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George Garrard Ranger, a setter, the property of Elizabeth Gray
George Garrard, 1760–1826
Ranger, a setter, the property of Elizabeth Gray
1797
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William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Title Page, "Night the First, on Life, Death and Immortality."
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Title Page, "Night the First, on Life, Death and Immortality."
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 17, "Night the Second, on Time, Death and Friendship"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 17, "Night the Second, on Time, Death and Friendship"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 19, "Emblem of That Which Shall Awake the Dead"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 19, "Emblem of That Which Shall Awake the Dead"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 23, "We Censure Nature for a Span Too Short"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 23, "We Censure Nature for a Span Too Short"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 31, "'Tis Greatly Wise to Talk with Our Past Hours"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 31, "'Tis Greatly Wise to Talk with Our Past Hours"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 24, "Time, in Advance, behind Him Hides His Wings"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 24, "Time, in Advance, behind Him Hides His Wings"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 25, "Behold Him, When Past by; What Then Is Seen"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 25, "Behold Him, When Past by; What Then Is Seen"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 27, "O Treacherous Conscience!"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 27, "O Treacherous Conscience!"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 16, "Oft Bursts My Song beyond the Bounds of Life"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 16, "Oft Bursts My Song beyond the Bounds of Life"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 26, "Measuring His Motions by Revolving Spheres"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 26, "Measuring His Motions by Revolving Spheres"
1797
William Blake "Edward Young's 'The Complaint and The Consolation' or 'Night Thoughts'" London, by William Blake and Edward Young
William Blake, 1757–1827
"Edward Young's 'The Complaint and The Consolation' or 'Night Thoughts'" London, by William Blake and Edward Young
1797
William Blake The Complaint and the Consolation; or Night Thoughts
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Complaint and the Consolation; or Night Thoughts
1797
William Blake Plate 8 (page 13): 'The present moment terminates our sight'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 8 (page 13): 'The present moment terminates our sight'
1797
William Blake Plate 21 (page 37): 'Love, and love only, is the loan for love'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 21 (page 37): 'Love, and love only, is the loan for love'
1797
William Blake Plate 22 (page 40): ' Angels should paint it, angels ever there'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 22 (page 40): ' Angels should paint it, angels ever there'
1797
William Blake Plate 26 (page 49): 'As if the sun could envy, check'd his beam'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 26 (page 49): 'As if the sun could envy, check'd his beam'
1797
William Blake Plate 34 (page 73): 'Draw the dire steel? -- ah no!-- the dreadful blessing'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 34 (page 73): 'Draw the dire steel? -- ah no!-- the dreadful blessing'
1797
William Blake Plate 43 (page 95): 'The goddess bursts in thunder and in flame'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 43 (page 95): 'The goddess bursts in thunder and in flame'
1797
William Blake Plate 31 (page 65): [Night the Fourth] 'THE/ CHRISTIAN/ TRIUMPH'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 31 (page 65): [Night the Fourth] 'THE/ CHRISTIAN/ TRIUMPH'
1797
William Blake Plate 2 (page 1): 'Swift on his downy pinion flies from woe'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 2 (page 1): 'Swift on his downy pinion flies from woe'
1797
William Blake Plate 4 (page 7): 'Till at Death's toll, whose restless iron tounge'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 4 (page 7): 'Till at Death's toll, whose restless iron tounge'
1797
William Blake Plate 6 (page 10): 'Disease invades the chastest temperence'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 6 (page 10): 'Disease invades the chastest temperence'
1797
William Blake Plate 7 (page 12): 'Its favours here are trials, not rewards'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 7 (page 12): 'Its favours here are trials, not rewards'
1797
William Blake Plate 9 (page 15):' The longest night though longer far, would fail'
Engravings by William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 9 (page 15):' The longest night though longer far, would fail'
1797
William Blake Plate 11 (page 17): 'NIGHT the SECOND/ ON/ TIME,/DEATH/ AND FRIENDSHIP'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 11 (page 17): 'NIGHT the SECOND/ ON/ TIME,/DEATH/ AND FRIENDSHIP'
