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Fri Mar 21 17:14:19 2014 UTClccn-n880925970.00Philada Septr 29th 1848 : Dear Sir. We have in process of engraving a steel plate of the first Reformers presenting their famous protest at the Diet of Spires in 1529 ... This great work is to be engraved by John Sartain in the mezzotinto style of finish, after the splendid design of George Cattermole ... We would respectfully inquire whether you will accept the agency of this print in your town. If so we will forward a single copy to exhibit among your friends0.301.00Appeal76388541George_Cattermolen 880925972321353Cattermole.Cattermole, ..., 1800-1868Cattermole, G. 1800-1868Cattermole, G.f1800-1868George Cattermoleviaf-88666393Dickens, Charles1812-1870viaf-54219103Browne, Hablot Knight1815-1882illlccn-n80034339Page, Normanviaf-93611014Calabrella, E. C. debaronessedtlccn-n80067117Cruikshank, George1792-1878illlccn-nr93003169Stone, Marcus1840-1921illlccn-n50012708Tillotson, Kathleen Marylccn-n85387767Cattermole, Richard1795?-1858lccn-n88127876Sibson, Thomas1817-1844illlccn-nr90022301Fildes, LukeSir1844-1927illCattermole, George1800-1868FictionDomestic fictionHistoryPsychological fictionJuvenile worksPolitical fictionDramaDetective and mystery storiesDrawingsHistorical fictionEnglandGamblersAntique dealersGrandfathersGirlsGrandparent and childGordon Riots (1780)Elegiac poetry, EnglishManners and customsGreat BritainMissing personsChoral conductorsLoss (Psychology)GamblingCathedralsEngland--LondonLocksmithsApprenticesSocial historyOld curiosity shop (Dickens, Charles)English literatureEnglish fictionMurderMysteryDickens, Charles,PoetrySeparation (Psychology)Triangles (Interpersonal relations)France--ParisEnglish poetryHistorical fictionElegiac poetryCivil War (Great Britain : 1642-1649)Furniture, AncientPovertyUsuryParker, Agnes Miller,FurnitureCompulsive gamblersElegiac poetry, ItalianMaine--PortlandImprints (Publishers' and printers' statements)Martin, John,Detective and mystery stories, EnglishTrials (Murder)Legal dramaMystery of Edwin Drood (Dickens, Charles)Gift booksPoorWebster, Daniel,180018681816182218231824182718301832183318341835183618371839184018411842184318441845184618471848184918501851185218531854185718581859186018611862186418651866186718681871187318741875187618771879188018811882188318841885189118921893189418951900190119021905190719081910191119131914192019291930193219331949195019511952195319541955195719581960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219841985198619871988198919911994199519961997199820002003200520062009201020114898267608823.8PR4566ocn044915746ocn001113411ocn010096091ocn010095930ocn000358445ocn018498709ocn014981954ocn004448783ocn009543555ocn003580782ocn811523317ocn811531219ocn811522431ocn811522402ocn706958542ocn720081388207890ocn018590163book18410.24Dickens, CharlesThe old curiosity shopHistoryFictionDramaDomestic fictionHistorical fictionIllustrations from the 1897 edition of The Old Curiosity Shop courtesy of the Mercantile Library Association of New York+-+38289942151041100ocn062275606book18410.29Dickens, CharlesBarnaby Rudge : a tale of the riots of 'eightyHistoryFictionIllustrationsPolitical fiction"Charles Dickens's first historical novel, set during the anti-Catholic riots of 1780, is an unparalleled portrayal of the terror of a rampaging mob, seen through the eyes of the individuals swept up in the chaos."--Jacket+-+654717258578646ocn001113411book18400.23Dickens, CharlesMaster Humphrey's clockHistoryJuvenile worksFictionMaster Humphrey's Clock, besides providing the original setting for The Old Curiosity Shop and Barnaby Rudge, was the scene of Dickens's revival of Mr. Pickwick and the Wellers.\A Child's History of England is not representative of Victorian schoolroom history: filled with distrust for the 'good old days', it gives 'an unsparing picture of prolonged wickedness in high places, exposed with lurid detail and much rough sarcasm'+-+157090746532415724ocn004448783book18460.88Calabrella, E. C. deEvenings at Haddon Hall739ocn009032647book18460.86Cattermole, RichardThe great civil war of the times of Charles I. and CromwellHistory646ocn011156207book19010.28Dickens, CharlesThe mystery of Edwin DroodHistoryFictionPsychological fictionDetective and mystery storiesMoving from a sedate cathedral town to London's sordid opium dens, the mystery of who killed the missing Edwin Drood, or if he was actually killed at all, is finally resolved531ocn014981954book0.35Dickens, CharlesWorks of Charles DickensHistoryFiction325ocn023605056book18340.06Aikin, JohnThe calendar of nature ; or, Natural history of the yearJuvenile