecit. Lo ondon Prrinted for Rob b.t Sayer at thee Golden Buck in Fleet Sttreet [n.d., c.1780] Mezzotint. M 120 x 100mm (4¾ ¾ x 4"), with very v large £160 margins. m Mint. Charrington C 84 4. Stock: 51768

[A. S S. Ecc.za Il Sig.or S Co: Giovanni G Vezzzi N.V. In con ntrasegno deel mio rispettto D.D.D. VIII. 25.

Giambattistaa Piazzetta deppin. Giovanni Cattini dis. edd. inc. [Venice c.1754.] Etching. Sheeet 415 x 310m mm (16¼ x 12 2"). Trimmed £5880 within plate. A man weariing a hat readiing a book witth a magnifyinng glass, Plate VIII off 'Icones ad vivvum expressaee', a set of 14 portraits pluss frontispiece, engraved by Giovanni Cattini after Giovanni Batttista Piazzettaa. The first P in 1743, who edition was ppublished by Pasquali reprinted them in 1754 witth Latin numeeral plate number (as thhis example), and again in 1763; in 17677 they were reppublished by Teodoro T Viero o with a new publication liine. BM 1951,,0714.242. Stock: 51757

28 8. [J. Pun nt, Pientre ett Graveur. G. G Van der Mijn pinx.t. J.s M McArdell fecitt.] [n.d., c.1760.] Mezzotint, M extrremely rare & fine proof before all leetters. 420 x 310mm (16½ x 12"). Trimm med to plate, £520 laaid on album paper. p Jaan Punt (1711--79), Dutch enngraver, illusttrator and acctor, sitting beefore a copperr plate, in hand d, the paainting he is copying on an easel. Goodw win 186, i of ii;; CS 148. Stock: 51722


29. Kaptt.n Henry Wilson. W I. Russell pinnxt. F. Sansom m Sculp.t Rottterdam. [n.d., c.1790.] Stipple. 18thh century wateermark. 165 x 120mm (6½ ½x 4¾"), large m margins on 3 sides. s £880 In 1783 the B British East Inndia Company y ship 'Antelope', coommanded byy Wilson, ran aground near Koror in the Palau Islands. Despite the islands i already dy being claimeed by Spain, thhis was the first sustained contact with the local peopple. This portrait,, after John Ruussell, was firrst published aas the frontispieece to George Keate's 'An Account A of thee Pelew Islandds ... composedd from the Jou urnals and Communicattions of Captaain H. Wilson', 1788; this version appeared in a Dutcch edition of that t work.

wyer and Siir Leoline Jenkins (1625-855), a Welsh law diiplomat who represented r Chharles II at thee Treaty of Nijmegen N (1678), mediating in the peace deal d between Frrance and her enemies. Th he portrait com mes from the series 'Icones legatorum qu ui ex mandato orum plenitudiine Noviomag gi in reestitutione paccis universalis'', forty mezzo otint portraits in n roundels of representatives r s and legates to the peaceco onference at Nijmegen N on 110 August 167 78, painted an nd engraved by Hermann H Hendrik Quiterr (1628c.1708). The BM M lists three m more editions: Bonn 1680, Nuremberg N 168 81 (not been trraced); & Wesel 1685 (not beeen traced). BM M 1843,0513..297, and 184 48,0911.334 fo or the series deescription. Stock: 51633

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30. Capiit.n Heinrich h Wilson. E. Henne scuulps. [after Johhn Russell.] [n n.d., c.1790.] Stipple. 165 x 120mm (6½ ½ x 4¾"), largee margins. £880 In 1783 the B British East Inndia Company y ship 'Antelope', coommanded byy Wilson, ran aground near Koror in the Palau Islands. Despite the islands i already dy being claimeed by Spain, thhis was the first sustained contact with the local peopple. This portrait,, after John Ruussell, was firrst published aas the frontispieece to George Keate's 'An Account A of thee Pelew Islandds ... composedd from the Jou urnals and Communicattions of Captaain H. Wilson', 1788; this version appeared in a Germ man edition off that work. Stock: 51663

32 2. Sir Joh hn C. Hobhoouse, Bart. M.P. M F.R.S. Member M of Parliament P fo for the City & Liberties off Westminstter.

[Leolline Jenkinss] Ill.mus et Exe.mus Dom. Dom. Leolinus Jenckins J Equ ues Auratuss Legum Docctor... 31.

HH Quiter piinx & excud. [Nijmegen, 16 679?] Scarce mezzootint with titlee on a separatee plate, sheet total 340 x 2445mm (13½ x 9¾"). Thread d margins on three sides, trrimmed to im mage at top, mo ounted on £4990 album paper at top cornerss.

Paainted by Jam mes Lonsdale E Esq.r. Engrav ved by Charles Turner, Mezzotinto E Engraver in Odrinary O to His H Majesty. Lo ondon, Pub.d June 17 1826 6, by Mr. Tu urner, 50, Waarren Street, Fiitzroy Squ.e & Mess.rs Paaul Colnaghi, Son & Co, Paall Mall East. First Fifty. Mezzotint, M title in open letterrs. 355 x 255m mm (14 x 10 0") very large uncut marginns Some spottiing. £290 Jo ohn Cam Hobh house, Baron Broughton dee Gyfford (1 1786 - 1869), statesman s andd friend of Byron; wearing an n open dark do ouble-breastedd coat over lig ght buttoned waistcoat, w black k neckerchieff and white frilll. Educated att Westminster School and T Trinity, Cambrridge; he beefriended Lord d Byron and llater accompan nied him when w travelling g in the Peninssula, Greece. He H co onsidered him mself to be an aadvanced Rad dical in terms off politics and wrote w variouss pamphlet, on ne of which laanded him in Newgate N in 18819. However, by 1820 he was w admitted to o Parliament, aas MP for Weestminster. Fo ollowing the Whig's W rise to power, he helld many offfices, includin ng Secretary aat War, Chief Secretary for Ireland, and Preesident of the Board of Con ntrol. After A James Lo onsdale (1777 - 1839). Whittman: 262, Fiirst State of ivv. Stock: 51571


33. Charrles Howard d, Earl of Ca arlisle &c. G. Kneller B Bar.t pinx. J. Faber fect 1732 2. Fine mezzotiint. 355 x 255mm (14 x 10""). Collector's ink stamp onn reverse, veryy large margin ns. £1660 Charles How ward (c. 1669-1738), 3rd Eaarl of Carlisle, Governor of Carlisle 1693-1728, Lord-L Lieutenant of Cumberland and of Westm morland 1694--1714, and Firrst Lord of the T Treasury 1701-2. He comm missioned Casttle Howard in Y Yorkshire, the famous Baroq que mansion bby Sir John Vannbrugh. Kneller's origginal oil is in the t National Portrait P Gallerry. The collectorr's stamp is that of Henry Ralph R Mowbraay Howard (18883-1950). CS: 208.

£240 ghter of the Laady Catherinee Elizabeth Beeauclerk, daug 5tth Duke of St Albans, died 1803. De Vesme 1041, sttate iii of v. Stock: 51575

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37 7. [Pair - The Dilettannte Society.] Lord Mulgrave. M Lo ord Dundas.. Lord Seafo orth. Hon.ble H Charrles Grevillee. Charles Crowle C Esq.r. E Duke of o Leeds. Sirr Joseph Ba anks. [&] S..r W.W. Wy ynne. S.r I. T Taylor. Mr Payne P Galway. G S.r William W Ham milton. Mr Stanhope. S Mr. M Smith off Heath.

34. John n Wilkes Esq q. Joh. Philipp H Haid Sculpsit. Negotum Accademiæ Cæsareo Frannciscere excud. Aug. Vind. Cum Gratia eet Privilegio Saac. Cæs. Majestatis. [n.d. c. 1770]. Scarce mezzootint. 410 x 2770mm (16 x 10¾"). 1 Threadd margins. £5880 John Wilkes (1725-1797), after the porttrait by Robertt Edge Pine.

Siir Joshua Reyn nolds pinx.t. T Turner sculp. [&] Say scculp. [n.d., c.1820.] Paair of mezzotints. 585 x 4155mm (23 x 16 6¼"), with veery large marg gins. Slight daamage in plateemark on £2000 rig ght. A pair of group p portraits recoording the faces of fo ourteen of the sixty memberrs of The Sociiety of Dilettanti D c.178 80. The aim off the club, fou unded in the 17 730s, was to promote p the stu tudy of ancien nt Greek and Roman art. In the first plate tthe members are a studying th hree rings; in the second theey are gathered d around Sir William W Hamiltton, who is diisplaying one of his cllassical vases and the illustaation of it in his h book. Whitman W Turneer 159 . Proveenance: West Horsley Pllace

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35. Crop pley, Earl off Shaftesbury &c. &c. & &c. Painted by T Tho.s Lawrencce Esq.r R.A., Principal Painter in Orrdinary to His Majesty. Eng graved by C. Turner. Londdon. Publishedd Sept.r 20, 18 812 by C. Turner, No 550, Warren Strreet, Fitzroy Square. S Fine mezzotiint. 505 x 355mm (20 x 14""), with very £3660 large marginns. Cropley Ashhley-Cooper (11768-1851), 6th Earl of Shaftesbury. Being a younnger son, he iss one of only two earls of S Shaftesbury (oof twelve) wh hose first namee was not Anthhony. Whitman 517.

38 8. [The Dilettante D Soociety.] [S Sir Joshua Rey ynolds pinx.t] [n.d., c.1860..] Paair of mezzotints on chine ccollé. 280 x 21 10mm (11 x 8¼ ¼"), with very y large marginns. With keypllate, litthograph by Vincent V Brookks, printed areaa 200 x 380 (8 8 x 15"). Repaaired tear in eddge of margin of both £140 sh heets. A pair of group p portraits recoording the faces of fo ourteen of the sixty memberrs of The Sociiety of Dilettanti D c.178 80. The first pllate depicts Lord Mulgrave, M Lord d Dundas, Lorrd Seaforth, th he Hon.ble Charles Grevillle, Charles Croowle Esq.r, Duke D of Leeds & Sir Joseph Banks; the secoond Sir Williaam Watkin Wynne, W Sir I. Taylor, T Mr Payyne Galway, Sir S William Hamilton, H Mr Stanhope S &M Mr. Smith of Heath. H Th he aim of the club, foundedd in the 1730s, was to prromote the stu udy of ancientt Greek and Ro oman art. In th he first plate th he members arre studying th hree rings; in th he second they y are gathered around Sir William W Hamilton, H who is displaying one of his claassical vases

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[The Right Honoorable Lady y Catherine Beauclerk.]]

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F. Cotes pinxxit. F. Bartolozzi delin et scculpsit. Publisedh Appril 15th 17788 by W.r Shrop pshire No 1588 New Bond Street. Oval stipple, proof before title, printed in i sepia. Sheeet 280 x 215mm m (11 x 8½"). Trimmed witthin plate.


and the illusttation of it in his h book. Witth keyplates explaining thhe sitters. Stock: 51652

Annaa, Uxor Fran ncisci Kynnesman, Generosi; F Filia & una e Cohaeredibus, Guilielmi C Clarke, de Soham, in Co omitatu Cantabrigiiae, Generossi. 39.

G. Schalken Pinxit. I. Smith Fec. et exc. [c.1695.] Fine mezzotiint. 345 x 255mm (13½ x 10"). Small £2440 margins. Slight stains in margins. m Anne Kynnesman (née Claarke), Wife off Francis Kynnesman, Portrait of Annne Kynnesm man, threequarter lengtth, standing annd leaning agaainst a block, long hair, earrring, dress annd robe; large rock and tree in background, and landscape of hill and trrees in the distance. Aftter Godfried Schalcken S (164 43 - 1706). CSS: 153, ii of iv. Stock: 51572

[Georg ge III and Caaroline] Fry ying Sprats, viide Royal Su upper. ''Ah!! sure a pairr was never seeen,''.... [&] Toasting M Muffins, videe Royal Breakfast. B ... ''So justly fformed to meet m by na ature! 2. 42

[JJames Gillray.] London, Pubb.d Nov.r 28th h 1791 by H. Humphrey H No 18, Old Bondd Street. Paair of coloured d etchings, priinted on one sheet s as issued and sepaarated. Sheets 245 x 180mm m (9¾ x 7") & 24 45 x 175mm (9¾ ( x 6¾") Teear entering prrinted border £240 off 'sprats'. A pair of caricaatures, designeed to be hung together, po ortraying George III and Quueen Carolinee as misers, co ooking their own food in firreplaces, desp pite the queen haaving a bag off gold at her w waist. BM Satiires 7922 & 79 923. Stock: 51681

43 3. W.B. Grey. G Drawn D by R. Dighton, Chelteenham. Printeed by G. Rowe. [n.d. c.,1 1820]. Fiine coloured lithograph. Shheet 265 x 210 0mm (10 x £60 8''). Mounted on album paper er. A dapper gentleeman in ridingg attire. Stock: 51708

40. [Cavveller, Danciing Master.] [Crank Pinx.t. Faber Fecit.] [n.d., c.1750 0.] Mezzotint, exxtremely rare unfinished prroof. 360 x 255mm (14¼ ¼ x 10"). Threead margins to op and bottom m, laid on card aat sides. £6550 A three-quarrter length porrtrait of a man wearing wig and long coaat with cuffs, leaning on a taable on which is a sheet with m music and a map m of dance steps. s Little is know wn about 'Cavveller'; the BM M notes: ''Possibly thee same as Mr Cavillier, C masster of the boarding-schhool in Queen''s Square nearr Ormond streeet (d.1745). Alsso possibly the same as the Thomas Caverley alluuded to by Thomlinson in his h Art of Dancing''. Stock: 51723

41. Convviva Satur. [after Mattheew Darly.] pubb. Aug.t 1 177 77 by MDarlyy 39 Strand. Coloured etcching. Sheet 1775 x 125mm (7 ( x 5"). Trimmed witthin plate, surface scrape on n face of £660 subject. A bewigged man sleeps offf his lunch. Stock: 51734

Then all on a suddden two peop ple of worth / My M Lady Pa andora MaccScurvy cam me forth / With W Genl Su ulphur arrivved from thee North. 44 4.

Mr M R.S. inv.t. [Richard Brinssley Sheridan??] W.H. fec. Pu ublished Jan 1, 1 1778, by W W.Humphry. Ettching. Sheet 340 x 230mm m (13½ x 9"), 18th century £240 watermark. w Trim mmed, creaseed in centre. An A elderly coup ple walking. T The verse com mes from Christopher An nstey's 'The neew Bath guidee: or memoirs off the B-N-R-D D family in a sseries of politiical epistles', 17 766. BM Satirres 4779. Stock: 51693

45 5. The Old Stag of Boond Street. [n n.d., c.1820.] Coloured etchin ng. Sheet 225 x 135mm (8¾ ¾ x 5¼"). Ed dges toned, biinding damegee on right edg ge. £140 An A unidentified d man with hiss dog. Not in BM. B Stock: 51694


46. [Raciing calendarr for 1929.] The Tout [Peeter Ronald Buuchanan]. [n.d d., 1928.] Rare complete set of twelvve chromolithographic cardds, each with a m month's calenddar, list of racing fixtures annd a caricature. Card size 1600 x 230mm (6¼ x 9"). Somee ink mss. £1880 A racing caleendar with carricature portraaits of importaant figures of thee racing worldd, including Lords Ellesmerre, Lovat & Lonndesborough, and a the Maharajah Jam Sahebof of N Nawanagar (beest known as a test cricketerr for England, regarded as one o of the greaatest batsmen of all time). Buchanan woorked as a spoorts cartoonistt and caricaturrist for Motor Magazine, the News N of the World W and Tatler. Stock: 51732

47. Sketcch of Townssend. H.B. [John D Doyle] [n.d., c.1828.] Very fine colloured lithogrraph. Sheet 290 x 220mm (111 x 8¾"). £1220 The BM has a Doyle cariccature 'Sketch of Townsend of Bow Street', whose biograaphy just readss 'The Bow Street Runneer'. Stock: 51692

50 0. Cross Readings. R E.S. Hall. Bellaamy lith, 26 G G.t. S.t Helens. [n.d., c.1840's.] Rare coloured lithograph. l Shheet 225 x 340 0mm (9 x 13 3½"). Trimmeed to printed bborder, laid on n album paper £230 att corners. A fence covered with overlappping bills, po ositioned for hu umorous effecct. An example le reads 'The Royal R Nassau Balloon will ag gain ascend froom Vauxhall, taking up... our Acres Araable Land A FFarm House 2 Hackney Fo Coaches... A fo our Post Bed....". Another staarts "Lunardi who w journey'd in i a Balloon too the Moon..." Stock: 51582

48. The M March of Arrchery. Robin Hood fecit. Pub.d Feb.y F 1829 by G. Humphreyy 24 St James St London. Fine colouredd etching, J. Whatman W 1828 8 watermark; Sheet 235 x 4415mm (9¼ x 16¼"). Trimmed to borderr on three sidees, to title at boottom. £3550 A satire of thhe growing poopularity of arcchery as a middle-class sport. A mann in a top hat taakes aim at a target, while two men and a dog have beeen shot with arrows. Stock: 51584

Sporrts of a Coun ntry Fair. Pa art the Thirrd. Teggs Cariicatures No 41.

