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.
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- iv, 111,  p. 21 cm.
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- 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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Carey, William, 1759-1839, Variæ. Historical observations on anti-British and anti-contemporarian prejudices, 1822
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