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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of plates

    by George Robertson 33 Benthall : corn mill. Photograph in I.G.M.T. Libr., ref. AE185.162, from a painting, 1802, by Paul Sandby Munn in I.G.M.T. Elton Colln. ref. 1/155 34 Jackfield from Madeley Wood. Photograph in S.P.L., neg. A. 13 35

    Staines Introduction

    III, c. 84; Staines Bridge Amendment Act, 44 Geo. III, c. 78 (priv. act). W. Sandby , Thos. and Paul Sandby , 69. Lysons, Mdx. Pars . 240. The Times , 24 Apr. 1832 , p. 2; Brewer, Beauties of

    List of illustrations, maps, plans and figures

    Precincts. Photograph by Aerofilms Ltd., 1953 " 340 North view of the Minster . From an undated watercolour by Paul Sandby Munn ( 1773 –1845) in York Art Gallery " 341 Lop Lane. From a lithograph by G. Pickering ,

    Parishes Nuneham Courtenay Sketch map of Nuneham Courtenay in 1707

    estate map ( 1707 ) where it is shown as a rectangular building facing south-west. A drawing made by Paul Sandby in 1750 completes our knowledge of it. 52 He depicts an irregular-shaped building with steep-pitched roof and clustered chimneys.

    Paddington Communications PADDINGTON COMMUNICATIONS PADDINGTON c. 1750

    permanent Tyburn gallows in 1759 . Gates barred both main roads c . 1790, when they were sketched by Paul Sandby , but the Edgware Road gate had been moved northward by 1794 and the Uxbridge road gate, with the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the .Poor Knights attached to thie Ordr 'f the Gariter. On Wedtesday ,n1r inrg, at his house in Paddington, Paul Sandby, Esq. R. A. aged 84. Printed and published my Jo N HUNT, at thle EXAM I-I" - - ite, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cultivating the feeling for art with which he was naturally endowed, as consisted in copying stray water-colour drawings by Paul Sandby, which, when finished, were hung round the entrance to the collar beneath the barbel's shop, and ticketed at prices Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    old Dutch and French masters." They I who conspicuously redeemed themselves amid the herd of imitators were Hogarth and Paul Sandby, both of whom followed nature, the first in the men and women he drew, the last in his views Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    conspicuous water-colour painters of his time, died on the 7th inst., aged sixty-five, His father was a pupil of Paul Sandby, and he himself had lessons from Proc, At the age of eighteen he received the silver medal from the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    original forty" who composed this now famous cor- poration were Gainsborough Wilson, Nathaniel Dance, John Baker, Edward Penny, and Paul Sandby. The liuitation madle by the Instrument of Institution of the number of the Royal Academicians to forty has been Subscribers-only content


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