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Proposals for engraving by subscription, five prints: being after a part of a collection of pictures presented to the Corporation of the City of London, by Alderman Boydell. Painted in fresco by J. F. Rigaud, by Rob. Smirke, Esq. R. A. Four of them on the Angles, under the Cupola, in the Common-Council Room, in Guildhall. I. Providence. II. Innocence. III. Wisdom. IV. Happiness. Represented by Allegorical Emblems. V. Conjugal Affection, Or Industry and Prudence. Painting ESQ.R.A. For a further explanation of the whole Collection, see the Catalogue of the Pictures at Guildhall, price sixpence; the profit of which will be appropriated to the servants, who will have an extra trouble in waiting upon the company, and keeping the room in order.
- Rigaud, J. F. 1742-1810.
The whole works of that eminent servant of Christ, the late Reverend and much esteemed Mr. John Bunyan, formerly minister of the gospel, and pastor of a congregation at Bedford; including the whole of his pieces, sermons, discourses, tracts, and other writings, on various divine subjects: Being expository, explanatory, allegorical, familiar, experimental, and practical, in prose and verse, viz. ... Including all the original prefaces, titles, recommendatory epistles, an authentic account of the life and death of Mr. John Bunyan, his divine emblems for youth, &c. and other pieces never printed in any former collection. The whole carefully revised and corrected; and illustrated with notes, explanatory, experimental, practical, &c. by Mr. William Mason, and others. With a recommendatory preface, by the Rev. Mr. John Ryland, A.M. of Northampton, The whole embellished with the most superb, numerous, and elegant set of copper-plates, engraved by Thornton, Hawkins, Morris, Pollard, Grainger,
- Bunyan, John, 1628-1688.