Portraits of Writers & Poets .

Portraits of Writers & Poets



Sir Roger L'Estrange  kt
 Sir Roger L'Estrange: December 17, 1616 Hunstanton, Norfolk, England December 11, 1704 was an English pamphleteer, author and staunch defender of Royalist claims. L'Estrange was involved in political controversy throughout his life.Antique copper line engraving  from The Universal Magazine published by J. Hinton at the King's Arms in Newgate Street. The Universal Magazine was a monthly magazine founded by John Hinton and published between 1747 and 1799 mainly by subscription. Size 191 mm x 130 mm paper size Printed 1713 b unmounted £20


Miss Linwood
Mary Linwood (1755–1845) was a needle woman who exhibited her worsted embroidery or crewel embroidery in Leicester and London, and was the school mistress of a private school later known as Mary Linwood Comprehensive School. In 1790, she received a medal from the Society of Arts.Stipple Engraving  Published From 'La Belle Assemblée: Or, Court and Fashionable Magazine; Containing Interesting and Original Literature, and Records of the Beau-monde  1821 Another by J. Bell, 1816 -22 RARE Size  image 145 x 104 mm b unmounted b  £20





Sydney Morgan (née Owenson), Lady Morgan
(1783?-1859), Novelist  born in Dublin; published verse and Irish songs; The Wild Irish Girl, 1806, established her fame as a novelist and she wrote several more novels on Irish themes; wrote successful accounts of her travels in France and Italy; the first woman to receive a government pension for services to the world of letters. Stippl engraving published by Colnaghi & Co, after Ary Scheffer £12 scruffy




Katherine Philips
(née Fowler) (1631-1664), Known as 'Orinda'; poet and translator was an Anglo-Welsh poet, translator, and woman of letters. She achieved renown as translator of Pierre Corneille's Pompée and Horace, and for her editions of poetry.Size 167 mm x 118 mm paper size. From the The Gentleman's Magazine .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". published by Vernor, Hood & Sharpe published 1804 135 mm x 102 mm paper size b  x 2 £20  unmounted b



Sydney Morgan (née Owenson), Lady Morgan
(1783?-1859), Novelist  born in Dublin; published verse and Irish songs; The Wild Irish Girl, 1806, established her fame as a novelist and she wrote several more novels on Irish themes; wrote successful accounts of her travels in France and Italy; the first woman to receive a government pension for services to the world of letters. . Published by Dean & Munday stipple engraving, published 1816 159 mm x 100 mm paper  size  From an illustration in Ladies Monthly Museum. £16




Sydney Morgan (née Owenson), Lady Morgan
(1783?-1859), Novelist  born in Dublin; published verse and Irish songs; The Wild Irish Girl, 1806, established her fame as a novelist and she wrote several more novels on Irish themes; wrote successful accounts of her travels in France and Italy; the first woman to receive a government pension for services to the world of letters. Sketched by J. P. Davis, and engraved by T. Wright . from  The London Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres dated 1820 Printed for HENRY COLBURN & CO., Conduit-street, London, Size     Height: 215 millimetres    Width: 138 millimetres £16



  Hannah More
1745 to 1833 English religious writer and Evangelical philanthropist Engraved by W Finden  published 1834 by  H. B. Seeley and W. Bumside £12 x 3




Lady Caroline Lamb
(1785-1828), Novelist. Stipple engraving, by Henry Meyer, published by Henry Colburn
published 1 May 1819 Size 181 mm x 119 mm paper size Some light soiling rarer  cropped  page £16



Teresia Constantia Phillips
Teresia Constantia Phillips (author/poet; British; Female; 1709 - 1765)Courtesan, known for her memoirs, 'An apology for the conduct...' (1748-9); married Henry Muilman, a Dutch merchant, in 1724. Mezzotint painted by Joseph Highmore (painter/ draughtsman; British; Male; 1692 - 1780) engraved by Faber £85 inc delivery  short 5mm margins tipped on to a backing sheet




