Queen Caroline of England

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Acquired with File 66 821 T627. An appeal for gifts of money in exchange for a pewter token.

  • TitleQueen Caroline of England, died Augt. 1, 1821, aet. 53 Augt. 1. 1821 [realia].
  • Production[London? : Publisher not identified, 1821]

Catalog Record & Digital Collection

66 821 T627 Object Rm

Acquired July 2015

Tippoo Saib’s two sons taking leave of their mother

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Two oval images printed against a patterned background with a stylized floral border. The image on the top shows Tippoo Sahib’s wife, mother of his two sons as she kneels outside a tent on a rug; she embraces her one son as the other son stands behind him. Tipu Sultan stands in the background with a woman servant(?). In the image below, the young boy his handed over by his father (left) to Cornwallis (right) with the British camp in the background. Soldiers flank Cornwallis; the Sultan is attend by two of his men. The title of the top image is engraved in a legend on the left; the legend on the right continues the title of the image on the bottom.

  • Title: Tippoo Saib’s two sons taking leave of their mother [graphic] : previous to their being deliver’d up to Lord Cornwallis as hostages at the termination of the war in the East Indies in 1792 = Tippoo Saib’s two sons delivered up to Lord Cornwallis : as hostages, after he had so gloriously conquered that proud sultan at Seringaptam, the Capital of the Mysore Country, in the East Indies, in 1792.
  • Created: [England or India?] : [s.n.], [not before 1792]

Catalog Record & Digital Collection

792.00.00.104++

Acquired July 2013

Scrapbook of Watkin Wingfield

Scrapbook selection 1

Scrapbook selection 2

Scrapbook selection 3

Scrapbook of Watkin Wingfield including 130 drawings (most in color) executed by him between the ages of 8 and 12; clippings from newspapers (including the St. James’s Chronicle and London Evening Post) on current political and social topics, poems, epigrams, advertisements, reports on fashionable society, and news from China and India. Napoleon Bonaparte, however, is the figure most frequently represented in the clippings. Also of interest were the royal visit of Louis XVIII and the death of Queen Charlotte. Laid in are three portrait engravings published by Colnaghi: Frederick William, III, King of Prussia, Field Marshall von Blucher, and the Duke of Saxony. His interest in fashion and dress is evidenced by his many drawings of the ethnic costumes of Europe and the inclusion of many French fashion plates. Also included is a later clipping (ca. 1833?) announcing the marriage of his brother Walter Clopton Wingfield (1800-1846) to Jane Eliza, daughter of General Sir John Michell.
  • Author: Wingfield, Watkin, 1803-1886
  • Title: Scrapbook of Watkin Wingfield, [bulk ca. 1811-1820, 1833?].

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Acquired June, 2011 by the Lewis Walpole Library.

Eshott House (Alnwick, England): Thomas Adam’s Estate cont.

Selections from a growing collection at the Lewis Walpole Library.

Enlistment papers 1

Enlistment papers 2

Broadside

Scrap

Collection Acquired 2007 – 2011 by the Lewis Walpole Library.

Eshott House (Alnwick, England): Thomas Adam’s Estate

Selections from a growing collection at the Lewis Walpole Library.

Eshott selection 1

 

Eshott selection 2

Eshott selection 3

Eshott selection 4

Collection acquired 2007 – 2011 by the Lewis Walpole Library.

Amery and Pitter, lacemen…

Amery and Pitter, lacemen, Bedford Street, Covent Garden

Published: [London : s.n., ca. 1792]

File 66 792 Am512

Amery and Pitter, lacemenSubjects (Library of Congress): Lace industry–England–London.

Lewis Walpole Library new acquisition: October, 2010

Eshott House (Alnwick, England): Thomas Adam’s Estate

Adams, Thomas, of Alnwick [and others]

Eshott House (Alnwick, England): Thomas Adam’s Estate

LWL MSS 2

Samples from a growing collection at the Lewis Walpole Library:


Lewis Walpole Library new acquisition: 2007 – 2010 (ongoing)