1797
William Blake Plate 12 (page 19): 'Emblem of that which shall awake the dead'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 12 (page 19): 'Emblem of that which shall awake the dead'
1797
William Blake Plate 13 (page 23): 'We censure nature for a span too short'
Engravings by William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 13 (page 23): 'We censure nature for a span too short'
1797
William Blake Plate 15 (page 25): 'Behold him, when past by; what then is seen'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 15 (page 25): 'Behold him, when past by; what then is seen'
1797
William Blake Plate 17 (page 27): 'O treacherous conscience! while she seems to sleep"
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 17 (page 27): 'O treacherous conscience! while she seems to sleep"
1797
William Blake Plate 18 (page 31): ''Tis greatly wise to talk with our past hours'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 18 (page 31): ''Tis greatly wise to talk with our past hours'
1797
William Blake Plate 19 (page 33): 'Like that, the dial speaks; and points to thee'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 19 (page 33): 'Like that, the dial speaks; and points to thee'
1797
William Blake Plate 20 (page 35): 'Teaching, we learn; and giving, we retain'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 20 (page 35): 'Teaching, we learn; and giving, we retain'
1797
William Blake Plate 23 (page 41): 'One radiant MARK; the Death bed of the Just'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 23 (page 41): 'One radiant MARK; the Death bed of the Just'
1797
William Blake Plate 24 (page 43): 'NIGHT/ THE/ THIRD,/ NARCISSA'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 24 (page 43): 'NIGHT/ THE/ THIRD,/ NARCISSA'
1797
William Blake Plate 25 (page 46): 'Where sense runs savage broke from reason's chain'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 25 (page 46): 'Where sense runs savage broke from reason's chain'
1797
William Blake Plate 41 (page 92): 'When faith is virtue, reason makes it so'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 41 (page 92): 'When faith is virtue, reason makes it so'
1797
William Blake Plate 42 (page 93): 'If angels tremble, 'tis at such a sight'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 42 (page 93): 'If angels tremble, 'tis at such a sight'
1797
William Blake The Complaint and the Consolation; or Night Thoughts (and title page)
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Complaint and the Consolation; or Night Thoughts (and title page)
1797
William Blake Plate 27 (page 54): 'The vale of death! that hush'd cimmerian vale'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 27 (page 54): 'The vale of death! that hush'd cimmerian vale'
1797
William Blake Plate 28 (page 55): 'Ungrateful, shall we grieve their hovering shades'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 28 (page 55): 'Ungrateful, shall we grieve their hovering shades'
1797
William Blake Plate 29 (page 57): 'Trembling each gulp, lest death should snatch the bowl'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 29 (page 57): 'Trembling each gulp, lest death should snatch the bowl'
1797
William Blake Plate 30 (page 63): 'This KING OF TERRORS is the PRINCE OF PEACE'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 30 (page 63): 'This KING OF TERRORS is the PRINCE OF PEACE'
1797
William Blake Plate 32 (page 70): 'Till death, that mighty hunter, earths them all'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 32 (page 70): 'Till death, that mighty hunter, earths them all'
1797
William Blake Plate 35 (page 75): 'The Sun beheld it -- No, the shocking Scene Drove back his chariot'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 35 (page 75): 'The Sun beheld it -- No, the shocking Scene Drove back his chariot'
1797
William Blake Plate 36 (page 80): 'The thunder if in that the ALMIGHTY dwells'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 36 (page 80): 'The thunder if in that the ALMIGHTY dwells'
1797
William Blake Plate 37 (page 86): 'His hand the good man fastens on the skies'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 37 (page 86): 'His hand the good man fastens on the skies'
1797
William Blake Plate 38 (page 87): 'Is lost in love! thou great PHILANTHROPIST'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 38 (page 87): 'Is lost in love! thou great PHILANTHROPIST'
1797
William Blake Plate 40 (page 90): 'That touch, with charm celestial heals the soul'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 40 (page 90): 'That touch, with charm celestial heals the soul'
1797
William Blake Plate 3 (page 4): 'What, though my soul fantastick measures trod'
William Blake, 1757–1827
Plate 3 (page 4): 'What, though my soul fantastick measures trod'
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 40, "Angels Should Paint It, Angels Ever There"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 40, "Angels Should Paint It, Angels Ever There"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 41, "One Radiant Mark; the Deathbed of the Just"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 41, "One Radiant Mark; the Deathbed of the Just"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 65, Night the Fourth, "The Christian Triumph."
