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A Descriptive Catalogue Of The Prints Of Rembrandt. By An Amateur. - London:: 1836.
Notices Of The Life And Works Of Titian. - London:: 1829.
Lewis's Illustrations of Constantinople made during a Residence in that City &c. in the Years 1835-6. Arranged and drawn on Stone from the original Sketches of Coke Smyth By John F. Lewis. - London: 
I Freschi Nella Cappella Della Villa Magliana Fuori Di Porta Portese Di Roma Inventati Da Raffaelle Sanzio D'Urbino. Incisi Sui Lucidi Ed Edite Da Ludovico Gruner. Con Descrizione Della Villa Di Ernesto Platner. - Londra:: 
Subjects by Edwin Landseer. Etched by John Landseer, Thomas Landseer, and Edwin Landseer - [London:]: Nov. 8th. 1852. Publishers to her Majesty.
Some Account Of Mary Thomas Of Tanyralt In Merionethshire, Who Has Existed Many Years Without Taking Food: And Of Ann Moore, Commonly Called The Fasting Woman Of Tutbury. Accompanied With Portraits and Illustrative Etchings. By James Ward, Esq. R.A. - London:: 1813.
Illustrations Of The Passes Of The Alps, By Which Italy Communicates With France, Switzerland, And Germany. By William Brockedon, Member Of The Academy Of Fine Arts At Florence. Volume The First, Containing The Little Saint Bernard, The Mont Genèvre, The Mont Cenis, The Mont Gothard, The Great Saint Bernard, And The Monte Stelvio. (Volume The Second, Containing The Cornice, The Grimsel And The Gries, The Bernardin And The Splugen, The Brenner, The Tende And The Argentière, And The Simplon.) - London:: [1828 (- 1829)]
Hypogæi, Or Sepulchral Caverns Of Tarquinia, The Capital Of Antient Etruria. By The Late James Byres, Esq., Of Tonley, Aberdeenshire, Nearly Fifty Years Antiquarian Resident At Rome, Prior To 1790. - Edited By Frank Howard, Author Of "The Spirit Of Shakspeare," "Sketcher's Manual," "Science Of Drawing," Etc. - - London:: .
John Constable RA
Various subjects of landscape, characteristic of English scenery / from pictures painted by John Constable, R.A. engraved by David Lucas - London: 1839 [i.e. 1830]
Edward William Cooke RA
Views Of The Old And New London Bridges. Drawn And Etched By Edward William Cooke. With Scientific And Historical Notices Of The Two Bridges; Practical Observations On The Tides Of The River Thames; And A Concise Essay On Bridges, From The Earliest Period; &c. &c. Derived From Information, Contributed Exclusively For This Work, By George Rennie, Esq. F.R.S. F.A.S. &c. &c. [Epigraph] - London:: 1833.
William Cotton M.A., F.S.A.
Sir Joshua Reynolds, And His Works. Gleanings From His Diary, Unpublished Manuscripts, And From Other Sources. By William Cotton, M.A., Of The University Of Oxford. Edited By John Burnet, F.R.S., Author Of "Practical Hints On Painting," "Rembrandt & His Works," &c. - - London:: 1856.
An Essay On The Utility Of Collecting The Best Works Of The Ancient Engravers Of The Italian School; Accompanied By A Critical Catalogue, With Interesting Anecdotes Of The Engravers, Of A Chronological Series Of rare And Valuable Prints, From The Earliest Practice Of The Art In Italy To The Year 1549, Now Deposited In The British Museum and Royal Academy, In London, By George Cumberland. - London.: 1827.
Notice Sur La Vie De Marc Antoine Raimondi Graveur Bolonais Accompagnée De Reproductions Photographiques De Quelques unes de ses Estampes Par M. Benjamin Delessert. - Paris: 1853. (-1855.)
The Decorations Of The Garden-Pavilion In The Grounds Of Buckingham Palace. - Engraved Under The Superintendence Of L. Gruner, Author Of "Fresco Decoration In Italy During The 15th. and 16th. Centuries," &c. &c.; Member Of The Soc. Di Cora. Archa. Of Rome, Of The Athenæum Of Brescia, And Hony. And Corg. Member Of The Royal Society Of Architects Of London. With An Introduction By Mrs. Jameson. - London:: 
Fresco Decorations And Stuccoes Of Churches & Palaces In Italy, During the Fifteenth & Sixteenth Centuries With Descriptions By Lewis Gruner, And A Comparison between the Ancient Arabesques & those of the Sixteenth Century By Mr. A. [i.e. J. I.] Hittorff, Architect. - London: 
A Catalogue Raisonné Of The Engraved Works Of Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A. From 1755 To 1820. To Which Is Added A Short Biographical Sketch of each Engraver. By Edward Hamilton, M.D. F.L.S. &c. - London:: 1874. All Rights reserved.
William Young Ottley
A Series Of Plates, Engraved After The Paintings And Sculptures Of The Most Eminent Masters Of The Early Florentine School; Intended To Illustrate The History Of The Restoration Of The Arts Of Design In Italy; And Dedicated To John Flaxman, Esq. R.A. Professor Of Sculpture To The Royal Academy, (In Token Of High Respect For His Genius,) By William Young Ottley, F.A.S. Author Of "An Inquiry Into The Origin And Early History Of Engraving;" "The Italian School Of Design," &c. - London:: 1826.
Sir John Soane RA
Designs For Public And Private Buildings, By John Soane, Professor Of Architecture In The Royal Academy, One Of The Architects Attached To His Majesty's Office Of Works, Architect To The Bank Of England, F.R.S. - R.A. - F.S.A. Member Of The Academies Of Painting, Sculpture, And Architecture, In Parma And Florence. [Epigraph] - [London:]: 
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