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While some poor creatures scarce can tell  / Where they may lay their head / I have a home, wherein to dwell,  And rest upon my bed.
While some poor creatures scarce can tell / Where they may lay their head / I have a home, wherein to dwell, And rest upon my bed.
Drawn by Bouvier. Printed by Dean & Munday.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Lithograph. Sheet 160 x 160mm (6¼ x 6¼"). Trimmed close to image.
A pair of elderly vagrants with a well-dressed young girl. From 'Praise for Mercies Spiritual and Temporal', one of Dr. Isaac Watt's 'Divine Songs for Children'.
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Le Chibouk.
Le Chibouk.
Bouvier del. Régnier et Bettannier lith.
Imp. par Lemercier a Paris. [n.d. c.1845.]
Very fine & rare coloured lithograph. Sheet 375 x 272mm. 14¾ x 10¾". Cut and laid on album sheet.
Two young ladies seated relaxing by a chibouk, the long-stemmed Turkish tobacco pipe with an ornamental metal bell.
See ref:23965 for a companion print.
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La Musique.
La Musique.
Bouvier del. Régnier et Bettannier lith.
Imp. par Lemercier a Paris. [n.d. c.1845.]
Very fine & rare coloured lithograph. 330 x 266mm. 13 x 10½". Cut.
Two ladies in a garden by a fountain; one reclining with her left elbow on the fountain wall, the other with her back to viewer whilst playing a guitar. See ref:23964 for a companion print.
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I'm thine at ane-and-twenty, Tam. They snool me sair & hand me down...I'm thine at ane-and-twenty, Tam. Burns' Song.
I'm thine at ane-and-twenty, Tam. They snool me sair & hand me down...I'm thine at ane-and-twenty, Tam. Burns' Song.
Bouvier del. Printed by W. Kohler, 22, Denmark St. Soho.
London, Published by William Spooner, 377, Strand. [1800.]
Lithograph with hand-colour and added gum arabic. 361 x 260mm. 14¼ x 10¼".
It was in 1790 that Robert Burns (1759-1796) wrote his poem "Tam o' Shanter", which tells the story of a man who stayed too long at a public house and witnessed a disturbing vision on his way home. This song suggests happiness, a future of marriage and love; it appeared a year later in 1791.
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Her Royal Highness The Princess Victoria, Heiress Presumptive to the Throne of England.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Victoria, Heiress Presumptive to the Throne of England.
Drawn by Bouvier.
London: Published by William Spooner, 377, Strand. [n.d. c.1835.]
Lithograph. 266 x 178m. 10½ x 7". Trimmed.
Portrait of Princess Victoria standing half-length behind a balustrade, with a plaited topknot wreathed in flowers, with forget-me-nots (?) over lappets at side, long top and drop earrings with red-rust stones, bracelet of pearl strands with gold clasp. Queen Victoria (1819-1901) was Princess; she reigned married Prince Albert in 1877 just after she was declared Empress of India.
Ex Collection: R. Hobson of Hove.
[Ref: 25426]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Will ye go to the Indies, my Mary? I hae sworn by the heavens to my Mary...before I leave Scotia's strand. Burns' Song.
Will ye go to the Indies, my Mary? I hae sworn by the heavens to my Mary...before I leave Scotia's strand. Burns' Song.
Bouvier del. Printed by W. Kohler, 22, Denmark St. Soho.
London, Published by William Spooner, 377, Strand. [1800.]
Lithograph with hand-colour and added gum arabic. 361 x 260mm. 14¼ x 10¼".
Robert Burns (1759-1796). This particular poem was written at the time that he met Mary Campbell, in 1786, and fell in love with her. The poem suggests that they planned to emigrate to Jamaica together.
[Ref: 16285]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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