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Original sketches in the Punjaub / by a Lady.

Additional Title(s):

Sketches in the Panjaub

London : Dickinson, Bro's, 1854.
Physical Description:
[4] p., [20] leaves, [20] leaves of plates : ill. ; 38 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DS485.P87 O75 1854+ Oversize
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
Cover title, stamped in gilt: Sketches in the Panjaub.
British Museum. General catalogue of printed books to 1955 (compact edition), v. 14, 514
Abbey, J.R. Travel in aquatint and lithography, 1770-1860, 483
BAC: British Art Center copy is the Abbey copy. Bound in publisher's blind-tooled red cloth.
Subject Terms:
Architecture -- Pakistan -- Pictorial works.
Dickinson Brothers -- Publisher.
Lahore (Pakistan) -- Pictorial works.
Pakistan -- Description and travel.
Punjab (Pakistan) -- Description and travel.
Punjab (Pakistan) -- Pictorial works.
Lithographs -- Hand-colored -- 1854.

  • Lahore, from the old race-course
  • View of the Shesh Mahal or Palace of Glass
  • A portion of Runjeet's Palace
  • Tomb of Runjeet Singh, built on the place where his body was burnt with four wives & seven female slaves
  • The Shah's Musjid & Walls of Lahore
  • Entrance to the Shah's Musjid, from the Thizooree Bagh
  • Fragment of Old Mogul Palace
  • Entrance to the Viziers Musjid
  • Minarets of the Viziers Musjid
  • Sonowlee Musjid or Golden Temple
  • A street in the city
  • Biram Singh's tomb
  • Ruins of a gateway on the road to Mooltan
  • Anarkullie, from the Mooltan Road
  • The Fort of Govindghur, near Umritsir
  • Entrance to the Holy Temple at Umritsir, from the Gate of the Kutwallee
  • The Holy Temple
  • The Akalee Temple
  • The Kutwalee from the boarders of the Tank
  • A Seikh Temple in honor of Baba Attull Raee.

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