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RYAN, Richard (1796--1849)
Lines, supposed to be spoken by Mr. James Pearson.
[London]: [1836?].
[2] p. ; 24.0 cm. (4º)

Quarter-sheet, verso blank. Drop-head title. Signed at end: Richard Ryan. Verses for James Pearson, the elderly painter, probably sold in his aid at the same time as A case of extreme and urgent distress. Is humbly submitted to the notice of the humane and benevolent. That very eminent artist, Mr. James Pearson, now in his 96th, year, ... Scace, printer, [1836?] (q.v.). Refers in a footnote to his stained glass works around the country.

Binding Loose paper.

Reference Number 6294


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