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The Resource The cutter, in five lectures : upon the art and practice of cutting friends, acquaintances, and relations

The cutter, in five lectures : upon the art and practice of cutting friends, acquaintances, and relations

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The cutter, in five lectures : upon the art and practice of cutting friends, acquaintances, and relations
Title
The cutter, in five lectures
Title remainder
upon the art and practice of cutting friends, acquaintances, and relations
Title variation
Lectures upon cutting, wherein that art is made easy to every capacity
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Genre
Language
eng
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
The cutter, in five lectures : upon the art and practice of cutting friends, acquaintances, and relations
Instantiates
Publication
Note
All aquatints were "Drawn & etched by J.A. Atkinson" and have some additional hand coloring
Dimensions
18 cm.
Extent
[6],104 p., [6] leaves of plates (some folded)
Note
Spec. Coll. Edgeworth Library copy: Ownership signature on title page: "Maria Edgeworth". Sheep, stamped in gilt; top edge gilt. Various notes in different hands are pencilled across the free endleaves at the front, including this note: "In the December 1926 number of 'The Fortnightly Review' I wrote an article on 'The Art of Cutting' --A.C.R. Carter" [i.e., Albert Charles Robinson Carter, to which someone else has pencilled:] "Famous book authority". The article itself is found it "Number DCCVIII. New Series. December 1, 1925" of that Review. It provides more explanation of "cutting" and also discusses the "anonymous publication" described in this record; on p. 816, he notes that he himself possesses this [exact] book, and also alludes to its proximity to the publication of Maria Edgeworth's Fashionable tales (which came out the next year). Nearly the last half of the article discusses the aptness of the illustrations to the topic. Purchase, D&E Lake, 2008.
Other physical details
col. ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)13869692
  • ucoclc13869692
Label
The cutter, in five lectures : upon the art and practice of cutting friends, acquaintances, and relations
Publication
Note
All aquatints were "Drawn & etched by J.A. Atkinson" and have some additional hand coloring
Dimensions
18 cm.
Extent
[6],104 p., [6] leaves of plates (some folded)
Note
Spec. Coll. Edgeworth Library copy: Ownership signature on title page: "Maria Edgeworth". Sheep, stamped in gilt; top edge gilt. Various notes in different hands are pencilled across the free endleaves at the front, including this note: "In the December 1926 number of 'The Fortnightly Review' I wrote an article on 'The Art of Cutting' --A.C.R. Carter" [i.e., Albert Charles Robinson Carter, to which someone else has pencilled:] "Famous book authority". The article itself is found it "Number DCCVIII. New Series. December 1, 1925" of that Review. It provides more explanation of "cutting" and also discusses the "anonymous publication" described in this record; on p. 816, he notes that he himself possesses this [exact] book, and also alludes to its proximity to the publication of Maria Edgeworth's Fashionable tales (which came out the next year). Nearly the last half of the article discusses the aptness of the illustrations to the topic. Purchase, D&E Lake, 2008.
Other physical details
col. ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)13869692
  • ucoclc13869692

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