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Fri Mar 21 17:15:14 2014 UTClccn-n800504930.59Bowles's new Hackney-Coach directory comprehending upwards of fifty thousand fares: calculated From the several stands now in Use, Agreeable to the late Act of Parliament, Which took Place on the 1st of August, 1786. With the new rates of watermen, As regulated by the Court of Aldermen, and approved by His Majesty's Privy Council0.751.00Maps, [ca. 1783]-1983, [ca. 1930]-1980 (bulk)74153482n 80050493432364Bowles, ..., 1724-1793Bowles, C.Bowles, Carington,Bowles, Carrington, 1724-1793Carington BowlesCarington Bowles, 1724-1793lccn-n80066964Sayer, Robert1725-1794bslpbllccn-n50052208Bowles, John1701-1779bslprtpbllccn-n80069078Bowen, Emanuel-1767egrctgdtolccn-n80036699Kitchin, Thomas1718-1784ctgdtolccn-n88131871Ellis, J.(John)active 1750-1800egrlccn-n80044823Robert Sayer and John Bennett (Firm)lccn-n81103643Wilkinson, Robertm. ca. 1825lccn-n82078183Dighton, Robert1752-1814illlccn-n50010874Evans, Lewis1700?-1756np-bowles, johnBowles, JohnBowles, Carington1724-1793GuidebooksMapsDirectoriesHandbooks, manuals, etcArt--TechniqueTravelGreat BritainEnglandArtEngland--LondonWatercolor painting--TechniqueWomen--Social conditionsEnglish wit and humor, PictorialWomenEngraving, EnglishAristocracy (Social class)StreetsWatercolor paintingRoadsGlass painting and stainingDistancesDrawing--TechniqueEngland--Thames RiverNavigationBridgesEngland--London RegionCarriages and carts--PricesWorkshop recipesDocksDrawingWalesAtlases, BritishMapsPenmanshipBooksellers' catalogsCab and omnibus servicePaintingEngravingPigmentsPrints, EnglishWomen in artAristocracy (Social class) in artGlass painting and staining--TechniqueCaricatures and cartoonsBowles, Carington,Painting--TechniqueLandscape painting--TechniqueIndian reservationsIndians of Central AmericaCanadaAmerican Geographical Society of New YorkExcavations (Archaeology)Flowers in artIndians of North America17241793174217431746174917501751175317541756175717581759176017611762176317641765176617671768176917701771177217731774177517761777177817791780178117821783178417851786178717881789179017911792179317941795179617971798179918001801180218041805180618071808180918101811181218131814181718181820182418251826183118371842188018811955195619591961196519671970197219751976197719811995200520072008201049939591427330AC4ocn780200429ocn495045092ocn495058725ocn494978456ocn495009005ocn495093890ocn495011466ocn495042586ocn495091276ocn495060588ocn036014244ocn755706326ocn270929203ocn786406304ocn036014262ocn494265939ocn494325000ocn494170267ocn494324058ocn870510014ocn866030975ocn251237757ocn003522487ocn494668749ocn494437851ocn494669160ocn767187567ocn693991037ocn691805255ocn46470951749168ocn642297165file17860.73Bowles, Carington[The art of painting in water colours exemplified in landscapes, flowers, &c. ...]43334ocn728292381file17600.73Bowles, CaringtonThe artists assistant in drawing, perspective, etching, engraving, mezzotinto-scraping, painting on glass, in crayons, in water-colours, and on silks and sattins. Containing the easiest and most comprehensive rules for the attainment of those truly useful and polite arts, methodically digested, and adapted to the capacities of young beginners. Illustrated with suitable examples engraved on copper23015ocn065355640file17820.92Bowles, CaringtonBowles's post-chaise companion, or, Travellers directory through England and Wales being an actual survey of all the direct and principal cross roads, with the mile-stones expressed as they stand at present : exhibiting the several towns, villages, post-stages, &c. on or near the roads : together with the circuits of the judges, and an exact alphabetical list of all the fairs, as settled since the alteration of the styleMaps17228ocn722399417com17860.86Bowles, CaringtonBowles's new London guide being an alphabetical index to all the streetsDirectoriesHandbooks, manuals, etc1724ocn065333459com17860.84Bowles, CaringtonBowles's new London guide, and hackney-coach directory being an alphabetical index to all the streets, squares, lanes, courts, alleys, docks, wharfs, keys, stairs, &c. churches, chapels, and other places of worship ; villages, hamlets, hospitals, and public buildings of every denomination, in and within five miles of the metropolis : with the fares of hackney-coaches, calculated from the several stands, agreeable to the late act of Parliament, which took place on the 1st of August, 1786 : and rates of watermen, as newly regulated