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Portraits: Raphael and La Fornarina, after Raphael, by Raphael Morghen; Titian and his Mistress, after Titian, by Vandyke; Rembrandt, after himself, by Earlom; Bindo Altovitii, after Titian, on stone, by Hackenecker; Monna Lisa, moglie di Fr. del Giocondo, after Da Vinci, on stone, by Lecomte; Vandyke, after himself, on stone, by Winterhalher; N. Coustou, by Dupuis; Guil. Coustou, by l'Armessin; Robert de Cotte, by Drevet; Ant. Coyzevox, by Audran; P. Dupuis, by Ant. Masson; Herb. Vander Eynden, after Vandyke, by Vosterman; C. de la Fosse, by Duchange; Fr. Girardon, by Duchange; Cl. Halle, by l'Armessin; P. de Jode, jun., after Vandyke, by De Jode; J. Jouvenet, by Trouvrain; N. de Largillière, by Dupuis; Raph. Morghen, by L. Bardi, and Bardi himself; J. Nogari, by Marcus; Hyac. Rigaud, by Daulle; P. P. Rubens, after Vandyke, by Visscher; F. Verdier, by Desrochers; L. da Vinci; a Head, after Vandyke, by M'Ardell; after Piazzetta, by J. C. Leopold; Cunne Shote, an Indian Chief, by M'Ardell; Statue of Cicero, by Worlidge; Rossini, on stone, by Constans; Paganini, on stone, by Kriechuber; Talma, after Picat, by Lignon; Madlle. Mars, on stone, by Constans and by Weber; Mde. Pasta, on stone, by Bellard; Antonia Bianchi, on stone, by Kriechuber; Madlle. Cinti, on stone; Five Greek Chiefs, by Fridel, and Gen. L. Pfyffer de Wyher. (Coll. of Prints, Vol. XI.)

Portraits after Sir Thos. Lawrence: of K. William IV. (Q. Adelaide, after Sir W. Beechey), Duke of York, Duke of Wellington, Marquess of Clydesdale and Lady Susan Hamilton, Earl Grey, Countess Grey and her Daughters (now Ladies Durham and E. Bulteel), Countess Gower and Lady E. Levison Gower, Lady Dover and her son Hon. Agar Ellis, Ladies Burghersh, Lady Georgiana Fane, Hon. Master Lambton, Sir Robert and Lady Peel, Sir H. Davy, Sir Thomas Lawrence and Miss Bloxam and Susan (his Nieces), Mrs. Wolff, a study (Mrs. Newdigate), the Daughters of C. B. Calmady, Esq. Miss Macdonald, Miss Croker, a study (a Lady);-Duke of Reichstadt, Cardinal Gonsalvi, La Comtesse de Lieven;-Hamlet, Little Red Riding-Hood, and Rural Amusement.

(Coll. of Prints, Vol. XII.)


Evelyn's (John) Sculptura; or, the History and Art of Chalcography and Engraving on Copper; with an ample enumeration of the most renowned Masters. To which is annexed, a new manner of Engraving in mezzotinto, communicated by Prince Rupert. Small 8vo; with the Plate etched by Prince Rupert. London, 1662 (and in Misc. Works).

Ottley's (W. Y.) Inquiry into the Origin and early History of Engra

ving upon Copper and in Wood, with an Account of Engravers and their Works, from the invention of Chalcography to the time of Marc' Antonio Raimondi. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1816.

Dibdin (T. F.) on the Origin of Engraving, &c. (Ames's Typ. Antiquities, Vol. I.)

Landseer's (John) Lectures on the Art of Engraving. 8vo. London, 1807.

Gilpin's (Wm.) Essay on Prints. 8vo. London, 1802.

Heinecken (le Baron), Idée générale d'une Collection Complète d'Estampes, avec une Dissertation sur l'Origine de la Gravure, et sur les premiers Livres d'Images. 8vo. Leipsic, 1771.

Heinecken (le Baron), Dictionnaire des Artistes dont nous avons des Estampes, avec une Notice détaillée de leurs ouvrages gravés. 4 vols. 8vo. Leipsic, 1778-90.

Strutt's (Joseph) Biographical Dictionary of Engravers, from the earliest period of the Art; a short List of their Works, with the Cyphers, Monograms, and particular Marks, used by each Master. To which is prefixed, an Essay on the Rise and Progress of Engraving, both on Copper and Wood. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1785.

W. Ford, of Manchester's, copy, enriched with numerous marginal MS. remarks and additions.

Bartch (Adam), le Peintre Graveur. 21 vols. 8vo. Vienne, 1803–23. Walpole's (Horatio) Catalogue of Engravers; with Life of Geo. Vertue, and List of his Works. (Orford's Works, Vol. IV.)

Bromley's (Hen.) Catalogue of Engraved British Portraits, from Egbert to the present time; with Appendix of Foreign Portraits. 4to. London, 1793.

