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Fri Mar 21 17:08:22 2014 UTClccn-n821346500.00Autograph letter signed from Thomas Ingoldsby to Collier0.731.00[The Ingoldsby legends, etc.]212716957Richard_Harris_Barhamn 82134650830847Barham, R. H.Barham, R. H. 1788-1845Barham, R.H. (Richard Harris), 1788-1845Barham, Richard, 1788-1845Barham, Richard H.Barham, Richard H. 1788-1845Barham, Richard HarrisBarham, Richard Harris, 1788-1845Harries, Richard, 1788-1845Hector-Epaminondas, George 1788-1845 PseudonymIngoldsby, Thomas.Ingoldsby, Thomas 1788-1845 PseudonymIngoldsby, Thomas, pseud.lccn-no91012601Barham, R. H. Dalton(Richard Harris Dalton)1815-1886edtlccn-n80067117Cruikshank, George1792-1878illlccn-n79054670Leech, John1817-1864illlccn-n79041840Rackham, Arthur1867-1939illlccn-n79058883Tenniel, John1820-1914illviaf-281006074Lane, William Guerrant1919-lccn-n88175059Harness, William1790-1869lccn-nr92011315Hodder, George1819-1870edtlccn-n79108361Stoddard, Richard Henry1825-1903edtlccn-no2007103459Browning, D. C.(David Clayton)1894-1978Ingoldsby, Thomas1788-1845BiographyPoetryJuvenile worksHistoryRecords and correspondenceFictionFolkloreMusical settingsHumorDiariesAuthors, EnglishIngoldsby, Thomas,English wit and humorGreat BritainIntellectual lifeClergyEnglish poetryFrance--ReimsEnglandGillies, R. P.--(Robert Pearse),Knight, Ellis Cornelia,BirdsCathedralsChildren's poetry, EnglishEuropeHumorous poetry, EnglishFore-edge paintingHeirsMisersHarness, William,Hodder, George,Children's literatureJackdawCatholic ChurchSongs with pianoScript typeInitialsTennyson, Alfred Tennyson,--Baron,Hay, John,Marston, Philip Bourke,Percival, James Gates,Motteux, Peter Anthony,Shakespeare, William,Garnett, Richard,Rossetti, Christina Georgina,Wastell, Simon,Swinburne, Algernon Charles,Pain, Barry,Noel, Roden,Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth,Elgar, Alice,Gordon, Adam Lindsay,Ross, Adrian,Costello, Louisa Stuart,King, Henry,Morris, Ellen BurroughsBrowning, Elizabeth Barrett,Waller, Edmund,Tale of a tub (Swift, Jonathan)Taylor, John,17881845180018051806180818101820182418251828183018331835183618381839184018411842184318441845184618471848184918511852185318551856185718581859186018611862186418651866186718691870187118721874187518761877187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719291930193119341938193919421943194419451949195019511955195719581960196719681969197119741976198019811985198719921994199519981999200020052009201020112012201355952701223820PR40582700420ocn001882364book18000.73Ingoldsby, ThomasThe Ingoldsby legends : or, Mirth & marvelsJuvenile worksBiographyHumorFictionPoetryThis text features three series of short stories and one of miscellaneous poems. The short stories feature characters who possess intriguing names, such as Madam Witherspoon and Bloudie Jackie of Shrewsberrie. Stories include the Lady Rohesia and the Leech of Folkestone. Poems include the Truants, the Poplar, and, Hermann or the Broken Spear451159ocn060840864book18000.73Ingoldsby, ThomasThe Ingoldsby legends26143ocn018663756book18700.24Ingoldsby, ThomasThe jackdaw of RheimsJuvenile worksFolklorePoetry1499ocn032920103book18740.84Chorley, Henry FothergillPersonal reminiscencesHistoryBiographyDiariesRecords and correspondence8015ocn003619923book18410.93Ingoldsby, ThomasSome account of my cousin Nicholas766ocn830983360file18200.86Ingoldsby, ThomasBaldwin, or, A miser's heir a serio-comic taleFiction765ocn011250090book18810.59Ingoldsby, ThomasThe Ingoldsby lyrics727ocn001937632book18960.93Ingoldsby, ThomasThe Garrick Club : notices of one hundred and thirty-five of its former membersBiography+-+79258090663245812ocn001813340book18840.81Ingoldsby, ThomasThe lay of St. Aloys, a legend of Blois454ocn002756444book18430.95Ingoldsby, ThomasMartin's vagaries : being a sequel to a "A tale of the tub," recently discovered at the University of Oxford358ocn017394404book18350.95Ingoldsby, ThomasMy cousin Nicholas342ocn005778877book19190.25Ingoldsby, ThomasThe jackdaw of Rheims, from the Ingoldsby legendsJuvenile worksPoetry3310ocn011356035book18690.88Ingoldsby, ThomasThe nonpareil Victoria Ingoldsby315ocn019085719book18510.81Ingoldsby, ThomasJohnny Crepeaud a legend of bygone days, after the late Thomas Ingoldsby, EsqPoetry302ocn060840863com19920.94Ingoldsby, ThomasThe Ingoldsby lyrics2824ocn556794826book18801.00Ingoldsby, Thomas[The Ingoldsby legends, etc.]2511ocn697992138book18700.79Ingoldsby, ThomasThe life and letters of the Rev. Richard Harris Barham, author of the Ingoldsby legends: with a selection from his miscellaneous poemBiographyRecords and correspondenceRev. Richard Harris Barham, only son of Richard Harris and Elizabeth Fox Barham was born in 1788 in Canterbury. He married Caroline Smart, daughter of Captain Smart, at Westwell, Kent. They had two sons and two daughters. He was elected a minor