Address to the Governor of The Saint Ann’s Society Schools

  • Author: Saint Ann’s Society Schools.
  • Title: Address to the Governor of The Saint Ann’s Society Schools : spoken by one of the boys, at the anniversary festival, 2nd July 1829.
  • Publication: [London] : [The Hospital?], [1829]

Catalog Record

File 659 829 Sa132

Acquired June 2019

 

 

The fair bather

see description belowIn the woods beside a stream a young woman bather removes her last stocking while a young man hidden among the reeds looks at her with pleasure.

  • Printmaker: Rowlandson, Thomas, 1756-1827, printmaker.
  • Title: The fair bather [graphic] / Boucher ; Rowlandson 1799.
  • Publication: [London?] : [publisher not identified], [1799]

Catalog Record

799.00.00.56

Acquired June 2019

The wonderful strong and surprizing Persian dwarf

description below“Portrait of a Persian dwarf, full-length, slightly turned to the left, holding up ropes tied to his hair, dressed in a frockcoat with the skirts buttoned back and with a Turkish hat on his head, a large weight at his side, a harlequin pointing to an advertisement for the dwarf on a shed beyond, the whole surrounded by scrolling rococo foliate and shell designs.”–British Museum online catalogue.

  • Title: The wonderful strong and surprizing Persian dwarf [graphic] : 3 foot 6 inches high, born in Persia, is fifty six years old, speaks eighteen languages, sings Italian, dances to admiration and with the ropes ty’d to his hair, when put over his shoulders lifts the great stone A.
  • Publication: [London] : [publisher not identified], [1740?]

Catalog Record 

740.00.00.65+

Acquired June 2019

We beg leave to submit to your consideration…

  • Author: Philanthropic Society (London, England)
  • Title: We beg leave to submit to your consideration and benevolence, the accompanying plan of a School of Instruction and Industry, instituted in the year 1804 …
  • Publication: [London] : Printed by the Philanthropic Society, 1807.

Catalog Record

File 659 807 P544

Acquired June 2019

 

By desire and under the immediate patronage of Col. Judgson

  • Title: By desire and under the immediate patronage of Col. Judgson. On Friday evening, July 20th, 1832, will be presented the fashionable comedy of Charles the Second; or, The merry monarch … To which will be added … The Irish Tutor; or, The new lights … The whole to conclude with a truly laughable farce called The illustrious stranger, or, Married and buried … : Mr. W. Palmer will feel obliged to those shopkeepers who will show the bills to be seen in their windows.
  • Publication: Alnwick [England] : Davison, printer, [1832]

Catalog Record

File 767 P68B Al452 1832 07/20

Acquired June 2019

 

The brickdust man

see description below“Portrait of unknown tradesman standing half-length to front, head slightly to right, eyes to front; carrying bag over his right shoulder, staff in his left hand, and wearing cap.”–British Museum online catalogue.

  • Printmaker: Watson, James, 1740-1790, printmaker.
  • Title: The brickdust man [graphic] / Nathl. Hone pinxt. ; Jas. Watson fecit.
  • Publication: [London] : Printed for Henry Parker & Elizth. Bakewell, opposite Birchin Lane in Cornhill, London, [between 1755 and 1790]

Catalog Record 

755.00.00.26+ Impression 3

Acquired June 2019

Never acted here

  • Title: Never acted here. Theatre, Whittingham-Lane, on Friday evening, August 24th, will be presented the much admired tragedy of Percy, Earl of Northumberland … End of the play, the following enterments: two entire new comic songs, by Mr. Rutherford. A new comic song by Mr. Lamb, a new comic song & the cottagers hornpipe by Mr. Rutherford … To which will be added the much admired laughable farce of the Village Lawyer … Tickets to be had of Mr. Rutherford.
  • Publication: Alnwick [England] : Davison, printer, [1810?]

Catalog Record 

File 767 P68B Al452 1810 08/24

Acquired June 2019

Le souvenir, or, Pocket tablet for MDCCCVIII

pocket diary beginning with frontispiece (recto blank) and 40 engraved unnumbered pages with two vignettes (many signed Landseer sc.) at the top of both of the two pages for each month, followed by 12 pages engraved at the top “Cash Account 1808” and followed by a page with the heading “Annual account, 1808”.

  • Title: Le souvenir, or, Pocket tablet for MDCCCVIII.
  • Publication: London : Peacock & Sons & Champante & Whitrow ; Birmingham : Knott & Lloyd, [1808]

Catalog Record

145 So729 1808

Acquired June 2019