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George Cruikshank: the artist, the humourist, and the man, with some account of his brother Robert. A critico-bibliographical essay.

Author: William Bates
Publisher: London, Houlston and Sons 1879.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 2d ed., rev.; and augm.View all editions and formats
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Bates, William, -1884.
George Cruikshank: the artist, the humourist, and the man.
London, Houlston and sons; [etc., etc.] 1879
(OCoLC)647115390
Named Person: George Cruikshank; Robert Cruikshank; George Cruikshank; Robert Cruikshank; George Cruikshank; Robert Cruikshank
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Bates
OCLC Number: 1961936
Description: 3 preliminary leaves, 94 pages, 1 leaf front (portrait) illustrations, 14 plates, fascim. 30 cm
Responsibility: By William Bates ... with numerous illustrations by G. Cruikshank ...

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