by the Court of Aldermen, and approved by His Majesty's Privy CouncilDirectoriesGuidebooks1174ocn065352241file17740.93Bowles, CaringtonBowles's draught of the river Thames from its spring in Gloucester-shire, to its influx into the sea : with a table of all the locks, wears, and bridges thereupon : shewing the tolls payable at each and their distance by water from one another1127ocn642553428file17750.73Bowles, CaringtonThe artists assistant in drawing perspecive [sic], etching, engraving, mezzotinto scraping, painting on glass ... adapted to the capacities of young beginners. Illustrated with suitable examples engraved on four copper plates1075ocn642216920file17870.73Bowles, CaringtonThe draughtsman's assistant or, drawing made easy: wherein the principles of that art are rendered familiar, in instructive lessons ... Neatly engraved on seventy-two copper plates: ... By the author of The artist's assistant824ocn728285994file17830.66Bowles, CaringtonBowles's art of painting in water-colours Exemplified in landscapes, flowers, &c. together with instructions for painting on glass and in crayons: explained in a full and familiar manner. With particular directions for preparing the colours, agreeable to the practice of the most eminent masters. By the Author of Bowles's artist's assistant. The sixth edition. Corrected and greatly improved with additions825ocn510695386file17870.70Bowles, CaringtonBowles's art of painting in water-colours Exemplified in landscapes, flowers, &c. together with instructions for painting on glass and in crayons: explained in a full and familiar manner. With particular directions for preparing the colours, agreeable to the practice of the most eminent masters. By the Author of Bowles's artist's assistant814ocn510691534file17730.70Bowles, CaringtonThe whole art of painting in water-colours; exemplified in landscapes, flowers, &c. Together with instructions for painting on glass and in crayons: explained in a full and familiar manner. With particular directions for preparing the colours, agreeable to the practice of the most eminent masters. By the Author of The artists assistant813ocn508320911file17860.66Bowles, CaringtonThe draughtsmen's assistant Or, Drawing made easy: wherein the principles of that art are rendered familiar; in instructive lessons, comprised under the following heads: 1. Features and limbs. 2. Profiles and ovals. 3. Whole figures. 4. Drapery. 5. Light and shade. 6. Landscapes. 7. Perspective. 8. Enlarging and contracting. 9. Imitation of life. &c. explained by a great variety of examples from the most approved designs, on seventy-two copper-plates, neatly engraved: with a suitable introduction on the utility of this noble art. And observations on design, as well in regard to theory as practice. By the author of the artist's assistant802ocn510759015file17910.66Bowles, CaringtonBowles's youth's assistant in drawing Containing many curious specimens on an easy and familiar plan, adapted to lead the pupil gradually from the first practice on parts of the human body, to the drawing of the whole academy figures. In fifty plates, enlarged and improved. By Sebastian le Clerc. To which are prefixed, proper instructions to youth, for their improvement and entertainment in this art802ocn510825148file17850.66Bowles, CaringtonBowles's new medium English atlas ; or, Complete set of maps of the counties of England and Wales Divided into their respective hundreds, wapontakes, wards, rapes, lathes &c. Exhibiting the roads, rivers, cities ; borough, market, and sea-port towns ; principal villages and places of note ; with their distances from London, and members sent to Parliament ; also church-livings, seats of the nobility, and a variety of historical extracts relative to the natural produce, trade, manufactures and commerce. Compiled and laid down from the latest authorities. 1 General map of England and Wales. 