Miss Linwood
Mary Linwood (1755–1845) was a needle woman who exhibited her worsted embroidery or crewel embroidery in Leicester and London, and was the school mistress of a private school later known as Mary Linwood Comprehensive School. In 1790, she received a medal from the Society of Arts. Vernor & Hood, London, 1800. Stipple engraving by Ridley after a drawing by Rivers of Miss Linwood. Image size: 118 x 85 mm. From The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners, with ..
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Anne Killigrew
 (1660-1685) was an English poet. Born in London, Killigrew is perhaps best known as the subject of a famous elegy by the poet John Dryden entitled To The Pious Memory of the Accomplish'd Young Lady Mrs. Anne Killigrew (1686). She was however a skilful poet in her own right, and her Poems were published posthumously in 1686. Dryden compared her poetic abilities to the famous Greek poet of antiquity, Sappho. Killigrew died of smallpox aged 25. Published by  J.W.H. Payne in 1814. From The Ladies Monthly Museum, London: Vernor & Hood Publishers, 1798-1828; London: J.W.H. Payne 1814-1828, 29 vols. unmounted x 2 b £15 dated 1812




Anne Killigrew
 (1660-1685) was an English poet. Born in London, Killigrew is perhaps best known as the subject of a famous elegy by the poet John Dryden entitled To The Pious Memory of the Accomplish'd Young Lady Mrs. Anne Killigrew (1686). She was however a skilful poet in her own right, and her Poems were published posthumously in 1686. Dryden compared her poetic abilities to the famous Greek poet of antiquity, Sappho. Killigrew died of smallpox aged 25.by Francis Engleheart, after Sir Peter Lely  stipple engraving, 1821 Size 201 mm x 136 mm plate size; 474 mm x 350 mm paper size. Proof to india paper soiled back paper  £15



Mrs Montagu
Elizabeth Montagu (2 October 1718 – 25 August 1800) was a British social reformer, patron of the arts, salonist, literary critic, and writer   'Published by : E. Harding. Stipple engraving tipped to paper by and published by Edward Harding,  stipple engraving, published 1800 Size190 mm x 136 mm plate size .From 'The British Cabinet; containing portraits of illustrious personages, with biographical memoirs', by John Adolphus, published by E. Harding, 2 vols., 1799, 1800.@£20 dated 1792





Mrs Montagu
Elizabeth Montagu (2 October 1718 – 25 August 1800) was a British social reformer, patron of the arts, salonist, literary critic, and writer  From  The Monthly Mirror (1795-1811). Founded by Thomas Bellamy By J. Wright, Si. John's Square, Clerkenwell publishedby Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe, in the Poultry ; unmounted b x 2 unmounted b  £16 scarce dated 



Mrs. Montague,
Elizabeth Montagu / Mrs Montague  (2 October 1718 – 25 August 1800) By William Ridley Small copper engraving from THE MONTHLY MIRROR dated 1800 some marking £10




Mrs. Montague,
Elizabeth Montagu / Mrs Montague  (2 October 1718 – 25 August 1800) Hand tinted engraving £12  not exactly as pic



Mrs Montague


Elizabeth Montagu / Mrs Montague  (2 October 1718 – 25 August 1800) engraved by R Cooper, from a Miniature by Linch (dated 1809.) Frontispiece to 1810 Letters of Mrs Elizabeth Montagu From an Early Age to 23 in 2 Volumes. Fictional view in the character of Ann boleyn  ! £8 small oval




Mrs Montague
Elizabeth Montagu / Mrs Montague  (2 October 1718 – 25 August 1800) by Wilson Lowry line engraving, published 1787 by Wilson Lowry  copper engraving  from  The London Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres dated 1820 Printed for HENRY COLBURN & CO., Conduit-street, London, Size     Height: 215 millimetres    Width: 138 millimetres £18




Elizabeth Montagu / Mrs Montague
(2 October 1718 – 25 August 1800) was a British social reformer, patron of the arts, salonist, literary critic, and writer who helped organize and lead the bluestocking society. Her parents were both from wealthy families with strong ties to the British peerage and intellectual life. She married Edward Montagu, a wealthy man with extensive holdings, to become one of the wealthiest women of her era. She devoted this wealth to fostering English and Scottish literature and to the relief of the poor. Antique copper engraved print from THE EUROPEAN MAGAZINE. and. LONDON REVIEW. Containing. PORTRAITS, VIEWS, BIOGRAPHY, ANECDOTES, LITERATURE, ran from 1808 to12 published and edited by James Asperne (1757 to1820) .It was in direct competition with the Gentleman's Magazine. Its founding editor, James Perry soon passed proprietorship to the Shakespearean scholar Isaac Reed and his partners John Sewell and Daniel Braithwaite, who guided the European Magazine during its first two decades . RARE  £20  unmounted b x 7 dated 1806 by Ridley after H0ll .Page size 13 x 21 cm+ b x3 £20




