The Cooper Screens

Compiled by Hugh C. MacDougall, Secretary/Treasurer, James Fenimore Cooper Society

Cooperstown, August 1996.

Copyright © 1996 by James Fenimore Cooper Society.

Originally published in James Fenimore Cooper Society Miscellaneous Papers No. 8, September 1996.

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This is an inventory of pictures, letters, invitations, cards, and other items mounted on two room divider screens, prepared by James Fenimore Cooper (1789-1851) and his family, primarily as a reminder of their seven years’ sojourn in Europe (1826-1833).

The family party included:

  • his wife, Susan Augusta DeLancey Cooper (1792-1852);
  • his four daughters:
    • Susan Augusta Fenimore Cooper (1813-1894);
    • Caroline Martha Cooper (1815-1892);
    • Charlotte Fenimore Cooper (1817-1885);
    • Maria Frances Fenimore Cooper (1819-1898);
  • his son, Paul Fenimore Cooper (1824-1895);
  • his nephew, William Yeardley Cooper (1809-1831), son of Cooper’s older brother William.

The nephew had been brought along as a secretary to transcribe and correct Cooper’s manuscripts; he died in Paris.

The family headquarters was in Paris, but the Coopers spent over a year living and travelling in Italy, as well as two summers in Switzerland. Accompanied by various family members, Cooper made business trips and tourist excursions to England, Germany, Belgium, and Holland. The family returned to New York City at the end of 1833. Cooper then bought back and remodelled Otsego Hall in Cooperstown, built by his father William Cooper in 1798. In May 1836 the family moved back to Cooperstown for good.

The Coopers brought home many commercial prints of European buildings, scenery, and costumes, bought in Paris and London, often in sets. On their way home from Paris in 1833, the family stopped over in London for five weeks to await their sailing ship across the Atlantic (Cooper also had to proofread a new English edition of his early novels). Like many travellers about to return home, they suddenly realized that this was their last chance for souvenirs, and seem to have rushed out to buy pictures whether or not they were of places they had actually seen.

Shortly after the Coopers’ return to America, whether before or after they moved to Cooperstown we do not know, James Fenimore Cooper acquired two room divider screens on which to display mementos of the family’s European sojourn. Each screen consisted of five hinged sections, measuring 78 by 19 inches, divided into three panels. Made very simply of pine strips, painted black, they are covered with a coarse cloth on which the family memories are mounted. Reminders of Europe were supplemented with prints from American periodicals and giftbooks.

As described by Cooper’s great-nephew George Pomeroy Keese:

“A large folding screen occupied one corner of the room [the library at Otsego Hall], upon which were pasted a collection of engravings representing scenes known to the family during their tour and residence in Europe; and also containing a number of notes and autographs from persons of distinction, mostly French. A similar screen was in the hall.”

Not all the pictures bought in Europe by the Coopers ended up on the screens. There survive examples from several series of prints, of England and Russia, that were evidently considered too large to display on these screens.

The Italian Screen

On each panel of the first screen, now known as the Italian Screen, James Fenimore Cooper mounted large prints, acquired in Paris, of places in Italy he had visited and particularly liked. The end sections of this screen (far left and far right) have been lost, but of the nine prints that remain, six are of the Sorrento Peninsula outside Naples where the Coopers lived from August-November 1829, and the remaining three are from Rome, where the family spent the following winter. The prints are from two series, published in Paris — legends on several of them are dated 1828. Home-made yellow paper mats frame each print in a shield-shaped opening. At some time several dozen other prints were pasted, more or less at random, around the margins over the yellow mats. There is no direct Cooper attribution, but the screen is physically identical with the Memento Screen (see below), and several series of prints can be found on both. The screen is backed with several layers of wallpaper.

Cooper’s Love for Italy: For James Fenimore Cooper, as to many other artists and travellers, the scenery of Italy held a special charm that remained with him for the rest of his life. After his sojourn there from October 1828 to May 1830, he described his feelings in a number of letters: “Italy ... haunts my dreams and clings to my ribs like another wife” (1833); “Italy! The very name excites a glow in me, for it is the only region of the earth that I truly love” (1836); “My heart is in Italy, and has been ever since I left it. ... I wish I could die in Italy” (1838).

In Italy, it was Cooper’s three month sojourn in Sorrento, overlooking the Bay of Naples, that meant the most to him. The family had rented the huge “Casa Tasso” overlooking the Bay, which was reputed to have been the birthplace of the Italian poet Torquato Tasso (1544-1595). On its terrace Cooper wrote most of The Water Witch (1830), in which a character reminisces fondly: “No spot has yet presented, in a single view, so pleasant a combination of natural objects, mingled with mighty reflections, as that lovely abode on the Sorrentine cliffs. ... Though many years are gone ... I can recall the beauties of that scene as vividly as if they still stood before the eye. Our abode was on the verge of the cliffs. In front lay the deep-blue water, and on its further shore was a line of objects such as accident or design rarely assembles in one view. ... ” When he was not writing, Cooper and his wife and children explored, by boat and donkey, all the many villages and sights of the Sorrento Peninsula. When, in 1838, he turned his Italian experiences into a travel book, he wrote of the the Bay and the Peninsula:

“These elements of beauty might have been assembled elsewhere, though scarcely in such numbers and in so much perfection; ... besides the vessels, their varieties, the boats, the unison of sublime land and glorious water, there was also a coast teeming with places over which history, from remote antiquity, had thrown its recollections and its charms. That bewitching and almost indescribable softness. ... , a blending of all the parts in one harmonious whole, a mellowing of everything unseemly or out of keeping, threw around the picture a seductive ideal, that, blended with the known reality in a way I have never before witnessed, nor expect to witness again.”

From Sorrento, the family moved on to Rome for the winter, where Cooper explored the city and the surrounding countryside on horseback.

Provenance: During Cooper’s lifetime, the Italian Screen was kept in the central hall of Otsego Hall, where it could be admired by visitors. Following Cooper’s death and the sale of Otsego Hall in 1852, the screen disappeared; its two end sections were removed, probably damaged beyond repair. It seems most probable that it was given in 1852 to Theodore Keese, a nephew-in-law of the author who lived at Edgewater (built by Isaac Cooper in 1813), about a block from Otsego Hall. Theodore’s son, George Pomeroy Keese, presumably gave it to his own daughter Anne Treadway Staats when she moved in 1882 to a newly-renovated house on Lake Street across from Edgewater. A 1939 inventory of the house contents includes a “screen” in a third-floor storeroom. Waldo T. Ellsworth, who bought the house in 1940, suspected that the screen might have a Cooper connection; he stored it along a wall in a downstairs workroom, carefully shielded by other objects. There it was found in 1992 by Hugh C. MacDougall of the James Fenimore Cooper Society, following the death of his mother-in-law. When he identified its origin, the screen was donated to the New York State Historical Association by the Ellsworth children, Robert and Paul Ellsworth and Eleanore Ellsworth MacDougall.

The Memento Screen

The second screen, now called the Memento Screen, has retained all its original five sections. According to family tradition, the Memento Screen was prepared by James Fenimore Cooper’s children. It is crammed with prints, letters, notes, invitations, calling cards, and other mementos of the Coopers’ European sojourn, as well as a miscellany of American prints of the 1830s. Although some of the larger prints have been centered, most of the objects on this screen seem mounted at random, entirely filling the available space. There has been no effort to frame or mat them; used as backing were some European maps, published in Weimar, Germany in 1830. It seems probable that the Memento Screen began as the children’s imitation of their father’s project; they started with a few left over Italian scenery prints, but quickly went on to mount all kinds of mementos the family had brought home with them, as well as various prints available in Cooperstown. The screen was deemed complete only when there was no more room on it, and even then the children — perhaps to their father’s annoyance — expanded onto the margins of the Italian Screen he had prepared. Long afterwards, indeed, someone added a few Confederate postage stamps!

The reverse side was used, perhaps at a later date, to mount a set of hand-colored prints of picturesque European peasants, and for some treasured family letters and documents, framed in orange and black:

  • two letters and an invitation from George Washington to William Cooper;
  • a letter to William Cooper from John Jay;
  • two letters to James Fenimore Cooper from the Marquis de Lafayette, and a draft Lafayette speech with Cooper’s corrections;
  • notes from Sir Walter Scott and Edgar Allan Poe; and
  • 11-year old James Cooper’s own first surviving letter.

This screen, according to George Pomeroy Keese, was kept in Cooper’s library at Otsego Hall, and it remained in the Cooper family until it was donated to the New York State Historical Association by Dr. Henry S.F. Cooper in 1977.


I wish to thank all those at the New York State Historical Association who helped make this inventory possible: to President Kent Barwick and Museums Director Dr. Gilbert Vincent for authorizing publication of the screen documents; to Curator C.R. Jones, for conserving and restoring the screens and preparing them for exhibition, and for giving me access to examine and transcribe them; and to Paul D’Ambrosio of preparing their exhibition in Fenimore House. My thanks also to Henry S.F. Cooper, Jr., for his encouragement of this project.

The Cooper Screens are displayed in the Cooper Room of the Fenimore House Museum of the New York State Historical Association, on Lake Road in Cooperstown, New York. The Museum is open to the public from April through December.

