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CAREY, William Paulet (1759--1839)
Fine arts. Observations and correspondence, referring to the "Appeal of the directors," written in February, 1828, by Wm. Carey, and gratuitously circulated by the Royal Irish Institution for the Promotion of the Fine Arts in Ireland.
[Dublin?]: 1829.
4 p. ; 22.2 cm. (8°)

Anonymous. Drop-head title. At head of title: 1829. Correspondence is by J.C. Seymour, and John Pomeroy, Vice-President of the Royal Dublin Society. Carey's Appeal of the directors of the Royal Irish Institution was published: Dublin: printed by Bentham and Hardy, 1828, 46 pp.

Copy Notes Bound (2) with Carey's Brief remarks on the anti-British effect of inconsiderate criticism on modern art, 1831 (q.v.).

Binding C19th green cloth.

Reference Number 5697


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