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LIST OF THE ENGRAVINGS OF THE BOISSERÉE AND Munich GALLERIES —continued.
SUBJECT.

MASTER,
NUMBER.
SUBJECT.

MASTER. NUMBER.
Boisserée Munich

Boisserie Munich Gallery. Gallery.

Gallery. , Gallery Landscape, with Swans RuisDAEL

154 1 Norbert, St., Sermon of ORLEY Landscape, with Cattle VAN DER VELDE 181 Offering in the Temple Van EYCK 29 Landscape, with Cattle WYNANTS

197 Paul, St.

SR. VON MECKENEM 59 Landscape, with Falconers WYNANTS

139 Panl, Mark, Sts. Dürer Landscape, with a Hill WYNANTS

Paul and Peter, Sts. RUBENS

144 Landscape

WYNANTS
200 Peasant's Cottage POTTER

117 Landscape ZAFTLEBEN

Peasant playing the Larder, with Dead Game HAMILTON

Violin

TENIERS

165 Latona and her Children RUBENS

142 Peasant ard Wife on Lazarus, St. DÜRER

Horseback

LINGELBACII Liberti, II. Portrait of Deck 58 Peasants Fighting Brouwer

13 Lioness and Wild Boar SNYDERS

163 Peter, St.

Isr. von MECKENEM 60 Lioness pursuing a Deer SNYDERS 162 Peter and Paul, Apostles Rubens

144 Luke, St and the Virgin Van Eyck 28

Peter of Alcantara, St. COELLO Madonna

CALIARI

17 Philip, St. Isr. von MECKENEM 59 Madonna

EYCK
64 Philip, St.

WILHELM 103
Madonna

PIPI
115 Phoebe and Elaira Rubens

143 Madonna SASSOFERRATA 155 Ponte Lupo, near Tivoli Poussin, G.

118 Madonna and Jesus Dyck 55 Portrait of Bindo Altoviti Titian

175 Madonna and Jesus TITIAN

172 Portrait of Pictro AreMagdalen, St.

DOLCE
32 tino

TITIAN

174 Magdalen, St.

METSYS

78

Portrait of Barbarelli BARBARELLI
Magdalen, St.
UNKNOWN 107

Portrait of Carondelet HOLBEIN
Magdalen, St.
WILHELM 105

Portrait of Charles de
Magdalen, St.

SCHOOREL
160 Bourbon

VAN EYCK
Maiden sleeping WEENIX

Portrait of Charles V "TITIAN

1173 Man and Woman in

Portrait of Christ HEMLING
Conversation
HOOGUE

Portrait of John Dürer DÜRER
Manna, Israelites col-

Portrait of Flinck REMBRANDT

130 lecting HEMLING 41 Portrait of Flinck's Wife REMBRANDT

131 Mare and Foal HEYDECK

Portrait of Helena For-
Margaret, St. LUCAS VAN LEYDEN

man
RUBENS

137 Mark, St. DÜRER

Portrait of Helena For. Marriage of the Virgin Isr.v. MECKENEM 63

man, whole-length RUBENS
Martha, St.
MABUSE

Portrait of Franz von
Mary, St.
MELEM

Sickingen

Dürer Mary-see Virgin.

Portrait of S. Haller

Walch Matthew, St. IsR. VON MECKENEM 58

Portrait of a Lady AMBERGER
Matthew, St. ISR. VON MECKENEM 60

Portrait of a Lady' CRANACII
Matthew, St.
WILHELM 100

Portrait of a Lady Dyck
Matthias, St.
WILHELM 101

Portrait of H. Liberti DYCK
Maurice, St.
HOEMSKIRK 46

Portrait of a young Man Dyck
Maurice, St., Beheading MARES

Portrait of a young Man Maximilian I., Portrait

in black

Drск
of
Walch

Portrait of a young Man
Melchisedec
IIEMLING

in white sleoves DYCK Melem, Portrait of MELEM

Portrait of Maximilian I. Walon Michael, the Archangel MABUSE

Portrait of Melem MELEM Midas King of Phrygia Poussin, N. 120 Portrait of F. Mieris MIERIS, F. Mieris (F.) Portrait of MIERIS