References to Cooper’s Writings

  • LJ — James Franklin Beard, Ed., Letters and Journals of James Fenimore Cooper 6 vols. (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1960-68
  • Corr — James Fenimore Cooper [grandson], Ed., Correspondence of James Fenimore Cooper 2 vols. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1922)
  • England — James Fenimore Cooper, Gleanings in Europe: England (1837) (Albany: State University of New York [SUNY] Press, 1982)
  • France — James Fenimore Cooper, Gleanings in Europe (1837) (Gleanings in Europe: FranceAlbany: SUNY Press, 1983)
  • Italy — James Fenimore Cooper, Gleanings in Europe: Italy (1838) (Albany: SUNY Press, 1981)
  • Rhine — James Fenimore Cooper, Sketches of Switzerland, Part Second (1836) (Gleanings in Europe: The Rhine. Albany: SUNY Press, 1986)
  • Switzerland — James Fenimore Cooper, Sketches of Switzerland (1836) (Gleanings in Europe: Switzerland. Albany: SUNY Press, 1980)

Text Legends

  • / = new line
  • | = two texts on same line, but at left and right margins respectively
  • strikethrough = deleted
  • < > = inserted
  • italics, = hand written [pencil/ink]
  • Dimensions: in inches (approximate). Many blank margins are clipped, and are therefore generally not included.
  • ------. = covered or unreadable
  • { } = legend covered by adjoining item; transcribed during renovation
  • [ ] = undeciphered
  • [??] = possible readings

Location of Documents

  • Screens: M = Memento Screen; I = Italian Screen
  • Sections: Far Left (FL); Left (L), Center (C); Right (R); Far Right (FR)
  • Panels: Top (T); Middle (M); Bottom (B)
  • Reverse side (as seen from front) = Rev

Texts of Documents on the Cooper Screens

Letters and Notes

America — before 1826

  • COOPER, James (1789-1851) “Coopers town\March 3d 1800\Dear Papa\I take this opportunity to write you\as Isaac is a going directly to\ Philadelphia. We have got 6 lambs one\has died and another is most dead. Mr.\Macdonnal’d is a going to leave us for\Albany. Mama will not let Samuel go with Isaac though he wished to very much. I\go to school to Mr. Cory where I write\and Cypher. Mr. Macdonol’d has had a new\student from New York who encamped in Mr\Kents barn and laid 3 days there without\being found out and had his feet frozen.\We are all well. I hope I shall have the\pleasure of receiving a letter from you\soon as this letter reaches you — \Your\ affectionate\son\James K Cooper\18 century 1800 (8 x 9) M-CT-Rev
  • JAY, John (1745-1829) (see LJ IV-365) “Bedford 19 July 1806\Dear Sir,\I had a few days since the pleasure of receiving your\friendly letter of the 26ᵗʰ of last month. The affecting manner\in which you mention the death of poor Banyer, and the interest you\take in the consequences of it to his widow and child, cannot fail to be\very grateful to her, and to all who participate or sympathize in\ her afflictions — this distressed father preferred returning to\Albany, to remaining with his son in law at New York, it is an\agreeable circumstance that Maria’s returning with him corresponds\with your advice — she thought it her duty to do her best endeavours\to promote the comfort of his declining years./      I understand that she has administered, and I think it probable\ from certain affairs relative to the agency for M r Clark, which I\ supposed would urge it. Whether any and what Difficulties may\be expected in the course of this administration, I have not the means\of judging. Should any occur it will give her consolation to\reflect that your assistance and that of your son, will be\readily and cordially afforded. Such markes of friendship from you\ and him, make strong impressions on\ Dear Sir\your most ob t serv t\John Jay\William Cooper Esq r” (9¼ x 7½) M-CB-Rev Note: The letter refers to Goldsborough Banyer (1775-1806) and his widow Maria Jay Banyer (1782-1856), who was John Jay’s daughter.
  • WASHINGTON, George (1732-1799) “Sir\The lands which\I hold on, or near the Mo\hawk river, are in Partner\ship with M r Clinton (late\ Gov r of New York) who has\had, + continues still to\have (by a Power of Attor\ney) the disposal of them.\      It is not in my pow\er to inform you at what\price he has lately sold\ any — but of this you can\easily be informed by a\line to that Gentleman. — \ — Or if you desire it, I\ will write to him myself\on the subject. — \I am Y r Obed t Ser t\G. Washington\Saturday\20 th Feb. y\1796” (4¼ x 7) M-CT-Rev “Mt. Vernon 5 th May 1799\Sir,\I have been duly favoured\with our letter dated the 22 d of May (April,\I presume was intended) and, as in all\ applications of a similar nature, I have\forwarded to the Department of War\for the consideration of the President,\to whom alone nominations and appoint-\ments belong.\I am Sir\ Y r most Obedt Servant\G. Washington\ William Cooper Esq r” (9½ x 11) M-RM-Rev

Europe — England

  • HOLLAND, Lord, 3ʳᵈ Baron (1773-1840) (cf. LJ I-254; see England 55-59 for description of a dinner at Holland House) “Dear Sir\Will you do us the\favor of dining here in the\Nutshell either on Tuesday\or Wednesday next at 7 o’clock\I hope that M rs Cooper is recovered\from her indisposition.\Yrs with regard\E.V. Holland\Saturday (4 x 4¼) M-LM
  • LYTTON-BULWER, Henry “My dear Sir.\I shall have great pleasure\in dining with you to-day + should\[ ] have sent you an answer\but that my servant was stupid enough\not to find you yesterday, which makes\[ ] to another letter\I have the honor\to be, my dear Sir,\Yours very truly,\Henry Lytton-Bulwer” (5 x 4½) M-FLM
  • MACKINTOSH, Sir James (1765-1832) (see LJ I-254, 372; see England 50-51, and esp. 179) “Clayes S t Wed n — [½ past ??]\My Dear Sir\As Mr Rogers is confined\it has occurred to me as possible that\ you might wish to go to Devon-\shire House with some one whom\you------If you are not better provid-\ed I shall be pleased + proud\to introduce you. You will find\me here till ten\Yrs very truly\J. Mackintosh” (4½ x 3 3/8) M-CT
  • NORMANBY, Lord (see LJ I-346; Italy 24) “St. James Place\Wednesday\My Dear Sir,\Should you be disengaged\ Monday week (the 24ᵗʰ), I wish you would\give me the pleasure of your\ Company at dinner on that\day when you would meet\two or three of my Friends who\who are anxious to make your\acquaintance.\Yrs very truly\ Normanby” (5½ x 4½) M-FLT
  • ROGERS, Samuel (1763-1855) (see LJ II-182; England 159-165) “Pray how do you feel as to our\ excursion to Greenwich to-day?\We are ready to venture, if\you & M rs Cooper are, tho’\the sky is not the brightest,\& perhaps, if you can spare\another day, we might set\off with better omens,\Ever yours, very truly\Sam l Rogers” (3½ x 3½) M-FLT
  • SCOTT, Sir Walter (1771-1832) (see Corr I-143; LJ I-169; cf. England 118-120) My dear sir,\I have just met a gentleman\of the household who tells me I am\commanded to attend His Majesty\on Sunday. Alas this compliance\with the requisites of this Country obliges\me to break off other engagements.      It would be very ungrateful of\me to be thankless for the attention\of my Sovereign but I truly wish his\ commands had come for another\day as they break the pleasure of\going to Hampton Court with Mr.\Rogers and you.\Sincerely,\9 th May\W. Scott” (4½ x 5) M-CT-Rev Note: the year must have been 1828.
  • VANDELEND, N. (?) “My Dear Sir\Will you give me the\ pleasure of your company at\dinner next Saturday 30 th\at 6 o’clock\ faithfully y rs\N. Vandelend [??]” (2 3/4 x 4 3/7) M-FRT

Europe — France

  • BROWNE, John (?) “My dear Cooper.\I have just received the\enclosed, + I have great [pleasure?]\in asking from you any [courtesy?]\that you can show to a gentleman\who appears to me eminently\deserving + who desires an asylum\ in your fatherland.\[ ]\John Browne [??] (4½ x 4¼) M-FLB
  • LAFAYETTE, Marquis de (1757-1834) Clean draft of speech with handwritten corrections, apparently by Cooper. (probably speech given on Dec. 8, 1830 — see LJ II-5) “Dear friends and fellow-citizens.\ While I rise to acknowledge my obligations to your\kind invitation, to the gratifying toast, and to the\ manner in which it has been introduced by our illustrious\ Chairman, and welcomed by this numerous meeting, I\find it difficult to describe the sentiments which are\ crowding upon my heart. <in which> Here are mingled together the\ devotion of an old soldier American soldier and patriot,\the sympathies of a republican, the feelings of home\and the happy, the grateful, the glorious, and also the\mourn ing<ful> remembrance of a series of fifty four years\during which I have been for the people of the\United States an object of incessant affection, of confidence\and numberless favours. During the vicissitudes of\ my<a> long life, to which you<r chairman> so kindly alluded, my eyes\have been fixed on the United States, as my polar star,\and in every trying act of mine my first idea has been\What will the American people think of it? Indeed,\Gentlemen, I am happy to say that predominant wish\has been gratefully gratified. More than forty years\ago, when I had, the first in Europe, to proclaim the\rights of man, a declaration of American gro<w>th, I was\congratulated by our great Washington, by the American\sages, and <the> heroes of our time; when a victim to injustice\and persecution, the American approbation and sympathy\followed me into the Coalitionary Dungeons <of the Coalition> and while\on my last visit, where during fifteen months, every\ day, every hour has been <was> marked by a continued\series of popular favor, it has been a proud moment\for me, when in presence of the two houses of Congress\ it was declared to me <voted> from the representative chair\that in every instance, on this side of the Atlantic\I had proved myself a genuine disciple of the American\School, a <not un>worthy adopted son of Washington. And, now\Gentlemen, that we have indicated and exercised <in France> the\American principle of the Sovereignty of the people\I receive from the United States, and, in this meeting,\from you, Gentlemen, testimonies of your approbation,\ for me <in my own behalf and that of> for my friends of <the> Barricades, for <and of> the National\Guard of France ,<. While> I cannot but agree to what has been\observed by my friend our honourable Chairman, <in his remarks on this [ ] event> upon\ the approbation of institutions to the actual state of\circumstances, but shall, at the same time, propose\the following toast.\      To The American people, the first born and most\highly gifted sons of Independence and freedom. May\they for ever enjoy the blessings of federal union and of\self government!” (17 x 7) M-LM-Rev Letter “My dear Sir\You have already in your admirable publication noticed the errors of\foreign travellers with respect to the United States, it belongs to you, in\vindication of Republican Institutions to correct certain allusions published\in the inclosed Britannic Review. Beside our common American interest in this\ matter, I am anxious to undeceive those of my French colleagues who might\with a safe conscience, oppose reduction in the ensuying [?] Budget under the\mistaken idea that taxation in this country falls short of the expences of\federal and state government in the United States. Time fails me for a\minute investigation altho’ at first sight I have been struck with mistakes\easier to be found out than the fine Country Seat allowed to the president.\I take the liberty to put the task in better hands and am\Your affectionate friend\Lafayette\Paris, November 22 d 1831\M r Cooper” (7 x 6) M-CT-Rev Letter “My dear Sir\I don’t remember the next day and hour\of the appointment at your house. Be pleased to let me know it.\There is a young very advantageously looking Frenchman, not\a Pole by birth but a German who has most zealously served on\on [sic] an expedition from Hamburgh to Lithuania. He is recommended\by a very Honorable [ ] from the liberal committee who will be\obliged to us if we give him the means to return home. It seems three\hundred francs would do the business. To us he says he can find part\of the money among some patriotic friends. What do you say to our\advancing sixty francs or eighty to him? It will I think be conformence\to the spirit of our Constitution. He will call to morrow morning.\If you approve of it I will give him a not on Mr. Welles as he\wishes to set off to morrow and he must know to whom he is\under obligation for it. Should our friends think it inconsistent with\the object of the Pole Commitee, I will make myself the banker\as the sum is so very small.\Most truly and affectionately\Your friend\Lafayette\ April 22 d” (7 x 5 3/4) M-CB-Rev
  • MARBOIS, François Barbé de (1745-1837) (see LJ II-133; cf. France 185, 220) “Monsieur, Je suis app — [covered]\ Jeudi, 9, une fonction qui m’éloignera\ de Paris: Je ne pourrai ce même jour\ avoir l’avantage de votre présence au diner\au quel j’avais eu l’honneur de vous inviter\Je vous prie de m’en dédommager en\me faisant cet honneur Jeudi, 16 et\d’agréer mes excuses et mes regrets.\Marbois” (4 x 4¼) M-FLB
  • PAÇ, Count Louis (1780-1835) (see LJ II-364 “Le C te Pac présente ses civilités à\ Monsieur et Madame Cooper et regrette\vivement de ne pouvoir se rendre à\leur invitation à Cause de la reunion\des Membres de la Société des Secour\d’Instruction qui a lieu lundi le 6 du\Courant, à 7 heures, dans un logement.\      Il prie Monsieur et Madame Cooper\ d’agréer l’expression des sentiments très\distingués.“(3½ x 3 3/4) M-LM
  • VILLIERS, George (Earl of Clarendon, 1800-1870??) “My dear Sir,\I dine with Duverpier [?]\d’[ ] on Friday, I am sorry\ to say for it w ld have been a great\ pleasure to me to accept your kind\ invitation for that day.\Yrs very faithfully\George Villiers\Rue F bg S t Honore No 35\Wed.” (4¼ x 4½) M-FRB
  • UNIDENTIFIED “My dear friend,\At last I have found thee!\Naughty! not to send me\the address.\Pray come tous [ ] que vous etes [?]\to my house demain.\ The General Lafayette has\promised to come.\[ ]” (5 x 4 3/4) M-FLM