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[Thomas Row wlandson.] Puub.d October 5th 5 1810 by Thos Tegg N No 111 Cheapsside. Coloured etcching. 250 x 355mm (9¾ x 14"). Tear £1990 reaching imaage lower left,, creasing. Chaos in the interior of a large l theatricaal tent as a tigeer bursts througgh the flimsy canvas c wall. From F a set of four plates off similar disassters. BM Satirres 11631 Stock: 51688

51 1. [Six vig gnette satirees on one sheeet.] Drawn D Etched & Published bby George Cru uikshank ~ May M 20th 1828. Ettching. J. Whaatman 1827 w watermark; Sheet 255 x £60 36 65mm (10 x 14½"). Nine N random saatires, includinng 'Johnny Co ockaigne sh howing Cousin n Tummas a ""Lions" den', a view of William W Crockfford's 'St Jamees's Club', St James's J Sttreet. Pllate 4 from thee series 'Scrapps and Sketchees'. BM Sa atires 15620. Stock: 51598

[Seven vignette sattires of wood den legs on on ne sheet.] 52 2.

Drawn D Etched & Published bby George Cru uikshank ~ May M 20th 1828. Ettching. Sheet 255 x 365mm m (10 x 14½"). Spotting. £60 Seeven satires on n wooden legss, including: 'A A Gentlemans G resst broken in coonsequence off going to bedd with w his leg on –', in which a chambermaid d mistakes a saailor's leg for the t handle of tthe warming pan; p and 'L Living on Woo oden Legs, witith four stilt walkers. w Frrom the seriess 'Scraps and SSketches'. BM M Satires 15 5617. Stock: 51600

[Seven vignette sattires of bonn nets on one sh heet.] 53 3.

Drawn D Etched & Published bby George Cru uikshank ~ May M 20th 1829. Ettching. Sheet 255 x 365mm m (10 x 14½"). Spotting. £75 Seeven satires on n ladies' hats, including: 'Bonnet Building', featu uring four millliners, two on tall step-


ladders, trimm ming a hat farr larger than th hemselves witth giant bows oof ribbon; and 'Section of the Bonnet Carriage', deppicting a carriiage shaped acccomodate heer hat and her bbustle. From the seriies 'Scraps annd Sketches'. BM B Satires 15617. Stock: 51595

54. [Ninee vignette saatires on onee sheet.] Drawn Etcheed & Published by George Cruikshank C ~ Nov.r 1st 18229. Etching. Sheeet 255 x 365m mm (10 x 14½ ½"). £1220 Nine random m satires, incluuding 'Lithograaphy', a pun showing a beeggar drawingg on a pavemeent. Plate 6 from the series 'Scrraps and Sketcches' BM Satires 159822.

7. How to o Raise a Ghhost. 57 Giles G Grinagain n in et f. Publiished Dec.r 1. 1801 by S Howitt H Panton Street [but latter]. mm (7½ x 8¾ Coloured etchin ng. 190 x 225m ¾"), on Whatman W paperr watermarkedd 1816. Repaiired hole in £160 mans m left arm. Tw wo siblings arrgue over the ppossessions of their deeceased motheer, provoking her ghost to appear a beetween them. 'I wish I had lleft them to th he Poor of the Paarish', she con ncludes. One oof a set by 'Gilles Grinagain', G prob bably a pseuddonym for the publisher Saamuel Howitt. BM Satires: 9816. See BM M Satires 98 815-20 for oth hers in set. Stock: 51710

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55. [Seveen vignette satires s on on ne sheet.] Drawn Etcheed & Published by George Cruikshank C ~ May 20th 1828. Etching. Sheeet 255 x 365m mm (10 x 14½ ½"). £660 Seven random m satires, inclluding: 'A Jollly Companionn', a bust profilee of a man connstructed from m a punch bow wl, decanter, twoo glasses, lem mon, lemon-squ ueezer and corkscrew; an and 'Tooth Pow wder' showing g a sufferer froom tooth-ache exxtracting a toooth by firing a pistol, the bullet attacheed by a string to the tooth. Plate 1 from the series 'Scrraps and Sketcches'. BM Satires 156199. Stock: 51599

Seein ng the Wild Beastresses. Pray Mr Keeper, dooes Helephan nts heat A? - No Sir. They lives u upon Cockn neys. 56.

Giles Grinaggain [Samuel Howitt?] H in et f. Published Feb.y 12. 18002 by S. How witt, Panton Strreet. Rare coloureed etching. 2055 x 240mm (8 8 x 9½"). Threead margins, mouunted in album m paper. £2220 A Londoner in oversized boots b visiting an elephant inn a zoo. Stock: 51766

58 8. The Ho oly Friar. Woodward W del. Rowlandsonn sc. Lond. Pub b. June 15th 18 807 by T. Teg gg, 111 Cheappside. Ettching with haand-colouringg. Sheet 270 x 215mm £190 (1 10½ x 8½"). Trimmed T withiin platemark. Tw wo gluttenouss friars feast inn a Gothic clo oister, seated in n easy chairs. A lean old friaar or lay broth her brings in a su ucking-pig. An n illustrated soongsheet, con ntaining the lin nes 'What Barron, or Squire,, or Knight off the Shire, Liives half so well w as a Holy FFriar'. BM Sattires 10924; Grego: G ii 72. Stock: 51679

Circum mstances, to which I neeed not at prresent moree immediatelly refer, ren ndering a teemporary ab bsence from m town desirable... 59 9.

Th heo. [London: W. Kent & C Co. 1859.] Ettching. 285 x 190mm (11¼ ¼ x 7½"). £75 Th he Exquisite is greeted by hhis aunts. To the t left a tea urrn steams. Frrom 'Visit of a London Exqquisite to His Maiden M Aunts A in the Co ountry', by 'Thheo', dedicated d to William Th hackeray. Thee sophisticate struggles to find fi


amusement inn the country but ends up happy-everh after. Stock: 51764

[Phottography saatire.] Occassionally he has his rew ward... 60.

Theo. [Londoon: W. Kent & Co. 1859.] Etching. 285 x 190mm (111¼ x 7½"). £995 A photographher trying to take t a photogrraph of a woman and hher strugglingg child. From 'Visit oof a London Exquisite E to Hiis Maiden Aunts in the Country', by 'Theo', ' dedicaated to William m Thackeray. T The sophisticaate struggles to o find amusement inn the country but ends up happy-everh after. Stock: 51761

An exxtensive Teaa fight is helld in his honor... 61.

Theo. [Londoon: W. Kent & Co. 1859.] Etching. 2300 x 290mm (9 x 11½"). Spottting. £775 From 'Visit oof a London Exquisite E to Hiis Maiden Aunts in the Country', by 'Theo', ' dedicaated to William m Thackeray. T The sophisticaate struggles to o find amusement inn the country but ends up happy-everh after.

The Miischief Maki king Old Ma aids & Gossips G Arms. 65 5.

Pu ub Nov 12th 1810 1 by S.W.FFores 50 Piccadilly. Coloured etchin ng. Sheet 230 x 370mm (9 x 14½"). Trrimmed into plate p top and bbottom, laid on n album £230 paaper. A satirical coat of arms, dediicated to ''thosse backbiting .... sex hateing, envious Old T Tabbies''. Thee quadrants arre a tea pot. pllaying cards, ggossiping wom men and a cat sccratching a document. The sshield is supported by a monkey in wo raampant pig in Dexter and a m oman's dress sinister. Stock: 51629

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62. A moorning call at a the Rectorry... Theo. [Londoon: W. Kent & Co. 1859.] Etching. 285 x 190mm (111¼ x 7½"). £995 The rector is a photographhy enthusiast. From 'Visit oof a London Exquisite E to Hiis Maiden Aunts in the Country', by 'Theo', ' dedicaated to William m Thackeray. T The sophisticaate struggles to o find amusement inn the country but ends up happy-everh after. Stock: 51763

A Loondon Nuisaance. Pl.e 1stt. Passing a Mud Cart. 63.

Richard Dighhton Inv.t et sculp. Pub.d by y Thos McLeaan. 26, Haymarkket, London [nn.d., 1821]. Fine colouredd etching. Sheeet 270 x 225m mm (10.5 x 9'''). £1220 Trimmed to tthe printed boorder. A fashionablly dressed mann splashed by street cleanerrs. BM Satires 114289. Stock: 51707

A Loondon Nuisaance. Pl.e 3rd d. One of th he Advantages of Oil overr Gas. 64.

Richard Dighhton Inv.t et sculp. Pub.d by y Thomas McLean. 26, Haymarket, London L 1821. Coloured etcching. Sheet 2770 x 215mm (10.5 ( x 8''). Trimmed to tthe printed boorder. Slight lo oss at bottom right corner, and a small teear through th he title. £1220 A lamp lighter on a ladderr spills oil on a fashionably dressed man.. BM Satires 14291 1 Stock: 51706

66 6. Morte. G.M. G Mitelli F. [Bologna, n.dd., 1675.] Ettching. Sheet 280 x 200mm m (11 x 8"). Trrimmed to pllate, repaired tear t top centree, bottom righ ht corner £450 missing. m Death D as a skeleton holding a scythe, poin nting down in nto an open grave, skulls and nd bones scatteered around. A lizard and snake are depictted. Beneath are a two qu uadrains in Itaalian. Th he last plate of o the series 'L Le Ventiquattr'Hore deell'humana fellicità' (The Tw wenty-Four Ho ours of Human H Happin ness) by Giuseeppe Maria Miitelli (c.163417 718). BM 1850,0713.226. Stock: 51716


mortar m and pesttle. Beneath ar are two quadraains in Italian, th he first by the doctor, the seccond Death's response. Pllate 18 of the series 'Le Venntiquattr'Hore dell'humana feelicità' (The Tw wenty-Four H Hours of Humaan Happiness) H by Giuseppe G Marria Mitelli (c.1 1634-1718). BM M 1850,0713.217. Stock: 51718

69 9. Murph hy Delaney. Designed D by Sir E. Bunbury.. Rowlandson sculp. Lond. Pu ub. May 6th 1807 by T. Teggg, 111 Cheap pside. Ettching with haand-colouringg. Sheet 270 x 215mm (1 10½ x 8½"). Trimmed T withiin platemark. Bit messy. £190 An A Irishman, trrying to provee to a coroner'ss inquest that hee was drunk not dead and nnow a ghost, laays about him with w a shillelagh. An illustratted songsheet. BM Satires 10 0927; Grego: ii 75. Stock: 51678

67. Giuoocatore [gam mbler]. G.M. Mitelli F. [Bologna, n.d., 1675.] Etching. Sheeet 280 x 200m mm (11 x 8"). Trimmed to £9000 plate, repaireed tear top leftt. A man stands at a table, with w tennis rack ket on wall, holding playiing cards, poinnting down to o coins on the table. On thee ground is a teennis racket, balls b and moree cards. Beneaath are two quaadrains in Italian, the first bby the gambler, the second Death's responsse. One of thee earliest depicctions of a reaal tennis racqu uet. Plate 9 of thee series 'Le Veentiquattr'Horre dell'humanaa felicità' (The Twenty-Fourr Hours of Hu uman Happiness) bby Giuseppe Maria M Mitelli (c.1634-1718) ( ). BM 1850,07113.235. Stock: 51717

Nehem miah's Disastter _ A Tale.. And beehold aboutt the ninth hhour Tabitha a the Wife off my Bosom awoke... 70 0.

Pu ublished 9th April A 1799, byy Laurie & Wh hittle, 53 Flleet Street, Lo ondon. Ettching. 20x 25 50mm (8 x 9¾ ¾"). Tear in to op margin £180 taaped. A woman sits up u in bed, holdding up a cryin ng infant, as heer husband app proaches holdding an infant''s commode an nd lighted tapeer. BM Satiress 9498. Stock: 51696

Odd Reeadings Neaar Pall Mall.. to be read d do ownwards. 71 1.

Drawn D on Stone, by I.S.M. PPrinted by W. Clerk 202 High H Holborn. [n.d., c.1838..] Rare hand coloured lithograpph. Sheet 220 x 325mm (8 8¾ x 12¾". Trrimmed, laid oon album papeer at corners, £230 crrease in top ed dge. A London fence covered with th overlapping g ad dvertisements and theatre biills, arranged for hu umorous effecct. Stock: 51581

72 2. Playing g in Parts. [aafter Brownlow w North.] [n.dd., c.1810.] Peen and ink skeetch on card. SSheet 235 x 32 25mm (9¼ x £360 12 2¾"). A copy of a satirical scene byy Brownlow North N (1778 18 829) as etched d by James Giillray and publlished by Hannah H Humph hrey in 1801. A An amateur quintet q led by a fierce-looking g woman on a square piano See BM Sa atires 9766 for the etching. Stock: 51721

68. Mediico [physiciaan]. G.M. Mitelli F. [Bologna, n.d., 1675.] Scarce etchinng, 17th centuury watermark k. Sheet 280 x 200mm (11 x 8"). Thread margins. £5880 A bespectaclled physician stands, writing in a book with a quill, a sheet in his left hand. To the right is a

73 3. Relieving the Distrress'd Traveellers. [aafter Robert Dighton the eldder.] Printed fo or & Sold by Bowles & Carv ver, No 69 St PPaul's Church h Yard, Lo ondon. [n.d., c.1812.] c Coloured engraaving, waterm mark 1812. 175 5 x 280mm (7 x 11") very larg £120 ge margins. Th he children off a woman ladden with bags beg from an afffluent couple. Behind are a wagon and soldiers. One


of 'Twelve Illlustrations to Contemporary Life and Diversions'. D Dighton's origginal illustration, pen and black ink andd gray wash, is i in the Yale Center C for British Art, B B1986.29.78. Stock: 51743

Desinged D [sic] & Etched by R R. Seymour. London, L Pu ublished by Tho.s McLean,, 26, Haymark ket, March 11 1th 1830. Ettching with veery fine hand ccolour. 250 x 345mm (9¾ £260 x 13½"). Small margins. Stock: 51626

74. Snap p Dragon. Publish'd Dec.r 12th. 17955. by Laurie & Whittle, N° 53, Fleet Streeet London. Etching withh stipple. 205 x 250mm (8 x 9¾"), large £1220 margins. Edgges chipped annd brittle. Six country ppeople surrounnd a flaming bowl b on a smaall round table. A man holds a terrified cat over the bowl wl to force it to pull out a raissin. BM Satirees 8778. Stock: 51746

Illusttrations of Time T by Geo orge Cruikshank k. 75.

London: Pubblished May 1st 1827 by thee Artist, 22 Myddleton T Terrace Pentonnville ~ Sold by b J.s Robins & Co, Ivy Lanee Paternoster Row. R Oblong folioo, original prinnted wrappers;; etched pictorial titlee and six plates, complete, in nterleaved witth tissue; with 44pp. list of pubblications by Robins. R Wrappers chhipped and worn, some spotting of plates,, £3220 Each plate haas multiple sattires relating to t time. BM Satires 154699. Stock: 51767

[Six vig gnette satirees on educattion on one sh heet.] 77 7.

Drawn D Etched & Published bby George Cru uikshank ~ May M 20th 1828. Ettching. Sheet 255 x 365mm m (10 x 14½"). Some £75 sp potting. Siix educationall satires includding: 'The Purrsuit of Leetters' in whicch large-headeed infants in baby b walkers ru ush after large letters on spiddery legs; and d 'The Tutor's Assistant', A a birch-rod. Frrom the seriess 'Scraps and SSketches'. BM M Satires 15 5622. Stock: 51602

A Scene in Kensinggton Garden ns - or Fashions and d Frights of 11829. 78 8.

