A Descriptive Catalogue of an Exhibition of Early Engraving in America, December 12, 1904 - February 5, 1905

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the University Press, 1904 - Engravers - 151 pages
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Page 1 - Magazine, the next month (July, 1775), gave as engraved by Aitkins A new and correct plan of the town of Boston and Provincial Camp.
Page 32 - GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. Born Feb. 22, 1732, in Westmoreland County, Virginia, and Died Dec. 14, 1799, at Mount Vernon.
Page 35 - Map of New England \ Being the first that ever -was here cut, and done | by the best Pattern that could be had...
Page 80 - Chnrch and St. Peter's Philadelphia. Joseph Pilmore, Rector of the United Churches of Trinity, St. Thomas' and All Saints. Joseph GJ Bend, Assistant Minister of Christ Church and St. Peter's, in Philadelphia.
Page 19 - John Bull making a New Batch of Ships to send to the Lakes" is an obvious imitation of Gillray's masterpiece of Bonaparte baking a new batch of kings.
Page 37 - E Pluribus Unum." (More fuUy described in the Print by Edwin, Lot No. 421.) Stipple. Height ii 2-16 inches; width 8 ia-i6 inches. F. Bartoli Pinx J. Galland sculp. "Dedicated to Commodore John Barry and the Officers of the Navy and Army of North America, by Ferrai & Dupin Baltimore.
Page 101 - PRESIDENT OF YE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS, THIS MAP OF THE SEAT OF CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA, is RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED BY HIS MOST OBEDIENT HUMBLE SERVANT B.
Page 104 - President of the United States of America. | From the Original Portrait Painted at the Request of the Corporation of the University of Cambridge in Massachusetts.
Page 26 - A Display of the United States of America / To the Patrons of Arts and Sciences, in all parts of the World...
Page 54 - ... upon that portion of it which is upon a table. A curtain drawn up at the right, reveals an encampment in the distance. In the lower margin, 'an eagle displayed, with shield and motto, "E Pluribus Unum." Stipple. Height ii 3-16 inches; width 8 10-16 inches. F. Bartoli Pinx'. D. Edwin Sc, "Respectfully Dedicated to the Lovers of their Country and Firm Supporters of its Constitution.

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