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1Title:  A memoir, addressed to the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce, on the planting and rearing of forest-trees   
 Creator:  Withers, W. (William) | Shalders, James, active 1810-1829 | Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green | Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce (Great Britain) 
 Publication:  Printed by James Shalders, and sold by Messrs. Longman and Co., Paternoster-Row, London, and all other booksellers, Holt, 1827. 
 Notes:  Signatures: B-Fp4s NUC pre-1956 lists this title as consisting of 40 p 
 Extent:  40 p. ; 22 cm. (4to) 
 Subjects:  Tree planting | Trees -- Fertilizers | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century

 
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2Title:  The beauties of occult science investigated;, or,, The celestial intelligencer: in two parts. : Part the first containing a plain, easy, and comprehensive introduction to astrology, with all the requisites for obtaining a familiar and general knowledge of the science; a new table of ascensional differences for thirty degrees of declination to the poles of the houses for the British metropolis; and many other particulars never before published. : Part the second containing the method of calculating, directing, and judging nativities, both according to the Argolian system and the doctrine of Ptolemy: the whole illustrated by the nativities of several eminent personages, viz. Lewis XVI (late King of France), Napoleon Bonaparte, and several others never before made public   
 Creator:  White, Thomas. | Woods, Ella N. 
 Publication:  Printed for and published by Anne Davis, 2, Albion Buildings, Aldersgate Street; and J. S. Dickson, 18, Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row, Printed by John Browne, Cheap-Street, London, Bath, 1811 
 Notes:  Half-title reads: "The celestial intelligencer; or the beauties of science investigated." Caption and running title: "The celestial intelligencer." Spine title: "White's Occult science." Printer statement from colophon Plate consists of folded table; text includes diagrams and tables 
 Extent:  [4], vii, [8]-436 p., [1] folded leaf of plates : table ; 20 cm 
 Subjects:  Astrology | Manuals (Handbooks) Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Bookplates (Provenance) United States

 
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3Title:  Remarks on the present system of road making: with observations, deduced from practice and experience, with a view to a revision of the existing laws, and the introduction of improvement in the method of making, repairing, and preserving roads, and defending the road funds from misapplication   
 Creator:  McAdam, John Loudon, 1756-1836 | McAdam, John Loudon, Selections., 1756-1836 | Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown 
 Publication:  Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster Row, London, 1820. 
 Notes:  Caption title: "Remarks on roads." Spine label: "M'Adam on roads." Appendix includes "Extracts from Observations on the highways of the kingdom ... presented to a committee of the House of Commons, and printed by order of the House, 14th June, 1811" (cf. Goldsmiths' lib. #21568); and a report to the Board of Agriculture, undated but after January 1820 (internal evidence): p. [33]-57 First published Bristol, 1816; cf. Kress Lib. #B.6739, Goldsmiths'-Kress lib. #21568; RLIN In original gray paste boards, drab paper back, printed paper spine label Includes bibliographical references 
 Extent:  196 p. ; 24 cm 
 Subjects:  Roads -- Design and construction | Roads -- Great Britain | Macadam roads | Roads -- Great Britain -- Finance | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Pasteboard (Binding) Great BRitain 19th century

 
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4Title:  The letters of Lord Nelson to Lady Hamilton: with a supplement of interesting letters   
 Creator:  Nelson, Horatio NelsonViscount, 1758-1805 | Hamilton, EmmaLady, 1765-1815 | Hamilton, EmmaLady, 1765-1815 | Nelson, Horatio NelsonViscount, 1758-1805 | Hamilton, WilliamSir, 1730-1803 | Hamilton, WilliamSir, 1730-1803 | Davison, Alexander, 1750-1829 | Davison, Alexander, 1750-1829 | Greville, Charles Francis, 1749-1809 | Greville, Charles Francis, 1749-1809 | Sidmouth, Henry AddingtonViscount, 1757-1844 | Lasell, Eldridge L. | Lasell, Diane L. | Lasell, David | Lasell, Diane L. | Iltis, Sarah Lasell | Iltis, Ron | Macdonald and Son | Thomas Lovewell & Co 
 Publication:  Printed by Macdonald and Son, Smithfield, for Thomas Lovewell & Co., Staines House, Barbican, and sold by all the booksellers, London, 1814 
 Notes:  With half titles Vol. I: xii, 273, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates; v. II: viii, [2], [5]-264 p Includes 60 letters from Nelson to Emma Hamilton; 4 from him to others; 12 from him to Sir William Hamilton; 12 from Hamilton to Nelson and 12 to Emma Hamilton; 25 from 5 others to Emma Hamilton; 2 from Emma Hamilton to Nelson; 1 each from Emma Hamilton to Henry Addington, Charles Greville, and Alexander Davison; and 3 from Davison and 1 from Greville to Emma Hamilton In original gray boards; price information on spine label 
 Extent:  2 v. : port. ; 22 cm 
 Subjects:  Hamilton, Emma, -- Lady, -- 1765-1815 | Letters Great Britain 19th century | Book prices (Publishing) Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Boards (Binding) Great Britain 19th century

