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A vehicle with wooden wheels pulled by two oxen in India. Etching by T. Wageman after M.-R. de Montalembert.

Montalembert, Marc-René, marquis de, 1777-1831
Date
June 1st 1812
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Publication/Creation

London (Fleet Street) : White, Cochrane & Co, June 1st 1812.

Physical description

1 print : etching, with engraving and stipple ; image 15.5 x 22.4 cm

Lettering

An Indian hackeree, drawn by Guzerat oxen, with the costume of different casts in Hindostan. from a drawing by Baron de Montalembert, 1807.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 36812i

Creator/production credits

Marc-René de Montalembert was the son-in-law of James Forbes

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