Designed D Etcheed & Publis.d by G. Cruiksh hank Nov.r 1sst 1829. Ettching. Sheet 250 x 270mm m (9¾ x 10½")). Some £75 sp potting. Prromenaders in n the latest outtlandish fashio ons. From thee seeries 'Scraps and sketches'. B BM Satires 15 5981. Stock: 51745

The T Turnip Field d. A Man in n a state of semi intoxiication annoounced at a Public P Housse in Northam mpton, that the t Rev_ ha ad given a neighbouriing field of fine f turnips to the poor of the parish, the charitab ble Ministerrs health waas accordinglyy drank amiidst the loud dest acclamations, on the foollowing mo orning. Men,, Women chiildren work ked amain att digging up p conveying h home the tu urnips aboutt then oclock k finally both h he his servvant commenced drivingg them out off the field. Great G was th he amazemeent confusion, hats, caps im mplements of o Husbandrry were strew wed in all dirrections by the flying foee, soon were tthe equestriians left massters of the field but neearly all the turnips rem mained in th he hands of th he enemy. 76.

79 9. Slight of o Hand by a Monkey _ or the Lady's L Head Unloaded. Prrinted for Cariington Bowless, at his Map & Print Warehouse, W No o 69 in St. Pauul's Church Yaard, London. Pu ublished as the Act directs 225th October,, 1776. Mezzotint. M 355 x 255mm (144 x 10"). Some surface wear. w £420 A monkey rips the elaborate wig off the heead of a woman, w revealiing her sparsee hair pulled baack. A fruitpiicker and butccher's boy lauggh. BM: 4546. Ex co ollection of thee Hon. Christo topher Lennoxx-Boyd. Stock: 51769


Proggress of the Toilet. T - Thee Stays. - Plaate 1. [&] - Th he Wig. - Plaate 2. [&] - Dress D Completed d. Plate 3. 80.

813 forced thee company to give up some of its 18 monopolies m and d power. BM SSatires 11832. Stock: 51753

Design'd by aan Amateur. J.s J Gillray fec.t. [London. Publish'd Febbruary 26th. 1810. 1 by H. Hu umphrey, 27 S St James's Streeet.] Set of three eetchings. Sheeets 275 x 215m mm (10¾ x 8½"), plate 1 watermarkedd 'J. Whatman Turkey Mill 1817. Trimm med within plaate, losing pub blication lines.. £4880 Three satiress of a woman dressing d for th he evening. Inn the first she sstands at a dreessing table ass her maid lacees her stays; in the second shhe sits reading as her maid prepares her short, curled wig; w in the thiird she stands before a full--length mirrorr, admiring thee effects. BM Satires 116088-11610. Stock: 51719

81. Bank kers Stoppin ng Payment.. [by Charles W Williams.] [Puub.d June 5 18 805 by S W Fores N° 50 Piccadilly.] Etching. Sheeet 240 x 345m mm (9½ x 13½ ½"). Trimmed to image and arround title, lossing publicatio on line. £2220 A countrymaan sits facing a bank-counteer inscribed 'Small Stock & C°', behindd which three elderly men stand examinning a cheque: 'Small Stock k & C° please pay to my chharge £50.0.0. S. Simple.' One O says: "I am m sorry to inforrm you we havve just stopp'd d Payment!!" Simple, who clutches a heavy stick, ansswers with alarmed surpprise: "Pray dooant stand upo on Complimennts with I - I havve had a long walk, w and willl sit here till you begin aggain". A satire on thhe many small country bank ks issuing theiir own notes, often unbackedd. Stock: 51592

83 3. Money Lenders in Calcutta. Lo ondon Pub. by y Will.m Hollland, Cockspu ur Street. Of M.r M Holland maay be had a nuumber of otheer East and West W India Caricatures. [n.d.., c.1810.] Aquatint A with hand h colour. 3350 x 250mm (13¾ x 9¾"), watermarked w 'J. Whatman'. C Cut to plate at bottom, £580 sm mall margins. A borrower wriites in a ledger er, surrounded by money leenders. Not in BM Satire. Stock: 51754

84 4. [Princee Leopold off Saxe-Cobu urg and Gotha] G A Com mfortable T Thing to be King K of Greece. G

82. 36 P..r Cent Discount at Calccutta. London Pub.. Feb 1811 by Will.m Hollaand, No.11 Cockspur Strreet, of whom m all the other caricatures c maay be had. Aquatint withh hand colourr. 250 x 350mm m (9¾ x 13¾ "), £5880 large marginns. A Eurasian oor Portugese money-lender m holding h out a bill or cheque and pointingg to an open chest c containinng money-bags;; a desperate East E India Com mpany trader looks very unnhappy as he reaches r out to o accept the paper. The expense of the wars foought to take control c of Inddia strained the ccompany's finnances, forcing g it to petitionn Parliament foor assistance. However the Charter Act oof

W. W Heath. Pub March 6.18300 by T. McLean 26 HaymarketH Ettching with fin ne hand colouur. Sheet 255 x 368mm (10 x 14½"). Trimm med to printedd border, laid on o album £260 paaper. A satire on Prin nce Leopold oof Saxe-Coburrg and Gotha when w offered th he throne of G Greece in early y 1830, after th he revolt of thee Greeks againnst the Ottoman Empire. He H is shown on n a throne flannked by savagee-looking Greeks G and a beearded patriarrch, at whom he h looks warily. w He rejeccted the offer in May, becoming King off th he Belgians thee following yeear. The Greek throne was taaken by Otto of o Wittelsbachh in May 1832 2, who was deeposed in Octo ober 1862. BM M Satires: 160 067. Stock: 51578


8. At a Trragedy. 88 42 25 Dighton deel. London: Prrinted for Bow wles & Carver, No.69 St. S Pauls Churrch Yard. [n.d d., c.1797.] Mezzotint. M 150 x 110mm (6 x 4¼"). Paperr toned. £140 Sm mall margins. Weeping W men at a the Theatre Royal, Drury y Lane, watching w 'Isabeella or the Fataal Marriage'. BM B Satire 90 098. Ex. Colleection the Honn. Christopherr LennoxBo oyd. Stock: 51691

[Treaaty of Adriaanople] Le Dejeuner D a laa Fourchettee. 85.

Pubd. by J. F Field, 65 Quaddrant, Piccadillly. [Oct. 18299.] Scarce etchinng with very fine f hand colo our. Sheet 250 x 350mm (9¾ x 13¾"). Trim mmed to printeed border. Minute pin pprick on lowerr right. £3220 A satire of Tsar Nicholas I as the Russiaan bear, seatedd on the back oof the prostratte Ottoman Su ultan as he slicces the leg (inscrribed 'Moldavvia') from a roaast turkey. . H His long legs aree stretched outt, and his heav vily spurred boots rest onn the end of a large l documen nt which hanggs from the tablle headed '[Arrticl]es of Peacce' and inscribed: 'Frree trade of Boosphorus -Freee Navigation of the Dardanellles - Freedom m of Greece -T Treaty of Ackermann cconfirmed - Foortresses on th he Dan[ube] 10,000,000 D Ducats'. A satire on thhe Treaty of Adrianople, A 14 4 Sept. 1829, bby which Russiaa did not anneex territory in Europe, but established S Serbia, Moldavvia, Wallachiaa, and Greece as countries undder Russian innfluence and protection p (thuus confirming aand extending the Conventio on of Akermaan, 6 Oct. 1825). Russia securred the passag ge of merchantt ships throughh the Bosphorrus and full freeedom of tradde and navigatioon in the Blacck Sea. BM Sa atires 15877.

89 9. Father Paul in his Cups, or the Private Devotion D of a Convent. IIn the Duen nna. [A After Robert Dighton.] D Print nted for Caring gton Bowles, No.69 N in St. Pauls Church Ya Yard, London. Published as th he Act directs [10 Nov. 17777]. Mezzotint. M 150 x 110mm (6 x 4¼"). Date scratched £160 ou ut. Small marrgins. A group of eigh ht monks seateed round a tab ble in their monastery m caro ousing with glaasses of wine.. On the floor arre two books, ''The Roman R Ritual'' and ''T The Woman off Pleasure''. BM M Satire 37811. Ex. Collectiion the Hon. Christopher C Lennox-Boyd. Stock: 51690

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[Fivee vignette leggal scenes on n one sheet. ] "Pleading aat the Bar." " or - Popula ar Education n - a Farce. P Performed every e Session ns. 86.

Drawn Etcheed & Published by George Cruikshank C ~ May 20th 1828. Etching. Sheeet 255 x 365m mm (10 x 14½ ½"). Some spotting. £1330 Four legal saatires around a central realisstic rendering of an Old Baileyy trial, includiing: 'Chamberr Practice', in which youngg lawyers caroouse drunkenly y; and w'Practising att the Bar', depicting a burglaar using a crow bar to jimmyy open a shutteer of a bar (pu ub) door. From the seriies 'Scraps annd Sketches'. BM B Satires 15621. Stock: 51601

87. Mon.r Le Mediccin. [by Matthew w Darly.] Pub.dd according to o Act of Parll.tt June 13th. 17771 by MDarlly 39 Strand. Etching 155 x 110mm (6¼ ¼ x 4¼") very large marginss. Crease in cenntre. £1440 A French docctor, a huge umbrella underr his arm and a syringe in hiss pocket, takes a pinch of sn nuff. BM Satires 4670 Stock: 51742

In Placce. En Emplooi. 539. [&] Out of Place. Hors d'Emplo. d 5400. 90 0.

Prrinted for & Sold by Caringgton Bowles, No N 69 in St Paaul's Church Yard, Y London.. Published ass the Act diirects [*****] [1784] Rare matching pair of mezzootints with finee hand co olour. 350 x 250mm (13¾ x 9¾"), with very v large margins. m Remains of album ppaper stuck in n margins, £950 pu ublication datee erased. In n Place: a lawy yer and govern rnment ministeer toast to th heir success with the Devil, surrounded with w money baags. Out of Plaace: two out-oof-officepolitiicians sit sh hivering in a squalid room, aas their landlaady presents a biill. Dighton's D origin nal watercolouurs sold at Sotheby's, 23 Feebruary 1978. BM Satires 33772 & 3773. Stock: 51702

91 1. Rough Drawings inn Artillery by y S.G. Dore [n n.d., c.1860.] Watercolour. W Sheet 205 x 1550mm (8 x 6")). £180 A gunner sits astride a hybridd cannon/bicy ycle, pedaling ass he takes aim through a sigght and reachees back to fire th he cannon with h a taper. Stock: 51748


nglish book on Portugal of the period'. Seee Abbey: En 14 40 for his 'Obsservations'. Stock: 51737

Commander in Chief C of the Horse Marines. A Sketch at the t Review.

92.

W.G. Londonn Pub.d by O.. Hodgson, Cloth Fair. [n.d.., c.1832.] Fine colouredd etching. Sheeet 225 x 260m mm (9 x 10¼""). Trimmed witthin plate, evidence of a craack in the £1990 printing platee. An officer sittting astride a mount that iss a horse with the stern andd rudder of a shhip, with a bo ow gun on its bridle and ann anchor on itss harness. Although thee 17th Lancerss were nicknam med "The Horse Marinnes" after theirr service on HM MS Hermionee in the West IIndies in 17955, the term wass a music halll term for a poointless militarry unit. Stock: 51680

Refin n'd Taste. Eternal E Infam my, that Wretch Coonfound, / Who W Planted first this Vice on En nglish Groun nd. / A Crim me that Spitee of Sense an nd Nature reeigns. / and Poisons P Genial Lovve & Manhoood Stains. Vid. V Rod. Random. 93.

R.St.G.M. Innv.t. [Richard St George Maansergh.] [Maary Darley, c.17773.] Etching, 1800 x 255mm (7 x 10"). Trimm med close to £2660 plate, laid onn album paper at corners. A civilian eyyeing up a solddier through a glass. A largee beauty spot oon the soldier's cheek coverrs a pockmarkk from venerall disease, introoduced by the military. From an albuum of caricatuures published d by Mary Darly; it seem ms that her huusband Mattheew made the plates. Numbbered 'V.2' uppper left and '6' upper right. BM Satires: 5173. Stock: 51697

94. Woollwich - Sund day Evening g, 1827. G.L. [Georgee Landmann] del et scul. [n.d., c.1827.] Rare coloureed etching. Sheeet 195 x 245m mm (7¾ x 9¾"). Trimm med within plaate; Landmann n's name in oldd ink mss. in innscription areaa. Staining. £1330 Officers preeening in their dress d uniform ms. George Thom mas Landmannn, a Royal En ngineer, was inn Iberia betweeen 1805-12, fiighting in the Peninsular War. His 'Historical, Milittary and Picturresque Obervations of Portugal', containing c 75 plates, was described byy Tooley as 'the most beautifful illustrated

95 5. [Napoleon and Elbba.] Qui trop p embrasse mal m étreint!.... [n n.d., c.1814.] Coloured etchin ng, 19th centuury watermark k. Sheet 305 x 22 20mm (12 x 8¾"). Trimmedd within platee. £160 ''W Who grabs all,, loses.'' A satitire of the fall of Napoleon ussing an old French proverb.. The double-h headed Hapsburg H eaglee sinks its taloons into Napolleon's sh houlders and carrys c him oveer a battlefield d on which th he dead lie striipped, with skketch maps of France, Germany, G Italy, Spain and Poortugal illustrate what he haad grabbed. In n his hand is a sheet marked d 'Elba Ile', th he eagle's destiination. Stock: 51675

Le Carrnaval de 18814, ou le ma acaroni Im mpérial. 96 6.

[n n.d., c.1814.] Coloured etchin ng. Sheet 205 x 230mm (8 x 9"). Trrimmed into image on threee sides, creasee at top. £160 Napoleon N dresssed as Harlequuin and Jean Jacques J Régis dee Cambacérès (his Archichaancelier) as Po olichinelle. Cambacérès is preparing p a diish of macaron ni marked forr th he army conscriptions of varrious years. Behind B Napoleon N a onee-legged begggar exclaims 'o only a Louis caan save him', a pun on the nname of the Bo ourbon cllaimant to the throne of Fran ance and the prrereevolutionary coin. BM: 18566,0712.648. Stock: 51676

Buonap parte massaacreing fifteeen hundred peersons at To oulon. 97 7.

Frrom a design by b Mr. R. Kerr Porter. [n.d.,, c.1805.] Bit laater. Rare coloured etching. e Sheett 225 x 290mm m (8¾ x £190 11 1½"). Trimmeed. A propaganda piece p showingg the French Royalist R ciivilians surren ndering after thhe fall of Toulon in 1793 haave cannons tu urned on them m on the orders of


Napoleon. Inn reality the viictims were sh hot or bayonetted and Napoleonn, who had beeen wounded, had already lleft the city to takke up a new post. p This print is a pirate copy,, not particularrly well executed, of a section of Porter's P originaal aquatint, published byy John Hatcharrd and John Ginger G in 18033. It was publisshed as a comppanion to 'Buo onaparte massacreing three thousannd eight hundrred men at Jaffa'.

ondonderry, Peel P and otherrs; still standin ng are Lo Wetherell W and Eldon. E BM Saatires 17079. Stock: 51735

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[Catholic Emancippation] The Fffects of th he New Adm ministration -or- Civil an nd Religious R Lib berties in Daanger!!! 10 01.

Scenee at the Horrse Guards. You Preten nd to Stop the Harry-Stoccracy of the Land. 98.

W. Heath. Puub March 22 1832 1 by T: MccLean 26 Haymarket. Coloured etcching. Sheet 2440 x 350mm (9½ ( x 13¾"), Trimmed to pprinted borderr. Slight creassing. £1330 Henry Brouggham, in wig and a gown, hollding the macee across his shoulder, looks back at a Horrse Guards officer, holdiing out two finngers. BM Sattire 16616.