100 Portrait of Marquis of Mirabelle, Marquis of DYCK

Mirabelle

Deck
Monk Praying
BREENBERG

Portrait of Raphael

RAPHAEL

126 Mother, the Sorrowing Calcar

Portrait of Rubens and Mount of Olives, Christ

Elizabeth Brant RUBENS on BURGMAIER

Portrait, Scholar of Mount of Olives, Christ

Cologne

BRUYN on

UNKNOWN 108 Portrait of Snyders DYCK Mountains and Lake MILLET 106 Portrait of a Spaniard PEREDA

113 Musicians

VERCOLI
182 Portrait of Tilly VELAZQUEZ

178

Portrait of 'I'itian's
Nativity, the
HEMLING

Mistress

BORDONE
Nativity, the
WILHELM

Portrait of Ulrich von
Nicasius, St.
SCHOOREL

Hutten

DÜRER

138

55

45

96

57

100

54

5+

12

147

13

60

LIST OF THE ENGRAVINGS OF THE BOISSERÉE AND Munich GALLERIES- continued.
SOBJECT.
MASTER. NUMBER.

SUBJECT.

MASTER.

NUMBER. Boisserée Munich

Boisseréel Munich Gallery. Gallery.

Gallery, Gallery. Portrait of Van Dyck DYCK

47 Village Barber

BROUWER

15 Portrait of Dyck's Wife,

Vintage with Children RUBENS

135 Countess Gorré DYCK

48 Virgin, the

VAN DER GOES 31 Portrait of John de

Virgin Mary, the VAN EYCK 117 Wael and his Wife DYCK 59 Virgin and St. Anne CALCAR

16 Portrait of Weiss ASPER

1

Virgin, and St. Anne GRÜNEWALD 33 Portrait of Duke Wolf

Virgin, Ascension of Isr. v. MECKENEM 67 gang von Neuburg DYCK 56 Virgin and Child BARBIERI

7 Quirinus, St. WILHELM 104 Virgin and Child sleeping CIGNANI

27 Raphael, Portrait of

RAPHAEL
126 Virgin and Child DOLCE

35 Repose in Egypt SCHOOR EL 93

Virgin and Child FRA BARTOLOMEO 67 Repose in Egypt UNKNOWN 111

Virgin and Child

GAROFALO

68 Retura from Hawking WOUVERMANS 192 Virgin and Child VAN DER GOES 32 Rabens and Eliz. Brant RUBENS

147 Virgin and Child

UNKNOWN 115
Saint, head of a

SCHÖN
159 Virgin and Child CESARI

24 Satyrs, two

RUBENS

139 Virgin, Infant Christ, Saviour in his youth BARBIERI

8 St. John

LUINI Seamstress

Dow

37 Virgin, Infant Christ,
Sex Piece
BACKHUYSEN
SS. John & Nicholas PERUGINO

93 Sea Piece

LORRAIN

92 Virgin, Infant Christ, St. Ses Piece VAN DER VELDE 179 John and a Bishop PONTE

116 Sea Piece

VITRINGA

185 Virgin, Infant Christ Seaport Town in flames VERNET

184 and St. John

RAPHAEL

127 Ses Shore with Fisher

Virgin worshipping Inman's Hats WOUVERMANS 194 fant Christ

RAIBOLINI

125 Sebaldas Kirche, Nurem

Virgin, the dying SCHOOREL 88 berg, Interior of

QUAGLIO

122 Virgin, Entry of the, Sebastian St., Martyrdom AMERIGHI

into the Temple Isr. von MECKENEM 68 Sennacherib

RUBENS

136 Virgin, Seven Joys of HEMLING 35 Servatius, Bishop Schön

6

Virgin and St. Luke VAN EYCK 28 Simon, St.

