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ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY OF PAINTING, SCULPTURE, AND ARCHITECTURE
Award by John Hope, Esq. the Solicitor-General for Scotland, and Henry Cockburn, Esq. Advocate, on the reference made to them, and unanimously approved of at a general meeting of the members of the Scottish Academy, held 10th July 1829.
Edinburgh P. Neill, printer, [1829].
[2], 8, [2] p. ; 21.5 cm. (8º)

Drop-head title from p. [1]. Printer's statement from foot of p. 8. Final blank leaf is conjugate with a preliminary leaf captioned 'Scottish Academy Of Painting, Sculpture, And Architecture' giving the history of the 'Award'. Concerns the union of 24 artists, associated of the Royal Institution and others with the Scottish Academy. The "Award" also appears in the Constitutions and laws, 1829 (q.v.), with different pagination and without the printer's statement.

Copy Notes With a loosely inserted sheet bearing the address of Mr. Shiels/ 123 Seymour Street/ Euston Square.

Binding Pamphlet-stitched in original C19th yellow paper wrappers, blue thread.

Reference Number 3278


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