4 edition of The negro of Wapping, or, The boat builder"s hovel! found in the catalog.
The negro of Wapping, or, The boat builder"s hovel!
|Other titles||The negro of Wapping., The boat builder"s hovel!|
|Statement||by E. Fitzball.|
|Series||English and American drama of the nineteenth century|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
- A watercolour of lobster pots and fishing boats on a beach, possibly Lowestoft, Suffolk by David Smith. It is signed in pencil bottom right and dated If mounted and framed this would make a very attractive painting. £ Thomas P. Moses () The Schooner Charles Carroll On the Piscataqua from the North End of Noble's Bridge, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, inscribed, signed and dated On the Piscataqua from the north end of Noble's Bridge/ P. Moses/ Portsmouth, N.H./ The Fall of on reverse oil on canvas 41 1/2 x 54 in.
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