Robert Cruiksh hank, inv.t et ffecit 5 Lowndees Terrace Knightsbridge. K Pubd May 18827 by Hunt Corner C of York Y Street Covent Garden L London. Coloured etchin ng. J. Whatmaan watermark; Sheet 270 x 37 70mm (10¾ x 14½"). Trimm med to printed d border. £180 A tug of war with John Bull and an Angliccan bishop ag gainst the Pope (who has a ccloven hoof), Canning and a demon. Georg ge IV threatenns the Pope wiith a baton. Wellington W and d others who hhad resigned over o the issue watch w from a clloud. BM Satiires 15398 Stock: 51695

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Legitim macy in Com mmotion or All A Wrong with w Divine Right. R 10 02.

The C Celebrated Vaux V Hall Performer P oon the Tight R Rope. Sketches No 341. 99.

HB. [John Doyle.] [Ducôté & Stephen'ss Lithography,, 70, St. Martinns Lane'.] [Puublished by Th hos. Mc.Lean,, 26, Haymarkket Sep.r 16th.. 1834.] Lithograph. S Sheet 280 x 380mm (11 x 15"). 1 Trimmedd to printed boorder, title cut and pasted in lower image,, laid on album £995 m paper. A satire of Lord Chancelloor Henry Brou ugham as a tightrope wallker with a pooll with weights marked 'Toryism' andd 'Whiggism' on either end.. The orchestrra, reading from m newspapers including i Thee Times, Spectator andd Examiner, glare g up at him m. In 1834, the llast year of hiis chancellorsh hip, Brougham m was becominng increasinglyy unpopular due d to his perceived arrrogance. Stock: 51641

John n Bull playin ng a Rubber. The Chronologiist. No. 4. 100.

London Soldd by J.L. Markks [n.d., 1832.] Rare etching. Sheet 155 x 195mm (6 x 7¾"). 7 Trimmeed within plate, laid on thick paper. £1220 John Bull plaaying skittles, using a 'Refo orm Ball' to knock over thhe pins with thhe faces of To ory politicianss. William IV w watches in anxxious dismay, saying 'I'll beet a Crown Jonnney you don'tt knock 'em do own in two throws'. Alreeady down aree Wellington, Cumberland,

H.B. H [John Doy yle.] Publishedd by T. McLeean, 28, Haymarket, H 28 Aug 1830. Coloured lithog graph. Sheet 2275 x 375mm (10¾ x 14 4¾"). Trimmeed to printed bborder, laid on n album £110 paaper, at cornerrs, tears gluedd down. A satire on the July Revolutiion of 1830, which w forced Charles X (1757-1836) to abbdicate. He and d the duc d'Angoulême sttand in the forreground, the former king saaying 'Let us sit s upon the grround and tell sad stories off th he fate of kings'. To the left the Dey of Algiers wanders w off, haaving been depposed by Fren nch action eaarlier in the yeear. Behind, a long fishing rod r from the 'T Times office' snags the crow wn off the king g's head. Jo ohn Doyle (17 797-1868), woorked under th he pseudonym m 'H HB' from 1827 7, usually issuiing one satire a month du uring parliameentary seasonss. Doyle preseerved his an nonymity as 'H H.B.' until 18443, when he reevealed hiimself to Sir Robert R Peel inn a letter justify fying his motives m and priinciples as a ccartoonist. BM M Satire 16 6237. Stock: 51585


[Coaalition Minisstry] Razor'ss Levée. or yye Heads of a new Wig Ad____n on a broad Bottom.

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J.S. [James S Sayers] f. Publlished 21st Ap pril 1783 by Thomas Cornnell Bruton Sttreet. Etching, 18thh century wateermark. 280 x 410mm (11 x 16"), with veery large marggins. Tears in margins. m Sligght central creasee. £3660 The interior oof a barber's shop, s with a lin ne of wigblocks on talll slender postts, the heads of which are those of mem mbers of the new Coalition Ministry. M At tthe head of the liine is a doublee stand with th he heads of North and Foox, an uneasy alliance mirro ored by the portraits of C Charles II and Oliver Cromw well, hugh together so thhey apparentlyy embrace. Seeated to the right, holdingg a tankard beearing his nam me, is Samuel House, publiican and politiician; a great supporter s of Fox, House w was dismayedd by the formaation of the Coalition Miinistry. According too George: 'Waalpole calls thiis the best of tthe deluge of sattiric prints agaainst the Coaliition. "It is better compoosed than ordinnary and has several s circumstancees well imaginned", 'Letters', xii.436, 25 April 1783'. B BM 6217. Stock: 51643

104. A Co onservative Angel. A CJG [Charless Jameson Grant.] Publisheed by the Society of Suurppression off Conservativee Vice & Soldd by E. Birchinnall Churchgaate St. Bury Stt Ed.ds Suffolkk England Great Britain Eurrope 1837. Rare lithograaph. Sheet: 5000 x 320mm (1 19¾ x 12½"). £2660 Tears, some repaired. Satire againsst Conservativve policies - th he 'Conservativve Angel' top ceentre brings 'aall Ale to Spiriits', dispensingg beer from a ttankard markeed 'vote for Lu ush'. A 'Nunn at Devotions' prrays for the deefeat of radicaals and two figures on a w wheel are 'justt caught in thee Conservativve rat trap'. Otheer figures incllude Jim Crow w, two fish (brother Guddgeon and friend Haddock) jumping for bait, and 'Don Diego de Caarle-os Lie-ing in State'. Stock: 51770

105. [Sir W William Currtis] Bonniee Willie. G. Cruikshannk fec.d. Pub.dd Aug.t 12 1822 by E. Knigght Sweetings alley Ro.l Xchnnage London. Hand-coloured etching. Shheet size: 340 x 240mm (133½ x 9½"). Trim mmed to printeed border. £2220 Sir William C Curtis (1752-11829) in High hland costumee standing agaiinst a backgroound of sea, sk ky and

mountains. m This print satirisees Curtis's lov ve of dressing up p, in this case for George IV V's Northern Excursion. E A lifelong Tory y, Curtis was eelected as a Member M of Paarliament for the t City of Loondon at the 1790 general ellection. He helld the seat conntinuously forr 28 years un ntil his defeat at the 1818 geeneral election n. The deefinition of thee three Rs as ""reading, writting, and 'riithmetic" is attributed to him m from a speeech made at a Board of educaation dinner. By George Cru uikshank (17922 - 1878). Stock: 51689

10 06. Israelittes passing tthrough the Red Sea. En ng.d. Publish'd May 15. 18006. by C Knig ght Lambeth. Coloured etchin ng. Sheet 340 x 235mm (13 3¼ x 9¼"). Trrimmed to printed border. £190 Alexander A Trottter carrys a kiilted Lord Meelville on his sh houlders, menaced by curlinng waves, in which w is a laarge foaming tankard t of 'Whhitbread Entirre' and fish with w the heads of judges. Altthough Trotterr declares he will w be safe, thee inference is that Melville is in serious tro ouble. A satire on the impeachmentt of Henry Dundas, Lord Melville, M for irrregular financcial dealings as Treasurer off the navy, beg gun by Samueel Whitbread. Alexander Trrotter (1750-1830) was Payymaster to the Navy in 18 805, and so in nvolved with thhe corruption, but was giiven immunity y in return forr testifying. BM M Satires 10 0565. Stock: 51765

10 07. [Fox] The T Sympathhizing Politiicians. Pu ub.d by J. Barrrow Jan.y 21,, 1783. White Lion Stairs Su urry Side Blacck Friars Bridg dge. Ettching, pt 18th h century wateermark. 195 x 190mm (7¾ £180 x 7½") very large margins.


Charles Fox, with a fox's head, h shakes hands h a man with a stag's head and antllers, probably Lord John Cavendish (aa stag's head being b his familly crest). The stag says: ''A Alas my Friendd Fox, We are in the wrong Box'', to which Fox answeers ''Indeed my y true Buck, W We have very baad luck''. Both men ressigned when Shelburne S wass appointed prime ministter. BM Satire 6167.

William W Petty, Marquess of L Lansdowne, urges u a dog, with w legal wig and a gown andd the face of Jo oseph Jekyll, to o bark at the bu ust of Pitt sheeltering in a lair. On O January 3rd d Jekyll had m made a violent and personal atttack on Pitt in n a speech on the Assessed Taxes Bill. BM M Satires 917 79 Stock: 51627

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108. Out o of the Fryin ng Pan into the t Fire. Colley [Jamees Gillray?] Puub.d by D arch hery May 30 1783 St Jamees Street. Etching. Sheeet 175 x 255m mm (7 x 10"). Trimmed £3220 within plate, small tear in edge. A fox executtioner (Charles James Fox) raises his axee over a crownned goose (Geeorge III) with h its neck on a block. Two hhuman figuress (The Prince of o Wales & Lord North) sing and dancce. George notess: 'Possibly byy Gillray, imitating the manner of Coolley'. Elizabeeth Darchery did d publish some of James Gillray's eaarly work. BM M 6237. Stock: 51642

109. Conccerto Coalitiionale. J.S. [James S Sayers] f. Publlished ye 7th June J 1785 by Thomas Cornnell. Etching, 18thh century wateermark. 305 x 410mm (12 x 16") very larrge margins. Wear W to edges,, central fold, spotting. £4880 An orchestraa featuring the members of the t Whig Opposition too Pitt's Tory government, g especially his attempts to settle the Irish situation. Fox x plays the fiddle; Burkee the trumpet; Lord Surrey the t cello; Lordd North the basssoon; Lord Carlisle C the claarinet; Derby the pipe and tabor; Eden thhe Irish harp; and Portland the harpsichoord. They are playing Captaain Morris's song, 'The Trreaty of Comm merce', a cleveer attack on thhe Pitt's Proposiitions put in thhe mouth of an n Irishman. BM 6795, with ann extensive deescription. Stock: 51645

An E Ex-Minister training a Terrier T at Bowood "L Latrat et ore fremit, bille tumetque Je-cur." 110.

J.S. [James S Sayers] f. Marrch 1798. [Unp published in pencil.] Etching. 2100 x 275mm (8¼ ¼ x 11") very large marginss. Slight stain aat top. £1880

[New Bastille.] B Thiis Sketch is humbly In nscribed to Geo: G Lockuup Esq.r Gov v.r of the neew Bastille north n Streett. 11 11.

[aattributed to Issaac Cruikshannk.] [n.d., 179 90.] Ettching. 18th century waterm mark; Sheet 25 50 x 350mm £180 (9 9¾ x 13¾"). Trimmed T to plaate. A man leans ou ut of a high wiindow calling 'I am lockd up p against my will, w pray is thhe Poll over'. In I front of thee ho ouse a man ho olds up a key, saying 'He sh hall not come ou ut unless he Votes V for us, Inndependence for f Ever'. A satire of the Westminster W E Election of 17 790, a poll so ho otly-contested d that there weere charges thaat electors were w kidnapped d or committeed to stop them m voting. Leess that a yearr after the storrming of the Bastille, B the Frrench prison had h become syynonymous with w tyranny an nd oppression. BM Satire 76656. Stock: 51604

11 12. Feeding g the Animaals - Changee of Diet! HB H Sketches No 573. H.B. H [John Doy yle.] A. Ducôtte's Lithog.s 70 7 St Martin's Laane. Published d by T. McLeean, 26, Haym market, 12th Feeb.y 1839. Liithograph. Sheeet 270 x 350m mm (10¾ x 13¾"). £95 Trrimmed to printed border. A satire on the political debaate on the Corn n Laws, with Daniel D O'Conneell (1775-18477) as Isaac A. Van Amburgh A (1808 8-65, an Amerrican who dev veloped the firrst trained willd animal act iin modern tim mes) feeding vaarious big catss with the facees of politician ns including Paalmerston, No ormanby, Lanssdowne, Hollaand, Melbourne, M Russell, Charles Poulett Thom mson and Th homas Spring g Rice. Outsidee the cage Qu ueen Victoria lo ooks on. Jo ohn Doyle (17 797-1868), woorked under th he pseudonym m 'H HB' from 1827 7, usually issuiing one satire a month du uring parliameentary seasonss. Doyle preseerved his an nonymity as 'H H.B.' until 18443, when he reevealed hiimself to Sir Robert R Peel inn a letter justify fying his motives m and priinciples as a ccartoonist. Stock: 51583


Oliveer Introduceed to the Respectable O Old Gentleman n. Vide Oliveer Twist, Vo ol 1, page 1332. Sketches N No 576. 113.

HB. [John Doyle.] A. Duccôte's Litho.y St S Martins Lane. Publishhed by T. M.ccLean, 26, Hay ymarket, 25thh Feb.y 1839. Lithograph w with subscribeers' stamp. Sheeet 330 x 265mm (13 x 10½"). Trim mmed to printeed border. £1330 A parody of Cruikshank's illustration to 'Oliver Twistt': the 'Artful Dodger' (Lord Normanby) N in ntroduces Olivver Twist (Lord M Morpeth) to Fagan F (Daniel O'Connell) too be initiated innto the secretss and practices of the appropriationn trade Stock: 51630

[Willliam Pitt] Th he Brazen Im mage erecteed on a Pedesttal wrought by Himselff. 114.

[by Charles W Williams.] Pubb.d May 29th 1802 by S.W W. Fores 50 Picccadilly. Folioss of caracturess lent out for tthe Evening. marked paper, 410 x 255mm m Coloured etcching. Waterm (16 x 10"). T Tear in centre across a inscription area to £2330 printed bordeer, top left corrner frayed. A yellow stattue of William m Pitt the youn nger stands onn a plinth made oof blocks listinng all the taxees he had introduced, inncluding incoome tax and taaxes on hair powder, hatss, servants, winndows, beer and a malt. On one side stannd Sheridan annd Fox, who says ''That Braass countenance of his never shone s with mo ore conspicuouus confidence, oone would thinnk he was in the t very act off proposing a nnew Tax''. Onn the right are John Bull andd his Irish wifee 'Hibernia'; Bull B says 'I sup ppose that therre Writing theree, is the accouunt of all his wonderfull w Works"'. BM M Satire 9869. Stock: 51683

[Willliam Priestleey] Monsieu ur Francois introduces Master Pr....tly to the National N Assembly. 115.

J.S. [James S Sayers] f. Publl.d by Tho.s Cornell C 18th June 1792. Etching. 275 x 200mm (100¾ x 8"), with h large marginns, watermarkedd 'J. Bates'. Sm mall hole in im mage, slight £3880 crease.

A satire of Willliam Priestleyy (1771-1838) being prresented to a grotesque g Frennch National Assembly A by Frrançois-Alexaandre Tardiveaau, the presideent of the asssembly. Priesstley holds a fi firebrand in his left hand, an n electrical rod d in his right. William W was th he third child oof Joseph Prieestley (173318 804), the polittical theorist aand natural philosopher who w was an outtspoken suppoorter of the Frrench Revolution and d religious disssenters. When n Joseph's viiews made lifee in England im impossible, William W traavelled to Fraance in early 1 792 and was presented p to th he Assembly, which w conferrred letters of naturalization n an nd declared William W an adoopted son of Frrance. However, H after the Septembeer Massacres, William em migrated to Am merica, eventuually becomin ng a slaveow wning planter in Louisiana.. Th he lighting rod d that William m holds is a reeference to hiss faather's experim ments with eleectricity, docum mented in his 'T The History an nd Present Statte of Electriciity'. Stock: 51638

11 16. Radica al Parliamennt !! G. G Cruikshank fec.t. Pub.d byy Tho.s McLeean, 26, Haymarket, H Au ug.t 1st 1835. Coloured etchin ng. Sheet 125 x 210mm (5 x 8¼"). Trrimmed to printed border. £110 A group of yok kels meet in ann attic, their leeader brrandishing a sword and a paaper 'Plan for assassinating His H Majesty's Ministers'. M Stock: 51741

11 17. Revolutionists. So old by M. Moor Oxford Strreet, Oct.r 30th h 1788. Rare etching with hand colouur, 18th century watermark. w Sheeet 340 x 200m mm (13½ x 8""). Trimmed £250 within w plate. Slight damage.. Various V men climb a steep sllope, carrying g an axe marked m 'Cromw well', a knife, rrifle, a pen po ot marked 'A Artillery', a cro oss and a bannner with the Prrince of Wales's W featherrs. At the top, on a motte maarked 'C Constitution', is George III in crown and ermine, e reeading a book marked 'Publlic Good'.