canon of St. Pauls in 1821, and moved his family to London. He later received an appointmen as a priest in ordinary and was given the living of St. Mary Magdalen and St. Gregory. Library lacks vol. 2 containing his later years256ocn008042142book18850.81Ingoldsby, ThomasThe knight & the lady : a domestic legend of the reign of Queen AnnePoetry245ocn084356509book18470.95Ingoldsby, ThomasThe Ingoldsby legends; or, Mirth and marvels, by Thomas Ingoldsby, esquire. Third series243ocn003802234book18560.88Ingoldsby, ThomasCousin Nicholas2613ocn000355927book19670.79Lane, William GuerrantRichard Harris BarhamBiography23113ocn012561107book18700.79Ingoldsby, ThomasThe life and letters of the Rev. Richard Harris Barham, author of the Ingoldsby legends: with a selection from his miscellaneous poemBiographyRecords and correspondenceRev. Richard Harris Barham, only son of Richard Harris and Elizabeth Fox Barham was born in 1788 in Canterbury. He married Caroline Smart, daughter of Captain Smart, at Westwell, Kent. They had two sons and two daughters. He was elected a minor canon of St. Pauls in 1821, and moved his family to London. He later received an appointmen as a priest in ordinary and was given the living of St. Mary Magdalen and St. Gregory. Library lacks vol. 2 containing his later years617ocn007532609book18520.73Ingoldsby, ThomasThe Ingoldsby legends : or, Mirth & marvelsJuvenile worksBiographyHumorFictionPoetryThis text features three series of short stories and one of miscellaneous poems. The short stories feature characters who possess intriguing names, such as Madam Witherspoon and Bloudie Jackie of Shrewsberrie. Stories include the Lady Rohesia and the Leech of Folkestone. Poems include the Truants, the Poplar, and, Hermann or the Broken Spear411ocn847748908score20130.81Elgar, EdwardSolo songs with piano, 1857-1900Musical settings402ocn010848580book18760.84Chorley, Henry FothergillPersonal reminiscencesHistoryBiographyDiariesRecords and correspondence101ocn015693833score19810.53French, Frank MThe jackdaw : a cantata for narrator, unison voices (with some descants), and pianoJuvenile worksMusical settings41ocn046242117book18700.47Ingoldsby, ThomasThe life and letters of the Rev. Richard Harris Barham, author of the Ingoldsby Legends: with a selection from his miscellaneous poems. By his son21ocn059522832book18700.47The life and letters of the Rev. Richard Harris Barham, author of the Ingoldsby Legends by his son21ocn038193645book19580.92Lane, William GuerrantThe primitive muse of Thomas Ingoldsby22ocn232576386book19990.47Nineteenth-Century Literature CriticismCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+562161232511ocn729767623book18700.47Barham, R. H. DaltonThe life and letters of the rev. Richard Harris Barham : with a selection from his miscellaneous poemsBiographyRecords and correspondence11ocn082492358book1.00Ingoldsby, ThomasIncludes autograph letters to Ingoldsby from William Antrobus, John Payne Collier, Charles William Wentworth Fitzwilliam, Charles Wesley, among other correspondents. Also includes unsigned autograph manuscript of Edward Cannon's Parody of Gray's Elegy, autograph manuscript of John Poole's Parodies, manuscript in an unidentified hand of Richard Porson's Charade, and lithographic facsimiles of the autographs of the Cato street conspirators. Also includes several letters from Ingoldsby to various correspondents11ocn079014947visu18421.00Barham, R. H. Dalton[Portrait of Richard Harris Barham]Portraits11ocn226986874score19300.47Edmunds, Chris MThe Jackdaw of Rheims an Ingoldsby legend ; cantata for treble voices in two parts with accompaniment11ocn233700829book1844Ingoldsby, ThomasAutograph letter signed from Thomas Ingoldsby to CollierManuscriptsAlso, a note on Charles Blount, 8th Lord Mountjoy11ocn083565067book1.00Ingoldsby, ThomasIncludes unsigned autograph manuscripts of The hand of glory, A lay of St. Nicholas, The merchant of Venice, and Salad. Also includes four letters by Richard Harris Dalton Barham to Richard Bentley11ocn414567585visu0.10Cook, JR.H. BarhamPortraitsHead and shoulders portrait of English author R.H. Barham, better known by his pseudonym Thomas Ingoldsby, facing right11ocn414952057visu0.10Plate of R.H. Barham depicting a sword and two shieldsPlate with a central sword behind two shields, with decorative ropes on either side and a hat above the sword11ocn122346135mix1.00Ingoldsby, ThomasRichard Harris Barham collection of papersPortraitsThis is a synthetic collection consisting of manuscripts, correspondence by and about the author, an undated galley proof, notebooks and commonplace books dating from [1798?] through 1845, financial documents, portraits, and pictorial works11ocn845028194book1.00Lane, William GuerrantRichard Harris Barham: Thomas Ingoldsby+-+7925809066324+-+7925809066324Fri Mar 21 15:44:12 EDT 2014batch39064