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Richard Penn, Esq., after E. U. Eddis; M. Gauci, lithog.
Presented by Richard Penn, Esq.
CHARLES RIVINGTON, Esq., after Jos. Slater, by F. C. Lewis.
Presented by John Holmes, Esq.
John Holmes, Esq., F.S.A., after H. B. Love; W. Sharp, lithog.
Presented by John Holmes, Esq., of East Retford.
John IRELAND, Esq., after T. R. Smith, by T. Mills.
Presented by the Engrarer.
St. Peter's, WESTMINSTER, by Dan. King.
Presented by Edward Church, Esq.
THE MARRIAGE Feast, after Paul Veronese, by Nich. Cochin.
Presented by F. Pickering, Esq.
THE FOLLOWING PORTRAITS AND OTHER PRINTS
AFTER Sir Joshua REYNOLDS.
Sir Jous AUBREY. By Jones.
Proof before letters.
DR. JOHNSON, BLIND. By T. Watson.
THE SMALL SET OF THE Passion of Christ. First impressions, before
the letter-press at the back. By Albert Durer. Forty-three pieces. DEATHI DESTROYING A Young Max: a Female flying in dismay, chiaro
scuro of three blocks. Portraits of Emperors of Germany, &c. By
Hans Burgmair. Seven pieces. Adam and Eve; the Holy Family in chiaro-scuro; the Temptation of St. Anthony; St. Christopher, in two states, &c.
Wood engravings. By Lucas Cranach. Seven pieces. St. Jerome, St. George, and various other Saints ; Marcus Curtius
leaping into the Gulph; the Judgment of Paris, &c. By Lucas Cra
nach. Ten pieces. The CONVERSION OF Saul; the Three Fates; thc Sorceress, in chiaro
scuro; Horses, &c. By Hans Baldlung Grun. Ten pieces.
LUCAS VAN LEYDEN. Dalilall CUTTING OFF THE Hair of Sampson. DAVID PRAYING (an etching); Solomon adoring the Idol, and a copy; and
Esther before Ahasuerus. Four pieces. Tue Passion of our Lord, in circles, with ornaments. The complete sct.
Nine pieces. Christ CROWNED WITH Thorns; the Ecce Homo, &c. Four pieces. Jesus CHRIST PRESENTED TO THE People; large plate with several
figures. The Virgin and Child; Ditto, with Angels, and two copies; the Holy
Family, &c. Six pieces. THE TWELVE A POSTLES, small whole length figures. Twelve pieces. ST. LUKE, St. Peter, and St. Paul seated, in a landscape and copy, and
the Conversion of Saul. Four pieces. ST. SEBASTIAN, St. Antony, and the Temptation of St. Antony. Four
pieces. St. Dominic, St. Francis, and St. George. Three pieces. Tue Monk SERGIUS KILLED BY MANOMET. THE SEVEN CARDINAL VIRTUES. Seven pieces. VENUS AND Cupid IN THE Clouds; The Ensign; Warriors in a Wood,
&c. Six pieces. A MAN WitII A BUNCII of Grapes; The Boy with a Horn; The Mu
sicians, &c. Five pieces. A SUBJECT, representing three figures, two Females and a Man; one of
the former carries a casket on her head, the other turns her face to
salute the man who stands behind her. Head Of A Warrior; and various Ornaments, Coats of arms, &c.
Eight pieces. The Arms Of The City of Leyden, in five circles; Children praying,
in circles; Two scrolls, &c. Seven pieces. A FAMILY SURPRISED BY Death; and the Virgin and Child. Etching.
Maximilian Titan, aster Rigaud. By Drevet. Proof and letters.
The Crucifixion. By J. U. Pilgrimstad.
By Jean Duvet.
senting the seizure of the Unicorn, the other his being conveyed in
triumphal procession to a city. JUDITH WITH THE HEAD OF HOLOFERNES, and The Saviour standing, by
the Master of the Caduceus. THE GUARDIAN ANGEL; Woman and Child, the copy; Man bearing a
Cradle, and copy; The Satyr. By the same. MARS AND VENUS. The Holy Family; and a subject, emblenatical of a Centaur pursued
by two Cockatrices. By the same. CHRIST ON The Mount, PRAYING; and Christ presented to the People.
By Le Maître à l'Ecrevisse. The Virgin, WITH THE ISFAST JESUS CROWNED BY TWO Asgels; and two
others of the Virgin and Child. By the same. A Curious undescribed
copy of the Last Judgement. By the same. The l'IRGIN AND CHILD NEAR A Fountus. By M. Zagel. The Sons of A DECEASED Kisg determining the right of succe
cession, by shooting at the body of their father. By the same. ST. SEBASTIAN, St. Christopher, and the Decollation of St. Catherine. By
the same. SOCRATES AND XANTIPPE ; and, The Cavalier on horseback, with a Lady
behind him. By the same. THE VIRGIN AND CHILD. By the Master of the Anchor. A FEMALE, supporting with one hand an escutcheon, on which are letters
&c. By the same.
THE ADORATION OF THE Magi. By Robetta.
his left elbow.
Two larye Folios, and a Roll, containing Impressions, and Pieces of Impressions, from monumental Brass Plates.
Bequeathed by the late Francis Douce, Esq.
A FOLIC, containing the Works of Albert Durer. four hundred and
twenty-seven pieces. A Fon10, containing the Triumphal Arch of the Emperor Maximilian,
and Triumphal Chariot of the Emperor Charles the Fifth. Bequeathed by the late Joseph Nollekens, R.A., to l'rancis Douce, Esq.,
for his life, anıl then 10 The British Museum.