DÜRER

23
Visitation, the

WILHELM 97
Simon, St. ISR. VON MECKENEM 59

Wael, John de, and his
Simon, St.
WILHELM 102
Wife, Portrait of DYCK

69 Skating Scene WOUVERMÁNS 190 Waggoner with Horses KOBELL

85 Smokers

BROUWER
14 Warrior in a Breastplate CHAMPAGNE

26 Smokers

DOES
29 Waterfall

HOBBEMA

74 Smokers

TENIERS
167 Waterfall

RUISDA EL

149 Spyden, Franz

DYCK
60 Waterfall, Stems of Trces RuisDAEL

150 Soldier smoking a Pipe MIERIS, F.

102
Weiss Georg

ASPER

1 Soldier, old, with a Pipe MIERIS, F.

104 Wild Bull

KUNTZ

88 Spaniard, a Portrait of PEREDA

113 Winter Scene

RUISDAEL

153 bpinner, The

Dow
38 Wise and Foolish Virgins SCHALKEN

157 Stable with Horses WOUVERMANS 193 Wolfgang von Neuburg, Stephen, St.

BRUYN

6
Duke
Deck

56 Storm st Sea

VERNET
183 Woman with Mirror BARBARELLI

6 Sapper, Oysters and Wine MIERIS, F. 99 Woman Praying Dow

38 Temptation of Christ

PATENIER

81

Woman looking out of
Thomas, St. Isr. ron MECKENEM 64

Window
Dow

39 Tilly, Portrait of

VELAZQUEZ
178 Woman peeling Apples Dow

40 Titian's Mistress BORDONE 9 Woman Reading Hooghe

75 Toper with a Bottle Voys 186 Woman catching Vermin MURILLO

111 Trinity, the Holy

RUBENS

148 Youth and Girl with a Ulm Cathedral

QUAGLIO
123 Candle

SCHALKEN

158 Ulrich von Hatten DÜRER 46 Youth catching Fleas TERBOURGH

186 Veronica, St.

UNKNOWN 114

Brown's (R.) Domestic Architecture, with Observa

tions on Rural Residences, thick 4to. 63 nicely engraved plates, with 13 woodcuts of Furniture, cloth, (sells £3. 38) hf. bd. 188

1815 An interesting work, exhibiting the various styles of all nations and all periods, with their appliention to modern domestic requirements : it also treats of ornamental gardening.

Bartsch (C.) le Peintre-graveur, 21 vols. 8vo. the early

volumes reprinted at Leipzig, with numerous plates, with the text and th oblong 4to. Atlas of 16 EXTRA PLATES, bound in 21 vols. half morocco, top edges gilt, £12. 12s; or sewed, £8.8s Vienna and Leipsic, 1803-21-54

This is the best Hand-book for Print-collectors ; copies are getting scarce. Bhagavad-Gita (The); or a Discourse between

Krishna and Arjuna on Divine Matter, a Sanskrit philosophical poem, translated with notes, and an introduction on Sanskrit Philosophy, by J. Cockburn Thomson, square small 8vo. original unabridged edition, pp. cxix and 155, cloth, 108 6d

Hertford, 1855 The Bhagavad Gita, which was written probably some time before the birth of Christ, and was inserted in the great epic poem Mahabharata, is not only a poem but also the greatest philosophical work which India has produced. It belongs to the Sankhya system—the most important of Hindu schools of philosophy-and is Pantheistic in its character. When we consider that the busy intellect of mankind has been engaged upon metaphysical inquiries for thousands of years, and that no advance has been made in real discovery, the teaching of the Bhagavad Gita is as valuable now as it ever has been, and offers a study as attractive as any other which exists for the student of the History of Religions.

The introduction by Mr. Thomson, which gives with admirable condensation an analysis of the doctrines of all the Hindu systems of Philosophy, has long been acknowledged to be a masterpiece.

British Museum Publications:
Gayangos (Pascual de) CATALOGUE of the MSS. in the

SPANISH LANGUAGE in the BRITISH MUSEUM, Vol. I, stout
royal 8vo. pp. viii and 883, cloth, 158

1875 This has long been a desideratum : and many students will rejoice to find that the labour of reference and inquiry is now enormously facilitated, so far as Spanish literature and history aro concerned. The name of the compiler enhances the value of the catalogue to no slight degree. Catalogue of Additions to the MANUSCRIPTS in the

British Museum in the years 1854-1870— Additional MSS. 19,720-24,026, thick royal 8vo. x, 938 pp. cloth, 158

1875 “This collection includes the Correspondence of John Maitland, first Duke of Lauderdale, temp. 1642-82; Private Papers of Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Stafford, 1711-14 ; Lord Carteret, first Earl of Granville; Field-Marshal James O'Hara, second Lord Tyrawly, 1728-41; of Colonel Bouquet and General Sir Fred. Haldimand, Governor of Quebec, relating to the contest with the French in Canada, and the War with the American Colonies, 1757-85 ; Original Despatches of British Admirals, reporting victories, 1794-1806 ; Greek Gospels ; Latin Psalters, illuminated ; etc. This Catalogue is the work chiefly of Mr. Scott and Mr. Warner.”—EDWARD A. Bond. THE COLLECTION OF ANCIENT GREEK INSCRIPTIONS in the British

Museum, edited by NEWTON, part I, Attika, edited by the Rev. E. L. Hicks, folio, viii and 160 pp. 3 plates of the Ground-plan, Sections, and Details of Erechtheion, bds. £1.