 
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5Title:  London lyrics   
 Creator:  Locker-Lampson, Frederick, 1821-1895 | Locker, Ione | Crotty, Homer D.Mrs | Crotty, Homer D. | Kegan Paul, Trench & Co | Chiswick Press | C. Whittingham and Co 
 Publication:  Kegan Paul, Trench & Co, Chiswick Press: C. Whittingham and Co., Tooks Court, Chancery Lane, London, MDCCCLXXXV [1885] 
 Notes:  Printer statement from colophon "The tenth edition published in England. There have been also three American editions, and a fourth privately printed by the Bookfellows' Club, New York. The portrait by Mr. J. E. Millais first appeared in the edition of 1868"--Half title verso Frontispiece portrait has author's facsimile signature; with guard sheet; included in paging Title page in red and black; with title vignette Also issued in a limited edition on large paper In publisher's gold-printed cloth covers 
 Extent:  xi, [1], 146, [2] p. : port. ; 17 cm 
 Subjects:  English poetry | Poems Great Britain 19th century | Publishers' cloth bindings (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century

 
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6Title:  The literary souvenir;, or,, Cabinet of poetry and romance   
 Creator:  Watts, Alaric Alexander, 1797-1864 | Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834 | Crotty, Homer D.Mrs | Crotty, Homer D. | Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green | Bradbury & Co 
 Publication:  Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, & Green, Printed by Bradbury & Co., Bolt Court, Fleet Street, London, 1828. 
 Notes:  Added, engraved t.p. Printer statement from t.p. verso and colophon. Added t.p., engraved head piece and tail piece included in list of plates as plates II, XIII, XIV. Publisher's advertisements on final leaf Vol. 4 in the annual series begun in 1825 under the title above; published 1829-1834 with title: "The literary souvenir;" in 1835 as "The literary souvenir, and cabinet of modern art (new ser.)"; and in 1836-1837 and 1842 as "The Cabinet of modern art, and literary souvenir (2nd-3rd series)." Includes Coleridge's "Youth and age;" with note added to preface that the editor "received it from the author, as a contribution to the Literary Souvenir", even though it "is about to be published in another annual work." 
 Extent:  [2], xxii, 406, [2] p., XIV [i.e. 11] leaves of plates : ill., ports. ; 21 cm 
 Subjects:  English literature -- 19th century | Gift books Great Britain 19th century | Fiction Great Britain 19th century | Poems Great Britain 19th century | Anthologies Great Britain 19th century | Publishers' advertisements Great Britain 19th century | Vellum bindings (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century

 
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7Title:  Mediaeval researches from eastern Asiatic sources: Fragments towards the knowledge of the geography and history of central and western Asia from the 13th to the 17th century   
 Creator:  Bretschneider, E., 1833-1901 | Bretschneider, E., 1833-1901 | Bretschneider, E., 1833-1901 | Bretschneider, E., 1833-1901 | Bretschneider, E., 1833-1901 | Lasell, Eldridge L. | Lasell, Diane L. | Lasell, David | Lasell, Diane L. | Iltis, Sarah Lasell | Iltis, Ron | Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co | Percy Lund, Humphries & Co. Ltd 
 Publication:  Kegan Paul, Trench, Trèubner & Co., Ltd., Broadway House: 68-74 Carter Lane E.C, By Percy Lund, Humphries & Co. Ltd., 12 Bedford Square, W.C.1 and at Bradford, London, Made and printed in Great Britain, [1887?] 
 Notes:  Printer statement from t.p. verso Series statement from half title, cover and spine Projected date from preface, dated December 7, 1887; later reprints dated 1888; cf. RLIN "[A] carefully revised and improved edition of three ... essays, gathered into one collection"--pref. The essays were called: "Notes on Chinese mediaeval travellers to the West." 1875; "Notices of the mediaeval geography and history of central and western Asia." 1876; and "Chinese intercourse with the countries of central and western Asia during the fifteenth century." 1877 Each volume has a frontispiece folded map bound in as a plate Includes bibliographical references and index 
 Extent:  2 v. : maps (1 col.) ; 24 cm 
 Subjects:  Early maps | Discoveries in geography -- Chinese | Asia -- Historical geography | Asia -- Discovery and exploration | Exploration literature 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Publishers' cloth bindings (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Annotations (Provenance)