Mrs Montagu / Mrs Barbauld
"Particulars relating to Mrs. Montagu and Mrs. Barbauld"  / Anna Laetitia Barbauld .The Blue Stockings Society was an informal women's social and educational movement in England in the mid-18th century. The society emphasized education and mutual co-operation rather than the individualism which marked the French version.  engraving by T Wright from  Westminster Magazine 4 (June 1776) RARE £20 b



Letitia Elizabeth Landon
(14 August 1802 – 15 October 1838), English poet and novelist, better known by her initials L. E. L. Stipple engraving by J. Wright (artist) engraved by Samuel,  Freeman, born 1773 - died 1857 (engraver)   from  The London Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres dated 1820 Printed for HENRY COLBURN & CO., Conduit-street, London, Size     Height: 215 millimetres    Width: 138 millimetres £15  x 3




Lady Caroline Lamb
(1785-1828), Novelist.  Original steel engraving by E.Finden from a picture by C.Stanfield, published in 1832 by John Murray in Finden's Illustrations of the Life and Works of Lord Byron.  Size 13.5 x 10 cm Unmounted £15 x 2



Frances Elizabeth King
(née Bernard) (1757-1821), Philanthropist and writer. Published, [London, England] : pub. by Dean and Munday, . From The Ladies' Monthly Museum, or, Polite Repository of Amusement andInstruction Being an assemblage of whatever can tend to please the fancy,interest the mind, or exalt the character, of The British Fair,  b x 2 unmounted b  £16  toned page edge




Frances Elizabeth King
(née Bernard) (1757-1821), Philanthropist and writer. by Edward Scriven, after Edward Hastings  stipple engraving, published 1822  published by Rivington, London   one trimmed page £12 x 2



Mary Russell Mitford
 (author/poet; British; Female; 1787 - 1855) Novelist and dramatist, best known for Our Village, her sketches of rural life, published in parts between 1824 and 1832. From a childs story book  published  London: John Limbird, 143, Strand, 1836, 13.5 x 10.7 cm £12




Mary Russell Mitford
 (author/poet; British; Female; 1787 - 1855) Novelist and dramatist, best known for Our Village, her sketches of rural life, published in parts between 1824 and 1832. Large proof engraving unsourced £12



Mary Russell Mitford
 (author/poet; British; Female; 1787 - 1855) Novelist and dramatist, best known for Our Village, her sketches of rural life, published in parts between 1824 and 1832.  . Stipple Engraving  From' The New Monthly Magazine and Universal Register '  a "virulently Tory"competitor to Sir Richard Phillips' Monthly Magazine in 1814. A British monthly magazine published by Henry Colburn between 1814 and 1884. Proof copy 1818 £20


trimmed copy £12




Mary Russell Mitford
 (author/poet; British; Female; 1787 - 1855) Novelist and dramatist, best known for Our Village, her sketches of rural life, published in parts between 1824 and 1832.  . Stipple Engraving  Published From 'La Belle Assemblée: Or, Court and Fashionable Magazine; Containing Interesting and Original Literature, and Records of the Beau-monde  1821 Another by J. Bell, 1816 -22 RARE Size  image 145 x 104 mm b unmounted b  £20



Sydney Morgan
(née Owenson), Lady Morgan (1783?-1859), Novelist; born in Dublin; published verse and Irish songs; The Wild Irish Girl, 1806, established her fame as a novelist and she wrote several more novels on Irish themes. From an original sketch by Sir T. Lawrence. In the possession of J. Stockdale Esq. ; Engraved by Mr. P. Roberts for the British Lady Magazine.  (1815-1818). dated 1818  edge of page toning/soiling  £12 x 2




