The Resource Canadian scenery illustrated, from drawings by W.H. Bartlett ; the literary department by N.P. Willis

Canadian scenery illustrated, from drawings by W.H. Bartlett ; the literary department by N.P. Willis

Label
Canadian scenery illustrated
Title
Canadian scenery illustrated
Statement of responsibility
from drawings by W.H. Bartlett ; the literary department by N.P. Willis
Title variation
Canadian scenery
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
CaOTUTF
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1806-1867
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Willis, Nathaniel Parker
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • portraits
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1809-1854
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  • Hare, Esther
  • Renney, Horace
  • Renney, Elisa
  • Bartlett, W. H.
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  • Canada
  • Canada
Label
Canadian scenery illustrated, from drawings by W.H. Bartlett ; the literary department by N.P. Willis
Link
https://archive.org/details/canadiansceneryi01will_0
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Added engr. title pages: Canadian scenery / by N.P. Willis ; illustrated in a series of views by W.H. Bartlett. London : Published for the proprietors by G. Virtue, 1840-1842
Extent
1 online resource (2 v.
Form of item
online
Immediate source of acquisition
Hugh Anson-Cartwright;
Note
  • Fisher copy 1: "List of subscribers" ([1] p.) tipped in at front. Bound in embossed brown cloth. In box.
  • Fisher copy 2: Portrait wanting. Half bound in green cloth with wavy lines. In box.
  • Fisher copy 3: Added engr. title pages undated; that for v. 2 has imprint: London : Virtue & Company. Half bound in green moirĂ© cloth with gilt decoration on front covers.
  • Fisher copy 4: Bound in dark green paste-grain morocco with decorated gilt border and gilt central illustration, a combination of blocking and hand-tooling, with pictorial spines.
  • Fisher copy 5: Added engr. title pages, map, plates and portrait are coloured. Bound in purple morocco with decorative border, and strapwork panel, a combination of gold and blind tooling.
  • Fisher copy 6: Bound in dark brown embossed calf blocked in blind with the insignia of the Order of the Bath Star in the central ovel panel. Signed (on both covers, upside down on lower covers): "Gaskill, Phila." Cf. Wolf, Edwin, From Gothic windows to peacocks, no. 213. Presentation inscription: "Mrs Esther Hare with all kindest wishes from her brother & sister Horace and Elisa Renney. Christmas, 1842."
Other physical details
map, plates, port.)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Canadian scenery illustrated, from drawings by W.H. Bartlett ; the literary department by N.P. Willis
Link
https://archive.org/details/canadiansceneryi01will_0
Publication
Note
Added engr. title pages: Canadian scenery / by N.P. Willis ; illustrated in a series of views by W.H. Bartlett. London : Published for the proprietors by G. Virtue, 1840-1842
Extent
1 online resource (2 v.
Form of item
online
Immediate source of acquisition
Hugh Anson-Cartwright;
Note
  • Fisher copy 1: "List of subscribers" ([1] p.) tipped in at front. Bound in embossed brown cloth. In box.
  • Fisher copy 2: Portrait wanting. Half bound in green cloth with wavy lines. In box.
  • Fisher copy 3: Added engr. title pages undated; that for v. 2 has imprint: London : Virtue & Company. Half bound in green moirĂ© cloth with gilt decoration on front covers.
  • Fisher copy 4: Bound in dark green paste-grain morocco with decorated gilt border and gilt central illustration, a combination of blocking and hand-tooling, with pictorial spines.
  • Fisher copy 5: Added engr. title pages, map, plates and portrait are coloured. Bound in purple morocco with decorative border, and strapwork panel, a combination of gold and blind tooling.
  • Fisher copy 6: Bound in dark brown embossed calf blocked in blind with the insignia of the Order of the Bath Star in the central ovel panel. Signed (on both covers, upside down on lower covers): "Gaskill, Phila." Cf. Wolf, Edwin, From Gothic windows to peacocks, no. 213. Presentation inscription: "Mrs Esther Hare with all kindest wishes from her brother & sister Horace and Elisa Renney. Christmas, 1842."
Other physical details
map, plates, port.)
Specific material designation
remote

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