 
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8Title:  The Melodist, and mirthful olio: an elegant collection of the most popular songs, recitations, glees, duets, &c. &c. intermixed with many originals and some of the most favorite of Dibdin, Moncrieff, &c. : Embellished with humorous wood engravings. : Vol. I[-IV]   
 Creator:  Arliss, H. | Arliss, H. | Kotkin, Bernard | Kotkin, BernardMrs 
 Publication:  Printed and published by H. Arliss, 35, Cutter Lane, Cheapside, London, 1828[-1829]. 
 Notes:  Text only Includes portrait frontispieces, large head pieces to some of the poems, and tail pieces Each volume contains "A brief sketch of the life of..." the subject of the frontispiece With indexes in each volume 
 Extent:  4 v., [4] leaves of plates : ill., ports. ; 16 cm 
 Subjects:  Paton, Susannah | Harley, John Pritt | Humorous songs -- Texts | Songs, English -- Texts | Folk songs, English -- Texts | Songs Great Britain 19th century | Boards (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century

 
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9Title:  Lenore   
 Alt. Title:  Lenore. English   
 Creator:  Bèurger, Gottfried August, 1747-1794 | Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, 1828-1882 | Rossetti, William Michael, 1829-1919 | Ellis & Elvey | Hazell, Watson & Viney 
 Notes:  Bèurger's Lenore, a German ballad written in 1773, had great influence on subsequent vampire literature. In Lenore, a young woman anxiously awaits the return of her fiance, William, from the Battle of Prague. After a brief argument with God, Lenore is visited by a man on horseback who claims to be William. He takes her to a cemetery, and as they arrive, the figure reveals himself as Death over the grave of her fiance William. Lenore is punished with her own death for arguing with God. Dante Gabriel Rossetti's first attempt at translation, made at the age of sixteen. Half-title: Bèurger's Lenore. "Edited by W.M. Rossetti."--Prefatory note. Printer statement from colophon. "Twenty-five copies printed of this edition ..."--Page [2]. 
 Extent:  15, [1] pages, [1], 19-35 leaves ; 27 cm 
 Subjects:  German poetry -- 18th century -- Translations into English | Death -- Poetry | Paranormal poetry | Limitation statements (Publishing) Great Britain 19th century | Publishers' cloth bindings (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Unopened books (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century

 
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10Title:  A tour through the upper provinces of Hindostan: comprising a period between the years 1804 and 1814: with remarks and authentic anecdotes. : To which is annexed, A guide up the river Ganges, with a map from the source to the mouth   
 Creator:  Deane, A.Mrs | Deare, A.Mrs | Gilbert, Richard, 1794-1852 | Lasell, Eldridge L. | Lasell, Diane L. | Lasell, David | Lasell, Diane L. | Iltis, Sarah Lasell | Iltis, Ron | C. & J. Rivington 
 Publication:  Printed for C. & J. Rivington, St. Paul's Church-Yard, and Waterloo-Place, Pall-Mall, Printed by R. Gilbert, St. John's Square, London, 1823. 
 Notes:  Author identified as "Mrs. A. Deane" in BM, NUC pre-1965, RLIN, and by ms. name on t.p. following initials "A.D."; listed as "Mrs. A. Deare" in Halkett & Laing Printer statement from t.p. verso and colophon Signatures: ap6s, B-Tp8s, Up2s "A guide up the river Ganges, from Calcutta to Cawnpore, Futteh Ghur, Meerat, &c.; with the correct distance of every station, and what their produce" (section title); includes also: Vocabulary adapted to the tour; Vocabulary adapted to the voyage--p. [265]-291 With publisher's advertisement ([1] p. at end) 
 Extent:  xii, 291, [1] p., [1] folded leaf of plates : map ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  India -- Description and travel | India -- History -- 19th century | Ganges River (India and Bangladesh) -- Description and travel | Travel literature 19th century | Publishers' advertisements Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century

