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[The Enthusiastic Reception of Mr. Palmer into Kingston June 20th 1826.
[The Enthusiastic Reception of Mr. Palmer into Kingston June 20th 1826. If ever there was a free Election is has been this.]
J.S. Alpenny June 1826.
Lithograph. Sheet 225 x 330mm (9 x 13"). Trimmed, losing title at bottom and into printed border at top, stains. Old ink mss obscuring the text of a banner (''Palmer for Independence''), and added numeral bottom right.
A view of Kingston Market, with a crowd celebrating the election of Charles Nicholas Pallmer (1772-1848). Pallmer, a Whig, was a slave-owner in the West Indies. As M.P. Ludershall, (181517) he fought against William Wilberforce's slave registry bill. After becoming MP for Surrey in this election he campaigned for not only for compensation for slave-owners should ownership be banned but also Catholic emancipation. He did not contest the 1830 election, claiming 'health reasons' but in reality he was heavily in debt. He fled to Europe before he was made bankrupt the following year.
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[Richmond Hill] Richmond Vicinity N.º 1.
[Richmond Hill] Richmond Vicinity N.º 1.
J.S.A. [Joseph Samuel Alpenny] 1826.
Published by J.S. Alpenny, Church Row, Richmond 1826.
Rare lithograph. Sheet 245 x 375mm (9½ x 14¾"). Some staining on left.
A locally-published view of Richmond Hill from beside the Thames in Petersham Meadows. Joseph Samuel Alpenny (originally Halfpenny, 1787-1858), was a Dublin-born artist and printmaker who settled in Richmond c.1823.
Gascoigne 467.
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View from Richmond Hill.
View from Richmond Hill.
J.S.A. J.S. Alpenny del. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Published by James Darnill, Richmond and R. Ackermann, Strand, 1832.
Lithograph on chine collé. Sheet 150 x 200mm (6 x 8"), very large margins. Backing sheet with two small tears, spotted in margins.
The view from Richmond Hill from the top of Nightingale Lane, with the wall of the grounds of The Wick (still extant, although here without the conservatory). First published by the artist, Joseph Samuel Alpenny (originally Halfpenny, 1787-1858), a Dublin-born artist and printmaker who settled in Richmond c.1823.
Gascoigne 470.
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