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Fri Mar 21 17:07:54 2014 UTClccn-n820117210.00'To the nightingale' : perhaps an unrecognized poem by William Blake0.791.00George Cumberland, 1754-1848, painter, geologist, printmaker, agricultural experimentalist, critic, draughtsman, biographer, novelist, and friend of William Blake : watercolour drawings made between 1815-1828 in Bristol ... [et. al.] : spring exhibition, March 9 - April 6, William Drummond, Covent Garden Gallery Ltd. ... London24701579George_Cumberlandn 82011721708995Cumberland, GeorgeGeorge Cumberlandlccn-n50007779Bentley, G. E.(Gerald Eades)1930-edtlccn-n80066757Black, Clementinaedtnp-cumberland, richard dennison$1752Cumberland, Richard Dennison1752-lccn-sh2001005353Cumberland familylccn-n82011722Bonasone, Giulioca. 1498-ca. 1580lccn-n80032672Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain)lccn-n80113852British MuseumDepartment of Prints and Drawingslccn-n78095331Blake, William1757-1827illlccn-nr93038815Tassie, James1735-1799lccn-nb2008022812Hafod TrustCumberland, George1754-1848FictionCatalogsPoetryGuidebooksRecords and correspondenceBiographyDramaHistoryExhibition catalogsAfricaCumberland, George,FolkloreEnglish literatureEnglandUtopiasGreat BritainManners and customsCumberland familyTravelItalyEngraversConduct of lifeEnglish poetryBonasone, Giulio,Engraving, ItalianEngraving--Collectors and collectingArt criticismWales--CardiganshireTalesEngraving, EnglishSculpture, AncientSculpture--ReproductionCrinoidea, FossilCountry homesHuman figure in artDrawingBlake, William,ArtsArtTassie, James,SculptureEnglish farcesUnited StatesPublic opinion, BritishLong, Charles,GardensHomesFictionInscriptions, RunicArchaeology--Private collectionsCollectors and collectingRings--Religious aspectsRingsArtistsDouce, Francis,Watercolor paintingClassicismSculpture, RomanSuperstition17541848177517891790179317961797179818101811181618171818181918201821182318241825182618271828182918301833183418371838183918561886190519121927196819701973197519761977198119911996200520092011201220132185126302823.6PR4519.C85ocn7069523682347ocn027173950book19910.86Cumberland, GeorgeThe captive of the Castle of Sennaar : an African tale in two partsFictionThe first part, set on an island in central Africa among descendants of classical Greek civilization, was printed in 1789 but immediately suppressed by Cumberland. A passage describing society everywhere except on the utopian island as oligarchic and unjust was deemed by his lawyer to be potentially seditious; the novel was only published a decade later, and then in revised form. The second part, set in central Africa's Mountains of the Moon among descendants of followers of a fourth-century Christian heretic, is published here for the first time. Cumberland was a widely cultivated and deeply humane dilettante. A poet, painter, distinguished collector of prints and shells, and scientific inventor, he was passionately concerned with the reform of politics and society. He was also friends with some of the best authors and painters of his time, including William Blake, who encouraged Cumberland's ideals. Bentley describes the similarities between Blake's radical analysis of society and his early ideas on free love, sexuality, slavery, natural religion, and energy and the ideals Cumberland espouses in The Captive of the Castle of Sennaar. Bentley provides historical and geographical appendixes, textual and commentary notes, and a comparison of Cumberland's work to Simon Berington's The Memoirs of Signor Gaudentino di Lucca. Bentley's edition of The Captive of the Castle of Sennaar will be of interest to Blake scholars and to students and scholars of utopian literature and late eighteenth-century and Romantic literature and culture16020ocn745237137file17960.79Cumberland, GeorgeThoughts on outline, sculpture, and the system that guided the ancient artists in composing their figures and groupes accompanied with free remarks on the practice of the moderns, and Liberal Hints Cordially Intended for their Advantage. To which are annexed twenty-four designs of classical subjects invented on the principle recommended in the essay by George CumberlandCatalogs15416ocn745228093com17960.73Cumberland, GeorgeAn attempt to describe Hafod, and the neighbouring scenes about the bridge over the Funack, commonly called the Devil's Bridge, in the county of Cardigan. An ancient seat belonging to Thomas Johnes, Esq. member for the county of Radnor. By George CumberlandGuidebooks+-+856942704532414312ocn002748709book19120.86Cumberland, GeorgeThe Cumberland letters : being the correspondence of Rich. Dennison Cumberland & George Cumberland, between the years 1771 & 1784Records and correspondence1406ocn560381495file19910.53Cumberland, GeorgeThe captive of the Castle of Sennaar an African tale13911ocn083459109file17930.79Cumberland, GeorgeLewina the maid of Snowdon. A tale. By George Cumberland. With etchings by the author13815ocn745228104file17980.76Cumberland, GeorgeThe captive of the castle of Sennaar an African tale containing various anecdotes of the Sophians hitherto unknown to mankind in general. By George Cumberland12911ocn642566703com17930.73Cumberland, GeorgeA poem on the landscapes of Great-Britain dedicated to James Irvine, Esq. at Rome, by George Cumberland. written in the year 1780. With