 
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11Title:  Captain Cook's journal during his first voyage round the word made in H.M. bark "Endeavour" 1768-71: a literal transcription of the original mss. : with notes and introduction   
 Creator:  Cook, James, 1728-1779 | Wharton, W. J. L. (William James Lloyd), 1843-1905 | Stock, Elliot | Stock, Elliot | Coode, Trevenen Penrose | Lasell, Eldridge L. | Lasell, Diane L. | Lasell, David | Lasell, Diane L. | Iltis, Sarah Lasell | Iltis, Ron 
 Publication:  Elliot Stock, 62 Paternoster Row, Printed by] Elliot Stock, 62 Paternoster Row, London, 1893 
 Notes:  Printer statement from colophon With half title: "Captain Cook's journal. First voyage." Section title (p. lv): "A journal of the proceedings of His Majesty's bark Enveavour, on a voyage round the world, by Lieut. James Cook, commander, commencing the 25th of May, 1768." Plates include 7 folded maps and charts; 3 of these are in pocket at end Frontispiece portrait of Cook, with his facsimile signature; text also includes two facsimile leaves of journal entries Complementary vignettes (publisher's devices) on half title verso and at colophon Prefatory material includes a life of Cook (p. [xvii]-liv) First printing of Wharton's edition of Cook's journal, complete with all illustrations; cf. Sabin and Brunet for listing original journal Includes bibliographical references and index 
 Extent:  lvi, 400 p., [12] leaves of plates (7 folded) : ill., charts, facsims., maps, port. ; 27 cm 
 Subjects:  Cook, James, -- 1728-1779 | Cook, James, -- 1728-1779 -- Travel | Endeavour (Ship) | Voyages around the world | Oceania -- Discovery and exploration | Diaries | Travel literature | Printers' devices (Publishing) Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Bookplates (Provenance)

 
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12Title:  Poetical and dramatic works of Thomas Randolph of Trinity College Cambridge: Now first collected and edited from the early copies and from mss. with some account of the author and occasional notes   
 Creator:  Randolph, Thomas, 1605-1635 | Hazlitt, William Carew, 1834-1913 | Payne, Cornelius | Payne, Cornelius | Smith, Paul Jorden, 1885- | Jordan-Smith, Paul, 1885-1971 | Hazlitt, William Carew, 1834-1913 | James Ballantyne and Co 
 Publication:  Printed for private circulation, Printed by Ballantyne and Company, London, Edinburgh and London, 1875 
 Notes:  Printer statement from half title versos and colophons Paged continuously Title pages in black and red Printed on vellum Includes bibliographical references 
 Extent:  2 v. (xxiv, 680 p.), [2] leaves of plates : ill., port. ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Randolph, Thomas, -- 1605-1635 | Plays Great Britain | Poems Great Britain | Privately published books (Publishing) Great Britain 19th century | Pasteboard (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Armorial bookplates (Provenance) Great Britain | Bookplates (Provenance) Great Britain

 
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13Title:  Notes on Mexico, made in the autumn of 1822: Accompanied by an historical sketch of the revolution, and translations of official reports on the present state of that country   
 Creator:  Poinsett, Joel Roberts, 1779-1851 | Miller, John, active 18th century-19th century | Leon, N. | Benedict, Margaret S. | Shackell and Arrowsmith (Firm) 
 Publication:  John Miller, 5, New Bridge Street, Printed by] Shackell and Arrowsmith, Johnson's-Court, Fleet-Street, London, MDCCCXXV [1825] 
 Notes:  Printer statement from t.p. verso and colophon Appendix: 1 leaf, 138 p. at end Includes half title; index First published by Carey and Lea, Philadelphia, 1824; cf. RLIN, LC, Sabin 63692, Shoemaker 17655 
 Extent:  viii, 298, [2], 138 p., [1] folded leaf of plates : map ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Mexico -- Description and travel | Mexico -- History -- Wars of Independence, 1810-1821 | Translations 19th century | Boards (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Bookplates (Provenance)