[Vertue's (Geo.)] Description of the Works of Winceslaus Hollar; with some Account of his Life. 4to. London, 1745.

Daulby's (D.) Descriptive Catalogue of the Works of Rembrandt, and of his scholars, Bol, Livens, and Van Vliet, compiled from the original Etchings. Large paper in 4to. Liverpool, 1796.

W. Ford, of Manchester's, copy, with his MS. notes and prices.

Sadeler (Raphael) Bavaria Sancta LX. Tabulis æreis expressa. Small folio, very fine impressions. Monaci, 1615.

Vænii (Ott.) Historia VII. Infantum Laræ [tabulis æreis expressit excud. Gilbert Vænio]. Oblong 4to. Antverpiæ, 1612.

This collection consists of forty plates, engraved by Gilbert Van Vien or Venius, after designs by his brother Otho, exhibiting the history of the seven brothers of the house of Lara, celebrated by Dr. Southey in the History of the Cid; with explanations at the bottom of each plate in Latin and Spanish. It is neither mentioned by Brunet nor by Strutt.

Baillie's (Capt.) Collection of Prints, engraved by, after Pictures and Drawings in various Collections. 2 vols. in one, folio. London,


Flaxman's (John) Compositions from Eschylus, the Iliad and Odyssey of Homer, and the Hell, Paradise, and Purgatory of Dante; engraved [at Rome] by Tho. Piroli. 4 vols. oblong 4to. London, 1795, 1805, and 7.

Canova (the Works of Antonio), engraved in Outline by Henry Moses; with Descriptions from the Italian of the Countess Albrizzi; and a Biographical Memoir by Count Cicognara. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1823-29.


Malliot (J.), Recherches sur les Costumes, les Mœurs, les Usages Religieux, Civils et Militaires, des anciens Peuples; ouvrage mêlé de critiques et préceptes utiles aux Peintres, Sculpteurs, Architectes, et autres Artistes ou Amateurs; revue et corrigé par P. Martin. 3 vols. 4to. Paris, 1809.

Hope's (Thomas) Costume of the Ancients. 2 vols in one, 4to. London, 1809.

Baxter's (Thomas) Illustration of the Egyptian, Grecian, and Roman Costume; with Descriptions. 4to. London, 1810. Costumi Varie. A Collection of Italian coloured Drawings illustrative of Italian Costume; and coloured Prints of Swiss Costume. Folio. Austria. The Costume of the Hereditary States of the House of Austria displayed in 50 coloured Engravings; with Descriptions and an Introduction by Bertrand de Molville. 4to. London, 1804.

Britain (the Costume of Great), designed, engraved, and written by W. H. Pyne. Folio. London, 1808.

China. Original Chinese Drawings, most exquisitely finished; 100 illustrating the Costume, Trades, and Occupations of the Country; and 35 of the Flowers and Butterflies. Large folio.

China.-Costume of China, in XLVIII. coloured Engravings, by W.

Alexander. Folio. London, 1805.

China. Costume of China, illustrated in LX. coloured Engravings, by
G. H. Mason; with Explanations. 4to. London, 1800.
China. Punishments of China, in XXII. coloured Engravings; with
Descriptions. Folio. London, 1801.

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France. Costumes des Départmens de la Seine Inférieure, du Calvados, de la Manche, et de l'Orne. Dessinées par Lanté, et gravées par Gatine; les Planches coloriées.


Germany and France.- Lewis (Geo.), a Series of Groups illustrating the Physiognomy, Manners, and Character of the People of Germany and France. 4to. London, 1823.

Hindostan.-Solvyns' (B.) the Hindoos: a Picturesque Delineation of the Persons, Manners, Customs, and Religious Ceremonies of that People, accurately distinguished into their several castes; together with the Arts, Manufactures, and Curiosities natural and artificial, of Hindostan, and several islands of the Indian Seas. 4 vols. large folio, Plates highly finished and coloured. Paris, 1808-12.

Hindostan (the Costume of); with Descriptions by B. Solvyns. Folio.

London, 1804.

Russian Empire (the Costume of) illustrated by a Series of 73 Engravings; with Descriptions. 4to. London, 1803.

Russian Empire.-Atkinson (J. A.) and James Walker's Picturesque Representation of the Manners, Customs, and Amusements of the Russians, in 100 coloured Plates, with Explanations. 3 vols. in one, folio. London, 1812.

Turkey (the Costume of), illustrated by a Series of Engravings; with Descriptions. 4to. London, 1802.



Carradori (Fr.) Instruzione Elementale per gli Studiosi della Scultura. Folio. Firenze, 1802.


Seroux d'Agincourt, Histoire de l'Architecture. (Hist. de l'Art, Vol. I.) Felibien (A.), Principes de l'Architecture, de la Sculpture, de la Peinture, et les autres Arts qui en dépendent; avec un Dictionnaire des Termes. 4to. Paris, 1697.

