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Baynes (Thomas Mann) after Robert Hargreaves.
Liverpool from Seacombe,
Liverpool, J. & J. Mawdsley, (c.1835).
Belleforest (François de)
Le Grand Caire, Cairus, Olim Quae Babylon, Aegypti Maxima Urbs,
Paris, Nicolas Chesneau and Michel Sonnius, .
Art and Architecture
Bowles (Thomas) after J. Donawell.
Ironmongers Hall with a View of Fenchurch Street,
Bowles & Carver, R. Wilkinson, Laurie & Whittle, [late 18th century].
Front View of the Old East India House in Leadenhall Street, 1648 to 1726,
Buck (Samuel and Nathaniel)
[Panorama of London, from Somerset House to St Bride's],
Garden Court, No.1 Middle Temple, 1749.
The South-East Prospect of Colchester, in the County of Essex,
The South West Prospect of the City of Exeter,
The South Prospect of Reading, in the County of Berks,
Chavanne (Jean Marie)
Exterior View of the Great Exhibition of All Nations, from the Serpentine,
Read & Co., [c.1851].
Clark (John) and Henri Merke.
Lord Nelson's Funeral Procession by Water, from Greenwich Hospital to White-Hall, Jan.y 8th 1806,
Edward Orme, 1806.
A Perspective View of the Royal Hospital at Greenwich,
Samuel Richardson, [1739 or later]
Dodd (Robert) After.
This North View of Highbury & Cannonbury Places,
Robert Pollard and Francis Jukes, .
The Queen Returning from the House of Lords,
Robert Bowyer, 1821.
A View of London from Greenwich Park,
T. Clay, 1815.
Havell (Robert, I and II)
A View of London Bridge and Custom House with the Margate Steam Yachts,
Messrs Colnaghi & Co., 1820.
Laurie (Robert) and James Whittle, publishers.
A Front View of the East India House, in Leadenhall Street, Built by Rich.d Jupp, Esq.r,
A View of the Warehouses & West-India Dock, (Taken from the Back of the Folly House at Blackwall),
[St Paul's Cathedral from the Thames],
St. James's Street,
by the artist, 1800.
Dower [plan of the port of Dover],
Isle of Thanet,
Anno Domini 1548 Viena Austriae Hunc Habuit Situm,
Basel, [1548 or later].
Graf & Soret, (c.1830).
William Little, 1850
Transport & Engineering
Pyall (Henry) after Thomas Talbot Bury.
Entrance of the Railway at Edge-Hill, Liverpool,
Excavation of Olive Mount, 4 Miles from Liverpool,
Viaduct across the Sankey Valley,
View of the Railway across Chat Moss,
Entrance into Manchester across Water Street,
Railway Office, Liverpool,
Warehouses &c. at the end of the Tunnel towards Wapping,
Moorish Arch looking from the Tunnel,
Near Liverpool looking towards Manchester,
Taking in Water at Parkside, (The Station where Mr Huskisson fell),
Coaches &c. employed on the Railway,
John Tallis & Company, .
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