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Universal classic manuscripts : fac-similes from originals in the Department of Manuscripts, British Museum, of royal, historic and diplomatic documents, letters and autographs of kings, queens, princes, statesmen, generals, authors, etc. with descriptions, editorial notes, references and translations

Author: George F Warner, Sir; British Museum. Department of Manuscripts.
Publisher: Washington ; London : M. Walter Dunne, [between 1902 and 1928]
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Universal classic manuscripts.
Washington ; London : M. Walter Dunne, [between 1902 and 1928]
(OCoLC)844593909
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George F Warner, Sir; British Museum. Department of Manuscripts.
OCLC Number: 2474027
Notes: Contains 75 of the 150 facsimiles issued in the 2 v. edition published in 1901, which was an unauthorized reproduction of the "Facsimiles of royal, historical, literary and other autographs in the Department of manuscripts, British Museum," London, 1895-99. cf. Library Journal, 1901, v. 26, p. 376.
"Special introduction" not included in this edition.
Description: [155] pages : 75 facsimiles ; 45 cm
Contents: Henry V (1419) --
Henry VII and Elizabeth of York; Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon --
Michelangelo Buonarroti (1508) --
Henry VIII (1518) --
Albrecht Dürer (1523) --
Sir Thomas More (1534) --
Martin Luther (1536) --
Episcopal Declaration (1537) --
Queen Mary I (1547) --
Lady Jane Grey (1553) --
Charles V, Emperor (1555) --
Mary, Queen of Scots (1571) --
Philip II of Spain (1579) --
English commanders against the Spanish Armada (1588) --
Edmund Spenser, About (1589) --
Francis Bacon, Lord Verulam and Viscount St. Albans (1595). Queen Elizabeth (1603) --
Henry IV of France (1606) --
Sir Walter Raleigh (1617) --
George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham (1623) --
James I (1623) --
Charles I (1642) --
Oliver Cromwell (1645) --
John Milton(1646-1652) --
Izaak Walton (1647-1662) --
The Council of State (1653) --
Admiral Robert Blake (1654) --
Charles II (1660) --
James II (1680) --
William Penn (1681) --
Sir Isaac Newton (1682) --
Louis XIV of France (1688) --
William III (1689) --
Queen Mary II (1692). Queen Anne (1704) --
Joseph Addison (1714) --
Alexander Pope (1714) --
Dr. Jonathan Swift (1730) --
Sir Robert Walpole (1730) --
George Frederick Handel (1749-1750) --
Thomas Gray (1750) --
Frederic II the Great of Prussia (1757) --
George II (1757) --
William Pitt, Earl of Chatham (1759) --
George III (1760) --
Francois Marie Arouet de Voltaire (1760) --
Oliver Goldsmith (1763) --
Jean Jacques Rousseau (1764) --
Thomas Chatterton (1769) --
"Junius" (1772) --
David Garrick (1776) --
Warren Hastings, Governor General of Bengal (1780) --
Dr. Samuel Johnson (1781) --
Benjamin Franklin (1782) --
John Wesley (1783) --
Charles Edward Stuart the Young Pretender (1784) --
Robert Burns (1792) --
George Washington (1793) --
James Boswell (1795) --
Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of the French (1798 and 1807). Horatio, Viscount Nelson and Emma, Lady Hamilton (1805) --
George Gordon Byron, Lord Byron (1810) --
Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington (1815) --
Percy Bysshe Shelley (1819) --
Sir Walter Scott (1820) --
Thomas Carlyle (1832) --
Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield (1833) --
Thomas Babington Macauley, Lord Macauley (1839) --
William Makepeace Thackeray (1851) --
William Ewart Gladstone (1856) --
"George Eliot" (1859) --
Alfred Tennyson, Lord Tennyson (1864) --
Robert Browning (1868) --
Charles Dickens (1870) --
Queen Victoria (1885).
Responsibility: by George F. Warner ; special introduction by S.M. Hamilton.

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