2 Bedsershire 3 Berkshire 4 Buckinghamshire 5 Cambridgeshire 6 Cheshire 7 Cornwall 8 Cumberland and Wesmorland 9 Derbyshire 10 Devonshire 11 Dorsetshire 12 Durham 13 Essex 14 Goucestershire 15 Hampshire 16 Hartfordshire 17 Herefordshire 18 Huntingdonshire 19 Kent 20 Lancashire 21 Leicester and Rutland 22 Lincoln 23 Middlesex 24 Monmouthshire 25 Norfolk 26 Northamptonshire 27 Northumberland 28 Notinghamshire 29 Oxfordshire 21 Rutland (see Leicester) 30 Shropshire 31 Somersetshire 32 Staffordshire 33 Suffolk 34 Surry 35 Sussex 36 Warwickshire 8 Westmorland (see Cumberland) 37 Wiltshire 38 Worcestershire 39 Yorkshire 40 East riding, Yorkshire 41 West riding, Yorkshire 42 North riding, Yorkshire 43 North Wales 44 South Wales[.]Maps792ocn510525873file17810.66Bowles, CaringtonBowles's post-chaise companion; or, Travellers directory through England and Wales Being an actual survey of all the principal, direct, and cross-roads, both ancient and modern; with the distances expressed in single miles according to measurement: exhibiting the several towns, villages, post-stages, &c. on or near the roads; together with the circuits of the judges, and an exact alphabetical list of all the fairs, as settled since the alternation of the style. The second edition, corrected and greatly improved; with additions. In two volumes. Vol I792ocn509342107file17840.66Bowles, CaringtonCarington Bowles's new and enlarged catalogue of useful and accurate maps, charts, and plans Curious and entertaining engraved and mazzotinto prints, single or in sets: writing books; including all the the branches of penmanship: black-lines, letter-file maps, and prints, school pieces, cards for schools, &c. &c. A great collection of elegant drawing books, and correct books of maps, roads, perspective, geometry, &c. Containing a great variety of new and valuable articles for the use of the nobility and gentry of Great-Britain and Ireland. Merchants exports, and shop keepers country trade. Which may be had wholesale and retail at his Map and Print Warehouse, No. 69, St. Paul's Church Yard, London792ocn509592094file17820.66Bowles, CaringtonBowles's post-chaise companion; or, Travellers directory through England and Wales Being an actual survey of all the direct and principal cross roads, with the mile-stones expressed as they stand at present: exhibiting the several towns, villages, post-stages, &c. on or near the roads; together with the circuits of the judges, and an exact alphabetical list of all the fairs, as settled since the alteration of the style. The second edition, corrected, and greatly improved; with additions. In two volumes. Vol. I792ocn510650449file17750.66Bowles, CaringtonBowles's Roman and Italic print alphabets, on a large size complete With figures, double letters, and the most useful diphthongs in the modern taste; designed chiefly for the use of painters, engravers, carvers, grave-stone cutters, masons, plumbers, and other artificers; likewise very useful for merchants and tradesmens clerks7020ocn722399376com17800.84Bowles, CaringtonBowles's artist's assistant in drawing, perspective ... Containing the easiest and most comprehensive rules for the attainment of those truly useful and polite arts ... By the author of Bowles's Art of painting in water-colours593ocn642437109com17860.59Bowles, CaringtonBowles's new Hackney-Coach directory comprehending upwards of fifty thousand fares: calculated From the several stands now in Use, Agreeable to the late Act of Parliament, Which took Place on the 1st of August, 1786. With the new rates of watermen, As regulated by the Court of Aldermen, and approved by His Majesty's Privy Council11ocn864695103book20080.79McCreery, CindyThe satirical gaze : prints of women in late eighteenth-century EnglandHistoryCaricatures and cartoonsSources"These prints both reflected and sought to shape contemporary debate about the role of women in society. While attitudes varied considerably, the general consensus was that women were more visible in society than ever before - on the streets, on the stage, on the walls of the Royal Academy, on the hustings, and in the pleasure gardens. The satirical prints of the period reveal perceptions of women and their behaviour as prostitutes and courtesans, wives and mothers, old maids and widows. Cindy McCreery's detailed exploration of this relatively neglected genre extends our knowledge of contemporary attitudes towards women and offers an important new dimension to our understanding of Georgian culture."--BOOK JACKET+-+610217446512ocn155481045mix1.00Huntington Free LibraryHistoryMapsMaps primarily of Indian reservations, archaeological sites, locations of tribes, roads and paths of Native Americans in the United States, Canada, Alaska, and Latin America. Nearly all maps are published, and many were printed by the U.S. Government, National Geographic Society, and American Geographical Society. The oldest is Bowles' map of North America and the West Indies, outlining the extent of the British Empire, 1783+-+6102174465Fri Mar 21 15:33:01 EDT 2014batch41142