Mrs. Brooke.
Frances Brooke (née Moore; 12 January 1724 – 23 January 1789) was an English novelist, essayist, playwright and translator. Stipple engraving  from A collection of engraved and lithographed Portraits of English poetesses; made by F. J. Stainforth, together with a few autograph letters, etc... Originally published/produced in 1812 £15  b x 



Catharine Macaulay (née Sawbridge)

by James Caldwall, after Robert Edge Pine
line engraving, (circa 1775) Same as the one described but 'opposite' so suspect Gentleman's Magazine or similar Size 230 mm x 176 mm  £15




Antoinette Bourignon
 (1616-1680), Flemish Mystic.This engraving had been made for the French edition of her complete works (1686), and was re-used by Caulfield .Published by James Caulfield line engraving, published 1794 .;Illustration  for Characters of Remarkable Persons by James Caulfield (J.Herbert 1794 ) £15 x 2



Catharine Macaulay (née Sawbridge)

by Marais le Jeune stipple engraving, late 18th-early 19th century Size 187 mm x 119 mmpaper size rare French engraving £15





Catharine Macaulay (née Sawbridge)

Copper engraving published in The New Lady's Magazine, Or, Polite and Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex, c 1790 scarce after John Francis Moore
line engraving, 1777 or after Size 83 mm x 101 mm)paper size £15

 






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Catharine Macaulay  in the character of a Roman matron lamenting the lost liberties of Rome

(born Catharine Sawbridge and, by the time of her death, Catharine Graham) (2 April 1731 – 22 June 1791) was an English historian author of a radical history of England; essays about the politics of the American and French Revolutions; and an important educational treatise . by Williams, after Katharine Read Copper line engraving, 1770 Size 148 mm x 103 mm plate size;165 mm x 116 mm paper size x  b £15




Catharine Macaulay
(born Catharine Sawbridge and, by the time of her death, Catharine Graham) (2 April 1731 – 22 June 1791) was an English historian author of a radical history of England; essays about the politics of the American and French Revolutions; and an important educational treatise .  Engraving from Katharine Read’s portrait of Catharine Macaulay (1769) engraved by Henry R. Cooke Published by  J.W.H. Payne in 1814. From The Ladies Monthly Museum, London: Vernor & Hood Publishers, 1798-1828; London: J.W.H. Payne 1814-1828, 29 vols. unmounted x 2 b £15






Hester Lynch Piozzi
(nee Salusbury, later Mrs Thrale) (1741-1821), Writer and friend of Dr Johnson. From 'The British Gallery of Contemporary Portraits, Being a Series of Engravings of the Most Eminent Persons Now Living or Lately Deceased in Great Britain and Ireland: From Drawings Accurately Made from Life or from the Most Approved Original Pictures, Accompanied by Short Biographical Notices, 2 vols. published by  T. Cadell & Davies, London, 1810  to 1822 Size normally   38 x 32 cm but page sizes vary from folio down  unmounted £30inc delivery




Mrs Montagu
Elizabeth Montagu (2 October 1718 – 25 August 1800) was a British social reformer, patron of the arts, salonist, literary critic, and writer  From 'The British Gallery of Contemporary Portraits, Being a Series of Engravings of the Most Eminent Persons Now Living or Lately Deceased in Great Britain and Ireland: From Drawings Accurately Made from Life or from the Most Approved Original Pictures, Accompanied by Short Biographical Notices, 2 vols. published by  T. Cadell & Davies, London, 1810  to 1822 Size normally   38 x 32 cm but page sizes vary from folio down  unmounted £30inc delivery x 2



Mrs Anne Grant
Anne MacVicar (1755–1838), Mrs James Grant of Laggan, Writer From 'The British Gallery of Contemporary Portraits, Being a Series of Engravings of the Most Eminent Persons Now Living or Lately Deceased in Great Britain and Ireland: From Drawings Accurately Made from Life or from the Most Approved Original Pictures, Accompanied by Short Biographical Notices, 2 vols. published by  T. Cadell & Davies, London, 1810  to 1822 Size normally   38 x 32 cm but page sizes vary from folio down  unmounted £30inc delivery x 2




