Name Engraver
Description

The person responsible for turning an illustration into an engraving.

Persons

Displaying 1–25 of 1172

Person Title
Akin, James Lessons for children, from two to five years old. : Adorned with cuts engraved by James Akin Part I. From two to four years old [-Part II. From four to five years old
Akin, James Lessons for children Part II. From four to five years old. : Adorned with cuts engraved by James Akin
Akin, James Lessons for children Part II. From four to five years old. : Adorned with cuts engraved by James Akin
Akin, James Essay on Irish bulls. By Richard Lovell Edgeworth, and Maria Edgeworth, Author of Castle Rackrent, &c.
Allen, George A survey of the River Thames from London: and of the River Medway from Rochester, to the Nore. Engraved by George Allen, no. 19, Shoe Lane
Anderson, Alexander Conversion of Mrs. Eleanor Emerson. From an account written by herself
Anderson, Alexander The good girl's soliloquy; containing her parents' instructions, relative to her disposition and manners
Anderson, Alexander (Parent's Assistant). Juvenile Classicks[sic]. One Hundred Volumes of Select Books for Children. Uniformly Bound. Munroe & Francis' Edition.
Anderson, Alexander The Publications of the American Tract Society
Anderson, Alexander The happy family, or Winter evenings' employment: Consisting of readings and conversations. : In seven parts. By a friend of youth. ; [Four lines of verse
Anderson, Alexander Hymns for infant minds. By the author of "Original poems," "Rhymes for the nursery," &c. ; [One line of quotation
Anderson, Alexander Old Poz. By Miss Edgeworth.
Anderson, Alexander The Farm-Yard Journal, Also, the History of the Marten. Adorned with Cuts.
Anderson, Alexander The sisters, and The rose, or, History of Ellen Selwyn. Adorned with cuts
Anderson, Alexander Little poems for little readers
Anderson, Alexander The White Pigeon. By Miss Edgeworth. With Cuts.
Anderson, Alexander The menagerie: a reward for good children
Anderson, Alexander 'Tis all for the best
Anderson, Alexander Barring Out. By Miss Edgeworth. Illustrated with Cuts. (Munroe & Francis' Edition.)
Anderson, Alexander American popular lessons, chiefly selected from the writings of Mrs. Barbauld, Miss Edgeworth and other approved authors. ; Designed particularly for the younger classes of children in schools. ; [Two lines from of Scripture text
Anderson, Alexander Memoir of Mrs. Chloe Spear, a native of Africa, who was enslaved in childhood, and died in Boston, January 3, 1815--aged 65 years. By a lady of Boston.
Anderson, Alexander Hymns in prose, for the use of children. [Two lines from Psalms
Anderson, Alexander The lady in the arbour. By Mrs. Sherwood, author of "Little Henry and his bearer," &c
Anderson, Alexander Eton Montem. By Miss Edgeworth.
Anderson, Alexander A Pleasing Toy.