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Carey, William, 1759–1839

Variæ. Historical observations on anti-British and anti-contemporarian prejudices. Important critical coincidences of Lord Byron in 1820; of Thomas Campbell, Esq. in 1818, with William Carey in 1809; and of Sir Walter Scott in 1821, with the same in 1805. Thoughts on the Shakespeare Gallery, and British artists; with other desultory essays, including a predictive announcement of Chantrey, the sculptor's present celebrity, published in the Sheffield Iris, in 1805; and of Gibson, the sculptor's celebrity, published in 1810. By William Carey, respectfully addressed to Sir John Fleming Leicester, Bart. ...

London, Published for the author, by James Macauley Carey, 1822.
Physical Description:
iv, 111, [1] p. 21 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
NX65 C3
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
BAC : "Printed by Howlett and Brimmer."
Subject Terms:
Arts, British.
Boydell, John, 1719-1804. Collection of prints, from pictures painted for the purpose of illustrating the dramatic works of Shakespeare, by the artists of Great Britain.

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