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The Scenery Of The Rivers Tamar And Tavy, In Forty-Seven Subjects, Exhibiting The Most Interesting Views On Their Banks, From the Source to the Termination of each; Including A View Of The Breakwater At Plymouth: Drawn And Engraved By F.C. Lewis. - [Epigraph] - - London:: 1823.
The Scenery Of The River Exe, Dedicated By Permission To Sir Thomas Dyke Acland Bart, M.P. By His Most Obedient & Grateful Servant F.C. Lewis. - London,: 1827.
Under The Patronage Of His Majesty, Compositions Of The "Acts Of Mercy", Drawn By The Late John Flaxman Esqre. R.A.P.S. 1 Instruct The Ignorant. 2 Feed The Hungry. 3 Clothe The Naked. 4 Visit The Sick. 5 Comfort The Afflicted. 6 Go To The House Of Mourning. 7 Comfort The Fatherless & Widow. 8 Deliver The Captive. Engraved by F.C. Lewis, Engraver of Drawings, to the King. - London,
Engravings From The Works Of Sir Francis Chantrey, R.A. Born 1782. Died 1841. - [S.l.:: after 1841.]
To Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria This Work of Twenty Imitations of Sir Thos. Lawrence's finest Drawings of Sovereigns, Statesmen, Ladies &c. Is (with the Royal Permission) and by Especial patronage most respectfully dedicated by Her Majesty's grateful & devoted Servant & Subject Fredk. C. Lewis. - London.
Original Designs of the Most Celebrated Masters of the Bolognese, Roman, Florentine, ad Venetian schools; comprising some of the works of Leonardo da Vinci, the Caracci, Claude Lorraine, Raphael, Michel Angelo, the Poussins, and others, in His Majesty's Collection; engraved by Bartolozzi, P.W. Tomkins, Schiavonetti, Lewis, and other eminent engravers; with biographical and historical sketches of L. da Vinci and the Caracci. By J. Chamberlaine ... - London: 1812.
Frederick Christian Lewis Snr. and British Museum
Imitations of Claude Lorraine, By F.C. Lewis, Engraved From The Drawings In The British Museum. Dedicated, By Permission, To His Majesty. - London,
The History And Description, With Graphic Illustrations, Of Cassiobury Park, Hertfordshire: The Seat Of The Earl Of Essex. - By John Britton, F.S.A. Honorary Member Of The Institute Of British Architects, And Of Other English And Foreign Societies; Author Of The Architectural And Cathedral Antiquities, Etc. - London:: 
Sir William Gell
Pompeiana: The Topography, Edifices, And Ornaments Of Pompeii. By Sir William Gell, F.R.S. F.S.A. &c. And John P. Gandy, Architect. - - London:: 1817 - 1819.
William Young Ottley
The Italian School Of Design: Being A Series Of Fac-Similes Of Original Drawings, By The Most Eminent Painters And Sculptors Of Italy; With Biographical Notices Of The Artists, And Observations On Their Works. By William Young Ottley. - London:: 1823.
Italy, a poem - London: 1830
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