Europe — Italy

  • CONTI, Mr. “Mr Conti prie M r Fenimore Cooper\de vouloir accepter des remerciements pour\la bonte qu’il a eu de lui envoyer\son ouvrage, qui ne peut qu’etre tres inte\ressant sous touts les rapports, et il [tache ?]\ele [?] le remetisse en exercise d’une\Langue qu’il est faché d’avoir negligée.\Il espere de pouvoir un jour remercier\ de vive vocé Mr Cooper, ou ici, ou dans\l’autre Monde. “Si M r Cooper voudrait\quelque Commission il lui promesse\au l’executant avec exactitude [ ]\la reconnaissance de sa consideration\ tres distinguee\Pian di Ripoli, 31 juillet 1829” (6 x 4¼) M-CB

America — after 1834

  • HARE, Dr. Robert (1781-1858) (?) (see LJ IV-51) “I am yours\Thursdy|Sincerely\Dec 4ᵗʰ|Robert Hare [?]\Fenimore Cooper“(2¼ x 3 3/4) M-RB Note: 1834 in New York or 1845 in Philadelphia
  • POE, Edgar Allen (1809-1849) (see Corr I-356) “Richmond\June 27, 1836\D r Sir\At the request of Mr. T.W. White, I take the liberty\of addressing you, and of soliciting some little contribution to our\“Southern Literary Messenger.” I am aware that you are conti-\-nually pestered with such applications, and am ready to believe\ that I have very little hope chance of success in the attempt to en-\-gage you in our interests. Yet I owe it to the Magazine to\make the effort.\      One reason will, I think, have its influence\with you. Our publication is the first literary attempt of\Virginia and has been for eighteen months forcing its\way, unaided, and against a host of difficulties into\the public attention. We wish, if possible, to strike a bold\stroke which may establish us on a securer footing than\we now possess, and design to issue, as soon as possible,\a number of the Journal consisting altogether of articles\from distinguished Americans, whose names may\give weight and character to the work. To aid us\in that attempt would cost you no effort, as any spare\scrap in your port-folio would answer our main purpose\ — and to us your aid would be invaluable.\With the highest respect\ Y r Ob S t\Edgar A. Poe\James Fenimore Cooper Esqr” (9 x 7) M-CB-Rev

Invitations and Announcements

America — before 1826

  • WASHINGTON, George (1732-1799) (back) “Mr Cooper“(front) “The President UStates request the\pleasure of Mr. Cooper’s company\ to Dine to-day at three o’Clock\ Saturday 26. Nov.” (9½ x 11) M-RM-Rev Note: the day and date identify the year as 1796

Europe — England

  • LANSDOWNE, Henry, Marquess of Lansdowne, (see LJ III-243; England 216, 219) “Lord & Lady Lansdowne\request the honor of\ Mr. Cooper’s\company at dinner on Monday\the 28ᵗʰ of April at 7 o’Clock\The favor of an Answer is desired.“(4½ x 3) M-FLT Note: the day and date identify the year as 1828
  • PHILIPS, Sir George (1766-1847) and Lady Philips (see LJ II-28 n.9; England 116) “Sir George & Lady Philips\request the Honor of\ M r Cooper’s \Company at Dinner on Thursday\The 29ᵗʰ of May at seven o’Clock\The favor of an Answer is desired.\111, Mount Street” (2 x 4) M-FLT ” M r + M rs Fenimore Cooper \Lady Philips\ at Home\ Friday, April 25\111, Mount Street, Grosvenor Square” (2½ x 3½) M-LM Note: the days and dates identify the year as 1828 for both items.

Europe — France

  • BERNARD, Lieutenant General Baron Simon (see LJ II-173, 192, 195, 199, 237, 249, 342) “M le Baron Bernard, Lieutenant Général, Aide\de Camp du Roi, Commandeur de la Légion d’honneur, et\M me la Baronne Bernard ont l’honneur de vous faire\part du mariage de Mademoiselle Pauline Bernard\leur fille, avec Monsieur Jules Verney de Saint-Georges,\ attaché à la légation française aux Etats-Unis d’Amérique” (3 3/4 x 6½) M-LT
  • BORGHESE, Prince Camille (see Italy 26, 226, 229) “Monsieur le Prince de [ ] Princesse\Aldobrandini, Messieurs Marc-An[ ] Camille\Scipion Borghése Aldobrandini, Monsieur le Vicomte\et Madame la Vicomtesse de Mortemarl ont l’honneur\de vous faire part de la perte douloureuse qu’ils viennent\de faire en la personne de S.E. le Prince Camille\Borghése decédé dans son palace à Florence, le 9 Mai\ 1832.\ Paris, le 15 Mai 1832” (5 x 6) M-FRB
  • DAVID D’ANGERS, Pierre Jean (1789-1856) (see LJ II-52) “J’ai l’honneur d’annoncer à [ ]\et à Madame Cooper l’[ ]\délivrance de ma femme, qui vient\d’accoucher d’un garçon.\David” (4 x 5) M-FLM “Madame V ve Larevellière Lépeaux, a l’honneur\de vous faire part du mariage de Mademoiselle Emilie\ Maillocheau, sa petite fille, avec Monsieur David,\Statuaire, Membre de l’Institut, Professeur à l’Ecole des Beaux-Arts” (2½ x 6½) M-CT “Monsieur David, Statuaire, Membre de\ l’Institut, Professeur à l’Ecole des Beaux-Arts a\l’honneur de vous faire part de son mariage avec\Mademoiselle Emilie Maillocheau” (6 3/5 x 2) M-RM
  • GALITZIN, Princess (1770-1828) (see LJ I-187; France 149, 157, 224) “La Princesse de Galitzin née Contesse de Schouvaloff\ Prier [?] Mr et Mme\ Cooper nous passer [?]. On back of card: {illegible} [ink]” (1½ x 3) M-RM
  • GARNETT, Julia (see LJ II-9, 76) “Madame Garnett à l’honneur de vous faire part\du mariage de Mademoiselle Julia Garnett sa fille, avec\Monsieur G.H.T. Periz [??]” (1½ x 6¼) M-RT
  • MAILLOCHEAU, Mlle. Emilie (see DAVID D’ANGERS, Pierre Jean)
  • MARBOIS, François Barbé de (1745-1837) (see LJ II-233; cf. France 185, 220) “M. de Marbois prie\M onsieur Cooper\de lui faire l’honneur de venir diner\ chez lui jeudi p. are [??] 21 Avril6 heures précises” (2 3/8 x 3¼) M-LM Note: the day and date identify the year as 1833
  • MIRBEL, Mme. Lizinska Aimée Zoé Rue de (1796-1849) (see LJ I-211; France 221-222) “Monsieur & Madame de Mirbel\prient Monsieur Fenny More Cooper\de leur faire l’honneur de venir passer la\ Soirée chez eux, le lundi 20 avril\ 1827.” (2 x 4¼) M-LT
  • ROYAL PALACE “Palais-Royal, le 25 Janvier 1831\ L’Aide de Camp de service près du\ Roi; M me la M ise de Dolomieu, Dame\ d’honneur de la Reine, ont l’honneur de\prévenir M r Cooper\qu’ il est invité au Bal qui aura lieu\au Palais-Royal, le Lundi, 31 du courant,\à 8 heures et demie.\Les hommes seront en uniforme.\Ce Billet devra être remis à l’huissier de service.” (6¼ x 3 3/4) M-FLT “ENTRÉE\AU BAL EN COSTUME\du 10 Février\PALAIS DE FRANCE\M me Cooper [ink]“(2 x 3½ fancy border) M-FRT

Europe — Italy

  • BURGHERSH, Lady (wife of John Fane, Lord Burghersh, British Minister to Tuscany 1814-1830) (see LJ I-360; Italy 24) “Lady Burghersh prie\ Mad elle Cooper \ de vouloir bien venir au Bal chez Elle\Lundi 23 Fevrier en Masque ou en Costume\et de remettre ce Billet à la porte\ P. [??] B.“ (4 3/4 x 2 3/4) M-CT Note: the day and date identify the year as 1829
  • TORTONIA, Duchess of “La Duchesse Tortonia\prega il Sig la Siga Fenmore\Cooper e les Sigly [??]\ di farle honore di passare la sera di Martedi 25\ Genedi 15\ Febbruji ale ore otto en sua casa\Roma li 18 Gen 18 30\ 50 via Ripetta“ (3½ x 5) M-LM