Although thee satire is veryy English, it was w published the year befoore the Frenchh Revolution began. b Not in BM Satire. Stock: 51720

Durham. D The new n king, Willliam IV, stand ds with his arrm linked with h John's. Jo ohn Doyle (17 797-1868), woorked under th he pseudonym m 'H HB' from 1827 7, usually issuiing one satire a month du uring parliameentary seasonss. Doyle preseerved his an nonymity as 'H H.B.' until 18443, when he reevealed hiimself to Sir Robert R Peel inn a letter justify fying his motives m and priinciples as a ccartoonist. BM M Satires: 16 6266. Stock: 51594

The R Repeal of th he Test Act A Vision. 'From such h implacablee Tormentorrs / Fanaticss, Hypocritess, Dissenterss Cruel in po ower, and restless outt / And when n most factio ous, most devout Mayy God preseerve the Chu urch and Throne / A And George the t good tha at sits thereon, / N Nor may theeir Plots excllude his Heiirs From reign ning, when the t right is theirs / For should the foot the heaad command d / And Faction gaiin the upperr hand / We may expectt a ruin'd Land. Butler. 118.

J. Sayers fec.t. Published by b Tho.s Corn nell 16th February 17990. Etching. 505 x 355mm (199¾ x 14") larg ge margins. Tears in marggins, some spotting. Slightt central creasse. £3880 According too George: 'Thee first print showing hostilitty to the Frenchh Revolution'. Priestley, Priice and Lindseey share a pulp pit, preachingg to a congregaation includinng Fox and disssenters, advocating thhe repeal of thhe Test Act that denied Catholics andd nonconform mists the rightss of Anglicanss. Thomas Painne is an excisee man measuriing the contennts of a Communnion cup. BM M 7628, with an n extensive description. Stock: 51644

119. An U Unsuccessfull Appeal. H.B. [John D Doyle.] Publishhed by Tho.s McLean, 26 Haymarket, S Sept.r 25th 18830.] Fine colouredd lithograph, 1827 watermaark. Sheet 2655 x 385mm (10½ ½ x 15"). Trim mmed to printeed border. £1330 Wellington aappeals to Johnn Bull for help p against his political oppoonents, a coallition of Tory ultras and Whigs includding Grey, Broougham, Hollland, and

12 20. The No oddle Bazaaar. Q. Q & H.B. [Joh hn Doyle.] Pubblished by Tho o.s McLean, 26 6 Haymarket, Sep 9 1830.] Fiine coloured lithograph. Shheet 275 x 380 0mm (10¾ x 15 5"). Trimmed to printed borrder. Very sliight nick £130 bo ottom right maargin. Wellington W and d Peel peruse vvarious busts of politicians,, deeciding which h ones to buy ffor the new caabinet for William W IV's firrst governmennt. On the ground lower leeft is a bust of O'Connell: 'T This head won nt be sold un ntil it be bought'. Jo ohn Doyle (17 797-1868), woorked under th he pseudonym m 'H HB' from 1827 7, usually issuiing one satire a month du uring parliameentary seasonss. Doyle preseerved his an nonymity as 'H H.B.' until 18443, when he reevealed hiimself to Sir Robert R Peel inn a letter justify fying his motives m and priinciples as a ccartoonist. BM M Satires: 16 6264. Stock: 51587

12 21. Writing g the K---G''s Speech. H.B. H [John Doy yle.] [London:: T. McLean, 1 February 18 830.] Fiine coloured lithograph. Shheet 250 x 315mm (10 x £120 12 2½"). Trimmeed to printed bborder. Wellington, W Peeel sit at a rounnd library tablle, pen in haand, gloomily regarding blaank sheets of paper. p Peel: 'O Oh! this Confo ounded Currenncy Question.'' Wellington: 'A Are you stuck fast too P--l I can't get farth her than "My Lo ords & Gentleemen"'. Lord L Lyndhurst wriites busily. Th he king was George G IV, in tthe last year of o his life. Jo ohn Doyle (17 797-1868), woorked under th he pseudonym m 'H HB' from 1827 7, usually issuiing one satire a month du uring parliameentary seasonss. Doyle preseerved his an nonymity as 'H H.B.' until 18443, when he reevealed hiimself to Sir Robert R Peel inn a letter justify fying his motives m and priinciples as a ccartoonist. BM M Satire 16 6013. Stock: 51586


ptain of By William Heath (1794/5 - 1840), ex-Cap Dragoons. D From m 1827-9 he uused the pseud donym Paul Prry (from the name n of a charracter in a com medy of 1825 by y John Poole; however the m monogram waas soon co opied by otherr caricaturists (eg Sharpshooter), so Heath H reverted to using his oown name. BM M Satires: 15 5862. Stock: 51588

122. Westtminster Eleection. I.R. Cruikshaank. del & fecc.t. London Pu u.d by J.J. Stockdale, 411 Pall Mall, 166th July 1818. Coloured etcching. 220 x 260mm (8¾ x 10¼"). £2660 Trimmed intoo plate top and bottom. A view of thee hustings ereected in front of o St Paul's Church, withh Henry Hunt haranguing th he crowd. Frontispiece to 'The Poll Book, B for electting Two Representativves in Parliam ment for ... Weestminster'. John James S Stockdate wass the publisherr who tried to blackmail thee Duke of Weellington with the ''Memoirss of Harriette W Wilson'', receiiving the reply y 'Publish andd be damned'. B BM Satires 133003.

12 26. The La ast of the Chharley's!!! [b by John Philips? (probably ''A. Sharpshoo oter')] Pu ublish'd by John Field 65 R Regents Quadrrant. [n.d., 18 829). Fiine coloured etching. e Sheett 315 x 230mm m (12½ x 9"). £260 Trrimmed to printed border. A ragged nightw watchman leaans against a to ombstone, a brroken watch box b behind. A satire on the replacement r off the district watch w system w with Peel's new w police fo orce in 1829. Jo ohn Philips is suggested by George to be 'A Sh harpshooter' as a well as the ffake 'Paul Pry y' imitating William W Heath's satires, as thhis print is. Stock: 51590

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Beforre Marriagee. Oh! my Dear Angel, pray do speeak. [&] Aftter Marriage. Oh! you Devil, hold your Tongu ue. 123.

[n.d., c.1840.] Pair of colouured woodcutss. Sheets 180 x 145mm (7 x 5¾"). Trimm med to printed borders, one corner c of eachh plate damageed. £1110 Stock: 51699

124. The A Absent Man n. Publish'd 10tth Jam.y 17922 by Rob.t Say yer & Co. No. 53 Fleet Street, London. Coloured etcching. 200 x 2445mm (8 x 10 0"). Small tearr just entering plate at top, staining s in margin. £1330 A man, lost iin thought, waalks blindly in nto a shallow pond. A papper titled 'The Rights on Maan' in his pockket marks him ass a political phhilospher. BM M Satires 82122 Stock: 51703

125. Peeliing a Charleey. William Heaath. Pub Sep 29th 1829 by T. T McLean 26 Haymarket - Sole Publisheer of W Heath hs etchings. Fine hand-cooloured etchinng. Sheet 240 x 355mm (9½ ½x 14"). Trimmeed to printed border. b £2660 Robert Peel ppulls the overccoat off a nigh htwatchman too throw onto a burning watcch box, as the watchman beggs for mercy. A Another watchm man hangs fro om a tree, stilll holding his laamp and rattlee. An arm also o holding a rattle sticks uup out of a lakke. A satire on thhe replacemennt of the district watch systeem with Peel's new police forcce, and the ph hasing out of thhe watch boxes which the waatchmen often lived in.

12 27. The La ast Day or thhe fall of thee Charleys. William W Heath. Pub Oct 3d 11829 by T. MccLean 26 Haymarket H - So ole Publisher oof W H etchin ngs. Fiine hand-colou ured etching. Sheet 350 x 235mm 2 (13¾ x 9¼"). Trimmed to printed bborder, J. Whatman 1828 £260 watermark. w Robert Peel pro opels a beadlee, nightwatchm men and their bo oxes into the abyss. a A satiree on the replaccement of the diistrict watch system with Peeel's new policce force. By William Heath (1794/5 - 1840), ex-Cap ptain of Dragoons. D From m 1827-9 he uused the pseud donym Paul Prry (from the name n of a charracter in a com medy of 1825 by y John Poole; however the m monogram waas soon co opied by otherr caricaturists (eg Sharpshooter), so Heath H reverted to using his oown name. BM M Satires: 15 5862. Stock: 51589


A Sp pecial Constaable. ''It's of o no use ma'am _ laarge bodies are a not allow wed to walk k about, _ so you must disperce d yourself.'' Fly Leaves No 2. 128.

[John Leech..] London. _Puublished at the Punch Officce [1848]. Tinted lithoggraph. Printed area 260 x 19 90mm (10¼ x 7½) Glue staains in the cornners of margin ns. £1440 A truncheon--carrying speccial constable confronts a large womann. A satire on special s constaables being useed to disperse crrowds in the aftermath a of th he Chartist 'Monster Rallly' held in Keennington Park k on April 10tth 1848. Stock: 51639

29. [Pair] The T Comforrts of Life. No N 1. 12 Brandy. B Rum m. Gin. Whisskey. [&] No o 2. Claret. Champaign. C Port. Cape. [H Henry Heath?]] [n.d., c.18266.] Sccarce pair of coloured c etchiings. 200 x 36 60mm (8 x 14 4¼"). Trimmeed to printed bborders. No. 1 Slight crrease top rightt; No. 2 waterm mark Fellowss 1824; £420 slightly messy. Caricatures of drinkers d and thheir chosen tip pples, four to eaach plate. The first plate shoows the lowerr orders, with a stout, carbun ncled fellow, a sailor, a St. Giles's-type G woman w smokin ng a pipe and a ragged Irish peasant. The seecond plate haas more refined ed types, including dandies an nd a parson. BM B Satires 151181 (first plate), second pllate not listed. Stock: 51684

[Thomas Rowlan ndson's 'Criies of Londoon'.] Cries of o London No. N 1. Buy a Trap, a Ratt Trap, buy &] No. 2. Bu uy my Goose, my fat Gooose. [&] No o. 3. Last dy ying Speech & Confessio on [&] No. my Trap. [& 4. Do you w want any briick-dust. [& &] No. 5. Waater Cresses,, come buy my m Water C Cresses. [&] No. 6. All a growing, heeres Flowerrs for your Gardens. G [&]] No. 7. Old d Cloaths any y Old Cloatths. [&] No. 8. Hot cross Bunn ns, two a pen nny Bunns. 130.

Rowlandson Delin. Merkee sculp. Londo on. Pub: Jan. 11st [- May 4th h] 1799, at Ack kermann's 1011 Strand. Set of eight aaquatints withh hand colour, large marginss. Each c.350 x 290mm (13¾ x 11½"). Fr Framed. Unexaamined out off £2000 frame. Timee stained. A full set of R Rowlandson'ss burlesque off Francis Wheaatley's famouss 'Cries' (1793 3-7), with the street traders both uptown and in less saalubrious areaas of London. BM B Satire 94 75-9480 Stock: 51751


131. [Fivee vignette sa atires on onee sheet.] Drawn Etcheed & Published by George Cruikshank C ~ Nov.r 1 18299. Etching. Sheeet 255 x 365m mm (10 x 14½ ½"). Some £775 spotting. Five includinng: 'Church & State'—', in which w a bishopp and a laymann take wine together at a din nner-table undder a gas chandeelier, while thrree bloated foo otmen attend. BM Satires 115980. Stock: 51603

Doctoor Syntax Loses L his Mo oney at the Race-Grou und at York.. 132.

Drawn & Etcched by Rowlandson. [Lond don: Ackermann, c.1813.] Hand-coloured aquatint. Sheet: S 145 x 23 35mm (5¾ x 9¼''). Trimm med at bottom, losing publisher's £770 inscription. The cleric loses his hat andd wig as he daances in frustration. Fom 'The Toour of Doctor Syntax', S illustrated by Thomas Row wlandson. BM M Satires 11673 3 Stock: 51711

piiano', with ano other girl singging on the lefft. Four guests sitting at a tablee look less imp mpressed. A sm mall foot-boy co omes in with a decanter andd glasses on a salver and a caake-basket on his arm. A satire on sociial climbing. B BM Satires 11 1444. Stock: 51715

A Plan for Generaal Reform. Respectfully R su ubmitted to the attentioon of Membeers of Parliament _ During thee Summer Recess_ R 13 35.

Woodward W Dell. Rowlandsonn Scul. [Londo on Pubd. ** ***] 1829 by Tho.s Tegg N No 111. Cheap pside. Coloured etchin ng. 250 x 345m mm (9¾ x 13½"). Framed. £230 Unexamined U ou ut of frame. Eiight caricaturees of figures eexpressing theeir view on reeform. Grego II I pg.45. Not iin BM. Stock: 51704

13 36. High Life L below Sttairs. [C Carington Bow wles?, c.1770. ] Sccarce mezzotint. Sheet 285 x 405mm (11 1¼ x 16"). Trrimmed to image on three ssides, within plate p at £550 bo ottom; laid on n album paper.. A social satire showing s servaants in a kitch hin: a stout co ook dances wiith a black maan, accompaniied on the viiolin by a man n with a woodden leg. See BM M 20 010,7081.344 for a smallerr format versio on by Bowles. Stock: 51636

[The Stage-Coacch, or the Co ountry Inn Yard.]

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Design'd, Enngrav'd by W.m m Hogarth. Pu ublish'd According too Act of Parliaament. 1747. Price P one Shilling. Engraving. 2220 x 310mm (8¾ x 12¼"). Creased, split its reinforced onn reverse. £2660 A scene outsside the 'Old Angle A In', as paassangers boaard a coach. Behhind are a crow wd of election campaigners with a sign leettered 'No Olld Baby' (an an nti-Jacobite rallying cry).. BM Satires: 2882. Paulson n 167, first state. Stock: 51724

Farm mer Giles & his Wife sheewing off their daugh hter Betty too their Neigh hbours, on her return from Schoool. 134.

Drawn by ann Amateur _ Etch'd E by J.s Gillray. G Londonn, Publish'd Jannuary 1st 18099 by H. Hump phrey, 27 St James's Streeet. Etching, J. W Whatman Turkkey Mill waterrmark. Sheet 320 x 480mm m (12½ x 19")). Trimmed within plate. £2660 A rich farmeer and wife staand looking do own adoringlyy at Betty Gilees as she playss 'Bluebell of Scotland S on thhe

[Londo on Universitty] The Marrch of In ntellect. I Sa aw a Vision,, a Giant forrm ap ppeared its eyes where bburning ligh hts even of ga ass... 13 37.

Sh hortshanks [R Robert Seymouur] fecit. [n.d., 1830.] Very V fine colou ured etching. 2245 x 350mm (9¾ x 13 3¾"), watermaarked 'J Whatm tman 1830, veery large £550 margins. m A rare image off large automaaton, with a head made of bo ooks crowned with a buildinng 'London University', U a bo ody and arms of a steam eng ngine and legs made of prrinting pressess, sweeps up ggreedy clerics, doctors, laawyers and thee crown. In itss mouth is a piipe emitting h0 0t-air balloonss. Lo ondon Univerrsity was founnded in 1826 for f students in ncluding Catho olics, Jews and nd other non-A Anglicans who w had previo ously been dennied university y education. It is now Univeersity College.. BM 2003,0531.29. Stock: 51714


The M Morning Neews. The Ra abble gatherr round the M Man of New ws / And listeen with theirr mouths. / S Some tell, some hear, some judge off news, somee make it, / And A he that lyes most, iss most beleivv'd. 138.

Bretherton f. [after H.W. Bunbury] B Published as the Act directs 10th Decemberr 1772 By J. Bretherton B No.134 New w Bond Street Etching. 2600 x 240mm (100¼ x 9½"). Ed dged with £1660 brown tape oon reverse. One of manyy satires on thee absorption of o the commonn people in pollitics to the neeglect of their own businesss, emphasised bby the dog hellping itself to a plate of foo d on a stump. A later versioon of this satirre by Rowland dson names Bunbury as ddesigner. BM Satires S 5086. Stock: 51700

A well-executed copy of W. O'Keefe's etching as pu ublished by Hannah Humphhrey, 1794. Stock: 51725

The Po ope's Infernaal Machine. Shall it Undermine U our Nationall and Religio ous Liberty? L 14 41.

