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Smith, Albert, 1816–1860
A hand-book of Mr. Albert Smith's ascent of Mont Blanc : illustrated by Mr. William Beverley : with twenty-five outline engravings of the views : first represented at the Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, Monday Evening, March 15, 1852.
[London] : To be had in the room, and at Chappell's Music Library, 50 New Bond Street, [1854?]
Physical Description:
[30] pages : illustrations ; 12 x 20 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DC611.M68 S65 1854
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
Earlier (?) editions of this program included wood engravings signed W.G.M. (i.e. Walter George Mason?). The wood engravings in the present edition are unsigned.
Advertisement for The leader (newspaper), page [30].
BAC: British Art Center copy in contemporary maroon cloth, stamped in gold.
Original program published to accompany Smith's lectures on the ascent, given at the Egyptian Hall in Piccadilly.
Subject Terms:
Alps, French (France) -- Description and travel.
Amusements -- Great Britain -- 19th century.
Blanc, Mont (France and Italy) -- Description and travel.
Chamounix-Mont-Blanc (France) -- Description and travel.
Mountaineering -- France -- Alps, French.
Smith, Albert, 1816-1860.
Travel -- 19th century -- France.
Wood engravings -- 1854.
Beverley, William Roxby, approximately 1814-1889, illustrator.

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