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 65, Night the Fourth, "The Christian Triumph."
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 73, "Draw the Dire Steel? -- Ah No!"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 73, "Draw the Dire Steel? -- Ah No!"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 75, "The Sun Beheld it -- No, the Shocking Scene"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 75, "The Sun Beheld it -- No, the Shocking Scene"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 80, "The Thunder If in That the Almighty Dwells"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 80, "The Thunder If in That the Almighty Dwells"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 86, "His Hand the Good Man Fastens on the Skies"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 86, "His Hand the Good Man Fastens on the Skies"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 88, "But for the Blessing Wrestle Not with Heaven"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 88, "But for the Blessing Wrestle Not with Heaven"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 90, "That Touch, with Charm Celestial Heals the Soul"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 90, "That Touch, with Charm Celestial Heals the Soul"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 92, "When Faith Is Virtue, Reason Makes It So"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 92, "When Faith Is Virtue, Reason Makes It So"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 7, "Till at Death's Toll, Whose Restless Iron Tounge"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 7, "Till at Death's Toll, Whose Restless Iron Tounge"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 93, "If Angels Tremble, 'Tis at Such a Sight"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 93, "If Angels Tremble, 'Tis at Such a Sight"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 95, "The Goddess Bursts in Thunder and in Flame"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 95, "The Goddess Bursts in Thunder and in Flame"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 8, "Death! Great Proprietor of All!"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 8, "Death! Great Proprietor of All!"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 10, "Disease Invades the Chastest Temperence"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 10, "Disease Invades the Chastest Temperence"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 15, "The Longest Night Though Longer Far, Would Fail"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 15, "The Longest Night Though Longer Far, Would Fail"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 13, "The Present Moment Terminates our Sight"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 13, "The Present Moment Terminates our Sight"
1797
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 1, "The Pindaric Genius Receiving His Lyre"
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 1, "The Pindaric Genius Receiving His Lyre"
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 107, "Elegy Written in a Country Church-Yard."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 107, "Elegy Written in a Country Church-Yard."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 11, "Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 11, "Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 113, "Elegy Written in a Country Church-Yard."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 113, "Elegy Written in a Country Church-Yard."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 115, "Elegy Written in a Country Church-Yard."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 115, "Elegy Written in a Country Church-Yard."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 17, "Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 17, "Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 19, "Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 19, "Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 21, "Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 21, "Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 23, "A Long Story."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 23, "A Long Story."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 27, "A Long Story."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 27, "A Long Story."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 29, "A Long Story."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 29, "A Long Story."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 33, "A Long Story."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 33, "A Long Story."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 37, "Ode to Adversity."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 37, "Ode to Adversity."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 41, "The Progress of Poesy."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 41, "The Progress of Poesy."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 45, "The Progress of Poesy."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 45, "The Progress of Poesy."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 47, "The Progress of Poesy."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 47, "The Progress of Poesy."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 5, "Ode on the Spring."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 5, "Ode on the Spring."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 57, "The Bard."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 57, "The Bard."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 69, "The Fatal Sisters."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 69, "The Fatal Sisters."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 7, "Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 7, "Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 71, "The Fatal Sisters."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 71, "The Fatal Sisters."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 77, "The Descent of Odin."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 77, "The Descent of Odin."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 79, "The Descent of Odin."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 79, "The Descent of Odin."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 81, "The Descent of Odin."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 81, "The Descent of Odin."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 85, "The Descent of Odin."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 85, "The Descent of Odin."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 9, "Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 9, "Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 91, "The Triumphs of Owen."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 91, "The Triumphs of Owen."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 97, "Ode for Music."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 97, "Ode for Music."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 99, "Ode for Music."
William Blake, 1757–1827
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 99, "Ode for Music."
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 33, "Like That, the Dial Speaks; and Points to Thee"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 33, "Like That, the Dial Speaks; and Points to Thee"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 1, "Swift on His Downy Pinion Flies from Woe"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 1, "Swift on His Downy Pinion Flies from Woe"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 35, "Teaching, We Learn; and Giving, We Retain"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 35, "Teaching, We Learn; and Giving, We Retain"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 37, "Love, and Love Only, Is the Loan for Love"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 37, "Love, and Love Only, Is the Loan for Love"
1797