 
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14Title:  Playhouse impressions   
 Creator:  Walkley, Arthur Bingham, 1855-1926 | Unwin, T. Fisher (Thomas Fisher), 1848-1935 | Ford, Harrison, 1894-1957 | Gresham Press | Unwin Brothers (Firm) | Metz Chandler Estate 
 Publication:  T. Fisher Unwin, Paternoster Square, The Gresham Press, Unwin Brothers, London, Chilworth and London, MDCCCXCII [1892] 
 Notes:  Printer statement from colophon With half title; publisher's device on its verso Includes small amount of music (p. 246) "This is a book of reprints. About half the articles are from the Speaker; the rest (except one from Black and White, and a fragment from the Illustrated London News) are from the National Observer and the Star"--prefatory note 
 Extent:  viii, 261, [1] p. : music ; 18 cm 
 Subjects:  Drama -- History and criticism | Theater -- England | Essays Great Britain 19th century | Printers' devices (Publishing) Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Bookplates (Provenance)

 
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15Title:  Picturesque representations of the dress and manners of the Russians: Illustrated in sixty-four coloured engravings, with descriptions   
 Creator:  Alexander, William, 1767-1816 | McLean, T. (Thomas) | Metz Chandler Estate 
 Publication:  Printed for Thomas M'Lean, Haymarket by Howlett and Brimmer, Frith Street, Soho, London, [between 1828 and 1830?] 
 Notes:  On cover (paper label): "Costume of Russia. Sixty-four coloured engravings. Three guineas." Spine title: "Costumes Russia." Probable date from watermarks (latest 1828) and reference in note in J. R. Abbey's Travel, no. 245 ("published ca. 1820, and possibly also 1823 ... and 1830") Text attributed to William Alexander by the British Museum Plates copied from edition published in larger format, probably from the reprint of 1804 of the first edition, with 73 plates and and descriptions in English and French, under title: "The costume of the Russian Empire ... London : Printed for W. Miller ... by S. Gosnell, 1803"; first published in smaller format under present title: London : Printed for John Murray ..., by W. Bulmer and Co., 1814 (cf. Abbey, J.R., Travel, no. 244 note, 245 note, 534) The hand-colored engravings, unsigned and without imprint, are smaller aquatint copies of the original stipple engravings, with the same descriptions (in English only). Plates copied from series begun at St. Petersburg in 1776, finished in 1779; cf. RLIN 8 preliminary pages include t.p., dedication, preface and list of plates; all other text is descriptive pages following each plate Each plate has guard sheet, without letterpress, not included in pagination. Plate 1 bound in as frontispiece 
 Extent:  [136] p., 64 leaves of plates : col. ill. ; 26 cm 
 Subjects:  Costume -- Russia -- History -- 18th century | Russia -- Social life and customs -- 1533-1917 | Russia -- Pictorial works | Illustrated works 18th century | Book prices (Publishing) Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century

 
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16Title:  Picturesque representations of the dress and manners of the Turks: Illustrated in sixty coloured engravings. With descriptions   
 Creator:  Dalvimart, Octavian. | Alexander, William, 1767-1816 | McLean, T. (Thomas) | Metz Chandler Estate 
 Publication:  Printed for T. M'Lean, Haymarket; by Howlett and Brimmer, Frith Street, Soho, London, [1814?] 
 Notes:  On cover (paper label): "Costume of Turkey. Sixty coloured engravigns. Three guineas." "The drawings, from which these plates have been engraved, were made ... about four years ago, by Monsieur Dalvimart"--P. iv The text has been attributed to William Alexander. Cf. H. Hiler. Bibl. of costume, 1939, p. 16 Another version published in larger size in 1802 with title: "The costume of Turkey." Abbey lists edition with this imprint as being a later reprint of 1804 edition, published "probably about 1820." Includes full-page hand-colored illustrations; each plate accompanied by leaf of descriptive text and by guard-sheet (not included in pagination) 
 Extent:  [2], iv p., [60] leaves, 60 leaves of plates : chiefly col. ill. ; 26 cm 
 Subjects:  Costume -- Turkey -- History -- 18th century | Turkey -- Social life and customs | Turkey -- Pictorial works | Illustrated works 18th century | Book prices (Publishing) Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century

 
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17Title:  Remarks on secular & domestic architecture, present & future   
 Creator:  Scott, George GilbertSir, 1811-1878 | Clark, Alson, 1921- | Clark, Alson, 1921- | John Murray (Firm) 
 Publication:  John Murray, Albemarle-Street, Printed by Messrs. Parker, Cornmarket, London, Oxford, 1858. 
 Notes:  Printer statement from t.p. verso and colophon Title page in black and red; large engraved title vignette Includes unpaged leaf of advertising and 32-p. publisher's catalog at end First published 1857; cf. RLIN 
 Extent:  xii, 290, [2], 32 p. ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Gothic revival (Architecture) | Architecture, Domestic -- England | Architecture, Gothic | Publishers' catalogs Great Britain 19th century | Publishers' advertisements Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Bookplates (Provenance) 19th century | Presentation copies (Provenance) 19th century | Presentation inscriptions (Provenance) 19th century

