The cabinet of arts, or General instructor in arts, science, trade, practical machinery, the means of preserving human life, and political economy, embracing a variety of important subjects. By Hewson Clarke ... and John Dougall ... Embellished with appropriate engravings.
- London, J. M'Gowan 
- Physical Description:
- 3 p.., 859 p. front., plates (1 fold.) 22 cm.
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsH81 C5 1825Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon FundView by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- BAC : Some plates signed I. Brown; one wood engraving by Berryman, after Craig.
BAC : One plate and some leaves of text watermarked 1824.
Added t.-p., engr.
First published 1817; this edition published 1825, according to the English Catalogue of Books.
The chapters on architecture, painting and engraving are for the most part the same as books 2-4 of The cabinet of the arts, being a new and universal drawing book, edited by T. Hodson and J. Dougall, in 1805.
- Subject Terms:
- Economics.Industrial arts.Occupations.
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