Etchings by the AuthorPoetry1198ocn642716761file17970.73Cumberland, GeorgeA letter to Henry Griffiths, Esq. of Beaumont Lodge ; from George Cumberland11613ocn004139090book18270.90Cumberland, GeorgeAn essay on the utility of collecting the best works of the ancient engravers of the Italian school : accompanied by a critical catalogue, with interesting anecdotes of the engravers, of a chronological series of rare and valuable prints, from the earliest practice of the art in Italy to the year 1549, now deposited in the British Museum and Royal Academy, in LondonCatalogs1017ocn508677734com17930.73Cumberland, GeorgeSome anecdotes of the life of Julio Bonasoni, a bolognese artist, who followed the styles of the best schools in the sixteenth century. Accompanied by a catalogue of the engravings, with their measures, of the works of that tasteful composer. And remarks on the general character of his rare and exquisite performances. To which is prefixed, a plan for the improvement of the arts in England. By George CumberlandBiography823ocn830966713file18100.90Cumberland, GeorgeOriginal tales488ocn002022510book18290.95Cumberland, GeorgeOutlines from the antients, exhibiting their principles of composition in figures and basso-relievos244ocn828793339com20120.53Cumberland, GeorgeThe Emigrants or A Trip to the Ohio, a Theatrical Farce (1817) a Comedic Portrayal of English Emigrants Who Never Get to AmericaHistoryDramaGeorge Cumberland's unpublished and almost unrecorded farce of about 1817 called The Emigrants or A Trip to The Ohio amiably pokes fun at Yankees, Yorkshiremen, Irishmen, and Utopians, and it is a treasure-house of slang, such as "Obstropelous". Its polymath author was a prolific artist, inventor, geologist, poet, political radical, novelist, and intimate friend of William Blake231ocn002156928book18260.95Cumberland, GeorgeReliquiae conservatae, from the primitive materials of our present globe : with popular descriptions of the prominent characters of some remarkable fossil encrinites, and their connecting links ; 1. The Bradford, or pear encrinus ; 2. the tortoise encrinus ; 3. the sitularia triangulariformis ; 4. the mitra. A new genus ; 5. The amphora. A new species ; illustrated by sixty-six figures162ocn012141819book17930.96Cumberland, GeorgeA poem on the landscapes of Great-Britain : dedicated to James Irvine, Esq. at RomePoetry139ocn008434518book18110.47Cumberland, GeorgeBromley-Hill, the seat of the Right Hon. Charles Long, M.P. : a sketch116ocn537585047com17960.70Cumberland, GeorgeThoughts on outline, sculpture, and the system that guided the ancient artists in composing their figures and groupes113ocn742447272com17930.66Cumberland, GeorgeSome anecdotes of the life of Julio Bonasoni, a Bolognese artist ... Accompanied by a catalogue of the engravings ... of the works that ... composer ... To which is prefixed, A plan for the improvement of the arts in EnglandBiography103ocn838152693com20090.47Cumberland, GeorgeOriginal tales : in 2 vol1934ocn001174547book19750.90Bentley, G. EA bibliography of George Cumberland, 1754-1848 : comprehending his published books (1780-1829) and articles (1769-1847) and his unrecorded works in manuscript ...Bibliography41ocn081943460book19771.00William Drummond GalleryGeorge Cumberland, 1754-1848, painter, geologist, printmaker, agricultural experimentalist, critic, draughtsman, biographer, novelist, and friend of William Blake : watercolour drawings made between 1815-1828 in Bristol ... [et. al.] : spring exhibition, March 9 - April 6, William Drummond, Covent Garden Gallery Ltd. ... LondonExhibition catalogs21ocn054267425book18251.00Hamper, WilliamExplanation of a runic inscription upon a jasper ringRecords and correspondenceInscriptions22ocn064089076book18251.00Douce, FrancisDissertation on the runic jasper ring belonging to George CumberlandInscriptions22ocn078191299book1981Keynes, Geoffrey'To the nightingale' : perhaps an unrecognized poem by William Blake11ocn222179045book17960.79Cumberland, GeorgeThoughts on outline, sculpture, and the system that guided the ancient artists in composing their figures and groupes accompanied with free remarks on the practice of the moderns, and Liberal Hints Cordially Intended for their Advantage. To which are annexed twenty-four designs of classical subjects invented on the principle recommended in the essay by George CumberlandCatalogs11ocn272553234book19770.47Cumberland, GeorgeWatercolour drawings by George Cumberland, polymath, made between 1815-1828 : Spring exhibitionExhibition catalogs11ocn234152710book19701.00Keynes, GeoffreySome uncollected authors XLIV : George Cumberland 1754-1848Bibliography11ocn081602055book1838A catalogue of the Cumberland Gallery of pictures : containing a choice selection of the ancient masters, with a sprinkling of the modern : exhibiting at the Colosseum, Regent's Park11ocn081984151book19771.00Cumberland, GeorgeGeorge Cumberland, 1754-1848 : painter, geologist, printmaker, agricultural experimentalist, critic, draughtsman, biographer, novelist, and friend of William Blake : Spring Exhibition, March 9- April 6, William Drummond, Covent Garden GalleryExhibition catalogs11ocn056004552book19700.47Keynes, GeoffreySome uncollected authors XLIV : George Cumberland 1745-1848+-+8569427045324+-+8569427045324Fri Mar 21 15:56:07 EDT 2014batch23462