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Bewick, Thomas, 1753–1828

The howdy and the upgetting : two tables of sixty years sin seyne / as related by the late Thomas Bewick, of Newcastle, in the Tyne Side dialect.

London : Printed for the admirers of native merit, 1850.
Physical Description:
15 p. : port. ; 25 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
PE1996 .B4 1850
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
Ms. note (in hand of John Gray Bell) reads: "Only 8 printed on this paper."
In original blue paper wrappers.
Imprinted by Samuel Bird, Covent Garden, London, for John Gray Bell, of Bedford Street, in Covent Garden.
Initials by Thomas Bewick.
Portrait of Thomas Bewick engraved by John Jackson.
Subject Terms:
Bell, John Gray -- Pres. insc. to Job Lousley.
Bell, John Gray -- Publisher.
Bird, Samuel -- Printer.
English language -- Dialects -- England -- Northumberland.
Hunter, Edward -- Autograph.
Lousley, Job -- Pres. insc. from John Gray Bell.
Roscoe, S. -- Bookplate.
Wood engravings -- 1850.
Jackson, John, 1801-1848, engraver.
Bewick, Thomas, 1753-1828, engraver.

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