Palladio's (Andrea) Four Books of Architecture; wherein, after the Five Orders, those Observations that are most necessary in building Private Houses, Streets, Bridges, Piazzas, Xisti, and Temples, are treated of. Published by Isaac Ware. Folio. London, 1738.

Vitruvius (M. P.) de Architecturâ ; cum Notis, Castigat., Observat., et Lexico Vitruviano B. Baldi Urb. à J. De Laet. Folio. Amst. apud Elzev. 1649.

Vitruvius (M. P.) de Architecturâ Libri X. studio Societatis Bipontinæ. Accedit anonymi Scriptoris Veteris Architecture Compendium; cum Indicibus. 8vo. Argent. 1808.

Wottonii (Hen.) Elementa Architecturæ, ex. Ang. in Lat. versa à S. de Laet. (Vitruvius.)

Nicholson's (Peter) Architectural Dictionary. 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1821. Repton's (H.) Remarks on Grecian and Gothic Architecture. (Landscape Gardening.)

Castell (Rob.), the Villas of the Ancients illustrated. Folio, large paper. London, 1728.

Hawkins' (J. S.) History of the Origin and Establishment of Gothic Architecture; and an Inquiry into the mode of painting upon and staining Glass, as practised in the Ecclesiastical Structures of the Middle Ages. 8vo. Lond. 1813.

(Church of Batalha.)

Hall's (Sir J.) Essay on the Origin, History, and Principles of Gothic
Architecture. Imperial 4to. London, 1813.
Murphy on Gothic Architecture.
Essays on Gothic Architecture,
Bentham, Grose, and Milner.
Whittington's (G. D.) Rise and Progress of Gothic Architecture in Eu-
rope illustrated. (Whittington's France.)

from the works of Warton, Taylor,
Royal 8vo. London, 1808.

[Taylor's (J.)] Specimens of Gothic Ornaments, selected from the Parish Church of Lavenham, Suffolk. 4to. London, 1796.

Historical Illustrations of the Ancient (Arch. Ant. Vol. V.)

Britton's (John) Chronological and Architecture of Great Britain. Hunt's (T. F.) Exemplars of Tudor Architecture, adapted to modern habitations; with illustrative details, selected from ancient edifices; and Observations on the Furniture of the Tudor period. Royal 4to. London, 1830. Whitaker's (T. D.) Origin and Progress of Domestic Architecture. (Hist. of Whalley.)

Clarke (Charles) on early English Architecture. (Archit. Ecc. Londini.) Norris's (C.) Illustrations of early Flemish Architecture, from ancient edifices in Tenby. (Wales.)

Campbell's (Colin) Vitruvius Britannicus; or, the British Architect: containing the Plans, Elevations, and Sections of the regular buildings, public and private, in Great Britain. With Supplement by John Woolfe and James Gandon. 4 vols. folio. Lond. 1715–67. Hunt's (T. F.) Architettura Campestre; displayed in Lodges, Gardeners' Houses, and other Buildings. Royal 4to. London, 1828.

Hunt's (T. F.) Designs for Parsonage-houses, Alms-houses, &c. &c. Royal 4to. London, 1827.

Hope's (Thos.) Designs for Household Furniture and Interior Decorations. Folio, large paper. Lond. 1807.

Smeaton's (John) Reports made on various occasions in the course of his employment as a Civil Engineer. [Edited by the Committee of Civil Engineers.] 3 vols. 4to. Lond. 1812. Smeaton's (J.) Miscellaneous Papers, comprising his Communications to the Royal Society, printed in the Philosophical Transactions. 4to. London, 1814.

Nicholson's (P.) Mechanical Exercises; or, the Elements and Practice of Carpentry, Joining, &c. 8vo. Lond. 1815.

Nicholson's (William) Treatise on Masonry and Stone-cutting. Royal

8vo. London, 1827.

Stevenson's (Robt.) Account of the Bell Rock Lighthouse; including the details of the erection and peculiar structure of the edifice. To which is prefixed, a Historical View of the Institution and Progress of the Northern Lighthouses. 4to. Edin. 1824.

Dugdale's (Sir William) History of Imbanking and Draining of divers Fens and Marshes, both in foreign parts and in this kingdom; and of the Improvements thereby; by Charles Nalson Cole. Folio, large paper. Lond. 1772.


Agriculture and Gardening.
See also " Botany."

Stillingfleet's (B.) Memoranda for a History of Husbandry. (Works, Vol. II.)

Evelyn's (John) Terra; a Philosophical Discourse of the Earth, its Culture and Improvement for Vegetation. (Silva, Vol. I.)

Geoponica, sive de Re Rusticâ. (Classics.)
Scriptores Rei Rustica. (Classics.)

Cato (M. P.) de Agriculturâ. (Classics.)
Virgilii Bucolica et Georgica. (Classics.)

Dickson's (R. W.) Practical Agriculture; or, a Complete System of
Modern Husbandry. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1807.

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