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Blackmantle, Bernard
Blackmantle, Bernard (Pseudonym)
Charles Molloy Westmacott (British journalist)
Charles Molloy Westmacott (journaliste britannique)
Molloy, Charles
Westmacott, C. M.
Westmacott, Charles
Westmacott, Charles M.
Westmacott, Charles Molloy
1787 or 1788-1868
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Cruikshank, George (1792-1878)
Cruikshank, Robert (1789-1856)
Jones, Stephen
Lee, George Alexander (1802-1851)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
British galleries of painting and sculpture, comprising a general historical and critical catalogue with separate notices of every work of fine art in the principal collections, by C. M. Westmacott,... Illustrated with engraved portraits and interior views by Wageman, Cattermole, Hawksworth, Le Keux, Findlay amd ["sic"] Phillips
English spy. An original work, characteristic, satirical and humorous, comprising scenes and sketches in every rank of society, being portraits of the illustrious, eminent, eccentric and notorious. Drawn from the life, by Bernard Blackmantle. The illustrations designed by Robert Cruikshank. Vol. I [-II]. A new edition
Fitzalleyne of Berkeley a romance of the present times ; in 2 vol.
Glorious name ! ! ! from "National odes", by Charlss ["sic"] M. Westmacott,...
Nettlewig Hall, or, Ten to one, 183-?:
Oh 'tis sweet when the moon is beaming : a ballad, as sung by Mrs. Waylett, with unbounded applause at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, in Mr. Westmacott's new farce called "Nettlewig Hall"
Points of misery, or fables for mankind prose and verse, chiefly orig.
punster's pocket-book., The
Spirit of the public journals ... Being an impartial selection of the most ingenious essays and jeux d'esprits, principally prose, that appear in the newspapers and other publications. With explanatory notes and anecdotes of many of the persons alluded to