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English Landscape Scenery: A Series Of Forty Mezzotinto Engravings On Steel, By David Lucas. From Pictures Painted By John Constable, R.A. - - London:: 1855.
A Descriptive Catalogue Of The Prints Of Rembrandt. By An Amateur. - London:: 1836.
Engravings Of Sepulchral Brasses In Norfolk And Suffolk, Tending To Illustrate The Ecclesiastical, Military, And Civil Costume, As Well As To Preserve Memorials Of Ancient Families In That County. By John Sell Cotman, Esq. With An Introductory Essay By Dawson Turner, Esq. F.R.S. F.S.A. &c. Second Edition, With Additional Plates, And With Notes By Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick, Ll.D. F.S.A. &c. Albert Way, Esq. And Sir N. Harris Nicolas, K.C.M.G. - Vol. I. (II.) - - London:: 
Ancient Allegorical, Historical, And Legendary Paintings, In Fresco, Discovered In The Summer Of 1804, On The Walls Of The Chapel Of The Trinity, Belonging To The Gilde Of The Holy Cross, At Stratford-Upon-Avon, In Warwickshire, From Drawings Made At The Time Of Their Discovery, By Thomas Fisher, F.S.A. Also, A View And Plan Of The Chapel, A View Of New Place, The Residence Of William Shakspeare, Facsimiles Of Various Grants And Indulgences To The Gilde, With Representations Of One Hundred And Fifty Ancient Seals Appended To Them; Facsimile Extracts From The Register Of The Gilde, The Rolls Of Accounts, &c. - Described By John Gough Nichols, F.S.A. - - London:: 
Henry George Bohn
A dictionary of quotations from the English poets / by Henry G. Bohn - London: 1882
A handbook of proverbs : comprising an entire republication of Ray's collection of English proverbs, with his additions from foreign languages and a complete alphabetical index, in which are introduced large additions, as well of proverbs as of sayings, sentences, maxims, and phrases - London: 1882
A Biographical And Critical Dictionary Of Painters And Engravers, From The Revival Of The Art Under Cimabue, And The Alleged Discovery Of Engraving By Finiguerra, To The Present Time: With The Ciphers, Monograms, And Marks, Used By Each Engraver: By Michael Bryan. A New Edition, Revised, Enlarged, And Continued To The Present Time, Comprising Above One Thousand Additional Memoirs, And Large Accessions To The Lists Of Pictures And Engravings, Also New Plates Of Ciphers And Monograms, By George Stanley. - London:: 
John Flaxman RA
Lectures On Sculpture, As Delivered Before The President And Members Of The Royal Academy. By John Flaxman, Esq. R.A. Professor Of Sculpture In The Royal Academy Of Great Britain, Member Of The Academies Of St. Luke, Rome, Florence, Carrara, &c. Second Edition. To Which Are Now First Added, An Introductory Lecture, And Two Addresses To The Royal Academy, On The Death Of Thomas Banks, In 1805, And Of Antonio Canova, In 1822, And An Address On The Death Of Flaxman, By Sir Richard Westmacott, R.A. - With Fifty-Two Plates. - - London:: 
Henry Howard RA
A Course Of Lectures On Painting, Delivered At The Royal Academy Of Fine Arts. By Henry Howard, Esq., R.A., Secretary And Trustee, And Professor Of Painting To The Royal Academy. Edited, With A Memoir Of The Author, By Frank Howard, Author of the "Spirit of Shakespeare," the "Sketcher's Manual," "Colour as a means of Art," the "Science of Drawing," &c. &c. &c. - London:: 1848.
Henry Gally Knight
The Ecclesiastical Architecture Of Italy. From The Time Of Constantine To The Fifteenth Century With An Introduction And Text By Henry Gally Knight Esqe. F.R.S. F.S.A. Vol I. (II.) - London,: 1842. (-1844.)
Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick
A critical inquiry into antient armour, as it existed in Europe, particularly in Great Britain, from The Norman Conquest to the reign of King Charles II. Illustrated by a series of illuminated engravings. With a glossary of military terms of the Middle Ages. By Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick, Kt. K.H. LL.D. & F.S.A. &c. &c. &c. In three volumes. Vol. I [-III]. - London
A Biographical And Critical Dictionary Of Recent And Living Painters And Engravers, Forming A Supplement To Bryan's Dictionary Of Painters And Engravers As Edited By George Stanley. By Henry Ottley. - London.: 1866.
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin
The True Principles Of Pointed Or Christian Architecture: Set Forth In Two Lectures Delivered At St. Marie's, Oscott, By A. Welby Pugin, Architect, And Professor Od Ecclesiastical Antiquities In That College. - London: 
Glossary Of Ecclesiastical Ornament And Costume, Compiled and Illustrated from Antient Authorities and Examples, by A. Welby Pugin, Architect, Professor Of Ecclesiastical Antiquities At St. Maries College, Oscott. With Extracts From The Works Of Durandus, Georgius, Bona, Catalani, Gerbert, Martene, Molanus, Thiers, Mabillon, Ducange, Etc. Faithfully Translated By The Rev. Bernard Smith, Of St. Maries College, Oscott. - London: 
Floriated Ornament: A Series of Thirty-one Designs. By Augustus Welby Pugin, Architect. [Two-line quotation from Matthew 6:28-29] - London: 
A complete view of the dress and habits of the people of England, from the establishment of the Saxons in Britain to the present time illustrated by engravings taken from the most authentic remains of antiquity. To which is prefixed an introduction, containing a general description of the ancient habits in use among mankind, from the earliest period of time to the conclusion of the seventh century. By Joseph Strett Vol. I [II]. - London: 
Lives Of The Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors, And Architects: Translated From The Italian of Giorgio Vasari. With Notes And Illustrations, Chiefly Selected From Various Commentators. By Mrs. Jonathan Foster. - Vol. I. (- V.) - - London:: [1850 (-1852)]
Horace Walpole, 4th Earl of Orford
Anecdotes Of Painting in England; With Some Account Of The Principal Artists; And Incidental Notes on other Arts. Also, A Catalogue Of Engravers Who Have Been Born Or Resided In England. Collected By The Late George Vertue; Digested And Published From His Original MSS. By Horace Walpole; With Additions By The Rev. James Dallaway. - A New Edition, Revised, With Additional Notes. By Ralph N. Wornum. - In Three Volumes. Vol. I. (- III.) - London:: 1862.
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