Calling Cards

Europe — England

  • CARNARTHEN, Marchioness of “Marchioness of Carnarthen\ The London Hotel [ink]\ Albermarle St [ink]” (2¼ x 3¼ — blue stock) M-CT
  • HAWKER, Capt. Edward (1782-1860) (see LJ II-305) “Captain Hawker\R.N.” (1¼ x 3) M-FRM
  • LANSDOWNE, Henry, Marquess of (see LJ III-243; England 216, 219) “Marquis of Lansdowne.” (1½ x 3) M-FRM
  • LYTTON-BULWER, Henry “M r H. Lytton-Bulwer” (1 3/4 x 3) M-LT
  • MACKINTOSH, Sir James (see LJ I-254, III-312; England 50-51, and esp. 179) “Sir James Mackintosh\ 45 Clayes Street“ (1 5/8 x 2¼) M-FRT
  • SOTHEBY, Mrs. William (see LJ I-261; cf. England 124) “M rs Sotheby\Miss Sotheby’s\13, Lower Grosvenor Street” (2 3/8 x 3½) M-LB

Europe — France

  • D’ACETO, Chevalier “Le Chev r d’Aceto\Rue du Fbg St Honoré, No 46.” (1½ x 3) M-FRT
  • ALEXANDER, Misses “M elles Alexander\ Rue du Regard, No 9 [ink]” (2¼ x 3¼) M-LM
  • BARNET, Isaac Cox (c. 1833) (see LJ I-224)”Mr Barnet\Consul des Etats Unis d’Amérique\14 Rue Matignon, Faub g S t H ré” (1 3/4 x 3¼) M-LM
  • BEGIBONI, P. (?) ” P. Begiboni [??] [ink]\P [?] Chapelain\ Rue Poissonière Nº 21\ Rue ------. chanti, No 8 [ink]” (1 5/8 x 3) M-FLB
  • BELTRAMI, J.C. “J.C. Beltrami\Place de l’Estrapade, Nº 24” (1 3/8 x 2 3/4) M-FLM
  • BERNARD, Lieutenant-General Baron Simon (see LJ II-188) “Lieut. G al B on Bernard\Aide de Camp du Roi” (1¼ x 3) M-LT
  • BONSTETTEN, Baroness “Madme la Baronne de Bonstetten\ et Mademoiselle [ink]\ Hotel Meurice\[new address in ink — illegible]” (1 3/4 x 3 - green) M-CM
  • BOWRING, Dr. John (1792-1872) (see LJ I-257) “M. BOWRING\Hotel Sinet, rue du------” (1½ x 2½) M-FLM “Bowring” (3/4 x 2 3/4) M-CT
  • CALDWELL, Mrs. (see Corr I-291) “M rs Caldwell\ 4 Place Vendôme [ink]\ 3 Audley Square” (2½ x 2½) M-FRT
  • CARREL, Armand (1800-1836) (see LJ II-189) “ARMAND CARREL” (1½ x 3) M-CT
  • CHODZKO, Léonard (1800-1871) (see LJ (III-50) “Leonard Chodzko.” (7/8 x 2 7/8) M-RT
  • CLAEROT, August & PURAY, LucienAugust Claerot [?]\ et [ink]\Lucien Puray\Elève de l’Ecole Polytechnique” (1½ x 3) M-FLT
  • DAVID D’ANGERS, Pierre Jean (1789-1856) (see LJ II-52) “P.J. DAVID D’ANGERS” (3/4 x 3) M-FLT “P.J. DAVID D’ANGERS” (1 x 2¼) M-FLM
  • DUBOYS, Emile “M r et M me Emile Duboys.” (3/4 x 3) M-CM
  • EISENBOURG, Miss ------ vonFraulein\ ------------ von Eisenbourg [??]\ p.g.v. [??] [ink]” (3 x 1 3/4 - blue, fancy border) M-LM
  • FÉRUSSAR, Baron “Le Baron du Férussar\Lieutenant-Colonel de l’Etat-Major” (1½ x 3) M-FLT
  • FLOREY, Miss MatildeMademoiselle\ Matilde Florey\ p.g.v. [??] [ink]” (3 x 1 3/4 - blue, fancy border) M-LM
  • FRYE, Major William Edward (see LJ V-196-197) “W.E. Frye\Rue de la Ferme des Mathurins” (1½ x 3) M-LB
  • HAY, Lord James, and Lady Hay (see Corr I-291) “Lord James Hay” (1¼ x 3) M-FRT “Lady James Hay” (1½ x 2 3/4) M-FRM
  • NEUVILLE, Jean Guillaume Hyde de, (1776-1857) (see LJ I-248) “M me la B ne Hyde de Neuville,\Comtesse de Bemposta” (1½ x 3¼) M-RT “G. [?] Hyde de Neuville\C te de Bemposta” (1 x 3) M-RM “Le Comte P. Hyde Neuville\Rue du Faub’g du Route, Nº 73.” (1½ x 3) M-FRT
  • LAFAYETTE, Marquis de (1757-1834) (see LJ I-153) “Le G al Lafayette” (1½ x 2 3/4) M-RM
  • LAFAYETTE, Mme. George (see LJ I-184, III-50) “M me George Lafayette” (1 5/8 x 2 7/8) M-FLM
  • LELEWEL, Joachim (see LJ IV-13) “Joachim Lelewel” (1 x 3¼) M-CB
  • LUSCOMBE, Bishop Matthew Henry Thornhill (1776?-1846) (see LJ I-405) “Right Reverend\Bishop Luscombe\ With thanks [ink]\Beaujon, Champs Elysées” (2 x 3 - heavy black border) M-CT “Right Reverend\Bishop Luscombe\Place Vendome, No 23” (1 3/4 x 3) M-FRT
  • LYON, F. Alph de “F. Alph de Lyon\Rue de la Chaussée d’antin, 20” (1¼ x 3) M-FRT
  • MacLOUCHLIN, Dr. “DR. MACLOUGHLIN.\Rue de la Paix Nº 8” (1 3/4 x 3 1/8) M-CM
  • MORIER, Mr. “M r Morier\Consul Général d’Angleterre\ 4, rue des Champs Elysées” (1 3/4 x 2½) M-LM
  • MURRAY, Lady Virginia & the Misses DREW (see France 223, 291n) ” M rs Cooper [ink]\Lady Virginia Murray\ Miss Drew do.\Miss G. Drew do.\ Pavillon d’Orsay, Avenue de la Neuilly” (2¼ x 3 3/4) M-LB
  • PAÇ, Count Louis (1780-1835) (see LJ II-364) “Le G en Compte Pac\ avec M me Louise Pac [ink]\Rue Godot de Mauroy, No 26” (1½ x 3) M-LT
  • PELLEN, Capt. Fleetwood “Captain & Mrs. Fleetwood Pellen\ 5, rue du 25 juillet [ink]” (1 3/8 x 2 3/4) M-LM
  • PLAISAINCE, Anne Charles Lebrun, Duke of (1775-1859) (see LJ II-233; France 220, 291n.) “Le Duc de Plaisance\Pair de France\ Place de la Madelaine, Nº 1” (1 3/4 x 3¼) M-FLT
  • POUSSIN, Major “Le Major Poussin” (1½ x 3) M-FLT
  • SOKOLNICHA, CountessM me la C esse Sokolnicha \ p.t. la R.A.\ Rue Neuve des Petits Champs\ Hôtel Vendome“ [ink] (1½ x 3) M-FRT
  • SOMERVILLE, Mrs. William (Mary) (1780-1872) (see LJ II-182) ” Mrs Somerville\ rue de la ferme 25 [ink]” (1 1/8 x 2 3/4) M-LM
  • SPENCER, William Robert (1769-1834) (see LJ II-182; cf. England 24) “M r W. R. Spencer\ Hotel Windsor [ink]\ 30 Rue Rivoli [ink]” (1 3/4 x 3) M-RB
  • STAPFER, Albert “Albert Stapfer\Rue des Jeuneurs, No 4.” (1½ x 1 7/8) M-LM
  • TANSKI, Capt. J. (see LJ VI-91) “Tanski” (1½ x 2) M-FLT “Capitaine Tanski” (1 1/8 x 1½) M-FLM
  • VANDELEUR, Lt-Gen. Sir John Ormsby (1763-1849) (see LJ II-364; France 110, 284n) “Sir John Ormsby Vandeleur\Lieut t Général au Service de S.M. Britannique\67, rue de l’Université” (2 x 3¼) M-FRM
  • VANDEN VELDEN, Mr.Mr Vanden Velden“ [ink] (1½ x 2 3/4) M-FLT
  • VON DER PRATEN-POUILLEZ, J.B. (??) “J. [?] B. Von Der Praten-Pouillez (?)” (1 x 3 1/8) M-FLM
  • WARDEN, David Baillie (1772-1845) (see LJ II-135) “D.B. Warden,\Consul des Etats Unis d’Amérique à Paris\Membre Correspondant de l’Académie Royale\ des Sciences de l’Institut de France\ Rue de Potdefer S t Sulpice, No 12” (1 3/4 x 3¼) M-LM
  • WILLIS, Nathaniel Parker (1806-1867) (see LJ II-338) “Mr N.P. Willis” (5/8 x 3¼) M-LT

Europe — Switzerland

  • DUBY, Jean Étienne (1798-1855) (see LJ I-398; Rhine 197, 276n) ” M. Duby de Geneve S ch S D r [??] [ink]\ Inspecteur-General des Ecoles [ink]” (1 3/4 x 3 3/4) M-CM