Elizabeth Hamilton
 (1756?-1816), Novelist and essayist From 'The British Gallery of Contemporary Portraits, Being a Series of Engravings of the Most Eminent Persons Now Living or Lately Deceased in Great Britain and Ireland: From Drawings Accurately Made from Life or from the Most Approved Original Pictures, Accompanied by Short Biographical Notices, 2 vols. published by  T. Cadell & Davies, London, 1810  to 1822 Size normally   38 x 32 cm but page sizes vary from folio down  unmounted £30inc delivery x 2



Mrs Charlotte Smith
Charlotte Smith (nee Turner) (1749-1806), Poet and novelist.
Antique copper engraved print from THE EUROPEAN MAGAZINE. and. LONDON REVIEW. Containing. PORTRAITS, VIEWS, BIOGRAPHY, ANECDOTES, LITERATURE, ran from 1808 to12 published and edited by James Asperne (1757 to1820) .It was in direct competition with the Gentleman's Magazine. Its founding editor, James Perry soon passed proprietorship to the Shakespearean scholar Isaac Reed and his partners John Sewell and Daniel Braithwaite, who guided the European Magazine during its first two decades . RARE  £20  unmounted b x 7 dated 1806 by Ridley after H0ll .Page size 13 x 21 cm+ b x3 £20  unmounted b



Mrs Wollstonecraft / wife of  William Godwin /Mary Wollstonecraft
 by William Ridley, published by Thomas Bellamy, after John Opie stipple engraving, published 1 February 1796. From The Monthly Mirror (1795-1811). Founded by Thomas Bellamy  unmounted b x unmounted b

 

Mrs Elizabeth Rowe (nee Singer) (1674-1737), Author

Copper engraving published in The New Lady's Magazine, Or, Polite and Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex, c 1790 scarce  unmounted b  £15 unmounted b





Mrs Pope

daughter of Samuale Cooper Painter, mother of Alexander Pope

Copperplate engraving from Richardson's "Portraits illustrating Granger's Biographical History of England," London, 1792–1812. Published by William Richardson, printseller, London. James Granger (1723–1776) was an English clergyman, biographer, and print collector. Published 1799 by W. Richardson No 31 Strand.. page size 25 x 33 cm. £30  unmounted b




Mrs Piozzi
Writer and friend of Dr Johnson

Stipple engraving engraved by Henry R. Cooke Published by  J.W.H. Payne in 1813. From The Ladies Monthly Museum, London: Vernor & Hood Publishers, 1798-1828; London: J.W.H. Payne 1814-1828, 29 vols. unmounted x3..£15 b unmounted b




Mrs Ann Plumptree /Ann Plumptre (1760-1818), Author
Author of Narrative of a Three Years' Residence in France,

Stipple Engraving  engraved by by James Hopwood Jr,Published, [London, England] : pub. by Dean and Munday, 1817. From The Ladies' Monthly Museum, or, Polite Repository of Amusement andInstruction Being an assemblage of whatever can tend to please the fancy,interest the mind, or exalt the character, of The British Fair,  b  unmounted b  £15


 

Frances Trollope


by William Holl Jr, after Lucy Adams, after Auguste Hervieu
stipple engraving, published 1845 (circa 1832)
8 3/4 in. x 5 1/2 in. (222 mm x 140 mm) plate size; 10 5/8 in. x 7 1/8 in. (270 mm x 181 mm) paper size unmounted b  £12




Mrs Elizabeth Rowe (nee Singer) (1674-1737), Author

 The London Magazine was originally founded in 1732 as the "London Magazine, or Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer". It ran from 1732 to 1785 in political opposition to the Tory-based Gentleman's Magazine  . Image size normally 17 x 11+ cm unmounted Scarce .Printed for R.Baldwin, Pater Noster Row RARE  1750-1752  £20 unmounted b







Mary Kirk /Mary Kirk Vernon
Stipple engraving from A description of the villa of Mr. Horace Walpole : youngest son of Sir Robert Walpole Earl of Orford at Strawberry-Hill at Twickenham, Middlesex. With an inventory of the furniture, pictures, curiosities, &c. Strawberry Hill : Printed by Thomas Kirgate, MDCCLXXXIV [1784]  cropped page unmounted b  £12