Gegeëf G 10.2.74 4. London: Pubblished by E. Appleyard 88 8 Farringdon St: S E.C. mm (11 x 16½ Liithograph. Sheeet 280 x 420m ½"). Creases £85 an nd small tears. An A anti-catholic broadside, sspecifically atttacking the co onfessional. Stock: 51776

139. The - Omni - Bu uss. William Heaath. Pub Oct 3dd 1829 by T. McLean M 26 Haymarket - Sole Publisheer of W H etch hings. Fine hand-cooloured etchinng. Sheet 350 x 235mm (13¾ ¾ x 9¼"). Trim mmed to printeed border. £2660 Satire of the British governnment as the newly-invente n ed omnibus, witth Wellingtonn as driver, Peeel (in police uniform as coonductor) andd George IV an nd Lady Conyngham as passengerss. It is being pu ulled down a hill marked 'N National Debtt' by three horrses with facess: in the centre is a John Bulll, on the left an a Irishman annd the right a Sccot. By William H Heath (1794/55 - 1840), ex-C Captain of Dragoons. Frrom 1827-9 hee used the pseeudonym Paull Pry (from thee name of a chharacter in a comedy c of 18225 by John Poolle; however thhe monogram was soon copied by othher caricaturissts (eg Sharpsh hooter), so Heath reverteed to using hiss own name. BM B Satires: 15887. Stock: 51591

140. Peop ple of Conseq quence. O'Keefe Inv.t. [n.d., c.1800.] Ink and wateercolour. Sheeet 215 x 275mm m (8½ x 10¾ "). £4880 Some slight ssoiling at edgees. A flamboyanntly-dressed coouple, the man n with quizzing-glasss to his eye and a a tasselled d cane, the woman with large hat, fann and watch. They T are followed by a footman witth enormous epaulettes, e an umbrella restting against hiis shoulder.

14 42. Going to t Church, a Sketch Illu ustrative of Mr M Newman''s Tithe Leaasing Act. J.W W. Wright. W. W Read. [n.d.,, c.1817.] mm (7¾ x 11½"), very Coloured etchin ng. 195 x 290m laarge margins. Paper £230 P lightly aage-toned. A country family cordially gr greet the vicar and his wife ass they walk ou ut of a village and up a hill to t the church. A satire on the Tithe Leasingg Bill, introduced to Paarliament by Robert R Newm man, MP for Blletchingley. Itt was w an attempt to reform thee tithe, a 10% (tithe being a teenth) income tax that Church ch tenants had to pay, which w Newman n claimed coun unter-productiv ve in ag gricultural com mmunities. Hiis bill, suggestting it should bee replaced by fixed rent, passsed the comm mons, with th he support of MPs M includingg Henry Broug gham, but was w stuck down n in the Lordss. The system gradually en nded between the Tithe Com mmutation Acct 1836 and th he Finance Act of 1977. Stock: 51749

14 43. Mc. Le ean's Monthhly Sheet of Caricatures C No. N 53. A Meeeting of thee Trades's Union. U A Su unday ''Turrn Out'' of th the Trades' Unions. U [b by Robert Seymour.] A Du Cote Lithog. 70 St Martin's M Lane. [Thos. McLeaan, 26 Haymaarket, London.. May M 1st, 1834.]] Coloured lithog graph. Printedd area 350 x 24 45mm (13½ x 9¾ ¾"). Small teaar in bottom m margin. £240 Tw wo satires on one sheet. At top a speakerr lists what he do oesn't want: ''N No king, no L Lords... no taxees, no traansportation, no nothing''. U Underneath co olumns of workers w march out of gin pallaces. BM: 18 868,0808.1234 43. Stock: 51682


The W Wiseacre Coorporation. Gentlemen nI am not goin ng to the furrther end off the Countrry to prove wh hat I say; th he Road which I am obliged to p pass to my nown n Housee, is quite unpassablee to any thin ng but a beasst. I likewayys move that llamps in thee Parish be taken t down every nightt, and hung up every morning, to prevent theeir being brooke: Agreed d. Resolv'd that the thaanks of this meeting be given to thee Chairman for his Parttial conduct:: passed Crim. con. 144.

Published 100.th Sept.r 18004, by Laurie & Whittle, 53 , Fleet Street L London. Etching withh stipple. 200 x 255mm (8 x 10"), large £1220 margins. Satire of a coountry justicess' meeting held d, according tto the map on thhe desk, in 'Brreak-Neck Shire'. BM Satirres 10358 Stock: 51747

Ettching on wov ve paper. 250 x 280mm (9¾ ¾ x 11"). £70 A satire of a paassage in Jamees Boswell's jo ournals, pu ublished in thee series 'Picturresque Beautiies of Boswell', contaaining twenty pplates. BM Sa atires 7050. Stock: 51759

Disappointed Danddies Or a va ain attempt to o get a peep at the fair C Circassian. 14 47.

Pu ub.d by Fores, 50 Piccadillyy [n.d., 1819.]] Ettching. 18th century waterm mark, 235 x 35 50mm (9¼ x £130 13 3¾"), large maargins.. Th he 'Fair Circassian' was Dellarom, an Arm menian co ompanion of the Persian am mbassador. The dandies prrevented from m seeing her byy a pair of eun nuch guards arre: Charles Staanhope, 4th Eaarl of Harring gton; Francis Charles Seymour Conway, 33rd Marquess of o Hertford; an nd Henry Som merset, 7th Duk uke of Beauforrt. With them is the Prince Reegent, who off ffers the guard ds a 'Regent' (th he new sovereeign coin), sayying 'I shall bee able to marry m her soon', a reference tto his planned d divorce. BM M Sa atire 13241. Stock: 51687

14 48. The keenest Sportssman in Bro oomswell Camp, C 1803. Dedicated tto Mrs T-d--r-, of Tenby, T witho out permissioon, by her h.ble h Ser.t J.. C. White. J. C. White del.. [etched by Jaames Gillray]. [1803.] Coloured etchin ng. Sheet 255 x 400mm (10 0 x 15¾"). Trrimmed within n plate, into im mage at top, slight s £130 crreasing. On O a moor, a so oldier holds a greyhound on n a leash, watching w a yok kel helping him m find hares. George G writes that t this print is warning to Mrs Tuder th hat her husban nd is carrying oon a flirtation while in caamp; 'the subjeect is identifieed as William, eldest son off Mrs. Elizabeeth Camilla Tuuder who died d at Tenby ag ged 80 in 1840 0'. BM Satire 10167.

Tea. My wife haad Tea ready y for him well known he delighted d to drink aat which it is w all hours, p particularly when sitting g up late... 145.

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[Engraved byy Thomas Row wlanson after Samuel Collings.] Puublish'd May 15th 1 1786 by E.Jackson E Noo 14 Maryleboone Street Goldden Square. [b but later.] Etching on w wove paper. 2550 x 280mm (9¾ ( x 11"). £1440 James Bosweell and his wiffe Margaret ho osting Samuell Johnson afterr midnight, a servant behind d yawning. A satire of a passage in Jam mes Boswell'ss journals, published in the series 'Piccturesque Beau uties of Boswell', conntaining twentty plates. BM Satires 7035. Stock: 51760

Imitaations at Dru ury-Lane Theatre. A great manyy years ago, when Dr Hu ugh Blair & I were sittingg together in n the Pit of Drury D Lanee Play-housee ... I entertaained the aud dience Prodigiously, by imitatting the lowing of a Cow... 146.

[Engraved byy Thomas Row wlanson after Samuel Collings.] Puublish'd 20 Junne 1786 by E.Jackson No 1 4 Marylebone Street Goldenn Square. [but later.]

[Maria a II of Portuggal] The Pro omenade orr a Sketch for Windsor W - pplate 1st. 14 49.

[M Monogram of William Heatth - 'Paul Pry']] Esq.r Del et Scculp.t. Pub by y T. McLean 226 Haymarket where po olitical and oth her caricaturees are publisheed daily. Fiine hand-colou ured etching.,, 1827 waterm mark; Sheet 24 45 x 355mm (9¾ ( x 14"). Trrimmed to prin nted border. £240


George IV esscorting the yooung Donna Maria M of Portugal, whho has to walk on tiptoe to reach his arm. Wellington bbows low. Maria II, de jjure Queen off Portugal, reg gained her throne from hher uncle Migguel in 1834. By William H Heath (1794/55 - 1840), ex-C Captain of Dragoons. Frrom 1827-9 hee used the pseeudonym Paull Pry (from thee name of a chharacter in a comedy c of 18225 by John Poolle; however hiis monogram (a man holdinng an umbrella) was soon coppied by other caricaturists c (eeg Sharpshooterr), so Heath reeverted to usin ng his own name. BM Saatires: 15564.

Woodward W Dell. Rowlandsonn scul. Pub.d by b Tho.s Teegg 111 Cheaapside [n.d., c..1808.] Coloured etchin ng. Sheet 240 x 320mm (9½ ½ x 12½"). Trrimmed to printed border on three sides, to plate at £220 bo ottom. An A ugly coxcom mb leer-ingly hands a fan to o one of two laadies walking off to the righht. On the left a woman, im mmodestly déccolletée, flirts with the Prin nce of Wales. BM M Satires 111 107. Stock: 51744

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Hawk king Ride unto u St Alba an's vide Shak. 'A F Falc'ner Willliam is, wheen Harriet hawks; Witth her of tarrsels and of Lures he talks. vide Prior! 150.

[Monogram oof William Heeath - 'Paul Prry'] Esq.r Del et Sculp.t. Pub by T McLeann 26 Haymarkeet where political & otther Caricaturres are daily Publishing. P [n. d., c.1827] Etching withh very fine hannd colour. Sheeet 245 x 360mm (9¾ x 14¼"). Trim mmed to printeed border. £3220 A satire of thhe Duke of St Albans with his h new duchess, Harrriet Mellon, out o hawking. The T Duke sits on a buckingg donkey whilee his much larrger wife ridess an impressive white horse, carrying two o hawks to thee duke's one. Harriet had bbeen an actress who married d Thomas Coutts and innherited his foortune before marrying m William Aubbrey de Vere Beauclerk, B 9th h Duke of St Albans in 1827, who was 23 2 years her ju unior. By William H Heath (1794/55 - 1840), ex-C Captain of Dragoons. Frrom 1827-9 hee used the pseeudonym Paull Pry (from thee name of a chharacter in a comedy c of 18225 by John Poolle; however hiis monogram (a man holdinng an umbrella) was soon coppied by other caricaturists c (eeg Sharpshooterr), so Heath reeverted to usin ng his own name. Stock: 51580

Misirries of high life. Briskly y stooping too pick up a laadys fan at the t same mo oment, when n two other ggentlemen arre doing thee same and sso making a ccannon with your head against a both h of theirs—aand this witthout being the t happy man after aall. Miseriess of Human Life. 151.

15 52. Paddy's Nuptial Boower: _ or a peep into Lilliput, L To the Nuptial-B Bower he led her Blushing B likee the Morn. [D Dublin? c.1808.] Coloured etchin ng. 235 x 340m mm (9¼ x 13½"), paper watermarked w 18 807, with colllector's ink staamp. Top left £280 co orner of margiin missing A satire on the marriage of D Dr. Patrick Du uigenan (1 1735-1816), Professor of Coommon Law at a Dublin University. U Hav ving convertedd to Protestan ntism he beecame a prom minent Orangem man, becomin ng Grand Seecretary of thee Grand Lodgge of Ireland. This T did not prrevent him maarrying a practticing Roman Catholic, Angelina A Berry y, and permittiing her to have an in-house ch haplain. This did d not hurt hiis career, posssibly because hee was a known n dueller whosse favourite weapon w was th he blunderbusss. Th he unknown artist a has copieed Gillray's saatire 'The Nuptial-Bower' N ', featuring W William Pitt's atttempt to marry m Eleanor Eden, E daughteer of Lord Auckland, to eaase his debts, including i the grape-covered d bower and th he cherub. Frrom the satire collection off Sir W. A. Fraaser (182618 898) who, acccording to Luyyt, 'left a magn nificent co ollection of Giillray caricatuures to the Hou use of Lords'. Seee BM Satires 8985 for Gilllray's originall. Stock: 51605

15 53. A View w near Hydee Park Corner. Dighton. D ad. viv v. del.t Pub.d Feb.y 1802 by Dighton. Char.g Cross. etching. Platee 196 x 139mm Hand-coloured H m (7¾ x 5½ ½"), with very y large marginns, watermarked 1822. Old £140 in nk mss on edge of plate. A half-length portrait of Tatttersall in his ro ostrum, leeaning forward d on a large oppen book, his head in prrofile to the rig ght, his auctiooneer's hammeer in his (g gloved) right hand. h He is veery bulky and wears a ro ound hat with curved brim. T i the base of The rostrum is


the design; itt is pierced byy an arched opening to give a view of a jocckey on a gallooping horse. Edmund Tatttersall (1758-11810) was an auctioneer off race horses, w who succeedeed his father, the founder off Tattersall's, iin 1795. BM Satires: S 9901. Stock: 51705

154. Bullo ock's Museu um. 22, Picca adilly. No.18, of R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts &c. Pubb. June 1 1810 at 101 Strand; London. Hand coloureed engraving. 150 x 245mm m (6 x 9¾"). £1440 Small marginns. The interior oof Bullock's Museum, M also known as the London Musseum and the Egyptian E Hall (or Museum)), centred on a display of stuuffed animals including i an elephant, zebbra and polar bear. b William Bulllock (c.1773-11849), a traveller, naturalistt, and antiquariian, establisheed the museum m in 1812. Bui uilt at a cost of ££16,000, it conntained 15,000 0 items, collected acccording to the guidebook 'du uring seventeeen years of arduuous research at a cost of £3 30,000'. Admission w was l shilling or o 1 guinea forr an annual ticket. Over tthe years speccial exhibits in ncluded Napoleon's ccarriage, 'the superb Featherr, Cloak, and and Helmet, presented by the king of Ow wyhee to, andd worn [by] ouur Unfortunatee Circumnavig gator [Captainn James Cook]] a few days before he fell', Giovanni Battista Belzzoni's finds in Egypt, and an nd James Warrd's gigantic painnting 'Allegoryy of Waterloo'. Thomas Shotter Boyss' view of Picccadilly for 'London As It Is'' shows the exxterior of the Egyptian E Hall during the exhibition off George Catliin's 'North Am merican Indiann Portfolio'.

15 56. [The Return.] R Rowlandson. 17 788. [Pub. Jann.y 1st. 1788 by b J Harris No N 38 Dean St. Soho.] Fiine coloured etching. e Sheett 450 x 515mm m (17¾ x 20 0¼"). Trimmeed to printed bborder, losing title, nick in to op edge, several small repairred tears at ed dges. £420 One O of a series of six huntingg scenes, show wing the paarty dismounting outside a PPalladian man nsion, dog paack bottom rig ght. Stock: 45236

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Posting g in Ireland.. [&] Postin ng in Sccotland. 15 57.

M.le Magdalenaa Kremzow. (als Sylphide).

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N. d. Nat. auuf Stein gez. v. Herm. Goldb berg. Druck v . L. Sachse & Co. Berlin. Verlag V und Eig genthum von. B.J. Hirsh'd K Kunsthandlunng in Berlin Niederwallstr. 111. [n.d., c.1845.] Extremely raare & scarce tiinted lithograp ph; Sheet: 4900 x 610mm (19¼ ¼ x 24'') large margins. Threee repaired £6550 tears at top. A portrait off a female equeestrian en poin nte on the bacck of a horse cirrcling a ring. Stock: 51416

C. Loraine Smiith Esqr. _ pinnxt. [but Jamess Gillray.] Pu ublish'd April 8th 1805 [& M May 25th] by y H. Humphrey H St. James's J Streett. Paair of coloured d aquatints. Shheets 315 x 40 05mm (12¼ x 16") & 320 x 400mm (12½ ½ x 15¾"). Triimmed to £920 pllates, mounted d in album papper. A pair of very fine f coaching scenes by Jam mes Gillray saatirising Charlles Loraine Sm mith (1751-18 835), the faamous sporting g artist. BM: 110478 & 1047 79. Stock: 51674

15 58. A Steam m Coach wiith some of the t machinery m go one wrong. Something Wrong, My M Eyes Bob b, if our Parsson ha'nt lost his Living. L [H Heath after Alken?] Londonn, Pub.d by Th ho.s McLean, 26 6 Haymarket. Rare coloured etching. e Sheett 205 x 300mm m (8 x 11¾"). £290 Trrimmed to borrder, laid on aalbum sheet.