1874 “ The Collection of Greek Inscriptions in the British Museum, of which the Attic portion is here published, has been acquired by purchase, by donations, and also through the exploration of ancient sites conducted by the Government, by the Trustees, or by private enterprise.

“In the present work the same geographical arrangement has been followed which was adopted by Böckh in his great work, the Corpus Inscriptionum Græcarum, published in 1828 by the Academy of Berlin, and also in the new Corpus, now being published by the same Academy. According to this arrangement Attika stands first in the order of Greek States.

“ All the uncial texts have been carefully collated with the original marbles by Mr. Hicks in the first instance and by me afterwards.".-( T. NEWTON,

MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,

British Museum Publications continued. Busk's Catalogue of Marine Polyzoa, part 3, Cyclostomata, 8vo. 38 plates representing above 200 species, cloth, 5s

1875 A CATALOGUE of Birds, by R. BOWDLER SHARPE, F.L.S., F.Z.S.,

&c., &c., Assistant in the Zoological Department, British Museum. Vol. I. Acciptres, 8vo. xvi and 480 pp. many woodcuts and 14 coloured plates of new or little known species of BIRDS OF PREY, cloth, 198 1874

- the same, Vol. II. Catalogue of the Striges or Nocturnal Birds of Prey in the collection of the British Museum, 8vo. xii and 326 pp, with 14 coloured plates of Ouls, cloth, 168

1875 The importance of Mr. Sharpe's previous contributions to Science, such as the "Monograph of the Alcedinidae,' and the Birds of Europe,' fully justify the interest which is felt in the above volame. Ornithological Science will largely gain by it. The 'Catalogue of Birds' will be a companion work to Dr. Günther's celebrated Catalogue of Fishes,' which was also published by the authorities of the British Museum. As in that work, every species will be described in full, and since not only the Birds in the Museum itself will be included, but every known species of every genus, each volume will be a series of monographic revisions of the group or family of which it treats. In addition to this, diognostic tables and keys will be supplied for each genus, and the genera and families will also be fully characterized, woodcuts being added whenever the characters require elucidation. FACSIMILES OF ANCIENT CHARTERS in the British Museum, folio,

23 large photographic facsimiles, with the modern printed form, cloth, £1. ls

1873 The special object of the present publication of Ancient English Charters in facsimile is to preserve as it were the documents themselves, by reproducing them in exact imitation and in a permanent form. They cannot be looked upon without emotion, as monuments of a remote age; and, being dated both as to place and time, they are invaluable for the study of palæography, especially as a standard of comparison for English writings, of which it is most important for the study of the language to fix the true age.

The Trustees resolved to have facsimiles made of the series which were the oldest and of worst condition. The process practised by Messrs. Spencer, Sawyer, and Bird, was selected, as giving the photographic copy, untouched by hand, in actual printing. The results show how excellently it is adapted for the purpose; and the prints obtained by it may be accepted as giving all the niceties of the writing with perfect accuracy."-Preface.

CATALOGOE of the GREEK COINS: ITALY, 8vo. many hundred woodcuts, cloth, £1. 58

1873 “ This volume contains a Catalogue of the Coins of Ancient Italy in the British Museum, arranged according to the system of Eckhel.

“The metal of each coin is stated, and its size in inches and tenths. The weight is given in English grains of all gold and silver coins and of all copper coins of known denominations. Tables for converting grains into French grammes and inches into millemètres, as well as into the measure of Mionnet's scale, are placed at the end of the volume."'-R. S. Poole.

CONTENTS : Etruria, Umbria, Picenum, Vestini, Latium, Samnium, Freniani, Campania, Apalia, Calabria, Lucania and Brutti. CATALOGUE of the GREEK Coins : SICILY, edited by Poole, 8vo. full of woodcuts, cloth, 218

1876 Syracuse, by Barclay Head--the other cities of Sicily by P. Gardner-Siculo—Punic Class and Lipara by Poole.

“ The coins of each city have been classified under the periods to which they have appeared to belong ......(i) Archaic Art. (ii) Transition. (ii) Finest Art. (iv) Decline, early. (v) Decline, late. (vi) Roman Dominion.