Europe — Italy

  • ALDOBRANDINI, Prince (see LJ I-360; Italy 26, 226, 229) “Il Principi Aldobrandini” (1 3/4 x 3) M-FLT
  • ALDOBRANDINI, Princess (see LJ I-360; Italy-26, 226, 229) “La Princesse Aldobrandini” (1½ x 3¼) M-FLT
  • BONAPARTE, Prince Louis Napoleon (1808-1883) (see LJ I-346; Italy 48, 74, 309n) “Le Prince\Louis Napoleon Bonaparte” (1 3/8 x 2 3/4) M-FLB
  • BUNSEN, Christian von (see LJ I-347) “Le Chevalier Bunsen\Ministre Résident de Sa Majesté\Le Roi de Prusse\près le Saint Siège” (1½ x 3½) M-CM
  • GABRIELLI, Prince (cf. Italy 74n) “IL\PRINCIPE\GABRIELLI” (1 3/4 x 3) M-FLT
  • GAGARINE, Prince Gregoire Ivanovitch (1782-1837) (see LJ V-48) “Le Prince Gagarin” (1¼ x 3) M-RM
  • KLUSTINE, Mr. de (see LJ I-347) “Mr de Klustine\Officier aux Hussards de la Garde de S.M.\l’Empereur de toutes les Russies” (1 3/4 x 3¼) M-FRM
  • MICKIEWICZ, Adam (1798-1855) (see LJ VI-91) ” A. Mickiewicz [ink]” (1 5/8 x 2 7/8) M-FLM “Adam Mickiewicz” (1½ x 3) M-LM
  • MUSIGNANO, Princess (see LJ III-182; Italy 74n, 202) “La Principessa di Musignano” (1 3/8 x 3¼) M-FLM
  • POERIO, Alexandre (see LJ I-346) “Alexandre Poerio” (3/4 x 3) M-LT
  • POERIO, Baron Giuseppe (1775-1843) (see Italy 23, 306n) “Le Baron Poerio” (1½ x 3) M-RM
  • RAWDON, Mrs. (see LJ I-410; Corr I-291) “M rs RAWDON” (1½ x 2½) M-FLM “Mrs Rawdon\L.I. Mrs Zeitz [?] [pencil]” (1½ x 2 3/4) M-CB
  • RUSSELL, Lord George William (1790-1846) and Lady Russell (1792-1874) (see LJ I-406) “Lt. Colonel\Lord William Russell (1½ x 3¼) M-FRT “Lady William Russell” (1½ x 3¼) M-FRM
  • TORTONIA, Duchess of “La Duchessa Tortonia” (2 x 3½ heavy black border) M-LB

Europe — Other

  • CARAMAN, Count G. “LE COMPTE G. DE CARAMAN\Envoyé extraordinaire et Ministre plénipotentiare\de S.M. Très Chrétienne près S.M. le Roi de Saxe\ c.p. [pencil]” (3 x 1 3/4) M-FLM “Le C te de Caraman\ c.p.\ pour prier à M. Cooper et tous\ ses estimables [ ]\ oblige [ ] [ink]” (1½ x 2 7/8) M-LB
  • WAPPERS, Gustave (1803-1874) (see LJ II-280; Rhine 96) “Gustav Wappers” (1½ x 3¼) M-CT

America — after 1834

  • DUFF, Mrs. William (?) (see LJ III-344; cf. II-294) “M rs DUFF” (2 3/8 x 3) M-FLB
  • SERURIER, Louis (cf. LJ III-108 n.5) “Mr Serurier\Envoyé Extraordinaire &\ Ministre Plenipotentiare de France\ aux Etats Unis d’Amérique” (1½ x 3) M-LB

Source Unknown

  • LAS — HE, P.Mr. P. Las — he\ ------. he [ink]” (1½ x 2½) M-FLB
  • PEDRA BRANCA, CountessLa [C?] esse de Pedra Branca [ink]\ [illegible address in pencil]\ p.p.c.“ (1 3/4 x 3) M-RM
  • UNIDENTIFIED ” — — [illegible]\[new address?? illegible] [ink]\[crossed out address. illegible]” (1 5/8 x 3) M-CM


Europe — England

British Buildings Series 1 (1 5/8 x 2 3/8, with border — legend in small letters)

  • “Abbey Gate of S t Edmundsbury, Suffolk.” M-CM
  • “Allington Castle, Kent.” M-FRB
  • “Astley Castle, Warwickshire.” M-FLB
  • “Bear Forest, Ireland.” M-FRM
  • “Belton House, Lincolnshire.” M-FRM
  • “Beverstone Castle, Gloucestershire.” M-FLM
  • “Bishton Hall, Staffordshire.” M-FRM
  • “Boston Church, Lincoln.” M-FRT
  • “Bradwell Lodge, Essex.” M-CT
  • “Brancepeth Castle, Durham.” M-FRB
  • “Broxbourn Church, Herfordshire.” M-FRT
  • “Bruce Castle, Tottenham.” M-FLT
  • “Burley, Rutlandshire.” M-FRM
  • “Busbridge, Surry.” M-RT
  • “Bush Park, D. of Clarence.” M-CT
  • “Byland Abbey, York.” M-FLM
  • “Bywell Castle, Northumberland.” M-FRM
  • “Cardiff Castle, Glamorganshire.” M-CM
  • “Carlisle Castle, Cumberland.” M-FLB
  • “Carlton Hall, Northamp sh.” M-RT
  • “Castle Acre Castle, Norfolk.” M-FRB
  • “Castle Acre Priory, Norfolk.” M-FLB
  • “Castle Hill Lodge, Middlesex.” M-LB
  • “Charlton House, Wiltshire.” M-FLT
  • “Chelsea, Middlesex.” M-FRT
  • “Chelsea Hospital, Middlesex. M-LM
  • “Chichester Cathedral, Sussex.” M-CT
  • “Chiswick, Middlesex.” M-CM
  • “Chiswick House, Middlesex.” M-FLM
  • “Church of S t Peter Mancroft, Norwich.” M-RT
  • “Clare Street & Draw Bridge, Bristol.” M-RM
  • “Cockermouth Castle.” M-LB
  • “Coghill Hall, Yorkshire.” M-RM
  • “Crickslade Cross, Wilts.” M-FRM
  • “Danbury Place, Sussex.” M-LT
  • “Delaford Park, near Uxbridge. M-FRT
  • “Donnington Castle, Berks.” M-LM
  • “Doveridge Hall, Derbyshire.” M-LM
  • “Durham.” M-LM
  • “Eggleston Abbey, York.” M-FLM
  • “Enfield Church, Middlesex.” M-CM
  • “The Entrance to\The Bishop’s Palace, Chicester, Sussex” I-LT
  • “The Entrance of Hampton Court Palace, Middlesex.” M-CM
  • “Fountain Abbey, York.” M-FRB
  • “Frogmore, Berkshire.” M-FLM
  • “Fulham Bridge & Church, Middlesex.” M-LM
  • “Furney’s Abbey, West Front, Lancashire.” M-FLB
  • “Gate Burton.” M-LB
  • “Gravesend.” M-CT
  • “Great Grimsby Church, Lincolnshire.” M-CT
  • “Gresham Church, Norfolk.” M-FRT
  • “Glastonbury Church, Somersetshire.” M-LT
  • “Gunnersburg House, Middlesex” M-RM
  • “Hampton House.” M-LB
  • “Hare Hall, Essex.” M-FRM
  • “Harlaxton Manor House.” M-LM
  • “Holland House, Middlesex” M-FRT
  • “[Houses of ? — covered] Lords & Commons. M-FRT
  • “Kingsgate, Isle of Thanet.” M-LB
  • “Lancaster Castle.” M-FLB
  • “Lartington, Yorkshire.” M-RM
  • “Launceston, Cornwall.” M-CT
  • “Leiston Abbey, Suffolk.” M-LM
  • “Lesnes Abbey.” M-FRT
  • “Lincoln” M-CB
  • “Linnets Bridge.” M-FRM
  • “Louth from Thorp Hall.” M-FRM
  • “Lumley Castle, Durham.” M-FLB
  • “Malmsbury, Wilts.” I-RM
  • “Malmsbury Abbey.” M-CM
  • “Marble Hall, Middlesex.” M-CM
  • “Micklegate Bar & the Hospital of St Thomas, York.” M-LM
  • “Morpeth Castle.” M-FRB
  • “Naut [?] Mill, Caernarvonshire.” M-RB
  • “Nettlecome Court, Somersetshire.” I-LT
  • “Nocton.” M-FRB
  • “Rippon Minster, York.” M-FLM
  • “Roche Abbey, York.” M-LB
  • “Rugby School, Warwickshire.” M-CM
  • “Ruperra, Glamorganshire.” M-CT
  • “Ryde, Isle of Wight.” M-FRM
  • “S t Clement’s Church, Sandwich.” M-FRM
  • “S t John’s Gate, Clerkenwell” M-FRT
  • “S t Woolston’s, Kildare.” M-FRT
  • “Saltram, Devon.” M-FRM
  • “Sandwich, Kent.” M-CT
  • “Southgate of Yarmouth, Norfolk.” M-RT
  • “Staines Bridge, Middlesex.” M-LB
  • “Staines Church, Middlesex.” M-CM
  • “Stanmore House, Middlesex.” M-RB
  • “Stourport Bridge, Worcestershire” M-RM
  • “Strawberry Hill, Middlesex.” M-RB
  • “Tewin Water, Herts.” M-RM
  • “Theobalds, Hertfordshire.” M-LT
  • “Tower of the Grey Friars Church, Norfolk.” M-CT
  • “Trewan House, S t Columb, Cornwall.” M-FRM
  • “Trinity Church, Clapham.” M-CT
  • “Twickenham, Middlesex” M-FRM
  • “Twyford Abbey, Middlesex.” M-CM
  • “Up-Park House, Sussex.” M-RM
  • “View from Richmond Hill, Surry.” M-RM
  • “Warwick Castle.” M-CT
  • “West View of Thornton Abbey.” M-FRB
  • “Wetherall Priory, Cumberland.” M-LM
  • “Whitby.” M-CT
  • “Whitton, Middlesex.” M-CM
  • “Wingfield Castle, Suffolk.” M-FLB
  • “Woodbridge, Suffolk.” M-RB
  • “Wyer Hall Edmonton, Middlesex.” M-LB
  • Unidentified — Rural church & buildings M-FLM
  • Unidentified — Tower and building M-LT
  • Unidentified — Cathedral M-LT
  • Unidentified — Cathedral M-LT
  • Unidentified — Castle. “T[ ] [covered]” M-FRM

Publisher’s notice attached below one group of above prints: “Published by W. Marshall, No 1\Holborn Bars, London. Where are on\sale upwards of 300 different Views” M-RT

British Buildings Series 2(1 5/8 x 2¼, with border — legend in capital letters)

  • Unidentified — Building ” ------. SHIRE” M-RT

British Buildings Series 3(ca. 3 x 5, no border — legend in capital letters)