R (c.1846 - 1922), James Abbott Peercy Thomas R.E. McNeill M Whistller's first pupiil, exhibited att the Royal Academy A from 1867, electedd a member off the Royal So ociety of Pain nter-Etchers annd Engravers in i 1881. Stock: 51771

Caricatured rrepresentationn of the explossion of a steam m coach, scatteering passengeers in all directions, with thee parson's headd separated froom his body.

16 63. [Doorw way, Lamb B Building] Th he Temple. Peercy Thomas 1897. [Bristoll: Frost & Reeed?, 1897.] Ettching, signed d in pencil. 21 5 x 150mm (8 8½ x 6"), £95 with w large marg gins. Th he door of thee Lamb buildinng. A state beefore Frost & Reed's publication line. Peercy Thomas R.E. R (c.1846 - 1922), James Abbott McNeill M Whistller's first pupiil, exhibited att the Royal Academy A from 1867, electedd a member off the Royal So ociety of Pain nter-Etchers annd Engravers in i 1881.

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A Vieew of the Hoospital of Beethlehem. Vüe de l'Hôôpital de Beethlehem.

16 64. The Te emple Churcch. Peercy Thomas 1897. Publishhed at 17 Queeens Road and 8 Clare Street Bristol B by Frosst & Reed Dec.r 1st 1897. Ettching, signed d in pencil. 1800 x 225mm (7 7 x 9"), with £130 laarge margins. Th he interior of Temple Churcch A state before Frost & Reed's publication line. Peercy Thomas R.E. R (c.1846 - 1922), James Abbott McNeill M Whistller's first pupiil, exhibited att the Royal Academy A from 1867, electedd a member off the Royal So ociety of Pain nter-Etchers annd Engravers in i 1881.

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Printed for Joohn Bowles att the Black Ho orse in Cornhiil, & Carington Bowles in St Pual's Church h Yard, Londoon. [n.d, c.1760.]] Engraving. 175 x 270mm (7 x 10½"). Small margins.. £1330 View of the nnorth front off Bethlem Hospital, Moorgaate, looking acrosss the groundss from the streeet. Staffage includes streeet traders, a beggar and a bo oy cleaning shoes; Stock: 51673

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160. [King g's Walk - The T Temple..] Percy Thomaas [signed in pencil.] p [Bristo ol: Frost & Reed?, 1898..] Etching, signned by the artiist. 150 x 210m mm (6 x 8¼")), with large maargins. £1330 King's Benchh Walk, Inner Temple. Firstt complete staate. Percy Thomaas R.E. (c.18446 - 1922), Jam mes Abbott McNeill Whiistler's first puupil, exhibited d at the Royal Academy froom 1867, electted a member of the Royal Society of Paainter-Etcherss and Engraverrs in 1881. Stock: 51775

A View w of London and Westm minster, &c. frrom one Treee Hill, in Grreenwich Pa ark. Prospect de la Colline apppelle one Tree-Hill en Greenwich G Pax. 16 65.

161. [King g's Walk - The T Temple..] Percy Thomaas 1898. [Brisstol: Frost & Reed?, R 1898.] Etching, signned in pencil by b the artist. 150 x 210mm (6 £1330 x 8¼"), with large marginss. King's Benchh Walk, Inner Temple. Seco ond state, withh artist's signatture in plate, but b before Fro ost & Reed's publication liine. Percy Thomaas R.E. (c.18446 - 1922), Jam mes Abbott McNeill Whiistler's first puupil, exhibited d at the Royal Academy froom 1867, electted a member of the Royal Society of Paainter-Etcherss and Engraverrs in 1881. Stock: 51772

Tiillemans Pinx.t. Canot Scullp.t. Publish'd according to Act A of Parliam.t Nov.r 1746. Printed for Jo ohn Bowles att the Black Ho orse in Cornhiill. Fiine coloured etching. e Sheett 230 x 400mm m (9 x 15¾"). Trrimmed to image, laid on caard, inscriptio on area pasted £290 on n reverse. A view from Greenwich Parkk looking oveer the Thames to owards Greenw wich Hospitall and London. The Royal Observatory O is on far left. Stock: 51667

162. [King g's Walk - The T Temple..] Percy Thomaas [signed in pencil.] p [Bristo ol: Frost & Reed?, 1898..] Etching, unfiinished proof signed by the artist. 150 x £1330 210mm (6 x 8¼"), with larrge margins. King's Benchh Walk, Inner Temple. Unfi finished proof state.

A View w of London and Westm minster, &c. frrom One Tree Hill, in G Greenwich Park. P Vüe dee Londres, de d Westminsster, &c, du u côté de la Montagne M ap ppellée one-T Tree Hill da ans le parc dee Greenwich h. 16 66.


[after Peter T Tillemans.] Loondon Printed for Rob.t Sayyer Map & Printseller, at the Golden G Buck, near Serjeantts Inn Fleet Streeet. [n.d., c.17750.] Etching. Sheeet 175 x 280m mm (7 x 11"). Trimmed to £1660 plate. A view from m Greenwich Park P looking over o the Tham mes towards Greeenwich Hospital and Londo on. The Royal Observatory is on far left. Stock: 51658

167. Coveent Garden. [n.d., c.1780.] Engraving. S Sheet 100 x 1555mm. (4 x 6""). Trimmed £770 within plate, laid on album m paper. A rare view oof the Piazza, looking north h, with St Paull's Church on thhe left.

70. View of the Propossed S.t Kath herine's 17 Docks. D Gent. Mag. Jan 11825. Pl I. p.9. [L London, 1825..] Coloured aquattint. Sheet 2100 x 265mm (8½ x 10½"). £110 Original O folds. A bird's-eye vieew of John Reennie's plan fo or St Katherine's K Doccks, publishedd the year the plan was ap pproved by Acct of Parliameent and two yeears before co onstruction staarted. Over 12250 houses weere deemolished, inccluding the meedieval hospittal of St. Katharine, K with h over 11,300 residents eviccted. The ex xcavated earth h was transporrted to Knighttsbridge, Belgravia and Chelsea C to proovide topsoil for f the new deevelopments. The resulting docks were to oo small to bee commericallly successful Stock: 51671

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[Stok ke Newingtoon] The Nortth West Vieew of Newingtton. La Veüee de Newing gton ou Nord d Ouest. 168.

Printed for annd Sold by Heenry Overton at the White Horse withouut Newgate, London. L [n.d. c.1810.] c Coloured enggraving. 260 x 400mm (10¼ ¼ x 15¾") verry large marginns. Laid on carrd. Time stain ning. £2220 A view of Sttoke Newingtoon, Hackney, from f Clissoldd Park, with paark of the New w River in the middle distance. Stock: 51654

17 71. Exonia a. Excester. [aafter John Hoo oker.] [Leidenn: Pieter van der Aa, c.1717.] En ngraved map. 125 x 130mm m (5 x 5¼"), with w very laarge margins. Old O ink mss aand spotting in n margins. £70 Th he first town plan p of Exeterr, drawn by Jo ohn Hooker inn 15 587 and often copied, includ uding by John Speed and Braun & Hogen nberg. This veersion, publish hed in the 'D Delices de Graande Btetagne'', is derived frrom a version by y Rutger Herm mannides publlished in Amssterdam in 16 661. Stock: 51569

169. South h East View w of Copenha agen House.. [after Jefferyyes Hamett O'N Neale] Londo on: Printed forr R. Sayer andd J. Bennett, Map M and Printssellers, No 53 Fleet Street; as the Act dirrects, 20 March 1783. Coloured meezzotint. 250 x 360mm (9¾ x 14¼"). £2880 Thread marggins on three sides. A group of fiigures outsidee the house is engaged e in a game of skitttles. Jefferyes Ham mett O'Neale (1750-1801) was w a leadingg porcelain paiinter, workingg at the Chelseea Porcelain Factory c. 17755 before mooving to Worcester c.1767. He returned tto London in 1770, after wh hich he exhibited minniatures at thee Society of Artists A and produced illuustrations for books b and maagazines. Stock: 51646

17 72. The Ho on.ble Alexaander Aberccromby, One O of the Seenators of thhe College of Justice, an nd one of th he Lords Com mmissioners of Ju udiciary forr Scotland. F From a pictu ure in the Possession off Lord Craigg to whom th his Plate, is reespectfully dedicated d byy his Lordsh hip's Most Ob.t O Serv.t Alexander A Laawrie. En ngraved by G. Dawe [after Sir Henry Raaeburn]. Pu ublished Oct.rr 22. 1800 by A Alex.r Lawriee, Bookseller, Ed dinburg. Fiine mezzotint.. 510 x 355mm m (20 x 14"), with large £190 margins. m


Alexander A Abercromby (1745-1795), Lord Abercromby, younger brotther of lieuten nant-general S Sir Ralph Abercromby. The original portrait seems to date from m 1792, when Abercromby was made onne of the Lordss Commissioners of Justiciaary; this mezzo otint was not published unntil five years after a his death h.

17 75. [Sir Ca apel Molyneeux (1750-18 832), 4th Baronet.] B

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[R Robert Dighton.] [n.d., c.18220.] mm (7¾ x 5")) very large Coloured etchin ng. 195 x 130m margins. m Some surface wear,, laid on album m paper. £60 Sttaining. Owner O of Castle Dillon, Couunty Armagh. 17 76. Henricus III D. G. Francorum m et Eoniae Rex R MDLXX XXVI. Hieronymus H Wierix W sculp. [A Antwerp, n.d.,, c.1586.] En ngraving. Sheeet 60 x 80mm m (2½ x 3¼"). Trimmed to £620 pllate. Henri H III (1551-89), son of H Henri II and Catherine de' Medici, M king off the Polish-Liithuanian Com mmonwealth 15 573-5 and king of France frrom 1574 untiil his death. His H childless marriage m sparkeed the last of the t French Wars W of Religio on. He was asssassinated by Dominican monk m Jacques Clément. C Th he engraver, Hieronymus H W Wierix (1553-1619) was a ch hild prodigy, becoming b am master aged 19. Stock: 51655

173. Williiam Adam Esq. E 2.nd Fiifty. Painted by Joohn Opie R.A A. Engraved by y S.W. Reynolds. Puublished by S..W. Reynolds,, 47 Poland Street, 1804. Mezzotint. 655 x 455mm (25¾ ( x 18"), with w large margins. Smaall printer's crrease on face, others in £2880 background. William Adaam (1751-18399), Scottish baarrister, politician andd judge. He was w the son of architect Johnn Adam and neephew of Robbert and Jamess Adam. Through his friendship witth the Prince of o Wales William receeived the postss of Solicitor General G for Scotland (1802-5), Attornney General to o the Prince (1805-6), Chhancellor of thhe Duchy of Cornwall (1806615), Baron off the Scottish Court of Exch hequer (1814-9), Privy Couuncillor (18155) and Lord Ch hief Commissioner of the Scotttish jury courtt from 1815 until his deatth. Adam once sshot Charles James Fox in a duel, althouggh they became friends afterw wards. Whitma an 4, state ii of ii. Stock: 51574

Josep ph Rayner Stephens S [fa acsimile signature]. 174.

Painted by G Garside. Engraaved by W. Reeed. [n.d., c.1830.] Stipple. 230 x 150mm (9 x 6") large maargins. £995 Joseph Raynner Stephens (11805–1879), Scottish S Methodist m minister, campaaigner for facttory reform annd the anti-Poorr Law movem ment. He suppo orted the separating off the Church of o England and d the State. Stock: 51622

17 77. [Blaise Pascal.] [n n.d., c.1760.] In nk with grey wash. w Oval, 1445 x 120mm (5¾ x 4¾"). £850 Po ortrait of Blaisse Pascal (16223-62), French h mathematician, m physicist, invventor, writer and Catholic ph hilosopher, on ne of the first ttwo inventors of the mechanical m calcculator. In honnour of his sciientific co ontributions, the name Pasccal has been giiven to the SI un nit of pressuree, Pascal's Law w (an importan nt principle off hydrostatics)), Pascal's Triaangle and Passcal's Wager. Stock: 51653


18 80. [Cyrilliic title - ''Ru ussian Huntting. Chromolitho C graphs afterr drawings by b Pyotr So olokov. Seriies 2. Pu ublished by Feelten, St Peterrsburg.] [n.d., 1873.] Chromolithograaph. 490 x 6455mm (19¼ x 25½") Some crracking and brrowning, penccil mss. £160 Th he cover of Seeries 2 (of threee) of ''Russiaan Hunting'', a co ollection of tw welve scenes bby Pyotr Petrovich So olokov, publisshed by Franzz Felen. The pencil mss. traanslates the titles of the threee plates in th his part. So olokov (1821--99), a painterr of Saint Peteersburg, worked w in wateercolour, produucing portraits and hunting sccenes like thesse, as well as ssome book illu ustrations. Inn 18 877 he was a correspondent c t during the Russo-Turkish R War W and was wounded w at thee Siege of Plev ven; he was aw warded the Crross of St. Geoorge for braveery. Stock: 51608

Alexaander Roelaans I.F.IN.D D. in Eynthout E Excellentiss: Comitis de Tassis etc. Veredar: C Cesar: et Regg: Pref: Gen neral: apud Antuerpien n: Optio. Ættatis XVIII. 178.

A v Diepenbbecke delin: W. W Hollar sculp p: Londini Aoo 1655. Etching. Sheeet 125 x 85mm m (5 x 3¼"). Trimmed T to image. Slighht loss top leftt. Laid on sheeet on right £2330 margin. An oval portrrait of Alexannder Roelants aged 18. He was appointeed Imperial poostmaster for the t Netherlandds, an hereditaryy post, aged 100. Wenceslauss Hollar engraved porrtraits of severral members of o the family. Pennington 11491, state ii of o ii, with the addition of thhe title. Stock: 51656

[Cyriillic title - ''R Russian Hunting. Chromolith hographs affter drawing gs by Pyotr Solokov. Fiirst Series. 179.

