Cadell and Davies (London)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Bookseller and publisher. Appointed Bookseller to the Royal Academy in 1812. After William Davies' death in 1820, Thomas Cadell Jun. carried on the business until his own death in 1836. Thereafter his executors continued to supply books and prints regularly to the Royal Academy until 1845 (see 'Quarterly Abstract of Bills', RAA/TRE/1/3). Cadell's copyrights were acquired by Longman and Co. for £8,400 on 2 June 1845 (see Asa Briggs, A history of Longmans and their books 1724-1990, London: The British Library, 2008, p. 221, n. 250).
Henry Fuseli RA
Lectures on painting, delivered at The Royal Academy, by Henry Fuseli, P.P. ; with additional observations and notes - London: 1820
Academic annals of painting sculpture & architecture ; published by authority of the Royal Academy of Arts, 1805-6, 1807, 1808-9 ; collected and arranged by Prince Hoare, Secretary for Foreign Correspondence to The Royal Academy - London: 1809
Ta Tsing Leu Lee : being the fundamental laws, and a selection from the supplementary statutes, of the penal code of China; originally printed and published in Pekin, in various successive editions, under the sanction, and by the authority, of the several emperors of the Ta Tsing, or present dynasty. / Translated from the Chinese; and accompanied with an appendix, consisting of authentic documents, and a few occasional notes, illustrative of the subject of the work; by Sir George Thomas Staunton, ... - London :: 1810.
Engravings Of The Most Noble The Marquis Of Stafford's Collection Of Pictures, In London, Arranged According To Schools, And In Chronological Order, With Remarks On Each Picture. By William Young Ottley, Esq. F.S.A. The Executive Part Under The Management Of Peltro William Tomkins, Esq. Historical Engraver To Her Majesty. - Vol. I. (- IV.) - - London:: 1818.