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Europe supported by Africa & America.
Blake no.781 v.2  
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A Coromantyn Free Negro, or Ranger, armed.
Blake no.781 v.1  
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Mahdew and Purwuttee ; Veer Budder.
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Door of the temple of Junwassoe.
Blake no.838  
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Frontispiece to Proceedings of The Sheffield Shakespeare Club
Blake Suppl. no.520  
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Plate VII. "Wherefore dost bruise me? weeping he exclaimd." Hell; Canto xxxii. line 79.
Blake no.707 (Box 7)  
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William Cowper, Carmine Nobilem.
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Chaucers Canterbury pilgrims : painted in fresco by William Blake ; & by him engraved & published October 8. 1810.
Blake Suppl. no.32  
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When the morning Stars sang together, & all the Sons of God shouted for joy.
Blake no.667 (Box 6)  
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[Unpublished proof of an engraved vignette, oval device enclosing ships at sea, surround with anchor, cannon, flags and banner with motto] cuncta mea mecum
Blake Suppl. no.566  
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The Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments &c.
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The Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments &c.
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Songs of innocence and of experience. Plate 46, London.
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The Execution of Breaking on the Rack. [Colour Version]
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Engraved print on verso of The Riddle manuscript.
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William Blake
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The marriage of Heaven and Hell. Plates 27, Song of liberty.
Blake no.394  
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The marriage of Heaven and Hell. Plates 25-26, Song of liberty.
Blake no.394  
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[The Riddle manuscript]
Blake no.417  
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Night the Third, Page 63.
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Night the First, Page 4.
Blake no.796  
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The skinning of the Aboma Snake, shot by Cap. Stedman
Blake no.781 v.1  
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Ghost of a Flea from Blakes vision. Reverse of the coin of Nebuchadnezzar; after Blake.  Taurus. (fair class).
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Flagellation of a Female Samboe Slave
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Numbers Chap.13 Ver.23
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Practical observations on the operation for the stone. [Plate II].
Blake Suppl. no.120  
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Family of Negro Slaves from Loango
Blake no.781 v.2  
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A Rebel Negro armed & on his guard.
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The Dog
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Daniel, Chap.4. Ver. 33
Blake no.666 v.2  
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Songs of innocence and of experience : shewing the two contrary states of the human soul [Title-page]
Blake no.444  
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The celebrated Graman Quacy.
Blake no.781 v.2  
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Joanna
Blake no.781 v.1  
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The Execution of Breaking on the Rack
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[Illustration to Volume 1, Orlando furioso].
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Songs of innocence and of experience. Plate 44, The garden of love.
Blake no.434  
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The songs of experience.
Blake no.419  
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City scenes, or, A peep into London : for children - [Title-page].
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Head of a youth, possiibly Henry VIII
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Fertilization of Egypt
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Songs of innocence and of experience. Plate 22, Spring.
Blake no.434  
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Songs of innocence and of experience. Plate 24, Nurses song.
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Look what a fine morning it is. _ Insects, Birds, & Animals, are all enjoying existence.
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Manasseh, King of Judah, loaded with Chains, and confined in prison at Babylon, by order of King Esarhaddon
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The triumphs of temper. Canto V. Verse 43.
Blake no.735  
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Frontispiece to The Eagle. Ballad the Second.
Blake no.729  
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Plate 30. Astræus and Aurora
Blake no.717  
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Compositions from the Works Days and Theogony of Hesiod - Engraved Title-page.
Blake no.717  
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Nightmare
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Tornado
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[Title-page] to The Grave : A Poem
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Matthew, Chap.3. Ver.13
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Judith, Chap.13, Ver.10
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Wat Tyler and the Tax-gatherer
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