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I am, my dear Dr. Clarke yours most truly, James Everett [facsimile manuscript and signature.]
I am, my dear Dr. Clarke yours most truly, James Everett [facsimile manuscript and signature.]
Henry Anelay. W.H. Egleton.
Printed by Mitchell, Lovell's Court, Paternoster Row [n.d., c.1860].
Stipple engraving, 290 x 230mm. 11½ x 9". Light foxing.
James Everett (1784 - 1872), miscellaneous writer. In August 1849 he was formally expelled from the Weslyan conference and was in 1857 elected the first president of the assembly of the ‘United Methodist Free Church.’ After Henry Anelay (1817 - 1883), draughtsman on wood, painter and illustrator.
[Ref: 9087]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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Father Mathew.
Father Mathew. The People's Portrait Gallery.
By H. Anelay.
The People's Journal. Aug. 15, 1846.
Wood engraving with two sheets of letterpress. Sheet: 250 x 165mm (9¾ x 6½").
A portrait with letterpress biography of the Rev. Theobald Mathew (1790-1846).
[Ref: 47380]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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Robert Moffat [facsimile signature],
Robert Moffat [facsimile signature], On board the Royal Sovereign at London Bridge acknowledging the farewell salute of his friends, on the Morning of his departure for Africa, 30th January 1843.
Henry Anelay delt J.H. Lynch lirh.
London, Published by John Snow, 35, Paternoster Row. M & N Hanhart lith. Printers.
Rare lithograph (image on india), sheet 505 x 355mm (20 x 14"). Repaired tears.
Robert Moffat (1795-1883), missionary in Africa and linguist. A pioneer of protestant missionary activity among the Tswana of southern Africa under the aegis of the London Missionary Society (LMS) and the first transcriber of seTswana, Moffat had an important influence in Africa between 1817 and 1870. He helped to open the ‘missionary road’ from the Cape north-eastward, which was important in southern African imperial politics. He also helped to shape British conceptions of southern Africa before the South African War, extolling British imperial rule, criticizing Afrikaners (Boers), and portraying Africans as in need of Christianity and civilization. Portrait commemorating Moffat's departure for South Africa (after nearly four years in Britain) in 1843.
[Ref: 41276]   £320.00  
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