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A Set Of Prints Engraved after the most capital Paintings In the Collection of Her Imperial Majesty, The Empress of Russia Lately in the Possession of the Earl Of Orford At Houghton in Norfolk; With Plans, Elevations, Sections, Chimney Pieces & Ceilings. Vol: I (II) - London: 
Valentine Green ARA
A Survey Of The City of Worcester, Containing, The Ecclesiastical and Civil Government thereof, as originally founded, and the present Administration as since reformed. Comprehending Also The msot material Parts of its History, from its Foundation to the present Time. Extracted from the best Authorities. Together With and Account of whatever is most remarkable for Grandeur, Elegance, Curiosity, or Use, in this antient City. The Whole Embellished with Sixteen Copper-Plates of Perspective Views of the Public Buildings, &c. engraved from original Drawings, taken on purpose for this Work. [Epigraph] - By Valentine Green, of Worcester. - - Worcester:: 
A Review Of The Polite Arts In France, At the Time of their Establishment under Louis XIVth, Compared With Their Present State In England: In Which Their National Importance And Several Pursuits, Are Briefly Stated And Considered. In A Letter to Sir Joshua Reynolds, President of the Royal Academy, and F.R.S. By Valentine Green, Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, Mezzotint Engraver to His Majesty, and to the Elector Palatine; Member of the Royal Academy, London, and Professor of the Electoral Academy, Dusseldorff. - London:: 
The Antiquities Of England And Wales. By Francis Grose, Esq. F.A.S. Vol. I. (-Vol. IV.) - London.: [1773-1776]
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
Alfred Charles Whitman
Valentine Green - London: 1902
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