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0000 0000 8164 7113
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John Martin
John Martin I
Martin, J.
Martin, John
Martin, John (English engraver and painter, 1789-1854)
Martin, John I
Martin, John ((painter))
マーティン, ジョン
Dates: 
1789-1854
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Britton, John (1771-1857))
Campbell, Michael J.
Feaver, William
Havell, Robert (1769-1832))
Hurst, Thomas (17..-18..; imprimeur-libraire))
Longman, Thomas Norton (1771-1842))
martin charles
Milton, John (1608-1674)
Myrone, Martin
Norsa, Francesca
Pendered, Mary Lucy (1858-1940)
Tate Britain (Gallery)
Winkles, Henry (1800-1860?))
Titles: 
Apocalypse
beauties of Wiltshire, displayed in statistical, historical, and descriptive sketches. Illustrated by views of the principal seats, &c, The ; with anecdotes of the arts
Delineations of Fonthill and its abbey. By John Rutter, Shaftesbury.
Graphical and literary illustrations of Fonthill abbey, Wiltshire ; with heraldical and genealogical notices of the Beckford family. By John Britton,....
illustrated history and description of Fonthill Abbey, An
Illustrations; landscape, historical and antiquarian to the poetical works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. With descriptions.
John Martin
Loan exhibition : oil paintings, watercolours, prints : 30th October-21st November 1975
Objections to the tunnel sewer
oscuridad visible, La : estampas y dibujos de la colección Campbell : prints and drawings from the Campbell collection
Outline of a comprehensive plan for diverting the sewage of London and Westminster from the Thames and applying it to agricultural purposes, for improving the navigation of the river, and for establishing a supply of pure water to the metropolis
Paradise lost of Milton., The
Plan for ventilating coal mines, 1849:
Reprint of report of the committee appointed to take into consideration Mr. Martin's plan for rescuing the river Thames from every species of pollution.
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