RefNoJC/22/57
Alternative Reference numberJC/1268
TitleEngravings and photographs - taken out of books and magazines
DescriptionNo. 1 Sir William Jones, Anglo-Welsh philologist and scholar of ancient India, 1746-1794
No. 2 James Montgomery (available to view on ww.picturesheffield.com s08144)
No. 3 James Montgomery (available to view on ww.picturesheffield.com s08147)
No. 4 Joshua Oldfield, D D (1656-1729)
No. 5 Rev. Jonathan Scott ('Captain Scott'), 1735 - 1807. Soldier and evangelist, of Matlock
No. 6 John Eadon (available to view on ww.picturesheffield.com s08159)
No. 7 unidentified (torn)
No. 8 scan
No. 9 James Montgomery, hymns for Sunday School Jubilee, 4 Sep 1831
No. 10 John Adolphus, 1768 - 1845. Barrister and historian
No. 11 William Wentworth Fitzwilliam, Earl Fitzwilliam by W. Owen esq. / R. Hicks, published by Fisher Son and co., London, 1829
No. 12 Most Hon. Charles Marquis of Rockingham ‘To the Right Honourable Earl Fitzwilliam and the noblemen and gentleman of The Whig Association this plate is respectfully dedicated. Sir Joshua Reynolds Pinter. B. Killingbeck, sculpture.
No. 13 Rev. Thomas Grove, Minister of the Gospel at Rotherham. Published as the Act directed, Oct 1790 by T. Chapman, Nevill’s Court.
No. 14 John Gambold (1711 –1771), formerly Minister of Stanton Harcourt and late one of the Bishops of the Unitas Fratrum [Moravian Church]. Published by W. H.Blackburn, Darlington.
No. 15 unidentified
No. 16 unidentified
No. 17 James Arminius, D. D. (1560 – 1609), formerly professor of Divinity in the University of Leyden. Engraved on steel by T. Brown.
No. 18 Bishop Sanderson (1587 – 1663)
No. 19 Jackey Turner, ‘a well known character in Chesterfield’. Drawn by White.
No. 20 Sir Richard Arkwright. Printed by Josh. Wright, R. A.. Engraved by J. Jenkins. Published by Peter Jackson, London and Paris.
No. 21 William Hage (b. 1754)– the celebrated guide to Haddon Hall, Derbyshire. Drawn on stone by Rayner, from a drawing by Oakley.
No. 22 Mr Thomas Rogerson, Preacher of the gospel, aged 32. From the Methodist Magazine.
No. 23a hand-drawn images of Duke of Gloucester and Princess Mary, [20th cent]
No. 23b hand-drawn image of Granville Sharp, esq.
No. 23c Earl Fitzwilliam, published 1 Dec 1821 by T. Boys, 7 Ludgate Hill. Engraved with permission of Messrs Colnaghi and Co from their print after Owen, by W. T. Fry. On PS s08161
No. 24a Staniforth od Darnall coat of arms
No. 24b William Earl Fitzwilliam. Drawn from life by W. H. brown. Engraved by C. Warren and published in accordance to Act of Parliament by C. Cooke, No. 7 Paternoster Row, 8 Apr 1792. On PS s08162
No. 25 Unidentified portrait (sketch)
No. 26 John Nicholson, the Yorkshire Poet
No. 27 untitled engraving. Written on reverse is ‘This is the frontispiece to proceedings of the Sheffield Shakespeare Club, 1829 by Mr Poole (see page 108 of that volume)’
No. 28 Unidentified portrait
No. 29 Gervase Holles ](1607 - 1675) was an English lawyer, antiquarian and politician; Mayor o Grimsby 1636 an d1638; MP for Grimsby 1640 and 1661 - 1675.
No. 30 Ancient monument in Scarcliffe church. Published by T. Cadell and w. Davies, Nov 1817
No. 31 traces / sketches of Yorkshire coins/ tokens, c. 1790s incl. payable at John hands, Sheffield.
No. 31b joseph Hunter Antiqvarvis MDCCCLIII
No. 32 Athelstan’s Chapel, Conisbrough Castle, published Sep 1926 by Longman and Co.
No. 33 North east view of Kirkstall Abbey, Yorkshire, published as the Act directs, 1806.
No. 33b Sapere aude Sleigh arms
No. 34 page from The Beauties of England and Wales; or delineations topographical, historical and descriptive, vol. III depicting the remains of Dale Abbey, Derbyshire. London, published by Vernon & Hood, Poultry, Jan 1803
No. 35 Arms of Sir William Fairbairn [(1789-1874)]
No. 36 Sketch of Assistant [?] Cutlers in Hallamshire badge
No. 37 Chesterfield Church (Derbyshire)
3No. 8 ‘Humberston’ coat of arms
No. 39 tracing (oddments)
No. 41 Image of fragments of Tabula Honesta Missionis (found at Stannington) [ Roman document certifying the good conduct of soldiers]. Caption reads ‘Facsimile of Roman manumission plates found near Stannington in 1761. The original copper plates are now in the British Museum. A full account of this interesting and most important discovery may be found in Hunter’s ‘Hallamshire’ and Camden’s Britannia’ (Gough’s edition), vol. 3, p. 262. These tablets were the charter of a number of discharged Roman legionaries.
No. 41b unidentified brass rubbings
No. 42 View of Mousehole Forge near Sheffield
Date[19th cent]
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