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0000 0003 6680 1495
Name: 
Henry Tresham
Henry Tresham, R. A.
Tresham, Henry
Tresham, Henry (British painter and printmaker, 1751-1814)
Dates: 
1751-1814
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Bartolozzi, Francesco (1728-1815)
Bowyer, Robert (1758-1834)
Christie, James (1773-1831)
Devéria, Achille (1800-1857)
Fittler, James (1758-1835 graveur)
Ottley, William Young (1771-1836)
Tomkins, Peltro William (1759-1840)
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Aventure di Saffo, Le
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British gallery of pictures beeing a collection of twenty engravings selected from the most admired productions of the old masters in Great Britain, accompanied with descriptions historical and critical, by... William Young Ottley,... the descriptive part by Henry Tresham, and W. Y. Ottley,... and the executive part under the management of P. W. Tomkins,..., The
George III King of Great Britain [estampe]
inquiry into the ancient Greek game, supposed to have been invented by Palamedes, antecedent to the siege of Troy, An : with reasons for believing the same to have been known from remote antiquity in China, and progressively improved into the Chinese, Indian, Persian, and European chess ; also, two dissertations, I. On the Athenian Skirophoria, II. On the Mystical meaning of the bough and umbrella, in the Skiran rites.
inquiry into the antient Greek game, supposed to have been invented by Palamedes, antecedent to the siege of Troy, An : with reasons for believing the same to have been known from remote antiquity in China, and progressively improved into the Chinese, Indian, Persian, and European chess ; also, two dissertations: I: On the Athenian Skirophoria; II: On the Mystical meaning of the bough and umbrella, in the Skiran rites
[Recueil. Oeuvre de Henry Tresham]
Rome at the close of the eighteenth century!!! : a poem
To the King's most Excellent Majesty A Work like the present could not have even been projected under any other...
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