 
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18Title:  The new drawing magazine, 1814   
 Creator:  Merigot, James. | Merigot, James | Merigot, James | Merigot, James. | G. and S. Robinson 
 Publication:  Printed for G. and S. Robinson, Paternoster Row, London], March 1, 1814. 
 Notes:  In six numbers, possibly with 5 plates each; here irregularly paginated ; text describes corresponding plates in volume Possibly a sample intended as a prospectus for "The amateur's portfolio," issued beginning in 1821 in 24 monthly numbers, each with 5 plates. Cf. RLIN Pictorial colored t.p.; author listed as both "del't et sculp't." Plates (7 colored) dated from March 1 1814 to August 1, 1814 Spine title: "Drawing magazine." 
 Extent:  [2], iii, [1], 10, [5]-8, [11]-16, [9]-10, 23-26, [13]-16, 27-30, [17]-20 p., [21] leaves of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm 
 Subjects:  Drawing -- Study and teaching | Drawing -- Technique | Drawing books -- Specimens | Drawing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Drawing books Great Britain 19th century | Illustrated works Great Britain 19th century | Prospectuses Great Britain 19th century | Manuals (Handbooks) Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century

 
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19Title:  A description of a patent hot-house: which operates chiefly by the heat of the sun, without the aid of flues, or tan bark, or steam, for the purpose of heating it. : To which is added, an appendix, containing remarks upon a letter from T.A. Knight ... on the subject of Mr. Forsyth's plaster   
 Creator:  Anderson, James, 1739-1808 | Anderson, James, 1739-1808 | Knight, T. A. (Thomas Andrew), 1759-1838 | Cumming, John(Publisher) | Gosnell, Samuel 
 Publication:  Printed for J. Cumming, No. 40, Holborn Hill, S. Gosnell, Printer, Little Queen Street, Hoborn, London, 1803. 
 Notes:  Half title: "Description of Dr. Anderson's patent hot-house." Spine title: "A patent hot-house." Printer statement from half title verso and colophon Appendix has caption title: "Remarks upon a pamphlet, entitled, 'Some doubts relating to the efficacy of Mr. Forsyth's plaster, in filling up the holes of trees, ascribed to it by Dr. Anderson and Mr. Forsyth; in a letter to Dr. Anderson, from Thomas Andrew Knight, Esq.'" Errata: at foot of p. 248 Publisher's list of author's works: [2] p. at end 
 Extent:  x, [2], 246 [i.e. 248], [4] p. : plan ; 20 cm 
 Subjects:  Knight, T. A. -- (Thomas Andrew), -- 1759-1838. -- Some doubts relating to the efficacy of Mr. Forsyth's plaster | Forsyth, William, -- 1737-1804 | Greenhouses -- Great Britain -- Design and construction | Greenhouses -- Heating and ventilation -- Great Britain | Greenhouse gardening | Conservatories | Glass construction | Errata lists (Publishing) Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century

 
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20Title:  A grammar of botany: illustrative of artificial, as well as natural, classification, : with an explanation of Jussieu's system   
 Creator:  Smith, James Edward, 1759-1828 | Taylor, Richard | Forster, Edward, 1769-1828 | Smith, James Edward, 1759-1828 | Smith, James Edward, 1759-1828 | Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green 
 Publication:  Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Paternoster-Row, Printed by Richard Taylor, Shoe-Lane, London, 1826. 
 Notes:  Printer statement from t.p. verso and colophon, both with printer's device Includes index All illustrations are plates First published 1821; cf. Pritzel, RLIN Intended as complement to 5th edition of author's "An Introduction to physiological and systematical botany;" cf. preface 
 Extent:  xxii, 240 p., XXI leaves of plates : col. ill. ; 25 cm 
 Subjects:  Jussieu, Antoine Laurent de, -- 1748-1836 | Plants -- Classification | Manuals (Handbooks) Great Britain 19th century | Printers' devices (Publishing) Great Britain 19th century | Pasteboard (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Untrimmed edges (Binding) Great Britain 19th century | Authors' presentation copies (Provenance) Great Britain 19th century | Authors' presentation inscriptions (Provenance) Great Britain 19th century

 
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