  • “THE NEW LONDON BRIDGE” (3 x 5 1/8) M-RT
  • “NORWICH CATHEDRAL” (2 3/4 x 4 5/8) M-RT
  • “POST OFFICE, DUBLIN” (2 3/8 x 5 1/8) M-RT
  • “TOWN HALL, LIVERPOOL” (3 x 5½) M- RT.
  • “SOUTHAMPTON.” (2 3/4 x 2 3/4) M-FRT

Engravings of Paintings

  • Portrait of a lady. “Painted by Sir T. Lawrence|Engraved by H. Rolls [?]” (4½ x 3) M-FLM
  • Reclining woman; oriental scene. “Painted by J. Hollin|Engraved by H. Rolls.\[Title — illeg.]\Printed------” (2 5/8 x 3 7/8) M-FLM
  • Woman admiring chest with necklace and embroidery. “Painted by J. Fashipp|Engraved by J. Stewart” (5/8 x 2 3/4) M-FLT
  • Portrait of a lady. “Painted by A.E. Chalon, R.A.|Engraved by W. Ensc — [covered]” (3 3/4 x 2 7/8) M-LT
  • Girls gathering flowers. “Painted by Stenhanoff [??]|Engraved by O. Pelton (3 3/4 x 2 7/8) M-LT
  • Lady reading. “Painted by W. Baxell|Engraved by W.H. W — [covered]” (3 3/4 x 2 7/8) M-LT
  • Fancy dinner party in the woods. “Painted by I. Stothsed|Engraved by F. Englehart [?]” (3 x 4) M-LT
  • Portrait of William Pitt. “The Right Honorable William Pitt\ Engraved by Holl from a Picture by Bromley” (5 3/8 x 4) M-LM
  • Portrait of James Fox. “The Right Honble Charles James Fox\ Engraved by Holl from a Drawing by Barney in 1802” (5½ x 4¼ border) M-CT
  • Two women and a man at a barn; carriage in background. “Painted by J. Baptist|Engraved by J.B. Beadle [?]” (3 5/8 x 2¼) M-CT

Other Prints — Scenic Views

  • “Young del.|A View near Southampton.” (2 3/8 x 2½) M-FLT
  • “S.W. View of S t Neots & Eynesbury, Hunts.” (1½ x 2½.) M-LM
  • “A View of North Side of Bargate, Southampton” (2 3/4 x 2¼) M-CT
  • “View of Southampton\from the Beach\ in the year 1819.” (2¼ x 3) M-FRT

Europe — France

Historic Costume Series Hand colored prints of period costumes

  • 1560-1574 — Soldier “HL\Imp. lithog. F. Delpech\Soldat sous le Rgne de Charles IX.” (7½ x 5¼)M-FRB
  • 1575 — Gentleman “HC\Imp Lith de------\Gentilhomme de la Cour de Charles IX.|1575.” (7½ x 5 1/8) M-FLM
  • 1580 — Bourgeois “HC\I. Lithog de F. Delpech\Bourgeois de Paris\(1580.)” (7½ x 5) M-FLB
  • 1580? — Bourgeois Woman “HL\I. lithog. de F. Delpech\Bourgeoise de Paris\[date is probably missing]” (7 x 5¼) M-CB
  • 1580 — Lady “HL\I. lithog. de F. Delpech\Costume de Dame sous la R [ ] Henry III.\ (1580)” (8½ x 5½) M-FRB
  • 1589-1610 — Artisan’s wife “I. Lithog. de F. Delpech\Femme d’Artisan, sous le Rgne de Henri IV.” (5 x 7½) M-LB
  • 1589-1610 — Civil Costume “HL\I. lithog. de F. Delpech\Habit Civil sous le Rne de Henry IV.” (7½ x 5¼) M-CB
  • 1589-1610 — Artisan “HL\I. lithog. de F. Delpech\Artisan sous le Rne de Henry IV” (7½ x 5)M-CB
  • 1589-1610 — Peasant “HL\I. lithog de F. Delpech\Paysan sous le Regne de Henry IV.” (7½ x 5¼) M-FRB
  • 1643-1715 — Abbot
  • “I. lithog. de Delpech\Abbé en habit de ville\Rne de Louis XIV.” (7½ x 5)M-FLB
  • 1643-1715 — Knight of Malta “I. Lithog. de Delpech.\Chevalier de Malthe\Regne de Louis XIV” (7½ x 5¼) M-RB
  • 1643-1715 — Peasant “I. Lithog. de Delpech.\Paysan sous le Rne de Louis XIV.” (7½ x 5) M-RB
  • 1650 — Civil costume “I. Litho ------. \Costume Civil en 1650.\ fin de la Régence (6 3/4 x 5) M-LB
  • Unidentified era — Lady in full skirt “HC\Imp. lithog. de F. Delpech\Dame de — — ” (7 x 5) M-FLM

Scenic views by Couché fils

  • Andilly (?) (near Montmorency; cf. France 67, 196)”Civeton del.|Couché fils dir.|Gossard sculp.\EGLISE STE CLOTILDE.\au Grand Andelys” (5 x 3½) M-RM
  • Brie-Compte-Robert (see France 238) “Civeton del.|Couché fils dir.|Gossard sculp.\TOUR DE BRIE-COMPTE-ROBERT.” (3½ x 5) M-CB
  • Chartres — Cathedral “Civeton del.|Couché fils dir.|Durau scul — \CATHEDRALE DE CHARTRES” (5¼ x 3½) M-FLT
  • Crépy — Gate “Civeton del.|Couché fils dir.|Beyer, Sculp.\PORTE DE CRÉPY” (5 x 3¼) I-CT
  • Ecouen — Chateau (see Rhine 88-89)”Civeton del.|Couché fils dir|Gossard, Sculp.\CHATEAU D’ECOUEN” (5 X 3¼) I-LM
  • Ecouis — Church “Civeton del.|Couché fils dir.|Millet sculp.\ÉGLISE COLLÉGIALE D’ECOUIS (4 5/8 x 3 3/8 double border.) M-FLM
  • Ermenonville — Tomb of Rousseau “Civeton del.|Couché fils dir.|Gossard sc.\TOMBEAU DE J.J.ROUSSEAU A ERMENONVILLE.” (3½ x 5¼) M-FRB
  • Malmaison — Chateau (see France 63) “Civeton del.|Couché fils dir.|Gossard sculp.\LA MALMAISON.” (3 3/8 x 5) M-FLM
  • Provins — Caesar’s Tower and Church of Ste. Quiriace “[torn] del.|Couché fils dir.|[torn]\LA TOUR DE CéSAR ET L’EGLISE STE QUIRIACE,\A PROVINS.” (3½ x 5) M-CB
  • Rouen — Cathedral (see LJ I-149, II-152, 385; France 54-59) “Civeton del ... |Couché fils dir.|Gossard c.\CATHÉDRALE DE ROUEN.” (5¼ x 3½) M-FLB
  • Soissons — Church (see LJ II-140) “Civeton del ... |Couché fils dir.|Gossard sc.\JEAN DES VIGNES A SOISSONS.” (5 1/8 x 3½) M-FLT
  • Villeneuve-St.Georges — Chateau (en route to Fontainebleau - see LJ I-270) “Guyot delo.|Couché fils dir.|Millet sculp.\CHATEAU D’HIERE PRES\ VILLENEUVE ST GEORGES”. (3 x 5) M-RB
  • Vincennes — Chateau (see France 238-40) “Civeton del ... |Couché fils dir.| Gossard sc.\CHATEAU DE VINCENNES.“(6 x 3½) M-RB
  • Unidentified — Church “[covered]\ — — sard, sculp.\[covered] 4½ x 3¼) M-LB
  • Unidentified — Church and pastoral scene “{Caeton del.|Couché fils direx|Gossard sculpt.\------[covered] (3 3/8 x 5) M-FLM

Parisian Buildings Series (line drawings; legend above or below)

  • “Arc du Carrousel” (1 3/4 x 1¼) M-FRM
  • “Bourse.” (1¼ x 1½) M-RM
  • “Colonne de la Place Vendome” (3 3/8 x 1½) M-FRT
  • “L’Ecole de Chirurgie” (1 3/4 x 2½) M-CT
  • “[L’Ecole Mi]li[tai]re” (1 3/4 x 2 3/4) M-CM
  • “L’Eglise des Filles St Marie” (1 3/4 x 1¼) M-FRT
  • “Facade de la Nouvelle Salle de l’Opera” (1 3/4 x 2½) M-FRT
  • “Façade du Palais Royal.” (1 3/8 x 2 1/8) M-FRT
  • “Fontaine de Grenelle” (1 3/4 x 2½) M-FRM
  • “Gar[de] meuble Place Louis XV.” [now Place de la Concorde] (1 3/8 x 3 3/4) M-CM
  • “Halle au Bled” (1 3/4 x 1¼) M-FRT
  • “Hotel de la Monnaie” (1½ x 1¼) M-FRT
  • “Luxembourg.” (1½ x 1¼) M-RM
  • “La Madeleine” (1½ x 1¼) M-LT
  • “L’Observatoire” (2 x 1¼) M-RT
  • “Le [Palais du ?] C. Législatif” (1¼ x 1 3/4) M-FRM
  • “Palais de Justice” (1 3/4 x 1 3/4) M-FRT
  • “Palais de la Légion d’Honneur” (2 x 2) M-FRT
  • “Panthéon” (1½ x 1¼) M-LT
  • “Porte St Denis.” (1½ x 1¼) M-RM
  • “Porte St Martin” (1½ x 1¼) M-FRT
  • “St Germain l’Auxerrois” (2 x 2) M-FRM
  • “St. Roch” (1 5/8 x 1 1/8) M-LT
  • “St Sulpice” (1 3/4 x 1¼) M-FRT
  • “Théatre Feydeau.” (1 3/4 x 1¼) M-RM
  • “Theatre des Italiens” (2 x 1¼) M-FRM
  • “Théâtre L’Odeon” (1½ x 1¼) M-FRM
  • “La Ville” (1 3/4 x 1¼) M-FRT
  • Unidentified — Low-Domed building (1 3/4 x 1) M-LT
  • Unidentified — Building (1½ x 2¼) M-FRT
  • Unidentified — Extended building “[ ] Façade du Côte du Jardin” (1½ x 2 3/4) M-FRT
  • Unidentified — Building (1 3/4 x 2 3/4) M-FRM

