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'Richmond, and its surrounding scenery. Engraved by and under the direction of W.B. Cooke. With descriptive letterpress, by Mrs. Hofland. Dedicated, by permission, to Her Grace the Duchess of Northumberland. Containing twenty-four plates' (London: W.B. Cooke) 1832; containing 24 tipped-in etchings printed on shiny paper, etched by Cooke after J.D. Harding (unless said otherwise):
'Cholmondeley Walk, Richmond'
'Riverside Villa, formerly called Asgill House'
'Asgill House, Richmond, the villa of Mrs Palmer'
'Richmond bridge, taken near the steps'
'The Toll House, Richmond bridge'
'View from Richmond Bridge looking towards Twickenham'
'View from Richmond Bridge looking towards Isleworth'
'Richmond Bridge and the rustic arbour'
'The Duke of Buccleugh's', after G. Barnard
'Marble Hill Cottage in Twinckenham Meadows', after G. Barnard
'Richmond Hill seen from Petersham Meadows', etched by Frederick Smith
'Sir George Pococke's seat at Twickenham'
'View from Twickenham looking towards Richmond Hill'
'Strawberry Hill', etched by Frederick Smith after G. Barnard
'The lodge entrance to Archdeacon Cambridge's grounds'
'Richmond, seen from Twickenham park', etched by Frederick Smith
'Observatory and obelisk in Richmond gardens', etched by Frederick Smith after G. Barnard
'St Margaret's, Twickenham park, seat of the Ealr of Cassillis', drawn and etched by Frederick Smith
'Isleworth Ferry', after G. Barnard
'The Pavilion in the grounds of Syon House'
'Syon House, the seat of the Duke of Northumberland', after G. Barnard
'Summer house of Thomson the poet', after G. Barnard
also including with etchingof the 'New Church at Richmond' with text below, and various wood-engravings within the text. Together with dedication to the Duchess of Northumberland, list of subscribers, list of illustrations, index, errata and original title-page at the back. Bound in brown quarter-leather.
Etching and wood-engraving
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Height: 280 millimetres (approx. size of each page)
Width: 220 millimetres
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- Cataloguing supported by the Elizabeth Cayzer Charitable Trust
- Not on display
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Associated Title: Richmond, and its surrounding scenery
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