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Memoirs Of John Bacon, Esq. R.A. With Reflections Drawn From A Review Of His Moral And Religious Character: Also, Of The Hon. And Rev. Wm. Bromley Cadogan, M.A. Late Rector Of St. Luke's Chelsea; And Vicar Of St. Giles's, Reading. - By The Rev. Richard Cecil, M.A. Minister Of St. John's Chapel, Bedford-Row, London. - A New Edition. -

Revd. Richard Cecil

RA Collection: Book

Record number

06/3153

Author

Imprint

London:: Printed For L. B. Seeley, Fleet-Street; And Baldwin, Cradock, And Joy, Paternoster-Row. By J. Seeley, Buckingham. -, 1822.

Physical Description

[2], iv, 186 p., [2] pl. (ports.) (incl. frontis.); 167 mm. (Octavo.)

Contents

[Frontis. (port.), t.p.] - [Divisional t.p., 'Memoirs Of John Bacon, Esq. R.A. ...'] - Advertisement - [Text] - [Port.] - [Divisional t.p., 'Memoirs Of The Honourable And Reverend William Bromley Cadogan ...'] - [Dedic.] - [Text]; [colophon].

Responsibility Note

The two plates are signed as engraved by H. Meyer.

The printer's name is repeated in the colophon.

The Memoirs of Hon. and Revd. William B. Cadogan are dedicated by Richard Cecil to the Hon. Mrs. Cadogan.

Summary Note

The Memoirs of Bacon had first been published in 1801.

Provenance

The front pastedown carries the bookplate of Anne Renier and F.G. Renier.

Name as Subject

Subject

Artists - Sculptors - Sculpture - Great Britain - History - 18th century
Priests - Clergy - Great Britain - 18th century
Memoirs - Biography - Great Britain - 19th century

Contributors