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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 sixteen 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, [1852?]
[London] : Savill & Edwards, printers, 4, Chandos Street, Covent Garden
Physical Description:
28, [4] pages : illustrations ; 12 x 20 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DC611.M68 S65 1852
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
Wood-engraved illustrations by W.G.M. (Walter George Mason?).
"Price sixpence."--Front wrapper.
Printers' names from front wrapper.
BAC: British Art Center copy in publisher's original printed wrappers.
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 -- 1852.
Beverley, William Roxby, approximately 1814-1889, illustrator.
Mason, Walter George, 1820-1866, engraver.
Savill and Edwards, printer.

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