worksPoetry244ocn000360373book18760.56Dickens, CharlesBarnaby Rudge and Edwin DroodFiction212ocn078845872book18390.59Gray, ThomasElegy written in a country church-yardHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPoetryFacsimile of first page of the manuscript:193ocn008580016book18420.81Heath's historical annual; or, The great civil war of Charles I. and the parliament Rev. Richard CattermoleHistory153ocn010043491book18430.86Stevens, Henry JohnScott & Scotland : or, Historical and romantic illustrations of Scottish historyHistory154ocn010790548book18650.93BEAUTIESBeauties of poetry and art : embellished with sixteen facsimiles of water-colour drawings, and other illustrations156ocn256591882book19620.39Dickens, CharlesDer Raritätenladen"Der Romancier mit dem dramatischen Genie." Die Zeit Der Besitzer des Raritätenladens, der alte Trent, verschwindet täglich gegen Mitternacht und kehrt erst im Morgengrauen heim. Warum lässt er die kleine Nell in der unheimliche Umgebung alter Rüstungen, rostiger Waffen, Fratzen aus Porzellan und anderer verstaubter Gegenstände mutterseelenallein zurück? Was wollen der hässliche Gnom Quilp und der rücksichtslose Frederick Trent von ihm? - Wie Figuren aus einem Panoptikum ziehen eine Vielzahl merkwürdiger und skurriler, boshafter und liebenswürdiger Gestalten an uns vorüber, die alle mit dem Schicksal der tapferen Nell und ihres hilflosen Grossvaters verknüpft sind. Dieses Schicksal treibt die beiden auf der Flucht vor skrupelloser Geldgier und heimtückischer Intrige aus dem Raritätenladen und hetzt sie auf einer beschwerlichen Wanderung ziellos durch Stadt und Land. Am Ende verlassen die kleine Nell jedoch die Kräfte, und sie vermag nicht mehr, gegen die Widrigkeiten des täglichen Lebens anzukämpfen. Als schliesslich die Gerechtigkeit trotz alledem ihren Lauf nimmt und Güte und Barmherzigkeit den Sieg davontragen, ist es für sie zu spät. "Der grosse viktorianische Erzähler." Die Welt "Die ganze Welt scheint irgendwie lächeln zu müssen, wenn Dickens sie betrachtet." Stefan Zweig144ocn793719704com20000.93Dickens, CharlesThe old curiosity shop and Reprinted pieces113ocn632838416book19290.24Dickens, CharlesMeister Humphrey's Wanduhr101ocn063273334book19520.24Dickens, CharlesDe oude rariteitenwinkelDe zwerftocht van een jong meisje en haar verarmde grootvader door Engeland91ocn063425898book19550.27Dickens, CharlesHumphrey's klok ; Amerikaanse indrukken91ocn054219407book18660.81Meyrick, Samuel RushSpecimens of ancient furnitureHistoryDrawings82ocn632838440book19290.23Dickens, CharlesMeister Humphrey's Wanduhr11ocn221215443book19300.47Borgese, Maria PiaLa Contessa Lara : una vito passione e di poesia nell'Ottocento italianoCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography11ocn669894570book18930.88Calabrella, E. C. deEvenings at Haddon Hall11ocn794452058book18600.10Thackeray, William Makepeaceplace not specified, to George SmithSaying he'd been to see [George] Cattermole about doing a drawing; adding that he has also done some possible drawings for George I and George II11ocn054272252book18681.00Dickens, CharlesAppeal11ocn270855314book18370.10Thackeray, William MakepeaceParis, to Frank StoneSending some drawings for submission to a Committee11ocn702132836mix1.00Beckford, WilliamWilliam Beckford collectionHistoryThe William Beckford Collection consists of correspondence, a few manuscripts, personal papers of Beckford family members, and other papers relating to Beckford research and collections11ocn318613775book1848Sartain and DotyPhilada Septr 29th 1848 : Dear Sir. We have in process of engraving a steel plate of the first Reformers presenting their famous protest at the Diet of Spires in 1529 ... This great work is to be engraved by John Sartain in the mezzotinto style of finish, after the splendid design of George Cattermole ... We would respectfully inquire whether you will accept the agency of this print in your town. If so we will forward a single copy to exhibit among your friends11ocn049519498book18330.47Cattermole, GeorgeLetter : to "My Dear C."Records and correspondence11ocn607675929mix1.00Cattermole, GeorgeGeorge Cattermole manuscript material : 1 itemRecords and correspondence· To Lady Blessington, Irish-born writer and literary hostess : 1 autograph letter signed : "Monday" [ca. late 1830's-1840's] : (BLES 1.074) : from the Albany : begins, "Should you be in town to-morrow, and will honour me with a call, I shall be happy to submit the two drawings to your notice ..." Mounted in v. 1 of the Blessington Papers. Shelved with oversized bound manuscript volumes+-+3828994215+-+3828994215Fri Mar 21 15:57:16 EDT 2014batch28851