Thomas Cadell, the younger

Born: 1773
Died: 1836
Bookseller, publisher, in London. Partner of W. Davies 1793-1819.
Works of Art: 1
Books: 15
Archives: 1
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12 July 1820
Benjamin West

Bell, John   The Anatomy And Physiology Of The Human Body. By John And Charles Bell. - The Seventh Edition: In Which The Whole Is More Perfectly Systematized And Corrected By Charles Bell, F.R.S.L. & E. Fellow Of The Royal College Of Surgeons Of London And Edinburgh; Professor Of Physiology And Surgery To The University Of London; Formerly Professor Of Anatomy And Surgery To The Royal College Of Surgeons Of London; And Surgeon Of The Middlesex Hospital. - In Three Volumes. Vol. I. (- III.) - London: 1829.   
Byres, James   Hypogæi, Or Sepulchral Caverns Of Tarquinia, The Capital Of Antient Etruria. By The Late James Byres, Esq., Of Tonley, Aberdeenshire, Nearly Fifty Years Antiquarian Resident At Rome, Prior To 1790. - Edited By Frank Howard, Author Of "The Spirit Of Shakspeare," "Sketcher's Manual," "Science Of Drawing," Etc. - - London: [1842].   
Bell, John   Observations On Italy. By The Late John Bell, Fellow Of The Royal College Of Surgeons, Edinburgh, &c. - Edinburgh:, London. [1825]   
Reynolds, Joshua, P.R.A.   The Literary Works Of Sir Joshua Reynolds, First President Of The Royal Academy. To Which Is Prefixed, A Memoir Of The Author; With Remarks On His Professional Character, Illustrative Of His Principles And Practice. By Henry William Beechey. In Two Volumes. Vol. I. (II.) - London:, Edinburgh. 1835.   
Galt, John   The Life, Studies, And Works Of Benjamin West, Esq. President Of The Royal Academy Of London, Composed From Materials Furnished By Himself, By John Galt, Esq. Author Of The Life And Administration Of Cardinal Wolsey, &c. - London: 1820.   
Blair, Robert   The Grave, A Poem. By Robert Blair. Illustrated By Twelve Etchings Executed From Original Designs. To Which Is Added A Life Of The Author. - London: 1813.   
Roscoe, William   Illustrations, Historical And Critical, Of The Life Of Lorenzo De' Medici, called The Magnificent; With An Appendix Of Original And Other Documents. By William Roscoe. - London: 1822.   
Farington, Joseph, R.A.   Memoirs Of The Life Of Sir Joshua Reynolds; With Some Observations On His Talents And Character. By Joseph Farington, R.A. In addition to the Life of Sir Joshua Reynolds, originally prefixed to his Works, by Edmond Malone, Esq., one of his Executors, and now printed separately for the accommodation of the purchasers of the first four Editions. - London: 1819.   
The British Gallery Of Contemporary Portraits, Being A Series Of Engravings Of The More Eminent Persons Now Living Or Lately Deceased In Great Britain and Ireland: From Drawings Accurately Made From Life, Or From The Most Approved Original Pictures. Accompanied By Short Biographical Notices. Vol. I. (II.)   - London: 1813.(-1822.)   
Murphy, James Cavanah   The Arabian Antiquities Of Spain. By James Cavanah Murphy. - London:, London. June 1st. 1815.   
Society of Antiquaries of London   An Index To The First Three Volumes Of Vetusta Monumenta. Printed By Order Of The President And Council Of The Society Of Antiquaries Of London, 25th Of May, 1810. - London: 1810.   
Mitford, William   The History Of Greece. By William Mitford, Esq. The First Volume. (- Fifth Volume.) - London: 1808. (-1818.)   
Lempriere, John   A Classical Dictionary; Containing A Copious Account Of All The Proper names Mentioned In Ancient Authors, With The Value Of Coins, Weights, And Measures, Used Among The Greeks And Romans, And A Chronological Table. By J. Lempriere, D.D. - London: 1804.   
Barry, James, R.A.,   The Works Of James Barry, Esq. Historical Painter; Formerly Professor Of Painting At The Royal-Academy; Member Of The Clementine Academy At Bologna, &c. Containing, His Correspondence From France And Italy With Mr. Burke - His Lectures On Painting Delivered At The Royal-Academy - Observations On Different Works Of Art In Italy And France - Critical Remarks On The Principal Paintings Of The Orleans Gallery - Essay On The Subject Of Pandora; (Now First Published From Manuscripts, And Illustrated By Engravings From Sketches, Left By The Author.) And His Inquiry Into The Causes Which Have Obstructed The Progress Of The Fine Arts In England - His Account Of The Paintings At The Adelphi - And Letter To The Dilettanti Society. To Which Is Prefixed, Some Account Of The Life And Writings Of The Author. In Two Volumes. Vol. I. (II.) - London: 1809.   
Seward, William   Anecdotes Of Some Distinguished Persons, Chiefly Of The Present And Two Preceding Centuries. Adorned With Sculptures. Vol. I. (-III.) - London: 1795.   
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