Published byy Felten, St Peetersburg.] [n.d d., 1873.] Chromolithograph. 490 x 645mm 6 (19¼ x 25½") Damaged andd brittle, somee browning, pencil mss. £1660 The cover off Series 1 (of three) t of ''Russian Hunting''', a collection off twelve scenes by Pyotr Pettrovich Solokov, pubblished by Fraanz Felen. Thee pencil mss. translates thee titles of the three t plates in n this part. Solokov (18221-99), a painnter of Saint Peetersburg, worked in waatercolour, prooducing portraits and huntinng scenes like thhese, as well as a some book illustrations. In 1877 he was a correspondeent during thee Russo-Turki sh War and wass wounded at the t Siege of Pleven; P he wass awarded the Cross of St. George G for braavery. Stock: 51607

18 81. [Huntin ng the Wildd Turkey.] [b by Pyotr Petrovich Solokov .] [St Petersbu urgh: Franz Feelten, 1873.] Chromolithograaph, trimmed to image and laid on card ass issued, image 345 x 455m mm (13½ x 18""), Cyrillic £230 pu ublisher's labeel on reverse. A huntsman app proaching a ccapercaillie in a tree. A plate from Seeries 1 (of threee) of ''Russiaan Hunting'', a co ollection of tw welve scenes bby Pyotr Petrovich So olokov. Although Solokov'ss signature ap ppears in the pllate in Cyrillicc, there is no ttitle other than n the English veersion (as above), written inn pencil underr the image, traanslated from the printed coover of the serries. So olokov (1821--99), a painterr of Saint Peteersburg, worked w in wateercolour, produucing portraits and hunting sccenes like thesse, as well as ssome book illu ustrations. Inn 18 877 he was a correspondent c t during the Russo-Turkish R War W and was wounded w at thee Siege of Plev ven; he was aw warded the Crross of St. Geoorge for braveery. Stock: 51613

18 82. [Calling the hound ds.] [b by Pyotr Petrovich Solokov .] [St Petersbu urgh: Franz Feelten, 1873.] Chromolithograaph, trimmed to image and laid on card ass issued, image 345 x 455m mm (13½ x 18""), Cyrillic £230 pu ublisher's labeel on reverse. A huntsman blo ows a horn to call the hound d to a rough sh helter. A plate from Seeries 1 (of threee) of ''Russiaan Hunting'', a co ollection of tw welve scenes bby Pyotr Petrovich


Solokov. Altthough Solokoov's signature appears in thee plate in Cyrilllic, there is no title other th han the Englissh version (as abbove), writtenn in pencil und der the image,, translated froom the printedd cover of the series. Solokov (18221-99), a painnter of Saint Peetersburg, worked in waatercolour, prooducing portraits and huntinng scenes like thhese, as well as a some book illustrations. In 1877 he was a correspondeent during thee Russo-Turki sh War and wass wounded at the t Siege of Pleven; P he wass awarded the Cross of St. George G for braavery.

veersion (as above), written inn pencil underr the image, traanslated from the printed coover of the serries. So olokov (1821--99), a painterr of Saint Peteersburg, worked w in wateercolour, produucing portraits and hunting sccenes like thesse, as well as ssome book illu ustrations. Inn 18 877 he was a correspondent c t during the Russo-Turkish R War W and was wounded w at thee Siege of Plev ven; he was aw warded the Crross of St. Geoorge for braveery. Stock: 51609

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183. [Dog g Kennel.] [by Pyotr Pettrovich Solokoov.] [St Peterssburgh: Franzz Felten, 1873..] Chromolithograph, trimmeed to image an nd laid on cardd as issued, im mage 345 x 4555mm (13½ x 18"). 1 Backingg £2880 card damaged, missing lefft corner. A man uses a whip to holdd the hunting pack p back as another man pours their foood into a trou ugh, a butchereed horse behindd. A plate from m Series 2 (of three) t of ''Russian Hunting''', a collection off twelve scenes by Pyotr Pettrovich Solokov. Altthough Solokoov's signature appears in thee plate in Cyrilllic, there is no title other th han the Englissh version (as abbove), writtenn in pencil on the backboardd, translated froom the printedd cover of the series. Solokov (18221-99), a painnter of Saint Peetersburg, worked in waatercolour, prooducing portraits and huntinng scenes like thhese, as well as a some book illustrations. In 1877 he was a correspondeent during thee Russo-Turki sh War and wass wounded at the t Siege of Pleven; P he wass awarded the Cross of St. George G for braavery. Stock: 51606

18 85. [Ready y for the Hunnt.] [b by Pyotr Petrovich Solokov .] [St Petersbu urgh: Franz Feelten, 1873.] Chromolithograaph, trimmed to image and laid on card ass issued, image 345 x 455m mm (13½ x 18""), Cyrillic pu ublisher's labeel on reverse. B Bottom right corner of £350 baacking card crracked. Hunters H getting g ready to leavve for the huntt, one stroking the borrzoi who has jjumped up on n him. A plate from Seeries 2 (of threee) of ''Russiaan Hunting'', a co ollection of tw welve scenes bby Pyotr Petrovich So olokov. Although Solokov'ss signature ap ppears in the pllate in Cyrillicc, there is no ttitle other than n the English veersion (as above), written inn pencil underr the image, traanslated from the printed coover of the serries. So olokov (1821--99), a painterr of Saint Peteersburg, worked w in wateercolour, produucing portraits and hunting sccenes like thesse, as well as ssome book illu ustrations. Inn 18 877 he was a correspondent c t during the Russo-Turkish R War W and was wounded w at thee Siege of Plev ven; he was aw warded the Crross of St. Geoorge for braveery. Stock: 51610

184. [The ***ing Hun nter in the Marsh.] M [by Pyotr Pettrovich Solokoov.] [St Peterssburgh: Franzz Felten, 1873..] Chromolithograph, trimmeed to image an nd laid on cardd as issued, im mage 345 x 4555mm (13½ x 18"), 1 Cyrillic publisher's laabel on reverse. Bottom righ ht corner of £3550 backing cardd cracked. A man creeping up to a lakke, gun in han nd, restrainingg his dog. A plate from m Series 2 (of three) t of ''Russian Hunting''', a collection off twelve scenes by Pyotr Pettrovich Solokov. Altthough Solokoov's signature appears in thee plate in Cyrilllic, there is no title other th han the Englissh

18 86. [Go for r him!] [b by Pyotr Petrovich Solokov .] [St Petersbu urgh: Franz Feelten, 1873.] Chromolithograaph, trimmed to image and laid on card mm (13½ x 18""), Cyrillic ass issued, image 345 x 455m pu ublisher's labeel on reverse. C Corner of baccking card £320 crracked. A rider commands two borzooi to run. A plate from Seeries 1 (of threee) of ''Russiaan Hunting'', a co ollection of tw welve scenes bby Pyotr Petrovich So olokov. Although Solokov'ss signature ap ppears in the pllate in Cyrillicc, there is no ttitle other than n the English veersion (as above), written inn pencil underr the image, traanslated from the printed coover of the serries. So olokov (1821--99), a painterr of Saint Peteersburg, worked w in wateercolour, produucing portraits and hunting


scenes like thhese, as well as a some book illustrations. In 1877 he was a correspondeent during thee Russo-Turki sh War and wass wounded at the t Siege of Pleven; P he wass awarded the Cross of St. George G for braavery. Stock: 51615

89. The White Negro, female. 18 J. Ihle del.t. J.P Pass sculp. Pubblished as the Act directs, Ju une 1 1794. En ngraving with h fine hand collour, 185 x 12 20mm (7¼ x £80 4¾ ¾"). An A albino negreess, wearing a fur cape, hollding an axe an nd an exotic bird. The colouur highlights her h pink eyes. Drawn D by Johann Ihle for Ebbenezer Sibly's fivevo olume ''Universal System o f Natural Histtory'', 1794-6. Stock: 51664

187. [First Snow ('Fresh Snow' on o title page))] [by Pyotr Pettrovich Solokoov.] [St Peterssburgh: Franzz Felten, 1873..] Chromolithograph, trimmeed to image an nd laid on cardd as issued, im mage 345 x 4555mm (13½ x 18"), 1 Cyrillic £3550 publisher's laabel on reverse. Three borzoii chase a hare through a sno owy landscapee, followed by ttwo riders witth whips. A plate from m Series 2 (of three) t of ''Russian Hunting''', a collection off twelve scenes by Pyotr Pettrovich Solokov. Altthough Solokoov's signature appears in thee plate in Cyrilllic, there is no title other th han the Englissh version (as abbove), writtenn in pencil und der the image,, translated froom the printedd cover of the series. Solokov (18221-99), a painnter of Saint Peetersburg, worked in waatercolour, prooducing portraits and huntinng scenes like thhese, as well as a some book illustrations. In 1877 he was a correspondeent during thee Russo-Turki sh War and wass wounded at the t Siege of Pleven; P he wass awarded the Cross of St. George G for braavery. Stock: 51614

188. [First Snow - Treeing the Ly ynx.] [by Pyotr Pettrovich Solokoov.] [St Peterssburgh: Franzz Felten, 1873..] Chromolithograph, trimmeed to image an nd laid on cardd as issued, im mage 345 x 4555mm (13½ x 18"), 1 Cyrillic £3220 publisher's laabel on reverse. Three borzoii gather under a tree onto which a lynx haas tried to escappe. A plate from m Series 1 (of three) t of ''Russian Hunting''', a collection off twelve scenes by Pyotr Pettrovich Solokov. Altthough Solokoov's signature appears in thee plate in Cyrilllic, there is no title other th han the Englissh version (as abbove), writtenn in pencil und der the image,, translated froom the printedd cover of the series. Solokov (18221-99), a painnter of Saint Peetersburg, worked in waatercolour, prooducing portraits and huntinng scenes like thhese, as well as a some book illustrations. In 1877 he was a correspondeent during thee Russo-Turki sh War and wass wounded at the t Siege of Pleven; P he wass awarded the Cross of St. George G for braavery. Stock: 51611

19 90. Habits of the Amerricans. [L London, 1748..] En ngraving. 315 x 215mm (122½ x 8½"). Th hread £130 margins. m Slight crease in cenntre. A plate showing the dress off American natives, based on n the early dep pictions of thee Aztecs, the man m wearing a feather headreess and skirt, tthe woman baare-breasted. Frrom John Harris's 'Navigant ntium atque Itiinerantium Bibliotheca', orr 'Complete Coollection of Voyages V and Trravels'. Stock: 51659

Favoritta Waltz Brrazilense Pa ava Piano Forte Com Acompantiam A mento de Fla auta e Triangulo T Deedicada A Suua Altezza Real R Principe Regente de Porttugal e Brazzil Por Pedro Weldon. 19 91.

Lo ondon Printed d by Gouldingg, Phipps, D'A Almaine & co o., Music Selleers to thier Rooyal Highnessses the Prince & Princess of Wales, W 124 Neew Bond St & 7 Westmorland W St S Dublin. [n.dd., c.1810.] Rare stipple. Sh heet 195 x 3155mm (7¾ x 12 2½"). £240 Creased. Trimm med. Th he cover of a music sheet, sshowing the arrival a of Jo oao, prince reg gent of Portuggal, in Rio de Janeiro J in 18 808, having fled Napoleon'ss invasion of Portugal. P Th he publication n line is a laterr addition Stock: 51661

19 92. At Inga a, Nictherohhy. (Rio de Janeiro) J The T Sugar Lo oad, Corcovvado, and Gavia in the Distance. D Frrom a sketch by b G.L. Hall. Maclure, Maccdonald & Macgregor, M lith h. 37 Walbrook ok, London. [n n.d., c.1860.] Rare tinted litho ograph. Printeed area 210 x 270mm (8¼ x 10½") very laarge margins. Some spotting g. £480 A view of the shore at Niteróói, across Guaanabara Bay from Rio de Jan neiro, lookingg towards Sugarloaf Mountain. M


George Lothhian Hall (18255-88) travelled d around the world paintinng, visiting Brrazil in 1858. The Yale Center for Brritish Art holdds 16 of his paaintings of Gibraltar, paiinted while hee was garrison ned there as a soldier. We hhave been unaable to trace th his publicationn. Stock: 51637

193. Hong g Kong Girll. C. Wirgman 1860. Pencil and w watercolour, siggned by the arrtist in pencil.. Sheet 220 x 155mm (8¾ x 6"). Mounted d on album paper. £6550 A watercolouur of a Chinesse girl wearing g a headscarf and carrying an umbrella. Charles Wirggman (1832-991) was a Britiish illustrator who, as a corrrespondent foor the Illustratted London News, visitedd Malta, the Philippines P and d China, beforre arriving in Y Yokahama in 1861, living th here for the resst of his life. Wirgman waas present wheen the British Legation (headed by S Sir Rutherfordd Alcock, the first f British diplomat to llive in Japan) was attacked by ronin in 1861; his repport of the inciident in the IL LN included several illusttrations of the attack includiing one of thee ronin attackinng members of o the legation n. He started puublishing 'Thee Japan Punch', the followinng year; this waas the first Engglish languagee magazine in Japan and lassted until 18877, with its satiirical style mimicked byy Japanese wriiters. He also published 'A Sketch Bookk of Japan' c.18884, containin ng 39 tinted lithographs. A As well as hiss journalism he taught English and W Western art teechniques, witth pupils including thee ukiyo-e artisst Kobayashi Kiyochika K andd a young Admirral Togo. Between 18664 and 1867 Wirgman W work ked in partnership w with the Italinaa/British photographer Felicce Beato (1832--1909, regardeed as the first war photographerr), copying eaach other's worrk. Stock: 51640

19 94. [Mahattma Gandi.]] E.M. Grossman n. London 19331. Ettching, signed d by the artist iin pencil. 265 5 x 185mm (1 10½ x 7¼") veery large marggins. Slight printers' crease £980 offf image. A head & shoullders portrait, drawn from life l during Gandi's G visit to London for thhe Round Tab ble Conference in 1931. 1 Accordiing to Grossm man, Gandi on nly agreed to sit s after he disscovered that the artist had drrawn Rabindraanath Tagore,, Albert Einsteein and Benito Mussoliini. Gandi wouuld sit on the floor so Grossman G had to t work lying flat on his sto omach. Monday M was th he day of silennce, and the on nly way in which w the two men m could com mmunicate wiith one an nother was by passing notess. In n December 20 018 Sotheby'ss sold an exam mple of this ettching signed by b Gandi for ££6,875. Stock: 51650

Legati Regis Ballaggatte in urb be Goa co omitatus. Die D staet des Ambassateu urs van den Coninck C van Ballagatte bbinnen Goa. 19 95.

J.v v. Linchoten [monogram]. [ JJoann à Doetee: fec. [A Amsterdam, 15 596.] Sccarce engravin ng. 255 x 320m mm (10 x 12½ ½"). Trimmedd att sides to imag ge, laid on card rd, old ink msss. pagination. £320 'T The Ambassad dor of the Kingg of Ballagattee in Goa', sh howing him in n a sedan chairr, surrounded by guards. En ngraved by Jaan van Doetech chum for 'Histo oire de la naavigation de Jean Hugues dde Linschot Ho ollandois', Jaan Huygen van n Linschoten'ss account of th he East In ndies. Known as the ''Itineriio'', this work broke the Po ortuguese mon nopoly on thee trade routes to t the Far Eaast. Stock: 51619


Hoc H Habitu, qui e Lusitanis Nobilitate aut dignitaate clariores in India ferre conspiciunttur per plateas obequita ant. 196.

J.v. Linchoteen [monogram m]. Joann à Do oete: fec. [Amsterdam,, 1596.] Scarce engraaving. 255 x 3220mm (10 x 12½"). 1 Trimm med at sides, small loss of imagge top cornerss, laid on card,, old ink mss. pagination. £2440 A Portuguesee dignitary onn horseback, su urrounded by servants, onee of whom sheelters the riderr with a 'Sombreiro', a large parasool. Engraved byy Jan van Doettechum for 'Hiistoire de la navigation dee Jean Huguess de Linschot Hollandois', Jan Huygen vvan Linschoteen's account of the East Indies. Know wn as the ''Itinerio'', this worrk broke the Portuguese m monopoly on the t trade routees to the Far East.

19 97. Nupiar rum ritus, ett epule in Prrovincia Ballagare B sup pra Goam. J.v v. Linchoten [monogram]. [ JJoann à Doetee: fec. [A Amsterdam, 15 596.] Sccarce engravin ng. 255 x 320m mm (10 x 12½ ½"). Trimmedd att sides to imag ge, laid on card rd, old ink msss. pagination. £240 A marriage procession, with musicians plaaying pipes an nd drums. En ngraved by Jaan van Doetech chum for 'Histo oire de la naavigation de Jean Hugues dde Linschot Ho ollandois', Jaan Huygen van n Linschoten'ss account of th he East In ndies. Known as the ''Itineriio'', this work broke the Po ortuguese mon nopoly on thee trade routes to t the Far Eaast. Stock: 51621

Stock: 51620

View ws of the Neilgherries, Blue Mountaains of Coim mbetoor, Sou uthern Indiaa. Dedicated d to the Honorable the Court of o Directors of the East India Comp pany by theiir obliged annd humble Servant S The Authorr. 198.

Drawn from Nature and onn Stone by Caapt.n E.A. McC Curdy, 27th Regi. R M.N.I. Engelman, E Fraaf & Coindet, Lithog. Published byy Smith, Elderr & Co, 65 Cornhill [1831]. Oblong largee folio, originaal half calf witth marbled baack board, lack king front boaard; title, pp (iii), lithographiic title with vignette and four plates wiith large marg gins, all on chiine collé, as called for. Scarrce complete. Some spottin ng. Plate II & III very slighht worming topp left. £1800 A very rare sset of views off the Nilgiri Mountains, M parrt of the Westeern Ghats in western w Tamill Nadu. Becau use of the temperate weeather and thee spectacular scenery, s the N Nilgiri became a popular san nctuary for esccaping the sum mmer heat for the Raj Britissh. The two pagees of text conttain an introdu uction and desscriptions of the t plates. A review in ''The Asiatic Journal', Volum me 4 (1831), ddates the publlication to 183 31, describing it as 'the first attempt to exhibit the grrand mountainn scenery of th he Neilgherriees to the eye of o residents in Europe'. Abbbey Travel 456 6. Stock: 51616

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Grosvenor Prints Catalogue 90  

A new listing of fine antiquarian prints, including satire and some rare proof-state mezzotint portraits

Grosvenor Prints Catalogue 90  

A new listing of fine antiquarian prints, including satire and some rare proof-state mezzotint portraits

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