A Complete List of the Plates and Wood-cuts in Gentleman's Magazine: From the Commencement in the Year 1731 to 1818 Inclusive and an Alphabetical Index Thereto, Volume 5

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John Nichols and Son, 1821 - Gentleman's magazine (London, England) - 225 pages
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Page vi - Oct. 30th, 1804, in his 60th year. Shall he whose tears for suffering virtue flow'd, Whose heart with every social feeling glow'd, To friendless want his little all who gave, Sleep undistinguish'd in the oblivious grave? Though virtuous fame all monuments surpass, The breathing sculpture, and recording brass; Afflicted Friendship, to thy memory just, Bids this fair tablet shade thy honour'd dust, And lets a distant age, more grateful know That Modest Worth and AYSCOUGH rest below. T. MAURICE. Erected...
Page 225 - ... certain stipple engravers and their work in colour compiled, arranged and written by Julia Frankau. Illustrated with fifty-two characteristic pictures printed in colours from copper-plates. London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1900. xvii 132 p. 52 col. pi. f. ttMDB Gentleman's Magazine. A complete list of plates and woodcuts in the Gentleman's Magazine, from the commencement in the year 1731 to 1818 inclusive; and an alphabetical index thereto. London: J. Nichol & Son, 1821. viii, 225 p., 1 port....
Page 225 - In 1818 he prefixed to the third volume of General Index to the Gentleman's Magazine, a Prefatory Introduction, descriptive of the rise and progress of the Magazine, with Anecdotes of the Projector and his early associates. 62. " Taylor and Long's Music Speeches at Cambridge,
Page 225 - Continuation" of this index, embracing from the seventy-first to the eighty-first volume of the Review, and also compiled by Ayscough, was published in one volume in 1796. 5. " A General Index to the first fifty-six volumes of the Gentleman's Magazine, from its commencement in the year 1731 to the end of...
Page 54 - WILLIAM), chief justice of the king's bench in the reign of Henry IV. was descended of a noble family, originally from Normandy, and born at Gawthorp in Yorkshire, about 1350. Being designed for the law, he became a student either at...
Page 85 - Captains" — William Bayne, William Blair, and Lord Robert Manners, who fell in 1 782 mortally wounded in naval engagements in the West Indies, under Admiral Rodney.
Page 61 - Shelley, who was the last English Grand Prior of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, serving to illustrate the annexed Engraving of two curious inedited Medallions in his Majesty's Collection.

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