Selection of British Birds: Pt. 1 download epub
by Charlotte Louisa Emily Perrott
PERROTT, Charlotte Louisa Emily (fl 1830-1835).
PERROTT, Charlotte Louisa Emily (fl 1830-1835). A Selection of British Birds, Ilkley: The Scolar Press, 1979 2 volumes. Prospectus (13 6/8 x 9 inches), illustrated throughout; Facsimile (20 x 14 inches), 5 fine chromolithographed facsimiles tipped-in. From the Prospectus "There is evidence that she was not only the possessor of a museum containing considerable collections, both zoological and geological, but also an ardent ornithologist and an artist of no mean skill.
The plates are of a high standard and the publication was planned to have been on a quite lavish scale (priced at 14s plain or 1 guinea coloured per part), however, the death of Mr. errott in Worcester in August 1836 brought the work to an abrupt halt
The plates are of a high standard and the publication was planned to have been on a quite lavish scale (priced at 14s plain or 1 guinea coloured per part), however, the death of Mr. errott in Worcester in August 1836 brought the work to an abrupt halt. The subjects of the plates are: Cock; Ring Dove Woodpigeon; Raven; Whinchat; Blue Titmouse. Fine Bird Books . 0 ("5 very fine hand-coloured engravings.
A History of British Birds is a natural history book by Thomas Bewick, published in two volumes. Volume 1, Land Birds, appeared in 1797. Volume 2, Water Birds, appeared in 1804. A supplement was published in 1821
A History of British Birds is a natural history book by Thomas Bewick, published in two volumes. A supplement was published in 1821. The text in Land Birds was written by Ralph Beilby, while Bewick took over the text for the second volume. The book is admired mainly for the beauty and clarity of Bewick's wood engravings, which are widely considered his finest work, and among the finest in that medium.
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Charlotte Perrott is now friends with Sian-Emily. Charlotte Perrott’s 2018 Year in Books. Jul 01, 2019 02:42PM · like. Charlotte Perrott wants to read. Take a look at Charlotte Perrott’s Year in Books. The good, the bad, the long, the short-it’s all here. See Charlotte Perrott’s 2018 Year in Books. Charlotte Perrott’s Friends (11). 83 books 14 friends.
A history of British birds. Vol. 1. Land birds - v. 2. Water birds. This book is by William Yarrell (1784-1856) and not by Thomas Bewick.
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British Birds – how it works. BB 2000 Ltd, the company that owns and publishes British Birds, is run by a board of directors, all of whom are volunteers.
Charlotte Louisa Emily Perrott’s maiden name was Yates and she married (1808) George Wiggley Perrott, Captain in the King’s Dragoon Guards, of Craycombe House, Worcestershire, who was the son of George Perrott of Fladbury, Worcestershire. Her father was Joseph Yates of Peel Hall, Lancaster, who married (March 31st, 1787) the Honourable Charlotte St. John, daughter of John, n t h Baron St. John. British Birds – how it works.
Charlotte Bronte was a novelist and author who wrote the famous novel ‘Jane Eyre’. This biography of Charlotte Bronte provides detailed information about her childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline. Charlotte Bronte was a novelist and author who wrote the famous novel ‘Jane Eyre’. Birthday: April 21, 1816. Nationality: British. Famous: Poets Novelists.
The History of British Birds examines each major British bird species, with detailed written observations and precise engravings. These images depict a wide range of subjects, from innocent scenes of rural life to bizarre and disturbing fantasies featuring drunks, fools and devils.