National Leaders Series

  • Austrian Empire
    • JOSEPH, Archduke “Laurens sc.\JOSEPH\Archiduc d’Autriche, Palatin de Hongrie” (3 x 2¼ oval) M-FRB
  • England
    • ADOLPHUS FREDERICK, Duke of Cambridge (cf. LJ III-292) “W. Beechy p.|Bolt Sc\ADOLPHE\Duc de Cambridge” (3 x 2¼ oval) M-CM
    • BROUGHAM, Henry Peter, Baron Brougham and Vaux (1778-1868) (see LJ II-95; England 143, 219-220) “Rosmaster sc.|BARON BROUGHAM & VAUX. (3 x 2¼ oval) M-FRT
    • CANNING, George (1770-1827) (see LJ I-159, 201; England 82, 203; France 78-95) “R. Hicks, Sculp.\THE LATE RT HON. GEO. CANNING.” (3 x 2¼ wide double border) M-FRM
  • France
    • PÉRIER, Pierre Casimir (1777-1832); French Minister 1830, Prime Minister 1831 (see LJ II-75; Rhine 40-41) “Mario Rosmüsler, 1832\Casimir Perier\ décédé le 16 mai 1832 [covered]” (2¼ x 3 oval) M-CM
  • Russian Empire
    • MICHAEL, Grand Duke (cf. LJ I-32; Switzerland 161) “Bolt, sc.|MICHEL\Grand Duc de la Russie” (2¼ x 3 oval) M-CM
  • SaxeWeimar-Eisenach
    • CHARLES FREDERICK, Grand Duke (cf. LJ I-435; Rhine 103-104; England 269n) “CHARLES FRÉDÉRIC\Grand Duc de Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach.” (3½ x 2½) M-FLB

Album of Férogio Series Large hand-colored prints, with “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO” above.

  • Peasants on village stairs. “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO.” (14 x 8½) M-FLT-Rev
  • Peasant woman tending sheep by a hut. “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO.\SI (monogram)” (9 x 13) M-FLM-Rev
  • Peasant children washing clothes and playing in horsetrough. “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO.” (8½ x 13) M-FLM-Rev
  • Old pilgrim sleeping while boy plays in a spring. “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO.” (8 3/4 x 15) M-FLB-Rev
  • Man pouring water over a balcony. “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO.” (8½ x 13) M-LT-Rev
  • Peasants outside ruined castle. “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO.” (8 x 13) M-LT-Rev
  • Puppet show. “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO.” (8 3/4 x 13½) M-LB-Rev
  • Children playing on bridge. [legend, if any, covered by mat, but presumably “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO”]. (9 x 13) M-LB-Rev
  • Woodgatherer resting, with horse. “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO.” (8 3/4 x 13) M-RT-Rev
  • Women and donkey crossing a stream. “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO.” (9 x 13) M-RT-Rev
  • Boy kissing horse. “L’ALBUM DE FéROGIO.” (9 x 13) M-RB-Rev
  • Woman and boy fishing at a weir. [legend, if any, covered by mat, but presumably “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO”]. (9 x 12 3/4) M-RB-Rev
  • Pilgrim sleeping on street. “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO.” (14 x 8½) M-FRT-Rev
  • Family snowbound in a hut. “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO.” (9½ x 13) M-FRM-Rev
  • People racing across bridge to put out a fire. “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO.” (9 x 13) M-FRM-Rev
  • Couple at a well in a doorway. “L’ALBUM DE FÉROGIO.” (14 x 9) M-FRB-Rev

Life of Napoleon Series (Prints depicting career of Napoleon Bonaparte (1½ x 3), with Year and location above, and appropriate quotation below)

  • “1780 BRIENNE.” [Napoleon in Schoolyard] “Napoléon âge de 11 ans dirige et commande les combats aux boules de neige.” I-CT
  • “1796 AREOLE.” [Napoleon with Flag] “En avant, Grenadiers, n’êtes vous plus les soldats de Lodi.” I-LM
  • “1798 PYRAMIDES.” [Napoleon at the Pyramids] “Soldats, du haut de ces monumens, quarantes siècles vous contemplent.” I-LM
  • “1800 MONT ST. BERNARD.” [Napoleon in Cloak] “Peut on passer? (Ou cela impossible dit Marescot) eh bien passez ... [?]” I-LM
  • “1804 PARIS.” [Napoleon in Coronation Robes] “Napoléon 1 er sacré Empereur le 2 Décembe.” I-CM
  • “1805 VEILLE D’AUSTERLITZ.” [Napoleon at Campfire] “Demain au soir cette armée est à moi.” I-CM
  • “1806 BERLIN.” [Napoleon in civilian clothes, with letter] “Tenez, Madame, cette lettre est la seule preuve que j’ai contre votre mari; jetez-la au feu.” I-CM
  • “1809 RATISBONNE.” [Napoleon mounting horse with bare foot; medicines on the ground] “Il n’y a qu’un chasseur tyrolien (dit gaiement l’Empereur) qui ait pu m’atteindre de si loin.” I-LM
  • “1812 MOSCOWA.” [Napoleon at his tent] “Voila le ... d’Au ... [torn]” I-LM
  • “1814 FONTAINEBLEAU.” [Napoleon at Desk] “La France elle-même à voulu d’autres destinées.” I-CM
  • “1815 ILE STE HELENE.” [Napoleon with Crossed Arms] “Il me manquait l’adversité” I-CM

Pictures by Jules David

  • Peasants praying to Madonna statue at church entrance. “Jules David\La Madone” (5½ x 4 + 2½) M-FRM
  • Quaiside scene, with boat, building, people, and washerwomen. “Jules David\Le Perl [?]” (4½ x 4½) M-FRM

Other French Prints

  • Montblanc see LJ I-272, 341, 342; Switzerland 13) “Bosmuster 1829\Montblanc” (2½ x 3½) M-FRB
  • Monjardin — Chateau “Chateau de Monjardin” (4¼ x 2 3/4 border) M-FLB
  • Versailles — Chateau (see France 128-134) “Vue du Chateau de Versailles (Coté de Paris.)|4. (5½ x 2 1/8 border) M-FLT “Vue du Chateau de Versailles (Coté du Parc.)|5.” (5½ x 7 3/4) M-FLT “[Vue] des Grandes et Petites Ecuries de Versailles.” (2¼ x 4) M-LM
  • Unidentified — Gardens [Versailles or Louvre??] (3 x 5½, border)M-FLT

Europe — Switzerland

  • Mountain panorama (with key) (see Switzerland 40) (Mountains marked with inital letters of their names) [View from Berne] “Studor [?] del.|Scheurman Sculp.\ [1ˢᵗ row] Wetterhorn Schrekhorn Finster-Aarhorn Eiger Münch Iungfrau Ebnefluh Grossehorn Gspaltenhorn Blumlisalp Doldenhorn\ [2ⁿᵈ row] Berghstok Faulhorn Viescherhorner Ralligstüke Gletscherhorn Mittaghorn Breithorn Tschnigelhorn Zackhorn\ [3ʳᵈ row] Haube Heimbergfluh Suleck Schwalmeren Schilt Gamchigletscher Oschinengrath Niesen\ [4ᵗʰ row] Belpberg Dreispitz” (1 x 6 3/4) M-FRT
  • Gondo (see Switzerland 283) “Bosmuster, 1829\Pas Innero der Gallerie bei Gondo\Vue de l’intérieur de la galerie près de Gondo.” (3¼ x 2¼) M-FRB

Europe — Italy

Scenic Views by Langlume (Two of these prints were chosen by Cooper for the Italian screen)

  • Rome — Temple of the Sibyls (cf. Italy 257) “Coignet del|Imp. Lith. de Langlume|Deroy Lith.\TEMPLE DE LA SIBYLLE,\à Tivoli\Chez Duval, Editeur, Passage de l’Opera Escalier A [covered]” (11¼ x 8¼) M-CB [centered at top of panel]
  • Castellamare — Mountain Road (see Italy 167) “[covered]|Lith. de Langlume|[covered]\VUE DE CASTELLAMARE.” (8¼ x 11 3/8 border) M-LM [centered in panel]
  • Castellamare — Castle (see Italy 167) “Coignet del.|Imp. Lith. de Langlume|Villeneuve, Lith.\CHATEAU DE CASTELAMARE.” (7 5/8 x 11 1/8, double border) M-RT
  • Castellamare — Road to Vico (see LJ I-392; Italy 141, 167) “Coignet del|Lith de Langlume| Villeneuve lith des figures par V. Adam\CHEMIN DE CASTELAMARE A VICO” (10¼ X 7¼) I-CT [centered in panel, with mat]
  • Gragnano — Gorge (near Castellamare on Sorrento Peninsula) “Coignet del|Imp. Lith de Langlume| Deroy, Lith.\Jean Duval, Passage de l’Opéra, Escal[ ]\GORGE DE GRAGNANO\Roye de Naples” (8 x 11¼) I-RT [centered in panel, with mat]
  • Mount Vesuvius (see LJ I-378; Italy 123 (Capo di Monti), 148-153) “Coignet del. [covered]|Imp. Litho. de Langlume|Lith par A. Joly et V. Adam\ VUE DE VéSUVE,\prise de Capo di Monti” (9 x 12½ two borders) M-CM [centered at bottom of panel]
  • San Cosimato — Rocky mountain with building; stream with peasants washing clothes “Coignet del|Imp. Lith. de Langlume| — — Villeneuve\SAN COSIMATO, — — [covered]\ — i Escalier------” (8¼ x 10½ border) M-CT [centered in panel]
  • Unidentified — Walled mountain town “Coignet del.|Lith de Lang — |Bichbois Lith. fig. par V.Adam (8 3/8 x 12½ double border) M-FLB

Scenic Views by Delpech (Seven of these prints were chosen by Cooper for the Italian screen)

