Old London Street Cries and the Cries of Today

Tuer, Andrew W.


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London Cries: With Six Charming Children printed direct from stippled plates engraved in the Bartolozzi style. The text by ANDREW W. TUER, Author of "Bartolozzi and his Works," & c. LONDON: Field and Tuer, The Leadenhall Press, E.C.
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CONTAINS an account of London cries from the earliest period. The "Six Charming Children " -highly finished engravings of the Bartolozzi School -are duplicated in red and brown. There are in addition about forty other illustrations-many of them in colours-including ten of Rowlandson's humorous subjects in facsimile, examples by George Cruikshank, Joseph Crawhall, & c.
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