Elizabeth Russell (nee Cooke), Lady Russell

Copperplate engraving from Richardson's "Portraits illustrating Granger's Biographical History of England," London, 1792–1812. Published by William Richardson, printseller, London. James Granger (1723–1776) was an English clergyman, biographer, and print collector. Published 1799 by W. Richardson No 31 Strand.. page size 25 x 33 cm £30  unmounted b

 

Mrs E Griffith
Elizabeth Griffith (1727-1793), Playwright and novelist. Cropped to plate mark  line engraving from  The London Magazine was originally founded in 1732 as the "London Magazine, or Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer". It ran from 1732 to 1785 in political opposition to the Tory-based Gentleman's Magazine  . Image size normally 17 x 11+ cm unmounted Scarce .Printed for R.Baldwin, Pater Noster Row RARE  1801  x 2b £20 unmounted b





The Hon Mrs Howe
Original antique copper stipple engraving from 'The Ladys Magazine' . The  Magazine, was published  as a joint venture between the bookseller John Coote and publisher John Wheble  later  sold to George Robinson and John Roberts between (1770 - 1800). engraved The Lady's Magazine or Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex, Appropriated Solely to Their Use and Amusement, was a British fashion magazine produced every month from 1770 until 1837 and cost six pence per copy..  Dated 1818 £15 unmounted b



Mrs Opie
Amelia Opie (1769-1853) - English Poetry
Original antique copper engraving from 'The Ladys Magazine' . The  Magazine, was published  as a joint venture between the bookseller John Coote and publisher John Wheble  later  sold to George Robinson and John Roberts between (1770 - 1800). engraved 1814 £15 unmounted b




Mrs Opie
Amelia Opie (1769-1853) - English Poetry
Antique copper engraved print from THE EUROPEAN MAGAZINE. and. LONDON REVIEW. Containing. PORTRAITS, VIEWS, BIOGRAPHY, ANECDOTES, LITERATURE, ran from 1808 to12 published and edited by James Asperne (1757 to1820) .It was in direct competition with the Gentleman's Magazine. Its founding editor, James Perry soon passed proprietorship to the Shakespearean scholar Isaac Reed and his partners John Sewell and Daniel Braithwaite, who guided the European Magazine during its first two decades . RARE  £20  unmounted b x 7 dated 1809 by Ridley after Opie .Page size 13 x 21 cm+ b x3 £20  unmounted b




Mrs Elizabeth Rowe
Antique stipple engraving by Hopwood, From the The Gentleman's Magazine .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". published by Vernor, Hood & Sharpe published 1804 135 mm x 102 mm paper size b  x 2 £20  unmounted b






Mrs Elizabeth Rowe
Elizabeth Singer Rowe (born Elizabeth Singer) (1674–1737) was an English poet and novelist. Antique  Copper engraving published 135 mm x 102 mm paper size b   unmounted b  £12



Mrs Elizabeth Rowe
Antique  Copper engraving  engraved c 1790 135 mm x 102 mm paper size b  £15 b unmounted b






Mrs Elizabeth Rowe
Antique  Copper engraving  engraved by Page published  by William Darton in 1826 135 mm x 102 mm paper size b £15 b unmounted b




Mrs Elizabeth Rowe
 Copper engraved oval by Kitchin (engraver) published by J. Buckland, London, 1777, from 'MEMOIRS OF EMINENTLY PIOUS WOMEN, who were ornaments to their sex, blessings to their families and eddifying examples to their church and the world, in two volumes.' Paper size. 215 mm x 128 mm  £15 unmounted b x 2 unmounted b




Mrs Elizabeth Rowe
Antique  steelengraving  engraved  published  by McGowan135 mm x 102 mm paper size b  £15 b unmounted b

 

Mrs Elizabeth Rowe
Antique stipple engraving by Hopwood, From the The Gentleman's Magazine .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". published by Vernor, Hood & Sharpe published c 1790 135 mm x 102 mm paper size b  x 2 £20 unmounted b



Mrs Elizabeth Rowe
 Antique stipple engraving by Mackenzie, From the The Gentleman's Magazine .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". published by Vernor, Hood & Sharpe published  1803 135 mm x 102 mm paper size b   £20  unmounted b


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