  • Amalfi — Cloister with monk (See Italy 156) “Remond 1828|I. lith. de Delpech\Un Cloitre d’Amalfi.\(Royme de Naples) (7½ x 10) I-LT [centered in panel, with mat]
  • Amalfi — Road to Cava “Remond|I. lith. de Delpech\Vue prise sur le Chemin d’Amalfi à Cava” (5¼ x 7) I-CM [centered in panel, with mat]
  • Ancona — Port and Arch of Augustus (see LJ II-18; Italy 267) “Rémond 1827|I. Litho. de Delpech\Vue du Port d’Ancône, et de l’Arc d’Auguste” (7½ x 9½.) M-CB
  • Castellammare — View (see Italy 167) “Remond 1828| I. lith. de Delpech\[V]UE DE CASTELAMMAR[E]\sur le Golfe de Naples” (6 x 7¼) I-LB [centered in panel, with mat]
  • Florence — Observation Tower (cf. Italy 17-19) “C. Bourgeois 1827\Tour d’Observation sur les Remparts,\Florence. (6¼ x 4½) M-LB
  • Florence — Torrigiani Gardens — Tower “A. Bourgeois, sculp|I. lith. de Delpech\Vue d’une Tour dans les Jardins de Torrigiani.” (5 x 6) M-RB
  • Naples — Tomb of Virgil (see LJ III-27; Italy 115) “Remond 1831|I. Lith. de Delpech\ Tombeau du Vergile,\sur le Pausilippe” (6½ x 5 3/4) M-RB
  • Roman Campagna — Temple of Bacchus (see Italy 204) “Remond|I. Lith. de Delpech\Temple de Baccus\(Campagne de Rome)” (8 x 10 3/4) I-RM [centered in panel, with mat]
  • Rome — Temple of the Vestal Virgins “Remond|Imp. Litho. de Delpech\Ruines du Temple de Vestal” (9 x 7) M-CB
  • Rome — Church of the Trinity on the Mount (near Cooper’s residence at 50 Via di Ripetti) “[Remond?]|I. lith de Delpech\Vue de l’Eglise de la Trinité du Mont.\(à Rome)” (6 x 7¼) I-CB [centered in panel, with mat]
  • Sorrento — View of the Town (includes Tasso’s supposed birthplace, where Cooper lived; see CJ I-383; Italy 118) “[Remond?]|I. Lith. de Delpech\Vue d’une Partie de la Ville de Sorento\(Golfe de Naples)” (6 x 8½) I-RB [centered in panel, with mat] Note: On reverse: {” This picture gives a general view of Sorrento in the sais [??] of the day but it is full of fault in the detail. We lived in the house which is the first in the view, often [??] that near the corner of the picture. It is not accurately done.“ [dark black ink]}
  • Terni — Falls of Vellino (see Italy 259) “Remond 1828|I. lith. de Delpech\Chute de Vellino, pres Terni.” (7½ x 10¼) I-LM [centered in panel, with mat]

Other Italian Prints

  • Unidentified — Peasant houses “Lith de Bichebois ainé à St Denis.” (7½ x 7) M-FLT
  • Unidentified — Peasant and Monk in Gorge (14 x 9¼ double border) M-LT
  • Neptune with trident; women; horses. “Bain de Neptune” (3 x 4¼, line drawing) M-FLT
  • View of Mediterranean Harbor [perhaps Naples and Mt. Vesuvius] (9¼ x 6 3/4) I-LT

America — after 1834

From Gift Annuals

  • Peasant woman holding child “Painted by H.W. Pickersgill, R.A.| Ingraved by Edd Find-\THE FLORENTINE\Printed by Wilkinson|Published for the Proprietors of the Amulet. (3½ x 2 3/4) M-FLT
  • Lady in lattice window “THE TOKEN\FOR\1834” (4 x 2 7/8) M-LM

Other Prints

  • Portrait “P.S. PHYSICK M.D.\Professor of Anatomy at the University of Pennsylvania\Pubd by [ ] Philada” (6½ x 5) M-RM
  • Otsego Hall “Postcard” view (see LJ IV-plate V) (2 3/4 x 4½) M-RB
  • Old man with staff and bowl “Engraved by I. Sartain from the\ Original Picture by C. Neagle,\ Philadelphia\[ ]AV[ ]T 1776.” (8½ x 7) M-FRT
  • Schoolboy in cap after a snowball fight, carrying schoolbooks “[no legend but a book in the boy’s hand reads]: 1ˢᵗ PART\[ ]METIC\RUD” (14½ x 12½) M-CM-R LI> Newport Tower, Newport, Rhode Island (setting for the opening scenes of The Red Rover) (11½ x 9) I-CB

Source Unknown

  • Portrait of a lady (3½ x 2 3/4) M-FLT
  • Profile of man’s head (2 3/4 x 2¼ {torn}) M-FLT
  • Battle scene; horseman attacking another (Roundhead vs. Cavalier; English??) [legend covered by other items] (3 x 4) M-FLT
  • Peasants & religious procession, overlooking a city, with river and a bridge (Florence??) {“Drawn by J.M.W. Turner, RA”}(3 x 4½)M-FLM
  • Man (16ᵗʰ-17ᵗʰ cent.) and servant talking to woman with dog (3 x 4) M-FLM
  • Scene with man (1¼ x 2) M-FLM
  • Portrait of a lady (4 3/4 x 5 3/5 — oval) M-FLM
  • City — with river or lake and three arched bridge — Classical architecture “------nett del.|Joe Pye, sculp.\SUNSET” (2 3/4 x 4 3/4) M-FLM
  • Portrait of young man in European [?] uniform (2 3/4 x 2) M-FLB
  • Fortified village in mountains; peasant in foreground (7¼ x 5) M-FLB
  • Painting of two couples in 16ᵗʰ century [?] court dress (3 3/4 x 3) M-LT
  • Portrait of a lady “[legend covered by another item]” (3 3/4 x 2 7/8) M-LT
  • Portrait of two ladies “Engraved by John Cheney” (3 1/8 x 3 oval) M-LT
  • Horseman with corpse at his feet; oriental man at side. Balkans [??] “[missing — cut off]|Engraved by Geo. B. F ------. ” (3 1/8 x 3 3/4 — torn) M-LT
  • Peasant girl in window shading eyes “Engraved by Jno. Cheney” (3½ x 2 3/4) M-LT
  • Two men at table; hostess; tavern scene “[illegible]” (5 x 3 7/8) M-LT
  • View of city; mosque and minarets [Constantinople ???] “Printed by D. Roberts.| [other legends covered]” (3 x 4½) M-LT
  • 17ᵗʰ Century woman (3½ x 3) M-LM
  • Ruined castle (5½ x 8¼) M-LB
  • Horse and carriage being ferried across a river or lake (with islands) [American??] (3½ x 7¼) M-LB
  • Three figures; 2 praying, 1 preaching, outside a great city [Biblical??] (3 x 4½) M-LB
  • Two trees (6 x 3½ border) M-LB
  • Woman and griffon [??] at a tomb (3¼ x 3 — border) M-LB
  • Crude wooden footbridge over a chasm, in a pine woods (8 x 9¼) M-LB
  • City (classic) on fire with populace fleeing ” — — — \Engraved by Wm Keenan” (3 x 4 5/8) M-CT
  • Dying Roman soldier (2 3/4 x 3 7/8) M-CT
  • Ruined arch with peasants under it (3 1/8 x 4) M-CT
  • Woman leaning on windowsill (3½ x 3) M-CT
  • Rustic chair under tree trunk in a park; trunk carved with “TO” and, underneath, an illegible name (in pencil??) (5 x 3½) M-CT
  • Waterfront scene at the Tower of London “Drawn by J.M. W. Porter, R.A.\ Engraved by W.M ------. ” (3 x 4½) M-CT
  • Two peasant women, one with staff, and a child (3½ x 2 7/8) M-CT
  • Monk in cloister (8 x 6) M-CB
  • Peasant woman in ruined cloister (4½ x 3½) M-RM
  • Woman with feathery hat [from American fashion plate?] (10 x 9) M-RM [centered in panel]
  • Portrait of a gentleman (4 x 4) M-RM
  • Portrait of a gentleman (3 x 4 — badly torn) M-RM
  • Portrait of a man with laurel wreath, 19ᵗʰ century costume [Byron? Napoleon?] (3½ x 4) M-RM
  • Two fishermen below a ruined castle (sketch). (8½ x 5½) M-RB
  • Goatherd below a building and monument base (sketch). (6½ x 9½) M-RB
  • Building in formal garden [Parisian ?](2¼ x 5½) M-FRT
  • Priest and soldier behind praying maiden (3 x 3½) M-FRT
  • Portrait of a woman (2¼ x 2 3/4 oval) M-FRM
  • Building “[ ]ace” (2 x 1¼ — torn fragment) M-FRM
  • Church font with praying figure (sketch). “Monthelier et Tit [ ] [rest of legend covered]” (8 x 6) M-FRM
  • Peasant entering a doorway (sketch). “C.” (6 x 8) M-FRB
  • Old mill (sketch) (6 x 9) M-FRB
  • Old house with horseman; church tower (sketch) (7½ x 5½) I-CM
  • Military officer addressing crowd (Roman Style Bas-relief) [Napoleon?] (12 3/4 x 4¼) I-RT
  • Peasants in street; bulbous church steeple (5¼ x 6 3/4) I-RM


America — before 1826

  • 1776 - Pennsylvania Currency Note “THIRTY SHILLINGS\No. 315 [ink]\ THIRTY SHILLINGS\ According to the RESOLUTION of\ The ASSEMBLY of Pensylvania\ of the 6ᵗʰ Day of April, in the 16ᵗʰ\ year of the Reign\ of His Majesty\GEORGE the\ Third. Dated at\ Philadelphia, the\ 11ᵗʰ [??] day of April\ Anno Dom 1776\THIRTY SHILLINGS\ Wm Henly [ink]\ E. Mossee [??] [ink]\ I. Abel Wars [??] [ink]\ THIRTY SHILLINGS” (2 5/8 x 3 3/8) M-LM
  • ca. 1790 - Envelope or wrapper “Phila — 6 May Free\William Cooper Esq.\Cooperstown\State of New York\ Go Washington” (3 x 4½) M-FLT

America — after 1834

  • 1863 Confederate Postage Stamps (faded yellow, imperf., horizontal strip of five) “2 POSTAGE 2\[bust of Andrew Jackson]\C TWO CENTS S” M-RT Note: Scott’s Confederate States # 8 (Type A5) issued April 1863
  • 1863 Confederate Postage Stamp (Blue, imperf.) “Postage\The Confederate\[bust of Jefferson Davis]\States of America\10 Cents” M-CB Note: Scott Confederate States #11 (type A7) or #12 (type A8), 1863-64.

Source Unknown

  • Signature (see LJ III-362n) ” J.Q. Adams“ M-FRT
  • Signature “[ ] Verbon K. Frankin [??]” M-FRT