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" October of the same year, and returned to his residence in Leicester Square. On the very next day he was seized with a sudden illness, and, after two hours of suffering, expired. Hogarth was buried without any ostentation in the churchyard of Chiswick... "
An Illustrated History of Painters of All Schools - Page 398
by Louis Viardot - 1877 - 467 pages
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The Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters and Sculptors, Volume 1

Allan Cunningham - Painters - 1832
...after two hours' suffering, he expired, from a suffusion of blood among the arteries of the heart. Hogarth was buried without any ostentation in the churchyard of Chiswick ; where a monument, with the family arms, was erected to his memory, and inscribed with the following words : — " Here...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 17

Child rearing - 1846
...after two hours' suffering, he expired, from a suffusion of blood among the arteries of the heart. Hogarth was buried without any ostentation in the churchyard of Chiswick ; where a monument, with the family arms, was erected to his memory, and inscribed with the following words : — " Here...
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An Illustrated History of Painters of All Schools

Louis Viardot - Artists - 1877 - 467 pages
...afterwards, his health began to decline. He was aware of this, and purchased a small house at Chiswick, to which he retired during the summer, amusing himself...Wilson, the third son of a clergyman, was born at Pinegas in Montgomeryshire, in 1713. Owing to the influence of his uncle, Sir George Wynn, who took...
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Leisure hours with good authors

John C. Salmon - 1877
...after two hours' suffering, he expired, from a suffusion of blood among the arteries of the heart." Hogarth was buried without any ostentation in the churchyard of Chiswick ; where a monument, with the family arms, was erected to his memory, and inscribed with the following words : " Here lieth...
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An Elementary History of Art: Architecture, Sculpture, Painting

N. D'Anvers - Art - 1882 - 672 pages
...the summer, amusing himself by making slight sketches, and retouching his plates. He left Chiswick in October of the same year, and returned to his residence...was buried without any ostentation in the churchyard at Chiswick ; where a monument was erected to his memory. Richard Wilson (1714 — 1782) was the third...
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An elementary history of painting, by N. D'Anvers

Nancy R E. Bell - 1883
...the summer, amusing himself by making slight sketches, and retouching his plates. He left Chiswick in October of the same year, and returned to his residence...was buried without any ostentation in the churchyard at Chiswick ; where a monument was erected to his memory. Richard Wilson (1714—1782) was the third...
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The Drama, Painting, Poetry, and Song: Embracing a Complete History of the ...

Albert Ellery Berg - Actors - 1884 - 718 pages
...fu'ament, as the scenes of „, would each II 750 appeared Finchley, 1-rv.ith absurdf? ^cation of the year, and returned to his residence in Leicester Square....was buried without any ostentation in the churchyard at Chisv.-ick ; v.here a monument was erected to his memory. Richard Wilson (1714-1782) v:as the third...
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Great English Painters

Allan Cunningham - Painters - 1886 - 311 pages
...after two hours' suffering, he expired, from a suffusion of blood among the arteries of the heart. Hogarth was buried without any ostentation in the churchyard of Chiswick, where a monument, with the family arms, was erected to his memory, and inscribed with the following words : — " Here...
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