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Ruskin, John, 1819–1900
Leoni : a legend of Italy.
Physical Description:
p. 217-226 : ill. ; 16 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
PR5261 L4 1837
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Plates in this volume engraved by G.A. Periam, John William Cook, Robert Staines, Edward Goodall, Charles Rolls, W.C. Wrankmore, Henry Rolls, George K. Richardson, William Henry Simmons, Peter Lightfoot, and R. Easton; after Fanny Corbaux, Henry Corbould, W. Penley, William Purser, R. Hill, John William Wright, Joseph John Jenkins, George Barret, J. Webster, Aaron Penley and Henry James Richter.
Bound in blind-stamped maroon publisher's leather.
I̲n̲ Friendship's offering and winter's wreath. -- (1837)
Published separately in 1868 (cf. Wise 139).
This volume also contains the poem "The Last Smile" by John Ruskin on p. 102.
Wise, T.J. Ruskin, 347
Subject Terms:
Gift books -- Specimens.
Smith, Anne -- Autograph, 1886.
Smith, Elder and Co. -- Publisher.
Steel engraving -- Specimens -- 1837.
Stewart and Co. -- Printer.
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. Last smile.
Periam, G. A., engraver.
Cook, John William, engraver.
Staines, Robert, 1805-1849, engraver.
Goodall, Edward, 1795-1870, engraver.
Rolls, Charles, 1800-, engraver.
Wrankmore, W. C., engraver.
Rolls, Henry, fl. 1831-1850, engraver.
Richardson, George K., -approximately 1891, engraver.
Simmons, William Henry, 1811-1882, engraver.
Lightfoot, Peter, 1805-1885, engraver.
Easton, R., fl. 1837, engraver.
Corbaux, F. (Fanny), 1812-1883, ill.
Corbould, H. (Henry), 1787-1844, ill.
Penley, W., ill.
Purser, William, active 1805-1834, ill.
Hill, R., ill.
Wright, John William, 1802-1848, ill.
Jenkins, Joseph John, 1811-1885, ill.
Barret, George, d. 1842, ill.
Webster, John, 1580?-1625?, ill.
Penley, Aaron, 1807-1870, ill.
Richter, Henry James, 1772-1857, ill.

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