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Finding Aid for the Collection of Engravings by Frederick Marryat from the Michael Sadleir Collection, 1818-1924
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Box 1

The Funeral Procession of Bonaparte. No date on caption. London. S. and I. Fuller. July 25, 1821.

Physical Description: Coloured engraving, signed: Drawn on the spot by Capt. Marryat, R.N....Engraved by Alken and Sutherland. 21.5 × 10.25.
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The Funeral Procession of Napoleon. Caption dated May 5, 1821. London. S. and I. Fuller. July 25, 1821.

Physical Description: Uncoloured engraving, signed: Drawn on the spot by Capt. Marryat, R.N....Engraved by Alken & Sutherland. 22.5 × 9.25.
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The Funeral Procession of Bonaparte. Print from Bookmans Journal of January 1924.

Scope and Content Note

It shows the funeral procession at an earlier stage than that shown in the above two engravings.
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An interesting scene on board an East-Indiaman, showing the effects of a heavy lurch - after dinner. London. G. Humphrey. November 9, 1818.

Physical Description: Coloured engraving, signed with an anchor (from right to left) and G. Cruikshank fect. 14.5 × 10.25.
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Puzzled which to choose!! London. G. Humphrey. October 10, 1818.

Physical Description: Coloured engraving, signed with an anchor (from right to left) and G. Cruikshank sculp. 14.25 × 10.
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The Root of King's Evil. Imprinted: London Pubd by G. Humphrey. July 8, 1819.

Physical Description: Coloured engraving signed: Designed by an amateur - G. Cruik. fect. 10.25 × 8.
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The interior of a midshipman's birth [sic]c. London. G. Humphrey. August 12, 1821.

Physical Description: Coloured engraving, signed: Drawn by a naval officer. 16.5 × 9.25. Copy 1.
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The interior of a midshipman's birth [sic]. No imprint for date or place of publishing or publisher.

Physical Description: Coloured engraving, signed: Drawn by a naval officer. 16.75 × 9. Copy 2: 5 tears and one small hole.
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The Tomb of Bonaparte. London. S. & I. Fuller. July 20, 1821.

Physical Description: Sepia engraving, signed: Capt. Marryat R.N. delt....T. Sutherland sculpt. 19.25 × 13.5.
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The Tomb of Bonaparte. Inscribed to Mr. Rich Thompson. Dated September 10, 1821.

Physical Description: Sepia engraving, signed: Arranged by E.W. 4.5 × 3 image on 12 × 18.25 sheet. Pencilled note on bottom states: Only 4 impressions taken, R. Thompson.