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My Bible, by William Jolly.
My Bible, by William Jolly.
London, Published July 16th 1812 by William Darton Jun.r 58 Holborn Hill.
Coloured etching. 240 x 395mm (9½ x 15½). Trimmed to plate, split in centre fold, laid on album paper.
Six scenes illustrating 12 verses of Christian morality. Centre bottom shows image of an African.
[Ref: 58498]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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Plan of the Campaign.
Plan of the Campaign.
CMF [monogram of Catherine Maria Fanshawe].
[n.d., c.1796.]
Etching with drypoint. 205 x 285mm (8 x 11¼"), watermarked 1794. Creased, tears in margins.
Three elderly men sit at a table examining a map by candlelight. On the walls are two plans of the fortifications of cities. Catherine Maria Fanshawe (1765-1834) was best known for her poetry, including the 'Riddle on the Letter H', which was originally mistakenly ascribed to Lord Byron.
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Plan of the Campaign.
Plan of the Campaign.
CMF [monogram of Catherine Maria Fanshawe].
[n.d., c.1796.]
Etching with drypoint, presentation copy. 205 x 285mm (8 x 11¼"), watermarked 1794. Ink inscription showing through from reverse in margin, spotting.
Three elderly men sit at a table examining a map by candlelight. On the walls are two plans of the fortifications of cities. A text on verso reads ''Drawn & Etch'd by Miss Fanshaw & given by her to Mrs Scott August 1796''. Catherine Maria Fanshawe (1765-1834) was best known for her poetry, including the 'Riddle on the Letter H', which was originally mistakenly ascribed to Lord Byron.
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My Mother. [&] My Father. by M. Belson.
My Mother. [&] My Father. by M. Belson.
London, Published July 22.d 1811 [& February 17th 1812] by William Darton Jun.r 58 Holborn Hill.
Pair of coloured etchings. Each sheet c. 240 x 395mm (9½ x 15½). Trimmed, splits in centre folds, laid on album paper as issued, 'Father' with repaired tears.
Two plates with six images illustrating two odes to perfect parents by women writers. 'My Mother', a poem written by Ann Taylor Gilbert (17821866, daughter of the engraver Isaac Taylor), earned a parody by Lord Byron. 'My Father' was written by Mary Belson, a prolific writer of children's books who wrote under her married name of Elliott after 1819.
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