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Pamphlets: National Gallery
Bound volume containing:
1. C.L. Eastlake, 'Observations on the unfitness of the present building for its purpose. A letter to Sir Robert Peel', London 1845;
2. 'The Abuses of the National Gallery. To which are added, observations on the Minutes of the Trustees of the National Gallery including Mr Eastlake’s Report', London 1847;
3. Col Rawdon, 'Letter to the Trustees of the National Gallery', London 1851;
4. 'A letter to Lord John Russell on the future location of the National Gallery and Royal Academy', London 1850;
5. William Dyce, 'The National Gallery. Its Formation and Management', London 1853;
6. Morris Moore, 'The Debate of April 7th. Mr Stirling MP and Raphael’s Apollo and Marsyas. A Reply', London 1856;
7. J.P. Davis, 'The Royal Academy and the National Gallery. What is the state of those institutions? What are the reforms contemplated by ministers?', London 1858;
8. John Pye, 'A glance at the rise and constitution of the Royal Academy of Arts of London', London 1859;
9. 'The National Gallery No II. Trafalgar Square. The best site for the National Gallery', London 1856;
10. 'Letters by William Coningham together with the suppressed pamphlet entitled "Palmerston: What has he done?" by "one of the people"', London 1854;
11. Morris Moore, 'Revival of Vandalism at the National Gallery. A reply to Messrs Ruskin, Heaphy and Wornum’s letters in the Times with an appeal to the unprivileged artists of England', London 1853.
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