The metal, size and weight of each coin as in the first volume “ Italy." THE CUNEIFORM ÎNSCRIPTIONS OF WESTERN ASIA, VOL. IV : RAWLINSON (Sir Henry C.) Selections of the Miscellaneous Inscriptions

of Assyria, edited by GEORGE SMITH, impl. folio, 70 lithographed sheets, bds. 20s

1875 CATALOGUE OF ORIENTAL COINS, Vol. I., the Coins of the Eastern

Khaleefehs by S. L. and R. Poole, 8vo. 8 Autotype plates, cloth, 12s 1875

"This volume contains the coins, gold, silver, and copper, of the Khaleefehs, Amawee and 'Abbásee. The number hitherto inedited is singularly large, amounting in the gold and silver to about one in fonr. The copper coins, having often been indifferently described by former writers, are not distinguished as edited or inedited.”—Introduction..

1826

British Museum Publications—continued.

ANTIQUITIES.
Description of the Ancient Terracottas, by T. Combe, 4to. £1. 11s6d
-Large paper, £2. 12s 6d.

1810
- Marbles, Part I., by the same, 4to. £1.58
Large paper, £1. 158

1812
-- Part II., by the same, 4to. £2. 128 6d-
Large paper, £3. 13s 6d

1815
--- Part III., by the same, 4to. £1. 10s~
Large paper, £2. 28

1818
--- Part IV., by the same, 4to. £2. 2s—
Large paper, £3. 38

1820
-- Part V., by E. Hawkins, 4to. £l. 18-
Large paper, £1. 11s 6d

- Part VI., by C. R. Cockerell, 4to. £2. 2s
-Large paper, £3. 38

1810
-- Part VII., by E. Hawkins, 4to. £2. 2s–
Large paper, £3. 38

1835
-- Part VIII., by the same, 4to. £3. 38–
Large paper, £4. 14s 6d

1839
- Part IX., by the same, 4to. £2. 28–
Large paper, £3. 38

1812
-- Part X., by the same, 4to. £3.38—Large
paper, £1. 148 6d

1815
--- Part XI., by S. Birch, 4to. £3. 38-Large
paper £1. 14s 61

1861
Catalogue of the Greek and Etruscan Vases in the British Museum,
Vol. I., 8vo. 58 ; fine paper, 78 6d

1870
Tablets and other Egyptian Monuments, from the Collection of the
Earl of Belmore, folio, 158

1843
Inscriptions in the Cuneiform Character, from Assyrian Monuments,
discovered by A. H. Layard, D.C.L., folio, £1. 18

1851
Cuneiform Inscriptions of Western Asia. Prepared for publication

by Maj.-Gen. Sir H. O. Rawlinson, K..C.B., assisted by E. Norris,
Sec. R. As. Soc., Vol. I., folio, £1.

1861

--- Vol. II., folio, £1. 1866
Cuneiform Inscriptions of Western Asia. Vol. III. Prepared for

publication by Major-General Sir H. C. Rawlinson, K.C.B., F.R.S.,

&c., assisted by George Smith, Depart. of Antiquities, fol. £1. 1870
Inscriptions in the Phænician Character, discovered on the site of

Carthage, during Researches by Nathan Davis, Esq., 1856-58, fol.

£1.58
Inscriptions in the Himyaritic Character, discovered chiefly in South.
ern Arabia, fol. 16s sheets; £1. 4s boards

1863
Inscriptions in the Hieratic and Demotic Character, fol.£1.786d 1868

COINS.
Nummi Veteres in Museo R. P. Knight ab ipso descripti, 4to.

£1. 158
Catalogue of the Anglo-Gallic Coins, by E. Hawkins, 4to. £1.48 1826
CATALOGUE of the GREEK COINS ITALY, Svo, many hundred
woodcuts, cloth, £1. 58

1873
“ This volume contains a Catalogue of the Coins of Ancient Italy in the British
Museum, arranged according to the system of Eckhel.

“The metal of each coin is stated, and its size in inches and tenths. The weight
is given in English grains of all gold and silver coins and of all copper coins of

1830

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